Home Built DIY Home Security Alarm System

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A Complete Home Security System developed according to each clients requirements this alarm is built from scratch, while obtaining circuits from the internet which then were subject to several modifications and prototype testing.

Feature Included -

24/7 UPS Backup in event of mains failure or intruder attempting to disconnect the mains.
6 Zones each with Individual Status and temper indications with Reset
Timable Exit / Entry Mode to activate Alarm after leaving home.
Buzzer to indicate Exit / Entry timer count down.
External Siren to activate in armed when away from home
IN HOUSE / OUT HOUSE mode with programmable features
Instant Zone Sensor for securing vaults and safes.
High pitch In built Police Siren Simulator
Panic & Tamper Proof resistant.
External Hard Wire Tamper Proofed - Alarm will trigger if any hard wires leaving unit is cut.
Emergency Breaker Units - Operates in 'IN HOUSE' mode to de activate doors while leaving the rest of the house secured.
High Quality Flame Resistant Polychrome Casing.
Heavy Duty Industrial Key Switch.

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    k1sdl

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Sounds good, so let's have the details with schematic, theory of operation, etc. This is just a teaser.

    So... Where are the plans, schematics, and technical information? I would like to have a look and try to build and maybe design some enhancements (such as a computer interface for monitoring, alerts, etc).

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    samulswan

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Many popular home security systems to protect homes in other ways, not only sounding alarms, they are also able to call people to let you know that your house is burgled. Many memories will select the authorities to them as soon as alarms,the alarm is triggered.


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    jrsblbwaqasOO9

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    I would not suggest using the same type of break sensor, as it is easily bypassed.

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    techipal

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Sorry guy's... I'm new to this site... Am Still working out on the 'Instructable part' pardon me..... !!!!! I'l have it done soon......

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