The right debugging board can make the process of developing a project so much easier to complete, which is why we enjoy this fascinating Raspberry Pi Pico– Debug’n’Dump card kit created by manufacturer Thomas Roth (also known as Stacksmashing).
the best Raspberry Pi projects are flexible and Roth has led the way with this card design for a myriad of compatibility. It supports a few different functions through multiple ports and components, including SWD debugging, basic fault testing, SPI-flash dump, and has options for UART and Game Boy Game-Link connections.
The kit is officially listed on the Stacksmashing website and comes with everything you need already soldered in place. All you need to provide is a Raspberry Pi Pico module. There are also optional pin headers included which can be soldered to the board.
Users can also choose to add an SSD1306 display (see how to use an SSD1306 with Pico) which will provide visual output relating to real-time debug data. According to Roth, there are still a few tests to be completed, after which the jury will be available in open source.
If you’d like to take a closer look at this useful Pico-based debugging kit, visit crush batteries website and pre-order yours before they’re gone.