Why does some zones have a red border in BlueEye?

Why does some zones have a red border in BlueEye?

The red border it's a new implementation indicating the zones which can generate alarm. This option is avilable only for MG/SP+ and EVOHD+ series. In the image, the system is not armed but zones 7 and 8 are set on 24h Burglary, meaning that they can generate alarm when zone opens. The other zones will have a red border once the system is armed, due to the different zone definition (Entry delay, Instant, Follow and so on).

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