Cheap and effective home-made SMS alarm solution. Make a compact alarm device with with minimum effort using PIC clicker, GSM click, Relay click and Motion sensor board. Kit also features right angle GSM antenna, four 1x8 stacking connectors as well as 10 Wire Jumpers (female-to-female).
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This is revised SMS Home Alarm project with new parts and old funtion - catch the intruder. The alarm is very simple. Once powered up it needs to be armed with a single click of a button. Then it will start to continuously read data coming from motion sensor. This sensor is used to detect movement in indoor perimeter. You can customize the treshold required to trigger the alarm. If a movement is detected system will automatically send SMS to predefined phone number. You'll have 10 seconds to disarm it, or alarm will go off. Siren or any other device can be activated if connected to Relay click boards.
Rubber Antenna 2.4GHz right angle
The Motion Sensor Board includes the AMN11112 sensor that is capable of detecting changes in infrared radiation in the surrounding.
Wire Jumpers Female to Female (15 cm length, 10pcs - different color)
GSM Click is an add-on board in mikroBUS form factor which is a perfect solution for adding GSM/GPRS communication layer to your device.
1x26 Stacking Header
RELAY click can control various devices with up to 5A, 250V AC/30V DC loads. It features two G6D1AASI-5DC power PCB relay modules. The click is designed to run on 5V power supply only. RELAY click communicates with the target microcontroller via mikroBUS™ PWM (RL1) and CS (RL2) pins.
PIC clicker is an amazingly compact starter development kit which brings innovative mikroBUS™ host socket to your favorite microcontroller. It carries an PIC18F47J53, a 8-bit PIC® microcontroller, with a built-in USB-HID bootloader that makes it easy to program.
If you are a beginner this is probably the best starting point for you. It is always nice and interesting to make something useful. The project works with a motion sensor which reports its' own state through a simple GPIO pin. Then we have the Relay click board which can also be controlled with simple GPIO pins ...