Emil of Unwind.se wrote an article on how to use custom UART baudrates on a Bus Pirate: I made Bus Pirate-baud rate to help when setting custom UART baud rates on the #buspirate. Easier than binary downloads. Via Twitter. Get an assembled … Read more
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Inderpreet of EmbeddedCode writes: This mini article is part of a larger project an I will link to it at the end. For this project, I was required to use the TI HDC1000 and instead of buying a module, I decided … Read more
@ced2k tweeted picture of his free Bus Pirate v3.8 PCB build. The Bus Pirate is an open source hacker multi-tool that talks to electronic stuff. If you build a free PCB we’ll send you another one! Blog about it, post a … Read more
Ben Gamari writes, “This package provides a simple, type-safe interface for working with the Bus Pirate’s binary interface.” Get your own handy Bus Pirate for $30, including world-wide shipping. Also available from our friendly distributors.
@SparkysWidgets tweted, “Latest video is up where I giveaway @HakkoUSA FX-888D @sparkfun swag and a @dangerousproto Bus Pirate” This is just a short demonstration video where I set the parameters on a FX-888D and then solder some SMD parts and … Read more
An update on previous 1.3”OLED with SSD1306 controlled by Bus Pirate post, Markus writes: By changing the default serial connection speed between the PC and the Bus Pirate from 115200 to 1000000 baud, the frame rate is now increased to 60+ … Read more
A library for I2C communications for Linux devices – the Lsquaredc by Jan Rychter, that is available at Github: Lsquaredc is a tiny Linux library that allows you to access I2C (IIC, I²C, or I squared C) from userspace without causing excessive pain … Read more
Olivier writes: This command-line enables “Quick” Arduino prototyping without compilation. Reading analog values, dis-/enabling ports and even I2C register manipulations are done in seconds instead of minutes. I will shows you how to set the time of a “DS1207″ I2C realtime … Read more
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 … Read more
@Badger32d tweeted, “Recovering this e3000 with my Bus Pirate.” Get your own handy Bus Pirate for $30, including world-wide shipping. Also available from our friendly distributors.
@TwitK82 tweeted: ” I just released a new project on BP4. A software to control a Wii Nunchuk.” Today we are going to showing our first project with Bus Pirate. That’s WiiBP, a simple BP software controller for Wii Nunchuk. This is … Read more
BrianGriffin posted his Breadboard version Bus Pirate and ST7920 in the project log forum: Over this weekend I cobbled up a breadboard version of Bus Pirate with the extra stuff I have from the drawer (the main chip PIC24FJ64GA002 is … Read more
M2M writes: First off, you guys Rock! I have had so much productive fun with BP and I just got it a few days ago. Here is a little thing I did to make a project weigh less. When you … Read more
Mats continues his challenge of designing one PCB every week. In week 13 he came up with Sniff-A-Lot, a small addon board to the Bus Pirate: As PAW13 I did a small addon board to the Bus Pirate. Sniff-A-Lot combines … Read more
Oakkar7 made this cool Bus Pirate housing made from a necktie clip case: After getting BP, I try to make a case as usual. Mostly, I prefer acrylic style case like my OBLS and PICKit2. DP calls it “Sick of … Read more
Thommy writes, “didn’t find any C program that compiled on Linux for using the binary mode in I2C (or my google karma sucked), so hacked together one. Maybe someone else can have use for it or its source code. Can … Read more
Bus Pirate to the rescue once again! Bertho writes: I’ve been working on a small flipdot controller which is supposed to talk serial, SPI and I2C all at the same time. Making serial to work is easy, but both SPI … Read more
Here’s a Bus Pirate console by x893, that is available at github. Get an assembled Bus Pirate for $30, including world-wide shipping. Also available from our friendly distributors.
Crennsmind tweeted: With the help of a Bus Pirate and a PCI Express GPS module I saw on @hackaday, I finally have GPS Get an assembled Bus Pirate for $30, including world-wide shipping. Also available from our friendly distributors.
Sailing the I2Cs with the Bus Pirate: The Bus Pirate came up as a topic on the mailing list a few days ago, and I realized I hadn’t yet shared the slides from my presentation (a year ago now!) on … Read more