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I am making it this week end.
Good work man
Good idea, thinking to implement this in my workshop
Good homemade decoration item.
Will try this in near future
Good instructable to havr some cleanup work with mine.
I am using Old PC power supply as my test bench power supply
Great idea for muddy areas
Thinking to make it
A great thing to be placed in kitchen, or anywhere indoor
Looks interesting, will try to make it
Arduino Bike Speedometer with 128 x 64 Graphics LCD
Great effort man. Thanks for nice instructable
Here a few bikes have the indication for gears, but if you are using CD 70, then there are a few parts, which mus be installed in the gearbox of motor cycle, and after that you will have to change the code and schematic to show the current gear. As my motor cycle have indication only for neutral gear, so I am using it to show whether my motorcyce is neutral or not. If have a motorcycle with all the gear indications, then comment here i will help you in building that. Thanks, and vote in the top right corner if you like.
If you think so then please identify it for me, so that I can correct it, Thanks
At line No 113Change " if (reedVal)"to " if (!reedVal)"and in the schematic, you will remove the 10K resistor, which is connected between ground and reed switch.I recommend you should use a hall effect sensor module for Arduino, which comes with amplifier and potentiometer. Also you should consider the polarity of magnet or the hall effect sensor, because the sensor is polirity sensitive. Hope I explained it well. I am working on the schematics, and will upload soon here. If you find any problem, please feel free to ask. Thanks. Please vote for me in the upper right corner if you like....The image of module I am talking about is Here.
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