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Bike-Portable Shopping Cart
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Hi, Can you please give any link to buy that voltmeter cuz I'm not getting it at my locationThanks
Fantastic design!! I live in Australia and have been looking for a design for the back of my Land Rover Defender (ex Australian army with canvas canopy). I love your design. Thank you. I am going to make it. Rensina
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Thanks for response but I need minimum of response time of this sensor.
Sorry, the sensitivity factor is 3.125mV/G. I will change that, thanks!
The response time is 0.003ms is 334 Khz max.
HiGreat instructable!I have a question.The datasheet for the hall sensor ss495A states the sensitivity as3.125 mV ± 0.125 mV/G.How come we are using 1.3 as a factor?Cheers
hiwhat is the minimum respone frequency of this sensor ?
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You would be surprised at how much groceries I carried on the back of a bike using a clothes basket and is much better
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I'm sorry, but this seems like a solution in search of a problem. I think that a homemade bike trailer ote even saddlebags would be more effective for transport on the road and a cheap, folding wire basket would work to get your purchases into the house. Yeah, you'd have to transfer your goodies from the trailer to the basket, but how much stuff will you actually be carrying by bicycle?
Nice that you mention your current way of shopping. My question was how to minimalize the times of taking the grosseries in the hands. The optimal score is from the store shelf in the cart and from the cart in the fridge or store space at home. So, no carrying of bags. Problem is the check out, there I have to take the goods once again in my hands. Supermarkets want only their own "open" shopping carts behind the cash desk.
Thank you, that you appreciate this project. The weight holds the cart in place. To lock the box you can attach a piece of wood onder the "bridge" that fits between the crossbars of the rack,
By weight and tight fit stays the cart onto the bike rack. You can use a small chain lock by making a hole in the frontside of the 'bridge' of the cart and attach this to the rack or saddle.
Great instructions. I use a similar idea without sleeping platform. It was made in a hurry to fit in my Landrover Discovery. That was about 10 years ago. It sat outside under a tarp for three years and I used it for a recent holiday in Scotland. Mine was painted in a very practical waterbased black paint. Its an easy paint to add to whenever it needs tidying up.I used it last week in the back of a citroen Picasso. The only changes I made were two drawers at the bottom for cutlery etc. I see under your bowl that you do not have a shelf. This Is easy enought to add too provided you have the height above bowl to waterbottle. Cut a piece of plywood to fit in space. Use your brilliant idea with the aluminium angle to trap it down. Might need to put a couple of coins to make spacers. These you can take out after riveting. Could cut a couple of holes near the front corners . These are for putting a finger in to pull shelf out. You can get bowls that collapse for space saving. I also use a duracell inverter for charging phones or laptops whilst driving only. Add on a 12v kettle even though I have two burner gas rings and a also a 12v lunchbox oven and your good to go.
Bike rack holderFantastic idea. How does the cart secure to the bike rack?How does the cart lock onto the bike rack?
Locking system to bike.I don'tsee how this great idea locks to the bake rack.thanks
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Such a nice project. Thanks for sharing. - C_b1
WOW, what a lovable creation, you have made. In fact, if the store is close by, you can just walk the distance from home to store and back, and skip taking the bike with you. Thanks for sharing details. - kbbaktha
Love your project, but live too far to bike to any store. I have a request for a new, but related, instructable. I'd love a "garden cart" to haul groceries from my car to the house & also carry various garden tools/clippings away. I could handle cutting & bolting "angle iron w/holes?". I'd need cart "sides" to keep things from falling out. A metal mesh bottom might make things lighter. I could probably do my own plans, but I need some guidance for construction details. Hope you'll consider this! Thanks - loubee2
Bravo! - chefspenser
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