Arduino for Nerf: Chronograph and Shot Counter




Arduino-for-Nerf-Chronograph-and-Shot-Counter

My previous Instructable covered the basics of detecting dart speed using an infrared emitter and detector. This project takes it a step further, using a printed circuit board, display, and batteries to make a portable ammo counter and chronograph. Additionally, we add some LEDs to simulate muzzle flash. Because, pew pew pew . . . Reading more about Arduino for Nerf: Chronograph and Shot Counter

Arduino for Nerf: Chronograph and Shot Counter

This may seem like a daunting project with lots of steps, but the use of a printed circuit board and commercial components for the display and microcontroller make it much easier to assemble a reliable project. I will also provide test code for each element of the project to help ensure your success. You can do it !




Step 1: Parts and Supplies

Printed Circuit Board, three copies will cost you only $12.40 with free shipping, so make this with a friend to share the cost:

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