Updating doors

10-Oct-2019 01:46

The touchscreen, panel and system determines what doors and windows you have by the descriptors you give it.

If your Doors and Windows are not named correctly (e.g. rather the name is just (Back, Front, Dining Room etc.) you will want to change it to (Front Window, Dining Room Door etc.).

Ever since we shared a bunch of doorknob options last week (and ordered the ones we liked the most), we’ve been waiting for them to arrive so that our upstairs doors could finally have some closure. So when the box landed on our porch, we got right on installing them.

These simple instructions will save you time and can help you customize your system just the way you want it.

Updating the names is easy to do in either of two ways: If all of your door & window sensor names are correct, then skip to the touchscreen instructions at the bottom of this to update the touchscreen settings.

Don’t you love a good forced pun on a Wednesday morning?

This is the best I could do to get all of the doors into one shot (the master bedroom – seen above – is behind me).

Taking this shot was actually the first time we’ve ever been able to close them all since moving in, which has been especially nice for rooms like Clara’s (no more propping the door shut with a floor pillow for naps) and the bathroom (for, well, obvious reasons).

These simple instructions will save you time and can help you customize your system just the way you want it.

Updating the names is easy to do in either of two ways: If all of your door & window sensor names are correct, then skip to the touchscreen instructions at the bottom of this to update the touchscreen settings.

Don’t you love a good forced pun on a Wednesday morning?

This is the best I could do to get all of the doors into one shot (the master bedroom – seen above – is behind me).

Taking this shot was actually the first time we’ve ever been able to close them all since moving in, which has been especially nice for rooms like Clara’s (no more propping the door shut with a floor pillow for naps) and the bathroom (for, well, obvious reasons).

I had to do that on every single door (all eleven of them), so it definitely added to the timeline (and mess) of the project.