Design and in Prototype Implementation of Fire Detection and Intelligent Alarm System

DANIEL, D. DASIG and JR, JR (2015) Design and in Prototype Implementation of Fire Detection and Intelligent Alarm System. In: International Conference on Advances in Computing, Control and Networking - ACCN 2015, 21 - 22 February 2015, Hotel Lebua at State Tower.

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The design has been developed since the social and economic cost of natural disasters which has increased in recent years due to population growth, change in land use patterns, migration and unplanned urbanization, environmental degradation and global climate change. Catastrophic disasters include fires, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tropical cyclones, floods, and droughts. Fire considered being natural or manmade, thus the management shall provide safety of the building occupant. The design consists of five major circuits to compensate the system operation. It includes Detection and Initiating Devices (DEADS), Notification Devices (NODES), Central Station Monitor (CSM), Annunciation Devices (ANODES) and the Suppression Circuitry. The DEADS is composed of a smoke detector and smoke ionization sensors which transmit initiated signal to CSM. The NODES are active devices like smoke alarms, and speakers attached to every room designed to give alarms to the room occupants. The Central Station Monitor designed with Arduino Uno as the Microcontroller served as the brain of the system interfaced with PHP & MySQL. The ANODES works once fire cannot be suppressed by the system itself, thereby when the fire department and other incident team needs to be contacted. The suppressor composed of robotic-arm connected to the water supply, fire hydrants, and sprinkler heads.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: fire detection, fire alarm, ionization sensor, Arduino Uno, suppression system
Depositing User: Mr. John Steve
Date Deposited: 09 May 2019 11:44
Last Modified: 09 May 2019 11:44

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