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DIY electomagnetic interference detector

Posted on Thursday, May 17th, 2012 in Arduino, code, DIY by the machinegeek


Popular Mechanics presents this simple DIY electromagnetic interference (EMI) detector project. It’s Arduino based and requires only an 8-ohm speaker, 1-megaohm resistor and 3–5 feet of insulated solid core wire.

Details on this easy beginner’s project can be found on the Popular Mechanics website, with links to the Arduino sketch on the author’s Github page.

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