08/23/2016 at 23:57 •
Place the alarm inside the box.
Close the lid and plug the power supply cord into the remote control switch receiver.
I used this remote control switch because I had found it to be durable and functional for a reasonable range (and through a wall or two):
Push the "on" button on the battery powered on/off switch. This will supply power to the call box and the LOUD alarm will start beeping within a few seconds.
08/23/2016 at 23:54 •
After the alarm container has been printed, insert the wire from the 9 volt power supply through the hole in the container.
Now, solder the wires to the alarm module (where the battery was intended to connect). Be certain that polarity is correct.
08/23/2016 at 23:49 •
I needed to make the alarm "always on" so that it would sound (and continue to sound) on power up.
First, find the "test" switch."
Next, create a solder "bridge" across the switch terminals from the back side.
08/23/2016 at 23:44 •
Pull the electronics from a smoke detector.
I had to get somewhat physical and mangle the thing to get it out of the case.