Security System Using Laser Rays

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  • Brand: Orion iTech Solutions
    Product Code: SB01/EC118
    Security is a most important factor today. Technology develops day by day in the world. The crime gang also improves their technology to perform their operation. So technology of security should be modern with time to protect the crime works. 

    We decide to make a security project as our project. In this project we have used laser light to cover a large area.

    We know laser light goes through long distance without scattering effect. It’s also visible only at source and incident point, otherwise invisible. These two properties help us to build up a modern security system, which may name as “Laser Security”. 

    When any person or object crossover the laser line the security alarm will ringing and also the focus light will “on” to focus the entrance of unauthorized person. We can make a security boundary of single laser light by using mirror at every corner for reflection.

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    Q1. Where we can implement this project?

    Ans1. We can implement this project in security systems, it can be used in any building or premises to avoid any stranger to enter into it.  

    Q2. What is the full form of LASER?

    Ans2. The full form of LASER is Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission Radiation.

    Q3. Why we are using the laser rays as one of the best sources of security systems?

    Ans3.Laser is one of the best light emitting source of monochromatic light rays so it will provide an efficient signal to the system and very less prone to outside disturbances. 

    Q4. Why some laser rays are invisible and some visible?

    Ans4. Laser is invisible and visible according to the wavelength (or frequency) and intensity of the beam, as well as the type and amount of impurities in the air. The beam must be of a wavelength that is visible to humans, and fog or dust scatters the light very strongly so that you can see it. 

    Q5.Why impedance becomes very low when rays are incident on the LDR? 

    Ans5. LDR is light dependent resistor which incident light on a photo resistor exceeds a certain frequency, photons absorbed by the semiconductor give bound electrons enough energy to jump into the conduction band. The resulting free electrons (and their hole partners) conduct electricity, thereby lowering resistance.