RIT Multi-Disciplinary Senior Design
Security Sensor Pet Immunity Test Device (Rat Simulator)
Table of Contents
General Project InformationBosch Security needed a device that is capable of simulating the thermal and motion characteristics of a rat or other small animal. This device would be used to ensure that their sensors would not detect a small animal causing a false alarm.
Listing of File Locations:
Project SummaryProject Summary v2.doc (Updated 3/29/07)
Project Readiness PackageProject Readiness Package.doc (Updated 3/15/07)
Pet Immunity TestsThese are a couple of the testing standards that this device could be used for.
ANS/SIA PIR-01-20004.5.2 Rodents
A PIR shall not trip when a "mouse" moves on the floor of a protected area, across the PIR's sensitive zone and within the PIR's rated range, at a speed of 0.5 meters/sec. The mouse is represented by a cylinder of 3.8 cm (1.5") diameter and 7.6 cm (3") length, with emissivity of 0.90 or greater, and temperature contrast of 5.5C (10F) above ambient.
China Test6.6.2 Pet Immunity
The detector should install at the installation height recommended by factory, and adjust to the best performance statues.
Uses a metal stick with 150 mm long and 30 mm diameter to make the simulation of pets. Makes dark processing on the surface of the metal stick to enable it to approach 0.9 compared to the radiate rate. In the stick has the electric heating component to make the metal surface temperature to be higher then the environment temperature 4+/-0.5C.
Places the stick horizontally on the non metallic small frame with the height above floor is not bigger then 100 mm pull the frame with the non metallic string, repeatedly the test at different places of the detector's detecting coverage with the speed of 1.0+/-0.2 m/s. The test result should conform to requirements of item 5.5.2.
Organizational & Team Information
|Name||Discipline||Team Role||Area of Responsibility|
|Jeffrey Ouellette||Mechanical Engineer||Project Manager||Track & Heating System|
|Sophie Su||Electrical Engineer||Individual Contributor||User Interface|
|Geoff Will||Electrical Engineer||Individual Contributor||Continuous Speed Measurement|
|Sarfraz Khwaja||Electrical Engineer||Individual Contributor||Motion Control|
Senior Design Schedules10 Week Senior Design 1 Schedule
MSDI Schedule v2.mpp
10 Week Senior Design 2 Schedule
MSDII Schedule v2.mpp
(Schedules are Microsoft Project files. These can be opened in the Gleason, CEDA, and ME computer Labs.)
Weekly Progress ReportsProgress Report Listing
System Level Design
Needs & SpecificationsNeeds Assessment v4.doc (Updated 4/36/07)
Specifications v6.xls (Updated 4/30/07)
QFD Matrix v4.xls (Updated 4/12/07)
Functional DiagramFunction Diagram v3.doc
Concept DevelopmentConcept Brainstorming v1.doc
Detailed DesignRC Car Parts
Complete Drawing Package
Purchasing InformationComplete Parts List v3.xls (Updated 11/16/07)
Testing InformationGeneral Test Plan.doc
Summary of Test Data.doc