Showing posts with label Alarm home system. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Alarm home system. Show all posts

Friday, April 15, 2011

Chamberlain Wireless Alert System

# International Electronics state-of-the-art wireless alert security system
# Detects and reports human or vehicle motion
# Only products with an effective transmission range from the sensor to the base for up to 1200 feet
# Register a move up to 30 meters away
# Works in temperatures from -40 º C (40 º F) to 100 º C (212 * F)
# Resistant UV damage from sun
# Special learning feature allows up to 4 sensor units to report to a single base station with unique sounds per sensor unit
# Waterproof, includes a rain / sun shield
# Conformal coated circuit is
# Includes 10-amp outputs so it can be linked directly to a monitored system, a horn, lights, dents, bells, or any alarm device
# Protects driveways, businesses, large fronts, entryways, boats, RV’s and outbuildings
# Battery backup receiver protects even during power
# Easy to install, no wiring required
# Sensor is waterproof and uses 4 AA batteries lasting up to 2 years
# Black Package Contents:
# 1 Base Station Receiver
# 1 Sensor Unit
# Power Adapter
# 1 Gimbal bracket
# Non-slip feet and hardware

Super Sensitive Intruder Alarm

Here is the circuit diagram of an ultra sensitive intruder alarm.The shadow of an intruder passing few meters nearby the circuit is enough to trigger the alarm.
Here IC2 uA 741 is wired as a sensitive comparator ,whose set point is set by R6 &R7.The voltage divide by LDR and R9 is given at non inverting pin of IC2.At standby mode these two voltages are set equal by adjusting R9.Now the out put (pin6) of comparator will be high.Transistor Q1 will be off.The voltage at trigger pin of IC1 will be positive and there will be no alarm.When there is an intruder near the LDR the shadow causes its resistance to increase. [...]

Window foil burglar alarm with scr

Here is a simple but effective burglar alarm circuit that can be fixed on windows to detect break throughs. The circuit uses a fine wire element fixed as a network through the window glass for sensing the break through . Normally the base of Q1 is held to ground potential by the wire element.So Q1 will be off and SCR H1 will not be conducting,and horn will be off.When the wire element is broken the base of Q1 will be raised to positive potential, Q1 will be on and so SCR H1 (TYN 612) will be ON making the horn to blow and this condition will be latched by the SCR.The circuit remains ON until the normal condition is restored or the power supply is switched OFF.

Night security light

Here is a simple circuit switches on a light around 2 hours after midnight, the time at which most of the robberies taking place.
This simple circuit is build around a CMOS IC 4060 to obtain the required timing. During day time the LDR has low resistance and keeps the pin 12 of the IC1 high, preventing the IC1 from oscillating. When it is dark the LDR resistance becomes high and the pin 12 of IC1 becomes low and the IC starts oscillating, which indicated by the flashing of LED D3.The values of the timing components R1, R2, C4 are so selected that the out put pin3 of IC1 goes high after 8 hours. That means the high output drives the triac to switch on the lamp around 2’O clock. At morning, the LDR resistance drops and the pin 12 of IC1 goes high and stops the oscillation, making the lamp OFF. The switch S1 can be used to manually ON the lamp. The capacitor C2 prevents false triggering.

Petrol Gas Switch For A Pajero

My current vehicle, a Pajero, was modified for dual fuel – ie, petrol and gas. However, it’s necessary to run the vehicle on petrol at regular intervals to stop the injectors from clogging up. This simple circuit allows the vehicle to be started using petrol and then automatically switches it to gas when the speed exceeds 45km/h and the brake pedal is pressed. Alternatively, the vehicle may be run on petrol simply by switching the existing petrol/gas switch to petrol. You can also start the vehicle on gas by pressing the brake pedal while starting the vehicle. The circuit is based on an LM324 dual op amp, with both op amps wired as comparators. It works like this: IC1a buffers the signal from the vehicle’s speed sensor and drives an output filter network (D1, a 560kO resistor and a 10µF capacitor) to produce a DC voltage that’s proportional to the vehicle’s speed.
This voltage is then applied to pin 5 of IC1b and compared with the voltage set by trimpot VR1. When pin 7 of IC1b goes high, transistor Q1 turns on. This also turns on transistor Q2 when the brake pedal is pressed (pressing the brake pedal applies +12V from the brake light circuit to Q2′s emitter). And when Q2 turns on, relay 1 turns on and its contacts switch to the gas position. Trimpot VR1 must be adjusted so that IC1b’s pin 7 output switches high when the desired trigger speed is reached (ie, 45km/h). In effect, the speed signal is AND’ed with the brake light signal to turn on the relay. The vehicle has been running this circuit for several years now and is still running well, with no further injector cleans required.
Author: J. Malnar – Copyright: Silicon Chip Electronics

Wireless Protable Intercom Voice Activated

Chamberlain wireless portable inte- Provides convenient and expandablemunication for your home- Advanced features include voice activation and monitor mode- Crystal clear secure 900 MHz digitalmunication- 1000 Foot rangeCHNLS2
Technical Details
* This wireless intercom system has an amazing 1000 ft.
* This portable wireless intercom system is fully expandable to an unlimited number of intercom stations that share 4 Channels.
* The Monitor Mode features the most advanced Voice Operated Switch (VOX) allowing you to customize sensitivity settings
* Secure 900 MHZ radio link. Compact size- each intercom unit measures less than 4″x5.5″x2″.

Low Cost Burglar Alarm For Boats

This low-cost burglar alarm employs a 12V strobe light and a truck reversing horn as the visible and audible alarm outputs while the alarm itself is a 12V horn relay and some pressure mat switches. This simple approach has the benefit that the alarm continues to operate even if the entry point is immediately closed and it draws no current while in the armed condition. To make it independent of the boat supply it runs from a single 12V or two 6V alkaline lantern batteries connected in series. These should last well in excess of two years. An advantage of a lantern battery is that it will last less than an hour while powering the alarm in its active role.
This means the alarm system will not seriously contravene noise pollution laws. If there are very strict noise regulations in your area, you can fit an alarm timer, available from some electronic shops, in the circuit between the battery positive and the key switch. The key switch can be installed in the cockpit bulkhead and connects to two normally open (NO) switches wired in parallel. One switch is a pressure mat placed on the cockpit floor near the entry, underneath a suitable piece of carpet or pliable cover. If a pressure mat is unsuitable, the main entry can be protected by a mechanical switch such as an automobile boot lid or door courtesy light switch.
The second switch can be used to protect against entry through a forward hatch or second wheelhouse door. Any number of normally open (NO) switches can be installed in this system, all wired in parallel. If the alarm is tripped, the relay closes and latches on due to the wiring of its contacts and the horn and strobe light are powered. The suggested truck reversing horn is the Hella 6023 intermittent reversing buzzer which has an 85dB sound level and a current drain of 0.9A at 12V. The suggested strobe is a Hella 1657 which has an amber lens in a weatherproof housing. This strobe flashes about once per second and the current drain at 12V is 0.25A. The strobe can be installed outside on deck or in the main cabin where its flash will be seen through most ports and windows. Wiring to both the warning horn and strobe light should be concealed.
Author: Dave Jeanes – Copyright: Silicon Chip Electronics