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- Manufacturer: SpikenzieLabs
- Order number: EXP-R32-002
- Manufacturer part number: SPL-021001
- Availability: 0
- country of origin: US
- HS code: 84714900
- Weight (kg): 0.128
The SpikenzieLabs Telegraph Decoder Kit, is a two part kit that makes an Arduino based Morse... more
The SpikenzieLabs Telegraph Decoder Kit, is a two part kit that makes an Arduino based Morse Code decoder with a large 16 segment LED display to show the decoder letters and numbers. The kit also includes an elegant telegraph key made out of laser cut acrylic but with "antique" styling.
The electronics is easy to solder through-hole parts. Assembling the key is also part of the fun.
Amateur radio operators know all about morse code. Now everyone can experience the language that started long distance communications.
Tap out international morse code, and see the letter appear. Connect two units together, and have the original messaging system that started it all. In replay mode, you can key in a word, and have it playback. Hack in your own modifications using the Arduino IDE.
Put away that smartphone, it's time to communicate "old school"!
- Large 16 segment LED display
- Kit includes "cheat sheet" card printed with Morse Code
- Easy through hole soldering
- No computer is required, the Telegraph Kit comes pre-programmed
- It is easily modified using the Arduino IDE
- Audio beep feedback
- Silent mode
- Powered by 3x AA batteries (not included)
- Automatic sleep
- Extra long battery life
- Laser cut acrylic key switch
- Use two or more kits for two way communication
Tools and supplies required:
- Soldering iron
- Masking tape