I did a unique search, including a few short Google searches that showed little information. I’m not looking for suggestions to use smoke / combo detectors, but I’m curious if NIST is missing 10 years of replacement for smart smoke / carbon monoxide detectors? I’m a firefighter who trades and takes care of HomeKit toys, slowly building a smart home.
My house was built about 8-9 years ago and will replace the detectors in the coming months / year. Everything is already connected and connected to each other, but they are not connected to a system other than their own to call everything if one goes out. We currently have a Vivint security system and will probably go to Abode or a similar system that is associated with HomeKit once our contract is concluded.
I realize that “smart” detectors are fairly new and haven’t necessarily met the 10-year timeline, but if I were to buy smart home detectors, would anyone be aware if they fall into the same replacement cycle as they normally would? with NIST standards / recommendations?