Response Types Supported by the SiXPIR

Response Types Supported by the SiXPIR

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hey di wires I'm George from alarm grid today I'm gonna be showing you guys all the different response types that you can use on a Honeywell 6 PIR so the 6 PIR are is a six series motion sensor that you can use right now only on the lyric controller so if you guys have in l5210 and l7000 even a Vista system with the wireless Honeywell receiver these six PIR motions will not work with those systems they only work with the lyric controller now there are about six or seven different response types for this motion sensor I'm going to go over them later on in the video on how they set off the system in different ways but you have interior follower interior follower with delay perimeter day and night general response general monitor resonant response resident monitor alright so that's actually eight eight different response types that you can use on the six PIR with the lyric there's about eight different response types that you can use with lyric however when you're programming this into your system there's only two device types that you can choose one that actually works so device types is whenever you're selecting what kind of sensor it is door/window motion fire smoke co panic alright so these when you learn them into the system will either learn in or will only have the option of motion or new you can only select motion if you want to save the zone programming if you select new it will not be an enabled zone so when you're selecting the device type you need to make sure that you're selecting motion now this is different for those of you who have ever had an older link system or Honeywell missile system when you're programming in 5800 series motions like the 5800 pir-res and when you select other you get a whole bunch of different options in the list for response types when you select other you have a lot more options in the eight I just gave you for the response type that we're going to get on the lyric system why because selecting other you you're going to get a different response types such as auxiliaries take environmental dick just different response types that you normally wouldn't get especially when you're using this sensor since it is an intelligent sensor it only allows you to choose device types between you and motion alright so you want to make sure you select motion if you want the programming to work so many people also wonder about the six PIR if there's a response type that's called occupancy sensor so what an occupancy sensor does is it allows you to automatically change a building's temperature or lights in that area wherever the motion is detecting and it allows you to commit to it whenever motion is detected in that area now there's no way to directly do this with the six PIR you would actually need to use C wave devices and scenes now you can create scenes from the panel you if you have Total Connect you can also create scenes so like I said you can't do it directly however for instance let's say if I have a motion in my living room and I have a scene in my lyric system or my Total Connect account that whenever the motion is tripped to turn on the lights you can go ahead and do that now the thing with these sensors is remember they do have a sleep a sleep timer which is a since these are battery-operated in order to conserve power whenever the sensor is tripped it actually goes into a sleep mode for about three minutes because it's detecting movement and then it'll come back up so that's something very important to know if you're looking to basically you know if you want to walk past it to enable the lights and then walk past it again to disable it it doesn't exactly work like that because there is a sleep mode so there is a sleep timer so you want to take that into account whenever you're creating scenes through a Total Connect or through the panel so now we're at the part in the video where I'm going to show you guys how the different response types make the lyric system act whenever this sensor is tripped so we have perimeter perimeter if you walk past this sensor while the system is armed it will set off the alarm immediately all right there is no entry exit for this and no entry exit delay it sets off the alarm right away interior follower what that does is if you walk past it while the system is armed and you have not tripped an entry/exit zone then it'll set off the alarm if you have tripped in an entry/exit zone then the sensor actually follows the entry exit delay and it will not set off an alarm all right the interior follower with delay interior follower would delay if you walk past it this sensor will always have an entry exit delay period no matter if you don't have a sensor on your front door if you walk past the sensor since its instance it's set to interior follower with delay it automatically has that delay which allows you to go to the system and arm and disarm it all right now for the other ones day/night general response general monitor resident response resident monitor I actually want to show you guys how those interact so I'm gonna learn this into the panel real quick we have a video that shows you how to program in 6pr to the lyric system so I'm gonna basically just brush past this real quick and if you guys need help program it in look up that video but I'm gonna show you guys right now what the different response types will do so I'm gonna go into security tools I enter in my installer code which yours might be different mine is defaulted at four one one two I'm gonna go to program zones I'm gonna go to the zones let me take my cover off my six motion real quick six PIR all right it's getting ready to learn it in all right so it automatically learned into zone three I'm gonna hit zone three and edits so what the day and night response type which is right here what day and night does it actually causes a trouble on the system and I'm gonna put my motion down real quick so I don't set it off with so it doesn't detect my heat right away so I'm gonna go ahead and hit save on day night and I'm gonna wave my hand in front of it and you're gonna see that it's actually going to set off a trouble on the system trouble motion three sensor and it'll keep doing this until you disarm it so I'm gonna go ahead and disarm it with my master code which is defaulted at one-two-three-four there's a difference between installer and master code so that's day and night let me show you guys oops sorry a trouble you have to disarm twice by the way now I'm gonna show you guys the different program the different response type so we just did day/night I'm gonna hit edit now I'm gonna show you guys resident monitor so what resident monitor is gonna do is just gonna monitor the zone when I wave my hand in front of it it'll let me know that the sensor has been faulted but then it'll disappear after about ten or fifteen seconds and if you have voice and chime enabled then it actually saved if you have a descriptor it might also say that as well so if you have it set to living room motion but then it disappears by the way resident monitor resident responds doles do not log to your activity to the activity log okay so let me go back into tools let me show you guys residents we just did resident monitor let's do resident response now resident response means you actually have to respond to the zone so it's actually going to give me a prompt up there and it's going to make me and a code to release that prompt so if you guys want to monitor a zone and you want to make sure that the system needs a message up there and so you acknowledge it until you respond to it this was a good one to use also now this is gonna stay up there until I actually go in and hit cancel and enter in a code so it will stay there the whole time until someone responds and acknowledges it so if I hate cancel and I enter my master code again cool again I'm gonna go into security tools go back into programming sorry I'm rushing through this I just need to show you guys different response types in general monitor I'm gonna back out now the general monitor in general responds DS will log to the event log however they do not report to the Central Station still so the resident response resident an eternal response general monitor do not report to a Central Station now let me show you guys what the general I think we said it to general monitor does that's it it just lets it just announces that the sensor has been tripped but that's pretty much it it still allows you to arm disarm nothing crazy happened there now let's set it to Gen our general response this remember the response you have to respond to the system so you have to acknowledge it so it won't give me that same prompt that resident response but it will actually have it like in the background which you'll see right now and it'll sleeve that motion detected three it'll it'll leave it on there until you acknowledge or respond to it so now you see I doesn't have a disarm like how the trouble then the and the resident response how to cancel the day and night had the the disarm because of the trouble now this one actually just lets me know that the motion has been detected you can still armed you can still disarm it but if you want to set the panel to stop announcing that motion you have to hit the home button twice and disarm it see motion detected you have to enter in your code once you enter in your code and you've acknowledged it well the system goes back into a ready to arm it stops announcing that the motion has been detected because you've already acknowledged it and that is pretty much it so those are the general response general monitor resident response resident monitor and day/night those are the five ones that a lot of people usually have questions on because they don't know how they work again remember the day and night will set off a trouble the general response general monitor resident response resident monitor do not report to the Central Station the resident responds and resident monitor do not log anything to the event log however general response general monitor will log it to the event log these four none will report to the Central Station does so if your if you want a motion sensor that won't report to the Central Station but you want the panel to announce you might want to use one of these four different response types and you saw how each one worked so you guys can play around with whichever one work or which whatever one would work best for you alright if you guys have any questions about the response types please feel free to email us at support at alarm grid comm if you have if you found this video helpful make sure you hit like underneath subscribe to the channel and enable notifications so whenever we upload a new content you guys get notified I'm George and I'll see you guys next time