Bluetooth Bike Computer

Created on 28 Nov 2015

A bike computer that is affordable AND connects to your phone

Bike computers are either expensive and connected, or they're cheap and don't connect to anything. With just a few sensors and a Bluetooth-enabled microcontroller, we're going to let you track your biking without breaking the bank

@cvsmith

Chris Smith

@swestenb

Samuel Westenberg

@rpaetz

Raymond Paetz

@mklein

Matt Klein

@officer

Generic Officer

Part Cost Quantity Total
Amazon.com: LightBlue Bean: Computers & Accessories $30.00 2 $60.00
LightBlue Bean
Invalid Request $2.95 3 $8.85
green light button
McMaster-Carr $2.93 1 $2.93
nuts
High-strength 'rare earth' magnet ID: 9 - $2.50 : Adafruit Industries, $2.50 6 $15.00
Magnet
Hall effect sensor [US5881LUA] ID: 158 - $2.00 : Adafruit Industries, $2.00 6 $12.00
hall effect sensor
Monochrome 0.96 128x64 OLED graphic display ID: 326 - $19.50 : Adafrui $19.50 1 $19.50
OLED screen
SHARP Memory Display Breakout - 1.3 96x96 Silver Monochrome ID: 1393 - $39.95 1 $39.95
SHARP memory display
Colorful Square Tactile Button Switch Assortment - 15 pack ID: 1010 - $5.95 1 $5.95
square tactile buttons
Invalid Request $2.28 3 $6.84
small button
Invalid Request $2.95 3 $8.85
red button
Amazon.com: Sony CR2032 Lithium Coin Cell 3V 20 Pcs: Health & Personal $11.99 1 $11.99
CR2032 (Bean Battery)
McMaster-Carr $4.30 1 $4.30
screws 3/8"
McMaster-Carr $5.29 1 $5.29
screws 1""
Project Totals: 30 $201.45
Track 1 Base Budget: $250.00
Preferred Vendor Budget Bonus: $0.00
Remaining Budget: $48.55
Chris Smith 15 Jan 2016, 6:18 p.m. EST
It works! Demoing was successful, and we tested its accuracy against a consumer-grade odometer on a bike.