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1  Community / Gigs and Collaborations / Re: Help wanted on hardware,software for pay on: February 01, 2013, 12:33:23 pm
You never know this could be fun. I can't imagine it would take all that long. I started anther product in a similar way and that guy and I have been working together for 12 years. Take a chance have a some great meals out with your wife, friends or what ever on me.

Don't mean to badger but retired means experienced and experience is hard to find sometimes.

Thanks for considering

Glenn
2  Community / Gigs and Collaborations / Re: Help wanted on hardware,software for pay on: February 01, 2013, 11:56:11 am
Hi Lefty,

Thanks for the response. I am not a student. I tried briefly to make this. What I don't want is to get two weeks into the project and find out that I should have used something else. This is for a real project/product and am interested is getting an experienced engineer to write the code and work with me to put other capabilities into the product. I know this seems like basic level stuff with a couple of mics and a vibration sensor but I assure you this is a real.

How about it Lefty you up for it? Give me a price.

Thanks again
Glenn
3  Community / Gigs and Collaborations / Re: Help wanted on hardware,software for pay on: February 01, 2013, 11:31:21 am
I see there are many views but no replies? Am I missing something? Is the project possible? Anyone want take a shot at it? Give me your price. The project is as described. When a sound or vibration is detected it needs to close a relay and turn on LED. Low battery light would be great have many other things on wish list. Contact me and lets work out the details. Anyone in Michigan, Indiana, Illinois?
Brand new to this forum and this stuff. 

Thanks

Glenn
4  Community / Gigs and Collaborations / Help wanted on hardware,software for pay on: January 31, 2013, 09:58:16 pm
I have little time. I do not know the limitations of the Arduino. I need to connect two microphones and one force/vibration sensor to an Arduino Uno or appropriate processor. Only one transducer will be used at a time. Microphone threshold around 60 to 80Db. Force sensor I will have to test. Repeatability very important. Battery powered at first. Later ideas may need AC power. I do not have time to design a board,stuff,test etc...

Anyone interested?
Need work?

Thanks much   smiley

Glenn
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