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'''Temp/Smoke Sensor'''  
 
'''Temp/Smoke Sensor'''  
 
* Elijah L. Lingbanan (Arduino micro version)
 
* Elijah L. Lingbanan (Arduino micro version)
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Gizduino version
 
* Rowel Cababat
 
* Rowel Cababat
 
* Joven Baluyot
 
* Joven Baluyot

Latest revision as of 07:50, 16 May 2014

Contents

[edit] Description

a cost-effective, robust, integrated multi-trigger security and alert system using off-the-shelf or recycled hardware and sensors and open-source software technologies for messaging, video streaming and recording, machine vision, video analytics, thermal and power monitoring and control. It provides multi-channel feedback (Twitter, Email, SMS, etc).

[edit] Trigger Events

  • heat (aircon not working, fire)
  • smoke (smoke detector linked to online alarm system)
  • motion (person entering/leaving building or room)
  • sound (fans, batteries failing, alarm of non-networked motion or thermal sensors)
  • power outage



alpha version of the "big plan" for smoke and heat sensors

[edit] Output

  • SMS
  • email
  • video recording
  • log recording
  • alarm (sound, light)
  • Tweet
  • phone dialling



[edit] Specs

IP camera, POE (Power Over Ethernet), direct-to-NAS recording (AFP, SAMBA, or NFS), inputs for PIR sensors, Infra Red light for night vision, mechanical IR-Cut Filter Switch (basic surveillance functions incorporated into the camera; camera sends stream when preset event occurs; system send SMS/email), NAS (www.nas4free.org - ZSF file system 4 TB RAID Z2)





[edit] Smoke and Temp Module

Proximity-sensors-controls.jpg

This module monitors room temperature independent of on-board temperature sensors (also monitored) in our servers. It is especially useful in keeping optimal temperature for DILC's data center. Cooling the room too much is a waste of energy. Temperature readings are occasionally verified using 3rd-party thermal instruments.



Controller:

Gizduino X (see manual)


Sensors:

Arduino micro for aircon control
temp: LM 35. See this
smoke


temperature monitoring screen

Shields:

ethernet. See also Arduino Ethernet Shield





[edit] Web-Available Aircon Control

More info





[edit] Motion Detection and Video Monitoring Module

Logbank cams.png

  • combination of mid-, low-end; recycled, old, new cams
  • redundant off-site recordings (continuous and motion-activated events) and picture snapshots
old camera parts
Interns doing camera configuration

  • motion sensors compensate for "blind spots"
sample night vision shot










[edit] Proximity Sensor via Ultrasonic Sonar Module

More Info




[edit] Power Monitoring Module

  • uses embedded sensors to monitor temperature and power outage and recovery
power summary
UPS temp reading for a day




  • redundant power-failure alert system
UPS Notice from Site 1 (Mezza North)
UPS Notice from Site 2







[edit] NAS Module





[edit] Messaging Module

part of a GSM Dongles dashboard @DILC







[edit] Webapps and Dashboard Module

Framework Choices: Twisted, Nodejs or alternatives
  • to incorporate streams of data from sensors embedded in equipment




[edit] Developers


Temperature Sensor Dashboard

  • Karen Calado
  • Harell Juanico


Temp/Smoke Sensor

  • Elijah L. Lingbanan (Arduino micro version)


Gizduino version

  • Rowel Cababat
  • Joven Baluyot
  • Carlito Graza
  • Erickson Sombillo


Video Monitoring

  • Bonifacio Badilla
  • Zandro Paul Abadiac


AC Remote Sensor

  • Elijah Lingbanan
  • Emannuel Abalain


Proximity Sensor

  • Chris Manuel Garcia




[edit] Readings

Power Monitoring



Sensors



Video



SMS





[edit] See Also





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