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Cheap Bicycle Alarm Schematic Circuit Diagram

The author wanted a very cheap and simple alarm for some of his possessions, such as his electrically assisted bicycle.

Cheap Bicycle Alarm Schematic Circuit Diagram

Creating an Affordable Bicycle Alarm System

This alarm system utilizes an inexpensive window alarm, enhanced with a 1-minute time-out function. The 555 timer’s output pulse replaces the reed switch in the window alarm. A sensor near the bicycle’s front wheel, coupled with a magnet mounted on the spokes, triggers the 555 timer. Both components are sourced from an economical bicycle computer.

Efficient Circuit Design and Power Source

The bicycle’s front wheel remains unlocked, allowing the reed switch to briefly close as the wheel turns. This action triggers the 555 timer, activating the window alarm. The circuit’s power consumption is minimal and can be sustained by the window alarm’s batteries. There is ample space within the window alarm’s enclosure to accommodate the added time switch.

Compact and Discreet Security Solution

The result is a cost-effective, compact device requiring only a single cable connected to the reed switch on the front wheel. The noise it generates is remarkably loud. After approximately one minute, the alarm ceases, returning to standby mode. Mounting options include inconspicuous locations such as under the saddle, inside a large front light, or within the battery compartment.

Enhancing Security and Raising Public Awareness

Ideally, the alarm serves as a deterrent, scaring away potential thieves, or at the very least, alerting passersby to suspicious activity.

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Bradycardia: Definition and Considerations

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