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auex 
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Posted: January 10, 2005 at 7:57 PM / IP Logged  
Does anyone think that they can come up with a relay diagram that will flash a group of LEDs at 2 selectable speeds, 10htz and 14htz?
Basics: must use 12.6-14.4, must use a momentary switch to activate, and must be relatively small.
If anyone one wants more details as to why PM.
Oh and where the hell has evilTeken been at?
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Posted: January 10, 2005 at 8:54 PM / IP Logged  

Ha I know why I got one for you guys -- posted image. (I bet your driving infrared LEDs too)

What kind of components do you want to use? only with parts you have? relays and such arnt very great for this purpose because of the turn on delays and switching speeds... If you want small it can be done with one microcontroller, if you want common parts its a little more design.

PM me if you want some designing, I really would rather not give a design people could abuse...

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Posted: January 10, 2005 at 11:20 PM / IP Logged  
xetmes wrote:

I really would rather not give a design people could abuse...

I agree. I just want to play around with it. No intention of actually using it. Damn curiosity.
Even if I where to use it, I would contact my companies law enforcement liason to find out what could come about it. Haven't found anything out online.
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Posted: January 10, 2005 at 11:42 PM / IP Logged  
Just out of curiousity are you guys talking about an infared LEDs to black out license plate views for police cameras?  Sorry if Im completely off, I've just heard something about this and its the most illegal thing I can imagine with infared LEDs.  If Im far off Im still curious maybe PM me with the abusive purpose you spoke of (I promise Ill be good, lol)
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Posted: January 11, 2005 at 12:05 AM / IP Logged  
Has nothing to do with license plates or anything like that. Also the legalities are still up in the air on this one in alot of the states.
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maybe traffic lights?
dont be a pet monkey ..use your dmm
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Posted: January 11, 2005 at 9:20 AM / IP Logged  
Nope.
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I know what it is too- here are the spec'd frequencies 13.9993 to 14.0972 Hz
9.6002 to 9.7182 Hz
Tried it with a sweep oscillator in the higher band. Worked, but at a very short range. Not worth the time for me, as I have the conventional method already- legally for me.
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Laser jamming of some sort then?
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ff-mike wrote:
I know what it is too- here are the spec'd frequencies 13.9993 to 14.0972 Hz
9.6002 to 9.7182 Hz
That is awesome. Nobody pays any attention to the relay forum but when people get curious it goes insane.
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