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 Glossary ( to give you a quick view of many of Infinities features )
24hr Zone A sensor which is always active regardless of whether the system is armed or disarmed.
ArmedThe state during which the security system is activated. In most cases, when the system is armed, triggering a sensor generates an alarm.
Arming Keys The three keys on the front panel or keypad that activate one of the system’s arming options.
Bypassed ZoneA sensor which is ignored by the system. No alarm is generated from
a bypassed zone even if triggered when the system is armed.
Cancel KeyA key on the wireless keypad that causes the system to disregard any partially entered code or command that may have mistakenly been entered.
Cellular CommunicationMonitoring and control via a cellular network.
Codesee User Code
Controlled CodeA user code that causes the system to notify the monitoring service
when used to arm or disarm.
DelayThe exit/entry delay times that allow the user to arm or disarm the system without generating an alarm.
Descriptor Custom labels programmed for each user code, zone, keyfob, keypad etc.
DisarmedThe state during which the security system is deactivated. During disarm only sensors that are defined as 24hr, Panic, Medical and Fire are capable of generating an alarm.
Duress CodeA user code that generates a silent alarm to indicate that the user is being forced to operate the system.
Entry DelaySee Delay
Event LogA browsable record of events that have occurred within the system.
Exit Delay See Delay
Follow MeA cellular feature that enables users to receive SMS event messages to their mobile phone.
Forced ArmingArming before the system is ready. If the system is not secured by
the time that the exit delay expires, an alarm is generated.

Front Panel
The main interface located on the front of the control panel consisting of an LCD keypad.
Full Arming An arming method that activates the entire system when the premises are vacated.
HA Units Home Automation Units (Abbrv.). The lights and appliances in the home that are controlled by the optional Home Automation feature.
Home AutomationAn optional feature that enables the user to control electrical appliances and lights via the control panel.
KeyfobHandheld wireless transmitters used to remotely control the system.
Limited CodeA user code that automatically expires 24 hours after it is programmed.
Log See Event Log
Master Code The only user code with the ability to program other user codes.
The Master code also has exclusive access to specific system functions.
Medical EmergencyA type of alarm that informs the monitoring service that the user is in need of medical assistance.
Non-Controlled CodeA user code that does not cause the system to notify the monitoring service when used to arm or disarm. The system only reports if the code is used to disarm after an alarm.
Panic AlarmA user initiated event that alerts the monitoring service in the event of an emergency.
Part Arming An arming method that is designed to activate a certain section of the premises.
Perimeter Arming An arming method that is designed to activate the sensors protecting
the doors and windows while enabling residents to move freely on the premises.
Quick ArmingArming the system without the need for a valid user code.
ReadyThe state in which all zones are closed and the system is ready to be armed.
Remote Programmer The software developed by Electronics Line used for programming
the system using a PC from a remote location or on-site.
Restore The restoral of a trouble condition to its normal state. For example, if AC power is reconnected, an AC Loss Restore event code is sent to the central station.
RP Access CodeThe code that grants access to the remote programmer. The RP
Access Code prevents the system being sabotaged using unauthorized remote programming.
Scheduling A Home Automation feature that switches HA units on and off automatically according to pre-set times.
Sensors The devices installed around the home that alert the panel in the event of an alarm.
Service Call A feature that enables the user to contact the monitoring service and
talk to an operator via the control panel.
SMS Command An SMS message sent to the control panel that causes the system to
perfotm a specific function.
SMS Confirmation An SMS message sent to the user confirming that the SMS command has been performed.
Stop Communications An operation that clears all communication buffers and stops the
transmission of any pending messages to the monitoring service.
System Status IndicatorsLuminous indicators on the front panel that provide information on
the arm and power status of the system.
Tones Chimes sounded by the control panel’s internal or external siren.
TWATwo-Way Audio (Abbr.)
TX List A service feature that lists all the system’s registered transmitters, their last recorded status and signal strength.
Unbypass The restoral of a bypassed zone to its original state.
User Code A four-digit code that grants access to certain system functions such as arming and disarming the system.
User TWA CodeA user code that enables Two-Way Audio communication
Walk Test A mode that enables sensors to be tested without generating an alarm.
ZoneA protected area within the security system.
Zone Bypassing See Bypassed Zone