Resideo Honeywell Home Vista-21iPLTE - Quick Install Guide Dated 8/19



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Document ID 800-25360V1A Rev. A

Ê800
-25360V1AÊ

800-
25360V1A
8/19 Rev A

The Honeywell Home Trademark is used under license from Honeywell International Inc.

This product is manufactured by Resideo Technologies, Inc.



2 Corporate Center Drive, Suite 100

P.O. Box
9040, Melville, NY 11747

2019
Resideo Technologies, Inc.
www.resideo.com


VISTA
-
2
1i
P
LTE
/V21SIALTE

Security System

Quick Inst
allation Guide



(A copy of the Installation and Setup Guide is available upon request)

FOR DOCUMENTATION AND ONLINE SUPPORT
:

https://mywebtech.honeywell
home
.com/

(see instructions

800
-
2
5358
V1
A

8
/19

or hig
her)

These instructions apply to the following Honeywell Home security systems:

VISTA-
21iPLTE, V21SIALTE

Features and procedures apply to all, except where differences are noted.

V21SIALTE is a certified SIA
-compliant control that meets SIA specifications
for False Alarm Reduction.



Mount the
Control



1.

Remove the cabinet door.

Remove the cabinet knockouts
needed for wiring entry.

2. Mount the control cabinet to a sturdy wall in a clean, dry
area, which is not readily accessible to the general public,
using fasteners or anchors (not supplied) with the four
cabinet mounting holes.

3. When installation and wiring is completed, install the
cabinet door and secure by using 2 screws (supplied)
through the door's edge.


OPTIONAL KEY LOCK:
If desired, a key lo
ck can be
installed (K4445
V1
). See Installation Instructions for details.




Securing the Cabinet Door

4. Mount the PC Board. Refer to the diagram below.
If mounting an RF Receiver inside the cabinet, remove the
receiver board from its case, then insert the top of the board into the slots at the top of the cabinet. Install the
control board below the receiver
board using the clips
and screws
provided. Insert grounding lugs
into the
left
-hand terminals of the antenna blocks and secure them with the screws
provided.
Insert the receiver's
antennas into the blocks' right
-hand terminals, and tighten the screws.


Mounting the PC Board


Optional
LTE
-21V
Module Note:
Refer to the
LTE
-21V
Module Installation

section in the
online
Installation & Setup Guide

for ins
tructions on mounting this module.


Connect the Transformer & Battery


1361
-GT
Transformer
(1361CN
-GT
in Canada)


Do not plug the transformer into the AC outlet
until all wiring connections to the control are complete. As a
safety precaution, always power
down the control when making such connections.

Battery Connections


After all connections to the control are completed and
after AC power has been applied
, connect the red and
black flying leads on the control board to the battery.



IMPORTANT:
This con
trol will not power
-up on battery alone (AC power must be applied). However, once the
system is powered up, it will operate on battery if AC is lost.


UL

For UL installations and Residential fire installations, refer to the chart below for the correct batt
ery size
required to meet the mandatory standby time.

CALIFORNIA STATE FIRE MARSHALL
(CSFM
) AND UL RESIDENTIAL FIRE

24-HOUR BATTERY BACKUP REQUIREMENTS

The California State Fire Marshal and
UL have regulations which require that all residential fire alarm control
panels must be provided with a backup battery which has sufficient capacity to operate the panel and its attached
peripheral devices for 24 hours in the intended standby condition,
followed by at least 4 minutes in the intended
fire alarm signaling condition. This control panel can meet these requirements without using a supplementary
power supply,
provided that the panel’s auxiliary power and bell output current
s are limited as listed below.


OUTPUT LIMITATIONS AND REQUIRED BATTERIES

OUTPUT CURRENT LIMITS

BATTERY INFORMATION

Current Total


600mA maximum
total of auxiliary
power plus bell
output currents

Max. Aux.Current

45mA

160mA

200mA

425mA

500mA

Battery Capac
ity (Amp/Hrs)

4AH

7AH

8AH

14AH

1
8
AH

Recommended Battery

(Yuasa No.)

NP4
-12 (or ADEMCO 467)

NP7
-12
NP4
-12 (two) ‡
NP7
-12 (two) ‡
NPG18
-
12



NOTE:
Use two batteries, connected in parallel. Obtain Battery Harness 100
-02111. (Both batteries will fit inside t
he
cabinet.)

Connect Devices, Zones, Sounder, and Phone

Line

Refer to the Wiring Diagram on the reverse side for connection information. NOTE:
This system uses a range of reserved addresses for each type of device.


1.

Connect keypads and other addressabl
e devices to the ECP terminals 4
-
7.

Wire Chart For Devices Drawing Aux Power From The Control (12V+ & 12V

)

Wire

TOTAL CURRENT OF ALL DEVICES CONNECTED TO A SINGLE WIRE RUN

Size

50 mA or less

100 mA

300 mA

500 mA

600 mA

#22

900f
t (274m)

450ft (137m)

150ft (46m)

90ft (27m)

75ft (23m)

#20

1400ft (427m)

700ft (213m)

240ft (73m)

140ft (43m)

120ft (37m)

#18

1500ft (457m)

1100ft (335m)

350ft (107m)

220ft (67m)

170ft (52m)

#16

1500ft (457m)

1500ft (457m)

550ft (168m)

350ft (107m)

270
ft (82m)

The length of all wire runs for both partitions combined must not exceed 1500 feet (457m) when unshielded quad conductor cabl
e is used
(750 feet if shielded cable is used).



Standard Keypads
(6150 / 6160 series)




Keypad addresses range from a
ddress 16
-23.
Set each keypad’s address
accordingly.



NOTE:
Address 16 is reserved for the first keypad and is always enabled in the control.




Use data fields

190
-

196 to enable keypads and set their sounding options.


Expander Modules
(4219, 4229)




Connect desired field wiring to the module’s zone terminals.




Expander module addresses range from 07
-11.
Set each module’s
DIP
address
accordingly
.



Use

56 Menu mode to program zone characteristics.


Touchscreen Keypads
(6280, Tuxedo, Tuxedo WiFi
; = up to 4
)



Use of touchscreen keypads is independent from and in addition to eight (8) standard keypads.




Set each touchscreen’s address accordingly (1, 2, 5, 6
; see table on back
) and enable in field

189
.



Make sure the auxiliary current drain is w
ithin the control’s limitation. Otherwise
use an external power
supply
to power the touchscreen keypads.


RF
Receiver
(5881
, 5883
, RF Keypad
)



5881
EN
L= up to 8 RF zones; 5881
EN
M / 6150RF = up to 16 RF zones



5881
EN
H / 5883
H / 6160RF = up to system maxim
um RF zones




Set the receiver’s address to 00 using the module’s DIP switches.




If using wireless keypads, set field

24 RF House ID Code appropriately.




Do not locate the receiver or transmitters on or near metal objects. This will decrease range and/or block
transmissions.




Do not locate the RF receiver in an area of high RF interference (indicated by frequent or prolonged
lighting of the receiver’s LED; random flicker is OK).




Do not locate RF receiver closer than 10 feet
from any keypads.


Program the Control


Refer to the Programming Guide to program the control
(or use Compass Downloader)
.

1. Enter Programming Mode: installer code + 8
-0-
0.
2. Change the default Installer Code using field

20.

3. Enter the appropriate cen
tral station phone numbers and account numbers.

4. Program the system data field options as desired.

5. Use the various menu modes to program zones, relay outputs, descriptors, etc.

6. If AVS system is installed, use the appropriate AVS Quick Program Comma
nd.

7. Program Schedules (if used): Master code + [#] + 64


Use the following commands to set test report frequency (first report sent 12 hrs after command):


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 days

8. Enable RF button keyfobs (if used) and assign to user numbers accordingly.

9. Show the Master user how to change the default Master code:

master code + [8] +
0-2 + new code + new code again


Test the System

Sniffer Mode Test:
To verify that all transmitters have been properly programmed, disarm all partitions.

1. From a keypad in partition 1, enter Installer code + [#] + 3. All programmed transmitters are displayed.

2. Fault all transmitters in turn. The display clears each transmitter as a signal is received.

3. Exit Sniffer mode: Installer code + 1 (OFF)
; does not automatically expire; you must exit manually.

System Test

1. Disarm the system and close all pr
otected windows, doors, etc.

2. Enter the Installer code + [5] (TEST), then press 0 = walk.
(Option 1 = Dial checks phone line integrity.)

3. Listen. The external sounder
should sound for about 1 second then turn off.
4. Fault al
l zones in turn and listen for three beeps from the keypad. ID of each faulted point should appear on the
keypad display. The display clears when the zone is restored.

5. Test all smoke and CO detectors
following the manufacturer's
instructions and check the display.

6. When all zones have been checked,
and are intact (closed), there should be no zone identification
numbers displayed on the keypad.

7.

Exit test mode: security code + [1] (OFF).



Relay Modules

(4204)




Connect desired field wiring to the module’s relay contact terminals.




Relay module addresses range from address 12
-15. Set
each module’s DIP
address
accordingly
.



Use

79 /

80 Menu modes to map
each device address and define output
functions.


Communication Device
(LTE
-21V
)



Set the communication device to address 03.




Use

29 Menu mode to enable the module then use AlarmNet 360 to
program the device.


AVS
System



If used, follow the installation instructions provided with the module.




Connect the AVS
module to the control’s ECP terminals and connect
all other
ECP devices to the AVS
module’s ECP terminals.




Set the AVS ad
dress using its DIP switches: set to address
11



Use the desired AVS Quick Program Command to set pre
-defined options:



installer
code + [#] + 0
+ 3: enable AVS operation



installer code + [#] + 0
+ 4: enable AVS and enable panel sounds on AVST speaker




Use field

55 Dynamic Signaling Priority to select the desired reporting paths.

2. Connect hardwire zones to the appropriate zone terminals 8
-20.

3. On
-Board Trigger Connections




Connect field wiring to the appropriate trigger pin using the 4
-wire cable (N4632-4
, not supplied
).



Trigger outputs are normally high, and go low upon programmed condition
(can be set inverted).




Use

79/

80 Menu modes to program the trigger outputs.




Output 17 (pin 1
) = supports
up to 100mA
max
; Output 18 (pin 5
) = supports
up to 20mA
max

4. Install Wireless Zone Transmitters.



Use

56 Menu mode to program wireless zones and enroll the transmit
ters.




Use the Go/No Go Test mode to verify adequate signal strength from each transmitter location:
Enter
Installer code + [#] +
4, then fault each transmitter and listen for 3 beeps at the keypad and the zone
display. Exit mode: user code + 1 (OFF).

5. Connect the external sounder to terminals 3 and 4.



If not using bell supervision, connect the supplied 820 ohm resistor across terminals 3 and 4. If using bell
supervision, see the next bullet point.




If supervised output desired, see Sounder Superv
ision wiring diagram on reverse side, and set field

91
Option Selection for Bell Supervision.

6. Connect the phone line using terminals 21
-24.




Use an RJ31X jack as shown in the diagram on reverse side.


Major Features and Capacities


Feature

Details

Partitions

2 plus common area

Zones

48 plus 16 keyfob zones for total of 64 zones:


8 hardwired zones
(1-8)


Up to 40 additional wired zones (9
-48) using up to 5 4219/4229
modules


Up to 40 wireless zo
nes (5800 series; zones 9
-48)



4 configurable zone types

Security Codes

48

Schedules

32

Keypad macros

4

Event Logging

100

Paging

4

Keypads

8

Touch Screen Devices

4

4
21
9
, 4229

5

4204

4

Output Relay
s

16

On
-
Board Triggers

2

Output Functions

48


WARRANTY INFORMATION

For the latest warranty information, please go to:

https://www.security.honeywellhome.com/hsc/resources/wa/index.html




The product should not be dis
posed of with other household waste. Check for the nearest authorized
collection centers or authorized recyclers. The correct disposal of end-
of-life equipment will help
prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health.




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