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2 Market Estimates and Forecast by Region, 2018–20237. 5 Aspirating Smoke Detector ASD7. 5. 1 Market Estimates and Forecast, 2018–20237. 5. 2 Market Estimates and Forecast by Region, 2018–20237.

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A customer will ask, ‘do you do thermostats?’ because they want to control the thermostat with the alarm system. We are walking into a sale with a life leisure system where before we walked in just as the alarm guy. My title at the grocery store isn’t the ‘alarm guy’ anymore. It’s ‘that’s the guy who did my smart house. ’”That isn’t to say dealers don’t view them as competition, however. For the second consecutive year SDM’s Industry Forecast Study cited DIY security providers as their greatest competition in the coming year, with 33 percent of respondents choosing DIY companies as their No. 1 competitive threat. National/global security companies followed, at 28 percent of respondents. However, wireless phone providers/broadband providers fell to 7 percent as a perceived threat, down from 11 percent last year. In all cases, it seems dealers and manufacturers alike view competition as untapped opportunity, a philosophy that also factors into the healthy optimism this year. Welsh has similar observations: “We have 5,000 security dealers we work with and they had a great year.

 

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Tops among these is the First Alert SA320CN Est. $20, a dual sensor, battery powered smoke detector that earns positive feedback overall. It's been tested by Consumer Reports, and earns the top rating for detecting both smoldering fires and flaming ones, though not a recommendation presumably because it cannot be interconnected with other alarms. User reviews are positive, including a 4. 6 star rating at Home Depot, and recommendations from 98 percent of the nearly 100 owners that leave reviews. The ionization/photoelectric sensor smoke alarms above use standard batteries.