An open source JTAG adapter and a universal serial bus adapter.
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Product Info

  • Open source JTAG adapter & debugger.
  • Versatile microcontroller multitool.
  • Fully assembled and tested.
  • Tiny 1.9" by 0.8" form factor.

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Hackaday Review

The GoodFET is an open source JTAG adapter, loosely based upon the TI MSP430 FET UIF and EZ430U boards. It supports communicating with embedded devices and integrated circuits over a number of different protocols including various standard and vendor-proprietary versions of SPI and JTAG. Additionally, users can extend the codebase to support additional protocols. Client side communicating is done using a Python library, and pre-written clients for common functions (dumping flash, etc) are already written. In addition to JTAG, the GoodFET has been inspired by Hackaday's Bus Pirate to become a universal serial bus interface.

A handy tool for advanced microcontroller work, especially for MSP430 fans who want their own JTAG debugger for everyday use. Comes as a fully assembled and tested board.


Physical Specs

  • Dimensions: 1.9" (48.15mm) long x 0.8" (19.73mm) wide x 0.5" (11.67mm) high (with header pins).

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