Chapter 8 Remote Bomb Detonator
Note: This chapter is VERY similar to Chapter 7. However a diode was adopted
In the previous chapter, I asked you to look first at Chapter 6’s last photo. Please do that again. Here is the URL for that photo ( http://malaysiabodoh.com/blog1/wp-content/uploads/2008/11/img_1847.jpg ). Now also, look at the previous chapter’s first photo ( http://malaysiabodoh.com/blog1/wp-content/uploads/2008/11/img_1857.jpg ). You will notice that both are almost the same except one is using a battery cell (for a messy blow job) and the other is using an alarm clock.
Now, I would just remove the alarm clock and replace the alarm clock as shown in the photograph below: –
Hey, I bought a new remote toy car with part of Datuk Chris Goh’s 10% payment. The box is still intact as shown in the photo. Obviously you cannot clip the crocodile clips to the box and expect it to become a remote bomb detonator. Well, take the toy car out from the box. Test out the toy and make sure the wheels are spinning: –
On inspection, I am lucky to discover that this Made in China product has the two cable exposed at the rear wheel end.
Obviously those are the cables to the motor and I don’t need to dismantle the whole car. I just need to make some minor incisions to the cable to expose the metallic part like this.
Clip the exposed cable.
However, as mentioned in the beginning of this chapter, a diode was adopted. Clip the diode as shown below: –
The reason for a diode is very simple. Motors are sometimes not very stable. It sends out tiny electricity signals. If you adopt a diode, that would take care of this signals. Even with the alarm clock project, some alarm clocks may or may not need a diode.
Now set up the whole circuit as shown like this
For the movie, you can view it here:-