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Vista-10P Feature Enhancements
This product is not certified as SIA compliant, but can be programmed for False Alarm Reduction. To program for False Alarm Reduction, follow the SIA Guidelines noted in the applicable programming fields described in the Installation and Setup Guide and Programming Guide. This document summarizes the feature enhancements of the Vista-10P when compared with the Vista-10SE. Please read the following critical information BEFORE installing this control.

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Set the first keypad to address 16. Set additional keypads to addresses 17-23 and enable them in programming (fields *190 – *196). After programming a wireless key fob, you must assign it to a user before it will operate in the system.

Peripheral Devices
ADEMCO Vista-10SE Keypads were set to non-addressable mode. Other devices were shipped with specific address settings. ADEMCO Vista-10P Keypads and other peripheral devices (such as RF Receiver, Hardwired Expansion module, etc.) are now addressable. Each must be set to a different address within a given range. Important! The first keypad must be set to address 16. Additional keypads must be set at 17-23 and must be enabled additionally in programming (fields *190 – *196).

For a list of specific addresses, see the “Table of Device Addresses” at the end of Section 3: Programming Overview in the Installation & Setup Guide.

Zones and Partitioning
ADEMCO Vista-10SE Supports a total of 22 zones. Supports all standard zone types. ADEMCO Vista-10P Supports a total of 22 protection zones plus 8 independent key fob zones. Supports all standard zone types PLUS these additional types: • Type 12: Monitor Zone • Type 14: Carbon Monoxide • Type 16: Fire with Verification • Type 90: Installer-configurable. Offers one Installer-configurable zone type (zone characteristics are selected individually). • The configurable zone type is designated as type 90. • The configurable zone type is programmed using fields *182 and *183. Supports multiple key switches (each key switch occupies a zone --assign zone type 77). Provides EOL, N.O., and N.C. configurations.

Does not support configurable zone types.

Does not support key switch arming. Provides End-of-Line supervised hardwire zones.

For a detailed description of zone types, see “Zone Type Definitions” in Section 3: Programming Overview in the Installation & Setup Guide.

Function Keys
ADEMCO Vista-10SE Function keys (A, B, and C) can be used for panic alarms. ADEMCO Vista-10P Function keys (A, B, C, and D) can be individually programmed for one of many functions, such as panic alarms, arming commands, sending a pager message, performing a macro, etc. (*57 Menu Mode).

Does not support macro functions.

One macro function can be programmed (must be defined by User Code + #66 command).

For complete programming details, see Section 8: Function Key Programming in the Installation & Setup Guide and Macro Key Programming & Usage in the User Guide.

User Codes
ADEMCO Vista-10SE System supports: • 1 Installer Code • 1 Master Code • 6 Additional Codes ADEMCO Vista-10P System supports: 1 Installer Code 1 Master Code 15 Additional Codes

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User codes cannot be assigned specific attributes.

User codes can now be assigned several attributes, including: • Authority Level • Access Group • RF (key fob) Zone Number • Paging Capability Important! Attribute defaults are provided for users in specific slots. Refer to Security Codes and Authority Levels in the User Guide to avoid unnecessary programming.

For programming details, see Security Codes and Authority Levels and Accessing Other Partitions in the User Guide.

Two-Way Voice
Two-Way Voice sessions could be prematurely terminated by reports being sent for other system conditions. Enhanced AAV logic prevents the Two-Way Voice session from being prematurely terminated if a new event occurs. However, a Fire alarm will immediately terminate a session and send a report.

Scheduling Options
ADEMCO Vista-10SE Does not provide scheduling capability. ADEMCO Vista-10P Provides two schedules (one installer-definable, one user-definable) that can be used to automate system functions, such as turning a programmed output (relay) on/off and auto-arming the system at a predetermined time.

For complete programming information, see Section 11: Creating Schedules in the Installation & Setup Guide, and Scheduling in the User Guide.


On-Board Triggers
ADEMCO Vista-10SE Does not provide on-board triggers. 4-wire smoke detectors were reset by interrupting auxiliary power. ADEMCO Vista-10P Provides two on-board triggers that can be activated by the same options that are used to activate the relays. Allows you to select on-board triggers for smoke detector reset.

For detailed programming information, see Section 6: Output Device Programming in the Installation & Setup Guide.

Relay Operation
ADEMCO Vista-10SE Supports up to four relays. ADEMCO Vista-10P Supports four relays and two on-board triggers.

Programmed by Output (relay) Number.

Programmed by Output Function Number. A total of 12 functions can be programmed and mapped to 6 output devices (multiple functions can be activated by a single relay). Outputs are mapped to physical devices in *79. Functions are programmed in *80.

Reporting Options
ADEMCO Vista-10SE Can send pages to a single pager, using the secondary dialer for pager reporting. Cannot send selective pages by user. Does not provide an Event Log. Provides Periodic Test Reports with a selection for test period interval; first test uses panel reset as a time reference. ADEMCO Vista-10P Can send pages to a single pager, in addition to the secondary dialer. Provides more selective paging options, including by user. Provides 32 Event Log, viewable through the keypad or downloader. Provides Periodic Test Reports as a scheduled task based on the real-time clock. Also Includes a quick method of programming scheduled test reports using predefined keystrokes. These keystrokes overwrite schedule no. 2, and determine the periodic interval at which tests will be sent, using 12 hours from the current time as the starting time. Installer code + [#] + [0] + [0] = once every 24 hours Installer code + [#] + [0] + [1] = once a week Installer code + [#] + [0] + [2] = once every 4 weeks Note: Set the real-time clock prior to entering one of the above commands.

For complete programming details, see “Pager Programming” in Section 3: Programming Overview in the Installation & Setup Guide.


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