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Ff wat klooien met een #arduino #mega2560r3 #nerdy :-))

Ff wat klooien met een #arduino #mega2560r3 #nerdy :-))

Gisteren… Maandag, dinsdag. Om U tegen te zeggen :)

Gisteren… Maandag, dinsdag. Om U tegen te zeggen :)

Gisteren… Maandag, dinsdag. Om U tegen te zeggen :)

Gisteren… Maandag, dinsdag. Om U tegen te zeggen :)

Gisteren… Maandag, dinsdag. Om U tegen te zeggen :)

Gisteren… Maandag, dinsdag. Om U tegen te zeggen :)

Full of mind OR #mindful ?

Full of mind OR #mindful ?

#recycling #driftwood #lightbulbs #vase #flowers #diy

#recycling #driftwood #lightbulbs #vase #flowers #diy

#diy #fixing of my #bmw just got a whole lot easier :-)) #inpa #obd

#diy #fixing of my #bmw just got a whole lot easier :-)) #inpa #obd

I recently ordered a cheap flip-key housing from ebay as a replacement for one of my worn-out bmw e39 diamond shaped key. "Guaranteed to work with all diamond shaped bmw keys." Yeah right! It had 2 flaws that became apparent when it arrived from hongkong:
the keyblade was thinner than my original key so could never be cut to match
After moving the circuitboard into the housing, the car would not start :(
Problem one was easy, I cut & reshaped my old key to fit and fixed it with some silver solder, as can be seen in the second photo.
The second problem took some more research before I was sure it was fixable. Normally, car keys contain a passive transponder that is powered by the induction coil surrounding the keyhole in the your car. If recognised, the car starts. BMW has chosen a more intricate system with a preprogrammed eeprom (the small chip visible on the PCB) which is powered by the coil -and not your rechargable battery. This same coil is then used to transmit the code to the car using an AM modulated signal. The coil was obviously too far away from the car compared to the old keyhousing.
Luckily, there was room in the flipkey to reposition the coil, so I desoldered it and used some short solid core wires to move it, making sure the coil itself is still fixed pretty secure so vibrations can’t shake it loose. Tried the key, turned it, and succes! Hope this write-up helps everyone who hit the same problem after buying the housing. I recently ordered a cheap flip-key housing from ebay as a replacement for one of my worn-out bmw e39 diamond shaped key. "Guaranteed to work with all diamond shaped bmw keys." Yeah right! It had 2 flaws that became apparent when it arrived from hongkong:
the keyblade was thinner than my original key so could never be cut to match
After moving the circuitboard into the housing, the car would not start :(
Problem one was easy, I cut & reshaped my old key to fit and fixed it with some silver solder, as can be seen in the second photo.
The second problem took some more research before I was sure it was fixable. Normally, car keys contain a passive transponder that is powered by the induction coil surrounding the keyhole in the your car. If recognised, the car starts. BMW has chosen a more intricate system with a preprogrammed eeprom (the small chip visible on the PCB) which is powered by the coil -and not your rechargable battery. This same coil is then used to transmit the code to the car using an AM modulated signal. The coil was obviously too far away from the car compared to the old keyhousing.
Luckily, there was room in the flipkey to reposition the coil, so I desoldered it and used some short solid core wires to move it, making sure the coil itself is still fixed pretty secure so vibrations can’t shake it loose. Tried the key, turned it, and succes! Hope this write-up helps everyone who hit the same problem after buying the housing.

I recently ordered a cheap flip-key housing from ebay as a replacement for one of my worn-out bmw e39 diamond shaped key.

"Guaranteed to work with all diamond shaped bmw keys."

Yeah right! It had 2 flaws that became apparent when it arrived from hongkong:

  1. the keyblade was thinner than my original key so could never be cut to match
  2. After moving the circuitboard into the housing, the car would not start :(

Problem one was easy, I cut & reshaped my old key to fit and fixed it with some silver solder, as can be seen in the second photo.

The second problem took some more research before I was sure it was fixable. Normally, car keys contain a passive transponder that is powered by the induction coil surrounding the keyhole in the your car. If recognised, the car starts.
BMW has chosen a more intricate system with a preprogrammed eeprom (the small chip visible on the PCB) which is powered by the coil -and not your rechargable battery. This same coil is then used to transmit the code to the car using an AM modulated signal. The coil was obviously too far away from the car compared to the old keyhousing.

Luckily, there was room in the flipkey to reposition the coil, so I desoldered it and used some short solid core wires to move it, making sure the coil itself is still fixed pretty secure so vibrations can’t shake it loose. Tried the key, turned it, and succes! Hope this write-up helps everyone who hit the same problem after buying the housing.

evolutionists:

House of Silence by FORM.

The House of Silence in Shiga, Japan looks very different than the ordinary homes on this small street. Rather than being inspired by the surrounding landscape, this home turns its back to the street and focuses on its inner environment. Designed by FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects, the exterior is formed of massive slabs of concrete and dark bricks. The two story structure is composed of several split level rooms with varying ceiling heights. The interior features built in furniture and a peaceful courtyard.
evolutionists:

House of Silence by FORM.

The House of Silence in Shiga, Japan looks very different than the ordinary homes on this small street. Rather than being inspired by the surrounding landscape, this home turns its back to the street and focuses on its inner environment. Designed by FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects, the exterior is formed of massive slabs of concrete and dark bricks. The two story structure is composed of several split level rooms with varying ceiling heights. The interior features built in furniture and a peaceful courtyard.
evolutionists:

House of Silence by FORM.

The House of Silence in Shiga, Japan looks very different than the ordinary homes on this small street. Rather than being inspired by the surrounding landscape, this home turns its back to the street and focuses on its inner environment. Designed by FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects, the exterior is formed of massive slabs of concrete and dark bricks. The two story structure is composed of several split level rooms with varying ceiling heights. The interior features built in furniture and a peaceful courtyard.

evolutionists:

House of Silence by FORM.

The House of Silence in Shiga, Japan looks very different than the ordinary homes on this small street. Rather than being inspired by the surrounding landscape, this home turns its back to the street and focuses on its inner environment. Designed by FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects, the exterior is formed of massive slabs of concrete and dark bricks. The two story structure is composed of several split level rooms with varying ceiling heights. The interior features built in furniture and a peaceful courtyard.

evolutionists:

Hyper Time by Amizyo Hairie.

An abstract experimental series in moving trains, on how color and shapes form over time. Long exposures reveal accumulated formations, otherwise unseen in real-time.


Sweeet evolutionists:

Hyper Time by Amizyo Hairie.

An abstract experimental series in moving trains, on how color and shapes form over time. Long exposures reveal accumulated formations, otherwise unseen in real-time.


Sweeet evolutionists:

Hyper Time by Amizyo Hairie.

An abstract experimental series in moving trains, on how color and shapes form over time. Long exposures reveal accumulated formations, otherwise unseen in real-time.


Sweeet evolutionists:

Hyper Time by Amizyo Hairie.

An abstract experimental series in moving trains, on how color and shapes form over time. Long exposures reveal accumulated formations, otherwise unseen in real-time.


Sweeet evolutionists:

Hyper Time by Amizyo Hairie.

An abstract experimental series in moving trains, on how color and shapes form over time. Long exposures reveal accumulated formations, otherwise unseen in real-time.


Sweeet

evolutionists:

Hyper Time by Amizyo Hairie.

An abstract experimental series in moving trains, on how color and shapes form over time. Long exposures reveal accumulated formations, otherwise unseen in real-time.

Sweeet

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