What is the difference between stay, sleep & bypass?
[Stay] and [Sleep] are types of bypass settings; they are predetermined bypasses set by the installer on a panel as per end user specifications as a custom selection of activation zones whilst the areas are armed.
In other words, [Stay] and [Sleep] are the same function where there are predetermined zones that will be armed and disarmed. For example, a user can use [Stay] during the day when they are out and want the house armed but would like certain zones disarmed to allow for pets to move around the property without triggering the alarm. [Sleep] would then be the exact same function except different zones are selected, to allow user movement throughout the house at bed time without triggering the alarm.
[Bypass] on the other hand would then be the setting for the selected zones to allow for movement without triggering the alarm while the area is armed, for the 2 arm functions [Stay] and [Sleep].
What is the difference between bypass and disarm?
[Bypass] is a setting that allows access to a customise zones whilst area is armed without triggering the alarm; this is applied on a zone level. [Disarm] is a setting to turn off the alarm when an armed area has been triggered; this is applied on an ...
What is [Sleep]?
These are predetermined bypasses set by the installer on the panel according to the End User's specifications, as selective activation zones during hours of sleep for end user convenience. This feature is normally used when a user is going to sleep ...
I am not able to bypass any zones
On DSC and IDS: Ensure the master code been entered into the app? On All panels Ensure bypass been enabled by the installer for the zones and areas?
What is the difference between arm & active?
[Arm] is a setting on an area level that activates the alarm of an area when there has been an unauthorised access. [Active] is when a zone is in an armed state where an alarm could be triggered. In other words, since areas are made of zones, when an ...
What is [Stay]?
These are predetermined bypasses set by the installer on the panel according to the end user's specifications, as selective activation zones on a case-by-case basis. This feature is usually for when you would like to arm the property but still allow ...