FM Transmitter

My wife has a real small FM transmitter that snaps on to her iPod and streams her music in stereo to her car speakers.  I only have the iPod nano which only has a headphone jack, it doesn't have the standard iPod connector. I was looking to see if there's an easy instructable that can make a nice sounding FM stereo transmitter.  The only thing I could find was this one: http://makeprojects.com/Project/Micro-FM-Transmitter/721/1  and I'm not sure it's transmits in stereo.  Pretty sure the one my wife has doesn't use the coil method either. Anyway, is there something else that I can be pointed to as a starting point?  I was thinking of maybe sticking the whole thing into a small altoids box and I can use it in my car.  I didn't know if that project is the only real one out there. any help is greatly appreciated, thanks!

Posted by ericb1 7 years ago


Education in 2008

This is a video I did as part of an advertising campaign for Education in '08, which is running on Instructables in the few weeks left before the election. You might have seen the video and ad running here, but if not, here it is. They simply asked me to "talk about education."

Posted by ewilhelm 10 years ago


Why cant I make FM transmitters?

So I am very angry at this point. I've made over a dozen FM transmitters and they NEVER work.  The list includes http://makezine.com/projects/super-simple-fm-transmitter/, http://www.buildcircuit.com/simple-steps-for-making-fm-transmitter/, https://www.instructables.com/id/The-Ultimate-FM-Transmitter/. These are just a few. I use all the right parts and I make all the right coils just like they say. What is wrong with me or my circuits?????

Posted by HavocRC 3 years ago


FM transmission in Canada

Anyone know what Canadian FM transmission laws are like? How powerful of a transmitter can one use? On what stations can one broadcast? Are there any other things that are important to keep in mind up there?

Posted by randofo 11 years ago


FM radio antennas

Are there any ideas out there for building an FM antenna booster that can be used with the usual whip antenna that comes built into most radios these days. Most of the radios are made in such a way that it is difficult to get at the internal wiring, so the booster would have to be an external unit.

Posted by youri 10 years ago


FM Transmitter ideas

Hey guys i recently bought a maccally fm cup at walmart. it was on clearance for $7.50 so i got 2 incase i ever needed some spare parts on the cheap. so now i have this extra FM transmitter, and i would like some ideas as to what i could do with it. The best i have come up with so far is putting the whole thing in something else (like a project box) because my cupholder is not the best location for my ipod.

Posted by aaronx 10 years ago


Boosting Fm transmitter range

I bought a FM transmitter for an ipod. I would like to boost the range of the device. (I know it is illegal but would like to get more range than 2 feet.) I think I need to build an external antenna but need to know where to hook it up to the thing. The transmitter I have is a ge FM transmitter for ipod.If anyone has done anything like this or have any useful links it would be great. I don't know anything about circuit making so help would be great on that as well.

Posted by thejrb 10 years ago


Wireless FM microphone real time voice/play transmitter

Hello I am looking to buy/build a small FM wireless transmitter with built in microphone (similar to karaoke but not exactly ) to transfer voice or sound  from playing  musical instrument  to earphone. It is meant only for practice purpose so does not need  high power, the distance between the microphone (the transmitter ) to earphone  is like from mouth to ear a few centimeters say about  50 cm. I am electronic junior engineer and have knowledge and experience in electronics mechanics and wave buy. Before trying to develop a new product  I was looking for a readymade shelf product. The first way I have searched the internet and reached manufacturer of Bluetooth solutions because of the plenty of Bluetooth earphone that are on the market, but quit a short time after I got some answers from the the Techs engineers  of the manufacturers that Bluetooth will not be my solution because It was not originally designed for true real time transmitting. The main problem is the latency time because there is a delay between the voice or play start until I hear it in the earphone there is improved in Bluetooth 4.1 and 4.2 that is 38 MS and may be not enough while fast playing, So as I was advised I started looking in the RF FM area. FM transmitters are long time in the market of stages and performers, there are high power grate quality transmitters that cost hundreds of dollars. Here is the summary of what I need :        I will need the smallest device (PCB) can be like FM spy bug transmitter. built in microphone (on the PCB ) , built in battery compartment (on the PCB ),built in antenna a copper loop on the PCB (no wire) Since there may be some problems like saturation of microphone or other problems with band width or  sound and sensitivity, sensitivity and control for the Microphone is important. Easy calibration of  tuning and stability , may be digital tuning is better. One option is to use the standard of radio FM 88-108 , but it possible that I can use FM VHF or UHF system that have both transmitter and receiver . If there are no ready made products thatn I can easy build a kit , or from schematic diagrams I will be thank full if you have any ideas. Nevat Ben Haim Recomp Computers

Posted by Nevat 1 year ago


FM Transmitter

Does anyone know if there is a way to make a FM Transmitter instead of buying one? Any help will be greatly appreciated!

Posted by XEFrontier05 11 years ago


FM transister

How to build an fm transister on an breadboard. I am a class 7 student . and science exhibition is near pls help me

Posted by 2illickans 3 years ago


FM Transmitter mod help

Does anybody have any idea how to modify a car FM transmitter for an mp3 player so that it will transmit in frequencies other than the low and high extremes built into it? Also would it somehow be possible to make it transmit to all FM frequencies at the same time? If someone could help me out with this I would really appreciate it.

Posted by kurdiz 10 years ago


Hearing a dialup connection on a FM car radio?

My mum was driving to uni and we hear a dial-up connection over the radio twice or three times, on 103.50 FM to be exact. A little while ago i rang my mum and she was in the same place and suddenly the phone goes silent and it starts making all different tones. What's happening? What's causing it? Why's it on the FM band

Posted by thermoelectric 10 years ago


Radio

Hey, I really need a circuit schematic for a simple low power (under 3.5V) FM radio using the TA2003P IC.

Posted by Unknown... 8 years ago


FM Transmitter: Please help decode diagram/power properly (Mandarin or Catonese would be helpful)

I just need to figure out how to power this thing! Notice the positive marks in both upper corners, the negative in both lower? The large circle is the microphone, which is fully wired. The smaller circle is the frequency modulation, which is all set as well. The underside only has holes where the gray squares are and is otherwise clean (exception being one spot where the two mounting prongs of the microphone pushed through.) Thanks

Posted by owhy 4 years ago


Will the Waves ever Die?

Think about it, the age is the Digital Dawn of the day, anologue Television is already being planned to me completely removed from the air waves in 2009 to make way for the "supposedly" DIGITAL SUPURIOUR HD crap. I don't watch that much TV to begin with so it doesn't bother me. But what about FM radio, is that ever going to die? Chances are probably not for a few years, seeing how the AM spectrum is still kicking around. How long can our traditional ways last? I'd be fairly sad to see FM leave the game. Really, we've had radio since the dawn of the technical age, from the 40's through the 80's (remember the days?). I just wanna see what anyone else has to say.

Posted by Punkguyta 10 years ago


Cell Phone Noise in FM Transmitter

I have recently built a dock for my HTC touch for use in my car. The dock is basically a holder with a cheap FM transmitter in the back. The FM Transmitter and cell phone are connected in parallel to a 5 volt USB car charger. For some reason, the FM transmitter is picking up noise from the cell phone. It is digital noise, different frequencies and beeps that vary depending on what I am doing on the phone. The noise is very quiet, but still there. Is there any simple solution to filtering out this noise? Will a simple capacitor do? Thanks Andrew

Posted by computerwiz_222 9 years ago


FM Wireless Microphone receiver

About a year ago I got one end of an wireless microphone system at a yard sale. As far as I can tell, it is the sending unit. The recieving unit is lost to posterity, which is why it was so cheap, and has since been collecting dust. It has an RCA line in, 1/4 inch microphone in, a squelch knob, an output knob, a two-foot antenna, and a power button. It says it operates at 49.83MHz FM. I don't have a receiver that will pick up that frequency, and I'd like to know what it would take to build one. Perhaps mod an existing FM radio?

Posted by Rishnai 10 years ago


Fm transmiter coding help

I need a little help determining a code that is used to run a Fm transmitter program through a Fm module and the AVR Butterfly. Here is the original article of the transmitter but there is no code that went with it and I tried to look for the file online, but I was unable to find it. There is this code that's on AVR Freaks, however, I do not know if that is the code for the transmitter (and I do not know what the code is suppose to look like because I barely know programming). I have all the parts ready to build it, I just need to know the code to make it run. Any help would be appreciated.

Posted by KT Gadget 8 years ago


FM Transmitted Music: iPod --> Receiver

I'm working on a total customization of my bicycle, and just had to have some speakers. My iPod's earphones are a bit finicky when it comes to moving around with them, and really constricts my hearing of cars, causing me to not be the safest rider. Now, I've tried hooking larger speakers up to my iPod (a few topics on that), but the iPod simply couldn't power them, causing me to need an amp, etc., etc. I'm hoping I've found what I need with this subject. Could I build an FM radio transmitter, to be hooked up to my iPod, and receive my music with a sports radio I have? Would my music be louder, since my radio plays loud? I'm sure I could build the circuit, but it is the technicalities I'm worried about. Thanks!

Posted by Bran 10 years ago


Seeking advice on boosting range of fm transmitter (from a kid's toy)

Hi all, I just bought the Smartlab: You Build It - Rock Star Microphone toy from a Goodwill. It's a great toy; it has a microphone that let's me transmit my voice over the radio (perfect for a Halloween haunted house when the static-mad radio bursts to life with terrifying voice-overs!!!:) works but only up to about a six foot range.  I would like to be in a different room and use the microphone but I need to boost the range considerably - I understand that the FCC has rules about this. Moving forward, I don't know how to do this (at all....). Are there commercial range boosters that I can use? Are there mods that someone can recommend? Are these toys designed to NOT transmit beyond six feet even with mods? I wish I could give more information about the tech specs of the toy but I will have to try to de-solder the metal plate covering the circuit board (plus I don't know what specs to look for yet). Advice appreciated, DAZU

Posted by damianzuch 7 years ago


how to Create a simple AM/FM radio transmitter?

I would like to know how to create a simple basic fm/am radio transimtter..

Posted by Joshua_ag 5 years ago


FM TRANMITTER (MAKE YOUR OWN RADIO STATION) ???

Hey i have been trying to find out how to make an fm transmitter for quite some while now but i cant find out how anywhere. Can you help me we can work together.anyone got some ideas?

Posted by rickick 11 years ago


ALtoids tin + ipod charger + fm transmitter = Awsome

OK i have been thinking about doing this for a while now and i finally did. Its an ipod chaarger and an FM transmitter fitted in a n altoids tin. The top view is the button for the fm transmitter and its green indicator LED beside it THe red button is the button for the ipod charger and its red LED beside it. THe inside pic might look like a tangled mess but i made my wire to long and i had to like jam them in to make them fit The 9V is for the ipod chager and the AAA is for the fm transmitter. Please leave some feedback i want to know how i did. Thanks

Posted by fretmelter 11 years ago


FM Publishing and Instructables

Instructables has been invited to join Federated Media Publishing. To make this work, I need your help. Check out this short survey and the full post here.

Posted by ewilhelm 12 years ago


How can I wire this up?

I found this today down at the beach, an old broken fm transmitter, and it looks like it had been down there a while. However the transmitter unit itself for some reason is detachable, and it says 5v on the back. Does anyone think it would be possible to wire this up to maybe usb 5v and somehow wire an antenna up to it? That would be so sweet if I could use an old P1 to broadcast a radio station :D

Posted by Punkguyta 9 years ago


UART programming for AVR Butterfly help

Hey everyone, I need help with programming the AVR Butterfly with an FM transmitter code that I found on the net. I have all the pieces soldered together (nothing exploded or smoked) and I am trying to upload a file, however, I cannot get it to connect to the BASIC Stamp adapter from serial-to-UART. What I have: Usb-To-Serial Basic Stamp Adapter AVR Butterfly (Butterfly is being programmed through the UART ports) I am using AVR Studio 4 to upload the code, but it will neither confirm that the serial cable is there nor after doing the holding-the-joystick process to tell the butterfly to go into programming mode for the program to see it. Am I doing something wrong? Or is there an easier program to upload the code? I also have Visual Studios '05 and the Basic Stamp program from the Parallax website. If its any good to say, I also have the USBTinyISP programmer that can connect to the ISP ports on the Butterfly. Any help would be appreciated!

Posted by KT Gadget 8 years ago


Improving Signal of FM Transmitter

I recently bought the C. Crane FM transmitter. I have not had much luck with it even after turning up the pot as described on the internet. However, I am not giving up yet. Below are some possible things that I have thought of to improve the sound quality of the radio at a distance from the transmitter. 1. run wire from the antenna of the FM transmitter to the ductwork in my house. I already tried this. I had better luck attaching the wire to the exterior of the ductwork in my basement rather than the interior of the ductwork. 2. create some sort of repeater(s) to get around walls. This device would have to be a receiver/transmitter. 3. create my own FM transmitter with the best parts that I can find. 4. Use a homeplug system. Your suggestions are much appreciated. I don't know a darn thing about electronics so if you have any recommendations for good books that would be nice.

Posted by sundet 11 years ago


3D location from multiple cameras or an FM radio array

Hi all, I've had the idea recently to attempt to be able to keep a real-time track of the location of something in a room. My first thoughts where to use an array of FM receivers and a transmitter to triangulate the location of the transmitter, or maybe even bluetooth, but the test room is about 5 metres square, so bluetooth might be unrealistic. As for the FM method, I think that could genuinely work, what do you think? An idea also floated is to triangulate using an array of cameras, maybe all triangulating the location of one infra-red LED light. What do the geniuses of Instructables think of the ideas here, do you think any are valid? King regards, ParadoxDetected

Posted by paradoxdetected 7 years ago


Boombox Bluetooth mods

I have a JVC RV-NB1 Kaboom Series Boombox and want to mod it with a "Decoder Board USB/TF/ Reader IR Remote Bluetooth/FM Audio Board Module MP3". "Bluetoothing" this box is easy but installing this module involves a bit more ie. usb, TF slot, aux, FM. IR for remote any ideas as to connecting the rest. I can't seem to find a schematic from JVC. It has an FM tuner and can decode mp3,WAV,CDA,FLAC. CD's.Plus I want to add either a LiPo 4200mAh battery or a transformer for charging the module.any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Chuck Reed

Posted by CR34 10 months ago


Piping audio from mpg321 to PiFmRds

I was working on a little project that turns my Raspberry Pi 2 into a FM transmitter. The goal is to make it completely headless, having it start up immediately on boot, without any external computers or peripherals. Now, I have tried this following command: mpg321 --random /home/pi/music/ -  | sudo /home/pi/PiFmRds/src/pi_fm_rds -freq 95.5 -audio - The first command tells it to randomize and play the music. Then the directory it is in. Then there is the pipe, followed by the command to start PiFmRds, on the frequency of 95.5 FM. And finally, to take in audio from a pipe. But I get this: High Performance MPEG 1.0/2.0/2.5 Audio Player for Layer 1, 2, and 3. Version 0.3.2-1 (2012/03/25). Written and copyrights by Joe Drew, now maintained by Nanakos Chrysostomos and others. Uses code from various people. See 'README' for more! THIS SOFTWARE COMES WITH ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY! USE AT YOUR OWN RISK! Playing MPEG stream from - ... Using mbox device /dev/vcio. Allocating physical memory: size = 3403776     mem_ref = 5     bus_addr = fd812000     virt_addr = 0x768c8000 ppm corr is 0.0000, divider is 1096.4912 (1096 + 2012*2^-12) [nominal 1096.4912]. It's not showing any errors, but it doesn't tell me a whole lot. Additionally, the radio I have tuned to the frequency that I set does not play anything, though it is silent, suggesting that it is transmitting. Is there some obvious error to what I am doing, or do I need to take a different approach? Or perhaps I just need to look into the documentation of mpg321 some more?

Posted by Dashing Rainbow Dash 1 year ago


Ipod

HELP!!! For my birthday i received a mini fm for ipod mini. When I try to use it there is no power to it from my ipod. I know the mini fm works because I checked it on my fathers ipod. How should I check if the port is dead and if it is should i send it to the ipod store for repair and how mush do you think it will cost. help will be greatly appreciated. THANKS.

Posted by APeiceOfPoo 11 years ago


120v FM radio question

Does anyone have any clue on how to build a normal radio that I can plug into my 120v wall jack and not have to use a earplug to listen? I would greatly appreciate it because i have always wanted to design and build my own radio but after scouring the internet i haven't come upon ANY knowledge...not even a manual. Please, anyone?

Posted by commercial free 11 years ago


Different antennas on one mast

I have a standard vhf/uhf/fm antenna on my roof. I live about 45 miles + from the towers. I also would like to get in HD Radio and decent fm stations. Therefore, I bought an Antennacraft FM6 yagi antenna for the roof. Can I place this antenna on the same mast as the tv antenna? If placed too close would this cause interference for either? Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!

Posted by stacym456 9 years ago


usb to fm transmitter

 Hi, I am a very big noob to wiring. For a present, I wanted to make my cheap old AAA powered fm transmitter into a usb powered one.  Thinking I was so smart, I cut up an old usb cord and soldered the red to positive and black to negative. It worked great until it started melting the transmitter.  So I now I realize that usb is much more powerful than 2 AAAs.  heh heh. I found this: www.instructables.com/community/USB-to-Travel-Clock-Circuit-Help-/ but it's a bit over my head.  I'm assuming I need to get a capacitor or voltage divider but I could use a little help breaking it down into noob speak.  Plus the transmitter is a little thing, 2 inches, is there a smaller way of checking the voltage? K, thanks bye!

Posted by audrywolters 8 years ago


transmiter and reciever help

I am trying to build a reciever and transmiter, that when a button is pressed on the transmiter a switch will open on the reciever. ~100ft range. Maybe FM? any good websites

Posted by dogsrcool2me 11 years ago


Air Traffic Control on PC

Air Traffic control broadcasts from 108 - 138 MHz. (https://www.instructables.com/id/Transistor-Radio-Hack/)A couple of months ago I bought a Realistic Jetstream radio. It was used. I saw it there before. I finally bought it. I thought it was just an FM/AM radio. It said AM/VHF. I thought that was odd. After I bought it I realized that it wasn't an FM radio, it was an Air Traffic Control scanner! That was even better. It comes apart just like the radio Kipkay used in the hack. It was already an ATC radio though. My question is there any way to get Air Traffic Control on your computer? I tried an old tv tuner card. I set the frequency to 122.8MHz. That is the frequency for the local airport in Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004: A Centruy of Flight. It is also what my radio picks up. The antenna won't pick it up on the tuner. FM radio works though. I hope all this makes sense.

Posted by popit 9 years ago


Transistor Substitute

Hey! I'm attempting again to make a wireless FM transmitter. The project plans call for a BC547C transistor, which is pretty common but I don't have any. Can I use a 3904 or a 2N222A instead? Thanks!

Posted by HavocRC 4 years ago


BF494 Replacement

Hi I am looking for a replacement for a BF494. I have searched the web and I believe a 2n222 would work. Thank you! I am making an FM radio receiver by the way the schem. is up above.

Posted by ethanl2 2 years ago


I want to see an AM/FM Clock Radio modified to received HD Radio

I've been looking high and low, but there is nothing, absolutely nothing addressing the topic directly. There has to be some way to do this...

Posted by tulsapete 9 years ago


Turning AM/FM clock radio into just a radio?

Hey guys, I'm new to this forum and couldn't quite find the answer to my question.  I have a cheapo AM/FM clock radio and thought it would be a fun Sunday afternoon project to turn it into just a radio.  I don't need the clock/alarm function anymore (I use my phone) and my dog likes to have some noise around when I'm not home (TV is an option, but I hate leaving the screen on all day).  Currently, the radio only turns on when the clock is triggered by the set alarm time...and it only plays for a max of 60 minutes.   Should be easy, right?  I opened the clock and couldn't quite figure out what I'm looking at...

Posted by Alischon 4 years ago


What needs haven't been met by mobile technology?

What needs haven't been met by mobile technology?This is the fifth of five questions from the FM:Tech Battle Royale moderated by Ask a Ninja. Help me answer. Disclosure: The FM site is sponsored by Toshiba who is also an advertiser on Instructables.

Posted by ewilhelm 11 years ago


Need advice for adding aux-in/line-in to Philips AE2160/00-A AM/MW/LW portable radio

Hey there, this is my first post! :) I'm from Germany, so please excuse my grammar! :D The reason why I'm opening up this new topic is, I didn't find any instructable or guide on how to add an aux-in/line-in to my simple mono AM/MW/LW radio Philips AE2160/00-A. There's not much to find out about the technical specifications besides the standard product information: Tuner • Analogue tuning • Wave ranges FM 87.5 - 108 MHz MW 525 - 1606.5 kHz /04 LW 150 -255 kHz /00c FM/MW /04 FM/MW/LW /05 FM/MW/LW • Ferroceptor for MW (and LW) • Telescopic aerial for FM (and SW) Amplifier • Max. output power 300 mW RMS • Tone control Music /News Sound system • Loud speaker 100 mm • Metal grill Power supply • External supply /00c, /04 230V /05 240V AC • Batteries 2 x 1.5V , type R20/D cell/UM1 Connections • Headphone socket 3.5mm General • Material Polystyrene, metal grill • Weight (g) 520 • Dimensions (mm) 210 W x 150H Here's a link to a photo of the device: http://images.philips.com/is/image/PhilipsConsumer/AE2160_00-_FP-global-001?wid=2000&hei;=2000&$jpglarge$ I didn't even find schematics/circuit diagrams for this or a similar device. There are lots of tutorials on how to add such an input to a car radio or a boombox/stereo cassette player a.s.o., but not for a simple AM/MW/LW radio. My questions are: 1.) Are there any similar hack projects here in the step-by-step or forum section? 2.) How do I find the right connector or place to solder a 2-way-switch between the sections (tuner, amp, speaker)? After the hacking job, it should be possible to switch between normal radio listening mode and aux-in/line-in mode from an external mp3 player, notebook, a.s.o.. 3.) Is there anything else to know for this project? Yesterday I've opened up the case for the first time and looked over the circuit board and the connections. I had no cam to take pictures, but I try to take some mobile phone cam pictures of the circuitry and parts at the next opportunity! Cheers, arok1

Posted by arok1 6 years ago


What technology did you expect would be available now that isn't?

What technology did you expect would be available now that isn't?This is another question from the FM:Tech Battle Royale moderated by Ask a Ninja. Help me answer. Disclosure: The FM site is sponsored by Toshiba who is also an advertiser on Instructables.

Posted by ewilhelm 11 years ago


new bed.. ideas?

Ok so its time I finnaly got a new bed. I've already though about some cool ideas of what to do with it and I wanted to see if anyone would want to contribute aswell. My first idea was to take the legs from my loft bed and put them on the corners of my normal bed. so essentially a normal bed with 4 large post at the corners, from there I would to stretch some sort of canvas or muslin at the top attached to each one of the corners and use https://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-Projector-on-the-Cheap/ to project whatever I want onto the screen whie I lay down. Another idea I had was to take 2 sets of computer speakers I have and place 1 on each corner of the bed then attach them to a radio which I could use to play music through fm transmiter plugged into my laptop. I already have acumulated most of this stuff around my house so it shouldn't be too hard, but before I make any more steps into the project I'd like to hear your opinions on this.

Posted by astrozombies138 10 years ago


New card

I have this new Ati all in wonder card right? And it has two tuners built into it, one is supposed to be for TV which is what I have it hooked up to right now, and the other for FM radio which I haven't tried yet. But is there a good chance that they are both regular tuners and I could use them for dual recording?

Posted by Punkguyta 10 years ago


What technology would be better used for something other than its original purpose?

What technology would be better used for something other than its original purpose?This is the fourth of five questions from the FM:Tech Battle Royale moderated by Ask a Ninja. Help me answer. Disclosure: The FM site is sponsored by Toshiba who is also an advertiser on Instructables.

Posted by ewilhelm 11 years ago


Radio frequency program for computer

I am trying to modify an old am fm radio, so that it can pick up transmissions from a walkie talkie. I know the frequency at which the walkie talkie operates, but I can not tell the frequency of the radio when I am adjusting it. Is there any computer program, or something that can tell me what frequency I have?

Posted by Sedgewick17 10 years ago


New Stereo

I was outside the other day and my neighbor gave me this stereo. It's a sony with 2 working speakers, 51 disc cd changer that also acts as a storage(you can turn the holder w/on of the dials on the stereo, am/fm radio, 2 tape decks, sounds great, and i hooked my sansa up to play through the speakers. Check out the pic below.

Posted by sardines454 11 years ago


Alarm airsoft gun...thing

I want to make an alarm out of an air soft gun and a web cam. I know how to make it so the web cam will go off if something passes it, but I can't thing of a way to make a servo pull the trigger on the gun, without having me around to press a button on an FM receiver i would just like it to happen all by it's self. The gun is electric by the way.

Posted by CowGuy 11 years ago


Help! Alarm Clock Renovation

Alright, this is a crazy class project I've taken on, so bear with me. What I want Alarm clock display that can be custom programmed to a non-time sequence.  (IE: 666, 777, 888, etc.) Programming above sequence to blink repeatedly. Converting alarm clock from power cord to battery. (Not necessary, but one of the models has an old AM/FM radio display. Making this display move "randomly" would be amazing.) What I have Alarm clock #1:  Model No: KMC 500; "Electronic LED Alarm Clock"; Power supply AC 120V 60HZ 5W Alarm clock #2: Trade Name "Realistic"; Chronomatic-233; Model No: 12-1540; Frequency Range: AM 520-1620KHz  FM 88-108MHz; Power Supply AC 120V 60Hz 10W Cold soldering kit Limited budget If it would help, I could take pictures of the clocks mentioned above. They're from the 70's, with the "simulated walnut grain finish" and red display screens.

Posted by Kizoku 7 years ago