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Keypad Ignition Lock for Car : Up for sale!

Keypad Ignition Lock for Car : Up for sale!

Good day to all!

As you guys know,I’ve developped a keypad ignition lock for cars quite some time ago and now is the time to put them on sale!

I’ve personally designed,assembled and tested 3 of them so your cars can get that James bond look!

Demo:

*** The store is right here! ***

Info:
Want to add a little theft deterrent to your ride?
Maybe you’re …..

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Arduimometer Update

Arduimometer Update

First of all, let me say good luck to everyone entering their designs into the 555 contest and kudos to Jeri and everyone involved in the creation of the contest. I wanted to enter, but I’ve been busy with work, school, and getting this damned Arduimometer up and running.

For me, this Arduimometer has been and is going to be one …..

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Slight Change of Plans

Slight Change of Plans

I’m here sitting at work, thinking only about my Arduimometer, and how I’m supposed to power this thing. Running an Arduino with a 16 x 2 backlit LCD display isn’t going to last very long on battery power.

Quick note: The property where I’m going to be raising these Arduimometers is sans power. Their isn’t even a house (yet), just a …..

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Arduimometer

Arduimometer

Recently, my father and I were discussing installing a wind turbine on some property my parents own. From our discussion, we decided it would be best to first raise a few anemometers to get an idea of the wind conditions around the property so we could determine the best possible location for the actual wind turbine.

I figured the anemometer itself …..

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Hello world!

Hello world!

Just found out about HackHut via the 555contest website and decided to join in on the fun.

I’ve had a site over at tumblr, but the format over there isn’t geared towards “hackers” or “makers,” where as here on HackHut, everybody is of like minds with similar interests which leads to a better potential ‘following’.

I’m relatively new the whole Hacking world …..

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4 Axis Remote Gimball

4 Axis Remote Gimball

This is old,like 2009 old,but I thought you guys might want to see what kind of stuff I built in college,so here it is.

The project was at first to design,mill and build a 3-axis cinema-quality camera carrier and have that remotely controlled over a river for a Montreal Company.After much of talk about their needs and expectations,a 4th axis came …..

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Dual 555 timer Iambic Touchkey Morse Code Signal Generator

Dual 555 timer Iambic Touchkey Morse Code Signal Generator

Well I saw this thing earlier today:

It’s a Vibroplex thing to make morsecode way faster

(20 to 50 WPM). If you push the small red knob it’s gonna send a continuous signal out of the line while on the other side,the oval paddle actuate a pendulum creating a series of shorts signals,or dits. This way,using the oval paddle you can easily …..

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Touchscreen controled Car Suspension

Touchscreen controled Car Suspension

Video of the car toy on youtube

This project is the proof of concept number 3 of the DCC (Direct Control Console) I’ve developped to enable a direct control of Arduino via a serial interface.It is a modified model muscle car equipped with 4 servos to adjust the height of each wheels according to the data received …..

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