I'm sick of trying to start my woodstove in the morning after its been out for hours. It's so much easier to just put wood in it when the fire just went out and still has a bed of hot coals. A month or so ago, I bought this item... http://www.ebay.com/itm/Wood-Stove-Stove-Stat-Automatic-Fan-Control-/220556063096?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item335a2a7178 (Wood stove stat in case by the time you read it, the link doesn't work) It automatically turns off the blower when the fire goes out and turns it on when it gets hot. It works great. But I got to thinking, why can't I find a device that would also plug inline with the switched outlet so when it signals the fan to turn off (basically removing power to the fan), it would also make a loud beeping sound. Now, I know if there's no power, there's no way to make a beeping sound... unless there's a capacitor or battery in the unit that when it detects power was loss, it would have a backup battery or power source to emit some beeping. I found devices like this... http://www.diycontrols.com/p-7066-power-failure-alarm-failed-circuit-alarm.aspx?gclid=CI3InfnQ0rQCFcsWMgodGh0AiQ Although this one is one I haven't seen until now, but looks like other ones I've found where when the outlet looses power, it will emit an alarm. The problem with these devices is I don't see a way to silence it until the next alarm. Once it goes off and it wakes me up, I want a "reset" button on it that I don't want the alarm to go off again until the outlet gains power and then looses it again (which means the fire got going, the fan kicked on and then the fire went back out and the fan shut off again.) With these devices, they won't stop emitting the noise until the outlet gets power back, which means I'll have to unplug it once my kids and wife are yelling they can't sleep with the alarm going... which means it won't be practical to use it. Any ideas?