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Build a Geiger counter out of an Arduino
What you'll need: -Arduino (Can be any type but must have 5V capabilities to work with Geiger counter and LCD) -Sparkfun Geiger Counter (Other geiger counter boards might ...
Solder wires to the RX, GND, and VDD of the LCD display Also solder wires to the 5V, TX, and GND of the geiger counter.
Here is the circuit diagram for the Geiger counter
// Copy paste the following code into the Arduino program: // Note: You need to have the RX and TX unplugged from the Arduino to program it // ...
1. With the project box I was using there was extra plastic around the edges preventing the Geiger counter from going all of the way to ...
1. Glue the LED and Piezo speaker into the top of the project box. (Hot glue works particularly well) 2. Mount the main power switch first (Since it ...
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