Low Power Wireless Smoke Alarm System in Home Fires
AbstractA novel sensing device for fire detection in domestic environments is presented. The fire detector uses a combination of several sensors that not only detect smoke, but discriminate between different types of smoke. This feature avoids false alarms and warns of different situations. Power consumption is optimized both in terms of hardware and software, providing a high degree of autonomy of almost five years. Data gathered from the device are transmitted through a wireless communication to a base station. The low cost and compact design provides wide application prospects. View Full-Text
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Luis, J.A.; Galán, J.A.G.; Espigado, J.A. Low Power Wireless Smoke Alarm System in Home Fires. Sensors 2015, 15, 20717-20729.
Luis JA, Galán JAG, Espigado JA. Low Power Wireless Smoke Alarm System in Home Fires. Sensors. 2015; 15(8):20717-20729.Chicago/Turabian Style
Luis, Juan A.; Galán, Juan A.G.; Espigado, Javier A. 2015. "Low Power Wireless Smoke Alarm System in Home Fires." Sensors 15, no. 8: 20717-20729.