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wizdum

I'm currently working on my website, but you can find a basic schematic and description at http://nightscapetech.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2&Itemid=8 . I'll try to add a parts list later today. I got everything from sparkfun and digikey.
"Anyone who isn't confused really doesn't understand the situation."

Electronic props for Airsoft, paintball, and laser tag -> www.nightscapetech.com

Si

To translate Mike Mc.

rozzers = police
boot = trunk

All good fun, but definitely some scope for serious misunderstanding with the authorities.

Your police all carry guns for heavens sake! Over here we have only just let them have cars and they do enough damage with them!
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Electrical Juggernaut

I looked over the schematic and it looks very nice and clean.  Realizing that I have most of the parts needed as spares and stuff from previous projects, all that I really need in the way of a parts list is just the website for the keypad, and the sparkfun model number for the display.

Thanks again,
/me

sxdemon

Thats is freaking awesome.

wizdum

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Sep 14, 2010, 01:12 am Last Edit: Sep 14, 2010, 01:18 am by wizdum Reason: 1
SI, it hasn't really been a problem for us. Most of the time the police are more interested in what airsoft is, and want to try out some of our gear, and I drive around with some pretty serious hardware. For most games I have nothing less than 2 M4A1s, 1 G36c, 1 sig552, 2 ak-74s, 1 M249 SAW, 2 mp5ks, 2 Beretta M9s, 1 M1911, 6 M67 Frag grenades, 6 flash bang grenades, 2 claymores, 40 or so magazines, 3 tac-vests, and of course, the bomb prop. For games we always notify state and local police (and campus police when using our University field), and we often have members of law enforcement playing in the games with us.

Electrical Juggernaut, this is the keypad I used for the first design:
http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=8653

I used a 4x4 keypad in later designs that I got at a local shop, it's the same setup, just 1 extra pin.

And this is the serial LCD that I used:
http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=9068  
"Anyone who isn't confused really doesn't understand the situation."

Electronic props for Airsoft, paintball, and laser tag -> www.nightscapetech.com

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