Hey smart folks.
Let’s say, as a Sith, with an
xsiid in my finger, I want to lock my lightsaber from those nasty Jedi hands…. Would anyone have an idea on what direction one might take to achiever this?
Right now the electronics work on a simple momentary switch.
I feel like
Unfortunately a small biometric sensor might be easiest due to rfid field and implant angles and such
i dunno… you could make the entire grip be a big cylindrical coil which should read an
xEM or 125khz NExT just fine… then make a disc shaped PCB to sit inside on top … or just a rectangular shaped PCB that fits inside the tube.
You alo have an
Why not a Reed switch (Normally Open) in place of the momentary switch.
One for one swap?
Also this may be of interest if you haven’t seen it.
I would have made this a “PROPER” project post, HOWEVER the information contained within is only from some quick research, I don’t have one of these light sabres, nor access to one, to confirm, so I will leave this here as a “rough guide”
Use the information at your own risk
I will happily remove this thread If somebody else wants to make a project from it and replace my one. (Feel free to use any of my content)
Savi’s Workshop in the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge area
Custom Light Sabre
that might be really hard to line up… a hall effect sensor may present a more forgiving target.
Same same, only different
Oh I like the idea of a magnet invoked switch - that may be the easiest
There is a limited amount of space in these things, maybe I can rip apart a usb reader and connect the speaker to the switch headers…