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800
-06904V
4 1
0/16
Rev
B

VISTA
-
128BPT/128BPT
-
SIA/250BPT PROGRAMMING GUIDE







i
Table of Contents

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

SECTION: 1

SIA CP
-01 TABLE

SIA CP
-01 Quick Reference Chart
.............................................................................................................................................
1

Required SIA Programming Locations
.....................................................................................................................................................................
1

Required SIA Features
......................................................................................................................................................................................................
1

SECTION:
2

PROGRAMMING

Programming Commands
............................................................................................................................................................
3

Recommended Programming Procedure
..............................................................................................................................
3

Entering and Exiting Programming Mode
..............................................................................................................................................................
4

Program Field Index
........................................................................................................................................................................
5

Program Mo
des
..............................................................................................................................................................................................................
2-5

Data Field Programming Mode
...................................................................................................................................................................................
6

#93 Menu Mode Programming
..................................................................................................................................................................................
8

Zone
Number Designations
...........................................................................................................................................................................................
9

Zone Response Type Definitions
..............................................................................................................................................................................
11

Zone Input Type Definitions
..................................................................................................................................................................................
2-13

Programming for Access Control
........................................................................................................................................................................
2-14

SECTION: 3

DATA FIELDS

About Data Field Programming
................................................................................................................................................................................
17

Programming Data Fields
............................................................................................................................................................................................
17

VIST
A-128BPT/VISTA
-250BPT Defaults
.............................................................................................................................................................
36

Partition
-Specific Fields
...............................................................................................................................................................................................
38

Programming With #93 Menu Mode
.....................................................................................................................................................................
40

Zone Programming
.........................................................................................................................................................................................................
42

Expert Mode Zone Programming
.............................................................................................................................................................................
47

Report Code Programming
.........................................................................................................................................................................................
50

Alpha Descriptors Programming
..............................................................................................................................................................................
54

Device Programming
.....................................................................................................................................................................................................
58

Output Pro
gramming
....................................................................................................................................................................................................
60

SECTION: 4

SYSTEM WORKSHEETS

PARTITIONS
.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................
67

COMMUNICATION OPTIONS
....................................................................................................................................................................................
67

SYSTEM
DEFINITIONS
..................................................................................................................................................................................................
67

PRINTER OPTIONS
.........................................................................................................................................................................................................
68

EVENT LOG TYPES
.........................................................................................................................................................................................................
68

ECP Devices
.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................
68

User Codes
..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................
69

Zone Definitions
...............................................................................................................................................................................................................
71

Output Devices Worksheets
.......................................................................................................................................................................................
83

Scheduling Menu Prompts
.........................................................................................................................................................................................
89


ii
VISTA
-
128BPT/128BPT
-
SIA/250BPT PROGRAMMING GUIDE










1
SECTION: 1

SIA CP
- 01
TABLE

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

SIA CP
- 01 Quick Reference Chart

The minimum required system for SIA CP
-01 is a VISTA
-128BPTSIA Control, one of the following model keypad; 6160,
TUXS, TUXW, 6280S, or 6280W
and a UL Listed Bell.

Required SIA Programming Locations

Item

Feature

Range

Shipping
Default

SIA Requirement*


09

Entry Delay # 1

02
– 15 multiplied by 15 seconds

00 = 240 sec (4 minutes)

30 Seconds`

At least 30 Seconds **

10

Exit Delay #1

03
– 15
multiplied by 15 seconds

60 Seconds

60 Seconds


11

Entry Delay # 2

02
– 15 multiplied by 15 seconds

00 = 240 sec (4 minutes)

30 Seconds

At least 30 Seconds **

12

Exit Delay #2

03
– 15 multiplied by 15 seconds

60 Seconds

60 Seconds


28

Power Up in Previous
State

0 = no

1 = yes

Yes

Yes


57

Dynamic Signaling
Priority

0 = primary dialer

1 = Communicator as first

reporting destination

0 (primary dialer)

0 (primary dialer)


84

Swinger Suppression

01-
06
= 1
-6 alarm
s
1 alarms

1 alarm


88

Abort Window Time (for
non
-fire zones)

1 = 15 seconds

2 = 30 seconds

3 = 45 seconds

30 Seconds

At least 15 Seconds **
1

21

Exit Time Reset

0 = no

1 = Resets Exit Delay to


programmed value



after zone is closed


and then faulted prior


to end of exit delay.

1 (Enabled)

1 (Enabled)

1

22

1

25

Cross Zoning

Zone 001 –
250
000, 000 = Disabled

Disabled
Enabled and two (or more)
zones programmed

1

42

Call Waiting Defeat

0 = no

1 = yes

Disabled (0)

Enabled if user has call
waiting

1

61

Abort Verify
0 = Disable

1 = Enable

Enabled
Enabled
Required
SIA Features

Item

Feature

Range

Shipping
Default

SIA
Requirement*

Zone Programming
Auto Stay Zone, Zone
type 04 has this
feature enabled by
default

Auto Stay Arm or Occupied
Premises

0 = Disable

1 = Enable

1 (Enabled)

Enabled
Zone Programming
(Abort Window
Enable)

Abort Window (for non
-fire
zones)

0 = no abort window

1 = yes, use abort window

according to

88

selection

1 = yes

Yes (all non
-fire
zones)

Zone Programming
(Swinger Suppression
Enable)

Swinger
Suppression Enable

0 = no suppression

1 = yes, suppress alarms

according to

84

selection

Yes
(enabled)

Yes (enabled (all
zones))

Zone Programming
Tamper Option

Fire Alarm Verification

For Zone Response Type
16 (Fire) tamper selection
must be set to “0”

Disabled

Enabled unless
sensors can self
verify

2
VISTA
-
128BPT/128BPT
-
SIA/250BPT
PROGRAMMING GUIDE


Item

Feature

Range

Shipping
Default

SIA
Requirement*

-
Exit Time and Progress
Annunciation/Disable for
Remote Arm (Not Evaluated for
SIA CP-
01)

Always Enabled

Enabled
Enabled
-
Programmable Cross Zoning
Time

Both zones must be
faulted within 5 minutes

Per
Manufacturer

Per walk path in
protected
premises

-
Cancel Window

5 minutes

Enabled
Not required to
be
programmable

-
Cancel Annunciation -
Keypad
displays “Alarm Cancel” when
report is received

NA

Enabled
Enabled
User Authority Level 6

Duress Feature

NA

Disabled

Disabled

* Programming at installation may be subordinate to other UL requirements for the intended application.

** Combined Entry Delay and Abort Window should not exceed 1 minute.

NOTES:


Using the Call Waiting Cancel feature on a non-
Call Waiting line will prevent successful communication to the central
station.


The control unit must be installed with a local sounding device and an off
-premise transmission for Contact ID
communi
cation format.


Refer to the User Guide for procedures on Testing the System.


During Test mode, no alarm reports are sent to the central monitoring station.

NOTE: All references to the
VISTA
-128BPT
also pertain to the VISTA
-128BPT
SIA
. All references in this manual for
number of zones, number of user codes, number of access cards, and the event log capacity, use the VISTA
-
250BPT
’s features. The following table lists the differences between the VISTA
-128BPT
/VISTA
-128BPT
SIA

and the VISTA
-250BPT
control panels. All other features are identica
l.
Feature

VISTA
-128BPT
/VISTA
-
128BPT
SIA

VISTA
-250BPT

Number of Zones

128

250

Number of User Codes

150

250

Number of Access Cards

250

500

Event Log Capacity
512

1000

VistaKey Modules

8

15

The
purpose of this document is to provide a quick and easy way to program your entire system. A recommended
programming procedure is included, followed by a list of program fields with the corresponding program group they
belong to (system
-wide, partition
-sp
ecific, scheduling, etc.). Two program forms are included. One contains all the
programming fields, and the other contains the partition-
specific fields. If you are setting up a single
-partition system,
the partition
-specific fields become system
-wide fields.

Following the program forms are system layout worksheets. We recommend that you use these sheets to plan your
system before programming is performed. If you need further information about specific programming options, see the
VISTA
-128BPT/VISTA
-250BPT
Installation and Setup Guide
.

Make sure that one two
-line alpha keypad is connected to the control and is set to device address "00."

Single
-Partition System

The system default is for a single
-partition system. Use the VISTA
-128BPT/VISTA
-250BPT
SING
LE PARTITION
PROGRAMMING FORM when programming for single
-partition usage. Follow the steps outlined in
RECOMMENDED PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE
of this document for proper programming procedure.

Multiple
-Partition System

You must enter the number of partitions you are using in data field 2

00 to set the system fo
r multiple partitions. Use
the
VISTA
-128BPT/VISTA
-250BPT
SINGLE PARTITION and the PARTITION
-SPECIFIC PROGRAM FORMS when
programming the system for multiple partitions. Follow the steps outlined in RECOMMENDED PROGRAMM
ING
PROCEDURE
of this document for proper programming procedure.
3
SECTION: 2

PROGRAMMING

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Programming Commands


To enter program mode,
enter installer code + [8] + [0] + [0] + [0]


To set standard defaults,
press

97


To change to next page of program fields,
press

94


To return to previous set of fields,
press

99


To erase account and phone number field entries,
press [

] + field number + [

]

To assign zone descriptors,
press #93 + follow menu prompts


To add custom words,
press #93 + follow men
u prompts


To enter Installer's Message,
press #93 + follow menu prompts


To exit program mode
,
enter


99 OR

98:


99 allows re
-access to programming mode by installer code.



98 prevents re
-access to programming mode by installer code.

Standard defaul
t (

97) values are shown in brackets [ ], otherwise default = 0.

Recommended Programming Procedure

The following is a step
-by
-step procedure recommended for programming your VISTA
-128BPT/VISTA
-250BPT/VISTA
-
128BPTSIA systems.
1.

Set
the keypads (and other peripheral devices)
to the appropriate addresses.

2.

Set factory defaults by pressing

97.

This will automatically enable keypad addresses
00-
01, so be sure at least one keypad is set to one
of these addresses.

3.

Program system-
wide (global) data fields.

Using the programming form as a guide, enter
program mode and program all system
-wide
programming fields. These options affect the
entire system, regardless of partitions. They
inclu
de control options, downloader and dialer
options, RF options, event logging options, etc.
Refer to the
Program Field Index
for a listing of the
program fields and their function.
NOTE:
Field 2

00 (number of partitions) must

be programmed before continui
ng.

4.

Program partition
-specific fields.

When the system
-wide fields have been
programmed, program all partition
-specific
programming fields by first pressing

91 to select
a partition (while still in data field program mode).
Then enter the first partition-
specific field number
*09. When you are finished, the next partition-
specific field is automatically displayed. Partition
-
specific fields can have different values for each
partition. To program the fields for the next
partition, press

91, enter the desir
ed partition
number,
and then
enter field

09. Refer to the
MECHANICS OF PROGRAMMING
section in the
VISTA
-128BPT/VISTA
-250BPT Installation and
Setup Guide
for detailed instructions.

5.

Use #93 Menu Mode for device programming.

Refer to
Device Programming
in
this guide to
assign keypad ID numbers and default partitions
for each keypad, and to selectively suppress
certain keypad sounding options. Also use this
mode to assign RF receivers, relay modules, and
the ECP Communications Device.

6.

Use #93 Menu Mode for
zone programming.

Refer to
Zone Programming
in this guide to
program zone response types, assign right loop
zones and wireless zones, assign zones to
partitions, and to program alarm report codes.

7.

Use #93 Menu Mode for programming outputs.

Refer to
Outpu
t Programming
in this guide to
program desired output operation.

8.

Program Communication options.

Refer to
System Communication
section in
the
VISTA
-128BPT/VISTA
-250BPT Installation and
Setup Guide
for detailed instructions. Then use
#93 menu mode to program
report codes.

9.

Use #93 Menu Mode for programming alpha
descriptors.

Refer to
Alpha Programming
in this guide to enter
zone and partition descriptors and a custom
installer's message.

10.

Use #93 Menu Mode for relay voice descriptors
and custom word substitutes.

Refer to
Relay Voice Descriptors

in this guide for
further instructions for programming relay
descriptors to be annunciated.

11.

Use #80 Mode for programming schedules.

Refer to the
Scheduling Menu Prompts

in the
VISTA
-128BPT/VISTA
-250BPT Installation and
Set
up Guide
to program open/close schedules,
temporary and holiday schedules, limitation of
access schedules, and time
-driven events.

4
VISTA
-
128BPT/128BPT
-
SIA/250BPT PROGRAMMING GUIDE


12.

Define user access codes.

Refer to
User Access Codes

in the
VISTA
-
128BPT/VISTA
-250BPT Installation and Setup
Guide
to
program authority level, O/C reporting
option, partition assignments, and RF key
assignments for each user.

13.

Exit Programming Mode.

Exit programming mode by pressing either

98 or

99. Additional entries of

99 are required if the
exit is being done from fields 1

00 and above.

To prevent re
-access to programming mode using
the Installer's code, use

98. The only way to re
-
access programming mode is by depressing both
the [

] and [#] keys at the same time within 30
seconds of power-
up.

Exiting by using

99 al
ways allows reentry into
programming mode using the Installer code.
Either way of exiting
allows access via
downloading.

NOTE:

If local programming lockout is set via

downloading, programming mode cannot

be entered at the keypad. In the event

that loc
al programming is required

after the lock
-out, setting the location in

Compass will open a 24
-hour window for

programming when the Master code +

#65-
command is entered. The 24
-hour

window
counts down and then locks out

local programm
ing until the next

Master code #
65-
command is entered.


Entering and Exiting Programming Mode

Enter Programming mode using either method a or b:

a.

Press both t
he [

] and [#] keys at the same time within 30 seconds after power is applied to the control.

b.

Enter the
Installer Code + [8] + [0] + [0] + [0]

keys. The factory installer code can be changed once in the Program
mode (field

00).

NOTE:
The default for the Installer Code is
4140.


Exit the Programming mode by either method a or b:

a.

Press [

] +
[9]

+
[8]
. Exiting by this method prevents the installer code from being used to re
-enter Programming
mode. Only method “a” can be used to re
-enter Programming mode.

b.

Press [

] +
[9]

+
[9]
. Exiting by this method permits the installer code to be being used to re
-enter Programming
mode.

5
SECTION 2: PROGRAMMING

Program Field Index

On the following pages, the programming fields have been arranged in numerical order. Use this index to cross
-reference
the fields on the prog
ramming form.
Field

Group

Field

Group

Field

Group


00
System
-Wide


04
System
-Wide


05
System
-Wide


06
Partition-
Specific


09
Partition-
Specific


10
Partition-
Specific


11
Partition-
Specific


12
Partition-
Specific


13
Partition-
Specific


14
System
-Wide


15
System
-Wide


16
Partition-
Specific


17
System
-Wide


19
System
-Wide


20
System
-Wide


21
System
-Wide


22
Partition-
Specific


23
Partition-
Specific


24
System
-Wide


25
System
-Wide


26
Communications


27
Communications


28
System
-Wide


29
Partition-
Specific


30
Communications


31
Communications


32
Partition-
Speci
fic


33
Communications


34
Communications


35
System
-Wide


36
System
-Wide


37
System
-Wide


38
Partition-
Specific


39
Partition-
Specific


40
Communications


41
System
-Wide


42
Communications


44
Communications


45
Communications


47
Communications


51
Communications


56
Communications


57
Communications


58
Communications


59
Communications


79
Communications


80
Communications


83
Communications


84
Partition-
Specific


85
Partition-
Specific


88
Partition-
Specific


89
Communications


90
Partition-
Specif
ic
1

07

System
-Wide

1

11

System
-Wide

1

15

Communications

1

17

System
-Wide

1

18

Partition-
Specific

1

19

Partition-
Specific

1

20

System
-Wide

1

21

System
-Wide

1

22

System
-Wide

1

23

System
-Wide

1

24

System
-Wide

1

25

System
-Wide

1

26

Partition-
Specific

1

28

System
-Wide

1

29

System
-Wide

1

30

System
-Wide

1

31

System
-Wide

1

34

Communications

1

35

communications

1

42

Communications

1

43

Partition-
Specific

1

44

System
-Wide

1

45

Partition-
Specific

1

46

System
-Wide

1

47

Partition-
Specific

1

48

System
-Wide

1

49

Syste
m-Wide

1

52

Partition-
Specific

1

53

System
-Wide

1

55

System
-Wide

1

56

System
-Wide

1

57

System
-Wide

1

58

System
-Wide

1

60

System
-Wide

1

61

System
-Wide

1

70

System
-Wide

1

71

System
-Wide

1

72

System
-Wide

1

74

System
-Wide

1

75

System
-Wide

1

76

Partition-
Specific

1

77

System
-Wide

1

78

System
-Wide

1

79

System
-Wide

1

80

System
-Wide

2

00

System
-Wide

2

01

System
-Wide

2

02

System
-Wide

2

03

System
-Wide

2

05

Partition-
Specific

2

06

Partition-
Specific

2

07

Partition-
Specific

2

08

Partition-
Specific

2

09

Partition-
Specific

2

10

Partition-
Specific

2

11

System
-Wide

2

18

Partition-
Specific

2

19

System
-Wide

2

22

Partition-
Specific

2

23

Partition-
Specific

2

24

Partition-
Specific


NOTE:
All references in this manual for number of zones, number of user codes, number of access cards, and the

dialer queue capacity, use the VISTA
-250BPT’s features. See
SECTION 1: General Description
for the table

listing the differences between the VISTA
-128BPT and the VISTA
-250BPT control panels.

Program Modes

There are two programming modes for the VISTA
-
128BPT/VISTA
-250BPT. These are the Data Field
Program Mode and the #93 Menu Mo
de. The Data
Field Program Mode is where many system options
are programmed. The #93 Menu Mode is an
interactive mode that requires a 2
-line alpha keypad
(6160).




The factory
-loaded defaults (

97) enable
keypad addresses 00
-
01 only. A keypad set to
one
of these addresses must be used to
program the system initially.



Local keypad programming can be disabled
through Compass downloading software. If
this is done, Program mode can only be
accessed via the downloading software.


6
VISTA
-
128BPT/128BPT
-
SIA/250BPT PROGRAMMING GUIDE

Data Field Programming Mode

In the Data Field Program Mode you may access any field simply by entering either [

] or [#] + the field number:



To write or change information in a field press [

] + the field number (

03).



To read the information in a field press [#] + the field number (

03).

When the entries for a field are completed, the keypad beeps three times and advances to the next field.



Moving Between Programming Levels

The data fields are grouped into three levels (referred to as “pages”). The first page is accessed as soon as
Programming Mode is entered.

The second and third pages of data fields are indicated at the keypad by a 1 and 2, respectively, in front of the 2
-digit
field address. “ALT PROGRAM MODE” is displayed along with a “100” or “200,” indicati
ng which page of program fields
is accessed.

To access the next level of programming fields, perform the following steps:

1
.

Press

94.

2
.

Press [

] + [XX], where XX = the last two digits of
the program field, and make the desired entry.

NOTES:



Press

94
to move to 2
nd
page, (fields 1

01
- 1

80); press

99 to move back to 1
st
page.



Press

94 to move to 3
rd
page (fields 2

00
- 2

24); press

99 to move back to 2
nd
page

Entry Errors



If an address is improperly entered, the keypad displays “
Not Used
.”


If a program entry is improperly entered (for example, a larger number than is permitted), the keypad display will go
blank.

In either of the above cases, simply re
-enter [

] + the correct field number and then enter the correc
t data.

Summary of Data Field Programming Commands


91
Select partition for programming partition-
specific
fields


92
Display the software revision level of the control
panel

93

Enter Menu mode programming


94
Go to next page of fields


99
Go back to previous page of fields or exit
Programming Mode with no installer code lockout


98
Exit Programming Mode with Installer Code lockout

7
SECTION 2: PROGRAMMING

Programming System-
Wide Data Fields

Values for some programming fields are system
-wide (global), and some can be different for each partition (partition-
specific).



The partition
-specific programming fields are automatically skipped when programming the global fields. If
the system has only 1 partition, the partition-
specific fields
are not
automatically skipped.


To program system
-wide data fields, perform the following steps:

1
.

Enter Program Mode:
Installer Code + 8 0 0 0.

The following display appears:

Program Mode


Fill # View –
00
2
.

If the control has not been programmed before, enter

97 to load factory defaults
.

3.
Press [

] and enter the first field number to be programmed (for example,

00, Installers Code). Make the desired entry.
When the field is complete, the keypad beeps three times and advances to the next field. If you do not want to change
the next field, press [

] and enter the next field number to be programmed.

First Page of fields

(

00
-

90)

To change to the next page of fields, press

94. To return to the previous page of fields, press

99.

4
.

Press

99 or

98 to exit Program Mode.

NOTE:

If the number of digits that you enter in a data field is fewer than the maximum permitted (for example, a phone

number), the keypad displays the last entry and waits. To proceed, enter [

] + the next data field you wish to

program.

Programming Partitio
n-Specific Data Fields

To program partition
-specific data fields once in Program Mode, do the following:

1
.

Enter Program Mode:
Installer Code + 8 0 0 0.

2.
Press

91, which will prompt you for the parti
tion number desired.

3.
Enter a partition-
specific field number (e.g.,

09) to begin programming.

When the first field’s entry is completed, the next partition
-specific field is automatically displayed. When all
partition
-specific fields are programmed, the system returns to the global programming fields (page 1
fields).

4
.

Repeat this procedure for each partition in the installation.

NOTE:

To return to the global program fields before finishing all fields, enter any global field number.

Programming
Partition
-Specific Fields
1.

Press

91 to select a partition.

2.

Enter the partition to be programmed.

3.

Enter a partition-
specific field number and make entry.

4.

After partition
-specific fields are programmed,

5.

Press

91 to select next partition.

6.

Enter any global field number to return to the global fields at any time.




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VISTA
-
128BPT/128BPT
-
SIA/250BPT PROGRAMMING GUIDE

#93 Menu Mode Programming

The #93 Menu Mode is an interactive mode through which much of the system’s programming is done. In this mode,
there are “question and answer” prompts are
accessed once Data Field Program Mode has been entered. These prompts
require a 2
-line alpha keypad
(6160).

After programming all system
-related programming fields in the usual way, press #93 while still in programming mode to
display the first choice of the menu
-driven programming functions. Press 0 (NO) or 1 (YES) in response to the displayed
menu selection. P
ressing 0 will display the next choice in sequence.
Below is a list of the main menus
:
MAIN MENU

OPTIONS


ZONE PROG
?
1 = YES 0 = NO

0
For programming the following:


Zone Number



Zone Response Type



Partition Number for Zone



Dialer report code for zone




Input Device Type for zone (whether RF, polling
loop, etc.)



Enrolling serial numbers of 5800 Series
transmitters & serial polling loop devices into the
system.


Zone Attributes (e.g., Arm w/Fault, Silent, etc.).


EXPERT MODE
?
1 = YES 0 = NO

0
Same as Zone Programming except:



Done with a minimum number of keystrokes.


Can program wireless keys using pre
-defined templates.


REPORT CODE PROG
?
1 = YES 0 = NO

0
For
programming the following:


Alarm report codes for zones



Restore and supervisory codes



All other system report codes


ALPHA PROG
?
1 = YES 0 = NO

0
For entering alpha descriptors for the
following:



Zone Descriptors



Installer’s
Message



Custom Words




Partition Descriptors



Relay Descriptors


DEVICE PROG
?
1 = YES 0 = NO

0
For defining the following device characteristics for addressable devices, including keypads, RF receivers
(5881), output relay modules (4204), and AlarmNet
ECP
Communicators
:


Device Address



Device Type



Keypad Options (including Partition assignment)



RF House ID



LRR Options (including Programming radio)


OUTPUT PGM
?
1 = YES 0 = NO

0
For defining output device functions.

RLY VOICE DESCR
?
1 = YES 0 = NO

0
Not Used.




CUSTOM INDEX
?
1 = YES 0 = NO

0
Not Used.




ACCESS POINT PGM

1 = YES 0 = NO

0
For defining the parameters for each of the VistaKey zones, including which group(s) have access
through an access point (door). See the
VistaKey-
SK Installation and Setup Guide
for detailed
programming instructions.


ACCESS GRP PGM

1 = YES 0 = NO

0
For defining the capabilities (privileges) for each group of users. See the
VistaKey-
SK Installation and
Setup Guide
for detailed programming instructions.



EVENT/ACTION PGM

1 = YES 0 = NO

0
For defining events and time windows for an access group. See the
VistaKey
-SK Installation and Setup
Guide
for detailed programming instructions.

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Following is a list of commands used while in the Menu Mode:

#93 Menu Mode Programming Commands

#93

Enters Menu Mode.

[

]
Serves as [ENTER] key. Press to have keypad accept entry
and scroll forward
.
[#]
Backs up to previous screen.

0
Press to answer NO.

1
Press to
answer YES.

00, or 000+[

]
Quits Menu Mode and goes back to Data Field Programming Mode, if entered at first prompt of each main menu
option.

Zone Number Designations

The VISTA
-128BPT supports up to 128 zones, the
VISTA
-250BPT supports up to 250 zones, of hardwire,
polling loop and/or wireless protection, distributed
among up to eight partitions. The following table lists
the zone numbers and the types of sensors that can be
used with each, and some alternate functions of the
zones.

Zone

Function

00
1

2
-
wire Smoke Detectors (if used)

00
5

Audio Alarm Verification (if used)

007

Keyswitch
(if used)

001
-009

Traditional Hardwired Zones

009

For unsupervised, N.C. use only.

001
-250

5800 Series Wireless Devices

010-
250

Polling Loop Devices

995


+ 1 Panic

996

# + 3 Panic

999


+ # Panic

Zone Defaults

Zone #
Zone Type

Zone #
Zone Type

001

09

601
-
632

00

002

03

800
-
830

00

003

03

970

00

004**

04

988

00

005

03

990

00

006

03

992*

N/A

007

03

995

00

008

03

996

00

009

03

997

05

010

250

00

999

06

NOTES:
*
Zone 992 is the Duress zone. Programming of the zone
response type is not applicable. This zone requires only
the report code programming.
** Zone 004 is also defaulted with Auto
-STAY enabled.

Zone Index

The zones are designated as follows:

ZONE #
RANGE

ZONE
FUNCTION

ACTUAL ZONE

001


250

Protection
zones

As
indicated

601


632

Relay
Supervisory
Zones

6 + 2
-digit Relay Number; e.g.,
Relay Number 03 is zone 603.
800


830

ECP Device
Supervisory
Zones

8 + 2
-digit Device Address; e.g.,
Device Address 01 is zone 801.

970, 988,
990, & 997

System
Supervisory
Zones

970:
Bell Supervision

988:
2nd Wireless Receiver –

not receiving signals

990:
1st Wireless Receiver –
not
receiving signals

997:
Polling Loop (short circuit)

992, 995


999

Duress and
Keypad
Panics

992:
Duress

995:
1 +

panic (A key)

996:
3 + # panic (C key)

999:


+ # panic (B key)

Program supervisory zones with response type of 05.

Communication Defaults

45
PRIMARY FORMAT

[1]

ADEMCO Contact ID


47
SECONDARY FORMAT

[1]

ADEMCO Contact ID


51
DUAL REPORTING
[0]

no













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-
128BPT/128BPT
-
SIA/250BPT PROGRAMMING GUIDE

Communication Defaults for Zones
ZONE #

1st

2nd

1.


01

00

2.


02

00

3.


03

00

4.


04

00

5.


05

00

6.


06

00

7.


07

00

8.


08

00

9.


09

00

10.


10

00

11.


11

00

12.


12

00

13.


13

00

14.


14

00

15.


15

00

16.


01

00

17.


02

00

18.


03

00

19.


04

00

20.


05

00

21.


06

00

22.


07

00

23.


08

00

24.


09

00

25.


10

00

26.


11

00

27.


12

00

28.


13

00

29.


14

00

30.


15

00

31.


01

00

32.


02

00

33.


03

00

34.


04

00

35.


05

00

36.


06

00

37.


07

00

38.


08

00

39.


09

00

40.


10

00

41.


11

00

42.


12

00

43.


13

00

44.


14

00

45.


15

00

46.


01

00

47.


02

00

48.


03

00

49.


04

00

50.


05

00

51.


06

00

52.


07

00

53.


08

00

54.


09

00

55.


10

00

56.


11

00

57.


12

00

58.


13

00

59.


14

00

60.


15

00

61.


01

00

62.


02

00

63.


03

00

64.


04

00

65.


05

00

66.


06

00

67.


07

00

68.


08

00


ZONE #

1st

2nd

69.


09

00

70.


10

00

71.


11

00

72.


12

00

73.


13

00

74.


14

00

75.


15

00

76.


01

00

77.


02

00

78.


03

00

79.


04

00

80.


05

00

81.


06

00

82.


07

00

83.


08

00

84.


09

00

85.


10

00

86.


11

00

87.


12

00

88.


13

00

89.


14

00

90.


15

00

91.


01

00

92.


02

00

93.


03

00

94.


04

00

95.


05

00

96.


06

00

97.


07

00

98.


08

00

99.


09

00

100.


10

00

101.


11

00

102.


12

00

103.


13

00

104.


14

00

105.


15

00

106.


01

00

107.


02

00

108.


03

00

109.


04

00

110.


05

00

111.


06

00

112.


07

00

113.


08

00

114.


09

00

115.


10

00

116.


11

00

117.


12

00

118.


13

00

119.


14

00

120.


15

00

121.


01

00

122.


02

00

123.


03

00

124.


04

00

125.


05

00

126.


06

00

127.


07

00

128.


08

00

129.


09

00

130.


10

00

131.


11

00

132.


12

00

133.


13

00

134.


14

00

135.


15

00

136.


01

00


ZONE #

1st

2nd

137.


02

00

138.


03

00

139.


04

00

140.


05

00

141.


06

00

142.


07

00

143.


08

00

144.


09

00

145.


10

00

146.


11

00

147.


12

00

148.


13

00

149.


14

00

150.


15

00

151.


01

00

152.


02

00

153.


03

00

154.


04

00

155.


05

00

156.


06

00

157.


07

00

158.


08

00

159.


09

00

160.


10

00

161.


11

00

162.


12

00

163.


13

00

164.


14

00

165.


15

00

166.


01

00

167.


02

00

168.


03

00

169.


04

00

170.


05

00

171.


06

00

172.


07

00

173.


08

00

174.


09

00

175.


10

00

176.


11

00

177.


12

00

178.


13

00

179.


14

00

180.


15

00

181.


01

00

182.


02

00

183.


03

00

184.


04

00

185.


05

00

186.


06

00

187.


07

00

188.


08

00

189.


09

00

190.


10

00

191.


11

00

192.


12

00

193.


13

00

194.


14

00

195.


15

00

196.


01

00

197.


09

00

198.


10

00

199.


04

00

200.


05

00

201.


06

00

202.


07

00

203.


08

00

204.


09

00


ZONE #

1st

2nd

205.


10

00

206.


11

00

207.


12

00

208.


13

00

209.


14

00

210.


15

00

211.


01

00

212.


02

00

213.


03

00

214.


04

00

215.


05

00

216.


06

00

217.


07

00

218.


08

00

219.


09

00

220.


10

00

221.


11

00

222.


12

00

223.


13

00

224.


14

00

225.


15

00

226.


01

00

227.


02

00

228.


03

00

229.


04

00

230.


05

00

231.


06

00

232.


07

00

233.


08

00

234.


09

00

235.


10

00

236.


11

00

237.


12

00

238.


13

00

239.


14

00

240.


15

00

241.


01

00

242.


02

00

243.


03

00

244.


04

00

245.


05

00

246.


06

00

247.


07

00

248.


08

00

249.


01

00

250.


02

00

601


632

00

00

800
-
830

00

00

970

00

00

988

00

00

990

00

00

992 (Duress)

11

00

995

00

00

996

00

00

997

06

00

999

06

00

ALARM RST

00

00

TROUBLE

00

00

TRBLE RST

00

00

BYPASS

00

00

BYP RST

00

00


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SECTION 2: PROGRAMMING

Zone Response Type Definitions

Each zone must be assigned a zone type, which defines the way in which the system responds to faults in that zone.
There are three keypad
-activated zones (panic keys) for each partition, a polling loop supervision zone, and four RF
supervisory zones, two for each RF receiver installed
.
Zone types are defined below:
Type 00: Zone Not Used
Program with this zone type if the zone is not used.

Type 01: Entry/Exit #1
Burglary

Provides entry delay whenever the zone is faulted and
the system is armed in the AWAY or STAY mode. Whe
n
the panel is armed in the INSTANT or MAXIMUM
mode, no entry delay is provided. Exit delay begins
whenever the control is armed, regardless of the
arming mode selected. These delays are
programmable.

Assign this zone type to zones that are used for
prima
ry entry to and exit from the facility.

NOTE:

The Entry and Exit times are programmed in

fields


09 and

10.
Reports:
E134/R134 Entry/Exit Burglary

Type 02: Entry/Exit #2
Burglary

Provides a secondary entry delay, if the system is
armed in the AWAY or STAY modes and the zone is
faulted. When the panel is armed in the INSTANT or
MAXIMUM mode, no entry delay is provided.
Secondary exit delay begins whenever the control is
armed, regardless of the arming mode selected. These
delays are programmable
in programming location

11 and

12.

Assign this zone type to zones that are used for entry
and exit of the facility and require more time than the
primary entry and exit point. Delay times for this zone
type must be greater than those for zone type 01 (e.g.,
a garage, loading dock, or basement door).

NOTE:
Delay times for this zone type
must
be greater

than those for zone type 01. If both E/E zone

types #1
and #2 are trip during entry, each will

follow it's programmed delay time
.
Reports:
E134/R134 Entry/Exit Burglary

Type 03: Perimeter
Burglary

Provides an instant alarm if the zone is faulted and
the system is armed in the AWAY, STAY, INSTANT, or
MAXIMUM mode.

Assign this zone type to all exterior door and window
zones.

Reports:
E131/R131 Perimeter Burglary

Type 04: Interior, Follower
Provides a delayed alarm following the programmed
entry delay time #1 or #2 if one of those entry/exit
zone types is faulted first. Otherwise it produces an
instant alarm. It is active when the system is armed in
the AWAY or MAXIMUM mode, but the MAXIMUM
mode eliminates the entry delay.
If the Interior Follower zone is programmed for one of
the STAY modes (default is STAY mode 1), it is
automatically bypassed when the panel is armed in
the STAY or INSTANT mode.

Assign this zone type to a zone covering an
area such
as a foyer, lobby, or hallway through which one must
pass upon entry or exit (to and from the keypad).

Reports:
E132/R
132 Interior Burglary

Type 05: Trouble by Day/Alarm by Night

Provides an instant alarm if the zone is faulted and
the system is armed in the AWAY, STAY, INSTANT, or
MAXIMUM mode. During the disarmed state (day), the
system annunciates a latched trouble sounding from
the keypad (and a central station report, if desir
ed).

Assign this zone type to a zone that contains a foil
-
protected door or window (such as in a store), or to a
zone covering a sensitive area such as a stock room or
drug supply room. It can also be used on a zone in an
area where immediate notificati
on of an entry is
desired.

N
OTE:
A Fault on this zone will prevent an Arm, the
Zone must be restored and the Trouble CLEARED
before the partition can be armed.
Report
s:
E135 in the Armed State, and E380 in

disarmed state.

Type 06: 24-
Hour Silent Alarm

Sends a report to the central station but provides no
keypad display or sounding. Assign this zone type to a
zone containing an Emergency button.

Reports:
E122/R122 in Contact ID.

Type 07: 24-
Hour Audible Alarm

Sends a report to the central station and provides an
alarm sound at the keypad and an audible external
alarm. Assign this zone type to a zone containing an
Emergency button.

Reports:
E123/R123 Audible Panic

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Type 08:
24
-Hour Auxiliary Alarm

Sends a report to central station and provides an
alarm sound at the keypad only.
(No bell output is
provided.)
Assign this zone type to a zone an
Emergency button or one containing monitor
ing
devices such as water sensors or temperature
sensors.

Reports:
E150/R150 24-
Hour Auxiliary Alarm

Type 09: Supervised Fire (Without
Verification)

Provides a fire alarm
keypad sounding (temporal 3)
on
a short circuit and a trouble condition on open circuit.
A fire alarm produces a pulsing of the bell output. This
zone type is assigned to smoke detectors, heats, pull
stations, etc. A zone of this type is always active and
cannot be bypassed.

Reports:

E110 for an Alarm (short) and E373 Fire

Trouble on an open.

Type 10: Interior with Delay

Provides entry and exit delays (using the programmed
entry and exit delay times) when armed in the AWAY
mode. Provides only exit del
ay when armed in the
MAXIMUM mode (no entry delay).
If the Interior with Delay zone is programmed for one
of the STAY modes (default is STAY mode 1), it is
automatically bypassed when the panel is armed in
the STAY or INSTANT mode
. (If programmed through
“Expert Mode”, no stay mode is assigned
.) Delay
begins whenever sensors in this zone are violated,
regardless of whether or not an entry/exit delay zone
was tripped first.

Assign this zone type to a zone covering an area such
as a foyer, lobby, or hallway through which one must
pass upon entry or exit (to and from the keypad).

Reports:
E132/R132 Interior Burglary

Type 12: Not Used


Type 14: CO Detector Alarm

Sends a report to the central station and displays a
CO text message at the keyboard. Upon a CO alarm
only the keypad’s sounder will annunciate. The
external bell will not sound at all. A zone of this type is
always active and cannot be bypassed.

Produces an Alarm on Short and Trouble on Open.
Produces a continuous
4 pulse notification on CO
Keypads or, Temporal 3 Alarm pulse on non
-CO
keypads, with no Timeout and no Bell output.

NOTE:
CO zones cannot be bypassed.

Reports:
E162/R162 CO Alarm/Restor
e, E380
/R380

Trouble/
Restore, E381
/R381
RF

Supervision, E382
/R382
RPM Supervision

Type 16: Fire With Verification

Provides a fire alarm on a short circuit and a trouble
condition on open circuit.

An initial short detection causes 7
-second smoke
detector power reset
and, if programmed, activates
relays programmed for fire reset, followed by a 15
second settling period.
A subsequent short detection
within 90 seconds of the reset causes a fire alarm.

A fire alarm produces a pulsing of the bell output.
A
zone of this
type is always active and cannot be
bypassed.

Fire verification is to be used for smoke detectors only,
no manual pull stations, heat detectors, water flow
indicators and similar device.

Reports:
E111 for Alarm (short) and E373 (open)

Type 20:
Arm
-STAY
(5800 Series devices

only)

This is a special
-purpose zone type used with 5800
series wireless transmitters, which will result in arming
the system in the Stay mode.
It can only be assigned to zones with Input Type 4 or
5, and the ser
ial number must be assigned to a user
before it will function.
NOTE:

Zones of this Type cannot be used to activate

an
Output in a Zone List.

Reports:

Sends the user code assigned to the
wireless
key. E441 (open) and R441 (close).

Type 21:
Arm
-AWAY
(5800 Series devices

only)

This is a special
-purpose zone type used with 5800
series wireless transmitters, which will result in arming
the system in the Away mode.
It can only be assigned to zones with Input Type 4 or
5, and the serial number must be assigned to a user
before it will function.
NOTE:
Zones of this Type cannot be used to activate

an Output in a Zone List.

Reports:
Sends the user code assigned to the
wireless
key. E401 (open) and R401 (close).

Type 22: Disarm
(5800 Series devices
only)

This is a special
-purpose zone type used with 5800
series wireless transmitters, which will result in arming
the system in the Away mode.
It can only be assigned to zones with Input Type 4 or
5, and the serial number must be assigned to a user
before it will function.
NOTE:
Zones of this Type cannot be used to activate

an Output in a Zone List.

Reports:
Sends the user code assigned to the

wireless key and refers to the arming mode,

before sending the report.
Ex. R401 U002 =

Arm
Away, user # 002.

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SECTION 2: PROGRAMMING

Type 23: No Alarm Response

Zone Type 23 No Alarm Response can be used on a
zone when an output
relay, or Total Connect® Remote
Services notification is desired.

NOTE:
Total
Connect Remote Services
and RIS event

notification for this zone type using and input

type of HW, SL, RF, and UR input type
s,

provides a z
one
fault. It
show
s a fault but does


not activate an alarm on the keypad and
does


not prevent the panel from arming.

Type 27: Access Point

Assign this zone type to an input device (hardwired
zone, wireless zone, keypad, access control relay, etc.)
that cont
rols an access entry point (e.g., a door).
The access point entry relay can be assigned to an
access control relay (controlled by the VISTA
-
128BPT/VISTA
-250BPT), ECP relay (4204), or to the
access control system independent of the control
panel.

Type 28: Not Used.
Type 29: Momentary Exit

Used to cause an access point programmed for entry
to revert to an exit point for 15 seconds. After the 15
seconds, it automatically reverts to an entry point.
This zone type should be used
only with VistaKey
modules.

This is used to have a different event action take place
(such as arming the system)
.
Report:
N/A


NOTE FOR PANIC KEYS

Keypad panic zones share the same zone response type for all
eight partitions, but panics may be individually enabled for
each partition.

IMPORTANT! FAULT ANNUNCIATION

Polling loop and RF troubles (zones 988, 990, and 997) report
as trouble conditions only, and as such, should be assigned
zone type 05 if annunciation is desired. See
Polling Loop
Sup
ervision
and
RF System Operation and Supervision
in
SECTION 3 Installing the Control

for more information.


Zone Input Type Definitions

Each
zone must be assigned an input type, which defines the where the system will “look” for status of the zone (RF
receiver, polling loop, etc.). Zone input types are defined below.
Type 01 Hardwired (HW)

Reserved for the built
-in hardwired zones 1
-9.
Type 02 RF Motion (RM)

Select for 5800 Series RF transmitters. Sends periodic
check
-in signals, as well as fault and low
-battery
signals. The control panel automatically restores the
zone to “ready” af
ter a few seconds. This type is
designed for facilities with multiple motion detectors
that may fault and restore simultaneously. The
transmitter must remain within the receiver’s range.

NOTE:
If using RF Motion with a door/window type

transmitter, only l
oop 1 may be used.

Type 03 Supervised RF (RF)

Select for 5800 Series RF transmitters that will be
supervised for check
-in signals. The transmitter must
remain within the receiver’s range.

Type 04 Unsupervised RF (UR)

Select for 5800 Series RF transmitters that will not be
supervised for check
-in signals. The transmitter may
therefore be carried off
-premises.

Type 05 Unsupervised Button RF
(BR)

Select for 5800 Series RF transmitters specifically
designed for this input type. Check the transmitter’s
instructions for proper programming of the input type.
These transmitters send only fault signals. They do
not send low
-battery signals until they ar
e activated.
The transmitter may be carried off
-premises.

Type 06 Serial Number Polling Loop (SL)

Select for polling loop devices with a built
-in serial
number.

For VistaKey, select this type for Door Statu
s Monitor
Backup DSMB. If local power to the VistaKey is lost, a
V-Plex SIM, located on the VistaKey board, is powered
directly from the polling loop and reports the state of
the DSM via the standard V
-Plex polling system.

NOTE
: To obtain the DSMB function, the Input Type
must be defined as 06 and the next prompt in
Zone Programming (Access Point) must
contain the Access Point number (01
-15)
(address of the VistaKey module).

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Type 07 DIP Switch Loop (DP)

Select for poll
ing loop devices that use DIP switches
for programming the zone number of the device.

Type 08 Dip Switch Polling Loop Right Loop
(PS)
Select for the second loop of two-
zone DIP Switch
polling loop devices.

Ty
pe 09 Console Input (CS)

Select when this zone is to be controlled by a keypad
input (user code + [#] + [7] + [3]) for access control.

Type 10 Not Used


Type11 VistaKey Door Status Monitor (DSM)

Select this input type when using a VistaKey module
connected to a door. This must be programmed for
each VistaKey module to provide the DSM zone
mapping a panel zone. If this is not programmed the
panel will not “see” the VistaKey module.

It is also used to determine the door is opened after a
card swipe or if the door is being held open. The
device is normally a magnetic switch mounted on the
door. The status of the switch is different when the
door is in an ope
n position.

Type 12 VistaKey Request to Exit (RTE)

Use this input type to map an uncommitted RTE zone
to an alarm panel zone. This input type is not normally
used if the zone is used for a request
-to
-exit function.
Ty
pe 13 VistaKey General Purpose
(GP)

This input type operates in the same manner as other
VISTA
-128BPT/VISTA
-250BPT alarm panel zones and
is provided so that a zone in the proximity of the
VistaKey can be wired without h
aving to run additional
wiring from the control panel.
Programming for Access Control

VistaKey

See the
VistaKey
-SK Installation and Setup Guide

for
the detailed programming instructions.

VistaKey Dialer Enables

When the VistaKey is installed with an alarm system,
the system defaults are set so that the system does
not send reports to the central station. The
programming is accomplished in field 1

35 for the
following events:



ACS Troubles
- To enable or disable ACS trouble
reporting.



ACS Bypasses
- To enable or disable ACS bypass
reporting.



ACS System

- To enable or disable ACS system
reporting, (i.e., ACS module reset).



ACS Alarms
- To enable or disable ACS alarm
reporting.



Dialer (Trace)
- To enable or disable access
grant/denial events sent to the central station.

Access Control of an Entry/Exi
t Point

The control can send entry and exit requests to the
VistaKey ACS utilizing keypads and button-
type (BR) RF
transmitters. A zone is programmed with a response type
27 (Access Point) and an appropriate i
nput type (console,
RF).

Using the Alpha Keypad

1.
Enter Zone Programming in the #93
Menu Mode.

2.
Program the zone with a response type
27 (Access Point).

3.
Enter the access point number (00
-31)
of the door.

4.
Program whether this is an entry or exit

point.

5.
Enter the partition number.

6.
Enter the report code.

7.
Enter the input type as Console
(09).

8.
Enter the keypad ECP address.

See Zone Programming
for more information.


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Using an RF Transmitter Zone

A button type RF transmitter (58
34-
4) can be used to
provide access or egress for up to 4 doors. One
button will control one door. Also, a button can be
used to provide access or egress due to a panic or
duress condition.

To program the RF transmitter for access control,
perform the following steps:


1.
Enter Zone Programming in the #93
Menu Mode.

2.
Program the zone with a response type
27 (Access Point).

3.
Enter the access point number (00
-
31) of
the
door.

4.
Indicate whether RF device is for entry or
exit.

5.
Enter the partition number

6.
Enter the input type: button RF (03).

7.
Enter the loop number.

8.
Enroll the serial number

See Zone Programming in the Programming Guide for
a detailed explanation.





RF buttons and pendants must be
assigned to a user number in order to
function. See
SECTION 9: User Access
Codes

for the procedure.



An RF transmitter will not provide access
or grant if the system is in any test mode.


Control of
Lighting and Appliances

Lighting and appliances can be controlled when an
access or exit event occurs. Lights or appliances can be
automatically turned on or off when a valid entry or egress
request is pre
sented at an access point. To control these
devices, the control’s
relays or the ACS relays or triggers
are used with keypads and/or RF transmitters whose
response type is Access Point (27). To program the
control of lighting and appliances, perform the following
steps:


1.
Enter Output Programming in the #93
Menu Mode.

2.
Program all the information for the relay.

3.
Select the output type: ECP (1) (4204).

See Output Programming in the Programming Guide for a
detailed explanation.

Stand
-Alone Access Control

The
co
ntrol
can be used for access control without
interfacing to VistaKey. A user can trigger an access point
(i.e., door strike) for 2 seconds by entering User Code + [0].
To program the control
for Stand
-Alone access control,
perform the following steps:

1.
Enter Output Programming in the #93
Menu Mode.

2.
Program the output type as 1, or 2.

3.
For type 1, program the ECP address and
relay number.

4.
For type 2, program the house and unit
codes.

5.
Program the relay number in field 1

76
(partition
-
specific).

See Output Programming in the Programming Guide for a
detailed explanation.

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SECTION: 3

DATA FIELDS

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

About Data Field Programming

The following pages list this control’s data fields in numerical order. Field numbers are listed in the left column, followed

by a “Title and Data Entries column, which lists the valid entries for each field
and a third column depicting the def
aulted
values
. Underneath those columns (for each field) an explanation and additional information are described.


NOTE:
All references in this manual for number of zones, number of user codes, number of access cards, and the

event log capacity, use the VISTA
-250BPT’s features. All other features are identical.
SUMMARY OF PROGRAMMING COMMANDS

DESIRED ACTIONS

SYNTAX

To enter program mode

Enter installer code + [8] + [0] + [0] + [0]

To set standard defaults


Press

97

To change to next page of program fields

Press

94

To return to previous set of fields

Press

99

To erase account and phone number field entries

Press [

] + field number + [

]

To assign zone descriptors

Press #93 + follow menu prompts

To change partitions (for partition specific fields)

Press

91 + desired partition number

To add custom words

Press #93 + follow menu prompts

To enter Installer's Message

Press #93 + follow menu prompts

To exit program mode

Press


99 OR

98:


99

allows re
-access to programming mode by installer code.


98

prevents re-
access to programming mode by installer
code.
NOTE:

If local programming lockout is set via downloading, programming mode cannot be entered at the keypad. In the

event that loc
al programming is required after the lock
-out, setting the location in Compass will open a 24
-hour

window for programming when the Master code + #65 –
command is entered. The 24
-hour window counts down
and

then locks out local programming until the next
Master code + #65
-command is entered.

Programming Data Fields

Data field programming involves making the appropriate entries for each of the data fields. Start Data Field programming
by entering the installer code + 8 + 0 + 0 + 0.

FIELD

TITLE and DATA ENTRIES

Default Values


00

INSTALLER CODE
A


Enter 4 digits,
0
-9

[4112]
A
A
A

E

E

E

E





Only code that can be used to enter the Program Mode.


Cannot be used to disarm the system if it is
not
used to arm the system.



Cannot be used to re-
enter Program Mode if it is
exited by the

98 command.

04

ENABLE RANDOM TIMERS FOR PARTITIONS 1
-8
0
= disable

1
= enable
A
A
A

E
E
E
1
E
E
E
AAAAAA

E
E
E
2
E
E
E
AAA

A
A
A

E
E
E
3
E
E
E
AAA

A
A
A

E
E
E
4
E
E
E
AAA

A
A
A

E
E
E
5
E
E
E
AAA

A
A
A

E
E
E
6
E
E
E
AAA

A
A
A

E
E
E
7
E
E
E
AAA

A
A
A

E
E
E
8
E
E
E


If enabled, the activation time of the window is
randomized up to 30 minutes and is initialized by either of two methods:

User Code

+
[#]

+
[41]
:
Initiates the random schedule for all devices in the partition.

User Code

+
[#]

+
[42]
:
Initiates the random schedule for all devices in the partition with a time window within 6 PM and 5


05
SYSTEM EVENTS NOTIFY



0
= disable

1
= enable
[0]

A
A
A

E



Field

14 must be set for RS232 port
(1).

NOTES:


If enabled, the system also sends fault and restore messages via the RS232 port (TB4).


While in a communication session with Compass, system events will not operate.

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FIELD

TITLE and DATA ENTRIES

Default Values


06
QUICK EXIT

(partition
-specific)

0
= disable

1

= enable

[1]
A
A

E



If enabled, allows users to exit the armed partition without disarming and then rearming the partition.

Quick Exit is initiated by entering [#] + [9]. This restarts the exit delay. All rules of exit apply, including exit error lo
gic.

UL

MUST BE SET TO 0 FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.



09

ENTRY DELAY #1
(partition
-specific)

Enter
02-
15

multiplied by 15 seconds.

00

= no delay.

[02]
A
A

E

E



Entry delay defines the delay time that allows users to re-
enter the premises through a door that has been programmed as
an entry delay door and disarm the system without sounding an alarm. The system must be disarmed within this period or
an alarm will oc
cur.

SIA:
The entry delay time and Abort Window (field

88) combined cannot exceed 60 seconds for SIA installations.
UL

THE DELAY MAY NOT EXCEED 45 SECONDS FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.



10

EXIT DELAY #1

(partition
-specific)

Enter
02-
15

multiplied by 15 seconds.

00

= no delay.

[02]
A
A
A

E

E

SIA:

Minimum 60 seconds (04) for SIA installations.


Exit Delay #2 is used for a secondary door requiring a longer delay than tho
se assigned to Entry Delay #1.

UL

THE DELAY
MAY NOT EXCEED 45 SECONDS FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.



11

ENTRY DELAY #2

(partition
-specific)

Enter
02-
15

multiplied by 15 seconds.

00

= no delay.

[0
2]

E

E


Exit delay defines the delay period that allows users to leave the premises through a door that has been programmed as an
entry/exit delay door after arming the system without setting off the alarm.
SIA:
The entry delay time and Abort Window (field

88) combined cannot exceed 60 seconds for SIA installations.
UL

THE DELAY MAY NOT EXCEED 45 SECONDS FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.



12

EXIT DELAY #2

(partition
-specific)

Enter
02-
15

multiplied by 15 seconds.

00

= no delay.

[08]
A
A
A

E

E

SIA:
Minimum 60 seconds (04) for SIA installations.

Exit Delay #2 is used for a secondary door requiring a longer delay than those assigned to Exit Delay #1.

UL

THE DELAY MAY NOT EXCEED 45 SECONDS FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.



13

ALARM SOUNDER DURATION
(BELL TIMEOUT)

(partition
-specific)

Enter
01
-
15

multiplied by 2 minutes.

[04]
A
A
A

E



Defines the length of time the Bell Output and the keypad’s sounder will sound for all audible alarms.

UL

MUST
BE MINIMUM 16 MINUTES FOR UL COMMERCIAL BURGLARY INSTALLATIONS.



14

RS232 INPUT

0
= Disable

1

= Enable

[0]
A
A
A

E



When enabled, sets RS232 input at TB4.

UL

AUTOMATION INPUT USING TB4 IS NOT PERMITTED IN UL
INSTALLATIONS



15

KEYSWITCH ASSIGNMENT

Enter
1-8
partition keyswitch is being used.

Enter
0

if the keyswitch is not used.

[0]
A
A
A

E





The keyswitch requires the use of zone 7 wired loop (zone 7 is no longer available as protection zone).



The fire and panic alarm voltage triggers (J7) automatically become ARMING and READY status outputs for the
Keyswitch LEDs.
Openings/closing report as
user “0” if enabled in field

40.

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SECTION 3: DATA FIELD DESCRIPTIONS


FIELD

TITLE and DATA ENTRIES

Default Values


16

CONFIRMATION OF ARMING DING

(partition
-specific)

0
= disable

1

= enable

[02]
A
A
A

E

E



If enabled, produces
½-second external alarm sounding (“ding”) at the end of exit delay (or after kissoff from the central
stati
on, if sending closing reports), when the panel is armed Away or Max from a keypad, schedule, or remotely.
NOTE:

If using a wireless key, when the b
utton is pressed, either for arming or disarming, the bell will ding indicating that

the
button is working.
Also, there will be only a brief exit warning when arming with a wireless key.

Open/Closing Reporting Notes:



If closing reports are being sent the ding will happen after kissoff.



If closing reports are going to both phone numbers, the ding will sound once after kissoff from the p
rimary phone
number and once after kissoff
from the secondary phone number.


If Confir
m of Arming ding is enabled and you use a wireless wireless key
to arm the system you will get a ding
immediately upon arming, another ding at the
end of the exit delay time or closing kissoff, and a ding whenever the
fob is used to Disarm
.


When global arm
ing and using open close reports on all partitions the sounder will acknowledge one tone for EVERY
open and close it receives.



With open/close reporting not enabled, the confirmation of arming dings at the end of the exit delay for
each

partition. If all partitions have the same exit delay and you global arm you will only get one ding.

UL

MUST BE 1 FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.






17

AC Loss Keypad Sounding

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0]
A
A
A

E



Enabled:
Gi
ves rapid beeping trouble sound after 2 minutes of actual AC loss. (S
ilenced by pressing any key on the

keypad.
)
Disabled:
There will only be an AC Loss display on the keypad, with no sound.

19

Randomize AC Loss Report

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0]
A
A
A

E



Enabled:
the AC Loss, AC Restores, and Log randomizes AC loss reporting between 10 and 40 min. after an actual AC loss.
Disabled:
AC loss reporting about 2 minutes after actual AC loss.

Selecting this option helps prevent an overload of AC loss messages at the central station during a community blackout.

Relay Activation Notes:

To throw a relay upon AC Loss Detection, the following rules apply:

1.

Programmed
as a start parameter, the o
utput follows the dialer for AC loss
.
2.

If AC loss reporting is randomized, the Output will follow this randomized time.
3.

If you set the panel for n
ormal AC loss reporting, the panel dial
s within about 2 minutes of AC loss and the Output will
activate
at the same time
.

20

VIP Module Phone Code

1-9
= first digit of access code



or
#

= second digit of access code (enter 11 for “

”, or 12 for “#”)

[00]
A
A
A
|
E
E
E
A
A
A
, [11]
A
A
A
|
E
E
E


Not Used.

UL

MUST BE DISABLED FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.



21

Prevent Fire Timeout

0
= disable (timeout)

1

= enable (no timeout)

[0]

E



Enabled:

No sounder timeout
for all fire zones, regardless of partition, so that fire sounding
continues until the system is

reset.

Disabled:
The normal burglary sounder duration (field

13) applies to fire alarms.


22

Keypad Panic Enables

(partition
-specific)

0
= disable

1
= enable
[001]
A
A
A

E
E
E
995
E
E
E
AAAAAA

E
E
E
996
E
E
E
AAAAAA

E
E
E
999
E
E
E


Enabled:
Keypad panics (zones 995, 996, and 999)
may be used in this partition.
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FIELD

TITLE and
DATA ENTRIES

Default Values


23

Multiple Alarms

(partition
-specific)

0
= disable

1

= enable

[1]
A

E



Enabled:
Allows more than one alarm sounding for a given zone during an armed period.
Disabled:

The bell output will only activate
once per zone per armed period for any audible zone type.
Multiple alarm


soundings
will not occur more than the duration programmed
in

13.
After the duration expires, the sounder will


activate again for the same duration; will continue until the control is disarmed.
This has no impact on the


number of communication messages transmitted.

SIA:
This option has been removed and is now included in the Swinger Suppression option.

UL

MUST BE 1 FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.



24

Ignore Expansion Zone Tamper

0
= disable (tamper detection)

1

= enable (no tamper detection)

[1]
A
A
A

E



If disabled, the system monitors the tampers on expansion zones.
NOTE:

Only applicable to certain polling loop sensors with tamper switches or 5800 Series
transmitters and does not apply

to
ECP Device Tamper 8XX zones.

UL

MUST BE 0 FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.



26

INTELLIGENT TEST REPORT

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0]
A
A
A

E



Enabled:
No test report is sent if any other type of report was sent since the last test report.

Disabled
:
Test reports are sent at the set intervals, regardless of whether or not any other report has been sent.

UL

MUST BE 0 FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.



27

Test Report Interval

Enter
0001-9999

for the test report interval in hours.

Enter
0000

for test reporting.

[0024]
A
A
A

E

E

E

E



If a test report is desired, enter a test code in
Report Code Programming
in
#93 Menu Mode
and s
et first test report time in
field

83.

UL

MAXIMUM TEST REPORT INTERVAL IS 0024 FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.


28
Power
-Up in Previous State

0
= disable

1

= enable

[1]
A
A
A

E



Enabled:

The system, upon power
-up, reverts to its status prior to a complete power loss.

Disabled:
The system always powers up in a disarmed state.
NOTE:

Neither authority level 0 nor 5 can be used to disarm the system if the control powers up armed.

UL

UST BE SET TO 0 FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.



29

Quick Arm

(partition
-specific)

0
= disable

1

= enable

[1]
A
A
A

E



Enabled:

Allows arming of the burglary system in AWAY, STAY, INSTANT, or MAXIMUM mode by using the [#] key instead of

the user code.
NOTES:



When armed, the system reports closing as User 0 if Open/Close reporting for User #2 (typically a Master level user)
was enabled for a given partition.


If Quick Arm is used, the Installer Code and Authority Level 5 codes cannot disarm the system.

30

Phone Linecut Detect

0
= disable

1

= enable

[1]
A
A
A

E



Enabled:

Indicates
PHONE LINE CUT on the keypad when phone line voltage drops below 2VDC for approximately 120

seconds.

NOTES:


The panel will send/log Contact ID
code E351 Telco Fault over an AlarmNet ECP Communicator. (T
he E351 report needs
to be enabled in #93 Report Code, Programming, System Group 2 under TELCO TROUBLE.)



R351 Telco Fault is sent/logged when phone line voltage has returned for approximately 60 seconds.

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SECTION 3: DATA FIELD DESCRIPTIONS


FIELD

TITLE and DATA ENTRIES

Default Values


31

PABX Access Code

Enter
00
-
09; B
-
F (11
-
15)

[Blank]
A
A
A
|
E
E
E
A
A
AA
A
A
|
E
E
E
A
A
AA
A
A
|
E
E
E
A
A
AA
A
A
|
E
E
E


If required, enter the code used to get an outside line before dialing the phone number. These digits will be dialed before

33,

34, and

35, followed by a 2 second pause. 0
-9; 11 for *; 12 for #; and 13 for 2 second pause.
NOTE:
Each digit it a 2
-digit
entry, example: if a 9 needs to be dialed before the phone number enter 09 then [

] to exit.


32

Primary Subscriber’s Account Number
(partition
-
specific)

Enter
00-
09; B
-F (11
-15)

[
15 15 15 15
]
A
|
E
A

A
|
E
A

A
|
E
A

A
|
E
AA
|
E


A
|
E
A

A
|
E
A

A
|
E
A

A
|
E
AA
|
E


Enter a 4
-

or 10
-
digit (depending on report format

in

45
) primary subscriber account number.



Each number requires a 2
-digit entry so as to allow entry of hexadecimal digits (B
-F).



If a 4
-digit account number is to be used, enter data only in the first four locations, and enter * in the fifth location.
Example
: 4
-
digit account # 1234 would be 01 02 03 04

.


33

Primary Phone Number
Enter
0-9; #11
for

, #12
for
#, #13
for

a 2
-second pause.

A
A

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E


E

E

E

E



Enter the primary central station phone number, up to 17 digits. This is the phone number the control will use to transmit
Alarm and status messages to the central station. Do not fill unused spaces, press

when all digits have been entered.

Enter the secondary phone number to central station, 0
-9; #11 for *; #12 for #; and #13 for 2 second pause.

NOTES:




Attempts to dial 8 times before switching to the secondary number (if used).


Backup reporting is autom
atic only if a secondary phone number is entered.

34

Secondary Phone Number
Enter
0-9; #11
for

, #12
for
#, #13
for

a 2
-second pause.

A

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E


E

E

E

E



Provides for a Secondary phone number in

34 and Secondary Acct number in

90 for Dual, Split, and Backup reporting.


Failure to report after eight attempts, control attempts reporting through the secondary.


90: Sec. Subs. Acct # must be enabled.



If the control
makes it's eight
attempts to report
using
the primary phone number and it cannot

get through, it will then
try 8 times with secondary phone number (all with the secondary account number
).


Enter the secondary phone number to central station, 0
-9; #11 for *; #12 for #; and #13 for 2 second pause.

NOTES:


Anytime the Secondary Phone number is dialed the Secondary Acct # is used.


If Dual and Split reporting are not enabled in

51 and 1

34, then the Secondary phone number and acct # are used
solely for Backup Reporting.

35

Download Phone Number
Enter
0-9; #11
for

, #12
for
#, #13
for

a 2
-second pause.

A

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E


E

E

E

E



Enter the phone number, up to 17 digits, of the computer modem that will be uploading or downloading the control.
0-9; #11 for *; #12 for #; and #13 for 2 second
pause. If entering fewer than 17 digits press * after the last digit has been
entered.


36

Download ID Number
Make entries as 2
-digit numbers as follows:

00=0
01=1

02=2

03=3

04=4

05=5

06=6
07=7

08=8

09=9

10=A

11=B

12=C
13=D
14=E

15=F

[Blank]

A
|
E
A

A
|
E
A

A
|
E
A

A
|
E


AA
|
E
A

A
|
E
A

A
|
E
A

A
|
E

NOTE:
THIS
FIELD

CANNOT
BE
VIEWED.


Enter eight hexadecimal
digits.

NOTE:

This field is applicable only if downloading is utilized.
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TITLE and DATA ENTRIES

Default Values


37

Download Command Enables

0
= disable

1
= enable
[1]
A

E

A
Dialer Shutdown

[1]
A

E

A
Remote Disarm

[1]
A

E

A
System
Shutdown

[1]
A

E

A
Remote Arm

[0]
A

E

A
Not Used

[1]
A

E

A
Upload

[1]
A

E

A
Remote Bypass

[1]
A

E

A
Download


Enabling a function means that you are able to perform that function via the ADEMCO Compass Downloading software.
UL

DOWNLOADING IS NOT PERMISSIBLE FOR UL INSTALLATIONS, ALL ENTRIES MUST BE 0.




38

Prevent Zone XXX Bypass

(partition
-specific)

Enter a zone number
(001
-250)
.
Enter
000

if all zones can be bypassed.

[000]

A

E

E

E



Enter three digits for zone that cannot be bypassed by the user.

NOTES:




The actions manual bypass, group bypass, auto
-stay, and STAY/INSTANT arming modes cannot bypass any zone
programmed in this field.



The system will not arm if the zone is programmed with the vent zone or force arm fault attributes.

ULC

FORCE ARMING IS NOT A ULC LISTED FEATURE AND MUST BE DISABLED.



39

Enable Open/Close Report for Installer Code
(partition
-
specific)

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0]
A

E



Enabled:
When Installer Code is used to arm or disarm the partition, an open/close report is sent to the central station.


40

Enable Open/Close report for Keyswitch

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0
]
A

E



Enabled:
When the keyswitch is used to arm or disarm the partition, an open/close report is sent to the central station.


41

Normally Closed or EOLR (Zones 2
-8)

0
= EOLR used

1

= normally closed

[0]
A

E



Enabled:
(1) end
-of
-line resistors cannot be used and only
normally closed
devices must be used.

Disabled:

(0), end
-of
-line resistors must be used on zones 2
-8.

UL

MUST BE 0 FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.



42

Dial Tone Pause

Enter
the wait time for dial tone detection:
0

= 5 seconds;
1

= 11 seconds;
2
= 30 seconds.

[0
]
A

E



Enter the time the system waits for dial tone before dialing.

UL

MUST BE 0 FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.



44

Ring Detection Count

Enter
00

to disable ring detection.

Enter
01-
14
for ring counts of 1
-14.

Enter
15
to select Answering Machine Defeat Mode

[00
]
A

E

E



Only applicable if station
-initiated downloading will be used.

Process:



Caller
(Compass Software)
lets the phone ring once, hangs up
, and call
s again within 30 seconds.



The control does not answer the first call, but readies itself to pick up on the first ring of the next incoming call that is
received within 30 se
conds (i.e., the downloader calling again).
UL

MUST BE 0 FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.


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FIELD

TITLE and DATA ENTRIES

Default Values


45

Primary Format

1
= Contact ID;
2
= 10
-Digit Contact ID;
3
= 4+2 Express

[1]
A

E



Enter
the reporting format for the primary telephone number.


47

Secondary Format

1
= Contact ID;
2
= 10
-Digit Contact ID;
3
= 4+2 Express

[1]
A

E



Enter the reporting format for the secondary telephone number.

51

Dual
Reporting
0
= disable

1

= enable

[0]
A

E



Enabled:
All reports are to be sent to both primary and secondary phone numbers; if

59 is used
all reports are sent
to the
Primary and Secondary AlarmNet communicator account numbers
.
Using with split reporting (1*34)

Option 1:
Alarms go to both primary and secondary numbers, while all other reports go to secondary only.

Option 2:
Alarms and alarm restores will go to both primary and secondary numbers, Open/Close and test messages go to

Secondary only, While all other reports go to primary.


56

Dynamic Signaling Delay
Enter
00-
15

times 15 seconds.

[03]
A
|
E


Select the time the panel waits
for acknowledgment from the first reporting path
before it attempts to send a message to
the second (first and second reporting paths
are determined in field

57). Refer to the
Installation and
Setup Guide
for a
detailed description.

If the acknowledgment is received before the delay time expires, no message is sent to the second path
.

57

Dynamic Signaling Priority

0
= Primary Dialer

1 = ECP Communicator


[0]
A

E



Select the initial reporting path for central station messages.
Refer to the
Installation and Setup Guide
for a detailed
description.


58

ECP Communicator
Central Station #1 Category Enable

0
= disable

1
= enable
[000000]
A

E
Alarm
E
A

A

E
Trbl
E
A

A

E
Byp
E
A

A

E
O/C
E
A

A

E
Syst
E
A

A

E
Test
E




59
ECP Communicator
Central Station #
2 Category Enable

0
= disable

1
= enable
[000000]
A

E
Alarm
E
A

A

E
Trbl
E
A

A

E
Byp
E
A

A

E
O/C
E
A

A

E
Syst
E
A

A

E
Test
E


NOTE:


51 and

90 must also be programmed if

59 is enabled.


79

Zone Type Restores for Zone Types 1
-8
0
= disable

1
= enable
[00000000]
A

E
1
E
AA

E
2
E
AA

E
3
E
AA

E
4
E
AA

E
5
E
AA

E
6
E
AA

E
7
E
AA

E
8
E


Enabled:
Provides reporting for individual
ZONE TYPES
(not zone numbers).

89 Restore Report Timing:

Option 0:
All zone types have true zone restore while armed or disarmed. If a burg zone is not restored upon disarm, the

restore is
sent anyway. 24 hour zone types
are true zone restore.


Option 1:
Restore is sent at bell timeout if the zone is restored, if not it is sent at disarm. 24 hour zone types are true zone

restore.


Option 2:

Restore is sent at disarm whether the zone is restored or not. 24 hour zone types
are true zone restore.

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Default Values


80

Zone Type Restores for Zone Types 9, 10, 14, 16

0
= disable

1
= enable
[0000]
A

E
9
E
AA

E
10
E
AA

E
14
E
AA

E
16
E


Enabled:
Provides reporting for individual
ZONE TYPES
(not zone numbers).

83

First Test Report Time

Enter
00-
07
for the day (01 = Monday)

Enter
00-
23

for the hour

Enter
00
-
59

for the minutes

[00, 12, 00]
A
|
E
AA
|
E
AA
|
E


Enter the day and time that the first Test report shall be transmitted. Enter
00
in all locations if the Test report is to be sent
immediately upon exiting
(see below)
. Enter
00

in the day location if the report is to be sent at the next occurrence of the
time that is set.
00,00,00 =
Instant
-Test will be sent right away when panel is reset (power up, Exit program mode, Download All from

Compass
[not
when downloading System (user codes), or uploading, or setting clock]



84

Swinger Suppression

(partition
-specific)

Enter
01-
14
.

Enter
00

for unlimited reports

[01]
A

E

E


Enter the number of alarms
to be sent to central station, per burglary zone, per armed period. Valid entries are 00
-15.
Fire
and Panic zones are not affected. This feature limits the number of time
s a non-
fire zone locally annunciates and transmits
an alarm report to the central
station, if a report is programmed, per armed period.

SIA:

01 = 1 Alarm, 02 = 2 Alarms per armed period.
A prompt has been added to Zone Programming for each zone to

enab
le/disable this option (Swinger Suppression Enable) with choices of 0 = no suppression
; 1 = yes
, suppress

alarms according to

84.


UL

MUST BE 00 FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.



85

Enable Dialer Reports for Panics & Duress

(partition
-
specific)

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0000]
A

E
995
E
AA

E
996
E
AA

E
999
E
AA

E
Duress
E


Program
Zone 995, 996, 999, Duress Enable for each partition that the panics and duress reporting is desired.
NOTE:

Non
-zero report code must be assigned to zone 992 (duress) to enable Duress reporting.
If you enable any of the panics to report, programming location

22
must
programmed correctly for each partition.


88

Abort Window

(partition
-specific)

0
= no delay

1
= 30
-second delay
(
SIA:
1= 15, 2 = 30 and 3 = 45)

[1]
A

E

SIA:
2 = 30 Seconds


Enter [1] for 30 second delay on burglary alarm communication; otherwise [0] for no delay.
If delay is enabled and an alarm occurs, if you disarm before the delay time has expired the display will show 'ALARM
ABORTED' and the alarm report will not be sen
t. Applies to both communication paths, dialer and
an AlarmNet ECP
communicator
.
SIA:

A prompt has been added to
Zone Programming for each zone to enable/disable this option (Abort Window



Enable) with choices 0 = no abort window; 1 = yes, use abort window according to

88.

NOTE:
Required for
SIA
.

UL

MUST BE 0 FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.



89

Restore Report Timing

0
= instant

1
= after bell timeout

2

= when system is disarmed

[1]
A

E



Option 0
= All Burg zone types have true zone restore while armed or disarmed. If a burg zone is not restored upon disarm,

the restore is sent anyway.
Option 1
= Restore is sent at bell timeout if the zone is restored, if not it is sent at disarm.
Option 2
= Restore is sent at disarm whether the zone is restored or not.

NOTE:
This field only applies to Burglary Zone Types, it does not apply to Fire or Panic. See Restore Document for detailed

information on non-
burg zone types and Restore reporting.

UL

Must be 2 for UL installations.


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FIELD

TITLE and DATA ENTRIES

Default
Values


90

Secondary Subscriber Account Number
(partition
-
specific)

Enter
00-
09; B
-F (11
-15)

[
15 15 15 15
]
A
|
E
A

A
|
E
A

A
|
E
A

A
|
E
AA
|
E


A
|
E
A

A
|
E
A

A
|
E
A

A
|
E
AA
|
E


Enter a 4
- or 10
-digit (depending on report format in

47)
secondary

subscriber account number. Each number requires a
2-digit entry so as to allow entry of hexadecimal digits (B
-F). If a 4
-digit account number is to be used, enter data only in
the first four locations, and enter

in the fifth location. Example: 4
-digit account # 1234 would be 01 02 03 04

.
NOTE:
This field
must
be programmed if a secondary phone number is used (field

34). This account number can be the
same
as the primary account number.
1

07

Check or TRBL Disp
lay

0
= CHECK

1

= TRBL

[0
]
A

E



Select whether the system should display TRBL or CHECK for trouble conditions.

1

11

Zone Bypass After Disarm

0
= disable

1
= enable
[00000000]
A

E
1
E
AA

E
2
E
AA

E
3
E
AA

E
4
E
AA

E
5
E
AA

E
6
E
AA

E
7
E
AA

E
8
E


Disabled:
The
USER CODE + OFF
will not unbypass zones.

Enabled:
The
USER
CODE + OFF
will unbypass zones.

Unbypassing Process:



To unbypass
ALL

zones, enter
USER CODE + # + 64
.


To unbypass zones
INDIVIDUALLY,
you must enter
USER CODE + 6 + zone number
.
NOTES:



Au
tomatically bypassed
zones
unbypass upon disarming of the control (e.g., STAY mode, Auto
-STAY, etc.).



Vent zones and zones bypassed by a programmed Auto
-Bypass schedule (Timed Driven Event) are considered
“manual bypasses” and will not be unbypassed upon disarming the system.



Zones that were in a bypassed state at the time a System Shutdown is sent from the Compass Downloading
software will be unbypassed when the System Shutdown is removed.
1

15

Cancel Verify

0
= disable
1

= enable alarm output pulse upon kissoff of Cancel report.

[1]
A

E



Enabled:
The bell output will pulse the alarm output 3 times and displays "Cancel report sent to central station" when the

panel
receives a kissoff from central
station for the cancel report.

NOTE:

1

52 must be enabled to send a Cancel report
to the central station.

NOTE: This feature is enabled by default, as is the cancel report code, for SIA compliance.

1

17

Lobby Partition

0
= none

1
-
8

= partition number

[0]
A

E



Select the Common Lobby Partition.
NOTE:

The Lobby partition must be the highest partition enabled in the panel, for instance if you have 3 partitions

enabled, partition 3 should be your common lobby partition.

1

18

Affects Lobby

(partition
-specific)

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0]
A

E



If enabled, causes lobby partition to disarm when this partition disarms.

NOTE:

This partition must be armed before lobby can be armed.

1

19

Arms Lobby
(partition
-specific)

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0]
A

E



If enabled, arming this partition causes the system to attempt to arm the lobby partition automatically. To enable this field
,
field 1

18 must also be enabled (partition
-specific).

NOTES:




The lobby cannot be armed unless all partitions programmed for “affect” (field 1

18) is already armed.



If his field is enabled, Field 1

18 for this partition must also be enabled.

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Default Values

1

20

Exit Error Logic Enable

0
= disable

1

= enable

[1]
A

E



Exit Error Logic functions as follows:

At the end of the exit delay, if a door is left open or an interior zone is faulted, starts the entry delay period, and sounds the
bell(s), siren(s), and keypad sounders for the duration of entry delay. This gives the user time to re
-enter the premises and
disarm the system before exit error
report
occurs.

Process:

1.

If the user does not re-
enter
the premises and disarm the system, the system bypasses the faulted entr
y/exit and/or
interior zone(s).
2.

The rest of the system is armed.
3.

The following dialer reports are sent to the central station if programmed:



Exit Error by Zone


Entry/Exit or Inter
ior Alarm with the zone number



Bypass reports

SIA:
This option has been removed and the Exit Error Logic is always enabled.
UL

EXIT ERROR LOGIC IS NOT SUITABLE FOR USE IN A UL INSTALLATION.


1

21

Exit Delay Reset

0
= disable

1

= enable

[1]
A

E


If enabled, when the panel is armed, the normal exit delay begins. After the user exits, closes the door and then re
-enters
the premises, the exit delay time is reset to the programmed value.
NOTES:



Exit Delay Reset is designed to allow an operator to re-
enter the premises to retrieve a forgotten item without
triggering an alarm.


This feature may only be activated once after arming.


SIA

requirement


UL

EXIT DELAY RESET IS NOT SUITABLE FOR USE IN A UL INSTALLATION.


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Cross
-Zoning

UL

Cross Zoning is not suitable
for use in a UL installation.

Cross Zone logic is only in affect when
the panel is armed and is designed so
that a combination of two zones must
be faulted within a 5-minute period of
each other
. This prevents momentary
faults from one of the zones from
causing an alarm condition.

(Once
the first zone trips, the cross
zoning window begins, and when the
2nd zone trips within that window, the
alarm for both zones will occur).

You can select four "sets" of cross
-
zones (programmed in data fields
1

22, 1

23, 1

24 and 1

25), keeping
in mind the following:



Both zones in each set must
protect the same area.



When cross
-zoning motion
sensors, both device's areas of
protection must be situated so
that both
units will trip within
five minutes of each other
if
their shared protected area is
violated.



Both zones in each set must be in the same partition.



DO NOT
cross
-zone a fire zone with a burglary zone under any circumstance. A fire zone must only be crossed to
another fire zone and BOTH must be protecting the same physical area (no walls or partitions separating them).
Consult NFPA 72 standard for exact spaci
ng requirements. As a guideline, we recommend that spacing between
fire cross
-
zones be no farther than 30 ft.


Conditions That Affect Cross
-Zone Operation

1.

DO NOT use the same zone number for different cross zone pairs, it will “confuse” th
e cross zoning logic
and
produce unpredictable results.

2.

In the event of a continuous fault (lasting at least 5 minutes) on one of the paired zones, a fault on the second zone
will cause an immediate alarm.

3.

If one of the zones in a pair is bypassed or has a zone response type set to 0, the cross
-zoning feature will not apply.

4.

If an entry/exit zone is paired with an interior follower zone,
be sure to enter the entry/exit zone as the first zone of
the pair.
This will ensure that the entry delay time is started before the fol
lower zone is processed.

5.

If a relay is programmed to activate on a fault of one of the zones, the relay activates
without the other zone faulted
(will not work on 24hr zone types).

6.

If a relay is programmed to activate on either an alarm or trouble, both zo
nes must trip before the relay will activate,
and both zones must restore for the relay to deactivate (if relay is programmed to deactivate on a Zone List
Restore).

7.

Cross
ed
zones will still chime
(does not require both to fault)
.
8.

The Event log show
s and
report
s both zones.


If one zone in the pair trips it is completely ignored.


If the one of the zones trips and remains tripped, after the 5
-minute period there will be no local notification,
but
a trouble message is reported and logged.



The Contact ID event code is E378 Cross Zone Trouble.

FIELD

TITLE and DATA ENTRIES

Default Values

1

22

Cross Zoning Pair One

Enter
001
-250

Enter
000,000

to disable

[000, 000]
A
| |
E
AA
| |
E


Select the first pair of cross zones, which must both be faulted within a 5
-minute period to cause an alarm.
UL

Must be 000, 000 for UL installations.



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Default Values

1

23

Cross Zoning Pair Two

Enter
001
-250

Enter
000,000

to disable

[000, 000]
A
| |
E
AA
| |
E


Select the second pair of cross zones, which must both be faulted within a 5
-minute period to cause an alarm.
UL

Must be 000, 000 for UL installations.


1

24

Cross
Zoning Pair Three

Enter
001
-250

Enter
000,000

to disable

[000, 000]
A
| |
E
AA
| |
E


Select the third pair of cross zones, which must both be faulted within a 5
-minute period to cause an alarm.

UL

Must be 000, 000 for UL installations.


1

25

Cross Zoning Pair Four

Enter
001
-250

Enter
000,000

to disable

[000, 000]
A
| |
E
AA
| |
E


Select the fourth pair of cross zones, which must both be faulted within a 5
-minute period to cause an alarm.
UL

Must be 000, 000 for UL installations.


1

26

Panic Button or Speedkey
For
A, B, C
keys:

00

= panic function

01-32

= macro number

For
D
key:

00

= to select a macro to execute when key is pressed

01
-
32

= macro number

[00, 00, 00, 00
]
A
|
E
A
E
AA
|
E
B
E
AA
|
E
C
E
A

A
|
E
D
E

NOTE:
For 128BPTSIA Panels ONLY, the default entry is

[01, 02, 03, 00]
.

Select for the A, B, and C keys whether the system performs a panic or a speedkey function when the key is pressed.

Select for the D key whether the system performs a specific macro or if the user will select a macro when the key is
pressed.

NOTES:


If using the A, B, and C, keys for panic alarms, verify fields

22 and

85 are programmed correctly.



If a user code with global arm/disarm is used to execute the macro, the user’s global capabilities will override any
arm/disarm commands in the macro sequence.

1

28

RF Transmitter Low Battery Sound

0
= disarmed state only
1

= both armed and disarmed states

[0
]
A

E



Select when the RF transmitter low
-battery condition should display and audible beep annunciate on the keypad.

UL

MUST 1 FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.


1

29

RF Transmitter Low Battery Reporting

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0
]
A

E



If enabled, the system sends a Trouble message for RF transmitter low
-battery condition to the central station.

The Trouble message will be sent for a transmitter supervision failure
(E384)
, independent of this selection.

UL

MUST BE 1 FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.



1

30

RF Receiver Supervision Check
-in Interval

Enter
02-
15

times 2 hours (4
-30 hours).

00

= disable receiver supervision.

[06]
A

E

AA

E



Select the check
-in monitoring interval for the RF receiver(s).
Failure of a receiver to receive any RF signal within the time entered results in the activation of the response type

programmed for zone 990 for the first receiver and zone 988 for the second receiver and their related communication
reports.

UL

MAXIMUM IS 2 (4 HR) FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.


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FIELD

TITLE and DATA ENTRIES

Default Values

1

31

RF Transmitter Check
-in
Interval

Enter
02-
15

times 2 hours (4
-30 hours).

00

= disable transmitter supervision.

[12]
A

E

AA

E



Select the check
-in monitoring interval for the RF transmitters.

A failed supervision message sends if no check-
in is received during the established time period. (Each transmitter sends
a check
-in messages every 70
-90 minutes.)

UL

MAXIMUM IS 2 (4 HR) FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.


1

34

Communicator Split Reporting

0
= Split Reporting disabled

1
= Alarm, Alarm Restore, and Cancel reports to primary, all

others to secondary
.
2
= Open/Close and Test reports to secondary, all other reports

to primary
.

[0]
A

E



Select the type of split reporting for system communication.

NOTE:

See

51 for split/dual reporting combinations.

Split reporting should not be used with Dynamic Signaling
, as reports split to Secondary are not sent to the ECP
Communicator.

1

35

Access Control Dialer Enables

0
= disable

1

= enable

[000000]

A

E
Trace
E
A

A

E
Trbl
E
A

A

E
Byp
E
A

A

E
N/U
E
A

A

E
Syst
E
A

A

E
Alm
E


If Trace is enabled, access grant/denial events send to the central station.

If enabled, t
he other events send
a report to the central station.

1

42

Call Waiting Defeat

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0
]
A

E



If enabled, the system defeats Call Waiting
, dialing

70
on the first outgoing call attempt to both the primary and
secondary numbers.
DO NOT enable this feature unless Call Waiting is being used.

1

43

Permanent Keypad Display Backlighting
(partition
-
specific)

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0
]
A

E



Enabled:

Backlighting for the keypad display remains on at all times.
Disabled:

The backlighting comes on when a key is pressed. When a key is pressed, display backlighting turns on

for
all
keypads in that partition.

NOTE:

This field affects only standard keypads, not graphic/touch-
screen keypads.

1

44

Wireless Keypad Tamper Detect

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0
]
A

E



If enabled, when more than 40 key depressions are received without a valid sequence (arm, disarm, etc.), the control panel
disables the wireless keypad.

This inhibit is removed once a valid key sequence is received from a wired keypad.

UL

WIRELESS KEYPAD IS NOT SUITABLE FOR USE IN A UL INSTALLATION.





1

45

Exit Delay Sounding
(partition
-specific)

0
= disable

1

= enable

[1
]
A

E



Enabled:

The system produces slow beeping from the keypads during exit delay and reverts to rapid beeping during the

last
10 seconds of the exit delay.

NOTE
:

The duration of the beeping is the programmed value of field

10 regardless of which entry/exit zone is used


to
exit the premises.

SIA:
This option has been removed and the system always annunciates during the exit delay.

UL

MUST BE ENABLED (1) FOR A UL INSTALLATION.

See page 3
-42, “SOUND OPTION”, prompt for
disabling the entry/exit beeps on individual keypads.

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FIELD

TITLE and DATA ENTRIES

Default Values

1

46

Auxiliary Output Mode

0
=

Not used

1
= S
moke detector reset

2
= Not used

3

= AAV module

[0
]
A

E



Select
the mode for output 1 on the J7 triggers.
Option 1 =
Smoke Detector Reset

(See Installation and Setup Guide Section 3)

Option 3 =
AAV Module



Audio Alarm Verification (AAV) Module (also known as two
-way voice), requires an add on module.


This feature is supported if Alarm reports are programmed to be sent to the primary phone number.

NOTE:
Only one of the options may be active within the system.

1

47

Chime On Ext. Siren
(partition
-specific)

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0]
A

E



Enabled:
Produces a ½ second burst on the bell output when a fault occurs on an entry/exit or perimeter zone.

1

48

Wireless Keypad Assignment

0
= none

1
-
8

= partition number

[0]
A

E



Select the partition in which RF keypad is used.

UL

WIRELESS KEYPAD IS NOT SUITABLE FOR USE IN A UL INSTALLATION


1

49

Suppress Transmitter Supervision Sound

0
= disable

1

= enable

[1]
A

E



Enabled:
No trouble soundings occur on the keypad for transmitter check-
in failures.

UL

MUST BE A 0 FOR A UL INSTALLATION


1

52

Send Cancel If Alarm + Off

(partition
-specific)

0
= disable

1

= enable

[1]
A

E



Enabled:

Cancel reports are sent when the system is disarmed after an alarm, regardless of how much time has passed.

Disabled:

Cancel reports are sent within Bell Timeout period only.

SIA:
This option has been removed.
Always enabled.

1

53

Disable
Download Callback

0
= callback required

1

= no callback required

[0]
A

E



Select whether a callback from the control panel is required for downloading.

Enabled: No callback is required, panel answers according to the “Ring Detection Count” in location

44.

Disabled:
The control senses the incoming call, panel answers, hangs up and calls the download
number in

35.

UL

MUST BE A 0 FOR A UL INSTALLATION


1

55

International Date Format

0
= disable (mm/dd/yy)

1

=

enable (dd/mm/yy)

[0]
A

E



Select the date format for display in the event log.




1

56

AC 60Hz/50Hz

0
= 60Hz

1

= 50Hz

[0]
A

E



Select the frequency for the AC.

Must be set to
0
for U.S. and Canadian installations.

UL/ULC

MUST BE A 0 FOR US (UL) AND CANADIAN (ULC) INSTALLATIONS.




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FIELD

TITLE and DATA ENTRIES

Default Values

1

57

Enable 5800 RF Button Global
Arm
0
= disable

1

= enable

[0]
A

E



If enabled, the system arms/disarms in accordance with the button’s user’s global arming settings.
See 1

58.

1

58

Enable 5800 RF Button Force Arm

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0]
A

E



If enabled, allows the RF button user to force a bypass of all faulted zones when arming the system.

NOTE:

When attempting to arm the system, the keypad beeps once after the button is pressed if any faulted zones are

present.
ULC

FORCE ARMING IS NOT A ULC LISTED FEATURE AND MUST BE DISABLED FOR ULC INSTALLATIONS.


1

60

Zone 5 Audio Alarm Verification

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0]
A

E



If enabled, zone 5 is used for 2
-way audio (AAV).
NOTE:

Zone 5 cannot be used as protection zone.
UL

MUST BE 0 FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.


1

61

Abort Verify
(SIA PANEL ONLY)
0
= disable

1
= enable
[1]
A

E


If enabled and an alarm occurs on a non
-fire zone, the system displays “ALARM ABORTED
.” If a user enters the code + off
sequence during the Abort Window (Field

88)

1

70

Event Log Types

0
= disable

1
= enable
[1
1111]
A

E
Alarm
E
A

A

E
Chk
E
A

A

E
Byp
E
A

A

E
O/C
E
A

A

E
Syst
E


Enabled:
The system logs those events into the event log.

1

71

12/24 Hour Type Stamp Format

0
= 12
-hour

1

= 24
-
hour

[0]
A

E



Select the type of time stamping for the event log.

1

72

Event Log Printer On
-Line
Mode

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0]
A

E



Enabled:
The system prints the events as they occur.

Disabled:
The system prints the log only upon request.

1

74

Relay Timeout XXX Minutes

Enter
000
-
127
times 2 minutes (000
-254).

[000]
A
| |
E


This is used for #80 Menu Mode Time
-
Driven event relay command numbers “04/09” and
Output Programming
in the
#93 Menu Mode Programming
output command “56.”

1

75

Relay Timeout YYY Seconds

Enter
000
-127
seconds.

[000]
A
| |
E


This is used for #80 Menu Mode Time
-Driven event relay command numbers “05/10” and
Output Programming
in the
#93
Menu Mode Programming
command “57.”

1

76

Access Control Relay

(partition
-specific)

01-96

= relay number

00

= relay not used.

[00]
A
|
E


If enabled, the assigned relay closes for 2 seconds when the user enters his code and presses 0.
UL

MUST BE 00 FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.


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FIELD

TITLE and DATA ENTRIES

Default Values

1

77

Log 1
st
Main Signal

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0]
A

E



If enabled, the system logs the first maintenance signal from each smoke detector. If disabled, no logging occurs
until a
maintenance condition is displayed and reported.

1

78

Extended Home Control Enable

0
= limited

1

= extended

[1]
A

E



If extended, there are 255 commands to the home control command set. If limited, there are 32 commands to the home
control command set.

Option 0
= Limited Home Control (32 Events)

Option 1
= Extended Home Control (255 Events)

In addition, location 1

70
and 1

79
must be enabled.

UL

HOME CONTROL AUTOMATION IS NOT PERMITTED IN UL INSTALLATIONS.


1

79

Home Control Events

0
= disable

1

= enable

[00000]

A

E
Alarm
E
A

A

E
Trbl
E
A

A

E
Byp
E
A

A

E
O/C
E
A

A

E
Syst
E


Enabled:
Select the type of events (status reports) transmitted via the RS232 output (TB4 or VT
-SERCBL).

NOTE:
These reports are only transmitted if field 1

78 = 1 to enable extended events.

UL

HOME CONTROL AUTOMATION IS NOT PERMITTED IN UL INSTALLATIONS.


1

80

Log Faults & Restores

0
= disable

1

= enable

[1]
A

E



Enabled:
Automatically transfers zone fault data to the RS232 output (TB4 or VT
-SERCBL).


05 System Events Notify must be enabled.

UL

HOME CONTROL AUTOMATION IS NOT PERMITTED IN UL INSTALLATIONS.


1

88

Keypad Lockout

0
= disable

1

= enable

[1]
A

E


When a user presses 30 numeric keys (0
-9) within a 15
-minute window and a valid command is not executed, the system stops
processing additional numeric key presses for 15 minutes.

Any numerical key press during the lockout generates a long beep. In a partitioned system, keypads changed to a locked out partition
(GOTO command) will be locked out in that partition for the duration of that partition’s lock out period.

However, a report is only transmitted to the Central Station if the “Keypad Lockout Report” is programmed in System Group 4 report
codes.

When a 15
-minute lockout window occurs, a message (Event 461 “Wrong Code Entry”) is transmitted to the Central Station and
entered into the Event Log. When the 15
-minute lockout window expires, a Restore messag
e is sent to the Central Station and entered
into the Event Log.
NOTES
:

The Restore message is only logged when Field 1*88 is set to enable (defaulted enabled).


Applies to all keypads.


Wireless keys will work during a keypad lockout, Duress will not opera
te during a lockout


If an Alarm occurs, or entry time begins the panel will reset keypad lockout.

Keypad Displays:

Alpha keypad display:
User Code Error

Keys 0
-9 Locked


The display is cleared when the time expires or the lockout is terminated by either an
Alarm occurring or Entry Time beginning.



Power cycl
ing

of the panel will clear this, and normal keypad operation

resumes
.

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FIELD

TITLE and DATA ENTRIES

Default Values

2

00

Number of Partitions

Enter
1-8
.
[1]
A

E



Enter the number of partitions used in the system.
2

01

Daylight Saving Time Start/End Month

0
= disable

1

= enable

[03, 11]
A
|
E
AA
|
E


Enter the months (
00
-12)
in which daylight saving time starts and ends.
Enter
00, 00

if daylight saving time does not apply to the user’s region.

Standard setting for U.S. is 03,11.

2

02

Daylight Saving Time Start/End Weekend

0
= disable

1
= enable
[2, 1
]
A

E
Start
E
A

A

E
End
E


Enter the start and end weekends for daylight saving time as follows:

1 = First

2 = Second

3 = Third

4 = Fourth

5 = Last

6 = Next to last

7 = Third from
last

Standard setting for U.S. is 2
, 1
.
2

03

ULC S304 Enable

0
= disable

1 = enable

[0]
A

E



Enabled:




A 2
-minute stabilization upon power up –
(zones scanning will be disabled when the panel is powered up for 2
minutes).



Previous reporting will be enabled
:
NOTE:
If there is a phone line (or radio) failure and the panel has exhausted its maximum attempts to send

reporting events to the central station, the panel will hold the messages in a buffer and resend upon restoral

of the
communicatio
n path.
In addition, old messages that are sent will indicate that they are not current

messages so that the central station does not dispatch on them.
In order to accomplish this, an event

qualifier of “6” will be sent in place of the “1” or “3” chara
cter in the message. The “6” indicates that the

message is old.
Events will be
sent in chronological order and will be time
-stamped in the system’s event log
.




Attempting to arm when there is a faulted burglary zone will cause a 4
-second long tone
.
ULC

THE ULC S304 ENABLE MUST BE SET TO “1” (ENABLED) FOR ULC INSTALLATIONS.



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Scheduling Programing Fields

Fields 2

05
- 2

11 are required to program Open (Disarm) and Closing (Arming) schedules.

The control can auto arm
/disarm
at a predetermined time using Open/Close or Timed Events Schedules. Refer to the
Installation and Setup Guide

for detailed information.

FIELD

TITLE and DATA ENTRIES

Default Values

2

05

Auto
-Arm Delay
(partition
-specific)

00

= no delay.

01-14

times 4 minutes (04
-56) delay.

15

= no auto arming.

[15]
A
|
E


This is the time between the end of the arming window and the start of auto
-arm warning time (field 2

06).

UL

MUST BE SET TO 0 FOR UL INSTALLATIONS


2

06

Auto
-Arm Warning Period

(partition
-specific)

01-15

times 1
-minute warning.
00

= no warning period.

[15]
A
|
E


This is the time that the user is warned by a keypad sounding and display to exit the premises prior to auto arming of the
system.
UL

MUST BE SET TO 0 FOR UL INSTALLATIONS


2

07

Auto
-Disarm Delay

(partition
-specific)

00

= no delay.

01-14

times 4 minutes (04
-56) delay.

15

= no auto disarming.

[15]
A
|
E


This is the time between the end of the disarming window and the start of auto disarming of the system.
UL

MUST BE SET TO 0 FOR UL INSTALLATIONS


2

08

Force Arm Enable for Auto
-Arm
(partition
-specific)

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0]
A

E



Enabled:
System automatically bypasses any faulted zones when it attempts to auto
-arm.

Disabled:
System will not auto
-arm
if zone is faulted
.
ULC

FORCE ARMING IS NOT A ULC LISTED FEATURE AND MUST BE DISABLED FOR ULC
INSTALLATIONS.


2

09

Open/Close Reports by Exception

(partition
-specific)

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0]
A

E



Enabled:
Open/Close reports
only
send
if
the openings/closings occur
outside
the arm and disarm windows.
NOTES:




Open reports are also suppressed during the closing window in order to prevent false alarms if the user arms the
system, then re
-enters the premises, for example to retrieve a forgotten item.



Openings and closings ar
e still recorded in the event log.

2

10

Allow Disarming Only During Arm/Disarm Windows

(partition
-specific)

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0]
A

E



Enabled:
Disarming of the system is allowed only during the arming/disarming windows, or if the system is in alarm (if
2

11 is
set to 1).
NOTE
S:


This applies
only
to Operator
-level users.
Installer, Master, and Manager
-level users can disarm the system at any
time.



Duress users behave the same way as Operator
-level users.

2

11

Allow Disarm Outside Window if Alarm Occurs

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0]
A

E



Enabled:
Allows the system to be disarmed outside the programmed disarm (opening) window if an alarm has occurred.

Otherwise disarming is allowed only during the disarm window.
Used only if field 2

10 is enabled.

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FIELD

TITLE and DATA ENTRIES

Default Values

2

18

Enable GOTO for this Partition

(partition
-specific)

0
= disable

1

= enable

[1]
A

E



Enabled:
Selected partition can be accessed from another partition’s keypad using the GOTO command.



User must be
programmed as a multi-
access user.



Press their code +

+ partition # to switch partitions.



Press their code +

+ 0 to switch back to the keypads home partition.


Time out after two minutes of no keypad activity.

2

19

Use Partition Descriptor

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0]
A

E



Enabled:
Normal keypad display will include a partition number and four
-digit descriptor.

2

22

Display Fire Alarms of Other Partitions
(partition
-
specific)

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0]
A

E



If enabled, allows fire alarms that occur on other partitions to be displayed at this partition’s keypad(s).
2

23

Display Burg, Panic and CO Alarms for Other Partitions

(partition
-specific)

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0]
A

E



If enabled, allows burglary, panic and CO alarms that occur on other partitions to be displayed at this partition’s keypad(s)
.
2

24

Display Troubles of Other Partitions
(partition
-specific)

0
= disable

1

= enable

[0]
A

E



If enabled, allows troubles that occur on other partitions to be displayed at this partition’s keypad(s).


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Defaults

Some fields are programmed for each partition (shown as shaded fields). If you are programming a multiple
-partition
system, see the
Partition
-Specific Fields
section for programming these fields.






FIELD

NAME

DEFAULT


00

Installer Code

4112


04

Enable Random Timers

00000000


05

System Events Notify

0

06

Quick Exit

1

09

Entry Delay #1

02


10

Exit Delay #1

04


11

Entry Delay #2

02


12

Exit Delay #2

08


SIA
DEFAULT

04


13

Alarm Sounder Duration

04


14

RS232 Input

0

15

Keyswitch Assignment

0

16

Confirmation of Arming Ding

0

17

AC Loss Keypad Sounding

0

19

Randomize AC Loss Report

0

20

VIP Module Phone Code

00, 11


21

Prevent Fire Timeout

0

22

Keypad Panic Enables

001


23

Multiple Alarms

1

24

Ignore Expansion Zone Tamper

0

26

Intelligent Test Reporting

0

27

Test Report Interval
0024


28

Power Up in Previous State

1

29

Quick Arm

1

30

Phone Line Cut Detection

0

31

PABX Access Code

Blank


32

Primary Subscriber Account #

15 15 15 15


33

Primary Phone #

Blank


34

Secondary Phone #

Blank


35

Download Phone #

Blank


36

Download ID # (CSID)

15 15 15 15
15 15 15 15

37

Download Command Enables

11011111


38

Prevent Zone XXX Bypass

000


39

Enable Open/Close Report for
Installer Code

1

40

Open/Close Report for Keyswitch

0

41

Normally Closed or EOLR (Zones
2-8)

0

42

Dial Tone Pause

0

44

Ring Detection Count

00


45

Primary Format

1

47

Secondary Format

1

51

Dual Reporting

0

FIELD

NAME

DEFAULT


56

Dynamic Signaling Delay
03


57

Dynamic Signaling Priority

0

58

LRR Central Station #1 Category
Enable

000000


59

LRR Central Station # Category
Enable

000000


79

Zone Type Restore Enables for
Zone Types 1
-8
00000000


80

For Types 9, 10, 14, and 16

0000


83

First Test Report Time

00 12 00


84

Swinger Suppression

01


85

Enable Dialer Reports for Panics
and Duress

0000


88

Abort Window

1

SIA
DEFAULT

2

89

Restore Report Timing

0

90

Secondary Subscriber Account #

15 15 15 15

1

07
Check or Troubles Display

0
1

11
Zone Bypass After Disarm

0000000

1

15
Cancel Verify

1
1

17
Lobby Partition

0
1

18
Affects Lobby

0
1

19
Arms Lobby

0
1

20
Exit Error Logic Enable

1
1

21
Exit Delay Reset

1
1

22
Cross
-Zoning Pair One

000, 000

1

23
Cross
-Zoning Pair Two

000, 000

1

24
Cross
-Zoning Pair
Three
000, 000

1

25
Cross
-Zoning Pair Four

000, 000

1

26
Panic Button or Speedkey

00, 00, 00, 00

1

28
RF Transmitter Low Battery Sound

0
1

29
RF Transmitter Battery Reporting

0
1

30
RF
Receiver
Check
-In Interval

06

1

31
RF Transmitter Check
-In
Interval

12

1

34
Comm. Split Reporting

0
1

35
Access Control Dialer Enables

000000

1

42
Call Waiting Defeat

0
1

43
Permanent Keypad Backlighting

0
1

44
Wireless Keypad Tamper Detection

0
1

45
Exit Delay Sounding

1
1

46
Auxiliary Output Mode

0
1

47
Chime On External Sirens

0
1

48
Wireless Keypad Assignment

0
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FIELD

NAME

DEFAULT

1

49
Suppress Transmitter Supervision
Sound

1
1

52
Send Cancel if Code + Off

1
1

53
Download Callback

0
1

55
International Date Format

0
1

56
AC 60/50 Hz Clock Speed

0
1

57
5800 RF Button Global Arm

0
1

58
5800 RF Button Force Arm

0
1

60
Zone 5 Audio Alarm Verification
0
1

70
Event Log Types

11111

1

71
12/24 Hour Time Stamp Format

0
1

72
Event Log Printer On-
Line

0
1

74
Relay Timeout XXX Minutes

000

1

75
Relay
Timeout YYY Seconds

000

1

76
Access Control Relay

00

1

77
Log First Maintenance Signal

0
1

78
Extended Home Control Enable

1
1

79
Home Control Events

00000

1

80
Log Faults and Restores

1
1

88
Keypad Lockout

1
2

00
Number of Partitions

1
2

01
Daylight Saving Time Start/End
Month

03, 11


FIELD

NAME

DEFAULT

2

02
Daylight Saving Time Start/End
Weekend

2, 1

2

03
ULC S304 Enable

0
2

05
Auto
-Arm Delay

15

2

06
Auto
-Arm Warning Period

15

2

07
Auto
-Disarm Delay

15

2

08
Enable Force Arm for Auto
-Arm

0
2

09
Open/Close Reports by Exception

0
2

10
Allow Disarming Only During
Arming/Disarming Time Windows

0
2

11
Allow Disarm Outside Window if
Alarm Occurs

0
2

18
Enable GoTo for this Partition

1
2

19
Use Partition Descriptors

0
2

22
Display
Fire Alarms of Other
Partitions

0
2

23
Display Burg, Panic and CO
Alarms of other Partitions

0
2

24
Display Troubles of Other
Partitions

0




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Partition
-Specific Fields

(Duplicate this page for each partition
in the installation.)

To program these fields
:
1. Press

91 to select a partition.

2. Enter a partition-
specific field number (ex.

09).

3. Make the required entry.

4. Repeat steps 1
-3 for each partition in the system.

PARTITION #____ PROGRAM FIELDS

1st Page Fields


06

QUICK EXIT


[1]
A

E



1=enable; 0=disable

Must be 0 for UL installati
ons.


09

ENTRY DELAY #1

[02]
A
|
E



00, 02-
15 times 15 seconds.

Maximum 03 for UL Listed installations.




10

EXIT DELAY #1

[04]
A
|
E



00, 02
-15 times 15 seconds.

Maximum 04 for UL Listed installations
.

11

ENTRY DELAY #2

[02]
A
|
E



00, 02-
15 times 15 seconds.

Maximum 03 for UL installations.

12

EXIT DELAY #2

[08]
A
|
E



00, 02
-15 times 15 seconds.

Maximum 04 for UL installations.



13

ALARM SOUNDER DURATION

[04]
A
|
E



01-
15 times 2 minutes.

Must be minimum 16 minutes for UL installations.




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CONFIRMATION OF ARMING DING

[0]
A

E



1=enable; 0=disable.

NOTE: If using a keyfob, when the button is pressed,
either for arming or disarming, the bell wil
l ding indicating
that the button is working.

Must be "1" for UL installations.


22

KEYPAD PANIC ENABLES

[111]
A

E

AA

E

AA

E



1=enable; 0=disable

995 996 999


23

MULTIPLE ALARMS

[1]
A

E



1=yes;
0=no.


Must be 1 for UL installations.


(Option not displayed in SIA, always enabled.)


29

QUICK ARM

[1]
A

E



1=yes; 0=no

32

PRIM. SUBS. ACCT #

A
|
E

AA
|
E

AA
|
E

AA
|
E

AA
|
E

AA
|
E

AA
|
E

AA
|
E

AA
|
E

AA
|
E



Enter 00
-09; B
-F (11
-15) [15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15]



38

PREVENT ZONE XXX BYPASS

[000]
A
| |
E



001-
250; 000 if all zones can be bypassed


39

ENABLE OPEN/CLOSE REPORT

[1]
A

E




FOR INSTALLER CODE


1=enable; 0=disable


84

SWINGER SUPPRESSION

[01]
A
|
E



01-
14 alarms;


Must be "00" (disabled) for UL installations
.

NOTE:

For SIA only options 01
through 0
6 are available.



85

ENABLE DIALER REPORTS FOR PANICS & DURESS


1=enable; [0=disable]

A

E
995
E
AA

E
996
E
AA

E
999
E
AA

E
Duress
E


88

BURG. ALARM COMM. DELAY

[1]
A

E



1=30 seconds; 0=no delay.

Must be "0" for UL installations.



90

SEC. SUBS. ACCT #

A
|
E

AA
|
E

AA
|
E

AA
|
E

AA
|
E

AA
|
E

AA
|
E

AA
|
E

AA
|
E

AA
|
E



Enter 00
-09; B
-F (11
-15) [15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15]

2nd Page Fields

1

18

AFFECTS LOBBY

[0]
A

E



Enter 1 if this partition affects the common lobby; enter 0
if it does not.

1

19
ARMS LOBBY

[0]
A

E



Enter 1 if arming this partition attempts to arm lobby;
enter 0 if it does not

1

26
PANIC BUTTON OR SPEEDKEY


[00, 00, 00, 00]
A
|
E
A
E
A

A
|
E
B
E
A

A
|
E
C
E
A

A
|
E
D
E


Enter speedkey macro # (01
-32) to use keys A
-C for
macro. Otherwise enter 00 to use as panic. For D key,
enter macro # or 00 to select macro when key is pressed.

1

43
PERM. KEYPAD BACKLIGHT

[0]
A

E



1=enable; 0=disable;
When disabled
the
display lights
when any key is pressed, and turns off after period of
keypad inactivity.

NOTE:

This field affects only standard keypads, not

graphic
/touch
-screen
keypads.

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1

45

EXIT DELAY SOUNDING

[1]
A

E



1=enable; 0=disable;
Produces quick beeping during exit
delay if enabled.


NOTE:

Must be “1” for UL/ULC installations.


NOTE:
See page 32, “SOUND OPTION”, prompt for

disabling the entry/exit beeps on individual

keypads.



(Option not displayed in SIA, always enabled.)

1

47

CHIME ON EXT. SIREN


[0]
A

E



1=enable; 0=disable
1

52

SEND CANCEL IF ALARM + OFF

[1]
A

E



1=no restriction; 0=within Bell Timeout period only


1

76

ACCESS CONTROL RELAY
BY PART
.[00]
A
|
E


Relay will be pulsed for 2 seconds whenever code + [0] is
pressed. Enter 00
-96; 00=none.

Must be "00" for UL installations.

3rd Page Fields

2

05
AUTO
-ARM DELAY

[15]
A
|
E



Enter the time between the end of the arming window and
the start of auto
-arming warning period, in values of 1
-14
times 4 minutes 00=instant; [15=no auto arm at all]. When
this delay expires, the Auto
-Arm Warning Period begins.
2

06
AUTO
-ARM WARNING PERIOD

[15]
A
|
E



This is the time during which the
user is

warned to exit the
premises prior to the auto
-arming of the system (beeps
every 15 seconds; "ALERT" displayed). Enter 01
-15
minutes. 00=instant at end of arming delay.

2

07
AUTO
-DISARM DELAY

[15]
A
|
E



This is the time between the end of the disarming window
and the start of auto
-disarming. Enter 01
-14 times 4
minutes; 00=instant at end of window; 15=no auto
-disarm

2

08
ENABLE FORCE ARM FOR AUTO
-ARM

[0]
A

E



0=disable; 1=enable

2

09
OPEN/CLOSE REPORTS BY EXCEPTION

[0]
A

E



1=enable; 0=disable;
If enabled only openings and
closings occurring outside the scheduled opening/closing
windows will trigger dialer reports. Opening reports will
also be suppressed during the closing window, in order to
prevent false r
eports when the user arms the system and
then re
-enters the premises to retrieve a forgotten item.

2

10
ALLOW

DISARMING

ONLY

DURING


[0]

A

E



ARMING/DISARMING

WINDOWS


See system
-wide field 2

11 if enabling field 2

10. This
feature adds high security to the installation.


0=disable; 1=enable
2

18

ENABLE GOTO FOR THIS PARTITION

[1]
A

E



1=Allow log
-on from other partitions; 0=disable

2

22
DISPLAY FIRE ALARMS OF

[0]
A

E



OTHER PARTITIONS


0=No; 1=Yes

2

23
DISPLAY BURG
, PANIC
AND CO

[0]
A

E



ALARMS

OF
OTHER PARTITIONS


0=No; 1=Yes

2

24
DISPLAY TROUBLES OF OTHER

[0]
A

E



PARTITIONS


0=No; 1=Yes

SUMMARY OF PROGRAMMING COMMANDS


To enter program mode,
enter installer code + [8] + [0]
+ [0] + [0]

To set standard defaults,
press

97


To change to next page of program fields,
press

94


To return to previous set of fields,
press

99


To erase account and phone number field entries,
press [

] + field number + [

]

To assign zone descriptors,
pre
ss #93 + follow menu
prompts


To add custom words,
press #93 + follow menu
prompts


To enter Installer's Message,
press #93 + follow menu
prompts


To exit program mode
,
enter


99 OR

98:


99 allows
re-access to programming mode by installer code.

98
prevents re-
access to programming mode by installer
code. Note that if local programming lockout is set via
downloading, programming mode cannot be entered at
the keypad. In the event that local programming is
required after the lock
-out, setting the loca
tion in
Compass will open a 24
-hour window for programming
when the Master code + #65
-command is entered. The
24-
hour window counts down and then locks out local
programming until the next Master code + #65
-
command is entered.



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Programming With #93 Menu Mode

Verify the following programming is preset before continuing:



One partition is programmed by default. If multiple partitions are desired, filed 2

00 must be configured
.


If programming wireless transmitters, all wireless receivers
must be
programmed
(see
“Device
Programming
”)

and wired to the ECP Bus (see
“Installation and Setup Guide”
).
Syntax

After programming all system related programming fields
:
1.

Press #93 to display the first choice of the menu driven programming functions.

2.

Press 0 (NO) or 1 (YES) in response to the displayed menu selection. (
Pressing 0 will display the next choice in
sequence.
)

NOTE:
All references in this manual for number of zo
nes, number of user codes, number of access cards, and the

event log capacity, use the VISTA
-250BPT
’s features. See page 1
-2 of this manual for the table listing the

differences between the
VISTA
-128BPT
and the VISTA
-250BPT
control panels.


U
L

For UL installations, verify that the audio alarm verification feature is disabled.

#93 MENU MODE KEY COMMANDS

The following is a list of commands used while in the menu mode.

#93

Enters Menu mode

[

]

Serves as ENTER key. Press to have keypad accept entry
and move forward
.
[#]

Backs up to previous screen.

0

Press to answer NO

1

Press to answer YES

001
-
009

All data entries are either 2
-
digit or 3
-
digit entries.

000

Exits menu mode, back into field programming mode, when entered at the first question
for each category.

Menu selections are as follows:

PROMPT

EXPLANATION



ZONE PROG?
1 = YES 0 = NO

0
For programming the following:


Zone Number



Zone Response Type



Partition Number for Zone



Dialer report code for zone



Input Device Type for zone (whether RF, polling loop, etc.)



Enrolling serial numbers of 5800 Series transmitters & serial polling loop devices into the system.


Zone Attributes (e.g., Arm w/Fault, Silent, etc.)


EXPERT MODE?
1 = YES 0 = NO

0
Same as Zone Programming except:



Done with a minimum number of keystrokes.


Can program wireless keys using pre
-defined templates.

NOTE:

Some of the zone attributes cannot be programmed in the Expert Mode, only in Zone

Programming.

REPORT CODE PROG?
1 = YES 0 = NO

0
For
programming the following:


Alarm report codes for zones



Restore & Trouble
codes



All other system report codes


ALPHA PROG?

1 = YES 0 = NO

0
For entering alpha descriptors for the following:



Zone Descriptors



Installer's Message



Custom Words



Partition Descriptors



Relay Descriptors


DEVICE PROG?

1 = YES 0 = NO

0
For defining the following device characteristics for addressable devices, including keypads, RF receivers
(5881), output relay modules (
4204)
, and
ECP
Communications Device
.


Device Address



Device Type



Keypad Options (incl. partition assignment)



RF House ID



ECP Communicator
Options (incl. programming
communications device
)


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SECTION 3: DATA FIELD DESCRIPTIONS

PROMPT

EXPLANATION

OUTPUT PGM?

1 = YES 0 = NO

0
For defining output relay functions.


RLY
VOICE DESCR?
1 = YES 0 = NO

0
Not Used
.


CUSTOM INDEX ?

1 = YES 0 = NO

0
Not Used
.


ACCESS POINT PGM

1 = YES 0 = NO

0
For defining the parameters for each of the VistaKey access points, including which group(s) have
access
to an
access point (door). See the
VistaKey-
SK Installation and Setup Guide
for the detailed
programming instructions.


ACCESS GRP PGM

1 = YES 0 = NO

0
For defining the capabilities (privileges) for each group of users. See the
VistaKey-
SK Installation
and
Setup Guide
for the detailed programming instructions.


EVENT/ACTION PGM

1 = YES 0 = NO

0
For defining events and time windows for an access group. See the
VistaKey
-SK Installation and Setup
Guide
for the detailed programming instructions.


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Zone Programming


If using 5800 Series transmitters, do not the install batteries until you are ready to enroll them. After
enrolling the transmitter, the battery need not be removed
(except in a high traffic environment)
. This is

to prevent enrolling the wrong serial number.


PROMPT

EXPLANATION

ZONE PROG?
1 = YES 0 = NO

0
Press
1
to enter ZONE PROGRAMMING mode. The following screens appear. Press [

] to display the next
screen. Press # to display a previous screen.


SET
TO CONFIRM?

1 = YES 0 = NO

0
This prompt appears once upon entering Zone Programming Mode.
If “Yes,” Confirmation prompts will be displayed after the device’s Serial and Loop numbers have been
entered later.


ENTER ZONE NO.

000 = QUIT

010

Zone 010 entered


Enter the 3
-digit zone number to be programmed, as follows:


Protection Zones
....................................
001–
250


Relay Zones
..............................................
601–
632


ECP Device Supervisory Zones
......
800–
830


System Supervisory Zones
...............
970 (bell supervision), 988, 990 (RF receiver), 992 (duress), 997


(polling
loop
short
)


Keypad Panic Zones
............................
995, 996, 999

UL

WHEN SUPERVISING THE BELL OUTPUT (ZONE 970), ONLY ONE DEVICE CAN BE
CONNECTED TO THE ALARM OUTPUT (TERMINALS 4 AND 5) FOR UL AND FIRE
INSTALLATIONS.

Press [

] to continue.

010 ZT P RC I
n L

00 1 10 00 1

This display appears, showing a summary of the zone's current programming.



ZT
= Zone Type,


P
= Partition,



RC
= Report Code,



In
= The input type of device, and


L
= The device's loop number to which the sensor is connected.

NOTES:



Some devices can support more than one zone by means of individual loops (for example, 58
34-4,
5816, 5817, etc.).


If the zone is not programmed, the display appears as shown here.



If you are checking a zone's programming, and it is programmed satisfactorily, press [#] to back up
one step and enter another zone number, if desired.

Press [

] to continue.

010 ZONE TYPE

PERIMETER

03

Zone number 010 and
Zone Type 03 entry shown

† These are special zone

types used with 5800

Series Wireless Keys


Units that result in

arming the system in

the STAY or
AWAY

mode, or
disarming the

system, depending on

the selection made.

Each zone must be assigned a zone type, which defines the wa
y in which the system responds to faults
in that zone. Refer to the
Zone Type Definition

section. Enter the zone type desired (or change it, if
necessary). Available zone types are listed below.

NOTE:
If changing a zone type, make sure you delete the previous zone and reprogram the entire

zone.

00 = Assign for Unused Zones

12 =
Not Used

01 = Entry/Exit #1, Burglary

14 = CO Detector Alarm

02 = Entry/Exit #2, Burglary

16 = Fire With Verification

03 = Perimeter, Burglary

20 = Arm

STAY†

04 = Interior Follower, Burglary

21 = Arm AWAY†

05 = Trouble Day/Alarm Night

22 = Disarm†

06 = 24 Hr. Silent

Alarm

23 = No Alarm Response

(e.g., relay activation)

07 = 24 Hr. Audible

Alarm

27 = Access Point

08 = 24 Hr. Aux
iliary

28 = Not Used

09 = Fire

Without Verification

29 = Momentary Exit (used with VistaKey module)

10 = Interior Delay, Burglary


Press [

] to continue.



010 Arm w/ Fault?

1 = YES 0 = NO

0
If you selected response type 1, 2, 4, or 10
, this prompt appears.
Enter
1
=

to enable arming of the partition with this zone faulted.

NOTE:

The zone must be restored (see Force Arming, the next prompt) before the exit delay expires

otherwise the system starts the entry delay and must be disarmed, or an alarm occurs.




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PROMPT

EXPLANATION

010 Force Arming?

1 = YES 0 = NO

0
If you entered 1 (YES) at the previous prompt
, this prompt appears.
Enter
1
= to enable the system to automatically bypass the zone if it is faulted at the end of the exit


delay.

Enter
0
= Disable and the zone is faulted at the end of exit delay, the system either performs the exit

error logic, if field 1

20 is enabled, or an a
larm occurs.

UL

FORCE ARMING CANNOT BE ENABLED FOR UL INSTALLATIONS.

.
Press [

] to continue.


010 Vent zone ?

1 = YES 0 = NO

0
If you selected response type 3
, this prompt appears.

Enter
1
=

Enable the arming of the partition with this zone faulted (force arm). The zone is

automatically bypassed.

Enter
0
=

Disable.

NOTE:
The zone may be unbypassed simply by restoring the zone (e. g., closing the window), if the

Vent Re-
arm
option (next prom
pt) for the zone is enabled.

Press [

] to continue.


010 Vent Re
-arm ?
1 = YES 0 = NO

1
If you entered 1 (YES) at the previous prompt
, this prompt will appear.

Enter
1
= to enable the system to automatically unbypass the zone when it is restored (e.g., by closing

the window).

Enter
0
= Disable. The zone is bypassed for the duration of the armed period regardless of the zone

status.

Press [

] to continue.


010 STAY MODE

None

0
If you selected response type 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 10
, this prompt will appear.
Enter the STAY mode for this zone
(0
-2)
and enter one of the following options:

0
= None:
The zone is not bypassed when the partition is armed STAY.


NOTE:
Cannot be
selected for response types 4 and 10.

1
= Stay 1:
The zone is automatically bypassed when the user enters
[User Code]
+
[3]

(STAY) +
[1]
.

2
= Stay 2:
The zone is automatically bypassed when the user enters
[User Code]
+
[3]

(STAY) +
[2]
.

NOTES:


Response
types 4 and 10 are defaulted for STAY mode 1.



If the user enters
[User Code]
+
[3]
(STAY) +
[3]
, all zones assigned to Stay mode 1 and 2 in
the partition are automatically bypassed.



If none of the zones in the partition are assigned to Stay mode 2, then when the user enters
[User Code]
+
[3]

(STAY), all zones assigned to Stay mode 1 are automatically bypassed.

Press [

] to continue.


010 Auto
-stay ?

1 = YES 0 = NO

0
If you selected response type 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 10
, this prompt will appear.
Enter
1
= The zone is automatically bypassed if none of the entry/exit zones are opened during the

exit delay time (no one exits the premises).

Enter
0
= Disable.

NOTES
:



All zones enabled for auto
-stay
(except types 3 and 5
), have
an
exit delay time when the
partition is armed.


If auto
-stay is enabled, make sure at least one zone is programmed for entry/exit in the
same partition
otherwise this zone will be automatically bypassed every time the partition
is armed.

Press [

] to continue.


010 Silent ?

1 = YES 0 = NO

1
If you selected response type 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 10
, this prompt will appear.
Enter
1
= The zone follows all the selected response type’s characteristics, except in the alarm

condition, the alarm output and the keypad sounder do not sound and the keypad does not

display the alarm condition.
Enter
0
= Disable.

Press [

] to continue.


010 Bypass Group

01-
15
01

If you selected response type 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 10
, this prompt will appear.
Enter the bypass group for the zone
(01–
15)
. This enables the user to bypass a group of zones by
entering
[User Code]

+
[6]

(Bypass) +
[

]
+
[Group No.]
(01
-15).

Enter
00

for None.

Press [

] to continue.

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PROMPT

EXPLANATION

010 ACCESS POINT
(00
-15
)
01
If response type 27, or 29 was selected
, this prompt will be displayed.
Enter the access point to be controlled by the input type
(00
-15
for type 27; 01
-15 for type 29)
.

NOTE:

If you are using the VistaKey module, the access point must match the address that was set in

the module.

Press [

] to continue.


010 ENTRY OR EXIT

0

If response type 27, or 29 was selected
, this prompt will be displayed.
Enter whether the access point is an entry or exit point.
0
= entry;
1
= exit

Press [

] to continue.


010 Partition


1

Enter the partition number
(1
–8)
you are assigning this zone to
(2

00 must be enabled if using
multiple partitions)
.
Press [

] to continue.


010 REPORT CODE

1st 03 2nd 12
3C

Enter the report code.
The report code consists of 2 hexadecimal digits, each consists

of 2 numerical digits. For example, for a
report code of "3C," enter
03

for "3" and
12

for "C."
(Refer to the
System Communication
section in the
Installation and Setup Guide
for more information
about report codes and reporting formats.)

Press [

] to continue.

010 ABORT WINDOW

1 = YES

0 = NO

1
0 =
No abort window; 1 = yes, use abort window according to field

88.

ONL
Y A FEATURE OF THE SIA CONTROLS.


010 SWINGER SUP?

1 = YES

0 = NO

1
0
= No suppression.

1
= Yes, suppress alarms according to field *84 selection.

ONLY A FEATURE OF THE SIA CONTROLS.


010 INPUT TYPE

RF Xmitter

3
Input types 4 & 5 are
valid for certain 5800
Series transmitters only.

If using input type 02
with a door/window type
transmitter, only loop 1
may be used.

If you selected response
type 29 the input type
MUST be 00.

Enter the
input device type as follows:

00 = Not Used

07 = DIP switch
-type polling loop device
01 =
H
ardwired

08 =
R
ight loop of DIP switch type device

02 = RF motion (RM type)

09 = K
eypad input (code + #73)

03 = S
upervised RF transmitter (RF type)

10 = Not Used

04 = U
nsupervised RF transmitter (UR type)

11 = VistaKey Door Status Monitor (DM)

05 = RF button
-type transmitter (BR type)

12 = VistaKey Request to Exit (RE)

06 =
S
erial number polling loop device (SL type)

13 = VistaKey General Purpose (GP)

NOTE:

Input types 11 (DM), 12 (RE), and 13 (GP) should only be used with VistaKey modules.
Press [

] to continue.



010 SMART CONTACT

1 = YES

0 = NO 0
If input type 3 or 6 was selected, this prompt will be displayed.
Enter
1
= For devices that monitor maintenance signals (ex. 5193SD, 5193SDT) or can be used to

limit fault signals in the disarmed state (ex. IS2500SN).

Enter
0
=

Disabled

NOTES:




The Smart Contact option must ONLY be selected for devices that support the feature, otherwise
unpredictable results may occur.



If using the new 5193SD/SDT V
-Plex smoke detectors
, the "Smart" option must be selected in
zone
programming
. If not, unpredictable
results may occur if the smoke goes into a High Sens or
Low Sens condition.


010 ANTI MASK

1 = YES

0 = NO 0
If zone type is 04 (interior) or 10 (interior with delay)
and
input type 06 (serial poll) is selected
, this
prompt
displays
.
If enabled the device, such as a DT7500SN, supporting the Anti
-Mask processing reacts if someone
covers, paints, or otherwise blocks the lens of the PIR from seeing it’s field of view.

The control processes this message as a special “anti
-mask” trouble, including rapid trouble beeping.
The control displays MASKED
with the zone number on the keypad, and a trouble on the zone is sent
to the central station, if programmed. This feature is enabled by a dip switch on the DT7500SN,
otherwise refer to the installation instructions of the device.

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PROMPT

EXPLANATION

001 Tamper Option

none

0
If you selected input type 1, 6, 7, or 8,
this prompt displays.
If the zone has a tamper switch wired in the loop in addition to a sensor c
ontact, enter the tamper
option

Enter
1
= The tamper switch is normally closed (wired in
series) with the EOL resistor
. A short

causes a trouble and a short causes a fault.

Enter
2
= The tamper switch is normally open (wired in parallel) with the EOL res
istor
. An open

causes
a trouble.

Enter
0
= The t
amper switc
h is not being used in the lo
op

NOTE:
Does not apply when the control is Armed and cannot be used with 24 hour zone types or

zone type 05 (it will have no effect).


010 V
-PLEX RELAY?

1 = YES 0 = NO

If you select input type 6
, this prompt displays
.
Enter
1
= U
sing a 41
01SN
Relay Module for this zone

Enter
0
= NOT using a 4101SN
for this zone

Press [

] to continue.


010 CONS ECP ADDR

(00
-30)

01

If you select input type 09
, this prompt displays
.
Enter the ECP address of the keypad that is being used for entry/exit for this access point
(00
-30)
.
Press [

] to continue.


010 ACCESS POINT
(01
-15)

01
If you select input types 06, or 11 –
13
, this prompt
display
s.
Enter the access point
(01-
15)
to
be controlled by the input type.

NOTE
S:


For input type 06, the selected address must be 00.



If you are using the VistaKey module, the access point must match the address that was set in the
module.

Press [

] to continue.


010 INPUT S/N:

L

AXXX-
XXXX 1

For Serial Number entry and Loop Number entry, do one of the following:

a. Transmit two open and close (or close and open) sequences. For a button
-type transmitter, press
and release the button, wait approximately 4 seconds, then press and release the button a second
time.
b. Manually enter the 7
-digit serial number printed on a label on the transmitter, using the Alpha
keypad. Then press the [

] key, the cursor moves to the “L” position. You can edit the loop number, if
necessary. When the loo
p number is acceptable, press [

].
c. Press key [C] to copy the last serial number enrolled (used when programming a
transmitter with several input loops).

Press [

] to accept.


010 INPUT S/N:

L

A022-
4064 1
The cursor moves
to the Loop column (L) with the previously entered/transmitted serial number
displayed.

Enter the loop number (refer to 5800 Series Transmitters Loop Designations below).

To Delete an Existing Serial Number,
enter “
0
” for
the loop number field. The seria
l number will change
to “0”s.

If “0” was entered in error, simply re
-enter the loop number or press [#], and the serial number will return
to the display.
Press [

] to accept.


010 INPUT S/N:

L

A022-
4064 1
The system will then check for a
duplicate serial/loop number combination.



If a duplicate serial/loop number combination is found, the keypad will emit a single long beep, and
display the serial number along with a “?” for the loop number, allowing you to re
-enter the correct
loop number.



If the serial/loop number combination is not a duplicate in the system, a display appears showing
the serial number and loop number entry.

Press [

] to continue.




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5800 Series Transmitters Loop Designations



PROMPT

EXPLANATION


XMIT TO CONFIRM

PRESS

TO SKIP

Confirmation Option:
This prompt only appears if you answered “Yes” at the prompt “Set to Confirm”
.
The system enters a confirmation mode so that the operation of the actual programmed input can be
confirmed.

Activate the loop input or button that corresponds to this zone. At any time during this step, you may
press the [

] key on the keypad to save the serial and loop number combination without confirming.


Entd

A022-
4063 1
Rcvd

A022-
4064

If the serial number transmitted does not
match the serial number entered
, a display similar to the
one at the left appears.
If the loop number does not match, it is also displayed.

If so, activate the loop input or button on the transmitter once again. If a match is not obtained (i.e.,
summary display does not appear), press the [#] key twice and then enter or transmit the correct serial
number.


010 ZT P RC I
n L

03 1 3C RF 1s

If the serial number transmitted does
match the serial number entered, the system beeps 3 times and
a summary display appears, showing that zone’s programming.
NOTE:

that an “s” indicates that a transmitter’s serial number has been enrolled.

Press [

] to accept the zone information.

ENTER ZONE NO.

000 = QUIT

011

The system returns to the “ENTER ZONE NO.” prompt for the next zone.

When all zones have been programmed, enter “000” to quit
.

After you have enrolled each wireless device, remove ONE of the serial number labels from that device and affix it in
the appropriate column on the worksheets provided later in this
Programming Guide
; then enter the other
information (zone number, zone typ
e, etc.) relevant to that device.



When you have finished programming all zones, test each using the system's Test Mode.
Do not use
the Transmitter ID Sniffer Mode. The system checks only for transmission of one zone on a particular
transmitter, NOT the zones assigned to each additional loop, and also does not verify polling loop type
zones.

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Expert Mode Zone Programming

Expert mode allows you to program zones using the minimum number of screens and keystrokes.



Expert Mode Zone Programming does not provide the capability to program some of the zone’s
attributes, such as Arm w/Fault, Vent Zone, STAY mode, Auto
-STAY, Bypass Group, etc. If you want to
program a zone for any of these attributes, you must use Zone Programming.


Enter the Programming mode with
[Installer Code] + 8 0 0 0

Before programming your zones, do the following:

1.

Program field
2

00:

Number of Partitions
.
2.

Enable your RF Receiver in
Device Programming
menu mode.

To program your zones, press #
93 to display the "ZONE PROG?" prompt. Enter “0” (NO) to each prompt until the “EXPERT
MODE?” prompt appears.

PROMPT

EXPLANATION

EXPERT MODE?
1 = YES 0 = NO

0
Press
1
to enter Expert mode.



SET TO CONFIRM?

0 = NO 1 = YES 0

This prompt appears once upon entering Expert Mode.

If you select “Yes,” Confirmation prompts will be displayed after the device’s Serial and Loop numbers
have been entered later.


Zn ZT P RC In

L

001 03 1 10 HW
-

A summary display appears, showing zone 001’s current programming or default values.
The curser
flashes under Zn.

Zn ZT P RC In


L
010 03 1 10 RF 1s

Enter the desired 3
-digit zone number and press [

].
NOTE:
If you want to exit the Expert mode, enter “000” + [

].
If an “s” appears after the loop number, it indicates that the transmitter’s serial number has been
enrolled.

Use the [D] key to enter and duplicate wireless keys

(see “Entering Wireless Keys” later)


Zn ZT P RC In L

010 03 1 10 RF
-

Enter all zone information except for Loop number, or press “C” to copy the zone information on this
screen from the last saved zone (including Loop).
ZT
= Zone Type

P

= Partition
RC
= Report Code

In
= Input Device Type

L

= Loop number to which the sensor is connected.


NOTE:
Pressing the [C] copies the zone information from the last saved zone which includes the

input type. Verify this information is correct for this zone.

On this screen:



Use the [A] key to move to the right.


Use the [B] key to move to left and to back up to “ZT” field.

Press [

] to accept the existing or newly
-entered zone information.


ZN B M V A C E AD

010



1 0 1
1 01

Enter the
remainder of the zone’s information, or press the [C] key to copy the zone attributes on this
screen from the last saved zone.

B

= Not Applicable
M
= Not Applicable
V

= V-Plex Relay? (only used if “In” = 6)


AC
= Access Point (only used if ZT = 27, 29 or In = 6,


11, 12, 13)

E

= Entry or Exit? (only used if ZT = 27)

AD
= Address (only used if “In” = 9)

If “In” = 9, enter the Device Address

NOTE:
Pressing the [C] copies the zone attributes from the last saved zone. Verify the attributes

for
this zone are correct.

On this screen:



Use the [A] key to move to the right.


Use the [B] key to move to left and to back up to “V” field.

Press [

] to accept e
xisting information.


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PROMPT

EXPLANATION

010 INPUT S/N: L

A
XXX-
XXXX
-

If you entered RM, RF, BR, UR or SL for the Input Type, this screen displays. Otherwise the summary
screen for the next zone displays.

Enter the 7
-digit
serial number, using one of the following methods:
a. Transmit two open and close (or close and open) sequences. For a wireless key
transmitter, press
and release the button, wait approximately 4 seconds, then press and release the button a second
time.

OR
b. Manually enter the 7
-digit serial number printed on a label on the transmitter, using the alpha
keypad. Then press the [

] key, the cursor will move to the “L” position. You can edit the loop
number, if necessary. When the loop number is acceptable, press [

].

OR

c. Press key [C] to copy the last serial number enrolled (used when programming a transmitter with
several input loops).

Remember, the [A] key to move to the right, the [B] key to move to the left
and, the [#] key to back up
without saving.


010 INPUT S/N:

L

A022-
4064

1
Press [

] to accept the serial number and advance to the “L” position (if method “a” or “c” was used), then
enter the loop number.



If necessary, press the [#] key to back up without saving, and re
-enter or edit the serial number
before pressing [

] to save
.


The system checks for a duplicate. If a duplicate serial/loop number combination is found, the
keypad will emit a single long beep, and display the serial number along with a “?” for the loop
number, allowing you
to re
-
enter the correct loop number.


010 INPUT S/N:

L

A000-
0000

1
To Delete an Existing Serial Number
, enter “
0
” in the loop number field.



The se
rial number will change to “0”s, pressing [

] erases the serial number and returns an AXXX
-
XXXX,
indicating it’s ready to enroll the new serial number.


If “0” was entered in error, simply re
-enter the loop number or press [#], and the serial number will
return to the display.


XMIT TO CONFIRM

PRESS

TO SKIP

The prompt to confirm appears. This prompt
only appears if you answered “Yes” at the “SET TO
CONFIRM?” prompt.



The system enters a confirmation mode so that the operation of the actual programmed input can
be confirmed.



Activate the loop input or button that corresponds to this zone. At any time during this step, you
may press the [

] key on the keypad to save the serial and loop number combination without
confirming.


Entd

A022-
4063

1
Rcvd

A022-
4064


If the serial number transmitted does not
match the serial number entered
, a display similar to the
one at the left appears. If the loop number does not match, it also is displayed.



If so, activate the loop input or button on the transmitter once again. If a match is not obtained (i.e.,
summary display for the next zone does not appear), press the [#] key twice and then enter or
transmit the correct serial number.



Activate the button on the wireless key again after re
-entering the serial number.

Zn
ZT

P
RC

In
L
011
00

1
10

00
1
If the serial number transmitted matches
the serial number entered,
the system beeps 3 times and
advances to the summary display for the next zone's programming.
After all the zones have been programmed, enter
000

for the zone number to quit.

After you have enrolled each wireless device, remove ONE of the serial number labels from that device and affix it in
the appropriate column on the worksheets provided later in this
Programming Guide
; then enter the other
information (zone number, zone typ
e, etc.) relevant to that device.

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Entering Wireless Keys

If you pressed the D key previously to enter defaults for 5804 and/or 5804BD wireless keys, the following screens appear:

PROMPT

EXPLANATION

FROM TEMPLATE

1–6
1
Enter template number (1
–6).

5834
-
4


5804BD

Template 1

Loop

Function

ZT


Template 4

Loop

Function

ZT


1

No Response

23



1

No Response

23


2

Disarming

22



2

No Response

23


3

Arm AWAY

21



3

Arm AWAY

21


4

No Response

23



4

Disarming

22










Template 2

Loop

Function

ZT


Template 5

Loop

Function

ZT


1

No Response

23



1

No Response

23


2

Disarming

22



2

Arm STAY

20


3

Arm AWAY

21



3

Arm AWAY

21


4

Arm STAY

20



4

Disarming

22










Template 3

Loop

Function

ZT


Template 6

Loop

Function

ZT


1

24
-
Hour Panic

07



1

24
-
Hour Panic

07


2

Disarming

22



2

Arm STAY

20


3

Arm AWAY

21



3

Arm AWAY

21


4

Arm STAY

20



4

Disarming

22

Select from templates. Press [

] to display template (template 1 shown selected).
NOTE:

If necessary, press [#] to back up and re
-enter template number.

Press [#] if you want to return to zone attributes screen.


L 01 02 03 04
ZT 23 22 21 23 1

When you press [

], the selected template is displayed.

Top line of display represents loop numbers; bottom line represents zone type.

Press [

] to accept template.


PARTITION


1
Enter partition number for wireless key.

Press [

] to continue.


ENTER ZONE NO

000 = QUIT 024
Example of zone number
suggested by the system.
This indicates that zones
24, 25, 26, and 27 are
available.

The system searches for the highest available, consecutive 4
-zone group (the four zones required for
the 58
34-
4 and 5804BD), and displays the lowest zone number of the group.


If you want to start at a different zone number, enter the zone desired and press [

].


If that zone number is displayed, the system has the required number of consecutive zones
available, beginning with the zone you entered. If not, the system again displays a sugges
ted
zone that can be used.


If the required number of consecutive zones is not available at all, the system will display “000.”

Press [

] to accept.


024 INPUT S/N

L
AXXX-
XXXX

1
To enter the serial number:

Press and release a button on the wireless key.

OR

1.

Manually enter the 7
-digit serial number printed on the device’s label.

2.

Press [

] to accept serial number. The system checks for a duplicate.

3.

If a duplicate exists, a long error beep will sound and the serial number reverts to all “X”s allowing
you to re
-enter the serial number.

Use the [A] key to move forward within the screen, and the [B] key to back up.

XMIT TO CONFIRM

PRESS

TO SKIP

If you entered YES previously at the SET TO CONFIRM prompt (see first prompt following entry into the
Expert
Programming Mode
), the display on the left appears.

To confirm, activate the button on the wireless key that corresponds to this zone.


Entd

A022-
4063

Rcvd

A022-
4064

If the serial number transmitted does not
match the serial number entered
, a display similar to the
one at the left appears.

If so, activate the loop input or button on the transmitter once again. If a match is not obtained (i.e.,
summary display does not appear), press the [#] key and then enter the correct serial number.

Activate the button on the wireless key again after re
-entering the serial number.

ENTER ZONE NO

000 = QUIT

028

If the serial number transmitted matches
the serial number entered,
the system will beep 3 times and
revert to the "Start Zone No." prompt and will show the lowest numbered zone of the next available 4
-
zone group (4 consecutive zones) that is available for programming.

After all the wireless keys have been entered, enter
000

for the zone number to quit.

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Report Code Programming

All report codes are entered using
#93 Menu Mode Programming
, either through
Report Code Programming
, or through
Zone Programming

while entering other zone information. In the control
, reports are divided into six categories. These
categories represent the main menu options in
Report Code Programming
. Reports and the categories in which they are
found are as follows:
ALARM CODES


DEFAULT


RESTR, SUPV. CODES



DEFAULT


SYSTEM GROUP #1

DEFAULT

Zone Alarm Reports

Each zone is defaulted with a
preprogrammed report code in the
first
entry
. (Values are 00
-FF.)

IMPORTANT!

The first digit must be enabled
.
If not the zone does not report.

Alarm Restore

01

Trouble

01

Trouble Restore

01

Bypass

00

Bypass Restore


00


Closing (arm AWAY)

01

00

Opening (disarm)

01

00

System Low Battery

01

00

Low Battery Restore

01

00

AC Loss

01

00

AC Restore

01

00

Periodic Test

01

00

Power

00

00

Cancel

00

00

Program Tamper

00

00






SYSTEM GROUP #2

DEFAULT


SYSTEM GROUP #3



DEFAULT


SYSTEM GROUP #4

DEFAULT

Arm STAY


00

00

Time Set, Log Reset

00

00

Telco Trouble
00

00

Exit Error by Zone


00

00

Recent Close

00

00


Early Open

00

00

Early Close

00

00

Late Open

00

00

Late Close

00

00

Failed to Open

00

00

Failed to Close
00

00

Auto
-Arm Failed

00

00

Schedule Change

00

00


Walk
-Test Start

00

00

Walk
-Test End

00

00

Keypad Lockout

00

00



Programs in groups of 16 zones at a time.

∗∗
See
“Scheduling Options”
in the
“Installation and Setup Guide”
for more information
.

The programming sequence that follows assumes that you will be entering all reports for the system at one time. In
actuality, you may skip from one main menu option to another by pressing
0
(N) at each main menu option. To enter
report codes, do the foll
owing:

Enter Program Mode:
[Installer Code] + 8 0 0 0
. Then press
#93
. Enter
0
(N) at each main menu option until the
Report
Code Programming

option is displayed.

PROMPT

EXPLANATION

REPORT CODE PROG

1 = YES 0 = NO

0
Press 1 (Y) to enter to
Report
Code Programming
.
Zone Alarm Reports

PROMPT

EXPLANATION

ALARM, ID DIGIT?

1 = YES 0 = NO
0
Press
[1]

(Y) to enter Alarm Report Codes for zones. Press
[0]

(N) to skip to the next main menu option.

ENTER ZONE NO.

000 = QUIT

001

Enter the zone number for which you are entering the report code.
Press [

] to continue.


001 REPORT CODE
1st 00 2nd 00

00

Enter the first digit of the Alarm report code (double-
digit entry) and press [

]. Enter the 2nd digit of the
Alarm Report code.
Press [

] to continue.


ENTER ZONE NO.

000 = QUIT
001

Enter the zone number for which you are entering the report code. When all zone Alarm Codes have
been programmed, enter 000 to Quit.

Press [

] to continue.


QUIT REPORT MENU

1 = YES 0 = NO

0
If you have completely finished entering report codes, press
[1]

(Y) to quit
Report Code Programming
. If
you wish to enter other system report codes, enter
0
(N).

Press [

] to continue.

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Restore/Supervisory Codes

PROMPT

EXPLANATION

RESTR, SUPV. CODE

1 = YES 0 = NO

0
Press
[1]

(Y) to enter Restore and Supervisory Codes for zones.


ENTER ZN FOR GRP

000 = QUIT

001

Enter one zone for each group of 16 zones:

Zone Reports


ECP Supervision Reports


Supervisory Zones

001


016

129


144


800


815


970: Bell Supervision

017


032

145


160


8
16



830


988:
2
nd

Wireless Receiver

033
-

048

161


176


See Notes


990:
1
st

Wireless Receiver

049
-

064

177


192




992: Duress

065


080

193


208




997: Short on V
-
Plex® Loop

081


096

209


224





097


112

225


240





113


128

241


250





ECP Supervision Notes:
Connections are checked every 45 seconds, which provide the ability to report bad connections and
other supervisory events of ECP devices (see
Installation and Setup Guide
for troubleshooting steps).
Zones 800-
830, follow the device number, example is add
ress 03 will show zone 803 in trouble.
NOTES:



Supervision of the 800 zones are enabled by entering a zone type for that zone in Zone
Programming.



No matter what zone type is entered, the response is a 24hr Trouble with local (keypad) trouble
sounding and reports if trouble reporting is enabled for that group of zones.


The system reports/logs the supervisory/tamper restore as True Restore (See

89).

Partition Displays:

Check on System devices display as follows:


Relay board, ECP Communicator, etc. show only on partition one,


Check on a Keypad address will show only on the partition the keypad is assigned to



Check on Receivers will show on all partitions that have RF zones assigned.

Reports:



E333 Expander module
Failure (missing)



E341 Expander module Tamper (cover or base Tamper activated)




ALARM RESTORE

GRP 001-
016
00

Enter the first digit of the Alarm Restore Report Code for this group of zones (double-
digit entry). The
second digit (for two
-digit
reporting formats) is automatically the ID (second) digit of the Alarm Report
Code for each zone (if programmed).

Press [

] to continue.


TROUBLE

GRP 001-
016
00

Enter the first digit of the Trouble Report Code for this group of zones (double-
digit entry). The second
digit (for two
-digit reporting formats) is automatically the ID (second) digit of the Alarm Report Code for
each zone (if programmed).

Press [

] to continue.


TROUBLE RESTORE
GRP 001-
016
00

Enter the first digit of the trouble restore code (single-
digit entry) and press [

]. The second digit (for
two
-digit reporting formats) is automatically the ID (second) digit of the alarm report code for each zone
(if programmed).
Press [

] to continue.


BYPASS

GRP 001-
016
00

Enter the first digit of the Bypass Report Code (double
-digit entry) and press [

]. The second digit (for
two
-digit reporting formats) is automatically the ID (second) digit of the Alarm Report Code for each
zone (if programmed).

Press [

] to continue.


BYPASS RESTORE

GRP 001-
016
00

Enter the first digit of the Bypass Restore Report Code (double-
digit entry) and press [

]. The second
digit (for two
-digit reporting formats) is automatically the ID (second) digit of the Alarm Report Code for
each zone (if programmed).
Press [

] to continue.


ENTER ZN FOR GRP

000 = QUIT

017

Enter one zone for each group of 16 zones. When you are finished entering Restore and Supervisory
Codes for all zone groups, enter
000

and the control will prompt you to QUIT REPORT MENU.

Press [

] to continue.


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System Group #1 Codes

PROMPT

EXPLANATION


SYSTEM GROUP #1?

1 = YES 0 = NO 0

To enter System Group #1 codes, press
1
(Y).


CLOSE

1st 00 2nd 00
Enter the first digit of the Closing (Arm
-AWAY) report. Press [

]. Enter the second digit of the report. If
the user number is desired as the second digit, enter
01

(not necessary for Contact ID format).
Press [

] to continue.


Enter the rest of the codes in the same manner. Other report codes in System Group #1 are:



Opening (Disarm) Also, enable this if you desire Callback Requested report (the panel answers a
phone call from the downloader).



System Low Battery



Low Battery Restore



AC Loss



AC Restore



Periodic Test



Power
(sent when the panel powers up)

NOTE:

Upon a
total power failure, the control unit will ignore and not transmit alarm supervisory

information for a stabilization period of 60 seconds (120 seconds if 2

03 is enabled)
following

restoration of power.


Within 60 seconds at the end of the stabilization period, the control unit shall initiate the

transmission of a power restoration signal code. If this report code is enabled, this is the report

that will be sent.



Cancel

SIA:
Cannot be disabled.



Program Tamper

NOTE:
R
eports any time a CHANGE is made in programming, whether locally (keypad) or thru

the downloader. This message only sends if a change has been made and does NOT

send by entering and exiting program mode (with no change).

Once you have entered these repor
t codes, the system prompts you with the Quit menu.


System Group #2 Codes

PROMPT

EXPLANATION



SYSTEM GROUP #2 ?

1 = YES 0 = NO 0

To enter System Group #2 codes, press
[1]

(Y).


STAY

1st 00 2nd 00
Enter
the first digit of the Arm
-STAY report. Press [

]. Enter the second digit of the report. If the user
number is desired as the second digit, enter
01

(not necessary for Contact ID
format).

Press [

] to continue.



Enter the rest of the codes in the
same manner. Other codes in System Group #2 are:


Time Set, Log Reset



Telco Trouble



Exit Error by Zone




Recent Close

SIA:
Cannot be disabled.

Once you have entered these report codes, the system prompts you with the Quit menu.

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System Group #3 Codes

PROMPT

EXPLANATION


SYSTEM GROUP #3 ?

1 = YES 0 = NO 0

To enter System Group #3 codes, press
[1]

(Y).


EARLY OPEN

1st 00 2nd 00
Enter the first digit of the displayed reporting option
Code.
Press [

]. Enter the second digit of the report
code. If the user number is desired as the second digit, enter
01

(not necessary for Contact ID format)

Press [

] to continue.


Enter the rest of the codes in the same manner. Other codes in System Group #3 are:


Early Open:

NOTE:

Early Opening reports are sent if system is manually disarmed before opening window
begins
.

(Reports an E451)



Early Close


NOTE:

Early Closing reports are sent if manual arming occurs before the closing window begins
. (Reports an R451)



Late Open


NOTE:

Late Opening reports are sent if disarm occurs after the opening window expires (Reports an E452)



Late Close


NOTE:

Late Closing reports are sent if system is manually armed after the closing window expires.

(Reports an R452)



Failed to O
pen


NOTE:

Fail to Open reports are sent if manual disarming has not occurred at expiration of opening window.

(Reports an E453)



Failed to Close


NOTE:

Fail to Close reports are sent if manual arming has not occurred at expiration of closing

window. (Re
ports an R454)



Auto
-Arm Failed

NOTE:

Only occurs when force arm is enable
d;
occurs at the “End or Exit” time, when a zone is faulted
.

(Reports an E455)



Sch
edule Change

NOTE:
(Reports an E631, Exception Schedule Change; an E632, Access Schedule change.)

Once you have entered these report codes, the system prompts you with the Quit menu.


System Group #4 Codes

PROMPT

EXPLANATION

SYSTEM GROUP #4 ?

1 = YES 0 = NO 0

To enter System Group #4 codes, press
[1]

(YES).



WALK TEST START

1st 00 2nd 00
Enter the first digit of the Walk Test Start Report Code
(Sends an E607)
. Press
[

]
. Enter the second
digit of the report code.

Press
[

]
to continue.
Enter the rest of the codes in the same manner. The other code
in System Group #4
Walk
-Test
End

(Sends an R601)
.
Once you have entered these report codes, the system prompts you with the Quit menu.3

SIA:
Cannot be disabled.


WALK TEST END

1st 00 2nd 00
Enter the first digit of the Walk Test End
Report Code (Sends an R
60
1). Press
[

]
. Enter the second digit
of the report code.

Press
[

]
to continue.
Once you have entered these report codes, the system prompts you with the Quit menu.3

SIA:
Cannot be disabled.


KEYPAD LOCKOUT

1st 00 2nd 00
1
st
Digit: Enter a value other than 00

2
nd
Digit: Enter a value other than 00 (only if using a report format other than Contact ID).


QUIT MENU MODE?

1 = YES 0 = NO 0

Enter
1
to exit back to normal Programming mode. Enter
0
to stay in Menu mode.

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Alpha Descriptors Programming

You can program a user
-friendly English language description/location for all protection zones, relays, keypad panics,
polling loop short, and RF receiver supervision troubles.

Each description can be composed of a combination of
words (up to three
) that are selected from a vocabulary of 2
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words stored in memory, and any word can have an "s" or " 's " added to it.

NOTE:
Due to the use of 3
-digit zone numbers, the first word of the descriptor is limited to six
characters if you want it to

fit on the top line of the display.

In addition, up to 60 installer
-defined words can be added to those already in memory. Thus, when an alarm or trouble
occurs in a zone, an appropriate description for the location of that zone will be displayed at the keypad.

A custom installer's message can be programmed for each partition which is displayed when the system is "Ready" (e.g.,
HONEYWELL
).
1.

To program alpha descriptors, enter Programming mode, then press
#93

to display "ZONE PROG?"

2.

Press
[0]

(NO) t
hree times
to display "ALPHA PROG?

3.

Press
[1]

to enter
Alpha Programming

There are six
submenu selections that will be displayed one at a time.
Press
[1]

to select the mode desired.

Press
[0]

to display the next mode available. T
he alpha menu selections are:

Zone Descrip?

For entering zone descriptors.

Default Screen?
For
creating custom message; displayed when system is ready.

Custom Word?

For creating custom words for use in descriptors.

Part Descrip?

For creating 4
-character
partition names.

Exit Edit Mode?
Press
[1]

to exit back to #93 Menu Mode.

4. Refer to the sections that follow for procedures for adding alpha descriptors.

Zone Descriptors

PROMPT

EXPLANATION

ALPHA PROG.

?
1 = YES 0 = NO

To enter System Group #4 codes, press
[1]

(YES).



Zone Descrip.

?
1 = YES 0 = NO
0
Enter 1 to program zone descriptors.

[3]

Scrolls both alphabet and actual words in ascending alphabetical order; then numerical order

0-9.
[1]

Scrolls both alphabet and actual words in descending alphabetical order; then numerical order

9-0.
[2]

Adds or removes an "s" or " 's " to a vocabulary word. Press [2] once to program an “s”, press [2]

a second time to program an “ ‘s”.

[6]

Switches bet
ween alphabet and actual word list; used to accept entries.
[8]

Saves the entire zone description in the system's memory.

[#]

[#] plus zone number reviews the current description for that zone.

ZN ???

(000=QUIT)

Enter the THREE digit zone number.

Or

Enter [#] to view the zone descriptor.

CAUTION
: pressing

plus zone number will erase the current descriptor.



ZN 001
A

The keypad display the first letter on the top row keys perform the following functions:
NOTE:
That the first letter of the alphabet appears after the zone number, and that the zone number is

automatically included with the description.


ZN 001
FAMILY

ROOM DOOR

Enter [#] + the three digit word found in the “Alpha Descriptor Vocabulary”.
For
example: The descriptor we want for the zone 001 is “Family Room Door”.

1.

Press #
079, FAMILY displays.


NOTE:

The top line supports an eight character word.
2.

Press [6] to move the cursor to the bottom line.


NOTE:
The bottom line supports a maximum of 16 char
acters.

3.

Press #169, ROOM displays.

4.

Press [6] to move the cursor to the next word on the bottom line.
5.

Press #061, Door displays.

6.

Press [8] to save the word and return to the “Zone Entry Screen”. Press

000 to quit, or the next
zone to start the process ove
r.



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Default Screen (Custom Message Display)

Normally, when the system is in the disarmed state, the
following display is present on the keypad.

****DISARMED****

READY TO ARM

Part or the entire
above message can be modified to create a custom “
installer message
” (default home screen)
for each
partition. For example, “****DISARMED****” on the first line or “READY TO ARM” on the second line could be replaced by
the
Company or Home Owners name.

NOTE
:
There are only 16 character spaces on each of the two lines.
To create a custom display message, proceed as follows:

PROMPT

EXPLANATION

ALPHA PROG.

?
1 = YES 0 = NO
0
Enter
[1]
for Alpha Programming.
Answer
[0]

until Default Screen is displayed



Default Screen
?
1 = YES 0 = NO

Enter
[1]

to program the partition’s Default Screen.


Default Scrn P?
(0=QUIT)

Enter the partition number (1
-8), which advances you to the current default screen.


∗∗∗∗
DISARMED
∗∗∗∗

READY TO ARM

A cursor flashes on the first character on left (top line).


HONEYWELL
READY TO ARM

Using the following entry’s program each character using the

[#] + two digits

using the Character
(ASCII) Chart.

[3]

Scrolls both alphabet in ascending alphabetical order; then numerical
order 0
-9.
[1]

Scrolls both alphabet in descending alphabetical order; then numerical order 9
-0.
[6]

Moves the curser to the right one character

[4]

Moves the curser to the left one character

[7]
Insert Spaces or erase existing characters

[8]

Saves the
entire description in the system's memory.

Custom Words

Up to 60 installer
-defined words can be added to the built
-in vocabulary. Each of the 60 "words" can actually consist of
several words, but bear in mind that a maximum of 10 cha
racters can be used for each word string.
As an example we
want to program the word “Pressure Sensor”. Cross reference the Vocabulary list. The first word “Pressure” does not exist
but “Sensor” does (#173).

PROMPT

EXPLANATION

ALPHA PROG.

?
1 = YES 0 = NO
0
Enter
[1]
for Alpha Programming.
Answer
[0]

until
Custom Word is displayed



Custom Word

?
1 = YES 0 = NO

Enter
[1]

to program the partition’s Custom Word
.

Custom Word


??

(00=QUIT)

Enter the desired custom word
number,
which advances you to the custom word entry.

NOTE:

The entry is 01
-60. The Alpha Descriptor Vocabulary copy’s the custom word over to the
respective

alpha descriptor
number, which are words
254
- 313.


Custom Word


01


Example
:
Custom Word


01
PRESSURE

Using the
following entry’s program each character using the

[#] + two digits

using the Character
(ASCII) Chart or manually scroll through the alphabet using the commands below:

[3]

Scrolls both alphabet
ascending alphabetical order; then numerical order 0
-9.
[1]

Sc
rolls both alphabet descending alphabetical order; then numerical order 9
-0.
[6]

Moves the curser to the right one character

[4]

Moves the curser to the left one character

[7]
Insert Spaces or erase existing characters

[8]

Saves the entire d
escription in t
he system's memory.
[

]
Returns to Description Entry Mode

NOTE:

Predefined words are capitalized. So, all capitalized letters would keep the words consistent.

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Applying Custom Words

PROMPT

EXPLANATION

Custom Word


??

(00=Quit)

Exit Custom Word programming by entering
[00].



Exit Edit Mode


?

1 = YES 0 = NO

Pressing 1 exits the custom word.





After programming the custom word, return to Alpha programming, enter zone descriptor programming.


ZN 001 PRESSURE

SENSOR

When asked for the entry press
[#254]
= Custom Word #1, then
[#173]
for “SENSOR”

Partition Descriptors

1.

Select "Part DESCRIPT." Mode.

The system asks for the partition number desired. Enter the number as a single
-key entry
1
-8
.
2.

Follow the same procedure as for custom words.

NOTE
:
The partition descriptors are limited to 4 characters (e.g., WHSE for warehouse).


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Alpha Descriptor Vocabulary

(For entering alpha descriptors. To select a word, press [#] followed by the word's 3
-digit number.)


001
AC


002
AIR


003
ALARM



004
ALCOVE


005
ALERT


006
ALLEY


007
AMBUSH


008
AREA


009
APARTMENT


010
ART


011
ASSET


012
ATTIC



013
AUDIO


014
AUXILIARY




015
BABY



016
BACK



017
BAR


018
BARN


019
BASEMENT



020
BATHROOM



021
BED


022
BEDROOM



023
BELL


024
BLOCKED


025
BLOWER


026
BOILER


027
BOTTOM


028
BOX


029
BREAK


030
BUILDING


031
BURNER




032
CABINET


033
CALL


034
CAMERA


035
CAR


036
CASE


037
CASH


038
CCTV


039
CEILING


040
CELLAR


041
CENTRAL


042
CIRCUIT


043
CLIP


044
CLOSED



045
COIN


046
COLD


047
COATROOM


048
COLLECTION


049
COMBUSTION


050
COMPUTER


051
CONTACT




052
DAUGHTERS


053
DELAYED


054
DEN



055
DESK


056
DETECTOR



057
DINING



058
DISCRIMINATOR


059
DISPLAY


060
DOCK


061
DOOR



062
DORMER


063
DOWN


06
4 DOWNSTAIRS

065
DRAWER

066
DRIVEWAY


067
DRUG


068
DUCT




069
EAST


070
ELECTRIC


071
EMERGENCY



072
ENTRY


073
EQUIPMENT


074
ESCALATOR


075
EXECUTIVE


076
EXIT



077
EXTERIOR




078
FACTORY


079
FAILURE


080
FAMILY


081
FATHERS


082
FENCE


083
FILE


084
FIRE



085
FLOOR




086
FLOW


087
FOIL


088
FOYER


089
FREEZER


090
FRONT




091
FUR


092
FURNACE




093
GALLERY


094
GARAGE



095
GAS


096
GATE


097
GLASS


098
GUEST


099
GUN





100
HALL



101
HEAT


102
HIGH


103
HOLDUP


104
HOUSE





105
INFRARED


106
INSIDE



107
INTERIOR


108
INTRUSION


109
JEWELRY




110
KITCHEN





111
LAB


112
LAUNDRY



113
LEFT


114
LEVEL

115
LIBRARY



116
LIGHT


117
LINE

118
LIQUOR


119
LIVING



120
LOADING


121
LOCK


122
LOOP


123
LOT


124
LOW


125
LOWER




126
MACHINE


127
MAGNETIC


128
MAIDS


129
MAIN



130
MASTER



131
MAT


132
MEDICAL



133
MEDICINE


134
MEZZANINE


135
MICROWAVE


136
MONEY


137
MONITOR


138
MOTHERS


139
MOTION



140
MOTOR


141
MUD




142
NORTH


143
NURSERY




144
OFFICE



145
OIL


146
OPEN



147
OPENING


148
OUTSIDE


149
OVERFLOW


150
OVERHEAD




151
PAINTING


152
PANIC



153
PASSIVE


154
PATIO



155
PERIMETER


156
PHONE


157
PHOTO


158
POINT


159
POLICE



160
POOL



161
POWER




162
QUAD




163
RADIO


164
REAR


165
RECREATION

166
REFRIGERATION


167
RF


168
RIGHT


169
ROOM



170
ROOF




171
SAFE


172
SCREEN


173 SENSOR


174 SERVICE

175 SHED



176 SHOCK


177
SHOP



178
SHORT


179
SHOW


180
SIDE



181 SKYLIGHT


182 SLIDING



183 SMOKE



184 SONIC


185 SONS


186 SOUTH


187
SPRINKLER


188
STAMP


189
STATION


190
STATUE


191 STEREO


192 STORE


193 STORAGE



194 STORY


195 SUMP


196
SUPERVISED



197
SUPERVISION


198
SWIMMING


199
SWITCH




200
TAMPER


201
TAPE


202
TELCO


203
TELEPHONE


204
TELLER


205
TEMPERATURE


206
THERMOSTAT


207
TOOL


208
TOWER


209
TRANSMITTER


210
TRAP


211
TV




212
UP


213
UPPER


214
UPSTAIRS



215
UTILITY



216
VALVE


217
VAULT


218
VIBRATION


219
VIDEO


220
VOLTAGE




221
WALL


222
WAREHOUSE


223
WASH


224
WATERLEAK


225
WEST


226
WINDOW



227
WINE

228
WING


229
WIRELESS


230
WORK




231
XMITTER




232
YARD





233
ZONE (No.)


234
ZONE





235
0



236
1

237
1ST



238
2

239
2ND



240
3

241
3RD



242
4

243
4TH


244
5

245
5TH


246
6

247
6TH


248
7

249
7TH


250
8

251
8TH


252
9

253
9TH




254
Custom Word 1


to


313
Custom Word 60


Character
(ASCII) C
hart

(For Adding Custom Words)

32

(space)

33

!
34

"
35

#
36

$
37

%

38

&
39

'
40

(
41

)
42



43

+
44

,
45

-
46

.
47

/
48

0
49

1
50

2
51

3
52

4
53

5
54

6
55

7
56

8
57

9
58

:
59

;
60

<
61

=
62

>
63

?
64

@
65

A
66

B
67

C
68

D
69

E
70

F
71

G
72

H
73

I
74

J
75

K
76

L
77

M

78

N
79

O
80

P
81

Q
82

R
83

S
84

T
85

U
86

V
87

W
88

X
89

Y
90

Z






NOTES:

This factory
-provided vocabulary of words is subject to change.

Words
italicized
followed by an asterisk (

) indicate those words supported by the Voice keypads.

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Device Programming

This menu is used to program keypads, receivers, and relay modules, etc.



Device Address
00

is always set as an alpha keypad assigned to Partition 1 with no sounder suppression
options, and these settings cannot be changed.


From Data Field Programming mode, press
#93

to display "ZONE PROG?" Press
[0]

repeatedly to display "DEVICE
PROG?"

PROMPT

EXPLANATION

DEVICE PROG?

1=YES 0=NO

0
Press
[1]

to enter
Device Programming
.

DEVICE ADDRESS

01-
30, 00=QUIT

01

The device address identifies the device to the control. Enter the 2
-digit device address number to
match the device's physical address setting
(01-
30).

NOTE:

Device Address 01 is defaulted for an alpha keypad
with Keypad Global arm/disarm disabled.
Press [

] to accept entry.


DEVICE TYPE

00

Select the type of addressable device as follows:

00

= device not used

06

=
C
ommunications device

01

= alpha keypad (6160, graphic/touch
-
screen
)
08

= Not Used

03
= RF receiver (5881)

09
= Not Used

04
= output relay module (4204)

10
=

Not Used

05
= Not Used

12

= Remote Interactive Service (RIS)

Press [

] to accept entry.

Alpha Keypad

PROMPT

EXPLANATION

01 CONSOLE PART.


1
If you selected device type 01 (alpha keypad
or touch screen keypad
), this prompt appears. Enter the
addressable device's
default partition number
(01 to maximum number of partitions programmed for
system in field 2

00). This is the primary partition for the device. Enter 9 to make this keypad a "
Master"
keypad for the system.

Press [

] to accept entry.


01 SOUND OPTION


0
Keypads can be individually programmed to suppress arm/disarm beeps, entry/exit beeps and chime
mode beeps. This helps prevent unwanted sounds from disturbing users in other
areas of the premises.

Enter a number
0
-3
for the keypad sounding suppression options desired for the keypad as follows:
0
= no suppression

1
= suppress arm/disarm & entry/exit beeps

2
= suppress chime mode beeps only

3
= suppress arm/disarm, entry/exit
and
chime mode beeps

Press [

] to accept entry.


01 KEYPAD GLBL?

0
Each keypad can give users with access to multiple partitions the ability to arm and disarm those
partitions from it. To enable this keypad for global arming/disarming, enter
1
. To prevent the ability to
use this keypad for global arming/disarming, enter
0
.
Press [

] to accept entry.

01 AUTO
-STAY ARM
DISABLED? 0


0 = No, 1 = Yes. If enabled (1=yes), Auto
-Stay Arming is turned off for the selected keypad address
(system does not automatically revert to Auto
-Stay Arm mode if armed Away and no entry/exit doors are
opened).

Default is No.
Press [

] to accept entry.


01 AUI ?

1 = YES 0 = NO

0
If you selected device type 01 (alpha keypad), this prompt appears. Enter
1
(YES) if the device is a
graphic/touch-
screen keypad
.

Press [

] to accept entry.


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RF Expander
PROMPT

EXPLANATION


01 RF EXPANDER

HOUSE I
D
00

If you selected device type 03 (RF receiver), this prompt appears. Enter the 2
-digit House ID (
00-31
).
This is required if you are using a 5800 Bi
-Direction Device
.
Press [

] to accept entry.

Communications Device

If you selected device type 6, the
6160 Keypad functions similarly to the Programming Tool. See
Figure 1
for the
functions of the keys on the 61
60.

Figure 1: 61
60
Key Functions for Programming
Communications Device

Each
key has two possible functions: a normal function and a SHIFT function. To perform a normal key function, simply
press the desired key. To perform a SHIFT key function, press SHIFT key, then press desired function key.

Normal and SHIFT key Functions:

Key

Normal Key Function

SHIFT Key Function

BS/ESC

[BS]: Press to delete entry

[ESC]: Press to quit Program Mode


Also, can reset
EEPROM

defaults *



/


[

]: Scroll down programming

[

]: Scroll up programming

N/Y

[N]: Press for "NO" answer

[Y]: Press
SHIFT
-
Y for "YES" answer

SHIF
T

Press before pressing a SHIFT key function. Will light READY LED. LED goes out once a key is pressed.
Press again for each SHIFT function desired.

1/A

[1]: For entering the number 1

[A]: Used for entering C.S. ID number

2/B

[2]: For entering the number 2

[B]: Used for entering C.S. ID number

3/C

[3]: For entering the number 3

[C]: Used for entering C.S. ID number

4/D

[4]: For entering the number 4

[D]: Used for entering C.S. ID number

5/E

[5]: For entering the number 5

[E]: Used for entering C.S. ID number

6/F

[6]: For entering the number 6

[F]: Used

for entering C.S. ID number


7/S

[7]: For entering the number 7

[S]:
Not used

8/T

[8]: For entering the number 8

[T]:
Not used

9/X

[9]: For entering the number 9

[X]:
No SHIFT function


/SPACE

[

]: Not used

[SPACE]: Not used

0

[0]: For entering the number 0

No SHIFT function

#/ENTER

[#/ENTER]: Press to accept entries

No SHIFT function

*

Active only when the "REVIEW?" prompt is displayed.

The 6160 Keypad displays the following prompts, which are sent by the Communications Device
transmitter to the control.
PROMPT

EXPLANATION


DEVICE ADDRESS


Enter the device address of the communications device
. The default address is 3.


Press [

] to accept entry.


ID #

(1234)

Enter the 4
-digit customer account number,
0001-9999
. This ID number will appear in the messages
generated by the communications device
. Messages generated by the panel and transmitted by the
communications device will contain the ID number programmed into the panel. The communications
device

and the panel should have the same ID number, if possible.


If a different 4
-digit customer account number is used in the communications device
than is programmed into the
alarm control, the communications device
will transmit communication device
-specific messages (power
-on reset,
AC fail, etc.) using the communications device
customer number, and alarm messages using the control panel’s
custome
r number. If these numbers are different, you will be billed for two AlarmNet communication device

accounts.

NOTE: Refer to the Communications Device’s instructions for the correct prompts.

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Output (Relay)

PROMPT

EXPLANATION


DEVICE ADDRESS


Enter
the device address of the relay module (4204) device.

Press [

] to accept entry.


01 DEVICE TYPE
OUTPUT DEVICE
04

Enter the device type of 04 “Output Device”.

Press [

] to accept entry.

Output Programming

The
control
supports up to 96 outputs. Outputs can be used to perform many different functions and actions. Each
output
is defined as follows:


ACTIONS


Defines how the device (relay) reacts to a command from the Start and Stop events.


START

Defines the starting e
vent that activates the action using a Zone Type, and/or Zone List, and/or Zone



Number.


STOP

Defines the event that deactivates the output (changes the state of the action) using a Zone List
and/or Zone Type

The options used to start and stop these devices are described below, followed by the actual screen prompts and
available entries.

The letter(s) in parentheses after each function described below, such as (A) after ACTION, are those that appear in the
various summary displays of prog
rammed data d
uring programming.

Summary Screen

Start Screen

01

A EV

ZL

ZT

P


STT
0 0
00

00

0
A
= Action

E
= Event

ZL
= Zone List

ZT
= Zone Type

P
= Partition

Stop Screen

01

A
ZL

ZT

P


STOP

0
00

00

0







A
= Action

E
= Event

ZL
= Zone List

ZT
= Zone Type
P
= Partition

ACTION (A)
Refers to the action (listed below) in which the
device will respond when it is activated by the "START"
programming.

There are five different action choices:

CLOSE
for 2 SECONDS
.......
Closes and resets after
two seconds, no stop event is needed

STAY CLOSED
..........................
Activate
s and remains active
un
til stopped by some other event

PULSE
...........................................
Continuous pulsing (one second on/one second off) un
til stopped by

some
other event

NO RESPONSE

........................
The dev
ice is not used

TOGGLE
.......................................
Activat
es (
on
) and
deactivates (
off)
alternately with each activation of


starting
event.

IMPORTANT:
Do not program a stop parameter as this may cause

unpredictable results.

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START (STT)

Determines when and under what conditions the device
is activated. The following START options are
available:

1)
EVENT (EV)


The condition (alarm, fault, trouble) that must occur to a zone or group of zones (zone list) in order
to activate the device. These conditions apply
only
when a zone list or zone number is used.


The different choices for "EVENT" are listed below and in “Programming Relays” later in this
section.

ALARM
..........................
Action begins upon any alarm in an
assigned zone in the zone list

FAULT
............................
Action begins upon any opening of an
assigned zone in the zone list

TROUBLE
.....................
Action begins upon any trouble condition in an
assigned zo
ne in the zone

list

2)
ZONE LIST (ZL)



Group of zones to which the “EVENT” applies in order to activate a particular
device.



NOTES
:




Any zone type can be used in a Zone list EXCEPT 20, 21, and 22





There are a total of 15 zone lists that can be programmed



When the selected
EVENT (alarm, fault or

trouble)
occurs
on

any
zone in the


sele
cted “Start”
ZONE LIST (01-
15),
activation of the selected device will START.

To start an Output you must also select the “EVENT” in order to activate a particular device.

3) ZONE #

A specific zone going into alarm, fault, trouble, or restore (Eve
nt programming) can be used to start
the relay action. Enter the 3
-digit zone number (00
1-250).

4)
ZONE TYPE/SYSTEM OPERATION (ZT)

This start parameter is used if activation is desired by
all
zones within a specific Zone Type
, this
may be used in place of a “ZONE LIST” and “EVENT.” Example, if an activation is desired for any
Fire zone, then a Zone Type of 39 “Any Fire Alarm” is entered
.
NOTES:

If a system operation, such as “DISARMING” or “ANY FIRE ALARM,” is to ac
tivate the

device, enter the appropriate choice under the “ZONE TYPE” option.



The “ZONE TYPE/SYSTEM OPERATION” option functions independently of the
“EVENT/ZONE LIST” combination.



Any zone of the chosen
response type in
alarm, trouble, or fault
ed stat
e wil
l cause the device
to activate the selected action.



If the same “ZONE TYPE” is also chosen for the STOP programming, any zone of that type
that
restores

will de
-activate the device.



If a "SYSTEM OPERATION" is chosen, that operation will cause the dev
ice to activate as
selected in "ACTION.” The different choices for "ZONE TYPE" and "SYSTEM OPERATION" are
listed below:

Applies to the following Zone Types.

01 =
Entry/ Exit #1

05 = Trouble Day/Alarm
Night

09 = Fire Alarm or
Trouble

02 =
Entry/exit #2

06 = 24-
Hr. Silent
10 = Interior W/Delay
03 =
Perimeter

07 = 24-
Hr. Audible

14 = CO Detector
Alarm

04 =
Interior
Follower

08 = 24-
Hr. Auxiliary
16 = Fire With Verification


Zone Type

Start

Stop

Refers to the Zone
Types above

Alarm
,
trouble
, or
fault
will cause the
device to activate

A restore of
any
zone with this zone type
will de-
activate the device.
20 =
Arming
-STAY

Code + 3 or 7 (INSTANT) mode
.
21 =
Arming
-AWAY

Code + 2 or 4 (MAXIMUM) mode. Do not have to change state

22 =
Disarming

Any code + 1, regardless of armed state.

23 =
No Alarm

Response

Alarm
,
trouble
, or
fault
will cause the
device to activate

A restore of
any
zone with this zone type
will de-
activate
the device.


NOTE:
EVENT OF FAULT MUST BE SELECTED WHEN STARTING ON A ZONE

TYPE 23.

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Zone Type

Start

Stop

27 =
Access Point

Allows more than one relay to be controlled by activation if access point request.

29 =
Momentary Exit

This Zone Type is used with VISTA
-KEY access
control ONLY.

31 =
End of Exit Time
A relay programed to stop/start on 31 will stop/start on the first Exit time to end
(should be Entry/Exit #1).
NOTE:

If programmed to pulse on A Zone Type 31
it will pulse at
the end of E/E#1 and E/E#2.

32 =
Start of Entry

Time

Start of Entry time #1 or #2 activate the
output.


33 =
Any Burglary

Alarm

Encompasses alarms on Zone Types:
01 = Entry/Exit #1, Burglary

02 = Entry/Exit #2, Burglary

03 = Perimeter, Burglary
04 = Interior Follower, Burglary
05 = Trouble Day/Alarm Night

07 = 24 Hr. Audible Alarm
10 = Interior Delay, Burglary


34 =
Code + [#] + 71

Key Entry
Any user authority level has access to this command.

35 =
Code + [#] + 72

Key Entry
Any user authority level has access to this command.

36 =
At Bell Timeout

(

13)

Occurs when the Time Out expires or disarming, which ever happens first.
37 =
2 Times Bell

Timeout

Occurs
after two times the Bell Time Out expires or disarming, which eve
r happens
first.

38 =
Chime

Follows the chime feature for the
compatible Zone Types, the chime
mode must be enabled.


39 =
Fire Alarm

System Event '39 Any Fire'
encompasses alarms on zone types:
09 = Fire Without Verification
16 = Fire With Verification


40 =
Bypassing

Occurs when a zone is bypassed

Stops when a bypass is cleared.
41 =
AC Power Fail


Follows the dialer for AC loss, if AC
loss reporting is randomized (

19),
the

Output will follow this randomized
time.

Follows AC Restore.

If you set the panel for Normal AC loss reporting, the panel should dial within
about 2 minutes of AC loss and the Output will throw at the same time.

42 =
System Battery

Low


Follows a panel low battery.

Follows the Low Battery Restore.

43 =
Communication

failure


Follows a telephone communication
failure.

Stop when the “Comm. Failure” has
cleared.

44 =
RF Low Battery


Follows low battery on a 5800 wireless
transmitter.

Stop when the low battery restores.

45 =
Polling Loop

Failure


Follows Zone 997 (polling loop short)
regardless if zone 997 has a zone type
programmed.

Follows removal of short on polling
loop.

47 =
Console Failure


Supervision zones for ECP supervision of zone 8XX, where XX = the device address.

51 =
RF Receiver

Failure


Supervision zones for ECP supervision of zone 8XX, where XX = the device address.

52 =
Kissoff


Occurs when a Kissoff from Central Station is received.

54 =
Fire Zone Reset


STARTS a relay when a FIRE reset
command is entered.
STOP program is usually Zone Type 57.

55 =
Disarm + 1
Minute

Starts one minute after disarm.

56 =
XX Minutes


Not a feature.

Requires and entry in programming
location 1

74 (XX Minutes)

57 =
YY Seconds



Note a feature.

Requires and entry in programming
location 1

75 (YY
seconds).

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Zone Type

Start

Stop

58 =
Duress

Does not have to report Duress. Throws on any valid command entered with an
authority level 6 code (except code**)

60 =
Audio Alarm

Verification*

Must be selected for
both
START and STOP operation.



DO NOT ASSIGN THESE SYSTEM EVENTS TO A PARTITION

5)

PARTITION NO. (P)

The device's "Start" ZONE TYPE/SYSTEM OPERATION may be limited to an occur
rence on one partition
(1
-8), or any partition (0).

STOP (STP)

The "STOP" programming determines when and under what conditions the device is de
-activated. The
following options are available:

1)

RESTORE ZONE LIST (ZL)
.

If a "ZONE LIST" is used as the “Stop” event, the device de-
activates when
all
the zones in that list
restore from a previous fault, trouble, or alarm condition.
This occurs regardless of what is programmed to "START" the device; therefore, a "RESTORE ZONE
LIST" is normally only used when a "ZONE LIST" is used to start the device.

2)

ZONE TYPE/SYSTEM OPERATION (ZT).

Instead of using a "RESTORE ZONE LIST," you can select a specific zone (response) type or system
operation ac
tion to de
-activate the device.

If you choose a specific "ZONE TYPE," any zone of that response type that re
stores from a previous
alarm, trouble, or fault condi
tion will cause the device to de
-activate.

If you choose a "SYSTEM OPERATION," that operation causes the device to de
-activate. The
different choices for "ZONE TYPE" and "SYSTEM OPERATION" are listed i
n the table above.

3)

PARTITION NO. (P).

The device's "Stop" Zone Type/System Operation may be limited to an occurrence on one partition
(1
-8), or on any partition (0).

The “ZONE TYPE/SYSTEM OPERATION” option functions independently of the
“RESTORE/ZONE L
IST” combination.

Output Device
Programming

From Data Field Programming Mode, press
#93

to display the "ZONE PROG?" prompt. Press
[0]

(NO) to each menu
option until the "OUTPUT PGM?" prompt appears. Press
[1]

(YES)
.
While in this mode, press [

] to advance to next screen. Press
[#]

to back up to the previous screen.

PROMPT

EXPLANATION


ENTER RELAY #

(00=QUIT) 01
Enter the relay (output device) identification number
01
-96
. This is a reference number only, used for
identification purposes. The initial programming is to establish the trigger and action of the device.
The
actual module address and relay number on the module are programmed in the last two prompts.

Press [

] to continue.


02 A EV ZL ZT P

STT 0 0 00 00 0

The keypad displays a summary START screen.
Press [

] to continue.


02 A ZL ZT P

STOP 0 00 00 0

The keypad displays a summary STOP screen.
Press [

] to continue.

02 RELAY ACTION

NO RESPONSE

0
The Relay Action is the way in which the relay will respond when activated by the "start" event. Enter the
desired action for this relay as follows:

0
= Not Used

3
= Pulse On/Off

1
= Close for 2 Seconds

4
= Toggle On and Off Alternately

2
= Stay Closed


NOTE:

For options 1 and 4, do not program a “Stop” parameter.






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PROMPT

EXPLANATION

02 START EVENT

NOT USED

0
An output may be activated by an Event/Zone List or Zone Number combination,
and
/
or
by a Zone
Type/System Operation. For an Event/Zone List or Event Zone Number combination, enter the event
code as follows:

0
= Not used

3
= Fault

1
= Alarm

4
= Trouble

If you are not using a Zone List or Zone Number to activate the relay, enter
0.

Press
[

] to continue.


02 START: ZN LIST


00

A zone list is a set of zones that can be used to initiate the start or stop relay action. If a zone list is being
used to start this relay action, enter the zone list number,
1
-15
. If a zone list is not being used, enter
0
.
Press [

] to continue.


02 START: ZONE #


000

A specific zone can be used
instead

of or
in addition
to an Event/Zone List or Zone Type/System
Operation combination to start the relay action. Enter the 3
-digit zone number.
Additional Output Programming Notes when using with a Burglary/Panic Zone Type:


1. When using a START EVENT OF FAULT on a ZONE # an
d no other start or stop entries, the Output

assigned to the relay will follow the zone (tripped Relay on, restored Relay off) on

FAULT/ALARM/TROUBLE, armed and disarmed.

2. When using a START EVENT OF FAULT on a ZONE # and a STOP ZONE/TYPE of 22, the Ou
tput

assigned to the relay will START on FAULT/ALARM/TROUBLE, but will not Stop until code and off

is entered.

3. When using a START EVENT OF ALARM on a ZONE # and no other start or stop entries, the

Output assigned to the relay will follow the zone (on
after an ALARM only) and off when zone

restores.

4. When using a START EVENT OF ALARM on a ZONE # and a STOP ZONE/TYPE of 22, the Output

assigned to the relay will START only on ALARM of the zone and will not Stop until code and off is

entered.

NOTE: B
YPASSING A ZONE WILL PREVENT IT FROM STARTING AN OUTPUT
.
Press [

] to continue.


02 START: ZN TYPE

NO RESPONSE

00

A Zone Type/System Operation can be used
instead
of or
in addition
to an Event/Zone List combination
or a specific zone to start the relay action. If a Zone Type/System Operation is being used, enter the 2
-
digit code as listed in the table that follows.

Refer to the notes in Start ZONE # prompt. For detailed Zone Type Descriptions, refer to page
2-9.
Press [

] to continue.

Choices for Start/Stop Zone Types and System Operations
:
00 = No Response (Not Used)

23 = No Alarm Response

42 = System Battery Low

01 = Entry/Exit #1

27 = Access Point (allows more than one
relay to be controlled by activation if
access point request)

43 = Communication failure

02 = Entry/exit #2

44 = RF Low Battery

03 = Perimeter

45 = Polling Loop Failure

04 = Interior Follower

28 = Not Used

47 = Console Failure

05 = Trouble Day/Alarm Night

29 = Momentary Exit
51 = RF Receiver Failure

06 = 24
-
Hr. Silent

31 = End of Exit Time

52 = Kissoff

07 = 24
-
Hr. Audible

32 = Start of Entry Time

54 = Fire Zone Reset

08 = 24
-
Hr. Auxiliary

33 = Any Burglary Alarm

55 = Disarm + 1 Minute

09 = Fire Alarm or Trouble

34 = Code + [#] + 71 Key Entry

56 = XX Minutes (enter XX in field 1

74) *

10 = Interior W/Delay

35 = Code + [#] + 72 Key Entry

57 = YY Seconds (enter YY in
field 1

75) *

12 =
Not Used

36 = At Bell Timeout **

58 = Duress


14 = CO Detector Alarm

37 = 2 Times Bell Timeout **

60 = Audio Alarm Verification (must be
selected for both START and STOP
operation)

16 = Fire With Verification

38 = Chime

20 =
Arming
-
STAY***

39 = Fire Alarm

21 = Arming
-
AWAY****

40 = Bypassing

22 = Disarming (Code + Off)

41 = AC Power Fail


*
Stop condition only
**
Or at disarming, whichever occurs earlier

***
The output also activates when the partition is armed in the INSTANT mode

****
The output also activates when the partition is armed in the MAXIMUM mode

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If you are using options 56 and/or 57 (usually as the STOP Zone Type), you must program data fields 1

74 and 1

75
for the respective
relay timeouts for minutes and seconds.

PROMPT

EXPLANATION


02 START: ACS PT
(00
-15
) 00

If the start zone type you selected was 27 (access point), this prompt is displayed. Enter the access point
(00-
15
)
that will start the relay action.
Applies to W
IN
-PAK®
or
Pro
-Watch®

Press [

] to continue.


02 START: PARTN
ANY PARTITION

0
If the starting event will be limited to occurring on a specific partition, enter the partition number (
1-8
) in
which the start event will occur. Enter
0
for any partition.
Press [

] to continue.



Do not use a zone programmed with an RF Button (Input Type BR) to STOP a relay. The system will not
de
-activate the relay.



02 STOP: ZN LIST


00

If a zone list is being used to stop this relay action, enter the zone list number,
1
-15
. The
restore
of a
zone on the zone list stops the relay. If a zone list is not being used, enter
0
.
Press [

] to continue.


02 STOP: ZN TYPE

NO RESPONSE

00

If a Zone Type/System Operation is being used to stop the relay action, enter the 2
-digit code listed in
the Choices for Start/Stop System Operation chart. The restore of the Zone Type or System Operation
stops the relay.

Press [

] to continue.


02 STOP: ACS PT

(00
-15
) 00

If the stop zone type you selected was 27 (access point), this prompt is displayed. Enter the access point
(00-
15
)
which will stop the relay action.

Press [

] to continue.


02 STOP: PARTN
ANY PARTITION

0
This is the partition to which the stop condition will be limited. Enter
0
for any partition. Enter
1
-8
for
specific partition number.
Press [

] to continue.


02 RELAY GROUP


00

Relays may be grouped for common activation by time
-driven events (commands
06-
10
)
, time
-driven
events are found in the “Scheduling” section in the Installation and Setup Guide
. Enter
00

(no group) or
01-15

for a specific group number.
Press [

] to continue.


02 RESTRICTION
1=YES 0=NO

0
The system may have some devices that are not intended to be under end user control, such as relays
activating fire doors or machinery. Enter
1
if the end user will be restricted from accessing this relay

using their Code #70 manual relay control.
Press [

] to continue.


02 RELAY TYPE

V-PLEX

0
Enter
0
for V
-Plex
4101-
SN
(polling loop) devices. Enter
1
for (ECP) relay module 4204.

Press [

] to continue.


02 V
-PLEX ZONE #


000

For polling loop trigger outputs (4101SN), enter the protection zone number (
010
- 250) linked to each
output
. Be sure to enroll the module’s serial number (see Zone Programming).

Press [

] to continue.


02 ECP ADDRESS


00

If you selected
1
for (4204), enter the actual module's address
(01-30)
.
Press [

] to continue.


02 MODULE RELAY#


0
For 4204 Relay Outputs, enter the specific relay number on that module (
1-4
).
Press [

] to continue.
The keypad will display the Start and Stop summary screens again.

Press [

] to continue.


When all relays have been programmed, enter
00

at the "ENTER RELAY NO." prompt.

If you are defining a zone list, continue to the next section. If not, enter
00

+ [

] at the next two prompts. "Quit Menu
Mode?"
appears e
nter
1
for "Yes,"
0
for "No." Then enter

99
to exit programming completely.

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Zone List Programming

After all relays have been programmed, upon entering
00

at the "ENTER RELAY NO." prompt, you are asked to enter a zone
list. If a zone list number was used to start or stop a relay, you must define the zones belonging to that list as follows:

PROMPT

EXPLANATION


ENTER Zn LIST ?

00=QUIT

00

Enter the zone list number
01-15
. Enter
00

to quit.


01 ADD ZONE #

000=QUIT

000

Using 3
-digit entries, enter each zone to be included in this zone list. Press [

] after you enter each zone
number.
When you have entered all desired
zones, enter
000
.

Press [

] to continue.


01 Del Zn LIST ?

1=YES 0=NO

0
Enter
0
to save this zone list.

Enter
1
to delete it. (000 in the first entry erases all zones in the list once saved when pressing [

].

01 DEL ZONES ?

1=YES 0=NO

0
Enter
1
to delete one or more zones in that zone list. Enter
0
if no changes are necessary. If you enter 1,
the following screen appears; otherwise, the "Enter Zone LIST" prompt reappears.


01 Zn to DELETE ?

000=QUIT

000

Enter each zone number to be deleted from the zone list, pressing [

] after each number.


VIEW Zn LIST ?

00=QUIT

00

This display appears if you pressed
00

at the “Enter Zone LIST” prompt. Enter the zone list number that
you wish to view.
Press [

] to continue.

01 ASSIGNED ZONE

000=QUIT

000

Press [

] to scroll through all zones in that list. Enter
000

+ [

] to quit.

Press
1
to exit Menu Mode.

Press

99

to exit Program Mode.











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SYSTEM WORKSHEETS

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Before programming any security system, you should first define the installation. To help you lay out a partitioned system,
use the following worksheets. This will further simplify the programming process.
NOTE:

All references in this manual for number of zones, number of user codes, number of access cards, and the event

log capacity,
use the VISTA
-250BPT
’s features. See page 4
of this manual for the table listing the differences

between the VISTA
-128BPT
and the VISTA
-250BPT
control panels.

PARTITIONS


Partition #

Descriptor

(4
-
char max)

Prim.

Sub. #

Sec.

Sub. #

Alpha Default Message

(32
-
character maximum)

Partition 1





Partition 2





Partition 3





Partition 4





Partition 5





Partition 6





Partition 7





Partition 8





Keyswitch Arming Partition Assignment (1
-8):

Wireless Keypad Partition Assignment (1
-
8):

Use
Partition Descriptor (yes/no)?
Common Lobby Partition Assignment (1
-8):


COMMUNICATION OPTIONS

Option

Part. 1

Part. 2

Part. 3

Part. 4

Part. 5

Part. 6

Part. 7

Part. 8

Swinger Suppression Count 00
-15; 00=no
suppression









Cancel Report After Disarm









Dialer Reports for Panic (

+ 1)









Dialer Reports for Panic (# + 3)









Dialer Reports for Panic (

+ #)









Dialer Reports for Duress









Burglary Alarm Communications Delay (
30
sec.)










SYSTEM DEFINITIONS
Option
: ENTER VALUES AS “YES” OR “NO”
Part. 1

Part. 2

Part. 3

Part. 4

Part. 5

Part. 6

Part. 7

Part. 8

Entry Delay #1 (00, 30
-225 seconds):









Exit Delay #1 (00,
30
-
225 seconds):









Entry Delay #2 (00, 30
-225 seconds):









Exit Delay #2 (00, 30
-225 seconds):









Quick Arming









Multiple Alarms per Arming









Console Panic for Zone 995 (


+ 1)









Console Panic for Zone 996 (# + 3)









Console Panic for Zone 999 (


+ #)









Allow Sign
-on (GOTO function)









Non
-Bypassable Zone*









Sounder Timeout Duration for Bell (2 min.
increments)









Console Annunciation During Exit









Confirmation of Arming Ding for Bell









Chime on Bell










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Access Control Relay (field 1

76)









Affects
Lobby (check partitions that apply)









Arms Lobby (check partitions that apply)


















Option

Part. 1

Part. 2

Part. 3

Part. 4

Part. 5

Part. 6

Part. 7

Part. 8

Displays Fire Alarms of Other Partitions









Displays Burg & Panic Alarms of Other Partitions









Displays Troubles of Other Partitions









*Can be any zone 001
-250.


PRINTER OPTIONS

Serial printer


12-
or 24
-hour Time format


Printer On
-
Line (yes/no)




EVENT LOG TYPES

Option

No

Yes

Alarm



Trouble



Bypass



Open/Close



System



ECP Devices


Addr

Type

Part

Sound
Opt

House
ID

Kypd
Glbal

Grapic/Touch
-Screen


00.








Device Types:

00 =
Device Not Used

01 =
Alpha Console
03 =
RF Receiver

04 =
Output Relay Module
05 =
Not Used

06 =
Communications Device

08 = Not Used

09 =
Not Used

10 =
Not Used

12 =
Remote Interactive Service (RIS)


Console Sounder Options:

0 =
No Suppression

1 =
Suppress Arm/Disarm and
Entry/Exit Beeps

2 =
Suppress Chime Mode Beeps
Only

3 =
Suppress Arm/Disarm, Entry/Exit
and Chime Mode Beeps


Defaults:

Addresses 00 =

Alpha Keypad; No
Suppression
Addresses 01 =

Alpha Keypad; No
Suppression

01.








02.








03.








04.








05.








06.








07.








08.








09.








10.








11.








12.








13.








14.








15.








16.








17.








18.








19.








20.








21.








22.








23.








24.








25.








26.








27.








28.








29.








30.










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User Codes

ACCESS CODES & USER DEFINITIONS FOR PARTITIONS 1 & 2

4
-
digit
Security
Code

Access
Group
0; 1-8

Partition 1

Partition 2

3
-
Digit

User #

Auth.

Level

Open/

Close

Group
Bypass

RF
Key

Global
Arm

3
-
Digit

User #

Auth.
Level

Open/
Close

Group
Bypass

RF
Key

Global
Arm














































































































































ACCESS CODES & USER DEFINITIONS FOR PARTITIONS 3 & 4

4
-
digit
Security
Code

Access
Group
0; 1-8

Partition 3

Partition 4

3
-
Digit

User #

Auth.

Level

Open/

Close

Group
Bypass

RF
Key

Global
Arm

3
-
Digit

User #

Auth.
Level

Open/
Close

Group
Bypass

RF
Key

Global
Arm















































































































































Authority Levels:
1=
Master (arm, disarm, bypass, and/or modify lower level


users)


2=
Manager (arm, disarm, bypass, and/or modify lower level


users)


3=
Operator A (arm,
disarm, bypass)


4=
Operator B (arm, disarm)


5=
Operator C (arm, disarm only if system was armed with this



code)


6=
Duress code (arm, disarm, triggers silent panic alarm)


Defaults:

User

4
-
Digits

Alpha

User 1 (Installer)

4140

INSTLR

User 2

1234

MASTER



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ACCESS CODES & USER DEFINITIONS FOR PARTITIONS 5 & 6

4
-
digit
Security
Code

Access
Group
0; 1-8

Partition 5

Partition 6

3
-
Digit

User #

Auth.

Level

Open/

Close

Group
Bypass

RF
Key

Global
Arm

3
-
Digit

User #

Auth.
Level

Open/
Close

Group
Bypass

RF
Key

Global
Arm














































































































































ACCESS CODES & USER DEFINITIONS FOR
PARTITIONS 7 & 8

4
-
digit
Security
Code

Access
Group
0; 1-8

Partition 7

Partition 8

3
-
Digit

User #

Auth.

Level

Open/

Close

Group
Bypass

RF
Key

Global
Arm

3
-
Digit

User #

Auth.
Level

Open/
Close

Group
Bypass

RF
Key

Global
Arm














































































































































Authority Levels:


1=
Master (arm, disarm, bypass, and/or


modify lower level users)


2=
Manager (arm, disarm, bypass, and/or


modify lower level users)


3=
Operator A (arm, disarm, bypass)


4=
Operator B (arm, disarm)


5=
Operator C (arm, disarm only if system was



armed with this code)


6=
Duress code (arm, disarm, triggers silent
panic
alarm)


Defaults:

User

4
-
Digits

Alpha

User 1 (Installer)

4140

INSTLR

User 2

1234

MASTER

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Zone Definitions

ZONE DEFINITION FOR ZONES 001
-025

Zone Info (part n
os.
) & Alpha
Descriptor (3 words max.)


























Anti
Mask


























Smart
Zone


























Rpt.
Code


























Serial # /
Loop


























Tamper


























Access
Point


























Bypass
Group


























Silent


























Auto
-
STAY


























STAY
Mode


























Vent
Zone


























Arm
w/Flt
.

























Input
Type


























Part

1-8

























Zone
Type


























Zone
No.

1


2


3


4


5


6


7


8


9


10


11


12


13


14


15


16


17


18


19


20


21


22


23


24


25


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ZONE DEFINITION FOR ZONES 0
26-
050

Zone Info (part nos.) & Alpha
Descriptor (3 words max.)


























Anti
Mask


























Smart
Zone


























Rpt.
Code


























Serial # /
Loop


























Tamper


























Access
Point


























Bypass
Group


























Silent


























Auto
-
STAY


























STAY
Mode


























Vent
Zone


























Arm
w/Flt
.

























Input
Type


























Part

1-8

























Zone
Type


























Zone
No.

26


27


28


29


30


31


32


33


34


35


36


37


38


39


40


41


42


43


44


45


46


47


48


49


50



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ZONE DEFINITION FOR ZONES 0
51-075

Zone Info (part nos.) & Alpha
Descriptor (3 words max.)


























Anti
Mask


























Smart
Zone


























Rpt.
Code


























Serial # /
Loop


























Tamper


























Access
Point


























Bypass
Group


























Silent


























Auto
-
STAY


























STAY
Mode


























Vent
Zone


























Arm
w/Flt
.

























Input
Type


























Part

1-8

























Zone
Type


























Zone
No.

51


52


53


54


55


56


57


58


59


60


61


62


63


64


65


66


67


68


69


70


71


72


73


74


75



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ZONE DEFINITION FOR ZONES 0
76-
100

Zone Info (part nos.) & Alpha
Descriptor (3 words max.)


























Anti
Mask


























Smart
Zone


























Rpt.
Code


























Serial # /
Loop


























Tamper


























Access
Point


























Bypass
Group


























Silent


























Auto
-
STAY


























STAY
Mode


























Vent
Zone


























Arm
w/Flt
.

























Input
Type


























Part

1-8

























Zone
Type


























Zone
No.

76


77


78


79


80


81


82


83


84


85


86


87


88


89


90


91


92


93


94


95


96


97


98


99


100



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ZONE DEFINITION FOR ZONES 1
01-
125

Zone Info (part nos.) & Alpha
Descriptor (3 words max.)


























Anti
Mask


























Smart
Zone


























Rpt.
Code


























Serial # /
Loop


























Tamper


























Access
Point


























Bypass
Group


























Silent


























Auto
-
STAY


























STAY
Mode


























Vent
Zone


























Arm
w/Flt
.

























Input
Type


























Part

1-8

























Zone
Type


























Zone
No.

101


102


103


104


105


106


107


108


109


110


111


112


113


114


115


116


117


118


119


120


121


122


123


124


125



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ZONE DEFINITION FOR ZONES 1
26-
150

Zone Info (part nos.) & Alpha
Descriptor (3 words max.)


























Anti
Mask


























Smart
Zone


























Rpt.
Code


























Serial # /
Loop


























Tamper


























Access
Point


























Bypass
Group


























Silent


























Auto
-
STAY


























STAY
Mode


























Vent
Zone


























Arm
w/Flt
.

























Input
Type


























Part

1-8

























Zone
Type


























Zone
No.

126


127


128


129


130


131


132


133


134


135


136


137


138


139


140


141


142


143


144


145


146


147


148


149


150



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ZONE DEFINITION FOR ZONES 1
51-
175

Zone Info (part nos.) & Alpha
Descriptor (3 words max.)


























Anti
Mask


























Smart
Zone


























Rpt.
Code


























Serial # /
Loop


























Tamper


























Access
Point


























Bypass
Group


























Silent


























Auto
-
STAY


























STAY
Mode


























Vent
Zone


























Arm
w/Flt
.

























Input
Type


























Part

1-8

























Zone
Type


























Zone
No.

151


152


153


154


155


156


157


158


159


160


161


162


163


164


165


166


167


168


169


170


171


172


173


174


175


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ZONE DEFINITION FOR ZONES 176-
200

Zone Info (part nos.) & Alpha
Descriptor (3 words max.)


























Anti
Mask


























Smart
Zone


























Rpt.
Code


























Serial # /
Loop


























Tamper


























Access
Point


























Bypass
Group


























Silent


























Auto
-
STAY


























STAY
Mode


























Vent
Zone


























Arm
w/Flt
.

























Input
Type


























Part

1-8

























Zone
Type


























Zone
No.

176


177


178


179


180


181


182


183


184


185


186


187


188


189


190


191


192


193


194


195


196


197


198


199


200



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ZONE DEFINITION FOR ZONES 201-
225

Zone Info (part nos.) & Alpha
Descriptor (3 words max.)


























Anti
Mask


























Smart
Zone


























Rpt.
Code


























Serial # /
Loop


























Tamper


























Access
Point


























Bypass
Group


























Silent


























Auto
-
STAY


























STAY
Mode


























Vent
Zone


























Arm
w/Flt
.

























Input
Type


























Part

1-8

























Zone
Type


























Zone
No.

201


202


203


204


205


206


207


208


209


210


211


212


213


214


215


216


217


218


219


220


221


222


223


224


225



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ZONE DEFINITION FOR ZONES 226-
250

Zone Info (part
nos.) & Alpha
Descriptor (3 words max.)


























Anti
Mask


























Smart
Zone


























Rpt.
Code


























Serial # /
Loop


























Tamper


























Access
Point


























Bypass
Group


























Silent


























Auto
-
STAY


























STAY
Mode


























Vent
Zone


























Arm
w/Flt
.

























Input
Type


























Part

1-8

























Zone
Type


























Zone
No.

226


227


228


229


230


231


232


233


234


235


236


237


238


239


240


241


242


243


244


245


246


247


248


249


250




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ZONE DEFINITIONS FOR KEYPAD PANIC ZONES 995, 996, & 999



Enter yes/no for each partition
-
field

22



Zone

No.

Zone

Type


1


2


3


4


5


6


7


8

Report

Code

Zone Information (part numbers) &

Alpha Descriptor (3 words max.)

995












996












999













ZONE DEFINITIONS FOR SYSTEM ZONES; 970, 988; 990 & 997


Zone

No.


Zone

Type


Report

Code

Zone Information (part numbers)

&
Alpha Descriptor (3 words max.)

970




988




990




997





NOTE:
When supervising the bell output (zone 970), only one device can be connected to the
alarm output (terminals 4 and 5) for UL and Fire installations.

ZONE DEFINITIONS FOR RELAY SUPERVISORY ZONES 601
-632


Zone

No.


Zone

Type


Report

Code

Zone Information
(part numbers)

&
Alpha Descriptor (3 words max.)


Zone

No.


Zone

Type


Report

Code

Zone Information (part numbers)

&
Alpha Descriptor (3 words max.)

601





617





602





618





603





619





604





620





605





621





606





622





607





623





608





624





609





625





610





626





611





627





612





628





613





629





614





630





615





631





616





632





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ZONE DEFINITIONS FOR SUPERVISORY OF ECP DEVICE ZONES 800
-830


Zone

No.


Zone

Type


Report

Code

Zone Information (part numbers)

&
Alpha Descriptor (3 words max.)


Zone

No.


Zone

Type


Report

Code

Zone Information (part numbers)

&
Alpha Descriptor (3 words max.)

800





816





801





817





802





818





803





819





804





820





805





821





806





822





807





823





808





824





809





825





810





826





811





827





812





828





813





829





814





830





815







Zone Types:

00=zone not used

07=24-
hour audible

20=arm stay

01=entry/exit 1

08=24-
hour auxiliary

21=arm away

02=entry/exit 2

09=supervised fire

22=disarm

03=perimeter

10=interior (delay)

23=no alarm response

04=interior (follower)

12=
Not Used

27=access control
05=day/night burglary

14=CO detector alarm

28=
Not
Used

06=24-
hour silent

16=fire w/verification

29=momentary exit

Input Types:

00=
N
ot
U
sed

07=Dip switch
-
type polling loop

01=hardwired

08=right loop dip switch polling loop

02=RF motion transmitter

09=keypad input

03=supervised RF transmitter

10=
Not
Used

04=unsupervised RF transmitter

11=VistaKey door status monitor

05=RF button transmitter

12=VistaKey request to exit

06=serial number polling loop

13=VistaKey general purpose


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Output Devices
Worksheets

Applicable only if relays (4204)
or
V-Plex devices are used.


Output Devices
– Programmed in the #93 Menu Mode in the Output Programming Section. Fill in the required data
on the worksheet below and follow the procedure in the installation inst
ructions as you enter the data during the
displays and prompts that appear in sequence.


NOTES:

1.
For 4204, the Device Programming section must be programmed for the device address. Set the DIP
switches on the device for that address.



2.
For V
-Plex,
the devices must be programmed in the Zone Programming section.

OUTPUT

DEV #

A

START

STOP

Relay
Group

Restrict

0=V
-Plex

1=4204

V
-
Plex Zone #

or

Dev Add 4204

Relay #
for 4204

EV/ZL

Zone

ZT / P

ZL

ZT / P

1.
















2.
















3.
















4.
















5.
















6.
















7.
















8.
















9.
















10.
















11.
















12.
















13.
















14.
















15.
















16.
















17.
















18.
















19.
















20.

















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OUTPUT DEVICES WORKSHEET (cont’d)

OUTPUT

DEV #

A

START

STOP

Relay
Group

Restrict

0=V
-Plex

1=4204

V
-
Plex Zone #

or

Dev Add 4204

Relay #
for 4204

EV/ZL

Zone

ZT / P

ZL

ZT / P

21.
















22.
















23.
















24.
















25.
















26.
















27.
















28.
















29.
















30.
















31.
















32.
















33.
















34.
















35.
















36.
















37.
















38.
















39.
















40.
















41.
















42.
















43.
















44.
















45.

















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OUTPUT DEVICES WORKSHEET (cont’d)

OUTPUT

DEV #

A

START

STOP

Relay
Group

Restrict

0=V
-Plex

1=4204

V
-
Plex Zone #

or

Dev Add 4204

Relay #
for 4204

EV/ZL

Zone

ZT / P

ZL

ZT / P

46.
















47.
















48.
















49.
















50.
















51.
















52.
















53.
















54.
















55.
















56.
















57.
















58.
















59.
















60.
















61.
















62.
















63.
















64.
















65.
















66.
















67.
















68.
















69.
















70.
















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OUTPUT DEVICES WORKSHEET (cont’d)

OUTPUT

DEV #

A

START

STOP

Relay
Group

Restrict

0=V
-Plex

1=4204

V
-
Plex Zone #

or

Dev Add 4204

Relay #
for 4204

EV/ZL

Zone

ZT / P

ZL

ZT / P

71.
















72.
















73.
















74.
















75.
















76.
















77.
















78.
















79.
















80.
















81.
















82.
















83.
















84.
















85.
















86.
















87.
















88.
















89.
















90.
















91.
















92.
















93.
















94.
















95.
















96.

















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A =

DEVICE ACTION

0 = No Response; 1 = Close for 2 sec; 2 = Close and stay closed; 3 = Pulse on and off; 4 =
Toggle alternately between START and STOP events

EV
=
EVENT

0 = Not used; 1 = Alarm; 2 = Fault; 3 = Trouble

ZL =

ZONE LIST

01-
15, 00 = Not Used

"START" ZONE LIST:

Upon alarm, fault, trouble or restore of ANY zone in this list, device
action will START.

"STOP" ZONE LIST:

Upon restore of ALL zones on this list, device action will STOP. It
need not be sa
me list as used for START.

ZT =

ZONE TYPE/SYSTEM OPERATION



Choices for Zone Types are:

00=zone not used

08=24
-hour auxiliary

22=disarm

01=entry/exit 1

09=supervised fire

23=no alarm response

02=entry/exit 2

10=interior (delay)

26
=Not Used

03=perimeter

12=
Not Used

27=
Not Used

04=interior (follower)

14=CO detector alarm

28=
Not Used

05=day/night burglary

16=fire w/verification

29=momentary exit
06=24 hour silent

20=arm stay


07=24
-hour audible

21=arm away


NOTE:

Any zone in "ZT" for Start, going into alarm, fault, or trouble will activate the relay.


Any zone in "ZT" for Stop, that restores will stop the relay action.

Choices for System Operation are:

00 = No Response (Not Used)

27 = Access Point (allows more than
one relay to be controlled by
activation if access point
request)

42 = System Battery Low

01 = Entry/Exit #1

43 = Communication failure

02 = Entry/exit #2

44 = RF Low Battery

03 = Perimeter

45 = Polling Loop Failure

04 = Interior Follower

28 = MLB Supervision

47 =
Console Failure

05 = Trouble Day/Alarm Night

29 = Momentary Exit

51 = RF Receiver Failure

06 = 24
-
Hr. Silent

31 = End of Exit Time

52 = Kissoff

07 = 24
-
Hr. Audible

32 = Start of Entry Time

54 = Fire Zone Reset

08 = 24
-
Hr. Auxiliary

33 = Any Burglary
Alarm

55 = Disarm + 1 Minute

09 = Fire Alarm or Trouble

34 = Code + [#] + 71 Key Entry

56 = XX Minutes (enter XX in field
1

74) *

10 = Interior W/Delay

35 = Code + [#] + 72 Key Entry

16 = Fire With Verification

36 = At Bell Timeout **

57 = YY Seconds
(enter YY in field
1

75) *

20 = Arming
-
STAY***

37 = 2 Times Bell Timeout **

21 = Arming
-
AWAY****

38 = Chime

58 = Duress

22 = Disarming (Code + Off)

39 = Fire Alarm

60 = Audio Alarm Verification (must be
selected for both START and
STOP operation)

23 =

No Alarm Response

40 = Bypassing


41 = AC Power Fail

*
Stop condition only
**
Or at Disarming, whichever occurs earlier

***
The output also activates when the partition is armed in the INSTANT mode

****
The output also activates when the partition is
armed in the MAXIMUM mode

P =

PARTITION No.
1
-8, 0 = Any

ZONE LISTS FOR OUTPUT DEVICES
– Programmed in the #93 Menu Mode in the Output Programming Section. Fill in
the required data on the worksheet below and follow the procedure shown earlier in this
Pr
ogramming Guide
as you enter
the data during the displays and prompts that appear in sequence. Up to 15 zone lists may be created

NOTE:


Record desired zone numbers below. More or fewer boxes than shown may be needed, as any list may include

any
or
all
of
system's zone numbers.

Zone List 1
: Started or stopped by zone numbers (enter 000 to end entries).
























































Zone Li
st 2:
Started or stopped by zone numbers (enter 000 to end entries).
























































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Zone L
ist 3:
Started or stopped by zone numbers (enter 000 to end entries).
























































Zone Li
st 4:
Started or stopped by zone numbers (enter 000 to end entries).
























































Zone Li
st 5:
Started or stopped by zone numbers (enter 000 to end entries).
























































Zone List 6:
Started or stopped by zone numbers (enter 000 to end entries).
























































Zone Li
st 7:
Started or stopped by zone numbers (enter 000 to end entries).
























































Zone Li
st 8:
Started or stopped by zone numbers (enter 000 to end entries).
























































Zone Li
st 9
: Started or stopped by zone numbers (enter 000 to end entries).
























































Zone Li
st 10:
Started or stopped by zone numbers (enter 000 to end entries).
























































Zone List 11:
Started or stopped by zone numbers (enter 000 to end entries).
























































Zone Li
st 12:
Started or stopped by zone numbers (enter 000 to end entries).
























































Zone Li
st 13:
Started or stopped by zone numbers (enter 000 to end entries).

























































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Zone
List 14:
Started or stopped by zone numbers (enter 000 to end entries).
























































Zone Li
st 15:
Started or stopped by zone numbers (enter 000 to end entries).
























































Scheduling Menu Prompts

To program schedules, enter Scheduling program mode by pressing
[User Code] + # + 80
to display the first choice of the
menu driven programming functions. See the “Installation and Setup Guide” for more instructions.

NOTE:
Only users with an Installer or Master level user code may enter the #80 mode.
Press
0
(NO) or
1
(YES) in response to the displayed menu selection. Pressing
0
will display the next choice in sequence.
Menu selections are as follows:
PROMPT

EXPLANA
TION



Time Window ?

1 = YES 0 = NO 0

For defining up to 20 time windows each with a start and a stop time programmed by entering the hours
and minutes.


O/C Schedules ?

1 = YES 0 = NO 0

For defining the daily open and close schedules for the eight
partitions. Each partition can be
programmed with an opening and closing window for each day of the week and holidays.


Holidays ?

1 = YES 0 = NO 0

For defining up to 16 holidays for which partitions they apply.

Timed Events ?

1 = YES 0 = NO 0

For defining up to 20 time driven events with the following parameters:



Time window



Action desired



Action specifier



Activation time


Days of the week


Access Sched. ?

1 = YES 0 = NO 0

For defining the limitation of access schedules for the user codes. Each schedule can be programmed
with two window for each day of the week and holidays

#80 & #81 MENU MODE KEY COMMANDS

The following is a list of commands used while in the Menu
mode.

#80 or #81

Enters Menu mode

[

]
Serves as ENTER key. Press to have keypad accept entry.

[#]

Backs up to previous screen.

0
Press to answer NO.

1
Press to answer YES.

01-
09
All data entries are either 2
-digit entries.
00

Exits Menu mode, returns to normal operation mode when entered at the first question for each category.
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Scheduling Worksheets

Time Windows Definitions Worksheet
The system provides 20 time windows that are defined with start and stop times.
They are programmed in the #80 Menu Mode. Fill in the required data on the worksheet below and follow the procedure
in the installation instructions as you enter the data during the displays and prompts that appear in sequence.

Time Window
Number

Start Time

(HH:MM
)

Stop Time

(HH:MM)

1



2



3



4



5



6



7



8



9



10



11



12



13



14



15



16



17



18



19



20



(Keep this worksheet handy, as you will be asked for a given time window number later in this section).



Because the time windows are shared among all partitions, it is important to make sure that
changing a time window does not adversely affect desired actions in other partitions.

Daily Open/Close Schedule Worksheet
Using the time windows previously defined,

fill in the required data on the
worksheet below and follow the procedure in the installation instructions as you enter the data during the displays and
prompts that appear in sequence.

Part

Mon

Tues

Wed

Thur

Fr
i
Sat

Sun

Hol


Op

Cl

Op

Cl

Op

Cl

Op

Cl

Op

Cl

Op

Cl

Op

Cl

Op

Cl

1

















2

















3

















4

















5

















6

















7

















8


















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Holiday Schedule Worksheet
The system provides up to 16 holidays that can be assigned for the system. Each holiday
can be assigned to any combination of partitions. Fill in the required data on the worksheet below and follow the
proce
dure in the installation instructions as you enter the data during the displays and prompts that appear in
sequence.

HOL

Partition


Month/Day

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

1

/









2

/









3

/









4

/









5

/









6

/









7

/









8

/









9

/









10

/









11

/









12

/









13

/









14

/









15

/









16

/









Time
-Driven Event Worksheet
The system provides up to 20 time
-driven events that can be programmed for the system.
Fill in the required data on the worksheet below and follow the procedure in the installation instructions as you enter the
data during the displays and prompts that appear in sequence.

Sched

Time

Day(s)

Action

Action

Activation

Num.

Window

M

T

W

T

F

S

S

H

Desired

Specifier

Time

1












2












3












4












5












6












7












8












9












10












11












12












13












14












15












16












17












18












19












20












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-
SIA/250BPT PROGRAMMING GUIDE

Below is a list of the "Action" codes (desired actions) used when programming time
-driven events. Note that these
codes are independent of the "relay codes" programmed during the #93 Menu Mode
–Output Programming mode.
If
using Time Driven Events, the follo
wing menu items must first be programmed using #93 Menu Mode -
Output
Programming:

Enter Relay No.

(reference
identification number)

Relay Group

(if applicable)

Restriction


Relay Type

(V
-Plex
or
4204)

Zone No.
(V
-Plex)

ECP Address

(4204)

Relay No.

(4204)

Relay commands

Action Specifier for comman
ds 01
-05 is Relay No.; Action Specifier for commands 06
-10 is Relay Group No.

01 = Relay On
02 = Relay Off


03 = Relay Close for 2 seconds

04 = Relay Close XX minutes (field 1*74)

05 = Relay Close YY seconds (field 1*75)

06 = Relay Group On



07 = Relay Gr
oup Off

08 = Relay Group Close for 2 seconds


09 = Relay Group Close XX minutes (field 1*74)

10 = Relay Group Close YY seconds (field 1*75)


Arm/Disarm commands

Action Specifier for commands 20
-24 is Partition(s). Activation
times 1 (Beginning), 2 (End), 3 (During), 5 (Random
Start), 6 (Random End), 7 (Random During) are the only valid choices for auto
-arming and disarming functions.

20 = Arm
-Stay


21 = Arm Away

22 = Disarm

23 = Force Arm Stay (Auto-
bypass faulted zns)


24 = Force Arm Away (Auto-
bypass faulted zns)

25 = Arm Instant

26 = Arm Maximum

Bypass commands
Action Specifier for commands 30
-31 is Zone List #,
Activation times 1 (Beginning), 2 (End), 3 (During), 5 (Random
Start), 6 (Random End), 7
(Random During) are the only valid choices for bypass commands.

30 = Auto bypass -
Zone list

31 = Auto unbypass -
Zone list

Open/Close Windows

Action Specifier for commands 40
-41 is Partition(s), and for 42 is Access Group.
Activation time 3 (During)
is the only
valid choice for these commands.

40 = Enable Opening Window
41 = Enable Closing Window

42 = Enable Access Window


Access Control Commands

Action Specifier for commands 55
-60 is Access Point, for 61
-66 is Group, for 67
-72 is Partition, and for 73
-74 is Trigger.

55 = Access Point Grant

56 = Access Point Grant with Override

57 = Access Point Protect

58 = Access Point Bypass

59 = Access Point Lock

60 = Access Point Exit

61 = Access Point Group Gran
t
62 = Access Point Group Grant with Override

63 = Access Point Group Protect

64 = Access Point Group Bypass

65 = Access Point Group Lock

66 = Access Point Group Exit

67 = Access Point Partition Grant

68 = Access Point Partition Grant with Override

69 = Access Point Protect by Partition

70 = Access Point Bypass by Partition
71 = Access Point Lock by Partition

72 = Access Point Exit by Partition

73 = Access Point Trigger On

74 = Access Point Trigger Off
Additional Commands

Action Specifier for command
s 77 and
78 is Group.

77 = Access Point Group Enable

78 = Access Point Group Disable


Activation time

Refers to when the action is to take place relative to the time window.

1 =

Beginning of time window

2 =

End of time window
3 =

During ti
me window active period only (On at
beginning of window, off at end).

4 =

Beginning and end of time window

5 =

Random Start of the time window *

6 =

Random End of the time window *

7 =

Random During the time window *


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* The activation time of the window is randomized up to 30 minutes and is initialized by either of two methods:

a.

[User Code]

+
[#]

+
[41]


Initiates the random schedule for all devices in the partition.

b.

[User Code]

+
[#]

+
[42]


Initiates the random schedule for all devices in the partition with a time window within
6 PM and 5 AM.

Limitation of Access Worksheet
The system provides up to eight
Access Schedules that can be programmed for the
system. Fill in the required data on t
he worksheet below and follow the procedure in the installation instructions as you
enter the data during the displays and prompts that appear in sequence.

Acc

Mon

Tues

Wed

Thurs

Fri

Sat

Sun

Hol

Sch

W1

W2

W1

W2

W1

W2

W1

W2

W1

W2

W1

W2

W1

W2

W1

W2

1

















2

















3

















4

















5

















6

















7

















8

















Temporary Schedule
#81 Menu Mode
. The system provides a Temporary Schedule for each partition. Enter the
temporary scheduling mode by pressing
[Installer Code] + [#] + [81]
. Fill in the required data on the worksheet below and
follow the procedure in the installation inst
ructions as you enter the data during the displays and prompts that appear in
sequence.


Partition/Windows

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Sat

Sun

1
Disarm Window









Start Time

HH:MM









Stop Time

HH:MM









Arm Window








Start Time

HH:MM









Stop Time

HH:MM








2
Disarm Window









Start Time

HH:MM









Stop Time

HH:MM









Arm Window








Start Time

HH:MM









Stop Time

HH:MM








3
Disarm Window









Start Time

HH:MM









Stop Time

HH:MM









Arm Window








Start Time

HH:MM









Stop Time

HH:MM









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-
SIA/250BPT PROGRAMMING GUIDE


Partition/Windows

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Sat

Sun

4
Disarm Window









Start Time

HH:MM









Stop Time

HH:MM









Arm Window








Start Time

HH:MM









Stop Time

HH:MM








5
Disarm Window









Start Time

HH:MM









Stop Time

HH:MM









Arm Window








Start Time

HH:MM









Stop Time

HH:MM








6
Disarm Window









Start Time

HH:MM









Stop Time

HH:MM









Arm Window








Start Time

HH:MM









Stop Time

HH:MM








7
Disarm Window









Start Time

HH:MM









Stop Time

HH:MM









Arm Window








Start Time

HH:MM









Stop Time

HH:MM








8
Disarm Window









Start Time

HH:MM









Stop Time

HH:MM









Arm Window









Start Time

HH:MM









Stop Time

HH:MM











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