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K14488PRV3 10/12 Rev B


ADEMCO VISTA SERIES
VISTA-21iP / VISTA-21iPSIA
Security Systems




Programming Guide









































K14488PRV3 10/12 Rev B


2



RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PROPER PROTECTION

The Following Recommendations for the Location of F
ire and Burglary Detection
Devices Help Provide Proper Coverage for the Protec
ted Premises.

Recommendations For Smoke And Heat Detectors
With regard to the number and placement of smoke/he
at detectors, we subscribe to the recommendations
contained in the National Fire Protection Associati
on's (NFPA) Standard #72 noted below.

Early warning fire detection is best achieved by th
e installation of fire detection equipment in all r
ooms and
areas of the household as follows: For minimum prot
ection a smoke detector should be installed outside
of
each separate sleeping area, and on each additional
floor of a multi-floor family living unit, includi
ng
basements.
The installation of smoke detectors in kitchens, at
tics (finished or unfinished), or in garages is not

normally recommended.

For additional protection the NFPA recommends that
you install heat or smoke detectors in the living r
oom,
dining room, bedroom(s), kitchen, hallway(s), attic
, furnace room, utility and storage rooms, basement
s and
attached garages.
In addition, we recommend the following:
• Install a smoke detector inside every bedroom whe
re a smoker sleeps.
• Install a smoke detector inside every bedroom whe
re someone sleeps with the door partly or completel
y
closed. Smoke could be blocked by the closed door.
Also, an alarm in the hallway outside may not wake
up
the sleeper if the door is closed.


DINING
KITCHEN
BEDROOM
BEDROOM
BEDROOM
BEDROOM
LIVING ROOM
BEDROOM
BDRM
DINING
LIVING ROOM
TV ROOM
KITCHEN
BEDROOM
BEDROOM
TO
BR
LVNG RM
BASEMENT
KTCHN
.
CLOSED
DOOR
GARAGE
Smoke Detectors for Minimum Protection
Smoke Detectors for Additional Protection
Heat-Activated Detectors
BDRM
floor_plan-001-V1


• Install a smoke detector inside bedrooms
where electrical appliances (such as
portable heaters, air conditioners or
humidifiers) are used.
• Install a smoke detector at both ends of a
hallway if the hallway is more than 40 feet
(12 meters) long.
• Install smoke detectors in any room where
an alarm control is located, or in any room
where alarm control connections to an AC
source or phone lines are made. If detectors
are not so located, a fire within the room
could prevent the control from reporting a
fire or an intrusion.

THIS CONTROL COMPLIES WITH NFPA
REQUIREMENTS FOR TEMPORAL PULSE
SOUNDING OF FIRE NOTIFICATION
APPLIANCES.



Recommendations For Proper Intrusion Protection
For proper intrusion coverage, sensors should be lo
cated at every possible point of entry to a home or

commercial premises. This would include any skyligh
ts that may be present, and the upper windows in a
multi-level building.
In addition, we recommend that radio backup be used
in a security system so that alarm signals can sti
ll be
sent to the alarm monitoring station in the event t
hat the telephone lines are out of order (alarm sig
nals are
normally sent over the phone lines, if connected to
an alarm monitoring station).


3


TABLE OF CONTENTS


PROGRAMMING MODE COMMANDS .........................
...................................................
........................................ 4

DATA FIELD PROGRAMMING FORM .......................
...................................................
........................................... 5

Configurable Zone Types Worksheets ................
...................................................
............................................. 10

*56 ZONE PROGRAMMING MENU MODE ....................
...................................................
..................................... 11

*58 EXPERT ZONE PROGRAMMING MODE ..................
...................................................
................................... 11

WIRELESS KEY PROGRAMMING & TEMPLATES ..............
...................................................
............................. 12

*57 FUNCTION KEY PROGRAMMING ......................
...................................................
......................................... 12

*79 OUTPUT DEVICE MENU MODE .......................
...................................................
............................................ 13

*80 OUTPUT FUNCTION MENU MODE .....................
...................................................
........................................ 13

*81 ZONE LIST MENU MODE ...........................
...................................................
..................................................
13

*82 ALPHA DESCRIPTOR PROGRAMMING ..................
...................................................
................................... 14

*29 INTERNAL DEVICE MENU MODE .....................
...................................................
.......................................... 15

SETTING SCHEDULES .................................
...................................................
...................................................
... 19

AVS SYSTEM ENABLE AND QUICK PROGRAMMING COMMANDS ..
...................................................
............ 19

UPLOADING/DOWNLOADING VIA THE INTERNET ............
...................................................
............................. 20

ZONE TYPE DEFINITIONS..............................
...................................................
...................................................
. 21

SCHEDULES WORKSHEET ...............................
...................................................
................................................ 22

*56 ZONE PROGRAMMING WORKSHEET ....................
...................................................
.................................... 23

*57 FUNCTION KEY WORKSHEET ........................
...................................................
............................................ 25

OUTPUT RELAYS WORKSHEET FOR

∗∗

79,

∗∗

80 and

∗∗

81. ...............................................
.................................... 25

*81 ZONE LISTS WORKSHEET ..........................
...................................................
................................................ 26

*80 OUTPUT DEFINITIONS ............................
...................................................
...................................................
.. 27

5800 SERIES TRANSMITTER INPUT LOOP IDENTIFICATION .
...................................................
....................... 29

TABLE OF DEVICE ADDRESSES .........................
...................................................
............................................. 30

UL NOTICES ........................................
...................................................
...................................................
............. 30

SIA QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE .........................
...................................................
............................................... 30

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (FCC) PART 15 STA
TEMENTS ...........................................
..... 31

TELEPHONE/MODEM INTERFACE .........................
...................................................
.......................................... 31

WARNING - THE LIMITATIONS OF THIS ALARM SYSTEM ....
...................................................
......................... 32

4


TO ENTER PROGRAMMING MODE
(using an alpha keypad connected to the control)
:

Compatibility: This document applies to systems wit
h microprocessor version 4.21 or higher.

A.
POWER UP, then press [
Q
] and [#] at the same time, within 50 seconds of po
wering up (this method must be used if
Q
98
was used to exit program mode).
OR

B.
:Enter Installer Code (4112) then 8 0 0.

PROGRAMMING MODE COMMANDS
Task

Command/Explanation

Go to a Data Field

Press [

∗∗

] + [Field Number], followed by the required entry.

Entering Data

When the desired field number appears, simply make
the required entry. When the last entry
for a field is entered, the keypad beeps three time
s and automatically displays the next data
field in sequence. If the number of digits that you
need to enter in a data field is less than the
maximum digits available (for example, the phone nu
mber fields *41, *42), enter the desired
data, then press [

] to end the entry. The next data field number is
displayed.

Review a Data Field

Press [#] + [Field Number].
Data will be displayed for that field number. No ch
anges will be accepted in this mode.

Deleting an Entry

Press [

∗∗

] + [Field Number] + [

∗∗

].
(Applies only to fields

40 thru *46, *94, and pager fields)

Initialize Download ID

Press

∗∗

96.
Initializes download ID and subscriber account num
ber.

Reset Factory Defaults

Press

∗∗

97.
Sets all data fields to original factory default va
lues.

Zone Programming

Press

∗∗

56.
Zone characteristics, report codes, alpha descript
ors, and serial numbers for 5800
RF transmitters.

Function Key Programming

Press

∗∗

57.
Unlabeled keypad keys (known as ABCD keys) for spe
cial functions

Zone Programming
(Expert Mode)

Press

∗∗

58.
Same options as *56 mode, but with fewer prompts.
Intended for those familiar
with this type of programming, otherwise *56 mode i
s recommended.

Output Device Mapping

Press

∗∗

79.
Assign module addresses and map individual relays/
powerline carrier devices

Output Programming

Press

∗∗

80.
4229 or 4204 Relay modules, Powerline Carrier devi
ces, or on-board triggers

Zone List Programming

Press

∗∗

81.
Zone Lists for relay/powerline carrier activation,
chime zones, pager zones, etc.

Alpha Programming

Press

∗∗

82.
Zone alpha descriptors

IP/GSM Programming

Press

∗∗

29.
For programming the IP/GSM options.

Exit Program Mode with
installer code lockout

Press

∗∗

98.
Exits programming mode and
prevents
re-entry by: Installer Code + 8 + 0 + 0.
To reenter programming mode, the system must be pow
ered down, then powered up. Then
use method A above. See field *88 for other *98 Pro
gram mode lockout options.

Exit Program Mode
Press

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99.
Exits programming mode and
allows
re-entry by: Installer Code + 8 + 0 + 0 or
method A above.

Scheduling Mode
Enter code + [#] + 64.
Create schedules to automate various system functi
ons.

Site-Initiated Download
Installer code + [#] + 1
(perform while system is disarmed and in normal mo
de)


USING REMOTE SERVICES

This control supports Remote Interactive Services (
RIS)
such as Total Connect 2.0, Tuxedo/Z-Wave scenes, an
d
Home Automation (Control 4, 4232CBM), if supported
by
the communication service in use.

Remote Interactive Services is automatically enabl
ed in
the control; device address 25 is automatically ass
igned.

Use programming field

189 to enable a remote services
emulated keypad address.

Use

29 Menu mode to enable the communication
device.

If using Total Connect 2.0, use AlarmNet 360 to pr
ogram
the device and enable TC2 services. Be sure to “sen
d”
the programming data to the Communicator.

SPECIAL PROGRAMMING MESSAGES

••

OC
= OPEN CIRCUIT (no communication between
Keypad and Control).

••

EE
or
ENTRY ERROR
= ERROR (invalid field number
entered; re-enter valid field number).

••


After powering up,
AC, dI
(disabled) or “
Busy Standby

vx.x
(firmware revision)
Dl
will be displayed after
approximately 4 seconds. This will revert to a “
Ready

message in approximately 1 minute, which allows PIR
S,
etc. to stabilize.
You can bypass this delay by pressing [#] + [0].

••


If
E4
or
E8
appears, more zones than the expansion
units can handle have been programmed. The display
will clear after you correct the programming.

AVS QUICK PROGRAMMING COMMANDS (for AAV sessions us
ing the AVS system)
The following commands automatically configure the
control for AVS operation.


installer code + [#] + 03
: enable AVS operation


installer code + [#] + 04
: enable AVS operation and enable panel sounds on t
he AVST speaker


installer code + [#] + 05
: remove all programming options set by [#] + 03 qu
ick command


installer code + [#] + 06
: remove all programming options set by [#] + 04 qu
ick command
Refer to the AVS SYSTEM ENABLE and QUICK PROGRAMMIN
G COMMANDS section for details on the specific opti
ons
that are set with each command, depending on the co
ntrol used.
To select the AAV session communication path (phone
line/communication device), see field

55 Dynamic Signaling Priority.
To enable AAV operation, use

91 Options field (option 4).

IMPORTANT:
The Real-Time Clock must be set before the end of t
he installation. See procedure in the Setting
the Real-Time Clock section of this manual.


5


DATA FIELD PROGRAMMING FORM
Entries apply to the ADEMCO VISTA-21iP/VISTA-21iPSI
A controls, except where noted, certain fields have
special settings for use with the
VISTA-21iPSIA (indicated by
V21iPSIA
with heavy borders and reverse type throughout for
easy identification).
Entry of a number other than one specified will giv
e unpredictable results. Values shown in brackets a
re factory defaults.
SIA Guidelines:
Notes in certain fields give instructions for prog
ramming the standard VISTA-21iP for False Alarm Red
uction.
IMPORTANT! Make sure the Real-Time Clock is set bef
ore the end of the installation
.


SIA Installations:
The VISTA-21iPsia is a certified SIA-compliant cont
rol that meets SIA specifications for False Alarm R
eduction. The
VISTA-21iP is not certified as SIA compliant, but c
an be programmed for False Alarm Reduction. To prog
ram for False Alarm Reduction,
follow the SIA Guidelines noted in the applicable p
rogramming fields.




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20

Installer Code

[4112] | | |



4 digits, 0000–9999

For security purposes, the factory default instal
ler code should be
changed.

∗∗

21

Quick Arm Enable

[0,0]









0 = no; 1 = yes
Part. 1 Part.2

∗∗

22

RF Jam Option

[0]






0 = no RF Jam detection; 1 = send RF Jam report

UL: must be 1 if wireless devices are used



∗∗

23

Quick (Forced) Bypass

[0,0]










0 = no quick bypass
UL: must be “0”

Part. 1 Part. 2

1 = allow quick bypass (code + [6] + [#] )

∗∗

24

RF House ID Code

[00,00,00]

|
|

|


00 = disable all wireless keypad usage Part. 1 Pa
rt. 2
Common

01–31 = using 5827, 5827BD or 5804BD keypad

∗∗

26

Chime By Zone /

[6, 7]










KP Sound Enables
1
2
For each entry, enter the sum of the desired option
s. Example Entry 1:
for Chime by Zone and System Low Battery sounding,
enter 5. To
enable all options, enter 7.
Entry 1
0 = no “entry 1” keypad trouble sounds, AND no chim
e by zone
(keypad chimes on fault of any entry/exit or perime
ter zone when
chime mode is on)
1 = Chime by Zone enabled
2 = Communication Device (LRR) trouble sounding ena
bled (if
VISTA-GSM4G module installed)
4 = System Low Battery sounding enabled
7 = select all entry 1 options

Entry 2
0 = no “entry 2” keypad trouble sounds
1 = RF Supervision sounding enabled
2 = RF Low Battery sounding enabled
4 = RF Jam sounding enabled
7 = select all entry 2 options

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27

Powerline Carrier Device (X–10)

[0]






House Code


0 = A; 1 = B; 2 = C; 3 = D; 4 = E; 5 = F; 6 = G
; 7 = H; 8 = I; 9 = J;
#10 = K; #11 = L; #12 = M; #13 = N; #14 = O; #15 =
P

UL: not for fire or UL installations



∗∗

28

Access Code For Phone Module

[00]

|



00 = disable;

(Partition 1 only)

1st digit: enter 1–9; 2nd digit: enter # + 11 for "
Q
", or # + 12 for "#".

UL: must be “00” for UL Commercial Burg. installa
tions




∗∗

29

Menu Mode for IP/GSM Enable
This is a Menu Mode command, not a data field, for
programming IP/GSM
options. See respective section later in this docum
ent.


∗∗

31

Single Alarm Sounding Per Zone

[0]






0 = unlimited sounding (bell output); 1 = one alarm
sounding per zone
V21iPSIA:
If “0” selected, “alarm sounding per zone” will be
the same
as the “number of reports in armed period” set in f
ield *93 (1 if one
report, 2 if 2 reports, unlimited for zones in zone
list 7).


∗∗

32

Fire Alarm Sounder Timeout

[0]






0 = sound stops at timeout; 1 = no timeout UL: mus
t be “1” for fire install.



∗∗

33

Alarm Sounder (Bell) Timeout

[1]






0 = none; 1 = 4 min; 2 = 8 min; 3 =12 min; 4 = 16
min
UL: For residential fire alarm installation, must b
e set for a
minimum of 4 min (option 1); for UL Commercial Burg
lary
installations, must be minimum 16 min (option 4)



∗∗

34

Exit Delay

[60,60]

|

|


00 - 96 = 0 - 96 secs; 97 = 120 secs
Part. 1
Part.
2

SIA Guidelines: minimum exit delay is 45 seconds
V21iPSIA:
45 - 96 = 45 - 96 secs; 97 = 120 secs
NOTE: Entries less than 45 will result in a 45-seco
nd delay.

UL: see inst. instr. for requirements. Common z
ones use part. 1 delay.


∗∗

35

Entry Delay #1

[30,30]

|
|


Common zones use same delay as partition 1.

Part. 1
Part. 2

00 - 96 = 0 - 96 seconds; 97 = 120 secs; 98 = 180 s
ecs; 99 = 240 secs

SIA Guidelines: minimum entry delay is 30 seconds
V21iPSIA:

30-96 = 30 - 96 secs; 97 = 120 secs; 98 = 180 secs;
99 = 240 secs
NOTE: Entries less than 30 will result in a 30-seco
nd delay.
For UL Residential Burglary Alarm installations, mu
st be set for a
maximum of 30 seconds; entry delay plus dial delay
should not
exceed 1 min. For UL Commercial Burglar Alarm, tota
l entry delay
may not exceed 45 seconds.


∗∗

36

Entry Delay #2

[30,30]

|

|


See *35 Entry Delay 1 for entries.
Part. 1
Part. 2



∗∗

37

Audible Exit Warning

[1,1]










0 = no; 1 = yes (SIA Guidelines: must be enabled)
Part. 1 Part. 2
V21iPSIA:
Feature always enabled; field does not exist.


∗∗

38

Confirmation Of Arming Ding

[0,0]










0 = no; 1 = yes (wired keypads and RF)
Part. 1 Pa
rt. 2

2 = yes, RF only (except 5827/5827BD)

UL: must be “1” for UL Commercial Burglar Alarm in
st.



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39

Power Up In Previous State

[1]






0 = no, always power up disarmed; 1 = yes, power up
in previous state

UL: must be “1” SIA Guidelines: must be “1”

V21iPSIA:
Feature always enabled; field does not exist.


DIALER PROGRAMMING (
Q
40 –
Q
42)
Do not fill unused spaces. Enter 0–9; #+11 for '
Q
'; #+12 for '#'; #+13 for a 2-
second pause. If fewer than the maximum digits ente
red, exit the field by
pressing [
V
]. The next data field number is displayed.


∗∗

40

PABX Access Code or

| | | | |

Call Waiting Disable
Enter up to 6 digits. To clear entries,
press
Q
40
Q
. If call waiting is used, enter call waiting disa
ble digits “


(#+11) 70” plus “# + 13” (pause).
NOTES:
1. The call waiting disable feature cannot be used
on a PABX line.
2. Using Call Waiting Disable on a non-call waiting
line will
prevent successful communication to the central sta
tion.
V21iPSIA:
If call waiting is used, enter call waiting disabl
e digits as
described above, and also set Call Waiting Disable
option in field *91.


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41

Primary Phone No.
| | | | | | | |
| | | | | | | |
| | |



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42

Secondary Phone No.
| | | | | | | |
| | | | | | | |
| | |



Enter up to 20 digits. To clear entries, press
Q
41
Q
or
Q
42
Q
respectively
.
NOTE:

For fields *43 thru *46:
Enter 0–9; #+11 for B; #+12 for C; #+13 for D;
#+14 for E; #+15 for F. Enter
[
Q
]

as the fourth digit if a 3-digit account number
(for 3+1 dialer reporting format) is used. Enter 0
as the first digit of a 4-digit
account number for Nos. 0000-0999. Exit field by pr
essing
Q
if only 3 digits are
used. E.g., For Acct.
B234
, enter: #+11 + 2 + 3 + 4


6



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43

Partition 1 Primary Acct. No.


| | | / | | | | |


[FFFFFFFFFF] Enter 4 or 10 digits, as
chosen in *48 Report Format. See box above. To clea
r entries, press
*
43
*.

∗∗

44

Part. 1 Secondary Acct. No.
(see field *43 for entries)


| | | / | | | | |

[FFFFFFFFFF] To clear, press
*
44
*
.


∗∗

45
Partition 2 Primary Acct. No.
(see field *43 for entries)


| | | / | | | | |

[FFFFFFFFFF] To clear, press
*
45
*
.


∗∗

46

Partition 2 Secondary Acct. No.
(see field *43 for entries)


| | | / | | | | |
[FFFFFFFFFF] To clear, press
*
46
*
.


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47

Phone System Select
[1]







If Cent. Sta.
is not

on a WATS line: 0=Pulse Dial; 1=Tone Dial;

if Cent. Sta.
is
on

a WATS line: 2 = Pulse Dial ; 3 = Tone Dial


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48

Report Format
[77]










0 = 3+1, 4+1 ADEMCO L/S STANDARD
primary seconda
ry


1 = 3+1, 4+1 RADIONICS STANDARD; 2 = 4+2 ADEMCO L/
S STAND.

3 = 4+2 RADIONICS STANDARD

5 = 10-digit ADEMCO CONTACT ID® REPORTING

6 = 4+2 ADEMCO EXPRESS

7 = 4-digit ADEMCO CONTACT ID® REPORTING

8 = 3+1, 4+1 ADEMCO L/S EXP.; 9 = 3+1, 4+1 RADIONI
CS EXP.

∗∗

49

Split/Dual Reporting
[0]







0 = Standard/backup reporting only (all to primary
)

Primary Phone No.

2nd Phone No.


1 = Alarms, Restore, Cancel
Others

2 = All except Open/Close, Test
Open/Close, Test

3 = Alarms, Restore, Cancel
All

4 = All except Open/Close, Test
All

5 = All
All


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50

Burglary Dialer Delay
[2,0]










Delay Time:

Delay Time
V21iPSIA


0 = no delay UL: must be “0”

Delay Disable


1 = 15 seconds; 2 = 30 seconds; 3 = 45 seconds
SIA Guidelines: delay must be minimum of 15 seconds

V21iPSIA:

Delay Time:
1 = 15 seconds; 2 = 30 seconds; 3 = 45 seconds

Delay Disable:
0 = use delay set in entry 1

1 = dial delay disabled for zones listed in zone l
ist 6 (use zone list 6
to enter those zones that require dial delay to be
disabled;
these zones ignore the setting in entry 1)
UL: Dial delay plus entry delay must not exceed one
minute; use zone
list 6 to disable dial delay from appropriate zones
, if necessary.



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53

SESCOA/Radionics Select
[0]







0 = Radionics (0-9, B-F); enter “0” for all non-SE
SCOA formats

1 = SESCOA (0-9 only reporting)

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54

Dynamic Signaling Delay
[0]







Select delay from 0 to 225 secs, in 15-sec increme
nts.

0 = no delay (both signals sent); 1 = 15 secs; 2 =
30 secs, etc.

NOTE: If

55 is set to “0,” use min. 30 sec to avoid redundan
t IP
report.

However, this value may need to be adjusted (ex. 45
secs)
depending on the reporting environment.
For UL Burglar Alarm installations with Line Securi
ty, must be “0”

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55

Dynamic Signaling Priority /
[0]







AAV Enable


0 = Primary Dialer first/ using AAV via phone line


1 = IP/GSM module first / not using AAV

NOTE
: Dynamic signaling applies only to the primary pho
ne number.
Reports intended for the secondary phone number are
not sent via the
communication device.
For UL Commercial Burglary installations that use a
DACT and
IP/GSM, this field must be “0”.



∗∗

56
,

∗∗

57
,

∗∗

58

Menu Modes
These are Menu Mode commands, not data fields, for
Zone Programming,
Function Key Programming, and Expert Mode Zone Prog
ramming respectively.
See page 2 and respective sections later in this do
cument.



TO PROGRAM SYSTEM STATUS, & RESTORE REPORT CODES (

∗∗

59 thru

∗∗

68, *70 thru

∗∗

76, and

∗∗

89):
For 3+1 or 4+1 Standard Format:
Enter a code in the
first
box: 1–9, #+10 for
0, #+11 for B, #+12 for C, #+13 for D, #+14 for E,
#+15 for F.
A 0 (
not
#+10) in the
first
box will disable a report. A 0 (
not
#+10) in the
second
box will result in automatic advance to the next f
ield.
For Expanded or 4+2 Format:
Enter codes in
both
boxes (1st and 2nd digits)
for 1–9, 0, or B–F, as described above.
A 0 (
not
#+10) in the
second
box will eliminate the expanded message for
that report. A 0 (
not
#+10) in
both
boxes will disable the report.
For Ademco Contact ID® Reporting:
Enter any digit (other than 0) in the
first

box, to enable zone to report (entries in the
second
boxes are ignored).
A 0 (
not
#+10) in the
first
box disables the report.
UL: see installation instructions for requirements


SYSTEM STATUS REPORT CODES
(
Q
59–
Q

68)

∗∗

59

Exit Error Alarm Report Code

[0]





See above for entries.
V21iPSIA:
[1] Always enabled.

∗∗

60

Trouble Report Code

[10] |



∗∗

61

Bypass Report Code

[00] |



∗∗

62

AC Loss Report Code

[10] |



∗∗

63

Low Bat Report Code

[10] |



∗∗

64

Test Report Code

[00] |


Use Scheduling mode to set periodic test reports,
or use the following
key commands:

installer code +[#] + [0] + 0 = test report sent
every 24 hours

installer code +[#] + [0] + 1 = test report sent
once per week

installer code +[#] + [0] + 2 = test report sent
every 28 day

Each mode sets schedule 32 to the stated repeat op
tion; first test report
sent 12 hours after command.

∗∗

65

Open Report Code
[0,0,0]














Part. 1
Part. 2 Common

∗∗

66

Arm Away/Stay Rpt Code






























[0,0,0,0,0,0]


Away
Stay
Away
Stay
Away
Stay

Part. 1
Part. 2
Common


∗∗

67

RF Trans. Low Bat Report Code

[00] |


UL: must be enabled if wireless devices are used

∗∗

68

Cancel Report Code

[00] |



V21iPSIA:
[10] Report enabled.


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69

Recent Closing Report Code

[11] |

V21iPSIA:
Always enabled.
Field does not apply to other controls.

RESTORE REPORT CODES (
Q
70 –
Q
76)

∗∗

70

Alarm Restore Rpt Code

[0]







∗∗

71

Trouble Restore Rpt Code

[00] |



∗∗

72

Bypass Restore Rpt Code

[00] |



∗∗

73

AC Restore Rpt Code

[00] |



∗∗

74

Low Bat Restore Rpt Code

[00] |



∗∗

75

RF Trans. Lo Bat Rst Rpt Code

[00] |

UL: must be enabled if wireless devices are used

∗∗

76

Test Restore Rpt Code

[00] |


OUTPUT AND SYSTEM SETUP (
Q
77 –
Q
93)

∗∗

77

Daylight Saving Time

[3][11]

|



Start/End Month


0 = Disabled

1-12 = January-September (1 = Jan, 2 = Feb, etc)

#+10 = October; #+11 = November; #+12 = December



7



∗∗

78

Daylight Saving Time

[2][1]

|



Start/End Weekend


0 = disabled; 1 = first; 2 = second; 3 = third; 4
= fourth;

5 = last; 6 = next to last; 7 = third to last


∗∗

79
,
*80
,
*81
,
*82

Menu Modes

These are Menu Mode commands, not data fields, for
Output Device Mapping,
Output Programming, Zone List Programming, and Alph
a Programming
respectively.


∗∗

84

Auto Stay Arm
[3]







0 = no; 1 = partition 1 only; 2 = partition 2 only
; 3 = both partitions


∗∗

85

Cross Zone Timer
[0]







This option not for use in UL installations.


(assign cross zones on zone list 4, using *81 Menu
mode)


0 = 15 seconds
6 = 2-1/2 min
#+12 = 8 min

1 = 30 seconds
7 = 3 min
#+13 = 10 min


2 = 45 seconds
8 = 4 min
#+14 = 12 min


3 = 60 seconds
9 = 5 min
#+15 = 15 min


4 = 90 seconds
#+10 = 6 min


5 = 2 minutes #+11 = 7 min

NOTE:
Cross zoning takes effect only after Exit Delay ex
pires.

∗∗

86

Cancel Verify Keypad Display
[1]







0 = no “alarm canceled” display

1 = display “Alarm Canceled” when system is disarm
ed after an alarm
has occurred. (To clear the “ALARM CANCELED” displa
y, the
user must enter the security code + OFF again.)
NOTE:
Applies only when the Dialer is selected as the pr
imary
communication path (

55 = 0).

∗∗

87

Misc. Fault Delay Time
[0]







(used with Configurable Zone Types “digit 6”)


0 = 15 seconds
6 = 2-1/2 min
#+12 = 8 min

1 = 30 seconds
7 = 3 min
#+13 = 10 min


2 = 45 seconds
8 = 4 min
#+14 = 12 min


3 = 60 seconds
9 = 5 min
#+15 = 15 min


4 = 90 seconds
#+10 = 6 min

5 = 2 minutes
#+11 = 7 min
UL: may only be used on non-burglar alarm/ non-fire
alarm zones
when used in fire and/or UL burglar alarm installat
ion



∗∗

88

Program Mode Lockout Options
[0]






0 = standard *98 installer code lockout (reentry on
ly by [

] + [#] within
50 seconds after power up)
1 = lockout [

] + [#] reentry after *98 exit (reenter via install
er code or
downloader only)
2 = lockout local programming after *98 exit (reent
er by downloader
only)


∗∗

89

Event Log Full Report Code
[00]

|



See box above field *59 for report code entries.


∗∗

90

Event Log Enables
[3]







NOTE
:

System messages are logged when any non-zero entry
is made.


0 = None

1 = Alarm/Alarm Restore

2 = Trouble/Trouble Restore

4 = Bypass/Bypass Restore

8 = Open/Close.
Example:
To select “Alarm/Alarm Restore”, and
“Open/Close”, enter 9 (1 + 8); To select all, ente
r #15.


∗∗

91

Option Selection

[8, 0]











Entry 1 Options

Options
V21iPSIA


0 = None


Call Wait Disable



1 = Bell Supervision Processing

4 = AAV

UL: must use ADEMCO UVCM module or Honeywell AVS
system

8 = Exit Delay Restart/Reset UL: must be disabled
“Exit Delay Restart/Reset” option allows use of the
[

] key to restart the exit
delay at any time when the system is armed STAY or
INSTANT. This feature
also enables automatic exit delay reset, which rese
ts exit delay if the
entry/exit door is re-opened and closed before exit
delay time expires after
arming AWAY. Automatic Exit Delay Reset occurs only
once during an armed
AWAY period.

SIA Guidelines: Exit Delay should be enabled.

#+12 = AAV and Exit Delay Restart/Reset

IMPORTANT:
AAV should not be used when Paging or Alarm
Reports are sent to a secondary number unless the m
onitoring zone
option is used (which pauses calls). Otherwise, the
call to the
secondary number by the communicator after the alar
m report will
prevent the AAV from taking control of the telephon
e line, and the
AAV “Listen in” session cannot take place.


∗∗

91

Option Selection (continued)


V21iPSIA:
Entry 1 Options:
Same as V21iP above.

Entry 2 Call Waiting Disable:
0 = call waiting not used

1 = use call waiting disable digits (

70) entered in field

40;
(when selected, the system dials the entry in

40 only on
alternate dial attempts; this allows proper dialing
in case call
waiting service is later canceled by the user).


∗∗

92

Phone Line Monitor Enable

[0,0]










UL: see Inst. Instructions for requirements

1
2



Entry 1:
: 0 = disabled, 1-15 = 1 min - 15 min

(#+10 = 10 min; #+11 = 11 min; #+12 = 12 min; #+13
= 13 min; #+14
= 14 min; #+15 = 15 min)

Entry 2
:

0 = Keypad display when line is faulted

1 = Keypad display plus keypad trouble sound

2 = Same as “1”, plus programmed output device STA
RTS. If either
partition is armed, external sounder activates also
.



NOTE:
If “2” selected, Output Device must either be prog
rammed
to be STOPPED in field
Q
80 or STOPPED by Code + # + 8 +
output number.


∗∗

93

Reports In Armed Period

[1,0]











Per Zone

(Swinger Suppression)

Restrict

V21iPSIA


Restrict Report Pairs:

Report Pairs
Unlimited

0 = Unlimited Reports

Reports Enable

1 = 1 report pair

2 = 2 report pairs
SIA Guidelines: Must be set for
option 2.


V21iPSIA:

Restrict Report Pairs:
1 = 1 report pair; [2 = 2 report pairs]

Unlimited Reports Enable:
0 = restrict reports to the setting in entry 1

1 = unlimited reports for zones listed in zone li
st 7; (use zone list 7
to enter those zones that require unlimited reporti
ng; these
zones ignore the setting in entry 1)


DOWNLOAD INFORMATION (
Q
94,
Q
95)

∗∗

94

Download Phone No.

| | | | | | | | |
| | | | | | | | | |


Enter up to 20 digits, 0–9; #+11 for '
Q
'; #+12 for '#'; #+13 for a 2-
second pause. Do not fill unused spaces. If fewer t
han 20 digits, exit
field by pressing
Q
. To clear entries from field, press
Q
94
Q
.
UL: downloading may be performed only if a technici
an is at the site.
Up/downloading via the Internet has not been evalua
ted by UL.

∗∗

95

Ring Count For Downloading

[15]




NOTE:
Do not enter “0” if using 4286 Phone Module.

0 = Disable Station Initiated Download;
1–14 = number of rings (1–9, # +10 =10, # +11 =11,
# +12 =12, # +13 =13, # +14 =14);
15 = answering machine defeat (# +15 =15).



∗∗

96
,

∗∗

97
Initialize/Reset Defaults


This is a command, not a data field. See page 2.


∗∗

98
, *99
Exit Commands


This is a command, not a data field. See page 2.

PAGER OPTIONS (
Q
160-
Q
172)

∗∗

160

Pager 1 Phone No.

| | | | | | | | |
| | | | | | | | | |


Enter up to 20 digits. 0–9; #+11 = '
Q
'; #+12 = '#'; #+13 = 2-sec pause

∗∗

161

Pager 1 Characters

| | | | | | | |
| | | | | | |


Enter the optional prefix characters, up to 16 dig
its.

0–9; #+11 = '
Q
'; #+12 = '#'; #+13 = 2-second pause.


∗∗

162

Pager 1 Report Options

[0,0,0]













For each partition, select from the following:
P1
P2 common


0 = no reports sent

1 = Opens/closes all users

4 = All alarms and troubles

5 = All alarms / troubles, and opens/closes for al
l users

12 = Alarms / troubles for zones entered in zone l
ist 9

13 = Alarms / troubles for zones entered in zone l
ist 9, and
opens/closes for all users



8




∗∗

163

Pager 2 Phone No.

| | | | | | | | |
| | | | | | | | | |


Enter up to 20 digits. 0–9; #+11 = 'Q'; #+12 = '#'
; #+13 = 2-sec pause

∗∗

164

Pager 2 Characters

| | | | | | | |
| | | | | | |


Enter the optional prefix characters, up to 16 dig
its.

0–9; #+11 = '
Q
'; #+12 = '#'; #+13 = 2-second pause.


∗∗

165

Pager 2 Report Options

[0,0,0]
















P1
P2 common


See field *162 for reporting options. Select for e
ach partition (use zone
list 10 if using options 12 or 13).



∗∗

166

Pager 3 Phone No.

| | | | | | | | |
| | | | | | | | | |



Enter up to 20 digits. 0–9; #+11 = '
Q
'; #+12 = '#'; #+13 = 2-sec pause


∗∗

167

Pager 3 Characters

| | | | | | | |
| | | | | | |


Enter the optional prefix characters, up to 16 dig
its.

0–9; #+11 = '
Q
'; #+12 = '#'; #+13 = 2-second pause.


∗∗

168

Pager 3 Report Options

[0,0,0]
















P1
P2 common


See field *162 for reporting options. Select for e
ach partition (use zone
list 11 if using options 12 or 13).



∗∗

169

Pager 4 Phone No.

| | | | | | | | |
| | | | | | | | | |



Enter up to 20 digits. 0–9; #+11 = '
Q
'; #+12 = '#'; #+13 = 2-sec pause


∗∗

170

Pager 4 Characters

| | | | | | | |
| | | | | | |


Enter the optional prefix characters, up to 16 dig
its.

0–9; #+11 = '
Q
'; #+12 = '#'; #+13 = 2-second pause.


∗∗

171

Pager 4 Report Options

[0,0,0]
















P1
P2 common


See field *162 for reporting options. Select for e
ach partition (use zone
list 12 if using options 12 or 13).



∗∗

172

Pager Delay Option For Alarms

[3]





0 = none; 1 = 1 minute; 2 = 2 minutes; 3 = 3 min
utes

This delay is for ALL pagers in the system.

MISCELLANEOUS SYSTEM FIELDS (*174-*181)


∗∗

174

Clean Me Reporting Options

[0]





(for ESL smoke detectors)


0 = disable; 1 = Clean Me signal reports;

NOTE:

If Clean Me is enabled, you must enter “3” in fiel
d
Q
56
programming for zone 1 response time.


∗∗

177

Device Duration 1, 2

[0] [0]



(used in *80 Menu mode-Device Actions 5/6)

1
2


0 = 15 seconds
6 = 2-1/2 min
#+11 = 7 min

1 = 30 seconds
7 = 3 min
#+12 = 8 min

2 = 45 seconds
8 = 4 min
#+13 = 10 min

3 = 60 seconds
9 = 5 min
#+14 = 12 min

4 = 90 seconds
#+10 = 6 min
#+15 = 15 min

5 = 2 minutes


∗∗

181

50/60 Hertz AC Operation

[0]





0 = 60 Hz; 1 = 50 Hz


CONFIGURABLE ZONE TYPE OPTIONS (*182-*185)
(see Configurable Zone Type Worksheet on page 10)



∗∗

182

Configurable Zone Type 90

















1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Enter the appropriate value for each entry, 1-10, b
ased on the charts
provided on the next page. Each entry is the sum of
the values of its
selected options

(0-9, #+10=10, #+11=11, #+12=12, #+13=13, #+14=14,
#+15=15).
UL: Do not configure zones as a fire alarm or UL b
urglar alarm zone.



∗∗

183

Zone Type 90 Report Codes
IMPORTANT:
Use existing Contact ID® codes, if appropriate, or

define unique codes in CID code range 750-789. See
important note
in installation instructions.

90 ALARM ID: XXX
TROUBLE ID: XXX

Enter the desired 3-digit Contact ID® report codes
for alarms and
troubles occurring on zones assigned to this zone t
ype. Enter the
codes sequentially (all 6 digits). When entering di
gits, [#] moves
cursor back, [

] moves forward.
NOTE:
Zone alarm report codes (prompt in

56 Menu mode) and
trouble report code (

60) and relevant restore codes (

70,

71) must
be enabled in order for the configurable zone type
codes to be
reported.
Press [

] when done to continue.

∗∗

184

Configurable Zone Type 91


















1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

See

182 for entries. Press [

] when done to continue.
UL: Do not configure zones as a fire alarm or UL b
urglar alarm zone.



∗∗

185

Zone Type 91 Report Codes
IMPORTANT:
Use existing Contact ID® codes, if appropriate, or

define unique codes in CID code range 750-789. See
important note
in installation instructions.

91 ALARM ID: XXX
TROUBLE ID: XXX

See *183 for entries. Press [

] when done to continue.


∗∗

188

Keypad Lockout

[1]





0 = disable

1 = enable
Alpha keypad display
:
Line 1 “User Code Error:”
Line 2 “Keys 0-9 Locked”

Fixed Glass keypad display
:
“CE” (Code Error)

If enabled
:

The system locks out the keypad for 15 minutes if
30 keystrokes
are made without a valid user code being detected.

(30 keystrokes = 6 attempts of code + command)

While locked out, the message "User Code Error" is
displayed on
alpha keypads in the partition that is locked out.


Upon lockout, a message is transmitted to the cent
ral station
(Contact ID event 461 Wrong Code Entry), as well as
being
logged in the event log.

When the 15-minute lockout window expires, a Resto
re message
is sent to the Central Station and entered into the
Event Log.

Lockout period ends and the display clears when lo
ckout time
expires, or an alarm occurs, or entry delay begins.


If disabled
:

“Wrong Code Entry” (event 461) message is added to
Event Log.

No report is sent to the central station.

No message is displayed on the keypad.

No restore event is entered in the event log.



9



KEYPAD OPTIONS *189-*196
KEYPAD NOTES
:
1. Options for keypad 1, address 16 are set by the
factory and cannot be
changed.
2. Each keypad must be assigned a unique address.
Keypads programmed
with the same address will give unpredictable resul
ts.
3. If using Remote Services (IP/GSM feature), one
of the keypad addresses
may be used for limited Remote Services features, t
hough a physical
keypad is not installed. See

29 Menu Mode section for enabling Remote
Services.


∗∗

189

Touch Screen Device








(
AUI)

Enable

[1] [1] [0] [0]

AUI 1 AUI 2 AUI 3 AUI 4


System supports up to four touch screen style key
pads (e.g.,
Symphony Advanced User Interface, and 6270 Touch Sc
reen Keypad).
AUI Compatibility Note:
To ensure proper AUI device operation, use
AUI devices with the following rev levels: 6270 ser
ies use version
1.0.9 or higher; 8132/8142 (Symphony) series use ve
rsion 1.1.175 or
higher.

Device Addresses:


Touchscreen device 1: Must set to 1

Touchscreen device 2: Must set to 2

Touchscreen device 3: Must set to 5

Touchscreen device 4: Must set to 6



Enter each touch screen keypad’s home partition op
tion 0-7:


For Touchscreen device usage

0 = disable

1 = partition 1

2 = partition 2

3 = partition 3 (common)


For Remote Services device usage

5 = part. 1 (auto-stay arm disabled)

6 = part. 2 (auto-stay arm disabled)

7 = part. 3 (common; auto-stay arm disabled)

Note for Remote Services Devices:
If using the Remote Services feature of
the communication device, select an option 5-7, dep
ending on the partition the
Remote Services device is associated with (these op
tions automatically disable
auto-stay arming when the system is armed from the
respective Remote
Services device). Refer to the communication device
’s installation instructions
for details on enabling the Remote Services feature
.


∗∗

189

Touch Screen Device (continued)


Remote Services Device Address:
Using an AUI device address
for Remote Services provides enhanced remote servic
es features,
but an actual AUI device cannot use the same addres
s. If no AUI
addresses are available (all four AUIs are being us
ed), Total
Connect 2 cannot be used for remote services. Howev
er, Total
Connect 1 can be used by choosing an available stan
dard keypad
address and using the appropriate keypad address fi
eld *190 - *196
to select the Remote Services operating partition (
some remote
access features will be unavailable).


NOTES:

1. Use of touch screen style keypads does not affe
ct the number
of standard keypads supported.

2. If using Remote Services (IP/GSM feature), one
of the touch
screen (AUI) addresses may be used for enhanced Rem
ote
Services feature set, though a physical touch scree
n is not
installed. See

29 Menu Mode section for enabling Remote
Services
.


∗∗

190

Keypad 2 Device Address 17

[1] [0]






Entry 1: Partition/ Enable

Part. Sound

For Standard Keypad usage
0 = disable
1 = partition 1
2 = partition 2
3 = partition 3 (common)

For Remote Services device usage (see note below)
5 = partition. 1 (auto-stay arm disabled)
6 = partition 2 (auto-stay arm disabled)
7 = partition 3 (common; auto-stay arm disabled)

Entry 2: Keypad Sounds

(for system trouble sound options, see

26)

0 = no suppression
1 = suppress arm/disarm and Entry/Exit beeps
2 = suppress chime beeps only
3 = suppress arm/disarm, Entry/Exit, and chime beep
s

Note for Remote Services Devices:
If using the Remote Services
feature of the communication device, select an opti
on 5-7,
depending on the partition the Remote Services devi
ce is associated
with (these options automatically disable auto-stay
arming when the
system is armed from the respective Remote Services
device). Refer
to the communication device’s installation instruct
ions for details on
enabling the Remote Services feature.

∗∗

191

Keypad 3 Device Address 18
[1] [0]




See field

190 for entries.
Partition
Sound




∗∗

192

Keypad 4 Device Address 19
[1] [0]




See field

190 for entries.
Partition
Sound




∗∗

193

Keypad 5 Device Address 20
[1] [0]




See field

190 for entries.
Partition
Sound




∗∗

194

Keypad 6 Device Address 21
[1] [0]




See field

190 for entries.
Partition
Sound




∗∗

195

Keypad 7 Device Address 22
[1] [0]




See field

190 for entries.
Partition
Sound




∗∗

196

Keypad 8 Device Address 23
[1] [0]




See field

190 for entries.
Partition
Sound




∗∗

197

Exit Time Display Interval
[0]





0 = no display; 1-5 = seconds between display refr
esh

NOTE:
If enabled and using only 2-digit fixed-word keypa
ds (e.g.,
6150RF), do not set exit delay time greater than 96
seconds. See Inst.
Instr. for explanation.


TOUCH SCREEN DEVICE NOTE:
If using more than one touch
screen device (e.g., 6280, TUXEDO) with the system,
leave field *197
Exit Time Display Interval set to the default value
“0.” The 6280
automatically displays remaining exit time in one-s
econd increments.


∗∗

198

Display Partition Number
[0]





(for Alpha Display Keypads)


0 = no; 1 = yes (partition no. appears on Alpha D
isplay)



∗∗

199

ECP Fail Display
[0]





0 = 3-digit display (“1” + device address)

1 = 2-digit fixed-display as “91”



10


Configurable Zone Types Worksheets
Configurable zone types 90 and 91 can be programmed
via downloader software or from a keypad using dat
a fields*182-
*185. Configurable zone types 92 and 93 can only be
programmed using the downloader software.

Programming Configurable Zone Type options involves
making 10 entries in data field *182 for zone type
90 and field *184 for
zone type 91, where each entry represents the sum o
f the values of the various options shown in the ta
bles below. Use fields
*183 and *185 to program Contact ID report codes fo
r these zone types.


ENTRY 1

(See note 5 for RF zones)

ENTRY 2

(See note 5 for RF zones)

Response when system disarmed and zone is:
Auto
Restore

Vent Zone
Intact EOL
RF zone normal
Open
RF zone N/A
Shorted
RF zn off-normal
0 = normal
1 = alarm
2 = trouble
3 = fault
0 = normal
4 = alarm
8 = trouble
12 = fault


0 = normal
1 = alarm
2 = trouble
3 = fault
see note 6
0 = no
4 = yes
0 = no
8 = yes
Entry 1 = EOL + Open
Entry 2 = Short + auto resto
re + vent zone

ENTRY 3

(See note 5 for RF zones)


ENTRY 4

(See note 5 for RF zones)

Response when armed STAY and zone is:
Byp. when
disarmed
Byp. when
armed
Intact EOL
RF zone normal

Open
RF zone N/A

Shorted
RF zn off-normal

0 = normal
1 = alarm
2 = trouble
3 = fault


0 = normal
4 = alarm
8 = trouble
12 = fault


0 = normal
1 = alarm
2 = trouble
3 = fault
see note 6
0 = no
4 = yes

0 = no
8 = yes

Entry 3 = EOL + Open
Entry 4 = Short + byp. disar
med + byp. armed

ENTRY 5

(See note 5 for RF zones)


ENTRY 6

(See note 5 for RF zones)

Response when armed AWAY and zone is:
Dial Delay
(see field *50)
Fault Delay
(see field *87)
Intact EOL
RF zone normal

Open
RF zone N/A

Shorted
RF zn off-normal

0 = normal
1 = alarm
2 = trouble
3 = fault
0 = normal
4 = alarm
8 = trouble
12 = fault
0 = normal
1 = alarm
2 = trouble
3 = fault
see note 6
0 = no
4 = use delay

0 = no
8 = use delay

see note 1
Entry 5 = EOL + Open
Entry 6 = Short + dial delay
+ fault delay

ENTRY 7


ENTRY 8


Display Faults

Power Reset/
Verification
Use Entry
Delay 1/2
Use Exit
Delay
Respond as
Interior Type
0 = show alarms
when armed
& disarmed
1 = don’t show
alarms when
armed
(show
alarms, trbles,
faults when
disarmed)

3 = never show
any alarms,
trbles, faults
0 = no
4 = power reset
after fault
(by code + OFF)

12 = verification

(see zone
type 16)
0 = no
1 = delay 1
2 = delay 2
0 = no
4 = use exit
delay
0 = no
8 = yes

see note 2
Entry 7 = fault display + power
reset/verification

Entry 8 = entry delay 1/entry delay 2 + exit delay
+
interior zone type

ENTRY 9


ENTRY 10

Alarm Sounds

Use Bell
Timeout
Respond as
Fire Zone
Trouble
Sounds
Chime when
Chime Mode On

0 = none
1 = steady
keypad
2 = steady bell
and keypad
3 = pulsing bell
and keypad
0 = no
4 = yes

see fields *32,
*33
0 = no
8 = yes

see zone type
09; see note 4
0 = none
1 = periodic
beep
2 = trouble
beeps
0 = no
4 = yes
Entry 9 = alarm sounds + bell timeout + fire zone

Entry 10 = trouble sounds + chime


Entries for Fields *182 and *184

Entry Zone Type 90
Zone Type 91

(field *182)
(field *184)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

To calculate the value for each entry:

Simply add the values of the selected options
in each of the entry’s columns (one option per
column). For example, to program Entry 2 for
“alarm response to short,” “auto restore on,”
but not a “vent zone,” enter 5 (“1” for alarm
short + “4” for auto restore yes + “0” for vent
zone no).


OPEN
SHORTED
INTACT
EOL
ZONE-003-V0

Zone Conditions Represented
in Entries 1-6

NOTES:
1. Do not use the “fault delay” option with a
configurable zone type if it is set for an
entry or exit delay, otherwise
unpredictable results may occur.
2. To create an interior type zone, select
“respond as interior zone type” (entry 8,
interior type = yes), and set zone
response to “fault” in entries 3-4 to ensure
fault displays; do not set as “normal,”
“alarm,” or “trouble.”
3. Do not set fire zones to respond as a
“fault” (entries 1-6), otherwise faults will
not display unless the [

] key is pressed.
4. 4219/4229 modules must use EOLRs or
unpredictable results may occur.
5. RF Zones: The “open” option in entries 1,
3, and 5 is not applicable for RF zones.
Use the “intact EOL” option for normal RF
zone conditions and “shorted” for off-
normal RF zone conditions.
6. a. Zone-Doubling/Double-Balanced: A
short on either zone of a zone-doubled
pair or on a double-balanced zone
causes a tamper condition.

b. For double-balanced zones, this entry
must be “0.”

c. For zone-doubled zones,
both
zones
of the doubled pair must be assigned
the
same response to a short.


11


*56 ZONE PROGRAMMING MENU MODE
(press *56 while in Program mode)
Each protection zone needs to be programmed with va
rious attributes using

56 Zone Programming mode or

58 Expert Programming Mode.
For each of the following prompts, make the desired
entry, followed by the [

] key to accept the entry.
Refer to the Installation and Setup Guide for detai
led explanations for each prompt.


SET TO CONFIRM?
0 = no; 1 = yes (See XMIT TO CONFIRM prompt later i
n this section.)
We
recommend that you confirm the programming of every
transmitter.

ENTER ZN NUM.
01-64, 91, 92, 95, 96, 99

To quit,
enter 00 to quit (returns to data field mode).


SUMMARY SCREEN:
System displays a summary of the entered zone’s cur
rent programming.
Press [

] to continue.


ZONE TYPE
00 = Not used
07 = 24-Hr Audible
20 = Arm–STAY*
01 = Entry/exit #1
08 = 24-Hr Aux
21 = Arm–AWAY*
02 = Entry/exit #2
09 = Fire
22 = Disarm*
03 = Perimeter
10 = Interior w/Delay
23 = No Alarm Resp

04 = Interior Follower
12 = Monitor Zone
24 = Silen
t Burglary
05 = Trouble Day/Alarm Night 14 = Carbon Monoxide 7
7 = Keyswitch
06 = 24-Hr Silent
16 = Fire w/Verify
81 = AAV Monit
or



Zone
*5800 button-type transmitters only
90-91 = Configu
rable

PARTITION
1, 2, or 3-common

REPORT CODE
1-9, 10 for 0, 11 for B, 12 for C, 13 for D, 14 for
E, 15 for F
For Contact ID®, enter any non-zero entry as the fi
rst digit to enable
reporting for this zone.
To disable the report code for this zone, enter 00.


HARDWIRE TYPE
Appears only for zones 02-08. Zone 1 is automatical
ly set for EOL
operation. Enter the desired hardwire type:
0 = EOL; 1 = NC; 2 = NO; 3 = zone doubling (ZD); 4
= double-balanced
(DB)

RESPONSE TIME
For hardwired zones 01-08. Enter the desired respon
se time for this zone:
0 = 10mSec; 1 = 350mSec; 2 = 700mSec; 3 = 1.2 secs
(see field

174).
NOTE: If zone doubling is being used, the response
time selected for zones
02-08 automatically applies to each zone’s associat
ed doubled zone.

INPUT TYPE
Skipped for zones 2-8, and for zones 10-16 if zone-
doubling enabled. Enter
the input type: 2 = AW (Aux wired zone); 3 = RF (su
pervised RF);
4 = UR (unsupervised RF); 5 = BR (unsupervised butt
on type)
NOTE: To change the input type of a previously prog
rammed wireless
device to a wired zone, you must first delete the t
ransmitter’s serial number.

INPUT S/N
Enroll the transmitter’s serial number and loop num
ber as follows:
1. a. Transmit two open/close sequences (for button
-type transmitters,
press and release the button twice, waiting about 4
seconds before
pressing the button the second time).
OR
b. Manually enter the 7-digit serial number printe
d on the label of the
transmitter. Press the [

] key to move to the “L” position, then enter
the loop number.
Use the [A] (Advance) and [B] (Back) keys to move
the cursor forward
and back within the screen. Pressing the [C] (Copy)
key will insert the
previously enrolled serial number, if desired (used
when programming
a transmitter with several input loops).
To delete an existing serial number, enter 0 in the
loop number
field. The serial number will change to 0's. If 0 w
as entered in error,
simply re-enter the loop number or press [#], and t
he serial number
will return to the display.
2. Press [

] to continue. The system now checks for a duplicat
e serial/loop
number.
If no duplicate is found, the display shows the se
rial number and loop
number.
3. Press [

] to continue to confirmation screen.




(prompts continued in next column)


XMIT TO confirm
Appears if you answered “Yes” at the “Set to Confir
m” prompt.
Activate the loop input or button that corresponds
to this zone.
Press [

] to continue.
If the serial/loop number transmitted does not matc
h the serial number
entered, a display showing the entered and the rece
ived serial/loop numbers
appears.
If so, activate the loop input or button on the tra
nsmitter once again. If a
match is not obtained, press the [#] key twice and
then enter (or transmit)
the correct serial number.

Press [

] to continue
If the serial number transmitted matches the serial
number entered,
the keypad will beep 3 times and a summary display
will appear,
showing that zone's programming. An “s” indicates
that a
transmitter’s serial number has been enrolled.
Press [

] to accept the zone information and continue.

PROGRAM ALPHA?
Press 1 if you want to program descriptors for the
zone now, and refer to the
*82 Descriptor Programming section for procedure. T
o program descriptors
later, enter 0 (no).
Press [

] to return to the ENTER ZN NUM prompt.




*58 EXPERT ZONE PROGRAMMING MODE
(press

∗∗

58 while in Data Programming mode)

58 Expert Programming mode provides a faster method
of zone
programming than *56 Menu mode, but is recommended
only for those who
have had previous experience in programming control
s of this type.
SET TO CONFIRM?
Select whether you want confirmation of wireless de
vice enrollment. (See
“XMIT TO CONFIRM” prompt later in this section.)
We recommend that
you confirm the programming of every transmitter.


SUMMARY SCREEN

Zn ZT P RC HW: RT
01 09 1 10 EL 1

(Typical for Zone 1, initial summary screen)

Zn

ZT P RC IN: L
10 00 1 10 RF: –
(Typical for entered zone number; zone 10 in this e
xample)

System displays summary of zone 1’s current program
ming.
Enter the zone number being programmed, then press
[

]. A summary
screen for that zone is displayed, along with any c
urrent programming
values, and the cursor moves to the Zone Type locat
ion. The cursor then
automatically moves to the next locations after eac
h entry is made.
Special Function Keys:

[A] (Advance) and [B] (Back) keys on the keypad mo
ve the cursor
within the screen.

[C] (Copy) key will insert the previous zone’s att
ributes, if desired.

[D] key starts the
Wireless Key Programming Templates
menu
(see Wireless Key Programming Templates section tha
t follows this
section).

Sequentially enter Zone Type (ZT), Partition (P), a
nd Report Code (RC; 0-9
only; use

56 menu mode for hex codes), then Hardwire Type (HW
) and
Response Time (RT) for basic wired zones 1-8
or
Input Device Type (IN) for
zones 9 and higher (Loop Number [L] is programmed a
t the INPUT S/N
prompt).
See *56 Zone Programming Menu Mode section describe
d earlier for entry
values.

Press [

] to save the programming and continue. If needed,
press the [#]
key to back up without saving.


For wireless devices (input types RF, UR, BR), con
tinue to the INPUT
S/N (serial number/loop number) and XMIT TO CONFIRM
prompts
described earlier in the
*56 Zone Programming Menu Mode
section.
When done, the display returns to the initial summa
ry screen prompt to
let you program the next zone.


For wired devices, the display returns to the init
ial summary screen
prompt to let you program the next zone.


To Quit,
enter 00 at the zone number location and press [

].



12


WIRELESS KEY PROGRAMMING & TEMPLATES
(press the [D] key from

∗∗

58 Menu mode Summary Screen)
This procedure programs the wireless keys,
but a key is not active for arming/disarming until
it is assigned to a user number
(see
System Operation
section, Assigning Attributes Command in the Insta
llation Instructions).

To program a wireless key,
do the following:
1. Use Zone programming mode to manually program a
zone for each button being used on the wireless ke
y.


OR, use the Template program mode described below
to automatically program each button (loop) to a zo
ne type based on the selected
wireless key template number. Wireless key zone num
bers range from zone 49-64.

2. Enroll the wireless key serial number into the
system.

3. Assign the wireless key to a user number if it
is intended to arm/disarm the system. Refer to the
assigning attributes command in the

System Operation
section of the Installation Instructions manual.


TEMPLATE ?
Enter desired template number 1–6 (see chart below)
, then press [

] to
continue.
To exit the Template screen, press [#]. The system
returns to the *58 Menu
mode Summary Screen.


TEMPLATE SUMMARY
L 01 02 03 04
T 23 22 21 23

The selected template is displayed.
The top line represents loop numbers, the bottom li
ne represents each
loop’s zone type.
Press [

] to accept template and continue.

PARTITION

Enter the partition (1, 2) in which the key is to b
e active.
Press [

] to continue.


ENTER START ZONE
The system displays the lowest zone number of the h
ighest available
consecutive 4-zone group.
To start at a different zone number, enter the zone
desired, and press [

]. If
the system has four consecutive zones beginning wit
h that zone, the zone
number is displayed. If not, the system will again
display a suggested zone
that can be used.
If the required number of consecutive zones is not
available at all, the
system will display “00”.

Press [

] to accept.

Continue to the INPUT S/N (serial number/loop numbe
r) and XMIT TO
CONFIRM prompts described earlier in the
*56 Menu Mode
section.
IMPORTANT:
When confirmed, the key is not active for arming/
disarming until it is assigned to a user number (us
ing the assigning
attributes command, attribute “4”). See System Oper
ation section in
Installation Instructions.

When done, the keypad beeps three times and the dis
play returns to the
ENTER START ZONE prompt to let you enter the starti
ng zone for the next
wireless key.

Wireless Key Predefined Default Templates
Template Number

Loop
Function
Zone Type
Template Number
Loop
Function
Zone Type
TEMPLATE 1
1
No Response
23
TEMPLATE 4
1
No Respons
e
23

2
Disarm
22

2
No Response
23

3
Arm Away
21

3
Arm Away
21

4
No Response
23

4
Disarm
22
TEMPLATE 2
1
No Response
23
TEMPLATE 5
1
No Respons
e
23

2
Disarm
22

2
Arm Stay
20

3
Arm Away
21

3
Arm Away
21

4
Arm Stay
20

4
Disarm
22
TEMPLATE 3
1
24-hour audible
7
TEMPLATE 6
1
24-hour
audible
7

2
Disarm
22

2
Arm Stay
20

3
Arm Away
21

3
Arm Away
21

4
Arm Stay
20

4
Disarm
22

NOTE:
Some transmitters are not intended for use in UL in
stallations.


Deactivating & Removing a Wireless Key from the Sys
tem
Deactivate a wireless key by deleting the associate
d user code: Delete the User Code: Master code + [8
] + 2-digit user no. + [#] [0]

Remove a wireless key from the system by deleting o
ne of the wireless key zones using Zone Programming
mode:
1. Press

56 while in Program mode then enter a zone number a
ssigned to the wireless key.
2. Scroll through each prompt by pressing [

] until the Input S/N prompt appears.
3. Enter 0 for the loop number and press [

].
4. Exit program mode.

*57 FUNCTION KEY PROGRAMMING
(press

∗∗

57 while in Data Programming mode)
To assign emergency key functions (function key opt
ion “00”), first program the respective emergency z
one number (95 for “A” key, 96 for “C” key, 99 for
“B” key)
with the desired zone type using

56 Zone Programming mode, then use

57 Function Key menu mode to assign the desired key
.
To use a function key to activate a relay action (

57 Menu mode key function 07), use

79 Menu mode to map the output, and use

80 Menu mode to define the output’s
action; select system operation type “66.”
To use a function key for a user macro, use

57 menu mode to activate the desired key, then defi
ne the macro functions using the user code + [#] +
[6] [6] command.

PRESS KEY TO PGM
Press the desired function key to be programmed, A-
D, then press [

] to
continue.
When done, press 0 to exit this mode and return to
data field mode.
NOTE:
A key programmed as a function key is no longer av
ailable to be
used as an end-user macro key or panic key.

PARTITION
Enter the partition (1-3) in which this function ke
y will be active.

KEY "A" FUNC
Enter the desired function for this key:
00 =
For the Function key selected, the functions a
re pre-defined as
follows (default):

If A selected = Zone 95 (emergency key, same as [
1] [

] pair)

If B selected = Zone 99 (emergency key, same as [

] [#] pair)

If C selected = Zone 96 (emergency key, same as [
3] [#] pair)

If D selected = Single-button paging
KEY "A" FUNC (continued)

01 = Single-button paging (sends a 999-9999 message
to pager)
02 = Display time
03 = Arm AWAY (reports as User 00 if closing report
s are enabled)
04 = Arm STAY (reports as User 00 if closing report
s are enabled)
05 = Arm NIGHT-STAY (reports as User 00 if closing
reports enabled)
06 = Step Arming (arms STAY, then NIGHT-STAY if en
abled, then AWAY)
07 = Output Device Command (for device programmed
as system
operation type 66 in *80 Menu Mode)
08 = Communication Test (sends Contact ID code 601
)
09 -12= Macro Keys 1-4 respectively (defined by [#]
[6] [6] command)


Press [

] to continue; returns to key number prompt with th
e next function
key letter displayed.




13


*79 OUTPUT DEVICE MENU MODE
(press

∗∗

79 while in Programming mode)
Use *79 Menu Mode to assign output numbers and map
them to
device addresses.
The system also provides installer-defined output f
unctions, which can be
assigned to any of the physical outputs. The action
of any one of the outputs
can be based on as many of these functions as desir
ed. Use

80 Menu
Mode to define output functions.

ENTER OUTPUT NO.
01-18 = relays/X-10
[

] to continue
OUT NORM LOW
(appears only for triggers 17/18)

0 = no (standard default); sets the output level no
rmally high
1 = yes; sets the output normally low (can be used
for resetting 4-wire
smoke detectors)
[

] to return to Output Number prompt
Power Reset:
This control does not automatically reset power to
4-wire
smoke detector zones, so you must use a relay (e.g.
, 4204, 4229) or
on-board trigger to reset power (also required for
fire verification).
OUTPUT TYPE
0 = delete; 1 = relay (skip to “B” prompt); 2 = Pow
erline Carrier device (skip
to “A” prompt)
[

] to continue.
A: UNIT No.
(if X-10 was selected as Output Type)

Enter the unit code (01-16, set at the device).


[

] to return to the Output Number prompt continue
B: MODULE ADDR
(if relay was selected as Output Type)

Enter the predefined address for this module (07-15
; see Table of Device
Addresses later in this manual).
Make sure the module’s DIP switches are set to the
selected address.
NOTE:
If using Multi-Mode (IP/GSM feature), select one o
f the 4204
addresses, though a physical 4204 module is not ins
talled at the selected
address. If using 2-4204 multi-mode option, the sec
ond 4204 address is
automatically one number higher than the first one
selected. Make sure
these addresses are not used by physical 4204 modul
es that may be
installed. See

29 Menu Mode section for enabling Multi-Mode.
[

] to continue

REL POSITION

(actual relay number on module)

For 4204 modules, relay numbers are 1-4. For 4229 m
odules, relay
numbers are 1-2.

NOTE:
If using multi-mode, program the relays to trigger
on those system
events to be sent to the user’s email address. (420
4 option = up to 4 events;
2-4204 option = up to 8 events) See

29 Menu Mode section for enabling
Multi-Mode.
[

] to return to the Output Number prompt for program
ming the next device


*80 OUTPUT FUNCTION MENU MODE
(press

∗∗

80 while in Programming mode)


Use this mode to program up to 48 output function d
efinitions that provide
automated control of any of the output devices, bas
ed on events occurring
on individual zones or zones assigned to certain zo
ne types.

OUTPUT FUNCT. #
Enter the output function number to be defined: 01-
48
[

] to continue; 00 = exit

SUMMARY SCREEN
01 A E P Trig
?00 0 0 – ZL=00
This screen displays a summary of the current outpu
t programming
A = Output Action; E = Triggering event; P = Partit
ion; Trig = Trigger type
Question mark indicates the device shown has not be
en mapped. Use *79
Menu mode to map the device.
[

] to continue
ACTIVATED BY
0 = delete (deletes the output function and any pre
vious programming); a
confirmation prompt appears.
To delete this output definition, press 1. If you d
o not want to delete this
output, press 0.
1 = zone list (go to “A” prompt); 2 = zone type (go
to “B” prompt); 3 = zone
number (go to “C” prompt)
Press [

] to continue


A
” (if zone list was selected)

ZN LIST
Enter the desired zone list number (01-08). At the
ENTER EVENT prompt,
enter the zone list event that will activate this o
utput (0 = restore; 1 = alarm;
2 = fault; 3= trouble)
Press [

] to continue and skip to the “Output Action” promp
t.


B
” (if zone type was selected)

ENTER ZN TYPE
Enter the desired zone type. See list below *80 Wor
ksheet for zone types.
At the PARTITION prompt, enter the partition in whi
ch this zone type will
occur (0 = any partition; 1 = partition 1; 2 = part
ition 2; 3 = partition 3).
Press [

] to continue and skip to the “Output Action” promp
t.

*80 Menu Mode
(continued)


C

(if zone number was selected)

ENTER ZN NO.
Enter the desired zone number, then press [

] to continue. At the ENTER
EVENT prompt, enter the zone event that will activa
te this output (0 =
restore; 1 = alarm/fault/trouble).
Press [

] to continue to the OUTPUT ACTION prompt


OUTPUT ACTION
0 = off; 1 = Close for 2 seconds; 2 = Close and Sta
y Closed; 3 = Continuous
Pulse 1 sec on and 1 sec off
4 = Change Device State; 5 = Duration 1 (see data f
ield *177); 6 = Duration
2 (see data field *177)
Press [

] to continue.


ENTER OUTPUT NO.
Enter the device output number (programmed in *79 M
enu Mode) you want
associated with this output.
01-16 = output no.; 17-18 = on-board triggers
Press [

] to continue.

SUMMARY SCREEN
A summary screen appears showing the programmed set
tings.
Press [

] to return to OUTPUT FUNCTION NUMBER prompt.


*81 ZONE LIST MENU MODE
(press *81 while in Programming mode)
Zone lists let you group individual zones for use w
ith certain system actions.

List
No.

Used for...

1, 2
general purpose (GP)
3
chime-by-zone (see field *26 to enable option)
4
cross zones (see note at right)
5
night stay zones
6
general purpose
V21iPSIA
: dial delay disable
7
general purpose
V21iPSIA
: unlimited reports
8
general purpose
9
zones that activate Pager 1
10
zones that activate Pager 2
11
zones that activate Pager 3
12
zones that activate Pager 4

Notes

Any list may include any or all of the system's zo
ne numbers.

A zone list can be assigned to more than one outpu
t relay.

Zone List 4: When creating zone list 4 for cross z
oning, include only
zones assigned to zone types 3, 4, or 5. Do not inc
lude zones that have
delays (entry/exit zones, interior w/delay) or 24-h
our zones, as these zone
types may produce unpredictable operation and may n
ot function as
intended. See field *85 for Cross Zone Timer option
.

Zone List 6:
V21iPSIA
: See field *50 for Dial Delay Disable option.

Zone List 7:
V21iPSIA
: See field *93 for Unlimited Reports option.


ZONE LIST NO.
Enter the zone list number (01-12) to program (or 0
0 to exit this mode).
Press [

] to continue.

ENTER ZN NUM.
Enter each zone number (01-64) to add to the zone l
ist, followed by pressing
[

] (example, 01

, 02

, 03

).
Press 00 to continue.


IMPORTANT:
Do not include fire zones in zone lists that are u
sed to STOP
device actions.

DEL ZN LIST?
0 = don’t delete list; current zone list remains sa
ved
1 = delete this zone list; All zones in the zone li
st will be deleted.
[

] to continue

DELETE ZONE?
0 = don’t delete zones; save the entire zone list a
nd return to the Zone List
No. prompt
1 = go to next prompt to delete zones
[

] to continue

ZN TO DELETE?
Enter each zone (01-64) to be deleted from the list
, following each with [

].
00 when done to return to the Zone List No. prompt.



14




*82 ALPHA DESCRIPTOR PROGRAMMING

PRE-DEFINED DESCRIPTORS
PROGRAM ALPHA
0 = no (quit Alpha mode)
1 = yes
Press [

] or [#] to continue.


CUSTOM WORDS
0 = no (continue to descriptor programming)
1 = yes (go to custom word programming)
Press 0 to program standard alpha descriptors. The
system will then display
the descriptor for zone 1.
To program custom words, press 1 (custom words are
described later).
Press [

] to continue.


∗∗

ZN 01
Descriptor screen for zone 1 appears. To program a
descriptor (up to 3 words)
for a zone, do the following:
1. Press [

] plus the desired zone number (existing descriptor
, if any, is
displayed), then press [

] plus the zone number again (flashing cursor).
2. a. Press [#] plus the 3-digit number from the Al
pha Vocabulary List on page
14 for the first word.
b. Press [6] to accept the word and move the curso
r for the next word.
3. Repeat steps 2a and 2b for the second and third
words (if used).
4. When all words have been entered, press [8] to s
ave the descriptor for that
zone. The flashing cursor disappears.
5. Repeat steps 1-4 to assign a descriptor for the
next zone.
6. When all descriptors have been entered, press [

] + 0 + 0 (or simply press
[#]) after the last descriptor has been saved to re
turn to the PROGRAM
ALPHA? prompt.
Enter 0 (no) at the prompt to exit this mode and r
eturn to Data Field mode.

ADDING CUSTOM WORDS (up to 10 words)
For custom words, the keys have the following funct
ions:
[4] moves cursor one space to the left.
[6] moves cursor one space to the right.
[8] saves the new word in the system's memory.

1. Select Custom Word mode (enter 1) when the promp
t “CUSTOM WORD ?” is
displayed.
2. Enter the number (01–10, or 11, 12, 13 for parti
tion descriptors– see below)
of the custom word or word string to be created, co
rresponding to index
numbers 245 - 254 respectively. A cursor appears at
the beginning of the
second line.

NOTE:
Custom words 8, 9, and 10 are “reminder words” tha
t can be
programmed to display using Scheduling Mode.
3. Refer to the Character (ASCII) Chart on the next
page.
Press [#], followed by the two-digit entry for the
first letter you would like to
display (e.g., # 6 5 for “A”).
Press [6] to advance the cursor to the right, in p
osition for the next
character.

To delete a character,
simply enter the SPACE character (#32) at the
unwanted character’s location.
4. Repeat Step 3 to create the desired word(s). Eac
h word can be a maximum
of 10 characters (except custom message/partition d
escriptor word numbers
11, 12, and 13, which can be a maximum of 16 charac
ters).
5. When the word is complete, press the [8] key to
save the custom word(s) in
the vocabulary list and return to the “CUSTOM WORD
?” display.
6. Repeat Steps 1–5 for other custom words to be en
tered. To change a
custom word, just overwrite it. When all words have
been programmed,
enter 0 at the “CUSTOM WORD ?” prompt to return to
the Program Alpha
prompt. Enter 0 again to exit Descriptor mode.

To Assign Partition/Custom Message Descriptors,
use Adding Custom
Words procedure, but: use the following word number
s in step 2:
11 = partition 1; 12 = partition 2; 13 = common lo
bby

ALPHA VOCABULARY LIST (For Entering Zone Descripto
rs)


000
(Word Space)



– A –
• 001
AIR

• 002
ALARM

∗∗



004
ALLEY

005
AMBUSH
• 006
AREA
• 007
APARTMENT
• 009
ATTIC

∗∗



010
AUDIO


– B –

• 012
BABY

∗∗


• 013
BACK

∗∗


• 014
BAR
• 016
BASEMENT

∗∗


• 017
BATHROOM

∗∗


• 018
BED
• 019
BEDROOM

∗∗



020
BELL
• 021
BLOWER
• 022
BOILER

023
BOTTOM

025
BREAK
• 026
BUILDING


– C –


028
CABINET


029
CALL


030
CAMERA

031
CAR

033
CASH

034
CCTV

035
CEILING

036
CELLAR
• 037
CENTRAL

038
CIRCUIT
• 040
CLOSED

∗∗


• 046
COMPUTER

047
CONTACT



– D –

• 048
DAUGHTERS

049
DELAYED
• 050
DEN

∗∗



051
DESK
• 052
DETECTOR

∗∗


• 053
DINING

∗∗




054
DISCRIMINATOR

055
DISPLAY

• 057
DOOR

∗∗


• 059
DOWN
• 060
DOWNSTAIRS

061
DRAWER
• 062
DRIVEWAY
• 064
DUCT


– E –

• 065
EAST

066
ELECTRIC

067
EMERGENCY


∗∗



068
ENTRY
• 069
EQUIPMENT
• 071
EXIT

∗∗



072
EXTERIOR


– F –

• 073
FACTORY

075
FAMILY
• 076
FATHERS
• 077
FENCE
• 079
FIRE

∗∗


• 080
FLOOR

∗∗



081
FLOW

082
FOIL
• 083
FOYER

084
FREEZER
• 085
FRONT

∗∗




– G –

• 089
GARAGE

∗∗


• 090
GAS

091
GATE
• 092
GLASS

093
GUEST

094
GUN



H –
• 095
HALL

∗∗


• 096
HEAT

098
HOLDUP

099
HOUSE



100
INFRARED
• 101
INSIDE

∗∗



102
INTERIOR

103
INTRUSION


– J –

104
JEWELRY


– K –
• 105
KITCHEN


∗∗



– L –

• 106
LAUNDRY

∗∗


• 107
LEFT

108
LEVEL
• 109
LIBRARY

∗∗


• 110
LIGHT

111
LINE
• 113
LIVING

∗∗


• 114
LOADING

115
LOCK

116
LOOP

117
LOW
• 118
LOWER


– M –

• 119
MACHINE

121
MAIDS

122
MAIN


∗∗


• 123
MASTER

∗∗


• 125
MEDICAL

∗∗



126
MEDICINE

128
MONEY

129
MONITOR
• 130
MOTHERS
• 131
MOTION

∗∗



132
MOTOR


– N –
• 134
NORTH

135
NURSERY


– O –

• 136
OFFICE

∗∗


• 138
OPEN

∗∗



139
OPENING
• 140
OUTSIDE

142
OVERHEAD


– P –


143
PAINTING
• 144
PANIC

∗∗



145
PASSIVE
• 146
PATIO

∗∗



147
PERIMETER
• 148
PHONE


150
POINT

151
POLICE


∗∗



152
POOL


∗∗


• 153
POWER



– R –


155
RADIO
• 156
REAR

157
RECREATION

159
REFRIGERATION

160
RF
• 161
RIGHT
• 162
ROOM

∗∗



163
ROOF


– S –


164
SAFE

165
SCREEN

166
SENSOR
• 167
SERVICE
• 168
SHED

∗∗



169
SHOCK
• 170
SHOP

∗∗



171
SHORT
• 173
SIDE

∗∗



174
SKYLIGHT

175
SLIDING


∗∗


• 176
SMOKE

∗∗


• 178
SONS
• 179
SOUTH

180
SPRINKLER
• 182
STATION


184
STORE
• 185
STORAGE

∗∗



186
STORY

190
SUPERVISED


∗∗



191
SUPERVISION

192
SWIMMING

193
SWITCH


– T –

194
TAMPER

196
TELCO

197
TELEPHONE
• 199
TEMPERATURE

200
THERMOSTAT
• 201
TOOL

202
TRANSMITTER


– U –

• 205
UP
• 206
UPPER
• 207
UPSTAIRS

∗∗


• 208
UTILITY

∗∗





– V –

209
VALVE

210
VAULT

212
VOLTAGE


– W –


213
WALL

214
WAREHOUSE
• 216
WEST
• 217
WINDOW

∗∗


• 219
WING

220
WIRELESS


– X –

222
XMITTER


– Y –


223
YARD


– Z –


224
ZONE (No.)
• 225
ZONE

∗∗


• 226
0
• 227
1
• 228
1ST

∗∗


• 229
2
• 230
2ND

∗∗


• 231
3
• 232
3RD

∗∗


• 233
4
• 234
4TH
• 235
5
• 236
5TH
• 237
6
• 238
6TH
• 239
7
• 240
7TH
• 241
8
• 242
8TH
• 243
9
• 244
9TH


245
Custom Word #1

246
Custom Word #2

247
Custom Word #3

248
Custom Word #4

249
Custom Word #5

250
Custom Word #6

251
Custom Word #7

252
Custom Word #8

253
Custom Word #9

254
Custom Word #10

Note:

Bulleted (

) words in
boldface type
are those that are also available for use by the 4
286 Phone Module. If using a Phone module,
and words other than these are selected for Alpha d
escriptors, the module will not provide annunciatio
n of those words.

Italicized
words followed by an asterisk indicate those words
supported by the 6160V/6150V Voice Keypads
CHARACTER (ASCII) CHART (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


– 15 –
*29 INTERNAL DEVICE MENU MODE
(for Programming IP and GSM Module Options)

This mode programs the Internet connection (IP) and
VISTA-GSM4G
Module configuration, collectively referred to as t
he Internal Device.
NOTE:
The Internal Device is automatically set to addres
s 3 and cannot be
changed.

IMPORTANT:
The use of the IP connection or the VISTA-GSM4G
module requires an AlarmNet–I account. Please obtai
n the account
information from the central station prior to progr
amming this module.

The following section describes the programming of
the internal device
options using an alpha keypad. Alternatively, these
options can be
programmed via the AlarmNet Direct website. After p
rogramming is
complete,
the control must be registered
with AlarmNet (via the control’s
RJ45 Internet connection). Refer to the Registratio
n with AlarmNet section
for procedures.

Using an Alpha Keypad as a 7720P Programming Tool
When programming IP/GSM features (with

29 menu mode), the alpha
keypad mimics the functions of the 7720P Programmin
g Tool. See figure at
right and table below for 7720P key functions. Each
key has two possible
functions: a normal function and a SHIFT function.


Normal functions: The numeric values labeled direc
tly on the keys and
the left-hand functions shown in diagram on the ABC
keys. To perform a
normal key function, simply press the desired key.


SHIFT functions: Those functions shown in diagram
above the numerical
keys and the right-hand functions shown on the ABC
keys. To perform a
SHIFT key function, press SHIFT key (D key), then p
ress the desired
function key (shift function is indicated by the li
t READY LED).


7720P Emulation Template for Alpha Keypads

1
OFF
4
MAX
7
INSTANT
READY
2
AWAY
5
TEST
8
CODE
0
3
STAY
6
BYPASS
9
CHIME
(B)
A
D
S
ENTER
SHIFT
N / Y
/
BS/ESC
SPACE
B
E
T
C
F
X
#
ARMED
READY
6160-7720P-001-V0
SHIFT
FUNCTION
WHEN LIT
(C)
(D)
(A)


Normal and SHIFT key Functions While in

∗∗

29 Menu Mode
Key
Normal Key Function
SHIFT Key Function
(A) = BS/ESC
[BS]: Press to delete entry
[ESC]: Pre
ss to quit Program Mode

Also, can reset EEPROM defaults



(B) =

/


[

]: Scroll down programming
[

]: Scroll up programming
(C) = N/Y
[N]: Press for "NO" answer
[Y]: Press SHI
FT-Y for "YES" answer
(D) = SHIFT
Press before pressing a SHIFT key funct
ion. 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 en
tering C.S. ID number
2/B
[2]: For entering the number 2
[B]: Used for en
tering C.S. ID number
3/C
[3]: For entering the number 3
[C]: Used for en
tering C.S. ID number
4/D
[4]: For entering the number 4
[D]: Used for en
tering C.S. ID number
5/E
[5]: For entering the number 5
[E]: Used for en
tering C.S. ID number
6/F
[6]: For entering the number 6
[F]: Used for en
tering C.S. ID number
7/S
[7]: For entering the number 7
[S]: Press to di
splay diagnostic status
8/T
[8]: For entering the number 8
[T]: Press to se
nd TEST messages
9/X
[9]: For entering the number 9
[X]: Press to re
set the IP/GSM
[

] / SPACE
[

]: Used to select programming options
[SPACE]: Not used
0
[0]: For entering the number 0

[#] / ENTER
[#] / ENTER: Press to accept entries
No
SHIFT function





Active only when the "REVIEW?" prompt is displayed


INTERNAL DEVICE (Ip AND GSM) DEFAULT VALUES


OPTION
STANDARD DEFAULT VALUE
ACTUAL ENTRY
1
Internal Device
IP

2
Multi-Mode
Disabled

3
Multi-Mode Address
?? (if Multi-Mode enabled)

4
Primary City ID
??

5
Primary CS ID
??

6
Primary Sub ID
????

7
Remote Access
N

8
Keypad Address (for Remote Access)
?? (if Remote
Access enabled)

9
Supervision
24 Hours

10
GSM Rollover Y/N
N (if GSM enabled)

11
GSM 24Hr Tst Y/N
N (if GSM enabled)

12
Old Alarm Time
10 Minutes

13
IP Fault Time
00 Minutes

14

GSM Fault Time
00 Minutes (if GSM enabled)

15

Notify Panel Of
Neither Fault (if IP and GSM enable
d)

16
Use DHCP Y/N
Y (if IP or IP/GSM enabled)

17
NIC IP Address
255.255.255.255 (if DHCP not used
)

18
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.255 (if DHCP not used)

19
Gateway IP Addr
255.255.255.255 (if DHCP not use
d)

20
DNS IP Addr.
255.255.255.255 (if DHCP not used)

Status and Contact ID Reporting Codes

The Internal Device (IP/GSM) sends status messages
to the control panel
for network connectivity failures. Trouble messages
are displayed on the
keypad as “Check 103,” with status displayed as “Ln
gRng Radio” followed
by a 4-digit keypad display status code, defined be
low.


Keypad Display Status Codes When “CHECK 103” is Di
splayed
CODE
DESCRIPTION
0000
Control panel lost communication with internal
device
0005
internal device has lost contact with AlarmNet
network
000F
internal device is not registered; account no
t activated
0019
GSM module shut down
0400
internal device Power-on reset

Contact ID Codes (as displayed at 685) sent to CS v
ia IP/GSM
CODE
DESCRIPTION

E339 C803
Power-on reset
E350 C951
Primary communication path failure (Ether
net)**
R350 R951
Primary communication path restore (Ether
net)**
E350 C952
Secondary communication path failure (GSM
)**
R350 C952
Secondary communication path restore (GSM
)**
E355 C000
Module lost ECP communication with cont
rol
R355 C000
Module restore ECP communication with co
ntrol
E353 C103
Long range transmitter fault trouble
R353 C103
Long range transmitter fault restore
** reports only if IP and GSM enabled


– 16 –

Using

∗∗

29 Menu Mode to Program IP/GSM Options
Press

29 while in Data Field Programming mode. See the fo
llowing prompts.

Enable INT IP/GSM?
0 = No, not using either IP or GSM; 1 = Yes, using
IP and/or GSM module
[

] to continue. NOTE: Default = 1 (IP and/or GSM)

IMPORTANT:
If using an external communication device, see the
VISTA-GSM4G Module Installation
section of the Installation and Setup Guide
(
Inadequate Signal Strength
paragraph) for physical installation of an externa
l
communication device. When complete, enter 1 at thi
s prompt and enter 1-Prog
at the next prompt. Then program the external devic
e using the Installation and
Setup Guide included with the external communicatio
n device.

Fixed-Word Keypad Note:
Although programming IP/GSM options cannot be
done via a fixed-word keypad, IP/GSM can be enabled
by doing the following:
Enter

∗∗

29
(to enter IP/GSM menu mode), then press
1 + [

∗∗

] + [

∗∗

]

Programming/Diagnostics Select
1 = Prog (program the IP/GSM options)
2 = Diag (enter diagnostic mode)
0 = Quit; return to data field programming mode

Internal Device Programming Prompts
The keys used to select and enter options now follo
w 7720P keypad emulation.
Refer to the table on the previous page for detaile
d key functions.
[

] = scroll the options of a particular prompt
[#] = accept the entry and move to the next prompt
[A] = backspace or shift-[A} for escape
[B] = scroll to next prompt or shift-[B] scroll to
previous prompt
[C] = answer No or shift-[C] answer Yes to prompt
[D] = shift key
Internal Device Selection
Select the type of IP and/or GSM module usage (pres
s [

] to scroll choices):
Disabled (none); IP only; GSM module only; IP & GSM

[#] to continue
Multi-Mode (email reporting)
This feature is available only after authorization
for it is set via the web-based
programming tool on the AlarmNet Direct website.
Multi-mode emulates 4204 Relay Module outputs to se
nd up to four (4204
sourced) or up to eight (2-4204 sourced) reports of
system events to the user via
email (email address is entered at the AlarmNet Dir
ect website). Use the
AlarmNet Direct website to customize event titles,
if desired. If enabled, a multi-
mode address must be entered in the next prompt.
Use *79/*80 Menu modes to program each emulated out
put to trigger a desired
system event that, upon occurrence, will be sent to
the user’s email address.
Select the desired multi mode option:
Disabled =
no email reporting of events
4204 Sourced = up to four types of events reported
(relay numbers 1-4 report
as events 1-4 respectively)
2-4204 Sourced = up to eight types of events repor
ted (first module’s relay
numbers 1-4 report as events 1-4 respectively; seco
nd
module’s relay numbers 1-4 report as events 5-8 res
pectively)
Enhanced Reports = Enables full panel status report
ing via email and reporting
to TC2 web services. If used, RIS must be enabled i
n field
*91; when enabled, address 25 is automatically assi
gned.
[

] key scrolls forward; [backspace] key scrolls back
ward; [#] to continue
NOTES:
1. Multi-mode has not been evaluated by UL.
2. Multi-mode (email notification) is intended as a
convenience for the user,
and does not replace Central Station reporting of c
ritical events (alarms,
troubles, etc.).
Multi-Mode Address
This prompt appears if Multi Mode is enabled
12-15 =emulated 4204 Relay Module address
25 = automatically assigned if Enhanced Reports sel
ected
If using “2-4204-sourced,” the address of the secon
d module is automatically
assigned an address one higher than the first modul
e’s address.
NOTE: A 4204 Relay module address is required for m
ulti-mode purposes, but
an actual 4204 Relay module is not used at the sele
cted address.
Primary City ID
NOTE: Account information is provided by the centra
l station administrator.
01-99 (decimal) = 2-digit primary city code
Primary CS ID
Enter the primary central station's system ID numbe
r, 01-FE (HEX)
Primary Sub ID
Enter the 4-digit customer account number, 0001-999
9 (decimal).
Remote Access
This feature is available only after authorization
for it is set via the web-based
programming tool on the AlarmNet Direct website.
Remote Services allow the end user to access their
security system from a
computer via the remote services website. Most syst
em functions can then be
performed.
[Y] = use remote services
[N] = do not use remote services
[#] to continue
Keypad Address (for Remote Access)
This prompt appears if remote access is enabled.
For enhanced remote access features, choose an AUI
address. If no AUI
addresses are available (all four AUIs are being us
ed), choose an available
standard keypad address (some remote access feature
s will be unavailable).
1, 2, 5, 6 = emulated AUI address
17-23 = emulated standard keypad address
NOTE: An AUI or standard keypad address is required
for remote access
purposes, but an actual AUI device or keypad is not
used at the selected
address.
Supervision
The supervising station must hear from the IP/GSM a
t least once during the
supervision period. AlarmNet transmits a communicat
ions failure alarm to the
central station if the supervision message is not r
eceived within the period.

This selection sets the supervision timing for one
of the following values:
if using IP and/or GSM

if using IP only (not for GSM usage)


30 day

US UL Line (6 Min)

24-hours

US UL Line (90 Sec)

None (no supervision)

CN UL Line Lv1 3 (3 Min)


CN UL Line Lv1 4 (90 Sec)


CN UL Line Lv1 5 (75 Sec)


1 hour
To scroll the choices: [

] key scrolls forward; [backspace] key scrolls back
ward
[#] to continue
GSM Rollover Y/N
Appears only if IP&GSM is selected as Internal Devi
ce option.
[Y] = all messages (including AlarmNet network supe
rvisory messages) are
sent over the GSM network in the event of an Intern
et failure
[N] = all messages (except AlarmNet network supervi
sory messages) are sent
automatically over the GSM network in the event of
an Internet failure

GSM 24Hr Tst Y/N
Appears only if IP&GSM is selected as Internal Devi
ce option.
[Y] = have a message sent once a day to verify GSM
operation. A "secondary
communication path loss" message is generated if th
e message is not
successfully delivered.
[N] = disable 24hr test

Old Alarm Time
The old alarm time sets how long an undeliverable a
larm is retried for delivery
to AlarmNet. If the message is not validated, it is
retried until the old alarm time
is reached or the message is validated. The choice
s available are:

10 Minutes

4 Hours

15 Minutes

8 Hours

30 Minutes

12 Hours

1 Hour

24 Hours

2 Hours

To scroll the choices: [

] key scrolls forward; [backspace] key scrolls back
ward
[#] to continue

IP Fault Time
Appears only if IP or IP&GSM is selected as Interna
l Device option.
00-99 = time delay (in minutes) before the control
notifies the central station that
there is a loss of contact with the network over th
e Ethernet (IP)
connection.
0 = no delay (valid only If using IP only)
Must be two (2) minutes for UL installations.

GSM Flt Time
Appears only if GSM or IP&GSM is selected as Intern
al Device option.
00-99 = time delay (in minutes) before the control
notifies the central station
that a loss of contact with AlarmNet network has oc
curred.
0 = no delay (valid only if using GSM only,
Must be two (2) minutes for UL installations.

Notify Panel Of _
Appears only if IP&GSM is selected as Internal Devi
ce option.
Select from the following choices:

Neither Fault

Both IP and GSM must fail before fault code is sen
t (status code 4005
displayed); panel receives primary and secondary pa
th failure messages.
No message sent if only one or the other path fails
.
To scroll the choices: [

] key scrolls forward; [backspace] key scrolls back
ward
[#] to continue

NOTE: IP failure will always be sent to the central
station as Primary Path
Failure, and GSM failure will always be sent as Sec
ondary Path Failure.

IP address information prompts
The following prompts appear only if IP or IP&GSM i
s selected as Internal
Device.
It is recommended to use dynamically allocated IP a
ddresses, but if fixed IP
addresses are desired, contact your network adminis
trator for the appropriate
information. Note that a valid IP address must be e
ntered in each prompt before
the system continues to the next prompt. Entries ca
nnot be left with the default
values.

Use DHCP
[Y] = have the IP addresses dynamically allocated (
recommended), skip to
Review prompt.
[N] = use fixed IP addresses; continue with next pr
ompt
[#] to continue

– 17 –
NIC IP Address
[255.255.255.255]

Enter the 4-part IP address for this device, separa
ting each part with a space
([

] key, displayed as periods). [#] to continue

Subnet Mask
[255.255.255.255]

Enter the 32-bit address mask used to indicate the
portion (bits) of the IP
address that is being used for the subnet address,
separating each part with a
space ([

] key, displayed as periods). [#] to continue

Gateway IP Addr
[255.255.255.255]

Enter the 4-part IP address assigned to the Gateway
, separating each part with
a space ([

] key, displayed as periods). If unused set to 0.0.
0.0.
[#] to continue

DNS IP Addr
[255.255.255.255]

Enter the 4-part IP address assigned to the DNS (Do
main Name System)
server, separating each part with a space ([

] key, displayed as periods). If
unused set to 0.0.0.0. [#] to continue

Review? (and Exit

∗∗

29 Menu mode or Reset Defaults)
You can review the

29 Menu mode options to ensure that the correct ent
ries
have been made. When satisfied, select [N] to exit

29 Menu mode.
To review prompts or exit

∗∗

29 Menu mode:
[Y] = review prompts and entries, starting with Int
ernal Device. Use the
up/down arrow keys to scroll through the program fi
elds without changing
any of the values. If a value requires change, simp
ly type in the correct
value. When the last field is displayed, the “REVIE
W?” prompt appears.
[N] = Exit *29 menu mode and return to data field p
rogramming mode. The
prompt briefly displays “DONE” before returning to
data field mode
prompt “Enter

or #.”
[#] to accept Y or N selection (# alone exits same
as N)

To reset

∗∗

29 Menu mode defaults:
Press [ESC] at the Review prompt to display the “Se
t Defaults” prompt.
[Y] = reset

29 menu mode options to factory values; if selected
, all
programmed

29 Menu mode options are reset to the factory setti
ngs
[N] = cancel reset defaults function

Programming IP/GSM Options via AlarmNet Direct Webs
ite
To program the IP/GSM options via the AlarmNet Dire
ct website (if you are
already signed up for this service), go to:
https://services.alarmnet.com/AlarmNetDirect/userlo
gin.aspx

If you are not signed up for this service, click on
“Dealer Sign-Up.
Log in and follow the on-screen prompts.
Please have the following information available:
1. Primary City ID (two-digit number)
2. Primary Central Station ID (two-digit hexadecima
l number)
3. Primary Subscriber ID (four-digit number)
4. MAC ID and MAC CRC number (located on the outsid
e of box and on label
inside module) or MIN number of the device you are
replacing
5. Mode of operation of existing module if replacin
g a "C" series radio.
After programming is complete, you must transfer th
e data to the module and the
module must be registered. Refer to the Registratio
n section for details.
IP/GSM Diagnostic Commands (

∗∗

29 Menu Mode)
Diagnostic commands can be used to quickly view you
r Internet and GSM
connectivity settings and options. For each command
press the [shift] key and
then the designated command key. For example, press
[shift] then [1/A] to
display the software revision screen.

To enter Diagnostic mode:
1. Press

29 while in data field programming mode.
2. Enter “1” at the “Enable IP/GSM” prompt then pre
ss [

].
3. Select “2” (Diag) at the next prompt.
4. Enter the desired command at the “Sel Key Comman
d” prompt.
For subsequent commands, enter the next command at
the current screen.
To exit Diagnostic mode, press ESC (shift-[A]).
Key
Prompt
Function

[A]

Internal IP/GSM
x.x.xx mm/dd/yy


Software Revision
"x.x.xx" indicates the installed
software Revision. Mm/dd/yy
indicates month, day and year of
the revision.


[B]

MAC xxxxxxxxxxxx
MAC CRC yyyy

MAC Address
“xxxxxxxxxxxx” indicates the
IP/GSM’s unique identification
number. Yyyy indicates the 4
digit MAC CRC needed to enroll
the device in dealer direct.
[

] to continue to SCID.



SCID xxxxx xxxxx
xxxxx xxxxx

SCID Display
Only if GSM or IP/GSM enabled.
Displays the identification
number assigned to the SIM
card (SCID) in this device.
[

] to continue to IMEI.



IMEI xxxxxxxx
Xxxxxx x

IMEI Display
Only if GSM or IP/GSM enabled.
Displays the identification
number assigned to the GSM
module in this device.
[

] returns to MAC Address.

IP/GSM Diagnostic Commands (continued)
Key
Prompt
Function

[C]

Mon 01 Jan 2006
05:48:39 am


Time
Retrieves the current date and
time from the AlarmNet network in
Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
This display confirms that the
module is in sync with network.


[D]

Physical Link
Good/Bad


Physical Link
Only if IP or IP/GSM enabled.
Indicates if a physical connection
to the internet is detected or not.
[

] to continue to NIC IP address.



NIC IP Address
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx


IP Information Displays
Displays the device IP address .
[

] to continue to subnet mask.



Subnet Mask
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

Displays the 32-bit address mask
used to indicate the portion (bits) of
the IP Address that is being used for
the subnet address.
[

] to continue to gateway IP.



Gateway IP Addr
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

Displays the IP Address assigned
to the Gateway.
[

] to continue to DNS server IP.



DNS Serv IP
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

Displays the IP Address assigned
to the DNS (Domain Name
System) server.
[

] to continue to encryption test.



Encryption Test
AES
Passed!

Performs a self-test of the AES
encryption algorithm.
[

] to continue to DHCP.



DHCP
OK

DHCP (Dynamic Host
Configuration Protocol)
OK = server performing okay.
[

] returns to Physical Link prompt.




[E]

PriRSSI 3/4G REG
-xxxdbm stat x

or

PriRSSI 2G REG
-xxxdbm stat x

2G Network Status can be :
Good –20 to –89 dBm
OK
–90 to –98 dBm
Marg. –99 to –104 dBm
Bad
–105 to –150 dBm




GSM Status Displays

Only if GSM or IP/GSM enabled.
PriRSSI – Primary RSSI level in dbm

3/4G


Communicator is on the
3G/4G network where status can be:
Good
RSSI
–20 to –90 dBm
OK
RSSI

–91 to –99 dBm
Marginal

RSSI
–100 to –105 dBm
Bad
RSSI
–106 to –150 dBm

REG – Registration status from
GSM module where
“x” can be:
N – Not Registered
H – Registered Home
S – Searching
D – Registration Denied
R – Registered Roaming
? – Unknown Reg. State
[

] to continue to next screen.


RAT EC/NO
3/4G -xxxxx


RAT = Radio Access Technology
EC/NO = Carrier Noise Ratio
(EC/NO does not apply to 2G
network ; displays N/A)
[

] to continue to next screen.



Cntry Netw LAC
xxx xxx xxxxx

Cntry – Country Code
Netw – Network Code
LAC – Reg. status from GSM.
[

] to continue to next screen.


Cell BaseSt Chan
Xxxxx x xxx

Cell – Base Station ID
BaseSt – Base Station Ant. Sector
Chan – Control Channel in use
[

] to continue to next screen.


Second Site RSSI
-xxxdbm

Secondary GSM Site RSSI level in
dbm.
[

] to continue to next screen.

[F]

Testing Gateway
Redir 1

Network Diagnostic Test
Only if IP or IP/GSM enabled.
Performs a set of network
diagnostics that tests the integrity of
the links between the IP/GSM and
the various connection points
(Redirs) to AlarmNet.

[S]

ECP
FLT
OK


Status request
OK = normal
i = IP off line
I = IP fault reported
g = GSM off line
G = GSM fault reported
– 18 –
IP/GSM Diagnostic Commands (continued)

Key
Prompt
Function

[T]

Test Msg Sent


Test Alarm
Sends a Test alarm to AlarmNet.
Functional for a registered
IP/GSM only. If the device is not
registered, a message is
displayed indicating that the
command cannot be executed.

[X]

Reset CPU Y/N


Reset the IP/GSM.
[N] = return to diagnostic mode
(blank screen = enter next
command or escape).
[Y] = resets the module (blank
screen = when reset
complete, enter next
command or escape).


[

↑↑

]


Registering ...



Registration (Shift-UP arrow)

Registers a programmed IP/GSM
with AlarmNet. If it is configured to
report to AlarmNet, the IP/GSM
will register with AlarmNet.

[

↓↓

]


Enter PIN#



Registration with PIN for
Replacement Module (DN
arrow)
Registers a programmed IP/GSM
with AlarmNet if it is configured to
report to AlarmNet.

[0]

Force Server Update
Y/N


Force Upload of
Configuration File to Server
[Y] = force the device to upload its
entire configuration file to the
server.
[N] = cancel the operation.
NOTE: If the internet is not
available, and the module is not
initialized when you enter this
command, the following screen
will be displayed:
Cannot Upload
Try Later! _
Wait for the RSSI LEDs to light,
indicating initialization is complete,
and try again.


Registration with AlarmNet
The control must be registered with AlarmNet before
internet communication
(via IP or GSM) can occur. Register the control by
using one of these methods
To register, the control must be connected to the I
nternet.
Register with Alpha Keypad using *29 Menu mode
1. Enter *29 Menu mode, select Diagnostic mode, the
n press Shift then [

]
key (D key followed by the B key). The registration
message is sent
(“Registering” displayed) and the control waits for
the acknowledgment.
2. “Registration SUCCESS” displayed, indicating suc
cessful registration.

Register with Test Switch on control’s PCB (triple-
click)
1. Click the switch three times.
2. Watch the GSM Status LEDs: The Message (yellow)
LED and the Status
(green) LED will blink slowly in unison while regis
tration is in progress.
3. When registration is complete, the Status (green
) LED goes out.

Register with AlarmNet Direct Website
To register via AlarmNet Direct Website, please go
to:
https://services.alarmnet.com/AlarmNetDirect/userlo
gin.aspx
.
Log in and follow the on-screen prompts.
Please have the following information available:

Primary City ID (two-digit number provided by cent
ral station)

Primary Central Station ID (two-digit hexadecimal
number provided by
central station)

Primary Subscriber ID (four-digit number provided
by central station)

MAC ID and MAC CRC number (located on outside of b
ox and on label
on control’s PC board)

Activation ID (AID) and AID CRC numbers (found on
the label on the
VISTA-GSM module or on its carton)
If you are not signed up for this service, click on
“Dealer Signup” from the
login screen to gain access to the Honeywell web-ba
sed programming.
Dealer Sign-Up Direct Link:

https://services.alarmnet.com/AlarmNetDirectP_Sign-
Up.

You will be instructed how to proceed upon completi
ng the sign-up form.
Only one sign-up per dealer is required. Once an in
itial user is established,
additional logins may be created by that user.
Once the control is registered, you may log out of
the AlarmNet Direct
website.

Register by phone
1. Call 1-800-222-6525
You will need the following information:


MAC ID and MAC CRC number (found on the PCB label)



Subscriber information (provided by the central st
ation), including a
city code, CSID, and a subscriber ID


Activation ID (AID) and AID CRC numbers (found on
the label on
the VISTA-GSM module or on its carton)
2. When instructed to do so, triple-click the Test
switch to complete the
registration.
IP/GSM LED Functions
Module Cellular Status LED

IP (web) Network LED Functions
Cellular status LED is located on the module’s PC b
oard:

LED Color
LED
Description

STATUS
BLINK PATTERN
Top Green
Ethernet Link/Activity
ON – link is activ
e; OFF – no link

Voice Session
Short blink every s
econd
Middle Green
Link Speed
ON – 100 MB/S; OFF – 10 MB
/S

Data Session
Short blink every 2 seconds
Yellow
Network Collision
BLINK – collision detected
; OFF – normal

Connected to Cell network
Short bli
nk every 4 seconds




No or deactivated SIM
Long blink every second

IP/GSM Status LED Functions
LED Color
LED
Description
Green
Status
ON – control is NOT registered with Al
armNet; OFF – control is registered with AlarmNet.
FAST BLINK – Download session with Compass in progr
ess.
SLOW BLINK – In unison with yellow LED – Registrati
on in progress.
Yellow
Message
ON – Message transmission pending.
QUICK PERIODIC BLINK - Normal
FAST BLINK – Message waiting for network ACK.
SLOW BLINK – In unison with green LED – Registratio
n in progress.
Red
Fault
ON – No contact with network; OFF– Normal
.
SLOW BLINK – Loss of communication with the panel (
ECP fault).
FAST BLINK – No network contact AND loss of communi
cation with the panel.
All
FAST BLINK – In unison with the RSSI Bar Graph LEDs
– Hardware Error. Call the
AlarmNet Technical Assistance Center.

Signal Strength and Status LED Meanings
Color
Label
Indication
Red
RSSI
ON = signal strength (RSSI) display
OFF = status display
Yel (2)
mode
OFF = module operating in ECPmode
Green
Web
web connection status
ON = connected to web
OFF = no web connection
Green
GPRS
GPRS service availability
ON = GPRS service available
FLASH = GPRS in use
OFF = no GPRS service (messages sent via SMS)
Green
GSM
network carrier registration status
ON = registered with network carrier, no second sit
e available
FLASH = registered with network carrier and second
site available, excellent RSSI
BLINK = registered with network carrier and second
site available, acceptable RSSI
SLOW BLINK = registered with network carrier and se
cond site available, low RSSI
OFF = control not registered with network carrier

– 19 –
SETTING SCHEDULES
(Installer Code + [#] + [6] [4])
NOTES:


The master code can only access schedules 01-16 an
d events 00-07.

System clock must be set before schedules can be u
sed.

Programmed schedules do not take effect until the
next scheduled “start”
time. (e.g., if programming a schedule time window
for 8AM to 5PM, the
schedule does not take effect until 8AM after the s
chedule has been
programmed.)

ENTER SCHED NO.
01-16 = end-user schedules; 17-32 = installer-only
schedules
[

] to continue.
To Quit,
enter 00.

ENTER EVENT
00 = clear event
01 = Relay On/Off
02 = User Access
03 = Latch Key Report to Pager (sent to all pagers
in the user’s partition;
message sent is 777-7777. User must be enabled for
paging and
system must be armed before reporting can occur.)
04 = Forced Stay Arming
(
Forced bypass is automatically enabled
regardless of setting in field *23)
05 = Forced Away Arming
(
Forced bypass is automatically enabled
regardless of setting in field *23)
06 = Auto Disarm
07 = Display “Reminder”
10 = Display custom words (if selected, system disp
lays custom words 8, 9,
and 10 at defined time. Can be used as installer’s
reminder message
to the end user); programmable by installer only
11 = Periodic Test Report (see key commands in
Test Report Code
, data
field *64
,
to quickly set periodic test reporting intervals);
programmable
by installer only
[

] to continue.

DEVICE NUMBER
( for event 1 relay on/off)

01-18; [

] to continue.


GROUP NUMBER
( for event 2 user access)

1-8; [

] to continue.

PARTITION
( for events 3-7,10,12)

0 = all partitions; 1 = partition 1; 2 = partition
2; 3 = common
[

] to continue.

START

01-12 = hour; 00-59 = minute; 0 = AM; 1 = PM; to se
lect days, position the
cursor under the desired days using the [

] key to move forward, then press
“1” to select the day.
[

] to continue.


STOP
(for events 1 relay on/off; 2 user access; 3 latch
key report)

See START for entries. [

] to continue.

REPEAT
0 = do not repeat; 1 = repeat schedule weekly; 2 =
repeat schedule biweekly
(every other week); 3 = repeat schedule every third
week; 4 = repeat
schedule every fourth week (28 days)
[

] to continue

RANDOMIZE

(for events 01 and 11)

0 = no; 1 = yes
If selected, the scheduled start and stop times wil
l vary within 60 minutes of
the “hour” time. For example, if a schedule is set
to start at 6:15pm, it will do
so the first time 6:15pm arrives, but on subsequent
days it will start anytime
between 6:00 and 6:59 p.m.

NOTE:
Do not use the random option if the start and stop
times are within
the same “hour” setting, otherwise unpredictable re
sults may occur (e.g., the
randomized stop time may occur before the start tim
e).

[

] to continue and return to ENTER SCHED NO. prompt
to program the
next schedule.



AVS SYSTEM ENABLE AND QUICK PROGRAMMING COMMANDS
Applies to an AVS system using an ECP connection to
the control.
1. Install the AVS module according to its instruct
ions.

2. Use one of the control’s AVS Quick Program comma
nds as follows (see Quick Program Command Results b
elow for results of each
command):



installer code + [#] + 0 + 3:
enable AVS operation without panel sounds on the A
VST speaker


installer code + [#] + 0 + 4:
enable AVS operation and enable panel sounds on th
e AVST speaker
3. Use data field

55 Dynamic Signaling Priority to enable the reporti
ng path for AAV communication.
4. To undo the Quick Command programming, use the f
ollowing commands:



installer code + [#] + 0 + 5
: remove all options set by [#] + 03 quick command



installer code + [#] + 0 + 6
: remove all options set by [#] + 04 quick command


AVS Quick Program Command Results
When either the #03 or #04 Quick Program command is
used, the following are automatically programmed a
nd no longer available for other
control panel purposes.

Pre-Programmed
#03 Command
#04 Command
Output Function No.
(

80 mode)
46 (zone type 60, relay 15)
47 (zone type 61, relay 16)
48 (zone type 62, relay 16)


Same as #03 plus:
41 (zone type 14, relay 13)
42 (zone type 22, relay 13)
43 (zone type 39, relay 14)
44 (zone type 33, relay 14)
45 (zone type 36, relay 14)
Output Relay No.
(

79 mode)
15 (addr 11, relay pos 2)
16 (addr 11, relay pos 1)

Same as #03 plus:
13 (addr 11, relay pos 4)
14 (addr 11, relay pos 3)
Protection Zone
(

56/

58 mode)
4229 zn 48 (zt 81, addr 11)
Same as #03 command
Device Address
address 11 (AVS module)
Same as #03
command
Data Field

91
AAV enabled
AAV enabled

– 20 –
SETTING THE REAL-TIME CLOCK
The Real-Time Clock must be set before completing t
he installation.
NOTE:
All partitions must be disarmed before the Real-Ti
me Clock can be set.

1. Master Code + [#] + [6] [3]

2. Press [

] when the time/date is displayed. A cursor appears
under the first digit of the hour.

To move cursor ahead, press [

]. To go back, press [#].


Enter the 2-digit hour setting, followed by the 2-
digit minute setting, then press [1] for PM or [2]
for AM.


Enter the last two digits of the current year, fol
lowed by the 2-digit month setting and the 2-digit
day setting.

3. To exit, press [

] when cursor is at the last digit, or wait 30 seco
nds.

UPLOADING/DOWNLOADING VIA THE INTERNET
This control supports upload/download programming c
apability via the Internet by using the AlarmNet ne
twork and Compass downloading
software. The control must be connected to the Inte
rnet (via the on-board RJ45 connector or VISTA-GSM
module), have all IP features
programmed (

29 Menu mode), and be registered with AlarmNet.
The following is required at the Downloading Office
:

Broadband Internet Access and Broadband (Cable/DSL
) Modem

Broadband (Cable/DSL) Router (optional, if connect
ing more than one device to the Internet)

Computer running Compass Downloading Software vers
ion that supports Internet upload/download for this
control.

To perform upload/download functions:
1. Connect the computer to the Internet and start t
he Compass downloading software.
2. Open the control’s account, then select the Comm
unications function and click the
Connect
button.
3. At the Connect screen, check that the control’s
MAC address is entered and the TCP/IP checkbox is c
hecked.
4. Click
Connect
. The Internet connection to the control is made au
tomatically via AlarmNet.
5. Once connected, use the Compass downloading soft
ware as normal to perform upload/download functions
.

– 21 –

ZONE TYPE DEFINITIONS
Zone types define the way in which the system respo
nds to faults in each zone.
Type 00 Zone Not Used

Program a zone with this zone type if the zone is n
ot used.
Type 01 Entry/Exit Burglary #1



Assign to zones that are used for primary entry an
d exit.

Provides entry delay when zone is faulted if contr
ol is armed in
the Away, Stay, or Night-Stay modes.

No entry delay provided when the panel is armed in
the
Instant/Maximum mode.

Entry delay #1 is programmable for each partition
(field *35).

Exit delay begins whenever the control is armed, r
egardless of the
arming mode selected, and is programmable (field
Q
34).

Type 02 Entry/Exit Burglary #2


Assign to zones that are used for entry and exit a
nd require more
time than the primary entry/exit point.

Provides a secondary entry delay, similar to entry
delay #1.

Entry delay #2 is programmable for each partition
(field *36).

Exit delay is same as described for Type 01.

Type 03 Perimeter Burglary

Assign to all sensors or contacts on exterior door
s and windows.

Provides an instant alarm if the zone is faulted w
hen the panel is
armed in the Away, Stay, Night-Stay, Instant or Max
imum modes.

Type 04 Interior Follower


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

Provides a delayed alarm (using the programmed ent
ry 1 time) if
the entry/exit zone is faulted first. Otherwise thi
s zone type gives
an instant alarm.

Active when the panel is armed in the Away mode.

Bypassed automatically when the panel is armed in
the Stay or
Instant modes; if armed in Night-Stay mode, zones a
ssigned to
zone list 05 (night-stay zone list) are not bypasse
d when system
armed in Night-Stay mode.

Type 05 Trouble by Day/Alarm by Night


Assign to a zone that contains a foil-protected do
or or window
(such as in a store), or to a zone covering a sensi
tive area such
as a stock room, drug supply room, etc.

Can also be used on a sensor or contact in an area
where
immediate notification of an entry is desired.

Provides an instant alarm if faulted when armed in
the Away,
Stay, Night-Stay, Instant or Maximum (night) modes.


During the disarmed state (day), the system will p
rovide a latched
trouble sounding from the keypad (and a central sta
tion report, if
desired).
Type 06 24-hr Silent Alarm

Usually assigned to a zone containing an emergency
button.

Sends a report to the central station but provides
no keypad
display or sounding.

Type 07 24-hour Audible Alarm

Assign to a zone that has an emergency button.

Sends a report to the central station, and provide
s an alarm
sound at the keypad, and an audible external alarm.


Type 08 24-hour Auxiliary Alarm

Assign to a zone containing an emergency button, o
r to a zone
containing monitoring devices such as water or temp
erature
sensors.

Sends a report to the central station and provides
an alarm sound
at the keypad. (No bell output.)

Type 09 Supervised Fire

Provides a fire alarm on short circuit and a troub
le condition on
open circuit. A fire alarm produces a pulsing bell
output.

This zone type is always active and cannot be bypa
ssed.


Type 10 Interior w/Delay


Provides entry delay (using the programmed entry t
ime), if tripped
when the panel is armed in the Away mode.

Entry Delay 1 begins whenever sensors in this zone
are violated,
regardless of whether or not an entry/exit delay zo
ne was tripped
first.

Bypassed when the panel is armed in the Stay or In
stant modes;
if armed in Night-Stay mode, zones assigned to zone
list 05
(night-stay zone list) are not bypassed when system
armed in
Night-Stay mode.

Type 12 Monitor Zone

Works as a dynamic monitor of a zone fault/trouble
(not alarm). In
the case of a short/open, the message, "*ALARM*-24
Hr. Non-
Burg. -#XXX " (where XXX is the zone number) will b
e sent to the
Central Station. The system keypad will display a “
check”
message indicating the appropriate zone (but keypad
beeping
does not occur). Upon restoral of the zone, the mes
sage,
"*RESTORE*-24 Hr. Non-Burg. -#XXX

" is sent to the Central
Station.

The “check” message will automatically disappear f
rom the
keypad dynamically, when the zone restores; a user
code + off
sequence is not needed to reset the zone.

Faults of this zone type are independent of the sy
stem, and can
exist at the time of arming without interference.

Since this is a “trouble” zone type, do not use th
is zone type with
relays set to activate upon “alarm.”
Type 14 24 Hour Carbon Monoxide Monitor


Assigned to any zone with a carbon monoxide detect
or.

A carbon monoxide alarm produces keypad and detect
or
sounding (does not affect bell output).

Always active and cannot be bypassed.

Type 16 Fire w/Verification

Provides a fire alarm when zone is shorted, but on
ly after the
alarm is verified to help eliminate false alarms du
e to electrical or
physical transients.

Verifies alarm by resetting smoke detectors after
short is detected
(removes power 7 seconds for zone 1, 3 seconds for
trigger
output). Another short circuit within 90 seconds tr
iggers fire alarm,
otherwise first alarm is ignored.

Provides a trouble response when zone is open.
Type 20 Arm-Stay (BR only)

Arms the system in Stay mode when the zone is acti
vated.

Pushbutton units send the user number to the centr
al station
when arming or disarming.

User number for button must be assigned.

Type 21 Arm-Away (BR only)


Arms the system in Away mode when the zone is acti
vated.

Pushbutton units send the user number to the centr
al station
when arming or disarming.

User number for button must be assigned.

Type 22 Disarm (BR only)


Disarms the system when the zone is activated.

User number for button must be assigned.

Type 23
*
No Alarm Response


Can be used on a zone when an output relay action
is desired,
but with no accompanying alarm (e.g., lobby door ac
cess).
Type 24 Silent Burglary

Usually assigned to all sensors or contacts on ext
erior doors and
windows where bells and/or sirens are NOT desired.

Provides an instant alarm, with NO audible indicat
ion at any
keypad or external sounder, if the zone is faulted
when the
system is armed in the Away, Stay, Instant, or Maxi
mum modes.

A report is sent to the central station.

Type 77 Keyswitch

Assign to zone wired to a keyswitch.

Do not use input type “BR” devices with this zone
type.

Type 81 AAV Monitor Zone (for AVS)

Assign to zone connected to AVS module.

Monitors 2-way voice sessions as follows:
- When the zone is faulted, all alarm sounding and
dialer
reporting stops, except for fire alarms, which imme
diately
terminate the voice session and cause a fire report
to be sent.
- When the zone is restored (session ended), sound
ing resumes (if
bell timeout has not expired) and stopped reports a
re sent.

Types 90-93 Configurable

Allows for various custom responses. Options includ
e response to
entry/exit delays, response opens/shorts, types of
alarm/trouble
sounding, dial delay, and unique Contact ID report
codes. Types
92 and 93 can only be programmed via downloader. UL

installations: Zone Types 90 -93 may not be used as
fire or burglar
alarm zones on fire or UL burglar alarm installatio
ns.

*
The system can still be armed when these zone types
are in a
faulted condition.

– 22 –
SCHEDULES WORKSHEET
(installer code + [#] + [6] [4];
master code can only access schedules 01-16 and ev
ents 00-07



No.

Event
(see list below)

Device No.
for “01” events:
enter 01-18

Group No.

for “02” events:
enter 1-8

Partition
for “04-06” events:

enter 1, 2, or 3

Start Time/ Days

Stop Time/ Days

Repeat
(1-4)

Random
(yes/no)

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








31








32








Events:
Master/Installer


Installer Only


00 = clear event
04 = forced STAY arm
10 = display
custom words 8-10

01 = device on/off
05 = forced AWAY arm
11 = perio
dic test report

02 = user access
06 = auto disarm


03 = latch key report
07 = display “reminder”

Repeat Options: 0 = none; 1 = repeat weekly; 2 = re
peat every other week; 3 = repeat every third week;
4 = repeat every fourth week (28 days)
– 23 –
*56 ZONE PROGRAMMING WORKSHEET
[default shown in brackets]


Zone

Zn Type
Part.
Report
Hardwire
Type
Rsp. Time
Location
1
[09]

[1]


[EOL]

[1]


2
[01]

[1]


[EOL]

[1]


3
[03]

[1]


[EOL]

[1]


4
[03]

[1]


[EOL]

[1]


5
[03]

[1]


[EOL]

[1]


6
[03]

[1]


[EOL]

[1]


7
[03]

[1]


[EOL]

[1]


8
[03]

[1]


[EOL]

[1]


Zone

Zn Type
Part.
Report
Input Type
Loop
Serial No.
Location
9

[1]


[RF]




10

[1]


[RF]




11

[1]


[RF]




12

[1]


[RF]




13

[1]


[RF]




14

[1]


[RF]




15

[1]


[RF]




16

[1]


[RF]




17

[1]


[RF]




18

[1]


[RF]




19

[1]


[RF]




20

[1]


[RF]




21

[1]


[RF]




22

[1]


[RF]




23

[1]


[RF]




24

[1]


[RF]




25

[1]


[RF]




26

[1]


[RF]




27

[1]


[RF]




28

[1]


[RF]




29

[1]


[RF]




30

[1]


[RF]




31

[1]


[RF]




32

[1]


[RF]




33

[1]


[RF]




NOTES:

Zone Type: see chart in

56 Zone Programming
Menu mode section.

Report Code: enabled if
first digit is a non-zero
number

Hardwire Type (zns 2-8):
0 = EOL
3 = ZD
1 = NC
4 = DB
2 = NO

Input Type:
2 = AW (zones 9-48)
3 = RF (zones 9-48)
4 = UR (zones 9-48)
5 = BR (zones 49-64)
NOTE:
Zones 9-16 not
available if zone
doubling enabled.

Response Time:
0 = 10msec
1 = 350msec
2 = 700msec
3 = 1.2 sec

Reserved Zones

91 =
addressable device
report enable/disable


default zone type =
[05].

92 =
Duress report
enable/disable

– 24 –

Zone

Zn Type
Part.
Report
Input Type
Loop
Serial No.
Location
34

[1]


[RF]




35

[1]


[RF]




36

[1]


[RF]




37

[1]


[RF]




38

[1]


[RF]




39

[1]


[RF]




40

[1]


[RF]




41

[1]


[RF]




42

[1]


[RF]




43

[1]


[RF]




44

[1]


[RF]




45

[1]


[RF]




46

[1]


[RF]




47

[1]


[RF]




48

[1]


[RF]




49

[1]


[BR]




50

[1]


[BR]




51

[1]


[BR]




52

[1]


[BR]




53

[1]


[BR]




54

[1]


[BR]




55

[1]


[BR]




56

[1]


[BR]




57

[1]


[BR]




58

[1]


[BR]




59

[1]


[BR]




60

[1]


[BR]




61

[1]


[BR]




62

[1]


[BR]




63

[1]


[BR]




64

[1]


[BR]




95
[00]

N/A**


N/A

N/A

N/A
keypad [1] / [

]
96
[00]

N/A**


N/A

N/A

N/A
keypad [3] / [#]
99
[06]

N/A**


N/A

N/A

N/A
keypad [

] / [#]
** Emergency key zones 95, 96, and 99 report the pa
rtition of the keypad used to activate the emergenc
y zones.
– 25 –
*57 FUNCTION KEY WORKSHEET

Option


Function
A
P1 P2 com

B
P1 P2 com

C
P1 P2 com

D
P1 P2 com

Comments
01
Paging













02
Time Display













03
Arm AWAY













04
Arm STAY













05
Arm NIGHT-STAY













06
Step Arming













07
Device Activation












Device:
08
Comm. Test













09
Macro Key 1












Assign each macro key to only a single
partition.



10
Macro Key 2












Assign each macro key to only a single
partition.


11
Macro Key 3












Assign each macro key to only a single
partition.


12
Macro Key 4












Assign each macro key to only a single
partition.


00
Emergency Keys:
zone 95
zone 99
zone 96
paging


Personal Emergency








n/a


Silent Alarm








n/a


Audible Alarm








n/a


Fire








n/a

Emergency Keys:
A = paired keys [1] / [

] (zone 95); B = paired keys [

] / [#] (zone 99); C = paired keys [3] / [#] (zone
96)
† There are only four macros system-wide.


OUTPUT RELAYS WORKSHEET FOR

∗∗

79,

∗∗

80 and

∗∗

81.
Applicable only if Relay Devices are to be used.


∗∗

79 RELAY DEVICE MAPPING (Must program before using
*80)

OUTPUT TYPE



OUTPUT TYPE


Relay
X10



Relay
X10

Output

No.

Module

Addr.

Pos
(1-4)
Unit
No.


Description


Output
No.

Module

Addr.

Pos
(1-4)
Unit
No.


Description

01






09




02






10




03






11




04





12




05





13




06





14




07





15




08





16










17
On-Board Trigger 1
norm output =







18
On-Board Trigger 2
norm output =


– 26 –
*81 ZONE LISTS WORKSHEET
Fill in the required data on the worksheet below an
d follow the procedure in the installation manual a
s you enter the
data during the displays and prompts that appear in
sequence.
NOTE:
Record desired zone numbers below, noting that a l
ist may include
any
or
all
of system's zone numbers.


List No.
Used For...

Contains These Zones...

01
General Purpose (GP)


02
General Purpose


03
Chime-by-Zone or GP
(see field *26 for Chime-by-Zone option)

04
Cross Zones or GP
(see field *85 for Cross Zone Timer option)

05
Night-Stay Zones or GP


06
Dial Delay Disable or GP
V21iPSIA:
see field *50 for Dial Delay Disable option

07
Unlimited Reports or GP
V21iPSIA:
see field *93 for Unlimited Reports option

08
General Purpose

09
Zones activating pager 1


10
Zones activating pager 2

11
Zones activating pager 3

12
Zones activating pager 4





27


*80 OUTPUT DEFINITIONS


Fill in the required data on the worksheet below an
d follow the programming procedure in the installat
ion manual as you
enter the data during the displays and prompts that
appear in sequence.

Notes:

1.
For Relays, 4229 and 4204 devices are programmed i
n *79, *80, and *81 modes.



2.
For Powerline Carrier devices (plcd), field
Q
27 must be programmed with a House Code.



3
. Tampers of expansion units cannot be used to oper
ate devices.
Output
Function
Number
(1-48)

Activation Type and Detail
Partition
Number
(P)
(if using ZT trig)
0 = any
1 = partition 1
2 = partition 2
3 = common
Event (for zone list/activated by)

Action
0 = off
1 = close 2 secs

2 = stay closed
3 = pulse
4 = toggle
5 = duration 1
††

6 = duration 2
††

Output
Number

1-18


Device
Type

R = relay
T = trigger

X = X10
Activated by

0=delete
1=zn list
2=zn type
3=zn no.
Zone List
(ZL)
1-8 = list
Zone Type

(ZT)
(see table
below)
Zone No.

(ZN)

00=none

01-64


By Zone List

0 = restore
1 = alarm
2 = fault
3 = trouble
By Zone No.

0 = restore
1 = alrm/flt/trbl
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










26










27











28


Output
Function
Number
(1-48)

Activation Type and Detail
Partition
Number
(P)
(if using ZT trig)
0 = any
1 = partition 1
2 = partition 2
3 = common
Event (for zone list/activated by)

Action
0 = off
1 = close 2 secs

2 = stay closed
3 = pulse
4 = toggle
5 = duration 1
††

6 = duration 2
††

Output
Number

1-18


Device
Type

R = relay
T = trigger

X = X10
Activated by

0=delete
1=zn list
2=zn type
3=zn no.
Zone List
(ZL)
1-8 = list
Zone Type

(ZT)
(see table
below)
Zone No.

(ZN)

00=none

01-64


By Zone List

0 = restore
1 = alarm
2 = fault
3 = trouble
By Zone No.

0 = restore
1 = alrm/flt/trbl
28










29










30










31










32










33










34










35










36










37










38










39










40










41










42










43










44










45










46










47










48











ZONE TYPE/SYSTEM OPERATION – Choices for Zone Types
are:


00 = Not Used
05 = Trouble Day/Alarm Night 10 = In
terior w/Delay
24 = Silent Burglary

01 = Entry/Exit#1
06 = 24 Hr Silent
12 = Monitor
Zone
77 = Keyswitch

02 = Entry/Exit#2
07 = 24 Hr Audible
14 = Carbon
Monoxide§§
81 = AAV Monitor Zone

03 = Perimeter
08 = 24 Hr Aux
16 = Fire w/Verific
ation
90-91 = Configurable

04 = Interior Follower 09 = Fire
23 = No Alarm Re
sponse

§§ when used with an output function,
the carbon monoxide zone type
activates only upon CO alarms. Does
not activate for trouble conditions.
Choices for System Operation are:


20 = Arming–Stay
38 = Chime
58 = Duress


21 = Arming–Away
39 = Any Fire Alarm
60 = AAV Trig
ger


22 = Disarming (Code + OFF)
40 = Bypassing
61 = AV
S/GSMV session begin §

31 = End of Exit Time
41 = **AC Power Failure
62 =
AVS/GSMV session end §

32 = Start of Entry Time
42 = **System Battery Low

66 = Function key†


33 = Any Burglary Alarm
43 = Communication Failure

67 = Bell Failure


36 = **At Bell Timeout***

52 = Kissoff

68 = TELCO Line Fault




54 = Fire Zone Reset

78 = Keyswitch red LED†††



79 = Keyswitch green LED†††
Note:
In normal operation mode:
Code + # + 7 + NN Key Entry
starts
Device
Code + # + 8 + NN Key Entry
stops
Device

** Use 0 (any) for Partition No. (P) entry.
*** Or at Disarming, whichever occurs earlier.
† Use *57 Menu mode to assign the function key.
†† Duration is set in program field *177.
††† Device action not used for these choices.
§ automatically set when appropriate AVS Quick
Command performed.

29



5800 SERIES TRANSMITTER INPUT LOOP IDENTIFICATION
All of the transmitters illustrated have one or mor
e unique factory assigned input (loop) ID numbers.
Each of the inputs
requires its own programming zone

(e.g., a 5804's four inputs require four programmin
g zones).

For information on any transmitter not shown, refer
to the instructions accompanying that transmitter
for details regarding loop
numbers, etc.

UL NOTE
:
The following transmitters are not intended for use
in UL installations: 5804BD, 5814, 5816TEMP, 5819
, 5819WHS and
5819BRS.


LOOP 1
5806/5806W3/5807
5808/5808LST/5808W3
ENROLL AS
"RF"
LOOP 1
LOOP 1
5809
ENROLL AS
"RF"
5 8 1 8 M N L
ENROLL AS
"RF"
LOOP 1
LOOP 1
LOOPS
1 - 3
LOOP 1
LOOP 1
LOOP 1
5814
ENROLL
AS
"RF"
5800-006-V2
5 8 0 4 B D / 5 8 0 4 B DV
ENROLL AS
"BR"
PROGRAM HOUSE ID
LOOP 4
LOOP
3
LOOP 1
LOOP 2



















5 8 1 7
ENROLL AS
"RF"
LOOP 2
(AUX.
CENTER)
LOOP 1
(PRIMARY)
LOOP 3
(AUX.
RIGHT)
5 8 1 6
ENROLL AS
"RF"
LOOP 1
(TERMINALS)
LOOP 2
(REED)
LOOP 3
(TERMINALS)
5 8 2 8 / 5 8 2 8 V
P R O G R A M
HOUSE ID
5 8 2 1
ENROLL AS
"RF"
5 8 2 0 L
ENROLL AS
"RF"
5 8 1 9 S ( W H S & B R S )
ENROLL AS
"RF"
LOOP 1
(INTERNAL
SHOCK
SENSOR
LOOP 2
(REED)
5 8 1 9
ENROLL AS
"RF"
LOOP 2
(REED)
LOOP 3
(TERMINALS)
LOOP 1
(TERMINALS)
5 8 0 0 WAV E
P R O G R A M
H O U S E I D
5 8 0 0 P I R - O D
E N R O L L A S " R F "
5 8 0 0 P I R /
5 8 0 0 P I R - C O M
E N R O L L A S " R F "
5 8 1 1
E N R O L L A S " R F "
5 8 0 0 P I R - R E S
E N R O L L A S " R F "
5 8 0 0 M i c r a
E N R O L L A S " R F "
5 8 0 0 C O
E N R O L L A S " R F "
5 8 0 0 S S 1
E N R O L L A S " R F "
LOOP 1
LOOP 1
(LOW
SENSITIVITY
LOOP 2
(HIGH
SENSITIVITY)
LOOP 3 (TEMP)
LOOP 4 (TAMPER)
LOOP 1
(HIGH
SECURITY)
LOOP 2
(STANDARD
SECURITY)
LOOP 3 (TILT MODE)
LOOP 4 (TAMPER)
LOOP 1
(LOW
SENSITIVITY
LOOP 2
(HIGH
SENSITIVITY)
LOOP 3 (TEMP)
LOOP 4 (TAMPER)
5834-4
ENROLL AS "BR"
LOOP
1
LOOP
1
LOOP
1
LOOP
1
5 8 7 8
ENROLL AS
"BR"
5870API
ENROLL AS
"RF"
5 8 5 3
ENROLL AS
"RF"
ARMED
READY
MESSAGE
MIC
LOOP 1
(LOW SENSITIVITY)
LOOP 2
(HIGH SENSITIVITY)
5 8 6 9
ENROLL AS
"RF"
5 8 9 8
ENROLL AS
"RF"
SERIAL #1
LOOP 3
SERIAL #1
LOOP 4
SERIAL #2
LOOP 3
SERIAL #1
LOOP 2
SERIAL #1
LOOP 1
SERIAL #2
LOOP 2
3
AWAY
STAY
1
2
4
SERIAL #1
LOOP 3
SERIAL #1
LOOP 4
SERIAL #2
LOOP 1
SERIAL #2
LOOP 2
SERIAL #2
LOOP 3
SERIAL #1
LOOP 2
SERIAL #1
LOOP 1
SERIAL #2
LOOP 4
5804E
ENROLL AS "BR"
LOOP 4
LOOP 1
LOOP 2
LOOP 3
OFF
ON
5 8 2 2 T
ENROLL AS
"RF"
LOOP 1
(TERMINALS)
LOOP 3
(TILT
SENSOR)
5834-2
ENROLL AS "BR"
SERIAL #2
LOOP 1
SERIAL #1
LOOP 3
SERIAL #1
LOOP 2







30



TABLE OF DEVICE ADDRESSES
This Device
Uses Address

Reports as ††
Enabled By...

RF Receiver

00

100


56 zone programming: input device type entry

AUI 1 (touchscreen)
01
n/a

automatic if AUI enable field *189 enabled for AUI
1
AUI 2 (touchscreen)
02
n/a

automatic if AUI enable field *189 enabled for AUI
2
AUI 3 (touchscreen)
05
n/a

automatic if AUI enable field *189 enabled for AUI
3
AUI 4 (touchscreen)
06
n/a

automatic if AUI enable field *189 enabled for AUI
4
Internal IP/GSM Device

03

103

automatic if installed and enabled in menu mode

29

Zone Expanders (4219/4229):
module 1 (for zones 09 - 16)
module 2 (for zones 17 - 24)
module 3 (for zones 25 - 32)
module 4 zones 33 - 40
module 5 zones 41 - 48


07
08
09
10
11


107
108
109
110
111


56 zone programming: input device type entry, then:

automatic if zone no. 9-16 entered as AW type or re
lay assigned
automatic if zone no. 17-24 entered as AW type or r
elay assigned
automatic if zone no. 25-32 entered as AW type or r
elay assigned
automatic if zone no. 33-40 entered as AW type or r
elay assigned
automatic if zone no. 41-48 entered as AW type or r
elay assigned

Relay Modules (4204):
module 1
module 2
module 3
module 4


12
13
14
15


112
113
114
115


79 output device programming: device address prompt
:

entered at device address prompt
entered at device address prompt
entered at device address prompt
entered at device address prompt

Keypads:

keypad 1
keypad 2
keypad 3
keypad 4
keypad 5
keypad 6
keypad 7
keypad 8


16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23


n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a

data field programming as listed below:
always enabled, all sounds enabled.
data field

190
data field

191
data field

192
data field

193
data field

194
data field

195
data field

196

RIS Communication
25
n/a
automatic if Remote Interactive Services enabled in
field

91

†† Addressable devices are identified by “1” plus t
he device address when reporting. Enter report code
for zone 91 to enable addressable device
reporting (default = reports enabled). See field *1
99 for addressable device (ECP) 3-digit/2-digit ide
ntification keypad display options.
AUI devices are not supervised and therefore do not
report.

UL NOTICES
1.
Entry Delay No. 1 and No. 2 (fields

35,

36) cannot be greater than 30 seconds for UL Reside
ntial Burglar Alarm installations, and
entry delay plus dial delay should not exceed 1 min
ute. For UL Commercial Burglar Alarm installations,
total entry delay may not
exceed 45 seconds.
2.
For UL Commercial Burglar Alarm and UL Residenti
al Burglar Alarm installations with line security,
total exit delay time must not
exceed 60 seconds. For UL Burglar Alarm installatio
ns without line security, total exit delay time mus
t not exceed 120 seconds.
3.
The maximum number of reports per armed period (
field

93) must be set to “0” (unlimited) for UL installat
ions.
4.
Periodic testing (see scheduling mode) must be a
t least every 24 hours.
5.
Alarm Sounder plus Auxiliary Power currents must
not exceed 600mA total for UL installations (Aux p
ower 500mA max.).
6.
All partitions must be owned and managed by the
same person(s).
7.
All partitions must be part of one building at o
ne street address.
8.
If used, the audible alarm device(s) must be pla
ced where it/they can be heard by all partitions.

9.
For UL commercial burglar alarm installations th
e control unit must be protected from unauthorized
access. The tamper switch
installed to protect the control unit enclosure doo
r is suitable for this purpose.
10. Remote downloading without an alarm company tec
hnician on-site (unattended downloading) is not per
missible for UL installations.
11. Auto-disarming is not a UL Listed feature.
12. As SIA limits for delay of alarm reporting and
sounding can exceed UL limits for commercial and re
sidential applications, the
following UL requirements per UL681 are provided:

The maximum time that a control unit shall be prog
rammed to delay the transmission of a signal to a r
emote monitoring location, or
to delay the energizing of a local alarm sounding d
evice to permit the alarm system user to enter and
disarm the system, or to arm
the system and exit shall not exceed:

a) 60 seconds for a system with standard line secu
rity or encrypted line security,

b) 120 seconds for a system without standard line
security or encrypted line security, or

c) 120 seconds for a system that does not transmit
an alarm signal to a remote monitoring location.
13. This control is not intended for bank safe and
vault applications.

SIA QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
1. *31 Single Alarm Sounding per Zone: If “0” selec
ted, “alarm sounding per zone” will be the same as
the “number of reports in
armed period” set in field *93 (1 if one report, 2
if 2 reports, unlimited for zones in zone list 7).
2. *34 Exit Delay: Minimum exit delay is 45 seconds
.
3. *35/*36 Entry Delay 1 and 2: Minimum entry delay
is 30 seconds.
4. *37 Audible Exit Warning: Feature always enabled
; field does not exist.
5. *39 Power Up in Previous State: Must be “1,” pow
er up in previous state.
6. *40 PABX Access Code or Call Waiting Disable: If
call waiting is used, call waiting disable option
in field *91 must be set.
7. *50 Burglary Dial Delay: Delay must be minimum o
f 30 seconds.
8. *59 Exit Error Alarm Report Code: Always enabled
.
9
*68 Cancel Report Code: Default is “code enabled.

10. *69 Recent Closing Report Code: Always enabled.

11. *91 Option Selection: Exit Delay option should
be enabled. If call waiting is used, Call Waiting D
isable must be set to “1”
(enabled).
12. *93 No. reports in Armed Period: Must be set fo
r 1 or 2 report pairs.
13. Cross zone timer is set in field

85; cross zone pairs are assigned in zone list 4 us
ing

81 Zone List mode.
14. Duress code is assigned by using the “add a use
r code” procedure found in the User Guide. Enable D
uress code reporting by
programming zone 92 using

56 Zone Programming mode.
15. Fire alarm verification is a built-in system fe
ature when a zone is programmed for zone type 16.

††
Addressable devices are identified by “1” plus the
device
address when reporting. Enter report code for zone
91 to
enable device reporting (default = enabled). See fi
eld

199
for addressable device (ECP) 3-digit/2-digit identi
fication
keypad display options.
AUI devices are not supervised and therefore do not
report.


31



FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (FCC) PART 15 STA
TEMENTS
The user shall not make any changes or modification
s to the equipment unless authorized by the Install
ation Instructions or User's Manual. Unauthorized
changes or modifications could void the user's auth
ority to operate the equipment.
CLASS B DIGITAL DEVICE STATEMENT
This equipment has been tested to FCC requirements
and has been found acceptable for use. The FCC requ
ires the following statement for your information:

This equipment generates and uses radio frequency e
nergy and if not installed and used properly, that
is, in strict accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions, may cause interference to radio and t
elevision reception. It has been type tested and fo
und to comply with the limits for a Class B computi
ng
device in accordance with the specifications in Par
t 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide re
asonable protection against such interference in a
residential installation. However, there is no guar
antee that interference will not occur in a particu
lar installation. If this equipment does cause inte
rference to
radio or television reception, which can be determi
ned by turning the equipment off and on, the user i
s encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or
more of the following measures:
• If using an indoor antenna, have a quality outdoo
r antenna installed.
• Reorient the receiving antenna until interference
is reduced or eliminated.
• Move the radio or television receiver away from t
he receiver/control.
• Move the antenna leads away from any wire runs to
the receiver/control.
• Plug the receiver/control into a different outlet
so that it and the radio or television receiver ar
e on different branch circuits.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV tec
hnician for help.

This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadi
an ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme
à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.


INDUSTRY CANADA (IC) STATEMENTS
This device complies with FCC Part 15 and RSS210 of
Industry Canada. Operation is subject to the follo
wing two conditions: (1) This device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) This device must acce
pt any interference received, including interferenc
e that may cause undesired operation.
Cet appareil est conforme à la partie 15 des règles
de la FCC & de RSS 210 des Industries Canada. Son
fonctionnement est soumis aux conditions suivantes:

(1) Cet appareil ne doit pas causer d' interference
s nuisibles. (2) Cet appareil doit accepter toute i
nterférence reçue y compris les interférences causa
nt une
réception indésirable.


TELEPHONE/MODEM INTERFACE
FCC Part 68
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rul
es. On the front cover of this equipment is a labe
l that contains the FCC registration number and Rin
ger
Equivalence Number (REN). You must provide this in
formation to the telephone company when requested.


This equipment uses the following USOC jack: RJ31X

This equipment may not be used on telephone-company
-provided coin service. Connection to party lines
is subject to state tariffs. This equipment is hea
ring-
aid compatible.

Industry Canada
NOTICE
: The Industry Canada Label identifies certified eq
uipment. This certification means that the equipmen
t meets telecommunications network protective,
operational and safety requirements as prescribed i
n the appropriate Terminal Equipment Technical Requ
irements document(s). The Department does not
guarantee the equipment will operate to the user’s
satisfaction.

Before installing this equipment, users should ensu
re that it is permissible to be connected to the fa
cilities of the local telecommunications company. T
he
equipment must also be installed using an acceptabl
e method of connection. The customer should be awar
e that compliance with the above conditions may
not prevent degradation of service in some situatio
ns.

Repairs to certified equipment should be coordinate
d by a representative designated by the supplier. A
ny repairs or alterations made by the user to this
equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the
telecommunications company to request the user to d
isconnect the equipment.

Users should ensure for their own protection that t
he electrical ground connections of the power utili
ty, telephone lines and internal metallic water pip
e system,
if present, are connected together, This precaution
may be particularly important in rural areas.

Caution
: Users should not attempt to make such connections
themselves but should contact appropriate electric
inspection authority, or electrician, as
appropriate.

Ringer Equivalence Number Notice:

The
Ringer Equivalence Number
(REN) assigned to each terminal device provides an
indication of the maximum number of terminals allo
wed to be
connected to a telephone interface. The terminatio
n on an interface may consist of any combination of
devices subject only to the requirement that the s
um of
the Ringer Equivalence Numbers of all the devices d
oes not exceed 5.

Industrie Canada
AVIS:
l’étiquette d’Industrie Canada identifie le matéri
el homologué. Cette étiquette certifie que le matér
iel est conforme aux normes de protection,
d’exploitation et de sécurité des réseaux de téléco
mmunications, comme le prescrivent les documents co
ncernant les exigences techniques relatives au
matériel terminal. Le Ministère n’assure toutefois
pas que le matériel fonctionnera à la satisfaction
de l’utilisateur.


Avant d’installer ce matériel, l’utilisateur doit s
’assurer qu’il est permis de le raccorder aux insta
llations de l’enterprise locale de télécommunicatio
n. Le matériel
doit également être installé en suivant une méthode
acceptée da raccordement. L’abonné ne doit pas oub
lier qu’il est possible que la conformité aux
conditions énoncées ci-dessus n’empêche pas la dégr
adation du service dans certaines situations.


Les réparations de matériel nomologué doivent être
coordonnées par un représentant désigné par le four
nisseur. L’entreprise de télécommunications peut
demander à l’utilisateur da débrancher un appareil
à la suite de réparations ou de modifications effec
tuées par l’utilisateur ou à cause de mauvais
fonctionnement.


Pour sa propre protection, l’utilisateur doit s’ass
urer que tous les fils de mise à la terre de la sou
rce d’energie électrique, de lignes téléphoniques e
t des
canalisations d’eau métalliques, s’il y en a, sont
raccordés ensemble. Cette précaution est particuliè
rement importante dans les régions rurales.

Avertissement :
L’utilisateur ne doit pas tenter de faire ces racc
ordements lui-même; il doit avoir racours à un serv
ice d’inspection des installations
électriques, ou à un électricien, selon le cas.

AVIS : L’indice d’équivalence de la sonnerie
(IES) assigné à chaque dispositif terminal indique
le nombre maximal de terminaux qui peuvent être ra
ccordés
à une interface. La terminaison d’une interface tél
éphonique peut consister en une combinaison de quel
ques dispositifs, à la seule condition que la somme

d’indices d’équivalence de la sonnerie de tous les
dispositifs n’excède pas 5.



!

RF EXPOSURE WARNING
The VISTA-GSM4G module must be installed to provide
a separation distance of at least 7.8 in. (20 cm)
from all persons
and must not be co-located or operating in conjunct
ion with any other antenna or transmitter except in
accordance with
FCC multi-transmitter product procedures.



WARNING - THE LIMITATIONS OF THIS ALARM SYSTEM
While this System is an advanced design security sy
stem, it does not offer guaranteed protection again
st burglary, fire or other emergency. Any
alarm system, whether commercial or residential, is
subject to compromise or failure to warn for a var
iety of reasons. For example:

Intruders may gain access through unprotected ope
nings or have the technical sophistication to bypas
s an alarm sensor or disconnect an
alarm warning device.

Intrusion detectors (e.g., passive infrared detec
tors), smoke detectors, and many other sensing devi
ces will not work without power. Battery-
operated devices will not work without batteries, w
ith dead batteries, or if the batteries are not put
in properly. Devices powered solely by AC
will not work if their AC power supply is cut off f
or any reason, however briefly.

Signals sent by wireless transmitters may be bloc
ked or reflected by metal before they reach the ala
rm receiver. Even if the signal path has
been recently checked during a weekly test, blockag
e can occur if a metal object is moved into the pat
h.

A user may not be able to reach a panic or emerge
ncy button quickly enough.

While smoke detectors have played a key role in r
educing residential fire deaths in the United State
s, they may not activate or provide early
warning for a variety of reasons in as many as 35%
of all fires, according to data published by the Fe
deral Emergency Management Agency.
Some of the reasons smoke detectors used in conjunc
tion with this System may not work are as follows.
Smoke detectors may have been
improperly installed and positioned. Smoke detector
s may not sense fires that start where smoke cannot
reach the detectors, such as in
chimneys, in walls, or roofs, or on the other side
of closed doors. Smoke detectors also may not sense
a fire on another level of a residence
or building. A second floor detector, for example,
may not sense a first floor or basement fire. Final
ly, smoke detectors have sensing
limitations. No smoke detector can sense every kind
of fire every time. In general, detectors may not
always warn about fires caused by
carelessness and safety hazards like smoking in bed
, violent explosions, escaping gas, improper storag
e of flammable materials,
overloaded electrical circuits, children playing wi
th matches, or arson. Depending on the nature of th
e fire and/or location of the smoke
detectors, the detector, even if it operates as ant
icipated, may not provide sufficient warning to all
ow all occupants to escape in time to
prevent injury or death.

Passive Infrared Motion Detectors can only detect
intrusion within the designed ranges as diagrammed
in their installation manual. Passive
Infrared Detectors do not provide volumetric area p
rotection. They do create multiple beams of protect
ion, and intrusion can only be
detected in unobstructed areas covered by those bea
ms. They cannot detect motion or intrusion that tak
es place behind walls, ceilings,
floors, closed doors, glass partitions, glass doors
, or windows. Mechanical tampering, masking, painti
ng or spraying of any material on the
mirrors, windows or any part of the optical system
can reduce their detection ability. Passive Infrare
d Detectors sense changes in
temperature; however, as the ambient temperature of
the protected area approaches the temperature rang
e of 90° to 105°F (32° to 40°C),
the detection performance can decrease.

Alarm warning devices such as sirens, bells or ho
rns may not alert people or wake up sleepers if the
y are located on the other side of closed
or partly open doors. If warning devices are locate
d on a different level of the residence from the be
drooms, then they are less likely to
waken or alert people inside the bedrooms. Even per
sons who are awake may not hear the warning if the
alarm is muffled by noise from a
stereo, radio, air conditioner or other appliance,
or by passing traffic. Finally, alarm warning devic
es, however loud, may not warn hearing-
impaired people.

Telephone lines needed to transmit alarm signals
from a premises to a central monitoring station may
be out of service or temporarily out of
service. Telephone lines are also subject to compro
mise by sophisticated intruders.

Even if the system responds to the emergency as i
ntended, however, occupants may have insufficient t
ime to protect themselves from the
emergency situation. In the case of a monitored ala
rm system, authorities may not respond appropriatel
y.

This equipment, like other electrical devices, is
subject to component failure. Even though this equ
ipment is designed to last as long as 10
years, the electronic components could fail at any
time.
The most common cause of an alarm system not functi
oning when an intrusion or fire occurs is inadequat
e maintenance. This alarm system
should be tested weekly to make sure all sensors an
d transmitters are working properly. The security k
eypad (and remote keypad) should be
tested as well.
Wireless transmitters (used in some systems) are de
signed to provide long battery life under normal op
erating conditions. Longevity of batteries
may be as much as 4 to 7 years, depending on the en
vironment, usage, and the specific wireless device
being used. External factors such as
humidity, high or low temperatures, as well as larg
e swings in temperature, may all reduce the actual
battery life in a given installation. This
wireless system, however, can identify a true low-b
attery situation, thus allowing time to arrange a c
hange of battery to maintain protection for
that given point within the system.
Installing an alarm system may make the owner eligi
ble for a lower insurance rate, but an alarm system
is not a substitute for insurance.
Homeowners, property owners and renters should cont
inue to act prudently in protecting themselves and
continue to insure their lives and
property.
We continue to develop new and improved protection
devices. Users of alarm systems owe it to themselve
s and their loved ones to learn about
these developments.


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