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How to make a acceleration logger in a Nokia 3310 cellular phone. I will use it to measure the forces on roller coasters :)
Some tools you might need:nokia 3310soldering ironT6 screwdrivermaterial to make PCB:s or a "board house" some materials to mount on the PCB:sa stationary drill and some mill and ...
Begin to dismantle the phone and reuse the part you need (shell, frame, battery, buzzer and battery connector).
Make the PCB:s your self or let a "Board house" do them for you. The file for the PCB:s are right here:
Solder on all components on the PCB:s and make some modification :( .
Mill and drill the shell and frame to make room for everything new :)
Reassembly the unit again. Make sure that everything fits. And finally, connect the battery and program the unit. The software is not really completed, bugs to fix :(
Now we can test the unit.
The result with remote for camera sync.And a log from Speed Monster, TusenFryd, Norway
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