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Cox Homelife Security System - Arming Modes

Cox Homelife Security System - https://www.thehomesecurityadvisor.com/cox-home-security-reviews/

OFF – Even when your Cox Security panel is turned off, many of the alerts are still active. Your Cox Alarm system will still alert you if a door or window is opened and life and environmental safety systems (i.e. water or low temperature) are still active. Consequently, if a fire breaks out or there are excessive carbon monoxide emissions present, your system will still alert the central monitoring station.

Stay- You can arm just the perimeter protection at the doors and windows by arming your system in the “stay” mode. This will enable you to move about the house freely and still have a certain level of protection.

Away- The away mode will activate any Cox Homelife interior motion detectors as well as the doors and windows.

Instant – You can eliminate the entry delay on your Cox Home Security system by arming it in instant mode.

Duress - You can set up a special duress code that will notify the monitoring center that there is a potential hostage situation. If someone were to physically force you to disarm the system, this special code will trigger immediate emergency response.

Panic - The Cox Alarm System will also enable the user to send emergency panic signals through the control panel as well as via a remote panic buttom. This lets the central monitoring station know that there is an occupied panic situation.

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