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    Hey guys, I am not sure how to do this, but I am creating an event that will perform silent arming of the alarm. To do this on the pad I hit 5 then 2, but I do not see how to do that in the plug in.

    Anyone else do this? I want this so that I can set the alarm at night without waking the wife with the beeping and such.

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    Originally posted by chewie View Post
    Hey guys, I am not sure how to do this, but I am creating an event that will perform silent arming of the alarm. To do this on the pad I hit 5 then 2, but I do not see how to do that in the plug in.

    Anyone else do this? I want this so that I can set the alarm at night without waking the wife with the beeping and such.
    What do you currently have configured for "Silent" (PI->Control-Settings) Arm Stay with the Silent checkbox checked sends the 5 & 2 cmd.

    Currently the PI does not differentiate between Arm Stay and Arm Away for silent. The Silent checkbox affects both.

    Z

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    • #3
      That was it, thanks man, I had missed that setting!

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      • #4
        yeah that is what i do. used it this morning. usually i just shut the alarm off but walking down steps I hit the device and disarm, walk out door then armed away ...

        all silent to not bother my family while I was up even earlier than usual. (4:30am)
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