Considerations for UFO Detector Kit Construction
To build the UFO Detector kit, you will need to identify, mount and solder electrical components onto a printed circuit board. Glue a couple of plastic components together. Cut out a transparent label with a scissor and finally trim the label with an exacto knife.
If the construction sounds like too much work for you or you don't think you can do it properly, you can buy the kit assembled and tested. If you are up to building this kit, then let's continue.
The UFO Detector schematic is shown in Figure 4 (above). Using the printed circuit board (PCB) you simply mount and solder the components. The topside of the PC board has white silkscreen depicting the parts placement, see Figure 5. Mount the components to the topside of the board. Solder the components from the bottom side of the board and clip away any excess wire.
The topside of the pcb board has white silkscreen depicting the parts placement, see figure 4. Mount the components to the topside of the board. Solder the components from the bottom side of the board and clip away any excess wire.
Various electromagnetic disturbances have been reported along with UFO sightings. For instance, a running car engine will stumble, cough, and stall. Magnetic compasses have been known to swing wildly around and around during UFO sightings. If this information is accurate, we can use these side effects to make a UFO detector.
Using the magnetic anomaly side effect is not a new idea. There are a number of simple plans around the Internet that use a magnet suspended on a conductive wire through a ring terminal, see figure 2. When something causes the magnet to move, the conductive wire touches the ring terminal completing an electric signaling circuit that sounds an alarm or causes a light to turn on.
Mount and solder the 22 uF capacitors C3 and C4, making sure to orientate the positive terminal of the capacitor to the (+) hole on the pcb.
The sensor is mounted to the two white concentric circles labeled 1490 silk screened on the pcb. It doesn't matter which way the compass if facing when you place it on the pc board. Take your time lining up the twelve leads on the 1490 compass to the twelve holes on the pc board. When you have the twelve leads through all the holes, make sure the compass is level before soldering the leads.
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