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This alarm is a good way to alert you if somebody messes with your bike. I had a bicycle stolen a while back and decided there had to ...
Parts1- Key switch, SPDT, Key removable in both positions, Goldmine Electronics #G80811- NC Reed Switch, Digi-Key #CH406-ND1- SPST NO Pushbutton1- 6V DC Buzzer, RadioShack #273-0541- 5x2.5x2" Project Enclosure, ...
Attached is the code for the Arduino. Copy and paste the code into the Arduino program and use it to load the program onto your Atmega168. Once the ...
Below is a picture of the schematic. If you want to make any modifications, see the program for details of changes already programmed in. Using the parts previously ...
Once you build the circuit, it is time to mount it in the project enclosure. I used the drill to make holes for the key lock, push button ...
Attach the alarm anywhere on your bicycle that you want. I chose to mount mine under the seat for a number of reasons. One, it is not as ...
The next step is to mount the lights. For my lights, I connected the batteries to eight bright red LED's in the tail light. I then attached the ...
A couple of other thoughts:1. If you end up using the project as only a bicycle light set, you don't need a micro controller. You only need:2 Enclosures1 ...
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