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Topic # 175431 29-Jun-2015 15:09 Send private message

Anyone know how to do this?

I've go the IP150 module - and while it allows me to arm the system fully or in sleep mode, it doesn't seem to have anything for assigning what sensors are activated in sleep mode.

I've also got access to babyware for my system...a look through there allowed me to zone sensors - which I read as partitioning, but again nothing jumped out at me to say when activating sleep mode include this, this and that sensor.





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  Reply # 1333504 29-Jun-2015 15:24 Send private message

What model do you have?
But what you are looking for is the zone definitions

A "zone" is a single sensor, a partition is a group of zones that act like a completely separate installation

A zone can be set as instant, delay, stay, 24 hour fire etc. this controls how it acts when you say arm the system. for instance in stay mode just the perimeter sensor/zones will cause an alarm




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  Reply # 1333514 29-Jun-2015 15:38 Send private message

mdooher: What model do you have?
But what you are looking for is the zone definitions

A "zone" is a single sensor, a partition is a group of zones that act like a completely separate installation

A zone can be set as instant, delay, stay, 24 hour fire etc. this controls how it acts when you say arm the system. for instance in stay mode just the perimeter sensor/zones will cause an alarm


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I've just had another look in babyware.

Yeah I get that with the zones, so if they're all currently set to entry delay, with smokes set for 24 fire.  I still don't get the link on how to say when I sleep arm, I want zone 1 armed, but zone 3 is off (as it's upstairs).







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  Reply # 1333516 29-Jun-2015 15:42 Send private message

davidcole:
mdooher: What model do you have?
But what you are looking for is the zone definitions

A "zone" is a single sensor, a partition is a group of zones that act like a completely separate installation

A zone can be set as instant, delay, stay, 24 hour fire etc. this controls how it acts when you say arm the system. for instance in stay mode just the perimeter sensor/zones will cause an alarm


The SP5500

I've just had another look in babyware.

Yeah I get that with the zones, so if they're all currently set to entry delay, with smokes set for 24 fire.  I still don't get the link on how to say when I sleep arm, I want zone 1 armed, but zone 3 is off (as it's upstairs).




you need to set the zone 3 to be a sleep zone or a "stay" zone




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  Reply # 1333522 29-Jun-2015 15:48 Send private message

mdooher:
davidcole:
mdooher: What model do you have?
But what you are looking for is the zone definitions

A "zone" is a single sensor, a partition is a group of zones that act like a completely separate installation

A zone can be set as instant, delay, stay, 24 hour fire etc. this controls how it acts when you say arm the system. for instance in stay mode just the perimeter sensor/zones will cause an alarm


The SP5500

I've just had another look in babyware.

Yeah I get that with the zones, so if they're all currently set to entry delay, with smokes set for 24 fire.  I still don't get the link on how to say when I sleep arm, I want zone 1 armed, but zone 3 is off (as it's upstairs).




you need to set the zone 3 to be a sleep zone or a "stay" zone


Under the zone type?  I see Follow (Sleep / Full Arm) and Instant (Sleep / Full arm)  they seem to be the only things that mention sleep.




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  Reply # 1333527 29-Jun-2015 15:56 Send private message

PM sent




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  Reply # 1333539 29-Jun-2015 16:03 Send private message

Follow (Full Arm) Zones Upon regular arming, the zone is Follow  Upon Stay or Sleep arming, the zone is bypassed by the system.

This is what you want







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  Reply # 1333541 29-Jun-2015 16:09 Send private message

mdooher: Follow (Full Arm) Zones Upon regular arming, the zone is Follow  Upon Stay or Sleep arming, the zone is bypassed by the system.

This is what you want





Yeah replied in PM something to that effect, The Entry Delay (Full Arm) sounded similar to what you have point out.





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  Reply # 1333546 29-Jun-2015 16:12 Send private message

The trick is in understanding what "follow" does, have a look at my explanation in my PM and then check out the manual... you should get it in no time




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