#Exposed – Ultra Sonic Movement Sensor Ghost Hunting Equipment
Today’s exposure is in the equipment market of the paranormal community..
much of today’s equipment is actually really simple to make, and this device today is extremely simple and cheap to do it yourself.. This is how much you would be paying from a paranormal ghost hunting shop
so if you was in UK, this would cost you 100£ thats including the postage and packing which was £20.00 and on top of that you may have had to pay customs which would be around 30 – 45£ so a total of around £150 – 165.
Now im going to show you how to make this for under £20.00.
But before i do that, i want to put out a statement i actually blanked out the company’s logo who made this device, although i dont agree with this devices price, i do however like some of the equipment this company has got, i have some of it myself and i like it, “not saying it detects ghosts” Hell i dont even believe in ghosts… also this company doesn’t list this item no more on their website but it is found else where. But.. no equipment out there is 100% designed to detect a ghost because we haven’t scientifically proven ghosts to exists so its impossible to make any piece of equipment which does indeed contact something we haven’t even proven exists yet… all equipment out there is used based upon peoples beliefs and theory’s .
Back onto the device in question now! How do you make this unit then? SIMPLE…
Just buy a car reverse censor
here is a link, which costs £9.99
You get everything you need just about from that link, only thing missing now is a CASE, and Battery’s
Below is a link to a simple black ABS Project Box. £5.90 “the first one i found” This Should be big enough to stand on top of the Battery Box, Length ways, Stick down “2 Censors” One at each end of the Box, and Add the Display on the top of the box.
So there you have it! a simple little device, i hope this saves you money this xmas 🙂
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UPDATE: Jeromy Jones contacted the magazine, with some more points of view, we feel are indeed worth sharing.
Being the owner of the company I can speak about this. What is not obvious is that we are adjust the internals of each sensor individually so they work in a small area. I was the first to use the sensors for the Paranormal and can tell you it has brought some interesting results. The comment is correct ultrasonic sensors should only detect solid objects but my results have shown otherwise. I have videos posted all over showing intelligent responses with the Paramid. What you are paying for is the design the calibration and the idea. Yeah you can go buy yourself a project box and throw it in there but you won’t get the same results and design is very important to me so that would look hideous.
I could buld the Paramid with arduino, two sensors a display and some minor electronics, however that would mean the price would double or triple in price. By using a simple backup sensor kit like you’ve shown above and doing some minor modifications to the transducer controllers and adding some resistors I can bring it to the public for much cheaper. It’s not as easy as just popping the kit in a plastic box and adding a battery. If you don’t take account in the amount of time it took me to test the system and get results and adjustments, or design time, there’s still 6 hours to print the unit, then hardware all the electronics instead of just plugging the kit in, your looking at about a 7 hour build time. For those that can’t build there own equipment, in my opinion, the price for the designs and functionality are fair. While we are located in the US, we do have a lot of friends outside the US and are proud to ship to them. While I understand the point of the article, I just want to make sure your readers understand what goes on behind the scenes.