sensors made roadworthy

 In 2016, Berlin, Professorship, Sensory Bike (bicycle instrument), TU, Uncategorized

It’s all very well installing sensors on a bike in the lab, but there’s no point doing it if they can’t withstand bumpy roads, rain, mud, cobbles and a multitude of speeds and riders. I’m at Sukander’s studio where he has been working flat out re-making, soldering and wiring our initial sensors, also replacing the magnets on the front wheel used as speed sensor with a dynamo on the back, (found to be more efficient plus it can be turned off) and the break sensors on the back break pad itself. Check here the sprocket sensor soldered and sugrued underneath. It’s slow painstaking work, and this is going to be repeated on three other bikes I’ve yet to find..

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