Mine took 2 month to arrive thanks to the precious chilean postage service. I had to modify the power supply as the legs didnt properly fit the electric socket but after works like a charm. You need to whistle loud and strong in order to activate it and the dimmer works great!
I had bought some bare HB100 sensors before, just to see the IF output on a scope. This module, with an amplifier, gives a good understanding of how the output can be actually used and interfaced with a microcontroller. Many thanks!!
Hello, Actually if the sensor is right in front of the car you'll be able to measure high speeds. Have a look at this web page for reference: http://www.limpkin.fr/index.php?post/2013/08/09/Making-the-electronics-for-a-%247-USD-doppler-motion-sensor
Nice quality item, well designed, with a nice form factor. Its (online) documentation is pretty good and I must thank its designer for his careful help and advices using this product. Packaging was just fine. In short: I would (and already have) recommend this product :)
With the dawn of technology and the rise of cloud computing, passwords are quickly becoming insecure. With dictionary attacks that go after your loved ones and interest to crack those easy to remember passwords, and brute force hacks that attack those long and difficult to remember passwords in less than a day, it is becoming more and more necessary to have some form of password store. Keepass however requires you to keep a local file that could get outdated and might not be on your pc. Put it on dropbox? That's like giving all your passwords away for free! Its only a matter of time before its intercepted and cracked. What about one of those fancy online tools like onepassword? They are susceptible to the keeper of the keys problem: the hackers are going straight for the managers because they're an easy target.
So one is left with a concern for what the right answer is. With Mooltipass, you can now store those long passwords (even have the device make them for you) while still keeping them out of the hands of hackers. With a 2 step authentication and self destructing keycards, the Mooltipass is not a device that can simply be brute forced. It has all of the functionality and capability of a full password manager, but can also be used like a keyboard and is easy to bring with you. This device has been amazing to use, and I look forward to working with its api to extend what it is capable of!
Wow, thanks for that incredible review! It does mean a lot to us, especially given that we spent more than a year developing and perfecting a product that we hoped would answer everyone's needs. Don't hesitate to contact us again to send us more feedback and improvement suggestions!