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October 24, 2014 AT 2:00 am

Door Lock Monitor Project @Raspberry_Pi #raspberrypi #piday

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This project tutorial posted by p-brane for element14‘s Forget Me Not Design Challenge shows you how to build your own Door Lock Monitor powered by a Raspberry Pi:

My original proposal for a door lock monitor using the EnOcean STM 320U Magnetic Contact Transmitter Module is shown in Figure 1. In this proposal, I planed to remove the reed switch from the module and re-attach it with wires so that the reed switch could be placed in a hole drilled into the frame and sit just shy of the bolt went the lock was engaged. The bolt would have a thin magnet glued to it to provide the magnetic field to engage the reed switch.

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