About output behaviors - Security Center 5.8

Security Center Administrator Guide 5.8

series
Security Center 5.8
revised_modified
2020-08-17

An output behavior is a type of entity that defines a custom output signal format, such as a pulse with a delay and duration.

Some examples of output behaviors can include controlling a parking gate, flashing a light in the warehouse, and so on.

Output behaviors are used to control output relays or access control units, video units, and zones that are not being used to control door locks. They can be triggered by automatic event-to-actions, manually through hot actions in Security Desk, or through I/O linking.