$10 Arduino Motion Alarm That WORKS! No Fees & Works ANYWHERE!

$10 Arduino Motion Alarm That WORKS! No Fees & Works ANYWHERE!

Get a text message and email any time there is motion sensed in your home!
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This is by far the best and cheapest home security motion sensor system I have seen yet. It will send you a text messgae or email any time motion is sensed in front of the sensor! Just plug it in via any micro USB charger and you will know if anyone comes in to your home, driveway or anywhere else you would like to monitor for motion.
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No longer do we need to be reliant on systems that cost us hundreds of dollars- just make one (or more) of these motion sensors and you can secure your entire home on a tight budget. Add smoke sensors, heat sensors or anything else to the unused I/O on the board- just make sure you share your code as well to help everyone!

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xxxkahunaxxx says:

is there an app that would work with iphone?

Azwar Fareed Hasni says:

Can you please use pushbullet instead of ifttt? if yes then please guide me

Adam Lee says:

Do you have the PIR in high or low mode? I can only tell you soldered it, but not the setting.

CaseHeads G says:

Does anybody want to sale me a few of these I need them for my nana who is 93 for when she gets up thur the night. Thanks let me know and we can work something out. Going to do some more research on this stuff maybe try myself but this is something I really need to keep my nana safe and help me get enough sleep so I can care for her. Thanks 🙏🏻

BlackWatch Squshyturtle 115 says:

The way you say things makes it very welcoming.

bro zhaf1 says:

Where can I find the API key plz help

A.A Reviews says:

But it uses same WiFi connection on both device which means you have to be inside home to get notified…. Am I right!

Science Experiment says:

Wow !!😯😍!!
That's really amazing project..
I love this project.. 😌❤❤❤❤❤❤
Really awesome.. ❤❤

tech gamer says:

can i make with a esp8266 01

K Spud says:

I used the code provided. Why does it send the "Alarm Detected" every 20 seconds? It does this even with the PIR disconnected. Any ideas? Thanx

cri8tor says:

How would you add an ESP8266 to the remote receiver of a Harbor Freight Wireless Security Alert System? The system is a PIR with a transmitter and a separate receiver powered by a 6V power supply or 3 C sized batteries.

bro zhaf1 says:

where can i get the api number

mcpojack says:

Found that sometimes the sketch will not load with the PIR sensor hooked up. Disconnect power to the PIR and sketch loads fine. Also this sketch runs well on a NodeMCU platform. Having a ball with this, thanks.


Is there a way to make it send the message via sms instead of using wifi to send the messages

Chris Colvin says:

What is the range on these things? Are we talking feet or inches?

peterthinks says:

Well I set it up loaded it to the board and it doesn't send me texts. The serial monitor shows the board sending something. I can hot spot it to my phone and I can see it connects when powered but it isn't sending. Any ideas? I assume it is connecting to wifi I used the phone hotspot because it lists connected devices.

Scott Martindale says:

Great Video. Is there a way to send the alarm once and stop until reset? Thanks.

caine thornley says:

how do you get to the form at 4:48?

caine thornley says:

good video but i fell as though the ifttt bit on wards was rushed

Evan Breeze says:

Can you please show the steps on IFTTT in detail?

scottriggle says:

Can't get mine to work, all i get is this:

Arduino: 1.8.5 (Mac OS X), Board: "WeMos D1 R1, 80 MHz, Flash, 4M (1M SPIFFS), v2 Lower Memory, Disabled, None, Only Sketch, 921600"

Archiving built core (caching) in: /var/folders/9p/88yc19gx1dl49bm3tmlmbxzw0000gn/T/arduino_cache_104312/core/core_esp8266_esp8266_d1_CpuFrequency_80,VTable_flash,FlashSize_4M1M,LwIPVariant_v2mss536,Debug_Disabled,DebugLevel_None____,FlashErase_none,UploadSpeed_921600_fc2358f000d81302a42e4bcdfd030528.a
Sketch uses 262908 bytes (25%) of program storage space. Maximum is 1044464 bytes.
Global variables use 29296 bytes (35%) of dynamic memory, leaving 52624 bytes for local variables. Maximum is 81920 bytes.
warning: serialport_set_baudrate: baud rate 921600 may not work
An error occurred while uploading the sketch
warning: espcomm_sync failed
error: espcomm_open failed
error: espcomm_upload_mem failed


Great video Eric. – Thanks.

Ringway Manchester says:

Really cool Eric!

squalazzo says:

everybody doing esp8266 tutorials shoud really stop putting in fixed credentials and move to the WifiManager library to manage runtime setup and additional parameters, without having to recompile or modify ANYTHING in the sketch…
p.s.: other 2 things that youtubers should avoid are using the esp01 and the dht11… they're BS…

wackychimp says:

Very cool project! How is it powered? Just a USB wall charger or something else?

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