Honeywell VISTA Residential Comparison

I would suggest starting with the VISTA-21iP-6160KT kit ( as it includes a VISTA-21iP 8-zone wired alarm panel with integrated internet communicator and also includes a 6160 alphanumeric keypad. You could then add any of the Honeywell wired keypads at as your 2nd and 3rd keypads. Do you have any smoke detectors tied into the system now?
yes i am replacing a 25 yr old radionics wired system with 8 zones installed and 3 keypads, what do recommend

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Residential Systems
SYSTEM CAPACITIES Maximum Zone Capacity Std. Hardwired Zones (with zone doubling) Maximum ECP Hardwire Expansion Zones Maximum Wireless Expansion Zones Wireless Keys (do not use zones) Partitions User Codes Event Log Maximum Number Two-Wire Smokes Maximum Number of Schedules FALSE ALARM PREVENTION FEATURES Exit Error Logic Exit Delay Reset Exit Delay Countdown Cross Zoning Alarm Verification – Fire Swinger Shutdown Unvacated Auto-Stay Alarm Cancel Verification SYSTEM CONFIGURATION Interactive Phone Support Real Time Clock Temporal Bell Bell Supervision Telephone Line Monitor On-board Triggers Relays Supported X-10 Devices Supported Integrated Internet as a System Configuration ADDITIONAL FEATURES Master Console Cross Partitioning (go to) “Night” Arming RF Supervision by Transmitter Common Lobby Logic Configurable Zone Type “Battery Saver” Keyswitch Arming CONVENIENCE FEATURES Single Button Arming Quick Exit Keypad Macros Viewable Event Log at Keypad Time & Date Display Pager Capability Auto Arm/Disarm Graphic Keypad Support Internet and GSM Communication Support 22 6 (–) 0 16 8 1 16 32 0 2

32 6 (–) 16 26 8 1 32 50 16 8

48 8 (15) 40 40 16 2 “true” 48 100 16 32

48 8 (15) 40 40 16 2 “true” 48 100 16 32

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2 8 8 N/A

2 16 16 N/A

2 16 16

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N/A – N/A

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– 2 2

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Supported Feature

– Not Supported

N/A Not Applicable

Residential Systems
SYSTEM CAPACITY • Max. Zone Capacity—the maximum number of total zones (standard zones + wireless expansion zones + hardwired expansion zones) that can be supported by the panel. • Std. Hardwired Zones—the number of hardwired zones that the panel supports before expansion. • Max. ECP Hardwired Expansion—the maximum number of zones that can be added via a hardwired expansion module 4219, 4229, or polling loop. • Max. Wireless Expansion—the maximum number of zones that can be added via a wireless receiver (5881ENL, ENM, ENH) or RF keypad (6150RF, 6128RF) • Wireless Keys (do not use zones)—the maximum number of fully programmed four-button keys that can be enrolled in the panel without taking away from maximum zone capacity. • Partitions—the number of areas that can be controlled separately as if each area had its own control panel. • User Codes—the total number of unique codes used to operate the system. • Event Log—the number of events (openings, closings, alarms, etc) that the panel records. • Max. Expansion of Two-Wire Smokes—the maximum number of two-wire smokes that can be supported. • Max. Number of Schedules—the maximum number of scheduled events that can be programmed into the system (openings, closings, etc). FALSE ALARM PREVENTION FEATURES • Exit Error Logic—alerts the user and allows for correction in the event an exit door is left open while keeping the remaining protection points armed; a unique report is sent to the central station. • Exit Delay Reset—allows for user re-entry without causing an alarm. • Exit Delay Countdown—allows the user to see the exit delay countdown at the keypad. • Cross Zoning—requires a combination of zones to fault before an alarm sounds. • Alarm Verification - Fire—will double-check an alarm condition before sounding. • Swinger Shutdown—the number of times per armed period a panel will call the central station when multiple alarms occur. • Unvacated Auto-Stay—an option that will cause the panel to arm STAY if the user has armed the panel in AWAY mode, but does not trip an entry/exit zone. • Alarm Cancel Verification—a distinct keypad message received after an alarm report has been successfully cancelled. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION • Interactive Phone Support—permits access to and control of the security system from any touch-tone telephone. • Real Time Clock—an internal clock used to “stamp” events when they occur (see event log). • Temporal Bell—the ability to sound a pulsing fire alarm in compliance with code (three pulses and a pause, repeated). • Bell Supervision—the ability to monitor the status of all audible warning devices and report a TROUBLE condition via the keypad and/or central station. • Telephone Line Monitor—a message sent to the keypad in the event of a phone line fault. May be used to send a report to the central station via secondary method. • On-Board Triggers—programmable voltage level outputs which can be used to initiate external devices (i.e. radio transmitter, strobe light, etc.). • Relays Supported—the number of 4204 or 4229 relays that can be used to activate other equipment and devices. • X-10 Devices Supported—the number of X-10 compatible devices that can be controlled via an X-10 transformer (4300). ADDITIONAL FEATURES • Master Console—the ability to have one keypad monitor and operate all partitions. • Cross Partitioning (go to)—the ability to control any partition in a multi-partition system from any keypad. • “Night” Arming—an additional arming state that allows certain specified interior zones to act as if the panel were armed in AWAY mode. • RF Supervision by Transmitter—the panel checks the status and presence of all supervised wireless devices. • Common Lobby Logic—logic that allows a common area to be shared by multiple partitions. • Configurable Zone Type—allows the installer to create a custom zone type and assign all zone attributes. • “Battery Saver”—during AC power fail this function will disconnect the battery to prevent irreversible system battery failure. • Keyswitch Arming—supports the use of a keyswitch on either partition utilizing a hardwire zone. CONVENIENCE FEATURES • Single Button Arming—an option that allows the panel to be armed by depressing a single key on the keypad. • Quick Exit—an option that will allow a user to exit the premises without disarming the panel by initiating exit delay while the panel is armed in STAY mode. • Keypad Macros—allows simplified keypad commands to control complex events. • Viewable Event Log at Keypad—allows events stored in the panel to be viewed at the keypad. • Time and Date Display—allows the time and date to be displayed directly on the keypad. • Pager Capability—The ability to send reports to pager number(s) in addition to central station phone numbers. • Auto Arm/Disarm—allows the panel to arm or disarm itself via a programmed schedule. • Internet Support—allows uploading/downloading and alarm reporting via the internet.

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