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SUBMITTED TO: APPLICANT : PROJECT TITLE : Desig n Co. Lt d, San Dieg o, CA D t ec t i o n Inc, San Dieg o, CA Int e g r a t e d Tem p e r a t u r e De t e c t i o n as a Senior Caps t o n e Desi g n Projec t PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS: Glen Paulus Ryan Payn e Jas o n Richar d Sco t t Pryz bils ki Frank Choi PROJECT PERIOD : 20 08 DATE SUBMITTED: AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE : __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Dr. Lal Tum m a l a Co-Foun d e r Desi g n Co Lt d. Tele p h o n e: (619) 594-7 013 AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE : __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Joh n Kenne d y Co-Foun d e r Desi g n Co Lt d. 4 Ma rch 2 0 0 8 22 Jan u a r y 2 0 0 8 t o 19 M a y

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Table of Contents
List o f Figure s an d Ta bl e s: ........................................................................................................................3 1. Abs t r a c t : ..................................................................................................................................................4 2. Pro bl e m De f i ni t i o n: ................................................................................................................................5 Cus t o m e r Requir e m e n t s : ........................................................................................................................5 Descri p t i o n o f t h e Sys t e m : ...................................................................................................................5 Func ti o n a l i t y: .......................................................................................................................................5 Conce p t u a l Desi g n: .............................................................................................................................6 3. Sys t e m Desi g n: .......................................................................................................................................7 Back g r o u n d Rese a r c h: .............................................................................................................................7 Func ti o n a l Dia g r a m s: ..............................................................................................................................9 Full Sys t e m Ov e r vi e w: ........................................................................................................................9 Tem p e r a t u r e Ran g e Uni t: ..................................................................................................................9 Field Pro g r a m m i n g Uni t: ......................................................................................................................11 Cons t r a i n t s: ........................................................................................................................................12 4. Tes t i n g an d Veri fic a t i o n: .......................................................................................................................14 Tes t i n g Proce d u r e s: ...............................................................................................................................14 Bench m a r k s: ............................................................................................................................................15

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5. Proj ec t Plan: ..........................................................................................................................................15 Task Deco m p o s i t i o n, Sched ulin g an d Projec t M a n a g e m e n t : ..............................................................15 Indivi du al Resp o n si b ili t i e s: .................................................................................................................15 Bud g e t : ...................................................................................................................................................16 6. Re f e r e n c e s: ............................................................................................................................................18

List of Figures and Tables:


Figure 1: Conce p t Ima g e o f Tem p e r a t u r e Ran g e Uni t ............................................................... Figure 2: Conce p t Ima g e o f Field Pro g r a m m i n g Uni t ................................................................ Figure 3: Full Sys t e m Block Dia g r a m ........................................................................................... Figure 4: Block Dia g r a m o f Tem p e r a t u r e Ran g e Uni t ............................................................... Figure 5: Block Dia g r a m o f Field Pro g r a m m i n g Uni t .................................................................. Tabl e 1: Pro t o t y p e Bud g e t o f Tem p e r a t u r e Ran g e Uni t an d Pro g r a m m i n g Uni t .................. Tabl e 2: Pro d uc t i o n Bud g e t (10 0 0 Uni t s) o f Tem p e r a t u r e Ran g e Uni t an d Pro g r a m m i n g Uni t ................................................................................................................................................

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1. Abstract:
We w e r e given t h e t a s k o f desi g ni n g a wirel e s s t e m p e r a t u r e sens o r th a t w o ul d have pr o g r a m m a b l e th r e s h o l d s an d w o ul d be com p a t i b l e wi t h D t ec t i o n Incor p o r a t e d s curren t sys t e m . For t hi s t a s k w e nee d t o desi g n, build an d in t e g r a t e a tr a n s m i t t i n g uni t as w ell as a fi el d pr o g r a m m i n g uni t. This pr o d u c t is bein g desi g n e d f o r m a s s pr o d u c t i o n an d t h e r e f o r e our t r a d eo f f s be t w e e n f e a t u r e s, per f o r m a n c e an d po w e r w e r e cri tic al in t h e selec t i o n o f com p o n e n t s an d t o t a l desi g n. Once impl e m e n t e d , t hi s sys t e m will go int o im m e d i a t e use f o r our exis t i n g

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cus t o m e r s. Our lo w-cos t, lo w-po w e r desi g n will re f l ec t t h e sa m e ide al s t h a t m a d e th e exis t i n g w a t e r leak de t e c t i o n sys t e m success f u l.

2. Problem Definition:
Customer Requirements:
The success o f t h e D t ec t- 10 0 w a t e r leak de t e c t i o n sys t e m spur r e d in t e r e s t f r o m our curren t cus t o m e r s in t o ex p a n d i n g th e exis t i n g sys t e m t o includ e o t h e r t y p e s o f sens o r s, m o s t no t a b l y a t e m p e r a t u r e ran g e sens o r. The Universi t y o f Cali f o r ni a San Dieg o Risk M a n a g e m e n t Tea m firs t ap p r o a c h e d us wi t h t h e pr o b l e m o f m al f u n c t i o n s in t h e clim a t e con t r o l in th ei r lab o r a t o r i e s which resul t e d in loss o f preci o u s rese a rc h m a t e r i a l s. Thes e m al f u n c t i o n s w e r e no t disco v e r e d un til irre p a r a b l e da m a g e ha d be e n don e t o th ei r rese a rc h. Since our curren t sys t e m can limi t pr o p e r t y da m a g e by earl y no t i f i c a t i o n o f w a t e r leaks, t h e n ap pl yi n g t h e sa m e t y p e o f sys t e m t o a t e m p e r a t u r e ran g e sens o r shoul d be abl e t o limi t da m a g e caus e d by t e m p e r a t u r e rela t e d issues. The t e m p e r a t u r e ran g e sens o r will hav e a di f f e r e n t se t o f ap p lic a t i o n s an d req ui r e m e n t s t h a n t h e leak de t e c t o r while in t e g r a t i n g wi t h th e curren t back-end o f th e sys t e m an d pre s e r vi n g th e lo w-cos t, lo w-po w e r f e a t u r e s o f t h e w a t e r leak de t e c t o r . Since th e ini ti al conce p t f o r th e t e m p e r a t u r e ran g e sens o r o t h e r cus t o m e r s hav e con t a c t e d us ab o u t using t h e device f o r res t a u r a n t re f ri g e r a t o r s as w ell as a gen e r a l clim a t e con t r o l no t i f i c a t i o n t o o l. When impl e m e n t e d this t e m p e r a t u r e ran g e sys t e m will help t o sav e valu a b l e rese a rc h, as w ell as servin g th e vari e t y o f cus t o m e r nee d s in t e m p e r a t u r e sensi t i v e envir o n m e n t s .

Description of the System:


Functionality: Due t o th e na t u r e o f t hi s sys t e m an d t h e pr oc e s s o f in t e g r a t i n g in t o th e exis t i n g leak de t e c t i o n sys t e m , t h e r e are sever a l key requi r e m e n t s as w ell as so m e pre f e r a b l e f e a t u r e s o f t h e t e m p e r a t u r e ran g e uni t: Int e g r a t e wi t h th e exis t i n g ba s e s t a t i o n an d cen t r a l serve r. Se t an d m o di f y t e m p e r a t u r e th r e s h o l d limi t s durin g pr o g r a m m i n g an d in t h e fi el d. Rea d a t e m p e r a t u r e accur a t e t o C. Poss e s s a uniqu e seri al num b e r an d regis t e r t o t h e ba s e s t a t i o n wi t h t h a t num b e r.

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Use lo w e r po w e r in t h e har d w a r e desi g n as w ell as so f t w a r e ap plic a t i o n. Com m u nic a t e alar m s, heal t h an d sche d ul e d check-ins wi t h th e bas e st a t i o n. Soun d an au di bl e local alar m in ad d i t i o n t o bas e st a t i o n res p o n s e. Cap a b l e o f ad di n g a wir e d rem o t e t e m p e r a t u r e sens o r.

The fi el d pr o g r a m m i n g uni t will hav e so m e speci f ic f e a t u r e s as w ell: Connec t seri ally t o t h e t e m p e r a t u r e ran g e sens o r. Displ a y t h e curren t pr o g r a m m e d th r e s h o l d s as w ell as ne w th r e s h o l d s t o be se t wh e n conn ec t e d t o th e t e m p e r a t u r e ran g e sens o r. Se t an d chan g e t h e sensi t i vi t y level o f th e ou t o f ran g e err o r s. Han d h e l d an d ba t t e r y 9V ba t t e r y po w e r e d.

Conceptual Design: The t e m p e r a t u r e ran g e uni t, while no t requir e d, shoul d ap p e a r sm all an d incons picu o u s. The casin g f r o m th e ori gin al leak de t e c t o r is our st a n d a r d f o r size an d gen e r a l ap p e a r a n c e. The uni t will only req uir e t w o bu t t o n s f o r regis t r a t i o n an d t o silence alar m s. Ther e will be an ex t e r n a l seri al jack t o com m u nic a t e wi t h t h e fi el d pr o g r a m m i n g uni t. The fi el d pr o g r a m m i n g uni t will use th e one displ a y t o sho w th e curren t an d ne w t e m p e r a t u r e t h r e s h o l d s an d sensi t i vi t y. The conn ec t i o n be t w e e n th e fi el d pr o g r a m m i n g uni t an d t h e t e m p e r a t u r e ran g e uni t, as men t i o n e d, will be seri al an d uses an ex t e r n a l cor d.

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Figure 1: Concep t Image of Te m p e rat u re Range Uni t

Field Programming Unit Design:

Figure 2: Conce pt Image of Fiel d Progra m m i n g Uni t

3. System Design:
Background Research:
The firs t m aj o r por t i o n o f this pr oj ec t is gainin g com pl e t e und e r s t a n d i n g t h e exis t i n g sys t e m . This po r t i o n o f th e pr oj ec t will involve a com pl e t e an al y si s o f t h e wir el es s tr a n s m i s si o n. All relev a n t in f o r m a t i o n reg a r d i n g th e wirel e s s t r a n s m i s si o n, includin g seri al num b e r an d fl a g s,

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mus t be iden t i f i e d an d f ull y docu m e n t e d . Also, t h e op e r a t i n g fr e q u e n c y, da t a ra t e, da t a direc t i o n (bi-direc t i o n a l or uni-direc t i o n a l), an d me t h o d o f enco di n g mus t be de t e r m i n e d. This t a s k will en t a il rever s e engi n e e ri n g t h e wir el es s pa yl o a d, se t t i n g up a sui t a b l e t e s t sys t e m t o em ul a t e th e curren t sys t e m , an d th e n var yin g th e fl a g s t o fully docu m e n t th ei r me a ni n g s. The nex t por t i o n o f this pr oj ec t will involv e fi g u ri n g ou t ho w t o pr o g r a m th e t e m p e r a t u r e t h r e s h o l d s on t h e uni t. M a n y ide a s hav e bee n pr o p o s e d. They ran g e fr o m ba n k s o f dips w i t c h e s, t o ro t a r y enco d e r kno b s, t o a por t a b l e han d h e l d pr o g r a m m e r. For eas e o f use t o t h e end user, w e have elec t e d t o buil d a por t a b l e di gi t a l pr o g r a m m e r. This uni t will allo w t h e user t o selec t t h e desire d t e m p e r a t u r e th r e s h o l d s on an LCD dis pl a y an d t h e n pr o g r a m th e m in t o th e t e m p e r a t u r e ran g e uni t. There is very lit t l e da t a th a t will be exch a n g e d be t w e e n t h e pr o g r a m m e r an d th e uni t. For this rea s o n w e have elec t e d t o use a very sim pl e seri al in t e r f a c e t h a t will u tilize th e buil t in UARTs on each microc o n t r o l l e r. The t e m p e r a t u r e ran g e uni t als o has very st ric t bu d g e t an d op e r a t i n g requi r e m e n t s . The curren t leak de t e c t i o n sens o r is desi g n e d t o hav e an ex t r e m e l y lo w bill o f m a t e r i a l s, an d w e mus t s t riv e t o do t h e sa m e. It is als o speci f i e d t o have an ex t r e m e l y lon g ba t t e r y life (>5 yea r s on 4 AAA ba t t e r i e s). A larg e po r t i o n o f our ti m e will nee d t o be spe n t inves t i g a t i n g po w e r req ui r e m e n t s f o r di f f e r e n t devices, while also f a c t o r i n g in t h ei r cos t. We have deci d e d th a t f o r t h e t e m p e r a t u r e ran g e uni t w e will utilize t h e Tex a s Ins t r u m e n t s MSP43 0 F1122. This micr oc o n t r o l l e r is f ai rl y lo w cos t an d als o has an ex t r e m e l y lo w st a n d b y curren t. We have also deci d e d t o utilize t h e build in A/D conve r t e r in this micr oc o n t r o l l e r t o incor p o r a t e a very lo w cos t an al o g t e m p e r a t u r e sens o r. The A/D conve r t e r will also be use d t o de t e c t a lo w ba t t e r y con di t i o n. The pr o g r a m m e r do e s no t hav e such st ric t requir e m e n t s bec a u s e it will only be use d in f r e q u e n t l y t o chan g e t e m p e r a t u r e t h r e s h o l d s. Ba t t e r y life is no t as imp o r t a n t , bu t cos t is s till a concer n. For t hi s reas o n, w e hav e deci d e d t o u tilize th e PIC16F883 f o r t h e micr oc o n t r o l l e r. This pa r t is lo w cos t an d f e a t u r e fille d an d will allo w us t o easily in t e r f a c e an LCD, mul t i p l e bu t t o n s, an d a seri al int e r f a c e f o r pr o g r a m m i n g th e t e m p e r a t u r e ran g e uni t. The par t als o has a buil t in A/D conv er t e r t o de t e c t a lo w ba t t e r y con di t i o n on th e pr o g r a m m e r. Due t o th e vol t a g e an d

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curren t req ui r e m e n t s o f t h e LCD, as w ell as th e na t u r e o f havin g a po r t a b l e device, w e will t r y t o u tilize a sm aller-size d po w e r source, m os t likely a nine-vol t ba t t e r y.

Functional Diagrams:
Due t o th e na t u r e o f t hi s sys t e m , w e have seve r al dia g r a m s. There is t h e bl ock dia g r a m de t a i li n g t h e f ull sys t e m f r o m an ou t o f ran g e t e m p e r a t u r e t o t h e end user bein g no t i f i e d. In ad di t i o n w e also hav e t h e dia g r a m s o f th e nor m a l op e r a t i o n o f bo t h t h e t e m p e r a t u r e ran g e sens o r an d t h e fi el d pr o g r a m m i n g uni t. Full System Overview:
Transmitter Detects Temperature Change and Sounds Local Alarm Wireless Transmission is Sent Base Station Processes Alarm

Temperature Out of Range

Phone Calls are Placed

Central Server

User 1

User 2

User 9

Email and Text Messages are Sent

Alarm Data is Logged

Figure 3: Ful l Syste m Bl oc k Diagra m

Temperature Range Unit:

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Buttons

Analog Temp Sensor MCP9700 Speaker

Battery 6 Volts

Voltage Regulator 3.3 Volt

MIcroController TI-MSP430F1122

Radio

LED Field Programming Unit Serial Interface

Figure 4: Bl oc k Diag ra m of Te m pe rat u re Range Uni t

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LCD 2 x 20

Voltage Regulator 5 Volt

MicroController PIC16F883

Serial Interface

Temperature Range Unit

Battery 9 Volt

Buttons

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Constraints: Performance Requirements: The t e m p e r a t u r e ran g e uni t mus t me e t m a n y s t ric t req uir e m e n t s reg a r d i n g m a n u f a c t u r a b i li t y. It nee d s t o be lo w cos t, phy sic all y sm all, an d dur a b l e. It mus t also be eas y f o r th e end user t o con f i g u r e an d de pl o y a t th ei r loca t i o n. The t e m p e r a t u r e ran g e uni t mus t als o mee t cer t a i n requir e m e n t s reg a r d i n g fu nc t i o n a l i t y. It nee d s t o have a lon g ba t t e r y life, hav e go o d wir el es s ran g e, an d be abl e t o sea m l e s sl y in t e g r a t e wi t h th e exis t i n g sys t e m desi g n e d by D t ec t i o n. The t e m p e r a t u r e ran g e uni t shoul d be abl e t o de t e c t t e m p e r a t u r e vari a t i o n s t o wi t h i n C. It shoul d hav e a pr o g r a m m a b l e limi t on ho w m a n y ti m e s, in successi o n, th e th r e s h o l d mus t be cross e d t o t ri g g e r an alar m. It shoul d be abl e t o sens e a lo w ba t t e r y con di t i o n an d rep o r t its fin di n g s on check-in wi t h th e bas e s t a t i o n. Economic: The m ain ap p e a l o f this sys t e m is th a t w e pr o vi d e lo w cos t, relia bl e pr o t e c t i o n. Our t e m p e r a t u r e ran g e uni t, in qu a n t i t y , has a price t a r g e t o f $10. There is fl e xi bili t y in t hi s ho w e v e r bec a u s e t h e r e is a larg e pr o f i t m a r g i n f o r th e com p a n y. The fi el d pr o g r a m m i n g uni t has m o r e fl e xi bl e cos t s. We are s till t a r g e t i n g a lo w cos t ap plic a t i o n, bu t this pr o g r a m m i n g uni t will be use d in f a r lesser qu a n t i t i e s bo t h t o t h e com p a n y an d th e cus t o m e r an d repr e s e n t s a one-ti m e cos t. Environmental and Social: The uni t s are desi g n e d t o be cos t e f f i ci e n t an d desi g n e d t o save th e cus t o m e r m o n e y, w hich in t u r n will hav e po si t i v e envir o n m e n t a l an d soci al e f f e c t s . The es ti m a t e d 5 ye a r ba t t e r y life o f th e uni t sup p o r t s t hi s st a t e m e n t . Also our sys t e m will pr o t e c t fr o m loss o f perish a b l e

inven t o r y in cer t a i n ap plic a t i o n s, which will prev e n t unneces s a r y w a s t e. Standards and Legislation: Al t h o u g h th e FCC will no t be t e s t i n g our pr o d u c t f o r th e pur p o s e o f t hi s pr oj ec t, w e s till mus t desi g n th e sys t e m so t h a t w h e n t hi s pr o d u c t go e s int o pr o d u c t i o n, it will com pl y will FCC reg ul a t i o n s. Speci fic all y par t 15 o f th e FCC Rules which says:

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M a rch 4, 2 0 0 8 Operation is subject to the following 2 conditions (1) This device may not cause harmful interference and (2) this device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesirable operation. In ad d i t i o n t o th a t , th e regul a t i o n t h a t m o s t concer n s us is ab o u t t h e wirel e s s sign al w e sen d. We are only per m i t t e d t o tr a n s m i t f o r less th a n one seco n d durin g any singl e t r a n s m i s si o n. This shoul d no t be a pr o b l e m t o us, bu t is a f a c t o r w e nee d t o consi d e r wh e n com m u nic a t i n g t o t h e ba s e st a t i o n. Maintainability: The t e m p e r a t u r e ran g e uni t is desi g n e d t o be com p a t i b l e wi t h so f t w a r e chan g e s, as w ell as th e abili t y t o correc t de f e c t s an d err o r s wi t h i n t h e so f t w a r e . The micr oc o n t r o l l e r has 4K o f av ail a bl e me m o r y an d w e an t i ci p a t e this ap p lic a t i o n usin g ar o u n d 2K o f th a t me m o r y, which leav e s us ro o m f o r ex p a n si o n. The har d w a r e will be desi g n e d so t h a t wi t h o u t very m a n y chan g e s w e will be abl e t o impl e m e n t a humi di t y sens o r a t a la t e r da t e. Serviceability: The service a b ili t y o f t hi s pr o d u c t is m ainl y han dl e d th r o u g h th e pre-exis t i n g sys t e m . The cen t r a l serv e r m o ni t o r s t h e s t a t u s o f each indivi d u al t e m p e r a t u r e ran g e uni t. In our so f t w a r e w e will impl e m e n t a f e a t u r e th a t will allo w t h e uni t t o com m u n ic a t e wi t h th e ba s e st a t i o n on a pse u d o- ran d o m sche d ul e. Durin g t hi s ti m e, t h e resul t o f th e lo w-ba t t e r y t e s t th a t w e per f o r m in t h e uni t will be ou t p u t . If th e r e is a lo w ba t t e r y con di t i o n, a fl a g will be se t. If th e bas e s t a t i o n do e s no t receive any com m u n ic a t i o n it will aler t th e serve r. Tha t los t com m u n ic a t i o n will aler t us o f any t r a n s m i s si o n or f a t a l err o r s. Manufacturability: The m a n u f a c t u r a b i li t y o f this pr o d u c t is an im p o r t a n t as p ec t. The uni t is bein g desi g n e d wi t h lo w cos t pa r t s t h a t will be av ail a bl e f o r m a s s pr o d u c t i o n ove rs e a s. We are also goin g t o ad d al t e r n a t i v e f o o t p r i n t s on t h e bo a r d in case o f issues wi t h par t av ail a b ili t y.

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4. Testing and Verification:


Testing Procedures:
For t e s t i n g o f t h e Tem p e r a t u r e Ran g e Uni t w e will hav e t o impl e m e n t bo t h so f t w a r e an d har d w a r e t e s t s. The m os t imp o r t a n t t e s t in th e har d w a r e, besi d e s t h e ba sic f u nc t i o n i n g o f th e uni t, will be th e t e m p e r a t u r e sens o r. The sens o r will nee d t o mee t our per f o r m a n c e req ui r e m e n t s an d our calcula t i o n s mus t be correc t in th e pr oc e s si n g o f t h e sign al. For t hi s w e will be doin g vari o u s w hi t e- bo x t e s t s. For accur ac y t e s t i n g, w e hav e be e n given preli min a r y per m i s si o n t o use t h e Envir o n m e n t a l Tes t Cha m b e r equi p m e n t . This will ena bl e us t o per f o r m com p a r i s o n t e s t i n g be t w e e n our sys t e m an d a m or e accur a t e, po s si bl y mercur y, t h e r m o m e t e r . This will allo w f o r de m o n s t r a t i o n t e s t i n g as w ell, wh e r e w e will be abl e t o me a s u r e vari a t i o n s in t e m p e r a t u r e an d bre a k t h e t h r e s h o l d s on th e up p e r an d lo w e r end s o f our ran g e t o tri g g e r alar m s. The so f t w a r e on t hi s uni t will be t e s t e d in a num b e r o f w a y s. We will be pa t h t e s t i n g each o f th e bu t t o n s an d f u nc t i o n s t h a t are po s si bl e in t h e uni t. These t w o t e s t s al on g wi t h a visual insp ec t i o n o f t h e cod e will be th e m os t e f f e c t i v e w a y s t o t e s t an d o t h e r t e s t pr oc e d u r e s will be ad d e d wh e n or if necess a r y. Tes t i n g on t h e Field Pro g r a m m i n g Uni t will be m o s t l y so f t w a r e t e s t i n g. Basic t e s t i n g o f t h e har d w a r e will nee d t o be do n e t o de t e r m i n e mini m u m f u nc t i o n a l i t y. The so f t w a r e will nee d t o be pa t h t e s t e d like th e Tem p e r a t u r e Ran g e Uni t. The o t h e r imp o r t a n t t e s t f o r th e pr o g r a m m i n g uni t will be bo u n d a r y t e s t i n g. Becaus e th e user is int e r f a c i n g wi t h th e pr o g r a m m i n g uni t in a cap aci t y wh e r e invali d inf o r m a t i o n coul d be en t e r e d, bou n d a r y t e s t i n g is cri tic al. Errors mus t arise wh e n t h e t e m p e r a t u r e is se t ou t s i d e o f t h e ran g e speci fi e d by our user m a n u a l. O t h e r th a n th a t our int e r f a c e shoul d be sim pl e enou g h th a t very f e w err o r s will be po s si bl e. The as p ec t o f th e seri al com m u nic a t i o n be t w e e n th e Field Pro g r a m m i n g Uni t an d t h e Tem p e r a t u r e Ran g e Senso r will als o nee d t o be t e s t e d . We will do this by ho o ki n g bo t h uni t s t o oscillosc o p e s an d rea d i n g t h e ou t p u t , as w ell as rea d i n g an d com p a r i n g th e resul t s o f our Cyclic Redu n d a n c y Checks. The las t t hi n g t h a t will nee d t o be t e s t e d is t h e int e g r a t i o n o f t h e sys t e m . This will involv e t h e exis t i n g w e b s i t e an d bas e s t a t i o n as w ell as our in t e r a c t i o n wi t h it usin g our Tem p e r a t u r e Ran g e Sens o r. This will m os t l y be th e pa t h t e s t i n g while allo w i n g th e full sys t e m

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t o op e r a t e . A t t hi s s t a g e w e will be abl e t o ad d in Black Box t e s t i n g wh e r e a repr e s e n t a t i v e f r o m th e com p a n y w h o is f a m i li a r wi t h th e leak de t e c t i o n sys t e m will be given ba sic ins t r u c t i o n s on t h e op e r a t i o n o f t h e Tem p e r a t u r e Ran g e Uni t. Durin g this s t a g e o f t e s t i n g w e w o ul d use t h e Field Pro g r a m m i n g Uni t as w ell. This w a y th e user will be abl e t o t e s t t h e full sys t e m f r o m st a r t t o end. This w o ul d includ e t h e pa t h t e s t i n g as w ell. If ti m e per m i t s w e will em pl o y a be t a t e s t se t u p t o t r a c k any po s si bl e de f e c t s.

Benchmarks:
The pr oj ec t will be op e r a t i n g a t an acce p t a b l e level, wh e n th e com p a n y says th e pr o d u c t is op e r a t i n g a t an acce p t a b l e level. By th e st a n d a r d s th a t w e r e ou t li n e d f o r us once w e have in t e g r a t i o n wi t h t h e sys t e m an d t h e o t h e r mus t hav e requir e m e n t s are me t. This me a n s th a t once w e have th e high e s t pri o ri t y requi r e m e n t s me t, t h e n w e hav e crea t e d so m e t h i n g acce p t a b l e, bu t w e will no t be don e un til each requi r e m e n t is me t, or w e have an acce p t a b l e rea s o n f o r no t mee t i n g th e requir e m e n t .

5. Project Plan:
Task Decomposition, Scheduling and Project Management:
The success f u l dev el o p m e n t o f D t e c t i o n s Tem p e r a t u r e Ran g e Sens o r Sys t e m will be t r a c k e d by me a n s o f a G a n t t char t. Each w e e k, t e a m me m b e r s will be assi g n e d sep a r a t e t a s k s t o pa r all el t hi s char t (see Ap p e n d i x A). This will ensur e consis t e n t pr o g r e s s th r o u g h all cri tic al ph a s e s o f dev el o p m e n t : Rese a r c h, Desi g n, Pro t o t y p i n g, Int e g r a t i o n an d Fabric a t i o n. Individual Responsibilities: In ad d i t i o n t o t ech nic al res p o n si b ili t i e s, each t e a m me m b e r has bee n assi g n e d a non-t ec h nic al res p o n si bili t y. Proj ec t M a n a g e r .. Ryan Pay n e Web si t e Devel o p e r Sco t t Przy b yl s ki Par t s M a n a g e r Jas o n Richar d Technical Edi t o r Glen Paulus Pres e n t a t i o n Coor di n a t o r . Frank Choi

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Budget:

Ite m #

Descri p t i o n

Qu a n t i t y

Unit Cos t

To t a l Cos t

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

TI MSP43 0 Series Devel o p m e n t Kit 2x2 0 Backli t Displ a y Micr oc o n t r o l l e r (TI MSP43 0 F1122) Micr oc o n t r o l l e r (PIC16F883) 3.3 Vol t LDO Reg ul a t o r 5.0 Vol t LD O Regul a t o r (ON-Semi MC78LC33) (ON-Semi MC78LC5 0)

1 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 7 X

$112.75 $19.36 SAMPLED SAMPLED SAMPLED SAMPLED SAMPLED SAMPLED $1.50 LAB SUPPLIES

$112.75 $19.36 SAMPLED SAMPLED SAMPLED SAMPLED SAMPLED SAMPLED $10.5 0 LAB SUPPLIES $28 0 0 0 . 0 0

Ra di o Tran s m i t t e r (At m e l T5753) Ther m a l Sens o r (Micr ochi p MCP97 0 0 ) Bu t t o n s Miscella n e o u s dio d e s, sm all sign a l tr a n si s t o r s, resis t o r s, cap a ci t o r s

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Engin e e rin g Cos t s (5 engin e e r s x 4 hour s/d a y x 4 0 da y s @ $35 d olla r s/h o u r)

$56 0 0 . 0 0 To t a l

$28142.61

Table 1: Protot y p e Bud g et of Te m p e rat u r e Range Uni t and Progra m m i n g Uni t

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Ite m # 1 2x2 0 Backli t Displ a y

Descri p t i o n

Qu a n t i t y 10 0 0

Unit Cos t $14.0 0

To t a l Cos t $140 0 0 . 0 0

2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Micr oc o n t r o l l e r (TI MSP43 0 F1122) Micr oc o n t r o l l e r (PIC16F883) 3.3 Vol t LDO Reg ul a t o r 5.0 Vol t LD O Regul a t o r (ON-Semi MC78LC33) (ON-Semi MC78LC5 0)

10 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 70 0 0

$2.5 0 $1.59 $0.36 $0.36 $1.73 $0.18 $1.50

$25 0 0 . 0 0 $159 0. 0 0 $36 0. 0 0 $36 0. 0 0 $173 0. 0 0 $180. 0 0 $105 0 0 . 0 0

Ra di o Tran s m i t t e r (At m e l T5753) Ther m a l Sens o r (Micr ochi p MCP97 0 0 ) Bu t t o n s

Miscella n e o u s dio d e s, sm all sign a l tr a n si s t o r s, resis t o r s, cap a ci t o r s

10 0 0

$0.18

$180. 0 0

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Access o r i e s (Ba t t e r y p ack, spe a k e r) Pro d u c t Casin g

10 0 0 10 0 0

$1.0 0 $0.35 To t a l

$10 0 0 . 0 0 $35 0. 0 0 $3275 0. 0 0

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Field Pro g r a m m i n g Unit (Each) Te m p e r a t u r e Ran g e Unit (Each)

$27.21

$5.54

Table 2: Prod uc t i o n Bud get (1000 Uni ts) of Te m p e rat u r e Range Uni t and Progra m m i n g Uni t

6. References:
1. Tex a s Ins t r u m e n t s . Mixe d Sign al Micr oc o n t r o l l e r. Tex a s Ins t r u m e n t s . Aug 2 0 0 4 . 4 M a r 2 0 0 8. ht t p ://f oc u s. t i.co m/li t/ d s/sy m li nk/ m s p 4 3 0 f 112 2.p d f 2. Tex a s Ins t r u m e n t s . MSP43 0 x1 x x Family: Users Gui d e. Tex a s Ins t r u m e n t s . 2 0 0 6 . 4 M ar 2 0 0 8. ht t p ://f oc u s. t i.co m/li t/u g/sl a u 0 4 9 f / sl a u 0 4 9 f . p d f 3. Micr ochi p. Enha nce d Flash-Base d 8-bi t CM OS Micr oc o n t r o l l e r s wi t h nan o W a t t Techn ol o g y. Micr ochi p. 2 0 0 8. 4 M a r 2 0 0 8. h t t p :// w w1.micr ochi p.co m/ d o w n l o a d s/ e n/De vice D o c/41291E.pd f 4. Micr ochi p. Lo w-Po w e r Linear Ac ti v e Ther m i s t o r ICs. Micr ochi p. 2 0 0 7 . 4 M a r 2 0 0 8 . ht t p :// w w1.micr ochi p.co m/ d o w n l o a d s/ e n/D e vice D o c/21942 d. p d f 5. Fede r al Com m u nic a t i o n s Com m i s si o n. Rules & Regul a t i o n s: 47 CFR Par t 15. FCC. 2 0 Sep t 2 0 0 7. 4 M a r 2 0 0 8. ht t p ://w w w . f c c. g o v/ o e t /i n f o / r ul e s/ p a r t1 5/p a r t1 5-9-2 0-0 7. p d f

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6. M acCo n n ell, J.W. Trans m i t t e r Typ e Mess a g e De f i ni t i o n s. D t e c t i o n Inc. 8 Feb 2 0 0 8 . 4 M ar 2 0 0 8. 7. Bar t h, M a t t . Trans m i t t e r O p e r a t i o n s M a n u a l. D t ec t i o n Inc. 2 0 June 2 0 0 7 . 4 M a r 2 0 0 8 . 8. A t m e l. UHF ASK/FSK Trans m i t t e r . A t m e l. Feb 2 0 0 7 . 4 M ar 2 0 0 8 . h t t p :// w w w . a t m e l. f i/ d y n/res o u rc e s/ p r o d _ d o c u m e n t s / d o c 4 51 0. p d f

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