Honeywell K5305-1V5 manual

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    ADEMCO VISTA SERIES VISTA-20P / VISTA-20PSIA VISTA-15P / VISTA-15PSIA Security Syst ems Installation[...]

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    RECOMMEND ATIONS FOR PR OPER PRO TECTION The Following Recommendations for the Location of Fire and [...]

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    Table Of Contents Features and Instal lation Highlight s............................................[...]

  • Page 4

    Table Of Contents (co ntinued) Data Field Programmi ng .............................................[...]

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    SECTION 1 Features and Installation Highlights This manual a pplies to the follow ing Ho neywell sec[...]

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    Compatible Dev ices Device VISTA-20P VISTA-15P Notes Addressable Keypads 8 8 6150 Fixe d-Word Keypad[...]

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    SECTION 2 Mounting and Wiring the Control Installing the Control Cabinet and PC Board Cabinet and Lo[...]

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    ANTENNA MOUNT (2 PLACES) ANTENNA (2) SCREW (2) BLACK MOUNTING CLIP RED MOUNTING CLIP WHITE MOUNTING [...]

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    A C Power, Batter y , and Ground Connections 1321 Transform er TO TERMINALS 1 AND 2 1321X10-001-V0 1[...]

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    Sounder (Bell) Connections Basic Connectio ns spkr_conn-001-V0 ALARM OUTPUT 10.5 - 13.5 VDC 2A MAX. [...]

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    Key pad Notes ARMED READY 1 O F F 4 M A X 7 IN ST ANT R E A D Y 2 A W A Y 5 T E S T 8 C O D E 0 3 S [...]

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    Hardwire Zones and Zone Expansion Hardwire Zones zones-001-V0 HI LO Normally Open Zones/ N.O. EOLR Z[...]

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    Smoke Detector Note s • • • • Fire Verification (zone ty pe 16): The contr ol panel w ill ?[...]

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    BRN GRN BLK ( – ) GROUND RED (+) 12VDC YEL 4 3 2 1 ZONES A B C D F GH DIP SWITCH FOR SETTING ADDRE[...]

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    Installing a 5800TM Module • Use th is mod ule onl y if you are u sing on e or more wi reless bi-d[...]

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    Installing a Ke y sw itch Ke y sw itch Connections GREEN RED 1. Connec t th e 4146 ke yswitch's[...]

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    Connecting Relay Mo dules, Po w erline Carrier Dev ices and Output Triggers 4204/4229 R ela y Module[...]

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    On-Board Triggers Connect fie l d wiring to the desired tr igg er pin on the 8-pin trigger connector[...]

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    Phone Line/Phone Module, and A udio A la rm Verification (AA V ) Connections Phone Line Conne ct inc[...]

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    Audio A larm Verification Connections (AAV, “ listen-In ” ) • Refer t o the connec tion dia gr[...]

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    SECTION 3 Programming Overview A bout Programming • You c an prog ram the sy stem at any tim e, ev[...]

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    Interactive Mode Progr amming ( ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ 56, *57, ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ 58, ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ 79, ∗[...]

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    Type 05 Trouble by Da y/ Alarm by Night • Ass ign to a z one that cont ains a foil -protected d oo[...]

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    Type 23 * No Alarm Response • Can be used on a zone when an output re lay action is desire d, but [...]

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    SECTION 4 Data Field Programming A b out Data Field Programming The foll owing pages l ist th is con[...]

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    *32 Fire Alarm Sounder Timeout 0 = yes; sounder tim eout af ter time se lected in field ∗ 33 1 = n[...]

  • Page 27

    *47 Phone Sy st em Select If Central Stat ion Receiver is not on WATS li ne: 0 = Pulse Dial; 1 = T o[...]

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    Syst em Status Report Codes Zone report c odes are p rogram med usi ng interactive ✱ 56 or ✱ 58 [...]

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    *69 Recent Closing R eport V20PSIA/V1 5PSIA onl y Always ena bled. Field does not app ly to other co[...]

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    *87 Misc. Fault Delay Time 0 = 15 secs 4 = 90 se cs 8 = 4 min #+12 = 8 min 1 = 30 secs 5 = 2 min 9 =[...]

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    *93 No. of Reports In Armed Period per Zone (Swinger Suppr e ssion) 0 = unlimite d number of report [...]

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    *161 Pager 1 Chara cters Enter up to 16 c haracters. Up to 16 o ptional character s may be sent as a[...]

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    Configurable Zone Ty pe Fields • The syst em allows you to define c ustom zone types (VISTA-20P su[...]

  • Page 34

    Configurable Zone Type Chart s ENTR Y 1 ENT RY 2 Response when sy s tem disarmed and zone is: Intact[...]

  • Page 35

    Touch Screen Keypad (A UI ) Enable The syste m supports up to two touch screen st yle keypads (e .g.[...]

  • Page 36

    Installation and S etup Gu ide 4-12[...]

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    SECTION 5 Menu M ode Programming Zones and Partitions Each p rotec tion zone n eed s to b e prog ram[...]

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    Enter Zn Num. (00 = Quit) 10 Zone Number VISTA-20P: wired 01-08 (and 09-48 † ) ; wireless 09-48; R[...]

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    10 INPUT TYPE RF TRANS 3 Input Device type (In) 2 = AW (Aux wir ed zone) 3 = RF (super vised RF tran[...]

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    Entd A022 -406 3 1 Rcvd A0 22-4 064 1 If Serial or Loop Numbers do not match after activating the tr[...]

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    Zn ZT P RC H W: RT 01 09 1 10 EL 1 Zn ZT P RC IN: L 10 00 1 10 :RF – Summar y Screen 01-64 = z one[...]

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    Entd A022-40 63 Rcvd A022-40 64 If Serial or Loop Numbers do not match after activating the transmit[...]

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    XM IT T O CO NFIRM PRESS ✱ TO SKIP Confirm [ ∗ ] to contin ue • If “Yes” was entered at th[...]

  • Page 44

    A bout Output De vice Programming (*79/*80 Menu Mode) Output Devices: The V ISTA- 20P sy stem su ppo[...]

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    Start Outp ut Devic e Mapp ing by pressing *79 while in Data Pr ogramming M ode. ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ 79 [...]

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    *80 Menu Mode: Defining Output Functions Use th is mod e to p rog ram output f unct ion d efin ition[...]

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    “ A ” 01 Zn List 1 Zone List (prompt appear s if z one list was sel ected) 01-08 = z one list; [[...]

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    Enter Output No. R02 02 Output Number 01-16 = VISTA-20P out put no.; 01-08 = VISTA- 15P output no.; [...]

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    A bout Function Ke ys (*57 Menu Mode) The sy stem prov ides the a bility to pr ogram eac h of the f [...]

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    A b out Descriptor Pro gramming (*82 Menu Mode) The sy stem let s you assig n zone desc ript ors for[...]

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    ✱ ZN 01 BACK Accept Firs t Word 6 = save w ord and go to next word in thi s descriptor; 8 = sav e [...]

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    A L PHA VOCABULA RY LIST (For Enteri ng Zone Descriptors) 000 (Word Spac e) – A – • 001 A I R [...]

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    Programming Installer and User Schedules The sy stem provid es sche dules, whic h can b e u sed t o [...]

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    STOP SMT W TFS HH MMA M 0010000 Stop Time (For events 01-r elay on/off; 02-u ser access; 03-l atch k[...]

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    SECTION 6 System Communication and Operation Panel Communication w ith Central Station This sys tem [...]

  • Page 56

    The f ollowin g tabl e lis ts cod es for rep orts s ent in dif ferent form ats: Code for Code for Ty[...]

  • Page 57

    A d emco Contact ID ® The Ad emc o Contac t ID ® Re po rti ng For m at compr ises th e foll ow ing[...]

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    Syst em Security Co des The sy stem s pr ovide s one Instal ler c ode, one System Mast er c ode, plu[...]

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    Keypad Functions The f ollowin g is a brief list of sys tem c omman ds. F or d etail ed infor mati o[...]

  • Page 60

    SUMMARY OF ARMIN G MODE S Feat ures for Each Armin g Mode Armin g Mode Exit Delay Entry Delay Perime[...]

  • Page 61

    Various Sy stem Trouble Displa y s Alpha Display Fixed Di sp. Meani ng ALARM CANCELED CA will appear[...]

  • Page 62

    Installation and S etup Gu ide 6-8[...]

  • Page 63

    SECTION 7 Testing the System A b out Test Procedures After the in stall ation i s co mplet e, you sh[...]

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    NOTES: • All BR ty pe units must p hysically be activat ed to clear th e displ ay. • When one bu[...]

  • Page 65

    SECTION 8 Specifications & Accessories Security Control 1. Physical: 12-1/2” W x 14-1/2” H x[...]

  • Page 66

    2-Wire Smoke Det ector: De tec tor Type System S ensor Model No. Photoe lectric w/heat s ensor, dir [...]

  • Page 67

    5800 Series Transmitter Input Loop Identification All of the trans mitters illustrate d below have o[...]

  • Page 68

    Compatible 5800 Series Transmitters T able (continued) Model Product Input Ty pe Description 5817 Mu[...]

  • Page 69

    SECTION 9 Regulatory Agency Statements RADIO FREQUE NCY E MISSIONS Federal Communic ations Commissio[...]

  • Page 70

    UL NOTICES 1. Entry Delay No. 1 and No. 2 (fiel d s ✱ 35, ✱ 36) cannot be greate r than 3 0 seco[...]

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    Notes 9-3[...]

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    Notes Installation and S etup Gu ide 9-4[...]

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    Notes 9-5[...]

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    Notes Installation and S etup Gu ide 9-6[...]

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    SECTION 10 Limitations and Warranty WARNING THE LIMITATION S OF THIS ALARM SYSTEM Whil e this Syst e[...]

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    WARNING THE LIMITATION S OF THIS ALARM SY STEM (Conti nued ) The mos t common ca use of a n ala rm s[...]

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    – INDEX – 1-9 1321 AC Transfor m er ...... 1-2, 2-3, 2-11 1361X10 ................. 2-3, 2-11, 2[...]

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    R Relay M odules ........................ 1-2, 2-11 Relay Programming ......................... 3-1 [...]

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    CLASS 2 PLUG-IN TRANSFORMER 16.5V AC, 25V A (e.g. ADEMCO No. 1321). (USE No. 1321CN IN CANADA) TO 11[...]

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    LIMITED WARRANTY Honey well Inte rnational Inc., acting throug h its Security & Custo m Electron[...]