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7. Select Scheduled
Scheduled.
Scheduled
Scheduled
a. Select the type of user who can run the Smart Scene.
b. Select Scheduled
Scheduled
Scheduled
Scheduled to display clock and calendar settings.
c. Set a time when the Smart Scene will start. Be sure to specify AM or PM.
You can select Sunrise
Sunrise or Sunset
Sunrise
Sunrise
Sunrise or Sunset overrides the clock controls.
NOTE
NOTE
NOTE
NOTE that updated Sunrise and Sunset times may depend on the system's connection
to the internet or cellular phone network. Ask your installer for more information.
d. Set the days of the week for the Smart Scene to take place.
e. Press Save
Save
Save. The schedule settings are displayed.
Save
f. Press New Action
New Action to define the response when the scheduled time occurs (see Step #8).
New Action
New Action
g. Press
to return to the Smart Scenes menu.
8. Select Triggered Action
Triggered Action
Triggered Action. These options appear:
Triggered Action
Smart Scenes can be started by one or a combination of the following options:
• Event Zone Type
• Restore Zone Type
• Trigger
• System Operation
NOTE
NOTE: Event Zone Type
NOTE
NOTE
Event Zone Type, R R R R estore Zone Type
Event Zone Type
Event Zone Type
conditions.
For example, a given Smart Scene can be triggered by a Fire alarm OR by an
Entry/Exit event. Smart Scenes can also be triggered by Trouble conditions
(Trouble as the Trigger in one of the system's zones).
Device-related events (such as Light On, Light Off, Door Locked, Door
Unlocked) set the button at right to Device
installed in your system.
a. Event Zone Type
Event Zone Type
Event Zone Type
Event Zone Type starts the Smart Scene in response to any event (Fault, Trouble
or Alarm) in any protected Zone of a specific zone type. Select the desired option.
Typical zone types include:
• Entry/Exit (front and back doors)
• Perimeter (typically window sensors)
• Interior Follower (typically motion sensors)
• Day/Night (Usually assigned to sensitive areas where immediate notification of an
entry is always wanted.)
• 24 Hour Silent
• 24 Hour Audible
• Silent Burglary (typically a sensor)
• Fire No Verification (smoke detector)
• Fire With Verification (smoke detector)
• Carbon Monoxide (CO detector)
NOTE: Your system may include Zones that do not offer every Zone Type response.
NOTE
NOTE
NOTE
Sunset instead of setting a time on the clock. Selecting
Sunset
Sunset
estore Zone Type
estore Zone Type and Trigger
estore Zone Type
(Emergency
button)
(Emergency
button)
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Trigger
Trigger
Trigger can be different kinds of
Device. Choices depend on the devices
Device
Device

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