Smoke Detector Rework for Remote Use With Experiments

Introduction: Smoke Detector Rework for Remote Use With Experiments

One of the guys on our forum (TEEP forum) came up with the great idea of placing a Smoke Alarm over his Bedini work station, I have gone a little further with this idea.

I do all my experiments out in the Shed, if I put a smoke alarm out the and something was to happen over night I would have no idea it was happening, I doubt I would ever hear it.

So to combat this problem I have reworked a smoke alarm to work remotely.

many of you will find this a easy task but for those whom are not so keen I have created a detailed video on how to do it.....

hope you all enjoy... and please thumbs up my vids if you think I've done a good job :)

If you enjoy my experiments, Come join me at teep.forumco.com

Take care all :D



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    5 Discussions

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    Tuohy14
    Tuohy14

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Hey ... im makin a project that involves makin a device that detects smoke but it has to be small it cannot be d size of d average smoke detector ... any help about making it would be a appreciated thanks

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    dalmond1
    dalmond1

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Maybe look into Arduino mate, they have just about everything you'll want for such a project, however I've never built one so that is all the help I can offer. but that will get you off to a running start

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    liamsullivan_

    Hi there,
    I really wish to carry out this project, but the video "does not exist"...I'd be really happy if someone could post the correct link, please?
    Thank you

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    DIY-Guy
    DIY-Guy

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for the video, it did a pretty good job of teaching.
    A PDF with macro shots would be very nice for letting people save the instructable on their own computers for reference.

    Keep it up!
    DIY-Guy