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      Hijack Development Pack
      • Hijack Development Pack
      • Hijack Development Pack
      • Hijack Development Pack
      • Hijack Development Pack

      Hijack Development Pack

      SKU 110990063
      • Hardware/software platform for creating cubic-inch sensor peripherals for the mobile phone
      • Enables a new class of small and cheap phone-centric sensor peripherals
      • Be tested with the iPhone 3G/3GS/4G, iPod Touch, and iPad devices
        $79.00
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        Description

        Please note before purchase that this product doesn't have tech support. Sorry for the inconveniences.

         

        HiJack is a hardware/software platform for creating cubic-inch sensor peripherals for the mobile phone. HiJack devices harvest power and use bandwidth from the mobile phone's headset interface. The HiJack platform enables a new class of small and cheap phone-centric sensor peripherals that support plug-and-play operation. HiJack has been tested with the iPhone 3G/3GS/4G, iPod Touch, and iPad devices.

         

        Pack list:

        • Hijack board X1

        • Programmer X1

        • Protoboard X2

        • Cable X5


        For more information, you can visit its product page, or wiki page.

         

        Or check out the transparent article, HiJack and techBASIC “Hello world! Project, from Mike Westfield.

         

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        hi there. is this development kit still available?

        on Oct 19,2016
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        <p>The problem was solved by using Photocoupler. Now the noise from the relay were separated. Recommend you to place it in the circuit (for example C1010 - High Reliability Photocoupler - COSMO Electronics Corporation)</p>
        on Oct 20,2016 10:41 AM
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        If anyone can make this"hijack"trigger a flash when I use the camera app on my ipad or i phone please get in touch with me info@photo-booth.biz 7047269788. I will gladly pay for your efforts

        on Oct 19,2016
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        <p>Hi, i do not hear any sound from the relay as it is normal when the circuit is open/closed, and i think that my code is ok since i can see the led being turned on and then turned of when i close/open the circuit. Here is the class i have programmed for
        on Oct 20,2016 10:41 AM
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        does this have a temperature sensor integrated?

        on Oct 19,2016
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        q4523452345

        on Oct 19,2016
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        <p>please note each relay would need about 100mA current when working . so, maybe the arduino can not supply such a large current to support 13 relays.</p>
        on Oct 20,2016 10:42 AM
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        ????

        on Oct 19,2016
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        Hi, i just got my hijack development kit. I have no blue led light when plugged into the audio jack of any device. I can't get any demos to work either. I can flash the firmware based on the instructions, but the board does not work at all. do I have a

        on Oct 19,2016
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        <p>OK, so while mucking around, I supplied the board with power via the Grove usb power mixer cube, now it works. So it appears that the hijack is not harvesting power from the device to run for example the grove light sensor. I have to connect it to an e
        on Oct 20,2016 10:48 AM
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        <p>Could you send some pictures? thx</p>
        on Oct 20,2016 10:48 AM
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        I purchased 2 Hijack Dev packs and successfully programmed the firmware on both. I downloaded Techbasic 3.1 and installed on an Iphone 5. I connected a potentiometer to the Hijack board as instrucked, plugged it into the Iphone and ran the Techbasic Ap

        on Oct 19,2016
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        <p>I have had the same exact issue. Did you ever figure this out?</p>
        on Oct 20,2016 10:48 AM
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