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    ADEMCO VISTA SERIES VISTA-20P / VISTA-20PSIA VISTA-15P / VISTA-15PSIA Security Syst ems Installation a nd Setup Guide K5305-1 V5 10/04 Rev. A[...]

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    RECOMMEND ATIONS FOR PR OPER PRO TECTION The Following Recommendations for the Location of Fire and Burglary Detection Devices Help Provide Proper Cov erage for the Protected Premises. Recommendations For Smoke And Heat Detectors With r egard to th e num ber and pl acemen t of smok e/h eat det ector s, w e subsc ribe to the recom menda tion s cont [...]

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    Table Of Contents Features and Instal lation Highlight s........................................................................................... ................. 1-1 Capabilities and F unctions................................................................................................................................................ 1-1 Comp[...]

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    Table Of Contents (co ntinued) Data Field Programmi ng ......................................................................................................... ........................ 4-1 About Data Field Pro gramming ................................................................................................... ..............................[...]

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    SECTION 1 Features and Installation Highlights This manual a pplies to the follow ing Ho neywell sec urity systems : ADEMCO VISTA-20P/AD EMCO VISTA-20PSIA/ADEMCO VI STA-20PCN (collectively referred to as VISTA-20P series), ADEMCO VISTA-15P/ADEMCO VISTA-15PSIA/ADEMCO VISTA-15PCN (coll ectiv ely ref erred to a s VISTA -15P seri es) Featur es an d pro[...]

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    Compatible Dev ices Device VISTA-20P VISTA-15P Notes Addressable Keypads 8 8 6150 Fixe d-Word Keypad, 6160 Alpha Keypad, 6150V Fixed-Wor d Display Voice Key pad, 6160V Alpha Display Voic e Keypad, 6150RF K eypad/Transc eiver Touch Scree n (AUI) Devices 2 2 Touch Screen (A UI) devic es are i n addi tion to the 8 addressable k eypads. E.g., Symphony [...]

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    SECTION 2 Mounting and Wiring the Control Installing the Control Cabinet and PC Board Cabinet and Lock 1. Mount the co ntr ol cabinet to a sturdy w all in a clean, dry ar ea, which is no t read ily acce ssible to the ge neral public, using fa steners or anchors (not supp lied) wi th the four cabine t mounting holes. 2. Remove cabinet do or, then re[...]

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    A C Power, Batter y , and Ground Connections 1321 Transform er TO TERMINALS 1 AND 2 1321X10-001-V0 1 2 Connec t th e 1321 Transfo rmer (1321CN in Canada) to te rminals 1 and 2 on t he control bo ard. See Wire R un Chart for wire size to use. • Use cautio n when wiring the transformer t o the control to gua rd against bl owing the trans former fus[...]

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    Sounder (Bell) Connections Basic Connectio ns spkr_conn-001-V0 ALARM OUTPUT 10.5 - 13.5 VDC 2A MAX. 3 4 Make so under connec tions to alarm output ter minals 3 (+) and 4 (–). • The 12VD C sounder output activate s when an alarm occur s. • Total curr ent drawn from this output cannot exc e ed 2 amps (go ing beyond 2 amps w ill overloa d the po[...]

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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 T A Y 6 B Y P A S S 9 C H I M E # Set device addr esses. Refer to the in structions inclu ded with the devi ces and set ea ch address a ccording to th e Table o f Devic es Addr esses . See Keypad Programming Fields (fields * 190-*196) in Section 4. D[...]

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    Hardwire Zones and Zone Expansion Hardwire Zones zones-001-V0 HI LO Normally Open Zones/ N.O. EOLR Zones 1. Connect open circui t devices in pa rallel across the l oop; for EOLR zon es, conn ect the EOLR acr oss the loop wire s a t the last dev ice. 2. Enable normally o pen/EOLR zones using Zo ne Programmi ng mode, “H ardwire Type” prompt. Norm[...]

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    Smoke Detector Note s • • • • Fire Verification (zone ty pe 16): The contr ol panel w ill “verify” a fire alarm by resetting the smo ke detectors after the first al arm trigger, a nd then waiting 90 s econds for a second a larm trigger. If th e smoke d etector or th ermo stat does not trigger a gain, the co ntrol will disreg ard the fir[...]

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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 irection al keypa ds or keyfobs w i th a wire less Receiver; 5800TM is not necessary if us ing a Transceiver (e .g., 5883). • The 5800TM must be se t to address 28 (cut re d-W1 jumper). • The 5800TM can be use d in partitio n 1 only. • For add[...]

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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 normally open mo mentary switch t o a zone’s (2-8) terminals. Re move the 2000 ohm EOL resisto r if connected acro ss the selected zo n e. 2. Using a sta ndard ke ypad cable as shown: Connect the ye llow and white keyswitch wire s t o trigger conn[...]

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    Connecting Relay Mo dules, Po w erline Carrier Dev ices and Output Triggers 4204/4229 R ela y Modules U L For U L installation requirements , refer to t he Installa tion Instr uctions for the 4204. 1. Mou nt either r emotely or in the con trol pa nel. 2. Connec t each module to the control’s ke ypad terminals and set the device addresse s as prev[...]

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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 centrally located above th e termi nal strip. • If usi ng 1361X10 transfo rmer and power line carrier devices, use the SA4120XM-1 cable (part of 4120TR Trig ger C able). See Wirin g the AC Tran sformer secti on for transforme r connections. • If[...]

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    Phone Line/Phone Module, and A udio A la rm Verification (AA V ) Connections Phone Line Conne ct incoming phone line and handset wiring to the main terminal block (via an RJ31X jack) as shown in the Summary of Conne ctions diagram at the back of this manual. Wire co lors represent the c olor s of the cable to th e RJ31X jac k. 4285/4286 Phone Modul[...]

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    Audio A larm Verification Connections (AAV, “ listen-In ” ) • Refer t o the connec tion dia grams b elow. One dia gram sh ows connections when a 4285/4286 Pho ne Module is use d, the other sho ws connections when t he 4285/4286 is no t used. • Conn ections us e one of th e on -board triggers. • Set fiel d *91 for AAV and pro gram the appr[...]

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    SECTION 3 Programming Overview A bout Programming • You c an prog ram the sy stem at any tim e, ev en at th e in stall er's pr emi ses pr ior to the actual in st allati on. • Prog ram ming c an al so be perfor med r emo tely fr om th e insta ller’ s off ice/h ome, using an IB M pers onal computer, a modem, and Compass downloading softwar[...]

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    Interactive Mode Progr amming ( ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ 56, *57, ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ 58, ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ 79, ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ 80, ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ 81, ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ 82) Entering Interac tive Mode Press [ ∗ ] + [I nteractive Mo de No.] (for example, ∗ 56) wh ile in Program Mode. Th e Alpha display ke ypad will display the first o f a serie s of pro mpts. Af[...]

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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 oor or win dow (su ch as in a store) , or to a zone coverin g a sens itive a rea su ch as a stock room, drug su pply room, etc. • Can also b e used on a sensor or conta ct in an area where imm ediate n otifica tion of a n entry is desired. • Provid[...]

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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 with no accompany i ng alarm (e.g., lo bby door acce ss). Type 24 Silent Burglary • Usu ally assigned to all sen sors or cont acts on exteri or doors and wi ndows wh ere bells and/ or sirens are NOT desired. • Provides an instant alarm, w ith NO [...]

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    SECTION 4 Data Field Programming A b out Data Field Programming The foll owing pages l ist th is contr ol’s d ata fie lds in n umerica l order. V alid entr ies f or each fi eld are show n in i tali cs. Expl anat ions and sp ecial no tes are pres ented belo w the entr ies. Use the se parate Pr ogramm ing Guide t o recor d the d ata for this insta [...]

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    *32 Fire Alarm Sounder Timeout 0 = yes; sounder tim eout af ter time se lected in field ∗ 33 1 = no timeout; sounds until manually turn ed off This cont rol complies w i th NFPA re quirements for temporal puls e soundi ng of f ire notifi cation appli ances. Temporal pulse sounding for a fir e alarm consist s of the following : 3 pu lses – pause[...]

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    *47 Phone Sy st em Select If Central Stat ion Receiver is not on WATS li ne: 0 = Pulse Dial; 1 = T one Dial If Central Stat ion Receiver is o n WATS line: 2 = Pulse Dial; 3 = T one Dial Select th e type of tel ephone s ervic e. *48 Report Format (P r imary/Secondary ) 0 = 3+1, 4+1 AD EMCO L/S STANDARD 1 = 3+1, 4+1 R ADIONICS STANDARD 2 = 4+2 ADEM C[...]

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    Syst em Status Report Codes Zone report c odes are p rogram med usi ng interactive ✱ 56 or ✱ 58 Zo ne Programming modes, wh ile system statu s (non -ala rm) codes and restor e codes are ent ered in data fields *59 - * 68, *70 - *76, *89. The actual repor t code digits that you enter depend upo n the particul ar installatio n, and should agre e [...]

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    *69 Recent Closing R eport V20PSIA/V1 5PSIA onl y Always ena bled. Field does not app ly to other contr ols. Similar to the Exit Er ror co n dition d escribe d in field *59, b ut occurs i f an en try/exit door or in terior zon e is faulted within two minutes aft er the initial ex it delay expires. Disarm ing the s ystem wi thin th e two minu tes st[...]

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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 = 5 min #+13 = 10 min 2 = 45 secs 6 = 2-1/2 min #+10 = 6 min #+14 = 12 min 3 = 60 secs 7 = 3 min #+11 = 7 m in #+15 = 15 m in Used with zo n es assigned t o a configur able zone type with fault del ay on (configurable zone type digi t “6”), and se[...]

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    *93 No. of Reports In Armed Period per Zone (Swinger Suppr e ssion) 0 = unlimite d number of report s 1 = 1 report pair per zone per armed period 2 = 2 report pairs per zone per armed period Sele ction limit s the number of alarm/a larm resto re m e s s a g e p a i r s p e r z o n e s e n t t o t h e C S i n a n a r m e d period. SIA Gui delines : [...]

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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 prefix to the 7-digit sy stem status code sent to Pag er #1 (if used). Phone numbe r in field *160 must have been e ntered. If fewer than 16 c haracters, exit by pr essing [ ∗ ] and next field numb er. To clear en tries : press ∗ 161 ∗ . The 1[...]

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    Configurable Zone Ty pe Fields • The syst em allows you to define c ustom zone types (VISTA-20P suppor ts 4 [types 90-93]; V I STA-15P supports 2 [type s 90, 91]), based on the options described at ri ght. • All config urable zone types can be pr ogrammed via the downloader. • Co nfigurable zone types 90 and 91 can also be programme d fr om a[...]

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    Configurable Zone Type Chart s ENTR Y 1 ENT RY 2 Response when sy s tem disarmed and zone is: Intact EOL RF zone normal Open RF zone N/A Shorted RF zn off-n ormal Au t o Restore Vent Zone 0 = normal 1 = alarm 2 = trouble 3 = fault 0 = normal 4 = alarm 8 = trouble 12 = fault see note 5 0 = normal 1 = alarm 2 = trouble 3 = fault see note 6 0 = no 4 =[...]

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    Touch Screen Keypad (A UI ) Enable The syste m supports up to two touch screen st yle keypads (e .g., Symphony Advanced User Interface (AUI), and 6270 Touch Sc reen keypad. NOTE : Use of touch scr een d evices d oes n ot affect the numb er of standard ke ypads supported. *189 AUI Device 1 and 2 En able VISTA-20P: Enter each t ouch screen (AUI) d ev[...]

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    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 ramm ed wi th v ariou s attribu tes u sing * 56 Zon e Prog ram ming m od e or ✱ 58 Exp ert Programming Mode. The VI STA- 20P sy stem c an c ontrol two independ ent area s of pr otec tion ( know n as par tition s) f or us e by indepen den t user s, if [...]

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    Enter Zn Num. (00 = Quit) 10 Zone Number VISTA-20P: wired 01-08 (and 09-48 † ) ; wireless 09-48; RF button z ones 49-64 VISTA-15P: wired 0 1 -06 (and 07-22 † ); wireless 0 9-34; RF button z ones 49-56 Both Control s : 91 = a ddr. devi ce report enable; 92 = duress report enable 95, 96, 99 =em erg. zones [ ∗ ] to contin ue; 00 to quit † if z[...]

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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 transm itter 4 = UR (unsup ervised RF tran s mitter) 5 = Button t ype RF tran smitter (unsupervised). [ ∗ ] to contin ue This prompt is skippe d for zones 2-8, or 2-16 if zone-doubling w as enabled at “Hardwir e Type” prompt. All of th e RF trans m[...]

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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 transmitter [ ∗ ] to contin ue If the serial number transmi tted does not match the serial number entered, a displ ay sim ilar to the one s hown ap pears . If th e loop nu mber does not ma tch, it will als o be displayed. If so, activate the l oop in[...]

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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 number; [ ∗ ] to co ntinue; 00 = quit OR [D] to go to prompts for wi reless key program ming templates A summ ary screen appea rs, sh owing zone 1’s currentl y program med values . Enter the z one numb er being programmed, then pr ess [ ∗ ], w[...]

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    Entd A022-40 63 Rcvd A022-40 64 If Serial or Loop Numbers do not match after activating the transmitter [ ∗ ] to contin ue I f the serial/l oop number combina tion transmitted does no t match the serial and loop number e ntered, a display similar to th e one below will appe ar. If the loop number does not match, it will also be displayed. If so, [...]

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    XM IT T O CO NFIRM PRESS ✱ TO SKIP Confirm [ ∗ ] to contin ue • If “Yes” was entered at the S ET TO CONF IRM? prompt previously (see first prompt following entry i nto the ∗ 58 Exper t P rogramming Mode), t he display o n the left will appear. Co nfirm serial and loo p numbers by ac tivating the wire less key. IMPORTANT: When co nfirmed[...]

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    A bout Output De vice Programming (*79/*80 Menu Mode) Output Devices: The V ISTA- 20P sy stem su pports up t o 16 rel ays and/or Pow erlin e Carr ier d evic es (X-10 d evices) p lus 2 bui lt-in trig ger outp uts in any combinati on. The se 18 “ outpu ts” are as signed to sys tem- wide ou tpu t numb ers ( 01-18) . Use * 79 Men u Mod e to a ssign[...]

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    Start Outp ut Devic e Mapp ing by pressing *79 while in Data Pr ogramming M ode. ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ 79 Men u Mode ENTER OUTPUT NO. 00 = QUIT xx Device Outp ut Number 01-18 = VISTA-20P rel ays/X-10; 01-08, 17, 18 = VISTA- 15P relays/X-10 [ ∗ ] to contin ue; 00 to quit This is the logical (or re ference) relay numbe r as used in the system. Re lays an[...]

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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 s (up to 48 func tions) that prov ide au tomat ed c ontrol of any of the output d evi ces, based on ev ents occu rring on in divid ual z ones or zon es w ith c ertain zon e typ es. Each ou tpu t defin ition is i dentifi ed by an outp ut f unction nu[...]

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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; [ ∗ ] to contin ue Enter the desired zon e list number a ssociated with thi s output number. NOTE: Do not use pager zone lists 09-12 in output definitions. Enter the zone list eve nt that will activate t his output. Enter Event 0 = restore ; 1 = ala[...]

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    Enter Output No. R02 02 Output Number 01-16 = VISTA-20P out put no.; 01-08 = VISTA- 15P output no.; 17- 18 = on-board triggers Enter the d evice output n umber (prog rammed in *79 Menu Mode) you wa nt ass ociated wi th this output. Press [ ✱ ] to continue. 02 A E P T RIG R02 1 1 3 ZL=00 Summar y Screen A summary scr een appears showing the progra[...]

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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 our key pad f unct ion keys to p erform on e of 12 system oper ation s. Th e en d user c an th en ac tivat e t he fun ction by simp ly pr essin g and h oldin g the programmed key for 2 se conds. Typical functio n s (listed below) incl ude single-butt[...]

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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 pr otecti on z ones, keypad pan ics, an d R F rece iver superv isi on faults. Each descr ipti on ca n be c omp osed of a com binati on of w ord s (up to 3) s elect ed fr om a v ocabul ary of 196 words stor ed in m emory (see a f ollowin g page). I n[...]

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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 word and go to nex t z one Press [6] to a ccept the select ed word an d continue t o the next w ord, or press [8] if this is the only wo rd you are u sing f or the descri ptor. ✱ ZN 01 BACK D OOR Second 3-Digit Index No. see index f or entries; [ ?[...]

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    A L PHA VOCABULA RY LIST (For Enteri ng Zone Descriptors) 000 (Word Spac e) – A – • 001 A I R • 002 ALARM ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ 004 ALLE Y 005 AMBUS H • 006 A R E A • 007 A P ARTMENT • 009 ATTIC ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ 010 AUDI O – B – • 012 BABY ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ • 013 BACK ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ • 014 BAR • 016 BASEMENT ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ • 017[...]

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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 autom atic ally c ontrol 1 1 ty pes of sys tem ev ents at pre- defin ed tim es. S ome ev ent s are r eserv ed f or the in stall er on ly. VISTA-2 0P: Prov ides up t o 32 sch edul es: 16 sch edule s for u se by the en d-us er, 1 6 for u se b y the in [...]

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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 key report) 01-12 = hour; 00- 59 = minute; 0 = AM; 1 = PM; D ays = place “ 1 ” under days Press [ ∗ ] to continue . Enter the even t’s s top time a nd days of the week to occur. To select days , positi on the c ursor und er the desi red days u[...]

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    SECTION 6 System Communication and Operation Panel Communication w ith Central Station This sys tem acc ommodat es several f ormats f or repor ting alar ms and o ther sys tem c onditions to the C entral Stati on. Th e pr oces s of a s ucces sful tr ansmi ssi on con sists of both the m eth od of commu nica tion betwe en th e control p anel an d th e[...]

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    The f ollowin g tabl e lis ts cod es for rep orts s ent in dif ferent form ats: Code for Code for Type of 3+1/4+ 1 3+1/4+ 1 Code for Report Sta ndard Expande d 4+2 Alarm SSS(S) A SSS(S) A SSSS AZ AAA(A) Z Trouble SSS(S) T SSS(S) T SSSS Tt TTT(T) t Bypass SSS(S) B SSS(S) B SSSS Bb BBB(B) b AC Loss SSS(S) E SSS(S) E SSSS EA C EEE(E) A C Low Batt SSS([...]

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    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 : 4-digit o r 10-digit s u bscriber number (dependi ng on format selecte d). 1-dig it event qualifi er (“n ew” or “rest ore”). 3-dig it even t cod e. 2-digit Partition No. 3-digit zone num ber, user number, or syste m status number (see the [...]

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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, plus a set of oth er us er c odes in tend ed for ot her u sers of th e syst em. Thes e cod es can each be a ssig ned one of 5 auth or ity lev els, w hich d eter min e the fun ction s eac h cod e ca n perf orm as list ed in th e tabl e bel ow. VISTA-2 0P[...]

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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 on con cern ing sy stem func tions , refer to the User's Manual. For Touch Screen style keypad users, refer to the separate Touch Screen keypad (AUI) Use r’s Guide. Voice Keypads The 615 0V/6160 V Voice K eypads p rovid e the followi ng f eatur[...]

  • Page 60

    SUMMARY OF ARMIN G MODE S Feat ures for Each Armin g Mode Armin g Mode Exit Delay Entry Delay Perimeter Armed Interior Arme d AWAY Yes Yes Yes Yes STAY Yes Yes Yes No NIGHT-STAY Yes Yes Yes o nly those zone s listed in Night- Stay zone list INSTANT Yes No Yes No MAXIMUM Yes N o Yes Ye s Panic Keys There are thre e Panic key s (A, B, and C) th at, i[...]

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    Various Sy stem Trouble Displa y s Alpha Display Fixed Di sp. Meani ng ALARM CANCELED CA will appear if an exit o r interior zo ne contained a fault d uring c losing at the time the Exi t Delay en ded (e. g., exi t door lef t open), but the s ystem wa s disa rmed duri ng the Entry D elay tim e. The al arm sounder a nd keypad s ound continuo usly, b[...]

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

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    SECTION 7 Testing the System A b out Test Procedures After the in stall ation i s co mplet e, you shou ld p erfor m the f ollow ing t ests: System T est: Chec ks th at all z ones h ave b een in stalled pr oper ly an d the system resp onds to f aults . Dialer Test: Checks th at the p hone con necti on to the c entral stati on is w orkin g prop erly [...]

  • Page 64

    NOTES: • All BR ty pe units must p hysically be activat ed to clear th e displ ay. • When one bu tton of a tra nsmit ter ( RF, UR , or B R) is ac tivat ed, a ll zone s assig ned to oth er buttons on th at tran smitter ar e clear ed from th e disp lay. This a lso app lies t o 5816 an d 5817 tran smitters, which have mul tiple l oops (zon es ). ?[...]

  • Page 65

    SECTION 8 Specifications & Accessories Security Control 1. Physical: 12-1/2” W x 14-1/2” H x 3” D (318mm x 3 68mm x 76 mm) 2. Electric al: VOLTAGE INPUT: 16.5VAC from plug-in 2 5VA transformer, ADEMCO 1 321 (in U.S.A.) RECHARGEABLE BACK UP BATTERY: 12VDC, 4 AH (sealed lead acid typ e). Charging Voltage: 13.8VDC. ALAR M SOUND ER: 12V , 2.0[...]

  • Page 66

    2-Wire Smoke Det ector: De tec tor Type System S ensor Model No. Photoe lectric w/heat s ensor, dir ect wir e 2300T B Photoe lectric, d irect wire 2400 Photoe lectric w/heat sens or, dir ect wire 2400TH Photoe lectric 2451 w/B40 1B base Photoe lectric w/heat sensor 2451T H w/B401B bas e Ionizatio n, direc t wire 1400 Ionizatio n 1451 w/B40 1B base [...]

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    5800 Series Transmitter Input Loop Identification All of the trans mitters illustrate d below have one or m ore unique factory a ssigned input (lo op) ID codes. Each of t he input loops require s its own progra mming zone (e.g., a 5804' s four inputs requ ire four program ming zones). 5802MN ENROLL AS "UR" OR "RF" LOOP 1 V2[...]

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    Compatible 5800 Series Transmitters T able (continued) Model Product Input Ty pe Description 5817 Multi-Point Univer sal Transmitt er RF Has three unique i nput (loop) code s: one for a “ Primary ” con tact loop with pr ogrammable optio ns; the others for tw o “ auxiliary ” closed cir cuit contact l oops. 5818 Recessed Tr ansmitter RF • R[...]

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    SECTION 9 Regulatory Agency Statements RADIO FREQUE NCY E MISSIONS Federal Communic ations Commission (F CC) Part 15 This dev ice com plies wit h par t 15 of t he FCC r ules. O perati on is s ubject t o the follo wing t wo con ditions : (1) T his devic e may n ot cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,[...]

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    UL NOTICES 1. Entry Delay No. 1 and No. 2 (fiel d s ✱ 35, ✱ 36) cannot be greate r than 3 0 seconds fo r UL Residen tial Burglar Alar m instal lation s, and entr y delay plu s dial delay sh ould not exceed 1 mi nute. For U L C ommer cial B urglar Al arm in stallat ion s, total en try d elay m ay not ex ceed 45 s econ ds. 2. For UL Commercial Bu[...]

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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 em is an advanced d esign s ecurity sys tem, it does n ot offer gua ranteed prote ction aga inst burgla ry, fire or oth er emerg ency. Any a larm s ystem, wh ether comme rcial or res identi al, is subject to compromi se or fai lure to war n for a vari[...]

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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 system n ot functi oning wh en an i ntrusi on or fire occurs is i nadequ ate maintenance . This alarm sys tem should be test ed weekly to make sure all senso rs and transmitte rs are workin g properl y. The s ecurity ke ypad ( and remote keypa d) shou[...]

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    – INDEX – 1-9 1321 AC Transfor m er ...... 1-2, 2-3, 2-11 1361X10 ................. 2-3, 2-11, 2-12, 8-2 24-H our Audib le Alarm .................... 3-3 24-H our Aux iliary Alarm ................... 3-3 24-H our Silent Alar m ....................... 3-3 3+1 and 4+1 Standard Formats ..... 6-1 42041-2, 2-2, 2-5, 2-6, 2-11, 3-1, 5-8, 5- 9, 6-5, 8[...]

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    R Relay M odules ........................ 1-2, 2-11 Relay Programming ......................... 3-1 Report Code .. 4-4 , 4-5, 4-6 , 4-9, 5-2, 5- 5, 6-1 Report Code For m ats ...................... 6-1 Reports In A rmed Period ............... 4-7 response t ime .................... 2-7 , 4-6 , 5-2 RF Ho use ID Co de ................... 2- 8, 4-1 RF [...]

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    LIMITED WARRANTY Honey well Inte rnational Inc., acting throug h its Security & Custo m Electronic s business ("Seller ") 165 Eilee n Way, Syosse t, New York 11791, w arrants its pro duct(s) to be in confor mance wit h its own plans and specificat ions and to be free from de fects in materials and workmanship under normal use and se r[...]