Gear shift indicator

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  1. abhichotu_abhi

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    Hi friends,
    I have searched this forum also but couldnot find the perfect match for my project
    I was googling all over for designing a gearshift 7 segmeny indicator but unale to find one.
    Now, I am an electronics student, and i have to design a project on Gear shift 7 segment indicator for a bike.My bike has 1-down and 4-up gear pattern.
    I want to design a 7 segment gear indicator. But i donot know from where to start, Which devices to use, whch circuit to use. Please guide me to make a simple circuit for my project.(I want to keep it as simple to assemble as possible).
    Thanks:)
     
  2. beenthere

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    The shift level is exposed to a lot of environmental wear and tear, plus the shaft into the transmission is very short (I'm assuming a motorcycle here). What device were you going to use to track the position of the shifter? I suspect all else becomes easy after the shifter can be tracked.
     
  3. abhichotu_abhi

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    I was just thinking of using simple buttons. do you have any idea for me??PLZ
     
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  6. Georacer

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    The post previous to yours is more than 4 years old. The link is likely to have disappeared from the internet.
    However, the poster is still around and may find similar content.
     
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  8. WBahn

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    Doesn't this run afoul of the automotive guidelines?
     
  9. Wendy

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    Yep.......
     
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