MotionMote – Moteino motion sensor

in sensors by DP | 1 comment

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Felix of LowPowerLab writes:

I’m calling it MotionMote because it detects motion and because pretty much every type of wireless sensor or Moteino node name ends in “mote“. The possibilities for home security are endless, put this little guy in a corner near a door or on top of a cabinet somewhere and detect them intrudaz! Did I say there’s no wires?
Read on for details and source code and case design.

You can find the the low power Moteino sketch and case plans  on Github.

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Comments

  1. Alan says:

    Unless it’s totally passive, ‘no wires” = “batteries” which must be regularly recharged, or replaced.
    Flat batteries won’t detect those intrudaz.

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