Turn your old Android Smartphone into a home alarm system via the Irdroid AlarmBug magnetic sensor for Android
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Irdroid AlarmBug

Turn your old Android Smartphone into a home security alarm system via the Irdroid AlarmBug magnetic sensor for Android

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How it works

The Irdroid Alarm System App for Android is installed in the user’s smartphone and the Irdroid magnetic door sensor accessory (the Irdroid AlarmBug ) connected to the smartphone via the 3.5mm audio jack. Once someone opens the door/window where the system is installed the user gets notified via email and there is also a local notification with great psychological effect on the intruders (“Security Breach , Police are on their way!”)

Application features:

  • Local on-screen notifications
  • Remote notifications with text and email
  • Blinking text notifications
  • Compatible with Android 4.4+
  • High quality magnetic sensor accessory with a 3.5mm 4 pole Audio Jack connection.
  • 4 screws for fixing the magnetic sensor accessory (the movable and not movable parts) / or adhesive tape fixing.
  • Open source software application for Android
  • Notification for Open/Close events
  • Tamper protection (triggers alarm if someone disconnects the accessory)
  • Easy installation - in less than one minute (just attach the Irdroid AlarmBug to your smartphone and start the App)

Requirements:

  • Android 4.4 or greater
  • The Irdroid alarmbug magnetic sensor for Android

Module Kit:

Infrared AlarmBug module kit can be purchased from https://irdroid.eu/product/irdroid-alarm-system/

Module Technical []

Operation principle -> https://irdroid.eu/turn-old-phone-security-alarm-system-android/

Irdroid AlarmBug @ Google Play

Contribution:

Want to contribute and help further developing Irdroid AlarmBug ? Pull requests are welcome via the project GitHub repository.