Smoke and Heat Detector

Your repository for smoke and heat detector design resources


Standalone wirelessly connected and wired smoke detectors are often dependent on very low power. In a residential home, short battery life is simply a nuisance. In a commercial building high power means higher costs and more maintenance. TI offers our customers a few ways to mitigate this issue:

  • An ultra-low power method to duty-cycle sensor end nodes described in the humidity and temperature sensor node enabling 10+ year battery life designs
  • Solutions to achieve wireless connectivity via mesh and star networks
  • Several ways to design in advanced features while reducing system size and cost

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Application Notes (8)

Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
HTM 8 KB 13 Mar 2018 1188
PDF 2.19 MB 07 Nov 2017 2595
PDF 141 KB 05 Dec 2016 514
HTM 8 KB 29 Nov 2016 214
PDF 271 KB 02 Nov 2016 258
HTM 8 KB 18 Oct 2016 97
HTM 8 KB 19 Jul 2016 268
HTM 8 KB 21 Apr 2015 644

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White Papers (2)

Title Abstract Type Size (MB) Date Views
PDF 1.23 MB 10 Jan 2018 1143
PDF 1.37 MB 22 Mar 2016 401

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