Smoke and Heat Detector

Smoke and Heat Detector Solutions from Texas Instruments.

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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. Texas Instruments solutions offer our customers a few ways to mitigate this issue. For instance, an ultra-low power method to duty-cycle sensor end nodes described in our the Humidity and Temperature Sensor Node enabling 10+ Year Battery Life reference design , could be used to enable designs that provide several years of care free operation.

With the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) smoke detectors are becoming smarter and more innovative. TI solutions offer several ways to achieve wireless connectivity via mesh and star networks. TI also shows ways to design in advanced features while reducing system size and cost.

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Application Notes (4)

Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
HTM 8 KB 21 Apr 2015 2161
HTM 9 KB 31 Jul 2007 374
HTM 8 KB 18 Sep 2006 591
PDF 145 KB 25 Feb 2005 236
    

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Selection Guides (2)

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PDF 5.35 MB 23 Mar 2016 18962
PDF 1.26 MB 30 Mar 2010 3065

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PDF 960 KB 21 Mar 2016 5311
PDF 776 KB 26 Oct 2015 5492
PDF 905 KB 31 Jul 2014 3162
PDF 658 KB 09 Jul 2014 2363
PDF 393 KB 27 Jun 2014 13702

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