Electronic Device For Bugs
Introducing the revolutionary “Electronic Device For Bugs” – your ultimate ally in eliminating pesky insects from your surroundings. Whether in your home, garden, or office, this cutting-edge electronic device is designed to provide a bug-free environment, allowing you to enjoy your space without any unwelcome guests.
Featuring advanced technology, the “Electronic Device For Bugs” is portable and easy to use. Its compact size allows you to effortlessly carry it wherever insects might be a problem, ensuring constant protection in various settings. Simply plug it in, and let this powerful device work its magic.
The “Electronic Device For Bugs” boasts an array of impressive features that make it the go-to solution for bug control. Here are some key features:
1. Ultrasonic Technology: This device emits high-frequency sound waves that are inaudible to humans and pets but extremely irritating to insects. This disrupts their sensory receptors, effectively driving them away without causing any harm.
2. Wide Coverage Area: With a range of up to 1,200 square feet, this device covers a significant area, making it suitable for various spaces such
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Where will you be when the zombie apocalypse hits? Trapping yourself in the basement? Roasting the family pet? Beheading reanimated neighbors?
No way. You’ll be building fortresses, setting traps, and hoarding supplies, because you, savvy survivor, have snatched up your copy of The Maker’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse before it’s too late. This indispensable guide to survival after Z-day, written by hardware hacker and zombie anthropologist Simon Monk, will teach you how to generate your own electricity, salvage parts, craft essential electronics, and out-survive the undead.,p>Take charge of your environment:
–Monitor zombie movement with trip wires and motion sensors
–Keep vigilant watch over your compound with Arduino and Raspberry Pi surveillance systems
–Power zombie defense devices with car batteries, bicycle generators, and solar power
Escape imminent danger:
–Repurpose old disposable cameras for zombie-distracting flashbangs
–Open doors remotely for a successful sprint home
–Forestall subplot disasters with fire and smoke detectors
Communicate with other survivors:
–Hail nearby humans using Morse code
–Pass silent messages with two-way vibration walkie-talkies
–Fervently scan the airwaves with a frequency hopper
For anyone from the budding maker to the keen hobbyist, The Maker’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse is an essential survival tool.
Uses the Arduino Uno board and Raspberry Pi Model B+ or Model 2
From the Publisher
Build solar and pedal-powered generators.
Remote Door Lock
Unlock doors remotely for a successful sprint home.
Repurpose old disposable cameras for zombie-distracting flashbangs.
Pass silent messages with two-way vibration walkie-talikes.
Remote Door Lock
Note from the Author
Look out the window, and you will see chaos all around you. Society has broken down, crashed cars burn, and evidence of desperate attempts to escape the contagion litters the streets. There is no Internet, no power, and no law.
In this new world, you either need to be a warrior or a Maker. Be wise, be vigilant, and when the opportunity arrives, mold your environment and use technology to help you survive and make life more tolerable. Fortify your base, generate electricity, create alarms, and use remote distractions to draw the undead away. Finally, find friends and use technology to communicate with them.
I wish you luck!
User Experience Level
Beginner to Intermediate
Intermediate to Advanced
All levels: From naive survivors to hardcore doomsday preppers
A colorful, ‘cookbook’ of Arduino projects, with easy-to-follow directions for complete beginners
Follow up to the first volume, with all new projects and techniques to teach and test your skills
Cool projects introduce Arduino and essential electronics skills, like building circuits, using sensors, basic programming, and modding builds
65 projects that steadily increase in difficulty, ramping up from beginner to intermediate
Challenging projects that explore electronics and mechanical engineering. Inspiration for experienced tinkerers
Generate electricity, defend your base, salvage parts, and communicate with other survivors. This playful DIY guide also includes Raspberry Pi projects
Ghost detector, memory game, laser trip-wire, and weather station
Rainbow-light compass, bomb decoder game, Arduino robot, and fingerprint scanner
Pen-wielding robot, automated desktop greenhouse, and Arduino piano
Electronic dice, GPS logger, and remote control tank
Automatic watch winder, regulated power supply, and parking assistant
FM radio frequency hopper, silent communication device, disposable-camera flashbang booby-trap, and Morse code beacon
Motor shield, Ethernet shield
microSD, DFRobot motor, GPS, Freetronics LCD, XBee, Ethernet, SM5100 GSM
Custom shields built in the projects
LCD, screwshield, relay, protoshield
Hygrometer soil moisture sensor, photoresistor, humidity sensor, ultrasonic range finder, infrared sensor, passive infrared sensor, piezo sound detector, RFID reader
Photoresistor, axis sensor (compass), sound detector, temperature sensor, ultrasonic sensor, breathalyzer, fingerprint scanner, Bluetooth module, GPS module
Sound detector, photoresistor, temperature sensor, soft-potentiometer touch sensor
Temperature, infrared distance, ultrasonic distance, RFID reader
Ultrasonic sensor, temperature sensor, pH probe, infrared photosensor
Passive infrared, reed switch, temperature, piezo buzzer
Number of Projects
12 (of 20 overall projects)
ASIN : B017AH8H8C
Publisher : No Starch Press; 1st edition (October 1, 2015)
Publication date : October 1, 2015
Language : English
File size : 25402 KB
Text-to-Speech : Enabled
Screen Reader : Supported
Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
X-Ray : Not Enabled
Word Wise : Not Enabled
Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
Print length : 296 pages