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Smoke Alarm

Fills home with smoke as a defence against break-in's
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When the home's motion detectors, laser grid or other measures detect an intruder in the home, artificial smoke machines in strategic places in the home (perhaps concealed in the ventalation system) activate filling the home completely with smoke, so the culprit finds stealing possessions or harming the occupant as difficult as escaping. Upon activation of the system the authorities are also notified and an alarm sounds, to further incite more panic in the trespasser.

Similar technology can be incorporated into a car alarm.

ImBack, Jan 14 2003

Anti-Robbery Smog System http://www.cstech.com.tw/ze-all-04.htm
[FarmerJohn, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

FlashFog "fog security " stops smash and grab burglars http://www.flashfogsecurity.com
Burglars just don't get the chance [aariasp, Jan 17 2005, last modified Mar 01 2010]

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       a good use for all those stockpiled chemical weapons. Can you make a car-alarm version?
rbl, Jan 14 2003
  

       Baked to a crisp. There are quite a few companies that will install this for you.
lumpy, Jan 14 2003
  

       could it play snap and pop sounds to make 'em think there was a fire?
futurebird, Jan 14 2003
  

       Yes, this is Baked. The systems sometimes use pyrotechnic smoke and sometimes oil mist smoke (like a conventional theatrical smoke machine) but they're becoming quite commmon in the UK. Cheap, non-lethal and effective.
8th of 7, Jan 15 2003
  

       Flashfog security in Canada does exactly this and they even put a strobe light with it . They don't use smoke though, but fog. see www.flashfogsecurity.com
aariasp, Jan 16 2005
  

       Theatrical smoke makes it particularly hard to breathe.
andrew1, Sep 27 2005
  
      
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