DMP intrusion panel uses specific terms. Here are the definitions of some common terms and their equivalents in Security Center.
|DMP term||Description||Security Center term|
|24-hour zone||24-hour zones include Fire, Panic, Emergency, and Supervisory. Unlike regular zones, a 24-hour zone is always armed and no area assignment is needed.||24H zones (an intrusion detection area)|
|Ambush||The duress code is used if an attacker or robber ambushes you and forces you to disarm the intrusion detection area.||Duress|
|Area||A group of zones configured on the intrusion panel that specify a physical area, such as a floor of a building. These groups can be monitored and armed in Security Desk.||Intrusion detection area|
|Control panel||The intrusion panel that can be monitored and controlled by Security Center.||Intrusion detection unit|
|DMP command processor panel||The intrusion panel that can be monitored and controlled by Security Center.||Intrusion detection unit|
|Output||Output pin connected to the intrusion panel.||Output|
|User code||The account a person uses to access the functionality of the intrusion panel, such as arming and disarming areas.||Cardholder|
|Zone1||Inputs for devices such as glass break detectors, motion sensors, temperature sensors, and so on, that are connected to the intrusion panel.||Input|
1If you create a zone with a blank type in Remote Link, it will not appear in Security Center because the zone is not fully configured.
For detailed descriptions of the DMP terms, refer to the Appendix of the Programming Guide for your model of DMP intrusion panel, which is available for download from the DMP product page and from https://dmp.com/guides.