Honeywell 6150 and 6160 Installation Manual


Thank you.
Did you already check the inside the metal cabinet door for zone list? Maybe any legible writing on the wires themselves? You can always temporarily short terminals 15 and 16 to clear the issue. Then when you are ready to troubleshoot it you can remove the short.
Okay, well whatever is wired up to zone 5 (terminals 15 and 16 on the VISTA-20P board) has an issue. It could be a bad sensor or bad wiring. Without knowing what your zones are it's going to be hard to figure out how to troubleshoot it though.
WA20P-3.0 Honeywell 2004 REV 3.0
No.
Zone 5 would be a wired zone. Is your system monitored now?
What does the PROM chip read in the middle of the green circuit board?
Thank you. I have an Ademco Vista-20P/Vista-15P panel. The display is definitely 05, not C5.
Thank you. Unfortunately, I don't have a zone list. None of my sensors are wireless. All doors and windows are closed.
Hi Larry, Is yours a Guardian branded panel? Any chance it's a C5 instead of an 05? If so, that would indicate the clock is not set (which would be common after a 4 day power failure).
That would indicate a problem with your zone 5. Do you have a zone list that would tell you what zone 5 is?
To update my previous question, I actually have a 6150 control panel. Also, the display does not have any words below the code 05.
What does the code 05 mean on my Honeywell 6160 control pad? It appeared after a 4 day power failure due the recent hurricane.
Yes, the alpha programming is done from the keypad but is stored in the panel so that all connected keypads (once addressed properly) will show the proper zone names without having to re-do the programming for each keypad.
If I install a Honeywell 6162RF keypad and program in all the alpha names for each zone, then later add in, say a couple of 6160's, will the 6160's show all the zone alpha names? Od do they have to be programmed into each keypad?

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K3590-ADV5 9/10 Rev. A

ADEMCO 6150 & 6160
REMOTE KEYPADS

INSTALLATION AND SETUP GUIDE
Keypad Features Backlit Display Dedicated Function Keys Built-in Sounder Piezo Speaker ADEMCO 6150 Fixed-Word (see note) ADEMCO 6160 2-Line Alpha (see note)

Note: Permanent display backlighting is an option on some controls (see the control's instructions for details).

GENERAL INFORMATION
The ADEMCO 6150 and ADEMCO 6160 are addressable Remote Keypads designed for use with ADEMCO control panels. Addresses are set via the keypad keys. The keys on the keypads are continuously backlit for convenience. Supervised by control panel (if supported).

WIRING AND INSTALLATION
The keypads can be surface mounted directly to a drywall, or to a single- or double-gang electrical box. 1. Push the two case release snaps at the bottom of the keypad with the blade of a medium screwdriver (this will push in the release snap), then pull that side of the case back away. Insert the screwdriver in the side of the keypad (between the front and back case) and gently twist to release the side locking tab. Repeat for the other side. Refer to Figure 1 for location of the case back release snaps and locking tabs. 2. Route wiring from the control panel through the opening in the case back. 3. Mount the case back to a wall or electrical box. 4. Wire directly from the keypad’s terminal block to the terminal block on the control panel. (See Wiring Table below). NOTE: No more than one wire per terminal may be connected. If daisy-chained configuration is required, pig-tail wires together so that only one wire is terminated under the screw. Use 16-24 AWG wire only!
Wiring Table (All Keypads) Keypad Control Panel Data In Wire Color Green Black Red Yellow

ULC

For ULC installations, the VISTA-128BP/VISTA-250BP Series must be used with the ADEMCO 6160 keypad.

KEYPAD DISPLAYS AND LEDS
The keypads have the following display features:
Model 6150 6160 Fixed Word Display X X 2-line Alpha Display 2-digit Zone Identifier X X Custom Zone Descriptors

The following table shows the LEDs and their functions:
LED Red Green Function Lights when the system is armed in any mode Lights when the system is "ready" to be armed.

SPECIAL FUNCTION KEYS
The keypads also feature function keys. These keys may be programmed for panic alarms or other special functions such as macros. See the control's instructions for details.
Function keys must be held down for at least 2 seconds to activate an alarm; key pairs are activated immediately. Function Keys A or [1] and [✻] B or [✻] and [#] C or [3] and [#] D

G

– +

– Aux Pwr (GND) + Aux. Pwr

Y

Data Out

See the control panel’s Installation and Setup Guide for more complete details. 5. Reattach the keypad to its case back.

FUNCTION KEY LABELS
A set of adhesive-backed labels with some typical function symbols (i.e., fire, police, personal emergency, etc.) is provided. These labels can be placed on or next to the keys to identify each key's function for the end user (as determined by the control panel's capability and programming; see the control's instructions).

ARMED

READY

NOTE: TO REMOVE CASE BACK PUSH IN THE TWO MOUNTING SNAPS LOCATED ALONG THE BOTTOM OF THE KEYPAD AND LIFT UP.

OPERATING THE KEYPAD
For operating instructions, see the User Guide for the control panel used with this keypad.

SPECIFICATIONS
RETAINING SNAPS LOCKING TAB

Physical: 6150: 6160: Displays: 6150: 6160:

6150-006-V0

4-7/8"H x 6-1/4"W x 1"D 5-5/16"H x 7-3/8"W x 1-3/16"D

Figure 1. Removing the Case Back

SETTING THE KEYPAD ADDRESS
The keypad can either be set for an address of 00-30, or to the non-addressable mode (31). The keypad's default address is 31. To change the keypad's address, do the following: 1. Enter address mode: Power up the keypad. Within 60 seconds of power-up, press and hold down the [1] and [3] keys at the same time for 3 seconds. (If unable to enter address mode, power up and try again.) The current keypad address will be displayed, and the cursor will be under the "tens" digit. If 10 seconds have passed with no key entry, the keypad automatically exits address mode. You must power down, power up and start address mode again. NOTE: The keypad will not enter address mode if the panel to which it is connected is in programming mode. 2. Set the current address to "00": Press [0] to clear the current "tens" digit. The cursor will move to the "ones" digit position. Press [0] to clear the current "ones" digit. The cursor will move back to the "tens" digit position. 3. Enter the keypad's address: Enter the proper "tens" digit of the keypad's address. The cursor will move to the "ones" digit position. Enter the proper "ones" digit of the keypad's address. Note that address "31" sets the keypad to non-addressable mode. 4. Exit address mode: Press [ ] to save the displayed address and exit address mode. VIEWING THE KEYPAD ADDRESS Press and hold down the [1] and [3] keys at the same time for about 3 seconds. The current address is displayed. No key entry is allowed. Press any key to exit or wait 10 seconds to exit viewing mode.

Fixed-Word LCD (backlit). 2 x 16 alpha-numeric supertwist LCD, backlit.

Sounder: 6150:

6160: Voltage: Current: 6150:

Piezo-electric (fire alarm is loud, pulsing single tone; (all Keypads) burglary alarm is loud, continuous, dual tone). Speaker. 12VDC (power-limited)

6160:

70mA (ARMED LED lit, LCD backlight and sounder on), reduces to 40mA when panel is operating in standby mode (backlight off). 150mA (ARMED LED lit, LCD backlight and sounder on), reduces to 40mA when panel is operating in standby mode (backlight off). Compliant.

NFPA-72

REFER TO INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CONTROL PANEL WITH WHICH THIS DEVICE IS USED FOR WARRANTY INFORMATION AND LIMITATIONS OF THE ENTIRE ALARM SYSTEM. For the latest warranty information, please go to: http://www.security.honeywell.com/hsc/resources/wa/index.html

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