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The Kidde RF SM AC Est. $60 is similar, but is hard wired. Also known as the Kidde RF SM ACDC and the Kidde 1279 9999, one useful application is as a bridge between a pre existing hard wired, interconnected smoke alarm network and a new Kidde wireless interconnected network. Simply replace one of the existing hard wired smoke detectors with the Kidde RF SM AC and when a smoke detector on either network sounds, all will sound. The RF SM AC includes adapters that will allow this Kidde model to be used with most existing hard wired smoke detector networks. It's not been tested by any experts we deem to be credible, nor is there a ton of user feedback, but what is available is fairly positive including a 4.

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Photo by Abode Systems — The Washington PostAnother DIY option is the Abode Essentials Starter Kit $229, which includes one door/window sensor, a battery powered security camera and motion detector, and a key fob. The system integrates with Amazon Echo, Google Home and other home automations for voice enabled arming and disarming. 3 options for professional monitoring systems With its Nest Secure alarm system, Nest offers professional monitoring through Brinks Home Security for an additional monthly fee. Photo by Nest — The Washington PostMany self monitoring systems offer professional monitoring services for an additional monthly or annual fee. With its Nest Secure alarm system, Nest offers professional monitoring through Brinks Home Security; a three year agreement costs $19 monthly and a month to month contract that's $29 a month. Frontpoint is a highly rated monitoring provider, according to security system review websites SafeWise and A Secure Life.

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Ring Alarm also has a siren and you can self monitor and still control your system remotely and all that jazz, plus professional monitoring is super affordable. I’d check out this review of Ring vs. Simplisafe and let me know if you have any other questions!Every home is different, and so is every homeowner’s security needs. Like most technical services, you can pay for professionals to craft your home security system or you can take matters into your own hands. DIY home security means you customize your device kit, self install, and then monitor alerts from your sensors and video feed. Self monitoring is the common difference between DIY and traditional security, but there are plenty of companies that strike a happy medium between both.