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Discussion in 'General Preparedness Discussion' started by bunkerbob, Oct 28, 2010.

  1. bunkerbob

    bunkerbob Supporting Member

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    This mornings project is for those of you that are into night vision equipment and perimeter security issues.
    As some of you know I have IR camera's set up on all 4 sides of my house which are connected with all of the TVs in the rooms and bunker. Through a video sequencer unit that was wired in when we built the home, a multiplexed video feed can be set to manual or automatic, which then switches cameras every few seconds or so and give me a view of the outside even in the dark. One of the problems I have is to know if someone is in the perimeter beyond the 50' camera invisible IR light range.
    I have come up with a modified battery operated motion detector that can be located further out in the yard and will only come on when motion is detected.
     
    Last edited: Nov 29, 2010
  2. lotsoflead

    lotsoflead Well-Known Member

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    if everyone is sleeping, are you somehow awakened if something is withoin the perimeter?
     

  3. bunkerbob

    bunkerbob Supporting Member

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    Yes, I have a program on my computer called Multiviewer connected through a USB port via a capture device that will show up to 4 cameras at once. It has a motion sensing option, that can be adjusted for sensitivity and record activity on whichever camera feed it detects movement on. This includes a audible alarm also.
     
  4. sailaway

    sailaway Well-Known Member

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    Wow Bob, all I wanted was a pair of night vision goggles.:scratch
     
  5. lotsoflead

    lotsoflead Well-Known Member

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    now all you need to do is hook everything up to as recorder that will sound like it is in back of a tresspasser and says "freeze and put your hands in the air". I'll bet it would scare the crap out of anyone.
     
  6. bunkerbob

    bunkerbob Supporting Member

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    I found a site that sells a motion detector that when activated barks like a large angry dog Secure Dog Barking Dog Motion Detector Alarm System...
    I thought that a recording that would say "stop where you are" followed by the slide action racking sound of a 870 Remington shotgun would be more effective.
     
  7. lotsoflead

    lotsoflead Well-Known Member

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    most intruders think they're going to supprize someone and when they hear a voice and the slide behind them, i'll bet they either lose all their water or fill their pants. lol