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    paradug got a reaction from GeekDoc in Motion Detection Wildlife Camera   
    The project that I would like to submit to the November contest is a Motion Detection Wildlife Camera. It uses a re-purposed PIR sensor module from an air freshener to provide motion detection, an inexpensive key chain camera to capture images, and a TI msp430g2211 microprocessor from the Launchpad kit to provide the necessary brains.
     

     
    The project is described in depth at http://www.instructables.com/id/Cheap-Motion-Detection-Wildlife-Camera/
    This link includes the code and schematic for the project.
     
    An overview of the schematic is shown below:
     

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    paradug got a reaction from bluehash in Motion Detection Wildlife Camera   
    The project that I would like to submit to the November contest is a Motion Detection Wildlife Camera. It uses a re-purposed PIR sensor module from an air freshener to provide motion detection, an inexpensive key chain camera to capture images, and a TI msp430g2211 microprocessor from the Launchpad kit to provide the necessary brains.
     

     
    The project is described in depth at http://www.instructables.com/id/Cheap-Motion-Detection-Wildlife-Camera/
    This link includes the code and schematic for the project.
     
    An overview of the schematic is shown below:
     

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    paradug got a reaction from bluehash in 32k crystal install and test   
    You might find this instructable step informative with regards to the 32k crystal.
    http://www.instructables.com/id/MSP430-Based-Chronulator-using-Launchpad-chip/step11/Determining-the-32768-kHz-Crystals-load-Capacita/
     
    It explains why the crystal's load capacitance needs to be right. It also gives a way that you can check if you have a freq. meter.
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    paradug got a reaction from jsolarski in 32k crystal install and test   
    You might find this instructable step informative with regards to the 32k crystal.
    http://www.instructables.com/id/MSP430-Based-Chronulator-using-Launchpad-chip/step11/Determining-the-32768-kHz-Crystals-load-Capacita/
     
    It explains why the crystal's load capacitance needs to be right. It also gives a way that you can check if you have a freq. meter.
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