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Pyronix Enforcer Zone Confusion

Discussion in 'Alarms, CCTV & Telephones' started by Neil Pat, 1 Dec 2017.

  1. Neil Pat

    Neil Pat

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    Hi

    Wondering if you can help and simplify this as Im confused about the Zones\Areas and night mode.

    Here are the list of sensors:
    Front Door Contact
    Back Door Contact
    Back Window Contact
    Front Window Contact
    Front RM PIR
    Extension PIR
    Upstairs PIR

    Can someone help me what Zones\Areas i need to assign for each sensor, A or B?

    What I want to achieve is All door and window contacts I want to Arm in night mode. The PIR will be disabled

    On full Set\Arm, I want to Enable ALL sensors.

    Any Help appreciated

    (also conncted to UDL software to ease programing)

    THanks
     
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  3. Bruce07

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    Hi - I'm in the process of setting mine up today and I wanted to achieve something similar.

    Here's what I believe you need to do - others on the forum please correct me or enrich this if required as I'm a newbie! :)

    Set all sensors to zones A and B except for the PIRs, leave those only on zone A.
    Front Door Contact = A, B
    Back Door Contact = A, B
    Back Window Contact = A, B
    Front Window Contact = A, B
    Front RM PIR = A
    Extension PIR = A
    Upstairs PIR = A

    As a result:
    - When you set zone A, every device arms.
    - When you set zone B, every device except for the PIRs arm.

    we should wait for someone more experienced to confirm if this is correct. If it is incorrect then it will help me out too...

    Cheers
     
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    Correct
     
  5. Neil Pat

    Neil Pat

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    wow, simples as that... appreciate your help guys...

    Have 1 or 2 more questions i want to clarify....
    on the Inputs and output screen as per below, does anyone one know what each funtion does, (nothing in the manual or anything i could find)

    Any\All -
    Chime -
    Omittable -
    Soak -
    Double Knock -
    Monitor Activity -
    Normal Open -
    Shunts -
    Confirm Group -
    upload_2017-12-2_7-26-50.png

    Also 1 last bit...
    The sensors Type, assume i have got them right as above? the front door is final exit and rest act as intruder?
    these are the options:
    upload_2017-12-2_7-25-1.png

    much appreciated
     

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  6. Handymanjo

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    Are you setting via radio fob or using keypad ?
    Do you walk through any sensors to get to the keypad while setting and in setting ?
    Chime creates an audible tone when a device is triggered. Should only be used with door contacts
    Omit mean a device can be isolated during a setting period
    Soak puts device into a test/monitor mode
    Double knock means device needs to be triggered twice in specific time window
    The other meanings you would not need unless if a specific purpose
     
  7. Neil Pat

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    setting via key fob
    dont walk through other sensor for setting the alarm
    the other bits makes sense now
     
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