Honeywell 6150V and 6160V Installation Manual


I'm not familiar with that dialer unfortunately.
I just watched one of your videos I've got it.thanks.I have an INFORMA speech dialler and Vista 128bpt panel with 6160V keypad.Please we have one direct line. do i need to use a relay to connect the dialler in the panel?
That's a tricky one to troubleshoot through these comments. I would recommend you double check sensor, wire, resistor and zone programming to make sure everything is setup properly.
Please in the program mode I tried to change the NC to NO or EOL on zone 2 and 3 which are motion sensors.I keep getting fault on those zones please guide me do this.Thank you.
Glad to hear it worked Tom. Let us know if you have any other questions.
Thank you very much Sterling it worked and I am relieved.
Try powering the system down (remove a lead to the battery and unplug the wall transformer) and then, upon power up, press and hold * and # on the keypad. That is a back door method to enter programming.
Please I have vista 128bpt with 6160V keypad.I have 2 NO motion sensors each on zone 2 and 3.but the panel is on NC and I need to change the settings from the keypad but I can't enter programming mode with the 4140 master code.Can I reset the system or which other way can I use if it happen that I used *98 to exit.

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K0022V4 9/10 Rev. A

ADEMCO 6150V & 6160V Voice Remote Keypads

INSTALLATION AND SETUP GUIDE
GENERAL INFORMATION The ADEMCO 6150V and ADEMCO 6160V are addressable remote keypads designed for use with ADEMCO control panels and provide the following features: • Backlit Display • Voice Chime • Programmable Function Keys • Voice Status • Built-in Sounder • Message Center • Supervised by control panel (if supported) Notes: • When used with the ADEMCO VISTA-15P/VISTA20P control panels, address 16 must be assigned to the first keypad. Additional keypads must be assigned to address 17 – 23. Refer to Setting The Keypad Options. • Keypad keys are continuously backlit for convenience. • Permanent display backlighting is an option on some controls (refer to control panel’s instructions for details). • Voice Chime should only be enabled when used with control panels that support the "chime by zone" mode (e.g., VISTA-15P/VISTA-20P). This mode must be enabled at the control panel. Refer to the control panel's installation and setup guide for information on how to program the chime mode. • Use only zone descriptors supported by this keypad. If using zone descriptors not supported by this keypad, you must turn voice status and voice chime off. Table 1 is a list of applicable zone descriptors and index entries. Refer to the control panel’s installation and setup guide for information about how to program zone descriptors. • For the 6160V ONLY, supervision must be enabled for commercial fire installations. UL NOTE: ADEMCO 6150V cannot be used for commercial fire applications. programmed). Refer to the control panel’s Installation & Setup Guide for details.
Function Keys A B C D • Equivalent Key Pairs [1] and [*] [*] and [#] [3] and [#] NONE

Function keys must be held down for at least 2 seconds to activate the programmed function. If functions other than panics are assigned to the programmable function keys, programmed panics must be initiated by pressing the programmed key pair.

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 capability and programming of the control panel; refer to the installation and setup guide for the control panel).

A B
ARMED READY MESSAGE

RECORD

1

OFF

VOLUME

2

AWAY

3

STAY

PLAY
BYPASS

4 7

MAX

5 8 0

TEST

6 9 #

SIDE VIEW

INSTANT

CODE

CHIME

C D

MIC

READY

STATUS

VOICE

FUNCTION

ULC

For ULC installations, the VISTA-128BP/VISTA250BP Series must be used with the ADEMCO 6160V keypad.

MOUNTING RELEASE SNAPS (Remove case back by pushing up the 2 "snaps" along the keypad's bottom edge and pulling the case apart.)

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

6150V 6160V

The following table identifies the keypad’s LEDs and associated functions:
LED ARMED READY MESSAGE Function Lights red when the system is armed in any mode. Lights green when the system is "ready" to be armed. Flashes red when message waiting or lights red (steady) when in record mode.

WIRING AND INSTALLATION Keypads can be surface mounted using drywall anchors or to a single- or double-gang electrical box. 1. Remove the case back by pushing up the two "snaps" along the keypad’s bottom edge and pulling the case apart. See diagram above. 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 board. (See Wiring Table that follows.) Use only 16-24 AWG wire.
Keypad G – + Y Wiring Table (All Keypads) Control Panel Wire Color Data In Green – Aux Pwr (GND) Black + Aux. Pwr Data Out Red Yellow

PROGRAMMABLE FUNCTION KEYS The keypad's programmable function keys [A, B, C] are normally used for keypad panic functions, but they can be programmed for other special functions instead. If they are programmed for other special functions, the associated keypad key pairs still provide the respective panic alarm (if

5. 6.

Re-attach the keypad to the case back. Remove clear protective film from LEDs (6160V only).

6160V-001-V1

SETTING THE KEYPAD OPTIONS The procedures that follow are used to set the keypad address, voice chime mode, and additional voice keypad mode. Setting The Keypad Address
When used with the VISTA-15P/VISTA-20P control panels, address 16 must be assigned to the first Keypad. Additional Keypads must be set at 17 - 23 and must be enabled additionally in control programming (fields *190 - *196).

The keypad can either be set for an address of 00-30 or for non-addressable mode (31). The default keypad address is 31. For valid address settings for your keypad, refer to the control panel's Installation & Setup Guide. Note: • If unable to enter the address mode, power down, power up, and try again. • If 10 seconds pass with no key entry, the keypad automatically exits the address mode. You must power down, power up, and start the address mode again. • The keypad will not enter the address mode if the control panel is in programming mode. 1. Apply power to the keypad. 2. Within 60 seconds of applying power to the keypad, press and hold down the [1] key and [3] key at the same time for 3 seconds. The current keypad address will be displayed. 3. Press "00". The current address is cleared. 4. Enter desired keypad address. 5. Press [*] to save the displayed address and enter the Voice Chime mode. "VOICE CHIME" (alpha keypad) or "C" (fixed keypad) is displayed along with the selected mode "1" or "0". Setting The Voice Chime Mode 6. Press [1] to set the Voice Chime mode on or press [0] to set the Voice Chime mode off. 7. Press [*] to save the displayed Voice Chime mode and enter the Additional Console voice keypad mode.

"ADDITIONAL CON" (alpha keypad) or "A" (fixed keypad) is displayed along with the selected mode "1" or "0". Note: Setting Voice Chime mode off does not effect the voice status or alarm annunciation. Setting The Additional Console Mode The Additional Console mode must be set for all voice keypads being used. 8. Set the voice keypad Additional Console mode as follows: a. On the Primary voice keypad, press [0] to set the Additional Console mode to NO. b. On any secondary voice keypads, press [1] to set Additional Console mode to YES. 9. Press [*] to save the mode. VIEWING THE KEYPAD ADDRESS Press and hold down the [1] key and [3] key 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 the viewing mode. OPERATING THE KEYPAD For operating instructions, see the User Guide for the control panel used with this keypad. SPECIFICATIONS Physical: 6150V: 4-7/8"H x 6-1/4"W x 1"D 6160V: 5-5/16"H x 7-3/8"W x 1-3/16"D Displays: 6150V: Fixed-Word LCD (backlit) 6160V: 2 x 16 Alpha-Numeric Super twist LCD (backlit) Sounder: Speaker Electrical: Voltage: +12VDC (power-limited) Current: 6150V: 160mA (ARMED LED lit, LCD backlight and sounder on) reduces to 60mA when panel is operating in standby mode (backlight off). 6160V: 190mA (ARMED LED lit, LCD backlight and sounder on) reduces to 60mA when panel is operating in standby mode (backlight off). NFPA72 Compliant.

TABLE 1. ZONE DESCRIPTORS AND INDEX ENTRIES
ALARM ATTIC BABY BACK BASEMENT BATHROOM BEDROOM CLOSED DEN DETECTOR DINING 002 009 012 013 016 017 019 040 050 052 053 DOOR EMERGENCY EXIT FIRE FLOOR FRONT GARAGE GUN HALL HOUSE INSIDE 057 067 071 079 080 085 089 094 095 099 101 KITCHEN LAUNDRY LIBRARY LIVING MAIN MASTER MEDICAL MOTION OFFICE OPEN PANIC 105 106 109 113 122 123 125 131 136 138 144 PATIO POLICE POOL ROOM SHED SHOP SIDE SLIDING SMOKE STORAGE SUPERVISED 146 151 152 162 168 170 173 175 176 185 190 UPSTAIRS UTILITY WINDOW YARD ZONE 1ST 2ND 3RD 207 208 217 223 225 228 230 232

REFER TO THE 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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