Some event-to-actions can be configured so that a second event must be triggered before the alarm that was triggered can be acknowledged. The second event is the acknowledgement condition.
For example, you can configure a Signal lost event to trigger an alarm, and specify that the alarm can only be acknowledged after the Signal recovered event is generated.
The following table lists the event types that gives you the option to configure an acknowledgement condition that must be cleared before the alarm can be acknowledged.
|Source event type||Entity type||Acknowledgement condition|
|AC fail||Access control unit, Intrusion detection unit||AC ready|
|Application lost||Roles||Application online|
|Asset offline||Asset||Asset online|
|Asset online||Asset||Asset offline|
|Battery fail||Access control unit, Intrusion detection unit||Battery ready|
|Door closed||Door||Input (Normal or Active)|
|Door forced open||Door||Door closed
|Door opened||Door||Door closed
|Door open too long||Door||Door closed|
|Hardware tamper||Access control unit, Intrusion detection unit, Zone (hardware)||Tamper normal|
|Intrusion detection area alarm activated||Intrusion detection area||
|Intrusion detection area input bypass activated||Intrusion detection area||Input normal|
|Intrusion detection unit tamper||Intrusion detection unit||Tamper normal|
|Manual station activated||Door||Manual station normal
|Recording problem||Camera||Recording problem resolved (corresponds to Recording on or Recording off)|
|Signal lost||Camera||Signal recovered|
|Unit lost||Access control unit, Intrusion detection unit, ALPR unit, Video unit||Unit online|
|Zone armed / Zone disarmed1||Zone||
1 Events that are associated with the normal, active, and trouble states of a zone can also be configured with an acknowledgement condition.