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Low volume for high temp alarm


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Hi!

My first topic!

Changed parameter 30 (temperature threshold) to 15 degrees and took it out from the fridge. When temperature rised above 15 

degrees the alarm went on and I got a push notification. But the volume was way to low! If its supposed to wake you up in case of fire

(of course with standard setting of 55 degres) it must be much higher. When pushing the test button on the device I got a 

proper volume. I hope that this high volume is standard when it detects smoke but I also want the high volume when the temperature rises above 55 degrees.

Or?

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To detect the exact temperature ranges you have to use the standard measuring and sensor devices that can monitor and detect even the small changes.

To detect the temperature changes you can use a temperature measuring devices like thermometers.

 

As you said you want to detect the smoke levels also, for this you can use smoke detectors. These devices are specifically dedicated to detect the smoke levels any small changes in the smoke level can be easily detected by these devices.

 

To know more about such a devices you can explore here: 

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