On Mon, 22 Jul 1996, Tim Moses wrote:
> >On Sun, 21 Jul 1996, R. John Fagerlund wrote:
> >> just learned about 555 timers, I designed an LED flasher circuit. I
> >> the circuit behind the dash with the flashing LED visible. It turned out
> >> be an extremely cheap theft deturant; my B was never touched, even with the
> >> top down over night. Most theives are not too bright.
> NOW we're on to something. How about a copy of the design plans. I
> assume this is something that could be constructed from minor parts from
> Radio Shack.
> I'm interested in how you did it (design, parts, wiring, placement,
Tim, this is an old idea, many places that sell security systems for cars
also sell decoy lights ready to install.
I would be surprised if a good thief would really be fooled by these,
since a lot of red LEDs in todays cars are fakes.
A bad thief might...
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