It detects visible light and infrared (IR) in the range of 430 nm – 1100 nm.
Visible light and IR from the fire activate the sensor to trigger the alarm.
Filip Pavlovic and Marko Cmuk conducted basic research in the field of Industrial Internet of Things (IIo T) solutions and Augmented Reality (AR) applications in the energy sector.
Upcoming technologies, such as digital substations, will change the way we build power plants and substations in the electrical grid, which is why the thesis topics have become our students research work.
Asked about plans after graduation, Filip replies: “I want to stay at HELB and continue to work on this research and its further development.
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This system requires involvement of a wide range of engineering including mechanical electrical and electronics.
This project is available at: High-Impedance Audio Buffer With JFET This is an ultra-sensitive fire sensor that activates an alarm when it detects fire.
In this circuit, a sensitive PIN diode is used as a fire sensor for longer-range fire detection.