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Discussion in 'Security Alarms' started by Dave, Jan 26, 2004.

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  1. Dave

    Dave Guest

    whats the difference between 'night arm' and 'stay' mode?
     
  2. Dave wrote
    No entry delay?
    js
     
  3. petem

    petem Guest

    on what panel do you see that?

    from the limited info you give I would say
    night is when you arm and leave..
    stay is all the motion detector bypass and all perimeter zone armed...
     
  4. Mark Leuck

    Mark Leuck Guest

    Instant doors, SOME motions bypassed
     
  5. Aegis

    Aegis Guest

    Older systems (and some still call it this) had day and night mode... Day
    was disarmed with 24hr zones (if any) still armed and Night was normal Armed
    mode...

    You also have Away (armed) and Stay (armed) modes... Think of it as Night
    Away and Night Stay... Not really a difference between them, they are
    complimentary to each other.

    Night arm would typically be Armed Away though... as opposed to stay...
    (didn't really see alot of Night Stay modes on the older panels)
     
  6. RH.Campbell

    RH.Campbell Guest

    Since we all seem to be guessing here, my guess would be that "night arm"
    would equate to "double stay arm" or "instant arm" (perimeter on, motions
    off, delay doors changed to instant for that cycle...)

    RHC
     
  7. Dave

    Dave Guest

    this is on a crow powerwave 16 with lcd codepad


     
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