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Rework and probe wires for circuit boards

Thursday, November 23rd, 2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5iNHC9djG2Q Tips & tricks to add probe wires for low-voltage, low-current signals on small fine pitch circuit boards. Via Electronupdate.

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New Bus Pirate v3 probe cable with labels and male pins

Friday, May 16th, 2014

Seeed Studio has a new Bus Pirate v3 probe cable in stock. This cable was prototyped with help from the community using our L-Mark shrink tube printer. Review and posts here. Easily connect to chips with this probe cable for Bus Pirate v3.x (all versions). Each wire has a convenient...

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Free PCB Store restock: Heat shrink labels for Bus Pirate probe cable

Thursday, January 30th, 2014

Bus Pirate v3 heat shrink probe labels are available now in the free PCB drawer.  A random collection of heat shrink labels for Bus Pirate v3 cables. We made these when experimenting with an L-Mark LK-320P printer. 3mm diameter shrinks to 1.5mm or smaller. Random collection of yellow and white.

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Bus Pirate probe cable prototypes and giveaway

Thursday, January 23rd, 2014

Prototype Bus Pirate probe cables with heat shrink labels arrived today. We sent professionally printed heat shrink tubes to the cable people (white) and they attached them to 100 cables. We printed our own shrink labels on the L-Mark LK320P and attached them to 100 cables in-house (yellow). Results and...

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Bus Pirate cable professionally printed shrink tubes

Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014

Professionally printed shrink tubes arrived for the Bus Pirate probe cable prototype we discussed yesterday. 110 each of 10 labels cost 180RMB ($30). These are about about 5x more expensive than printing them ourselves on the L-Mark (ribbon+tube cost). The the print quality is more consistent than ours and the...

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Bus Pirate breadboard probe cable

Wednesday, April 27th, 2011

Zbig shared his approach to the breadboarding cable for the Bus Pirate. I use single pins soldered to the cables and secured with some shrink tube. I make the labels with Brother P-Touch label maker on a special flexible tape (TZ-FX series). Get your own handy Bus Pirate for $30,...

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More Open Logic Sniffer cable options

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

There's no update from Seeed about a custom Open Logic Sniffer cable, but Sjaak recommended a few other options from Seeed: 1 pin dual-female jumper wire - 300mm ($0.30) 1 pin dual-female jumper wire 100mm 50pcs pack ($4.99) You can pick up an assembled Open Logic Sniffer at Seeed Studio...

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Bus Pirate probe cable unboxing

Tuesday, December 1st, 2009

s3c shared this picture of a Seeed probe cable kit (left) and a homemade cable (right). What we liked most was getting a glimpse at the workspace.

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