Step 7: Cut the switch's pin

The switch have three pins and two pins are connected. Cut the pin which is not connected, in order to avoid short circuit.
<p>Anyone selling these?</p>
Hi, <br>Thanks for your reply. <br>Since then I tried two tranzistors: <br>BC 817-40 <br>KP-2012P3C (phototranzistor) <br>The bug is sleeping well but it need more light to wake up. <br>And unfortunatelly it is slower. <br>I am thinking about to change the battery to 3.0V <br>Best Regards, <br>PI
Dear longjie! <br>In Europe I don't able to by a PS1101W phototranzistor. <br>Please give me an advice which parameters did you search to this project. <br>Which parameter of the phototranzistor is important for the right functioning. <br>Thank you for your help! <br>Best regards, <br>PI
Hi,<br><br>I'm mot sure. I guess most photodiode will work.<br>The size of the chip may be matter when you build.<br><br>Thanks,<br><br>
This is so awesome !!! You managed to do that is such little space !!!! I just made a modular vibrating robot here, so you could use bigger electronics : <a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-build-your-Modular-Vibrating-Robot/" rel="nofollow">https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-build-your-Modular-Vibrating-Robot/</a><br> <br> <div class="media_embed"> <a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-build-your-Modular-Vibrating-Robot/" rel="nofollow"><iframe frameborder="0" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/ELB-XPDBOFI" width="560"></iframe></a></div>
awesome man....i want to make one.......btw one of the hexbugs was squashed like a bug^^hehe
I love hexbugs!
mee too!
Wow, that's a really neat hack. <br><br>Does the toggle switch still work (to save the battery between tricks)?
Of course yes! Oh, sorry I forget to attach schematics.
I see it now - good job.
Thank you!

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