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The next stop on our tour of the Smart Home is its exterior, including the lawn This section examines setting up a sensor on your fence s gate, along with water sensors that can help prevent overwatering your lawn
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Open door/window sensors aren t just limited to indoor use You need not use them simply to monitor your front door, windows, and so forth Rather, they can be installed outside your Smart Home to extend Smart Home functions into your yard For example, we ve installed an open/close sensor on the outside gate When connected to the rest of our Smart Home system, this can be set up to do something as intense as sounding an alarm if someone comes through the gate, simply logging the event, or going the courteous route and turning on an exterior light Outside the home, installation still follows the basics of what we ve done inside the house (flip back to 6 for a reminder) However, there are some issues that should be considered First, there is a larger danger of tampering than for sensors installed indoors Consider a gate connected to a chain-link fence It s easy enough for someone to reach through the fence and tamper with the sensor That doesn t mean you should forget installing contact sensors on the exterior of your home, but don t let your security system rely too heavily on these sensors You certainly can connect them to an alarm, but make sure other points of entry are also covered Since these sensors will be located outside, they are more susceptible to the elements As such, you can ameliorate any damage from water, snow, squirrels, or other acts of God by ensuring the butt connectors are seated securely before crimping There are also waterproof splice kits you can buy that are specifically designed for outdoor use Splices and connections can also be waterproofed by wrapping the butt connector in electrical tape, or by using some heat shrink tubing This tubing is cut to a specific length, placed over the connection, and then a hair dryer-like device called a heat gun is used to heat up the tubing, causing it to shrink and encase the connection
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If you connect a sensor to a fence gate, you can keep the wires out of sight and out of the elements by running the wire through a hollow fence post or support
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The Mini-Clik Water Sensor (shown in Figure 8-13) connects to an existing lawn watering system Retailing for US$2895, when it senses rain the sensor will turn off your sprinkler controller so you don t waste water on your lawn The Mini-Clik utilizes hygroscopic disks to sense the presence of water When it rains, these disks absorb water and simulate your lawn s drying characteristics
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Figure 8-13
The Mini-Clik water sensor (Photo courtesy of Smarthomecom)
The sensor is adjustable from 1/8 to 1 inch of water The reset rate (this is the rate at which the sensor dries out) is also adjustable There are two models of this particular product:
Normally Closed With this model, the contacts are closed when the
sensor is dry, and then opens when rain is sensed When the hygroscopic disks dry, the sensors close again This model is used to turn off the sprinkler system when it starts to rain
Normally Open With this model, the contacts are open when the
sensor is dry, then close when rain is detected This model would be used to activate a behavior (such as turning on lighting) when rain is detected This water sensor can be connected to any home automation controller, like a Stargate or our Omni II system Like the garage door sensor, this sensor can also be connected to a Powerflash module for X10 operation For example, a Mini-Clik (normally open) can be connected to the Powerflash and then plugged into an AC receptacle When the sensor detects rain, a signal can be sent to turn on interior lighting For more information on the Mini-Clik, visit the Hunter Products web site at wwwhunterindustriescom But the sensor need not only be connected to your sprinkler system Automated sprinkler systems (like those made by Hunter Products, for example) can be connected to the zone inputs of your home automation controller For example, when connecting our automated sprinkler system to the Omni II system, the solenoid of the sprinkler system is connected to the zone inputs on the Omni This allows the watering system to become an integrated part of our overall Smart Home system If the Mini-Clik sensor detects rain, a signal can be sent to
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