Gas Leakage Detector using Arduino and GSM Module with SMS Alert and Sound Alarm




We have published lots of interesting arduino projects like GSM based Fire Alarm System , Line Following Robot, RFID Based Access Control System and many other useful projects. This time, we are publishing a highly useful home application – Gas Leakage Detector using Arduino and GSM Module with SMS Alert and Sound Alarm.  We have published an LPG  Sensor Project using Arduino and MQ2 sensor before – which senses lpg leak and produces sound alarm. The project also has a relay system which turns ON or OFF a particular device upon gas leak (say we can turn the main electrical supply OFF upon gas leak to prevent fire).

So let’s come to our project!Gas-Leakage-Detector-using-Arduino




Objectives of the Project

  • Detect Gas Leakage (like LPG leak, Butane leak, Methane leak) or any such petroleum based gaseous substance that can be detected using MQ5 Sensor.
  • Setup an SMS based Alert Mechanism and send 3 SMS (3 alert messages) to 2 specified mobile numbers (input inside the arduino program)
  • Produce a sound alarm upon gas leak and stop the alarm once gas leak is under control (gas presence in atmosphere is under normal range)
  • Display status in an LCD using a 16×2 LCD module.

Lets begin to build our project – Gas/LPG leakage detector with SMS Alert and Sound Alarm!.

I recommend you read the following tutorials before building this project!

1. Interfacing MQ5 Sensor to Arduino – teaches you how to interface MQ5 LPG sensor to Arduino and read values using analog or digital out pins of the MQ5 module.

READ  Prepaid Energy Meter using GSM and Arduino

Gas_Leakage_Detection_System_with_GSM_Module_Sound_Alarm_schematic

Read More: Gas Leakage Detector using Arduino and GSM Module with SMS Alert and Sound Alarm




Clip to Evernote

Leave a Comment

(Spamcheck Enabled)

Read previous post:
Arduino Vacuum Gauge Display
Arduino Vacuum Gauge Display

Initial testing. Ignore the humidity sensor, that was for something else. The vacuum gauge outputs 0-10VDC. This had to be...

Close
Scroll to top