THIS GPS SPEEDOMETER HANGS OFF YOUR HANDLEBARS

If you can ride a bike with no handlebars, no handlebars, no handlebars, you can do just about anything. You can take apart a remote control, and you can almost put it back together. You can listen in on a two meter repeater and you can build a GPS module speedometer. That’s what [Jeremy Cook] did with just a few parts, a little 3D design, and some handy zip ties to hold it onto the handlebars, the handleba ...

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Analog Speedometer Using Arduino and IR Sensor

Measuring the speed/rpm of a Vehicle or a motor has always been a fascinating project to try. In this project, we are going to build a Analog Speedometer using the Arduino. We will use IR Sensor module to measure the speed. There are other ways/sensors for this, like hall sensor to measure speed, but using an IR sensor is easy because IR sensor module is very common device and we can get it easily from the ...

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DIY Speedometer using Arduino and Processing Android App

In this project we make a Cool Speedometer for bikes or any automotives by using Arduino which broadcast the speed using Bluetooth to an Android application that we created using Processing. The complete project is powered by an 18650 Lithium cell and hence highly portable along with your vehicle. To spice it up a bit more I have added the option of charging your mobile phone as it displays your speed. Yes, ...

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Scale Speedometer

What is this ? This project is a "real size"  speedometer for miniature trains, cars and anything you wish to measure. It can calculate the speed of the object between 2 measuring points along the track (or road) by counting milliseconds between passages at the  start and end gates.  If you enter the distance between those gates  (in dm) and the used scale  (ex. H0 = 1:87) in to the Arduino, it will calcula ...

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DIY SPEEDOMETER AND ODOMETER

Step 1: HOW IT WORKS The working of a project is simple. It is also very important to understand it for making the project. Basically the apparatus consists of the reed switch or the magnetic switch mounted on the frame of the cycle and a magnet mounted on the one of the spokes. As the wheel rotates the magnet triggers the switch every rotation. The signal go to the arduino which counts the no of rotation a ...

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Arduino Bike Speedometer

Monitor your road speed using the Arduino. This project uses a magnetic switch (also called a reed switch) to measure the speed of one of the bike's wheels.  The Arduino calculates the mph, and send this information out to the LCD screen on the handlebars as you ride.  It is compatible with any kind of bike/wheel, simply enter the radius of the wheel in the firmware to calibrate the device for your setup. P ...

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Arduino Skateboard Speedometer

Using an Arduino, it is easy to make a speedometer/tachometer for virtually any man-powered vehicle. I made one for my skateboard that used a small magnet to count revolutions and utilized an LCD display screen.  This Instructable will show you how you can do the same step by step. You will need a few things before we get started. 1) A man-powered vehicle (I will be using a skateboard) 2) An Arduino 3) A pl ...

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Bike Speedometer using an Arduino

Monitor your road speed using the Arduino. This project uses a magnetic switch (also called a reed switch) to measure the speed of one of the bike's wheels.  The Arduino calculates the mph, and send this information out to the LCD screen on the handlebars as you ride.  It is compatible with any kind of bike/wheel, simply enter the radius of the wheel in the firmware to calibrate the device for your setup. P ...

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