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Automatic Intruder Alarm


This is a simple single-zone burglar alarm circuit. Its features include automatic Exit and Entry delays
and a timed Bell/Siren Cut-O . Its designed to be used with the usual types of normally-closed input
devices such as magnetic reed contacts micro switches foil tape and PIRs. But it can be Easily
Modied to accept normally-open triggering devices such as pressure mats.

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Its easy to use. First check that the building is secure and that the green LED is lit. Then move SW1 to
the set position. The red LED will light. You now have about 30 seconds to leave the building. When
you return and open the door the Buzzer will sound. You then have about 30 seconds to move
SW1 to the o position. If you fail to do so the relay will energize and the Siren will sound.
While at least one of the switches in the normally-closed loop remains open the Siren will continue
to sound. However, about 15-minutes after the loop has been restored the Siren will cut-o and
the alarm will Reset. Of course, you can turn the Siren o at any time by moving SW1 to the o
position.
Because of manufacturing tolerances the precise length of any delay depends on the
characteristics of the actual components youve used in your circuit. But by altering the values of R3,
R6 & R9 you can adjust the Exit, Entry and Bell Cut-O times to suit your requirements. Increasing
the values increases the time and vice-versa.
The layout

Links
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Parts:
1x CMOS 4011
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1x BC547
1x Entry buzzer
1x Relay
1x Siren
Misc: diodes, resistors, capacitors, transistors, switches, etc.
Copyright Ron J
This entry was posted in Alarms, Circuits and tagged Alarm, Automatic, Siren on February 16, 2006
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