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August 07, 2012, at 11:48 PM by 174.28.37.150 -
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In addition to those i have installed a on/off remote between the inside door and the screen door, so one can toggle it all off and not wait for the timeout when leaving at the end of the day. (currently only installed along the side door, will mount another one up front soon)

You can also from home/smartphone check and see if anyone is in the carpeted meeting room/side entry room by using this link (copy and paste it into your bookmarks, rather than bookmarking the resulting page due to the fact web-browsers strip off the authentication,

http://camera:camera@androidwebkey.com/quelab3/screenshot.jpg?hnnnwn1294253747846

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In addition to those i have installed a on/off remote between the inside door and the screen door, so one can toggle it all off and not wait for the timeout when leaving at the end of the day. (currently one remote is installed inside the screendoor on the front and on the side door)

Occupancy camera, http://quelab.dyndns-free.com:8099/IMAGE.JPG?cidx=20128804349303505

You can also from home/smartphone check and see if anyone is in the carpeted meeting room/side entry room by using this link (copy and paste it into your bookmarks, rather than bookmarking the resulting page due to the fact web-browsers strip off the authentication,

http://camera:camera@androidwebkey.com/quelab3/screenshot.jpg?hnnnwn1294253747846

January 06, 2012, at 11:19 AM by adric -
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January 06, 2012, at 11:11 AM by adric -
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January 06, 2012, at 11:11 AM by adric -
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January 06, 2012, at 11:11 AM by adric -
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You can also from home/smartphone check and see if anyone is in the carpeted meeting room/side entry room by using this link (copy and paste it into your bookmarks, rather than bookmarking the resulting page due to the fact web-browsers strip off the authentication, http://camera:camera@androidwebkey.com/quelab3/screenshot.jpg?hnnnwn1294253747846

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You can also from home/smartphone check and see if anyone is in the carpeted meeting room/side entry room by using this link (copy and paste it into your bookmarks, rather than bookmarking the resulting page due to the fact web-browsers strip off the authentication,

http://camera:camera@androidwebkey.com/quelab3/screenshot.jpg?hnnnwn1294253747846

January 06, 2012, at 11:09 AM by adric -
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In addition to those i have installed a on/off remote between the inside door and the screen door, so one can toggle it all off and not wait for the timeout when leaving at the end of the day. (currently only installed along the side door, will mount another one up front soon)

to:

In addition to those i have installed a on/off remote between the inside door and the screen door, so one can toggle it all off and not wait for the timeout when leaving at the end of the day. (currently only installed along the side door, will mount another one up front soon)

You can also from home/smartphone check and see if anyone is in the carpeted meeting room/side entry room by using this link (copy and paste it into your bookmarks, rather than bookmarking the resulting page due to the fact web-browsers strip off the authentication, http://camera:camera@androidwebkey.com/quelab3/screenshot.jpg?hnnnwn1294253747846

January 06, 2012, at 11:06 AM by adric -
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Currently we have two occupancy indicators.

One is a script gabe hacked up: Which looks for new Macaddresses on the wireless: http://lan.quelab.net

And the other is a X10 controled light: In the now rented out front of the building, I installed a small 6" florescent light and a x10 transceiver module, This is temporarily mounted behind the "Quelab" Sign in the window, along with a big dayglow arrow pointing people to the side door. This illuminates the sign pretty well. This light will come on automatically when someone crosses the PIR sensor in the carpeted room, (our side door room) and will stay on for 30min after that point it will switch off and await more motion, This should make for a pretty accurate indication for folks driving by that we are (or recently were)home.

Next step: is to have something more pretty than a laser printed sign, and possibly tweak the time out down a bit and/or add additional motion sensors.

Updated Still no sign, but we did add on a big LED light mounted to the inside of the side door, and ran wiring to allow us to autmate it, also setup a lamp jusat inside the front door, that is also automated so nobody has to stumble across the room to turn on the light.

In addition to both of those i have installed a on/off remote between the inside door and the screen door, so one can toggle it all off and not wait for the timeout when leaving at the end of the day.

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Currently we have twoone occupancy indicators.

One is a script gabe hacked up: Which looks for new Macaddresses on the wireless: http://lan.quelab.net

And the other are X10 controled light's/Quelab sign/Open Sign/porchlight:

Now if anyone walks through the carpeted room, a PIR sensor fires, and turns on the Open sign, the porch light, the overhead entry room light, and a small lamp by the side door, these all should power off after 30min of no activity. This should let you know if anyone is home or atleast recently was (sorry if this fools a few people)

In addition to those i have installed a on/off remote between the inside door and the screen door, so one can toggle it all off and not wait for the timeout when leaving at the end of the day. (currently only installed along the side door, will mount another one up front soon)

January 05, 2011, at 11:21 AM by Adric -
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Updated Still no sign, but we did add on a big LED light mounted to the inside of the side door, and ran wiring to allow us to autmate it, also setup a lamp jusat inside the front door, that is also automated so nobody has to stumble across the room to turn on the light.

In addition to both of those i have installed a on/off remote between the inside door and the screen door, so one can toggle it all off and not wait for the timeout when leaving at the end of the day.

November 18, 2010, at 03:59 PM by Adric -
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Currently we have two occupancy indicators.

One is a script gabe hacked up: Which looks for new Macaddresses on the wireless: http://lan.quelab.net

And the other is a X10 controled light: In the now rented out front of the building, I installed a small 6" florescent light and a x10 transceiver module, This is temporarily mounted behind the "Quelab" Sign in the window, along with a big dayglow arrow pointing people to the side door. This illuminates the sign pretty well. This light will come on automatically when someone crosses the PIR sensor in the carpeted room, (our side door room) and will stay on for 30min after that point it will switch off and await more motion, This should make for a pretty accurate indication for folks driving by that we are (or recently were)home.

Next step: is to have something more pretty than a laser printed sign, and possibly tweak the time out down a bit and/or add additional motion sensors.