Important Cookie Information

This website uses absolutely necessary cookies. If you consent to the use of convenience cookies, please click “Yes, I agree.” By clicking on “Privacy Settings.” you can change this setting at any time and withdraw your given consent. Icon down see more You can find detailled information in our Privacy Policy Icon forward-right
Icon up see less

Bosch Building Technologies

    Showing results for 
    Search instead for 
    Did you mean: 

    How to prevent arming Perimeter Delayed when attempting to Master Arm.

    • After attempting to Master Arm the Keypad Shows Perimeter Delayed.
    • How to use 'All On - No Exit' or 'Master Arm - No Exit'.
    • Newer panels name the parameter 'All On - No Exit’; legacy panels use 'Master Arm - No Exit'.
    • The setting 'All On - No Exit' or 'Master Arm - No Exit' is located in Area Wide Parameters. 

    This setting intends to prevent false alarms when an area is master-armed but users remain inside the area and may generate a false alarm.  When set to YES and no perimeter-delay point is faulted during the exit delay, the panel assumes users remain in the area and defaults the arming state from Master-Armed to Perimeter-Delay Armed.

    The solution is to fault a perimeter-delay point during the exit delay after master arming the area.  If the feature is not desired, or no perimeter-delay points exist to satisfy the requirement, set Master Arm-No Exit to No. 

    • When master arming multiple areas and the perimeter point in only one will fault while exiting, it would be necessary to set Master Arm-No Exit to No in the other areas to allow them to Master-Arm. 
    • When master arming by schedule or keyswitch, set Master Arm-No Exit to No in applicable areas to prevent defaulting to Perimeter Delay armed, as there would be no users to fault a perimeter delay point.
    Version history
    Revision #:
    5 of 5
    Last update:
    ‎06-13-2018 04:15 PM
    Updated by: