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I decided to modify it to use a 7 Segment LED Display! Here's my project. Sorry I don't have any pictures of it in use. I'm using 26 gauge wire BreadboardTools: Computer with Arduino IDE USB A B cable for Arduino Wire Strippers This is probably one of the most confusing parts of the project, so I'll try to be clear. I wired the pins on the display counter clockwise starting at the upper left corner. piece of solid core wire. Strip one end so you can plug it into your breadboard Strip the other end about 2 in. I have a 7 segment led display, but my pins are a bit different than yours in the photo. I have added a website which shows how my pins look like. Every time i give it to something that emits an electromagnetic field, it just flickers. Will you help me please? A couple of question if you are still answering. Sorry first ever project Can with be done with double digits display? ( want to use 2 nixe tube display) Can you run the led bar graph along side the display? Can you use a surplus wifi antenna as the antenna? I didnt use the 3.3M and my Atmega328P is burnt oakley kitchen sink for sale philippines out !? Can you replace the 7seg with an LED bar graph? The arduino just picks up random signals (cosmic radiation, tv, etc.) In fact, the arduino uses empty analog ports to calibrate it random number generator This does not detect a Magnetic field. It is a rather crude E field detector. That also explains why there is no coil used. All it does is extend one of the analog inputs from the Arduino and allow stray electrostatic fields to be coupled to the A/D converter in the Arduino. The 3.3 Meg resistor is used to excessive charge by reducing the impedence of the input. Conner Cunningham is Collin Cunningham i made mine with 3 1meg ohm resistors becouse thats all i have but it should work the same way but its not working. does anyone know where i can find plans for one that does not use an arduino? if you can oakley kitchen sink forum build it with arduino and get it to work you can simply remove the Atmega IC from your arduino and build it into a stand alone device, youll just have to get the schematic for you Arduino chip and wire it how you wish.

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