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Simple Arduino EMF detector [Project]
posted May 22 2013 19:29.44 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This is an improved version of an Arduino EMF detector from Aaron ALAI. It uses one resistor and a piece of wire to detect if there is any EMF (elector-magnetic field) around. Nice and simple idea!
Schematic and code here.



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