Honeywell VISTA-15P manual

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

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    – 2 – IMPORTANT! PROP ER IN TRU SION P ROT ECT ION For proper intr usion cov erage, s ensors sho[...]

  • Page 3

    – 3 – Table of Contents System Over view .......................................................[...]

  • Page 4

    – 4 – Table of Contents (cont inu ed) Macro K ey Programming & Usage .......................[...]

  • Page 5

    – 5 – System Overview Introduction Congr atula tion s on y our owner ship of a H oneyw ell Sec u[...]

  • Page 6

    – 6 – System Overview (cont’d) Zones and Partitions • The sys tem s ensing devic es h ave b [...]

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    – 7 – System Overview (cont’d) Function Keys • The “A, ” “B,” “ C,” and “D” [...]

  • Page 8

    – 8 – About The Keypad s General Information Your keypads allo w you to control all syst em func[...]

  • Page 9

    – 9 – About The Keypad s (cont’d) 1 OFF 4 MAX 7 INSTANT READY 2 AWAY 5 TEST 8 CODE 0 3 STAY 6 [...]

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    – 10 – About The Keypad s (Cont’d) FIXED-WORD DISPLAY KEYPAD AW AY : All burglary z ones, int [...]

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    – 11 – Functions of the Keypads 1 OFF 4 MAX 7 INSTANT READY 2 AWAY 5 TEST 8 CODE 0 3 STAY 6 BYPA[...]

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    – 12 – Functions of the Keypads (cont’d) NOTE: The functions pri nted directly on the keys ind[...]

  • Page 13

    – 13 – Functions of the Keypads (cont’d) 11. # This ke y can be used fo r "Quick Armin g&[...]

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    – 14 – Entry/Exit Delays Entry Delay Entry Delays give you time to disarm the syste m when you r[...]

  • Page 15

    – 15 – Entry/Exit Delays (cont’d) Exit A larms Exit Error Conditions When ever you arm th e sy[...]

  • Page 16

    – 16 – Checking For Open Zones Using the [ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ] Key to Displa y and Announce System[...]

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    – 17 – Arming the System STA Y Mod e: A rms Peri meter Only , En try D elay On • Used wh en yo[...]

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    – 18 – Arming the System (cont’d) A rming Commands Before arming, close all perimeter doors an[...]

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    – 19 – Arming the System (cont’d) Single Button Arming The “A” , “B”, “ C”, and /o[...]

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    – 20 – (if programme d) Keyswitc h Using the Ke y sw itch Your syste m may b e equi pped with a [...]

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    – 21 – Disarming and Silencing Alarms Using the [OFF] key The OFF key is used t o di sar m th e [...]

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    – 22 – Bypassing Protection Zo nes Using the BYP A SS Ke y Use t his ke y when you wa nt to ar m[...]

  • Page 23

    – 23 – Bypassing Protection Zo nes (cont’d) Quick By pass If pr ogramm ed, "Q uic k By pa[...]

  • Page 24

    – 24 – Chime Mode Using the Chime Mode CHIME mod e aler ts you to th e op ening of a per imet er[...]

  • Page 25

    – 25 – Date and Time Viewing the Current Date and Time The m aster users can v iew the sy stem t[...]

  • Page 26

    – 26 – Panic Keys Using Panic Key s Your syste m may h ave b een p rogra mmed to u se sp ecial k[...]

  • Page 27

    – 27 – Macro Key P rogramming & Usage A bou t Macro Keys The “A” , “B”, “ C” or [...]

  • Page 28

    – 28 – Macro Key P rogramming & Usage (cont’d) The keypad beep s to ac kn owledg e your in[...]

  • Page 29

    – 29 – Using Device Commands A bou t De vice Commands Your sy stem may b e set u p so that it ca[...]

  • Page 30

    – 30 – Paging Feature A bou t A utomatic Paging Your system may be set up to auto matica lly sen[...]

  • Page 31

    – 31 – Paging Feature (cont’d) A bou t Manual Paging Your system may be set up so you can manu[...]

  • Page 32

    – 32 – Security Co des & Autho rity Levels A bou t Securit y Codes Your install er as signed[...]

  • Page 33

    – 33 – Security Co des & Autho rity Levels ( cont’d) How to A ssign Security Codes and Use[...]

  • Page 34

    – 34 – Accessing Other Par titio ns (VISTA-20P) A bout A ccessing Partitions (GOTO Command and M[...]

  • Page 35

    – 35 – Accessing Other Par titio ns (cont’d) Using the GoTo Command (VISTA -20P) If the u ser [...]

  • Page 36

    – 36 – Accessing Other Par titio ns (cont’d) Common Zone Operation (VISTA-20P) Ask your ins ta[...]

  • Page 37

    – 37 – Scheduling A bou t Scheduling The sy stem provid es end- user sch edules ( progr ammabl e[...]

  • Page 38

    – 38 – Scheduling (cont’d ) 5. For ev ent num b er “02, ” en ter the ac c es s gr oup numb[...]

  • Page 39

    – 39 – Event Logging Procedures A bou t Event Logging The sy s tem rec or d s v ar i ou s ev en [...]

  • Page 40

    – 40 – Event Logging Procedures (cont’d) Code Definition 143 Alarm, Expansion M odule 145 ECP [...]

  • Page 41

    – 41 – Testing the System A bout Testing the Syst em Using the Te st mode all ows eac h pro tect[...]

  • Page 42

    – 42 – Trouble Conditions "Check" and "Batte ry " Displa ys T he word CHECK [...]

  • Page 43

    – 43 – Trouble Conditions (cont’d) Word s or l etter s in p arent heses ( ) ar e th ose th at [...]

  • Page 44

    – 44 – Trouble Conditions (cont’d) Other Trouble Displays (Continued ) AC LOSS The sy stem is [...]

  • Page 45

    – 45 – Maintaining Your System Taking Care of Your System The c omp onen ts of y our secu rity s[...]

  • Page 46

    – 46 – Fire Alarm System THIS SECTION APPLIES ONLY TO RESIDENTIAL SYSTEMS Genera l You r fir e a[...]

  • Page 47

    – 47 – Fire Alarm System (cont’d) THIS SECTION APPLIES ONLY TO RESIDENTIAL SYSTEMS Manually In[...]

  • Page 48

    – 48 – Fire Alarm System (cont’d) THIS SECTION APPLIES ONLY TO RESIDENTIAL SYSTEMS National Fi[...]

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    – 49 – Fire Alarm System (cont’d) THIS SECTION APPLIES ONLY TO RESIDENTIAL SYSTEMS Emergency E[...]

  • Page 50

    – 50 – Quick Guide to Basic System Functions FUNCTION PROCEDURE COMMENTS Check Zone s Press READ[...]

  • Page 51

    – 51 – Summary of Audible/Visual Notificatio ns Fixed-Word Display Keypads SOUND CAUSE DISPLAY L[...]

  • Page 52

    – 52 – Summary of A/V Notifications (cont’d) A lpha Displa y Ke ypads SOUND CAUSE DISPLAY LOUD[...]

  • Page 53

    – 53 – Regulatory Statem ents and Warnings “FEDERAL CO MMUNICAT IONS C OMMIS SION (FCC) P art [...]

  • Page 54

    – 54 – Regulatory Statem ents (cont’d) Industry Cana da (con tinu ed) Users should ensur e for[...]

  • Page 55

    – 55 – System Features Log Features Comments Exit Delay Part. 1: Part. 2 * : Entry Dela y 1 Part[...]

  • Page 56

    – 56 – System Features Log (cont’d) User Setup The f ollowing chart w ill help k eep trac k of[...]

  • Page 57

    – 57 – System Features Log (cont’d ) User Se tup (cont’d) Enter system /par tition mast er c[...]

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    – 58 – System Features Log (cont’d ) Schedules*: master code + [#] + [6] [4] No. Event Device [...]

  • Page 59

    – 59 – OWNER’S INSURANCE PREMIUM CRE DIT REQUEST This form shoul d be completed and forward ed[...]

  • Page 60

    – 60 – OWNER’S INSURANCE PREMIUM CRE DIT REQUEST (cont.) E. SMOKE DE TE CTOR LOCATI ONS Furnac[...]

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    – 61 – – – – – No te s Notes Notes Notes – – – –[...]

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    – 62 – – – – – No te s Notes Notes Notes – – – –[...]

  • Page 63

    – 63 – LIMITATIONS OF THIS SYSTEM WARNING! THE LIMITATION S OF THIS ALARM SYSTEM While this syst[...]

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    ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY Honeywell International In c., acting through its S ecurity & C ustom [...]