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COMPUTERIZED AUTOMATED FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM USING JAVA SCRIPT

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ABSTRACT

FIRE ALARM SYSTEM PLAYS AN IMPORTANT ROLE in maintaining and monitoring the safe of all kind environment and situations. However the usability of many existing fire alarm system is well known but could be produce with high cost. Subsequently, it is not affordable for the low income users. The main objective of this project is to produce a prototype of Fire Detection program with low cost. The microcontroller has two main systems, the detection system and the monitoring system.
The detection system operates as the fire detection components which are flame detector, smoke detector and heat detector. This project discusses the design and implementation of a fire alarm system using the microcontroller which operates the entire system.
The detectors are place in a parallel in different levels in a building. Any signal from each detector at any level is monitored using the sensor system. The monitoring system is developed using the Java Script.
The Fire Detection program is been programmed in such a way  by using the micro sensor . From the experiment done.,  detect fire, smoke flame and heat. Hopefully with the development of the microcontroller based remote fire outbreak monitor, it helps all the users at home an in the office against fire outbreak.


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Certification Page    ----------------------------------------------------------
Dedication -------------------------------------------------------------------
Acknowledgement ---------------------------------------------------------
Abstract ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Table of content ------------------------------------------------------------
CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION
1.1     Background Of The Study    ------------------------------------------1   
1.2     Statement of The Problem      ------------------------------------------2
1.3     Aim and Objectives Of The Study     ----------------------------------2
1.4     Significance Of The Study      ------------------------------------------2-3
1.5     Scope and Delimitation Of The Study    --------------------------------3
1.6     Definition of Operational Terms       ----------------------------------3-4
CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1        Introduction     ----------------------------------------------------------------5-6
2.2    Theories and Model Relevance        -----------------------------------------6-7
2.3.   The 8051 Family of Microcontroller             -------------------------------11
2.4.   The 8051 Instruction Set        -------------------------------------------------11
2.5.   The 8051 Application       -----------------------------------------------------11-12
2.6.    The Electromagnetic Spectrum                 ----------------------------------12-14
2.7.     System Components Description    ------------------------------------------15-19
CHAPTER THREE: SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
3.1     Introduction                 ------------------------------------------------------------20
3.2     Analysis of the Existing System                  ---------------------------------20-21
3.3     Weakness of the Existing System                 ---------------------------------21
3.4     Data Collection Techniques               ----------------------------------------21-22
3.5     Analysis of the Proposed System                  ------------------------------22-23
3.5.1 Algorithm             --------------------------------------------------------------23-24
3.5.2 System Flowchart              ---------------------------------------------------24
3.6     Database Design             --------------------------------------------------------25
CHAPTER FOUR: SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION
4.1 Program Development--------------------------------------------------------26
4.2 System Requirement----------------------------------------------------------26
4.2.1 Software Requirement-----------------------------------------------------26
4.2.2 Hardware Requirement----------------------------------------------------26-27
4.3 System Interface--------------------------------------------------------------27
4.3.1 Input Interface---------------------------------------------------------------28
4.3.2 Output Interface-------------------------------------------------------------29
4.4       System Performance-------------------------------------------------------30-31
4.5     System Training   -----------------------------------------------------------31-32
4.6     conversions to the Proposed System        --------------------------------32-32
4.7     System Documentation    ---------------------------------------------------32
4.7.1 Operational Manual      -------------------------------------------------------32
4.7.2 User’s Manual     --------------------------------------------------------------33
4.8   System Maintenance       ------------------------------------------------------33
CHAPTER FIVE:    SUMMARY, RECOMMENDATION AND CONCLUSION
5.1 Summary -------------------------------------------------------------------------34
5.2 Recommendation   --------------------------------------------------------------34
5.3 Conclusion    ---------------------------------------------------------------------34-35
Reference
Appendix I
Appendix II

COMPUTERIZED AUTOMATED FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM USING JAVA SCRIPT

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Type Project
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Project ID CPU1545
Price ₦3,000 ($9)
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    Type Project
    Department Computer Science
    Project ID CPU1545
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 67 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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