Is there a way to shorten the delay when arming the system at night? Presently, there is a two minute delay and I feel this is too long. When I had ADT night mode would arm instantly. I have asked two techs if there was a way to shorten this arming period? Any help would be appreciated.
I don't see the logic of your explanation. When you arm the system at night, it arms all the external sensors and does not arm the motion detectors. The idea is to have the instant activation if one of the door or window sensors is tripped and still give you the ability to walk around the house. My prior alarm company had this - set the panel for night and it comes on instantly. Why can't Xfinity do the same.?
Technicians can set certain sensors to be active in Night Mode. For example, you may want all first floor sensors to be active, while second floor sensors should be off, in case someone needs to get up to move around that floor in the middle of the night without tripping the alarm.
The delay also gives you time to open and close any doors that might have sensors on them; as an example, someone may have a sensor on a door that they need to open and close to get in to their bedroom after they've begun the Arm Night process.
I will pass along the feedback though that you'd like the feature to configure the delay on Arm Night mode. Our goal is to balance the flexibility of the system while at the same time minimizing the number false alarms that are triggered.