New Products

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Lab401: New Products

Thanks to your feedback, we've added several new products to the store, including another exclusive product, the HydraFlash.

HydraFlash
Another Lab401 exclusive product, the HydraFlash is a NAND Flash programming shield, compatible with the HydraBus tool. The HydraFlash makes programming NAND chips quick and painless, and comes with full software support in the HydraBus.

13.56MHz Reader/Writer with External Antenna
Working on an RFID/NFC project, and need a simple yet flexible RFID module? Lab401's 13.56MHz reader/writer is the perfect product. It's compatible with all your favourite development platforms (Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and MacOS/Linux/Windows) via its built-in UART/SPI/I2C selector and 3.3 / 5.0v level shifters.

Proxmark 3 RDV Battery
Switch your Proxmark 3 RDV into stand-alone mode with this discrete yet powerful Proxmark 3 battery. Useful for pentesters and in-the-field diagnostics, it's a must have for the Proxmark tool.

AVRISP mkII
Whether you've bricked your Chameleon Mini RevE, or are doing ATMEL development, the AVRISP mkII is a must-have tool, and now available from our shop.

SEGGER J-Link V8
The gold-standard of JTag programming, the J-Link V8 is a powerful debugging / flashing device, and also the device you need if you've happened to brick your Proxmark 3 RDV.

Chameleon Mini Adaptor Board
If you're wanting to reflash/unbrick your Chameleon Mini, instead of fighting with wires, soldering and poor documentation, this Chameleon Mini Adaptor Board makes your life easy: Plug it into the AVRISP mkII, and it connects directly to your Chameleon Mini. No muss, no fuss.

Proxmark 3 RDV Adaptor Board
Likewise, if you're working with your Proxmark 3 and the J-Link tool, our Proxmark 3 RDV Adaptor Board allows for plug-and-play connection, giving you guaranteed flashing results, without fighting connectors, soldering irons and frustrating connection issues.

Stay tuned for our upcoming Christmas Promo, and new exclusive products arriving soon!

Steve, Lab401.com


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