This time I made a door and windows state monitor for a friend which is building a new house.
The specifications are pretty simple :
- Check the state of each window
- 2x 2 parts sliding doors
- 1x 3 parts sliding door
- 1x door
- 1x hopper
- 1x 2 parts sliding windows
- 2x tilt and turn
- 3x 2 casements windows
- 1x garage door
- Hidden sensors
- Web enabled state reading
- 2 power sources
- Normal power supply
- Back-up power supply from the alarm
- Wired sensors (most secured and no battery)
- A single isolated output representing the global Doors and Windows state for an external alarm with the possibility to exclude some sensor of the global state
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