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How to Buy the Best Radar Detector

The article gives you free tips to buy the best radar detector for you.

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What is the best radar detector I can buy for my car? There are many different ways to buy the best radar detector that will satisfy your needs.

In this article, I will be sharing 7 steps I use for buying the best radar detector. Here are the 7 steps to know you are buying the best radar detector.

1. Find out if a detector is legal in your state. Before you start your radar detector research, find out if a detector is legal in your state. It is important to know your local and state laws regarding radar detectors before you buy. You could be facing fines for an illegal detector. You also could get your detector confiscated. Radar detectors are illegal in the District of Columbia and Virginia. Radar detectors are also illegal in most provinces in Canada and U.S military bases. Radar detectors are illegal in commercial vehicles in most areas. The best way to know if radar detectors are legal in your area is to go to your state's department of motor vehicle website or call your local law enforcement.

2. Determine your budget. There are a lot of radar detectors now on the market with a lot features. They range in price from $50 to more than $400. Figure out what you can reasonably afford for a radar detector. Remember, the most expensive detector is not always the best radar detector.

3. Determine the type of radar detector you want to buy. There are three types of radar detectors: corded radar detectors, cordless radar detectors, and remote-mount radar detectors. Corded radar detectors are usually mounted on the windshield in the vicinity of your rear view mirror, and offer the best range of detection. Cordless radar detectors are easily more transportable and are easier to install than corded radar detectors. Remote-mounted radar detectors are permanently mounted to your vehicle and are virtually undetectable to thieves.

4. Identify the model and features you want. There are a lot of radar detector models on the market. Stick with the major brand name radar detector manufacturers such as Beltronics, Cobra, Escort, PNI, Rocky Mountain Radar, Valentine and Whistler.

There are a lot of radar detectors on the market with a lot features. You've got range, sensitivity, visual alerts, audio alerts, false alarm control, etc. With all these different features on the market, which one is best for you? The amount of features you get will depend on how much your budget is that you determined in Step 1. No matter what you budget is, you should look at radar detectors that have these basic features:

> Select a radar detector with a wideband. The radar detector should be able to pick up the entire X, K, and Ka band. You want different indicators for each one of these bands that include a separate flash or beep for each band.

> When shopping for radar detectors, look for radar detectors that have at least 110 dB.

> Pay close attention to the display. Make sure you can see it clearly.

> Also look for a mute feature with an adjustable volume control.

5. Research your radar detector. You know your budget, what bands you need to detect, the model brand names and the basic features. You now are ready to research your radar detector. There are many different websites that will allow you to compare different radar detector models, features, reviews, and prices. The trick is to find the best radar detector with the best features at the your price. Obviously, if you're spending 400 bucks for a radar detector, you are likely going to get more features and a better range that your radar detector can detect to than if you spend 100 bucks.

6. Buy and install your radar detector. When buying a radar detector, you need to decide if you're going to buy from an online store or from a general electronics store.

After you buy your radar detector, you need to decide if you are going to install the unit yourself or have someone else install it. Some radar detector installations are as simple as plugging your unit into your cigarette lighter socket. Other radar detector installations can be as complex as having the entire vehicle wired throughout. Depending on your knowledge and the complexity of the job, you may need to get your radar detector professionally installed. A car audio store is an excellent place to have this work done. Radar detectors should be mounted on your windshield in a high position to give you the widest possible detection range.

7. Watch out for scams. As with any purchase, you need to watch out for scams. Deal with a honest, reputable supplier. Check out the warranty. If dealing on line...call the phone number to see if a real business does exist.

 

How To Choose The Right Fire Detector

The component of a fire alarm system that people are most familiar with is the detector. Although most consumers are familiar with the devices in their homes called smoke detectors, many would be surprised to find out that there are many different types of detectors on the market. These types of detectors vary in what they detect, how they detect it, how they are managed by the fire alarm system itself and how they are powered. Further, there are dozens of manufacturers of de...

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The component of a fire alarm system that people are most familiar with is the detector. Although most consumers are familiar with the devices in their homes called smoke detectors, many would be surprised to find out that there are many different types of detectors on the market. These types of detectors vary in what they detect, how they detect it, how they are managed by the fire alarm system itself and how they are powered. Further, there are dozens of manufacturers of detectors and they vary widely in price, depending on their features and functions. As such, anyone looking for a detector for their fire alarm system is faced with a plethora of choices. (NOTE: Since all detectors begin the process of placing a fire alarm system into alarm mode, they are one of what may be several devices on the system known as “Initiating Devices”.)

The first decision to make when selecting a detector for a system is to determine what is to be detected. Fire detectors either detect smoke or heat. (You guessed it – the former are called “smoke detectors”, the latter are called “heat detectors”.) Smoke detectors will go into alarm when a sufficient amount of smoke enters the chamber of the smoke alarm. Alternatively, heat detectors have sensors that detect heat and/or an increase in temperature of a certain amount. For example, a heat detector may be designed to go into alarm if one or both of the following conditions are met: 1) the ambient temperature at the detector rises to 130 degrees Fahrenheit or 2) the temperature at the detector rises 15 degrees Fahrenheit or more during a one minute period. The former type is known as a “fixed temperature” heat detector, while the latter is known as a “rate of rise” heat detector. (There are also combination fixed temperature/rate of rise detectors on the market.) Since there are several factors that could cause a fire, but not cause a rise in temperature at the location of the heat detector, including the distance from the fire to the heat detector and normal variations in temperature in the building, heat detectors are not as sensitive to fire as are smoke detectors and are, therefore, not considered reliable enough to be deemed “life safety” devices. As such, they are considered best suited for property protection applications. They also may be used in locations where there is normally a lot of dust or smoke in the air, which would cause false alarms to be triggered by smoke detectors.

Once the decision of what to detect is made, the decision of how to detect it is next. In the case of heat detectors, there is generally only one method used to detect heat. A heat detector will have two resistors which are sensitive to temperature (called “thermistors”) on an electrical circuit in its chamber. When the temperature rises to a high enough point (or, in the case of rate of rise heat detectors, rapidly enough during a specified time period) to deteriorate one of the resistors, the circuit is broken and the heat detector goes into alarm. Smoke detectors sense smoke in their chambers in one of two ways. Photoelectric smoke detectors have both a light source and a light receptor in their chambers. In their normal state, the light from the light source does not make contact with the light receptor. When smoke enters the chamber, however, some of the rays from the light source scatter, thereby contacting the light receptor and putting the detector into alarm. Ionization smoke detectors have charged air in their chambers. The charged air serves as a conductor for electrical current from one part of the chamber to another. When smoke enters the chamber, it reduces the charge in the air, breaking the circuit for the current, putting the detector into alarm.

The third differentiating factor when considering a fire detector for a fire alarm system is the method used by the fire alarm control panel to manage the detector. One type of detector, known as “conventional”, is not differentiated from other devices on the same electrical circuit. That is, the fire alarm control panel can detect that there is a malfunctioning device on a particular circuit, but a technician can not discern which specific device on that circuit is working improperly. The other type of detector, known as “intelligent”, can be specifically identified by the fire alarm control panel. As such, when an intelligent detector is malfunctioning, by observing the fire alarm control panel, a technician can determine exactly which device to go troubleshoot. Conventional and intelligent devices can not be substituted for one another. The benefits of having an intelligent fire alarm system are evident in maintenance, troubleshooting and alarm situations. The drawback is, of course, cost (relative to a conventional system).

Finally, when considering a fire detector, one must determine how the fire alarm system powers its detectors. Some fire alarm systems power their detectors directly from the fire alarm control panel. Such detectors will have two wires, which carry both power and signals. Other fire alarm systems require their detectors to obtain their power from elsewhere. Such detectors will have four wires; two of which connect to the fire alarm control panel and carry signals back and forth from the detectors to the panel; the other two of which provide the conduit for power.

If a fire alarm system owner considers all of these factors and how well they fit his particular application and system, he can be assured of making the right choice when selecting a detector.

 

How To Tell When Their Pants Are On Fire

We're all liars. It's part of human nature to lie--to cover up, to get out of trouble, to spare feelings. It happens because this is human nature.

Lie detection is an easy way to deconstruct human nature so that we can slip into our prospect's or client's skin and understand what's going on with them. Why do they feel the need to lie?

Learning to detect lies is a powerful persuasion tool that can open doors that were previously closed to us. Unfortunately, sometimes we ...

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We're all liars. It's part of human nature to lie--to cover up, to get out of trouble, to spare feelings. It happens because this is human nature.

Lie detection is an easy way to deconstruct human nature so that we can slip into our prospect's or client's skin and understand what's going on with them. Why do they feel the need to lie?

Learning to detect lies is a powerful persuasion tool that can open doors that were previously closed to us. Unfortunately, sometimes we don't like to know when we're being lied to... (As in: "Yes, you look great in that shirt."

I don't allow law enforcement officials of any kind nor do I allow prosecuting attorneys to attend my trainings because of the information that is (in part) in this article.

It's a double edged sword. Knowing a person is telling the truth can be very reassuring. But realizing how often you are lied to can be very scary.

This information was once only know about by detectives and murder mystery writers. In the hands of someone who knows how to use it, this can help sort out family disputes, can help choose the more honorable person to hire, can sort out office disputes or even give you added tools in a job interview.

Expert interrogators use these types of tactics to determine whether a suspect is telling the truth or not. You can see examples of it on television all the time-Law & Order, NYPD Blue-and in literature from Sherlock Holmes to John Grisham.

Highly trained lie detectors are formidable opponents even if they lack persuasion skills.

The reason I will only give a glimpse into these skills is because they are incredibly powerful and can (and are) used to manipulate. Anything more in depth has to be learned in my seminars and classes.

This is one such exercise you can practice to learn to determine whether or not a person is lying...

Step one: You will need to find yourself a willing partner. Sit across from a partner to practice.

Step two: Ask three questions which you are sure their answer should be 'yes'. And then ask three questions which you are sure their answers will be 'no'.

Step three: First instruct your partner not to answer your questions. And then proceed to ask three more questions to which you don't know the answers.

This part is about paying attention to their nonverbal responses. After you've done a few and noted these responses, ask them to confirm or deny.

Step four: Switch roles. You'll learn something deeper about this if you're on the receiving end.

Try this with your prospects when they use the old standby, 'I can't afford it right now.' How can you determine if this is true or not?

If you had the knowledge that they absolutely could afford your product or service, would that help to give you the push you need to move past their resistance and make the sale despite feeble objections?




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