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Sensors activating terms


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I'm trying to build few scenes with motion and door sensors but then I got confused which is the proper activation/deactivation term to use for each device:

 

  • Armed
  • Disarmed
  • Breached
  • Breached and Armed 
  • Breached and Disarmed
  • Safe
  • Safe and armed
  • Safe and disarmed
  • Tamper tripped
  • Tamper not tripped

 

Would it make difference if I select Breached instead of Armed for the Door sensor? If someone can share some example for better understanding, I'd highly appreciate.

 

Thanks,

Nikola 

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It is very simple when you divide this in three sections/elements:

1) Motion sensor State - breached or safe.  Breached means sensor detected motion. (infrared detection)

2) Alarm state - Armed  or Disarmed. Armed - means if sensor breached integrated alarm will triggered. Usually fibaro alarm is the default if you didn't set any alarm plugin.  You can find your setup in panels

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Huge different.

Breached means motion detected, in your case door is opened.

Armed means that the device has been armed that's all. Door close/open not detected.

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