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Electronic Lock - Torn Down and "Manipulated"

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escapenrv

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Post Sat Mar 21, 2015 8:23 pm

Re: Electronic Lock - Torn Down and "Manipulated"

Nice work. makes me want to get out my old logic probe and see what I can get into. I have not done a lot of that since my KIM-1 days. (Yes, I am old.)
Puzzles are always neat to my way of thinking. Keep up the good work......

Steve
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rohare

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Post Sun Mar 22, 2015 7:18 pm

Re: Electronic Lock - Torn Down and "Manipulated"

escapenrv wrote:Nice work. makes me want to get out my old logic probe and see what I can get into. I have not done a lot of that since my KIM-1 days. (Yes, I am old.)
Puzzles are always neat to my way of thinking. Keep up the good work......

Steve


Sweet. I had to look it up, but the KIM-1 was a nice piece of work. And the day after I read up on it, Chuck Peddle, one of the lead designers of the KIM-1 did a really interesting interview. Check out http://www.theamphour.com/241-an-interv ... oryphaeus/ for some nostalgia.
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mbpick34

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Post Wed Aug 03, 2016 6:13 pm

Re: Electronic Lock - Torn Down and "Manipulated"

Most of these cheap electronic "safes" ship with BJ8P153 micro controller.
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