GNU Phantom.Security is a computer controlled security system.
GNU Phantom.Security uses a simple electronic circuit that you build (the
circuit diagram is included, and can be completed by even a novice with minimal
electronics experience... or get a friend to do it :) ). The device
(Phantom.Controller) is connected to a parallel port on your computer. You
can connect security devices to Phantom.Controller such as door magnets, motion
sensors, and smoke detectors! You can usually use any off-the-shelf item with
a simple modification. Examples and sample setups are included in the GNU
Phantom.Security package. GNU Phantom.Security can be used in small home or
office settings or can be expanded into a large networked system!
GNU Phantom.Security can be found on http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/phantom/security or one of the
The latest news/updates/binaries to GNU Phantom.Security can be obtained from http://www.joethielen.com.
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Please send any questions or comments to email@example.com.
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Please send comments on these web pages to email@example.com, send other questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Updated: 30 May 2000 tower