I triggered the siren when installing it and I would be surprised if we both slept through it.
Two way voice (if active) will kick off the siren, but there would be a solid period of time due to dialer delay with the siren active.
It would be good to test an alarm event to verify how the system is currently reacting.
If you have 24/7 monitoring you would want to contact operators at 855-348-0367 to place your account in test mode. Then set off an alarm and note the panel reaction.
Opening an entry door should trigger an entry delay, after which your panel will kick on its siren and dialer delay will start before the signal is forwarded to the central station.
The door sensors are Qolsys IQ Wireless S-Line QS1134-840. The door locks are Schlage BE469. I think I named the door locks with “..locks” and the sensor as “..Sensor”.
There is some confusion on this.
Z-wave door locks are not sensors and do not get programmed as such.
Your panel is reporting that you have two sensors labeled Kitchen Door:
Zone 3: Kitchen Door Lock
Zone 6: Kitchen Door Sensor
There are two sensors labeled Front Door:
Zone 4: Front Door Lock
Zone 5: Front Door Sensor
Then you have two Z-wave locks on your system:
In some cases individuals will use plunger sensors to monitor the state of a deadbolt physically. But the status reported by the Z-wave locks and sensors do not match.
For example, the Front Door reports as Locked, but the “Front Door Lock” sensor is Open. The “Front Door Sensor” is closed.
Can you please confirm what exactly the Zones are that are labeled “lock?” Schlage locks do not communicate on 319.5 sensor frequency and are not used for alarm sensor reporting. Confirming the origin of these sensor zones should help clear up issues.