Hi, can you please add the option to individually adjust the entry delay for each individual sensor in each mode? I have a couple of doors that I use to come and go. While I may have an entry delay for all the doors that I use to come and go in my house, one does not require such a long entry delay. In addition, I am also looking into getting a glass break sensor. But, it seems to only have the option to set off an immediate alarm if it hears glass breaking in both Home and Armed and Away and Armed modes. Some of my family members can be pretty clumsy sometimes and drop a glass cup while I have the system armed in Home and Armed. Not to mention, we also have a window (which a no delay is useful when the system is in Away and Armed mode), but, we’d love to open for some fresh air at night, but suddenly forget that the system was armed and wake the entire neighborhood up. So, can you please add an option to allow the option to adjust the entry delay on each individual sensor in each mode? That would certainly help me out a lot. Thank you.
Would seem that if someone opened a window with the alarm on and set off your alarm they’d learn. It happened in my home one time, and the person learned from that loud mistake and hasn’t done it since.
If you have a window that you routinely open during warm weather you could have its monitoring turned off in Home mode, but still on in Away mode.
That could be an option to have it totally disabled in Home mode, but I would still love to have the alarm go off after a 30 seconds in Home and Armed to feel more secure (current Entry Delay for all other sensors in my home are 60 seconds). So, it would be beneficial to have the option to adjust the entry delay on each individual sensor.
Also, I do want to provide more details into this feature request. So, the ability to set different entry delays for each sensor in each mode means we can set, for instance the Front Door to have a 60 second delay in both Home and Armed and Away and Armed while have the Back Door have a 30 second Delay in Home and Armed, but have the alarm sound right away (a no delay) in Away and Armed. Which delay the system will use is triggered by the first activity detected. For example, if we open the Front Door, and then walk in front of a Motion sensor with an entry delay of 30 seconds, the delay the system will use will be 60 seconds. However, if somehow motion was detected first and then we open the Front Door, the delay will be 30 seconds. It can also mean the system will sound the alarm right away if you set a no delay on the Motion Sensor and motion was detected first and then you open the door (same thing the other way around, open the Front Door first and then motion is detected, 60 seconds).