KR20150123193A - Smoke multi-gas detector alarm and transmitter device - Google Patents

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KR20150123193A
KR20150123193A KR1020150058234A KR20150058234A KR20150123193A KR 20150123193 A KR20150123193 A KR 20150123193A KR 1020150058234 A KR1020150058234 A KR 1020150058234A KR 20150058234 A KR20150058234 A KR 20150058234A KR 20150123193 A KR20150123193 A KR 20150123193A
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Abstract

A smoke multi-gas detector alarm and a transmitter device include a fire-retardant black box installable on the ceiling of a room. A carbon monoxide sensor is arranged on the fire-retardant black box, and detects a carbon monoxide substance in air in the room. A smoke sensor is arranged on the flame-retardant black box, and detects a smoke substance in air in the room. A combustible gas sensor is arranged on the flame-retardant black box, and detects a combustible gas material in air in the room. An audible alarm module is arranged on the fire-retardant black box, and is operated by a sensor among the sensors. A processor/memory unit is arranged on the fire-retardant black box, and is operated by a sensor among the sensors. A transmitter is arranged on the fire-retardant black box, and is operated by the processor/memory unit to transmit a warning signal (SMS or voice message) to a person on a remote computer side and a person on a mobile phone side.

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[0001] SMOKE MULTI-GAS DETECTOR ALARM AND TRANSMITTER DEVICE [0002]
The present invention relates to a home stabilization system, and more particularly, to a smoke multi-gas detector alarm and transmitter device.
Conventional smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors are only useful when an individual hears an alarm sound in the home. If the occupants of the room do not exist at the time of the fire, the building may be occupied until the neighbors notice the smoke. Emergency notifications may not occur if the structure is not very close to other buildings. Individuals may lose all of their property in a fire or worse situation, may not be able to hear the alarm, and may lose their lives. A safer alternative is required.
The smoke multi-gas detector alarm and GPRS / SMS transmitter devices are designed to alert occupants and emergency services if necessary after detecting carbon monoxide, hazardous explosive gases and smoke. Such a device will not only activate an audible or visual alarm, but will also alert the contacts by text message SMS and voice message. If the situation worsens or the alarms are not acknowledged, the emergency services will be automatically notified and the building's address and other essential information will be provided. The present invention provides security by effectively warning occupants of the emergency. If the owner is not in the home, the device can remotely notify them and appropriate authorities. Consumers will recognize the safety and efficiency that the device offers.
Many innovations to alarm systems have been provided in the prior art to be described. While these innovations may be appropriate for the particular individual purposes they handle, these innovations are different from the present invention.
First embodiment, United States Patent Publication No. 2005/0151642 by Tupler et al., Published on July 14, 2005, provides a notification of emergency services and notifies additional individuals and / or groups of emergency Systems, and devices for use in performing the same. Some embodiments provide methods for sending out emergency services and for notifying one or more additional contacts. These methods wirelessly receive a request for emergency services from a remote wireless device, retrieve an emergency contact list according to the emergency type, and send at least one emergency contact other than emergency services according to the contact list . If so, the contact is notified of a request for emergency services. Some embodiments also determine the mode of communication with the emergency contact and notify the contact according to the communication mode. Some methods determine one or more types of additional emergency services to be dispatched and notify emergency services of those types.
The second embodiment, U.S. Patent Publication No. 2010/0079278 by Suzuki et al., Published on April 1, 2010, discloses a system and method for wireless communication that includes a master station linked for wireless communications and a plurality of battery powered fire detection copy (cc) It teaches a power-saving wireless fire alarm system. Upon detection of a fire event in one of the fire detection terminals, the fire detection terminal transmits a fire detection message to the master station, the master station sequentially transmits a wakeup message to the other fire detection terminals, And transmits a fire information message to start multi-synchronous communication between the terminals. Each fire detection terminal selects an intermittent reception mode in which it only intermittently operates its own receiver until it receives information indicating a wake-up message or a fire occurrence, and the fire detection terminals send a fire information message Lt; RTI ID = 0.0 > mode, < / RTI >
U.S. Patent Publication No. 2010/0140478 to Wilson et al., Published on June 10, 2010, teaches the concentration levels of target gases, oxygen, methane, carbon monoxide and hydrogen sulphide in a gas sample from the ambient environment of the detector Teaches a gas detector arranged to sense the gas. The gas detector comprises laser sources arranged to propagate radiation through the gas sample at four target wavelengths approximately corresponding to respective absorption wavelengths of each of the target gases, And an optical detector arranged to sense intensity. The control system generates representative concentration level information for the target gases based on the absorption level of the propagated radiation.
U.S. Patent Publication No. 2011/0121968 by Hart et al., Issued May 26, 2011, discloses an alarm handset having an anti-fizzy black box, receiving a pre-selected signal from a remote transmitter, A first sensing means for sensing a change in a preselected parameter of the handset, an alarm means for generating an alarm signal, an alarm means for generating an alarm signal, and means for activating the alarm means in response to receipt of the detection signal Teaches an alarm system comprising a detector circuit comprising control means. The control means is operable to actuate the warning means in response to at least one of reception of a control signal and detection of a change in a preselected parameter of the handset.
U.S. Patent Publication No. 2011/0187543 by Russo et al., Published on August 4, 2011, discloses a fuel cell having a smoke sensor, a carbon monoxide sensor, and a 3V-9 Volts battery disposed within an enclosure that powers a gas leak sensor And home safety 911 systems, including the < RTI ID = 0.0 > The audible alarm module, the visual alarm module and the escape path module are all located within the enclosure and can be operated by one of the sensors. The "Fire 911" visual alarm display is mounted on at least one window in the house and operated remotely by a visual alarm module.
Hereinafter, it is apparent that a number of innovations for alarm systems have been provided in the prior art and are suitable for various purposes. Also, while these innovations may be suitable for the particular individual purposes they are dealing with, such innovations will therefore not be suited to the purposes of the present invention as heretofore described.
It is an object of the present invention to provide a smoke multi-gas detector alarm and a GPRS / SMS transmitter device that avoids the disadvantages of the prior art.
It is a further object of the present invention to provide a simple and inexpensive to manufacture smoke multi-gas detector alarm and a GPRS / SMS transmitter device.
Yet another object of the present invention is to provide a simple smoke multi-gas detector alarm and a GPRS / SMS transmitter device for use.
Briefly stated, another object of the present invention is to provide a smoke multi-gas detector alarm and a GPRS / SMS transmitter device comprising a fireproof black box mountable on the ceiling of a room. The carbon monoxide sensor is disposed in an anti-fouling black box to detect carbon monoxide in the airborne room. A smoke sensor is placed in the room to detect smoke in the room. A flammable gas sensor is disposed in the fire-resistant black box to detect combustible gaseous substances in the air in the room. An audible alarm module is placed in the fire-resistant black box and operated by one of the sensors. The processor / memory unit is placed in an anti-fizzy black box and operated by one of the sensors. The GPRS / SMS transmitter is placed in a fireproof black box and operated by the processor / memory unit to send a warning signal to the remote computer side person and the cell phone side person.
The novel features in which the features of the invention are considered are set forth in the appended claims. However, the invention itself will be best understood from the following description of specific embodiments thereof, when read in conjunction with the accompanying drawings, as to its construction and its method of operation, together with further objects and advantages thereof.
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1 is a block diagram illustrating various components of the present invention.
2 is a perspective view of the present invention itself.
3 is a perspective view showing that a person inputs information from a personal computer into the present invention;
4 is a perspective view showing the present invention in which an alarm is sounded to a person in a house.
5 is a perspective view showing that a person in charge is receiving information on a cellular phone from the present invention when an alarm is activated;
6 is a plan view showing that a person at an emergency service position is notified by the present invention when an alarm is activated;
As shown in FIG. 1, the present invention is a smoke multi-gas detector alarm and transmitter device 110 comprising an anti-fouling black box 112. The carbon monoxide sensor 114 is disposed in the fire-resistant black box 112 to detect carbon monoxide in the air. A smoke sensor 116 is disposed in the fire-resistant black box 112 to detect smoke in the air. A flammable gas sensor 117 is disposed in the fire-resistant black box 112 to detect combustible gaseous substances in the air. The audible alarm module 118 is disposed in the fireproof black box 112 and is operated by one of the sensors 114, 116, and 117. The processor / memory unit 120 is disposed in the fire-resistant black box 112 and is operated by one of the sensors 114, 116, and 117. The fire-resistant black box 112 has a round shape with a diameter of 4-5 inches and a height of 1.0-1.5 inches. The transmitter 122 may be located in the fireproof black box 112 and may be coupled to the processor 124 to transmit alarm signals (text messages SMS or voice messages) to the remote computer 124 and to the portable receiving unit: And is operated by the memory unit 120. In place of the cellular phone 126, there is a simpler version: a keychain device that emits or audibly sounds an audible / voice sound that is a type of detected alarm.
A transmitter 122 may be used:
General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) is most commonly used for mobile phones. The user can send and receive e-mails using GPRS, browse the Internet, and send tracking data. General Packet Radio Service is a wireless technology for GSM networks that adds a shorter set-up time, packet switching protocols, for ISP connections, which also provides the possibility for a fee by the amount of data transmitted rather than the connection time.
Short Message Service (SMS) is also often referred to also as texting, text messaging, or text messaging. The service allows short messages to be sent from one mobile phone to another or from the web to another mobile phone. Text messages, including spacing, can not exceed 160 characters by convention.
In the event that the device 110 detects smoke or fire, the GPRS / SMS sender 122 is able to detect a fire or a fire from the tower (not shown) to the SMSC and from there to its destination (the user's cell phone 126 or keychain device) Lt; / RTI > When the SMG smoke detector 116 detects smoke, the device uses the GPRS / SMS transmitter 122 to send a text message SMS to the enumerated contact in the fire and then the person confirms the alert on the SMG alarm and transmitter , And if the thermometer detects a fire, the device 110 notifies the contact [911] enumerated for emergency with the GPRS / SMS transmitter 122.
The GPRS / SMS transmitter 122 may be performed by the Teloc TLC 100. The Teloc GPRS / SMS transmitter 122 uses a GSM modem for wireless data transmission over GPRS / SMS. In addition, the transmitter 122 may be connected to thermometers, ..., and may operate as a control panel with remote controllers and programmable outputs. The device is designed to transmit data from telemetry systems, including transmission of signals from the control panel and vending machines, home automation and industry. With an online connection, it is possible to maintain uninterrupted communication by the immediate transmission of the monitored system and all events. In GPRS mode, transmitter 122 requires cooperation with a dedicated application: Teloc communication server (not shown). The communication server is software that allows the transfer of data to the monitoring station, and the transmitters provide additional functions: remote programming, configuration and software updates.
The transmitter 122 may transmit SMS text messages to the user's cellular phone 126 or keychain device via Wi-Fi or satellite signals using other technologies, such as Wi-Fi (using a wireless router) or satellite communication technology .
The device 110 further includes a USB port 128 that is disposed on the fireproof black box 112 and coupled to the processor / memory unit 120. The USB cable 130 extends between the USB port 128 and the personal computer 132 so that the necessary information can be programmed into the processor / memory circuit 120 by using the personal computer 132. [ The visual alarm module 134 is disposed in the fireproof black box 112 and is operated by one of the sensors 114, 116, and 117. The test button 136 is disposed on the fireproof black box 112 to check the operation of the carbon monoxide sensor 114, the smoke sensor 116, and the combustible gas sensor 117.
A 3V to 12 volts DC battery 138 is disposed in the fire resistant black box 112 to provide power to the carbon monoxide sensor 114, the smoke sensor 116, the combustible gas sensor 117, the processor / memory unit 120, the transmitter 122 And a test button 136, as shown in FIG. The switch 140 disposed in the fire-resistant black box 112 is electrically connected to the 3V-12 volts battery 138. The socket 142 disposed on the fireproof black box 112 is electrically connected to the switch 140. The plug 144 on the power cord 146 may engage with the socket 142. When the switch 140 is placed in the first position, a 3V-12 volts DC battery 138 will supply power. When the switch 140 is placed in the second position, the power cord 146 will supply power. The GPRS / SMS transmitter 122 also has a transmitter, which can wirelessly receive essential information directly from the personal computer 132 and then wirelessly transmit the required information to the processor / memory unit 120. The processor / memory unit 120 may be an Aligned Signal, a Honeywell, and a solid state memory 0.5 - 2 TerraBytes manufactured by Paya or similar companies. The device 110 further includes a thermometer 149 built into the fire-resistant black box 112 to detect a change in temperature.
2, the fire-resistant black box 112 is comprised of a circular shaped casing 148 made of fire resistant or refractory material selected from the group consisting of plastic and metal (e.g., steel, aluminum, copper) do.
3, the person 147 is entering the required information into the personal computer 132 and thus the required information is transferred into the processor / memory unit 120 in the fireproof black box 112 of the device 110 Can be programmed. The black box 112 may store essential information about the fire (e.g., triggered or activated timestamp recordings, recorded ambient temperature, ..., and other parameters), which may give firefighters fire, Will help to determine the cause of the disease later.
As shown in FIG. 4, the fireproof black box 112 may be mounted to a ceiling 150 of a room 152, such as in a basement of a home. The device 110 is ringing an alarm to the person 154 in the room 152.
5, the essential information from the device 110 is also being transmitted to the mobile phone 126, so that the person 156 in the workplace 158 may be alerted of the emergency.
6, the essential information from the device 110 is being transmitted to the remote computer 124, so that the person 160 at the emergency service location 162 is warned about the situation It can react immediately and send the emergency units to the room 152.
The device 110 has three different alarm tones: one alarm tone for the smoke sensor 116, one alarm tone for the carbon monoxide sensor 114, and one alarm tone for the combustible gas sensor 117 . The visual alarm module 134 may also include flashing LED lights of different colors, for example red for smoke, yellow for carbon monoxide, and green for combustible gases. Device 110 may be wireless to send text messages, voice messages, or emails to different telephone numbers and addresses or other types of notifications. The contact list (e.g., telephone numbers, e-mail addresses, ...) may be uploaded or registered on the device 110 via the USB cable 130. Multiple devices 110 may be connected to each other, so that when one device 110 is ringing, other devices 110 are also activated. Some devices 110 may be used to detect smoke by an ionizing photoelectric sensor, detect carbon monoxide by an electrochemical sensor / metal oxide semiconductor sensor, or detect only carbon dioxide by I / R infrared sensors, As shown in FIG. Device 110 may utilize GPRS / SMS, Wi-Fi network, cellular phone towers, or other communication methods. Some commercially available devices 110 may include a speaker and the ability for someone to notify the user in the event of a fire.
Other devices 110 may detect the cause of the fire, for example, electricity, combustibles (gasoline), explosives, and temperature, and relay the information to the emergency services. The SMG detector alarm & transmitter, gas detector device 110 will help if there is a malfunctioning stove, water heater, gas boiler or gas piping in the building. Another model of device 110 may be designed to detect and operate in a similar manner, for example, other types of gases or vapors, such as (natural gas, methane gas). Some of the devices 110 may be designed for specific industries such as hotels, motels, office buildings, factories, warehouses, subways, and cruise ships. The audible alarm module 118 may be loud or silent, where it may be notified first by an appropriate authority in the building (fire command) or by a text message (e.g., "smoke detected on the second floor at the Florida Avenue 600 "] Or send a call for a warning or send a warning signal to a keychain device that emits an audible / voice sound, which is a type of detected alarm, or a beeping sound.
The smoke sensor 116 may also detect smoke using an ionizable photoelectric sensor. The carbon monoxide sensor 114 may use an electrochemical sensor or a metal oxide semiconductor sensor. The device 110 also includes a built-in thermometer to detect changes in ambient or ambient temperature.
Accurate specifications may change.
It will be appreciated that each of the elements described above or two or more elements may find applications useful in other types of configurations that are different from the types described above together.
While the present invention has been illustrated and described as an embodiment of a smoke multi-gas detector alarm and a GPRS / SMS transmitter device, it should be understood that various omissions, modifications, substitutions, and changes in the form and details of the devices illustrated, It is to be understood that the invention is not limited to the details shown, since it will be understood that they may be practiced by those skilled in the art without departing from the spirit of the invention in any way. The features, shape, size, color, sound, etc. may vary depending on each model, as the technological advancement features may be added or removed to improve smoke multi-gas detector alarms and GPRS / SMS transmitter devices.
It is to be understood that the present invention may be embodied in other specific forms without departing from the spirit or scope of the present invention as defined by the appended claims. The contents can easily adapt the present invention to various applications.
110 smoke multi-gas detector alarm and GPRS / SMS transmitter device
112 SMG device 110 fireproof black box
114 carbon monoxide sensor in the fire-resistant black box 112
116 smoke sensor in the fire resistant black box 112
117 fire resistant black box 112,
118 An audible alarm module within the fireproof black box 112
The processor / memory unit 120 in the fire-
122 GPRS / SMS transmitter in fireproof black box 112
124 Remote computer
126 Mobile phone
128 USB port on the fireproof black box (112)
130 USB cable
132 personal computer
134 visual alarm module in fireproof black box 112
136 Test button on fire resistant black box (112)
138 3V-12 Volts battery in fire-resistant black box (112)
140 switch in the fire resistant black box 112
142 socket on the fireproof black box (112)
144 Plug on the power cord (146)
146 Power cord
147 person on the personal computer 132 side
148 Casing of circular shape for fireproof black box (112)
The ceiling within the 150 room (152)
152 rooms
154 people in room 152
156 people in work (158)
158 working place
160 Person in Emergency Service Location (162)
162 Emergency Service Location

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  1. A smoke multi-gas detector alarm and transmitter device,
    a) a fireproof black box that can be mounted on the ceiling of the room;
    b) a carbon monoxide sensor disposed in the fire-resistant black box for detecting airborne carbon monoxide material in the room;
    c) a smoke sensor disposed in the fire-resistant black box for detecting smoke in the air in the room;
    d) a flammable gas sensor disposed in the flammable black box for detecting flammable gaseous matter in the air in the room;
    e) an audible alarm module disposed in the fire-resistant black box and activated by one of the sensors when a fire occurs;
    f) a processor / memory unit, arranged in the fire-resistant black box for activation by one of the sensors, for recording ambient temperature and activated timestamps to help firefighters to determine the cause of the fire at a later time, ; And
    g) a transmitter disposed in the fire-resistant black box and operated by the processor / memory unit to send an alert signal to a remote computer side person and a portable receiving unit,
    Wherein the smoke multi-gas detector alarm and transmitter device comprises:
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    The transmitter may comprise a receiving unit consisting of a registered cellular phone or keychain device and a smoke multi-gas receiver, which can utilize one of the technologies consisting of GPRS / SMS, WIFI, or satellite signals to transmit the alert signal Detector alarms and transmitter devices.
  3. The method according to claim 1,
    Further comprising a USB port coupled to the processor / memory unit disposed on the fireproof black box and having a storage capacity of 0.5 - 2 TerraBytes,
    A USB cable can be extended between the USB port and the personal computer so that a person can use the personal computer to program or update the necessary information in the processor / memory unit and to list the contacts (phone numbers, e-mails) Gt; a multi-gas detector alarm and transmitter device.
  4. The method according to claim 1,
    Further comprising a visual alarm module disposed in the fire-resistant black box and operated by one of the sensors.
  5. The method according to claim 1,
    Further comprising a test button disposed in the fire-resistant black box for testing operation of the carbon monoxide sensor, the smoke sensor, and the combustible gas sensor.
  6. 6. The method of claim 5,
    Further comprising a 3V-12 volt DC battery disposed in the fire-resistant black box for supplying power to the carbon monoxide sensor, the smoke sensor, the combustible gas sensor, the processor / memory unit, the transmitter and the test button. - Gas detector alarm and transmitter devices.
  7. The method according to claim 6,
    a) a switch disposed in the fire-resistant black box and electrically connected to the 3V-12 volts battery; And
    b) a socket disposed on the fireproof black box and electrically connected to the switch,
    Further comprising:
    A plug on the power cord engages the socket such that the 3V-12 volts battery provides power when the switch is in the first position and the power cord provides power when the switch is in the second position , Smoke multi-gas detector alarm and transmitter devices.
  8. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the alert signal is a text message SMS.
  9. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the alert signal is a voice message.
  10. 3. The method of claim 2,
    Wherein the transmitter comprises a transceiver capable of wirelessly also receiving essential information directly from the personal computer and then transmitting the essential information to the processor / memory unit.
  11. The method according to claim 1,
    The fire-resistant black box is made of a material selected from the group consisting of plastic, aluminum, steel, copper and metal, and is made up of a circular shaped casing having a diameter of 4-5 inches and a height of 1.0-1.5 inches. Detector alarms and transmitter devices.
  12. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the smoke sensor comprises an ionizable sensor and a photoelectric sensor;
    Wherein the carbon monoxide sensor comprises an electrochemical sensor / metal oxide semiconductor sensor;
    Wherein the combustible gas sensor comprises an I / R infrared sensor.
  13. The method according to claim 1,
    Further comprising a thermometer built into said fire resistant black box to detect a change in temperature in said room.
  14. The method according to claim 1,
    A smoke multi-gas detector alarm and transmitter device in which, if the situation worsens, the remote computer of the appropriate agency is automatically notified of the emergency services and the address of the building and other essential information are provided.
  15. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the emergency services are automatically notified to the remote computer of the appropriate authority and the address of the building and other essential information are provided if the alarm is not acknowledged.
  16. The method according to claim 1,
    A smoke multi-gas detector alarm and transmitter device in which, when a situation worsens, the user's cell phone is automatically notified of the emergency services and the address of the building and other essential information are provided.
  17. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the emergency services are automatically notified to the user's cellular phone when the alarm is not acknowledged and the address of the building and other essential information are provided.
  18. The method according to claim 1,
    The device includes a smoke multi-gas detector alarm and transmitter having three different alarm tones: one alarm tone for the smoke sensor, one alarm tone for the carbon monoxide sensor, and one alarm tone for the combustible gas sensor device.
  19. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the visual alarm module further comprises blinking LED lights of different colors of red for smoke, yellow for carbon monoxide, and green for combustible gases.
  20. The method according to claim 1,
    A smoke multi-gas detector alarm and transmitter device, further comprising a speaker for notifying someone of a fire in the event of a fire.
  21. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the room is from one of hotels, motels, office buildings, factories, warehouses, subways, and cruise ships.
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