Entry /Exit zone

8 Sep 2013
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United Kingdom
Have set up my texecom with 2 entry/exit zones. 1 is front door which I have 2 pirs set on guard access as they can just see you when arming/disarming which works ok.Problem I have is when I arm the system and then enter via back door (entry exit zone 2 ) the alarm goes off when the same 2 PIR's see me even though they are on guard access.Is there something else I have to setup as well.any advice please
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When you say entry exit 2 do you mean the zone type or just another zone set for entry exit ? Do you have a different time setting for entry exit 2.
Back door is zone2 which is set as entry/exit2 as default .If I have set the right part in areas settings I have exit delay time set at 20 secs,Entry1 delay time 30secs,Entry2 delay time 45secs and second entry time 30secs
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And is area A ticked ? Do you need the extra time ? If not just make it entry exit 1
Area A is ticked .Do I just make zone2 Entry/exit1.It is not the time factor that sets the alarm off but when I walk past zone 3 or 4 PIR.Thanks for the advise will try this tommorow
Entry exit 2 just gives a separate entry time eg coming in on a garage which may take longer that's all. What software version is your panel ?
Thanks Not had a chance this week to try but will tomorrow.Another question .what is the best way to prevent the internal and external sounders going off while testing,Dont mind the internal at a quite volume.I know how to disable the bell in engineers menu but will this prevent it going off in normal user mode . I want to do testing with different setups with out peeing off the neighbours
Tried setting back door as entry/exit1 and still the same .I can set alarm and exit the back door but when I re-enter and go past a pir the alarm sounds.Does not do this with front door even when passing pir Any other ideas I could try please

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