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There is no better way to hide a covert device than to stick it inside a larger conspicuous device.That said... Essentially, this is a guide for making a ...
To do this, you will need... materials: - old tape deck or similar - Arduino Diecimilia - Logomatic V1.0 SD Data Logger (available from Sparkfun) - SD card ...
The first thing to do is open the case and determine where the arduino, data logger, battery and 1/4" jack are going to be placed. This may mean, ...
Once you have carefully determined where the stereo plug should be positioned, double check that it will actually work in that position. Once you are absolutely sure, drill ...
Plug your SD card into the card reader for your computer. Format the card to FAT 16. Once this is done, unplug the card and insert it into ...
Basically, this involves inserting the SD card into the socket on the datalogger and applying power from the Arduino. Wait for a few minutes. You should see a ...
Using the following schematic, build the circuit to interface the Arduino to the Datalogger.
Program the Arduino with the code found below. In other words, download this code. Download the Arduino development platform. Load this code into the Arduino development platform. Once ...
Connect the Arduino to the Logomatic data logger using your interface circuit as pictured.
Plug the positive battery terminal into 9V socket on the arduino and ground to ground. secure everything inside of case so that the terminals can't accidentally touch. Finish ...
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