Does Honeywell Tuxedo Touch Work w/ RF Sensors?
The Honeywell Tuxedo Touch integrates with a Honeywell Vista series alarm control panel, so while it can be used to control RF sensors, as any keypad will, it does not contain an RF Receiver, which would allow RF Sensors to talk to the Vista panel, nor will it communicate alarm signals to Central Station on behalf of the panel.
The Honeywell Tuxedo Touch has a 7 inch color touchscreen that functions as a z wave controller, camera viewer and keypad for a Honeywell Vista series control panel.
A Honeywell Vista alarm panel is a hybrid control panel that supports both hardwired devices and Honeywell RF wireless devices. The Honeywell Vista control panel needs either an RF keypad like the Honeywell 6160RF or a 5881 series wireless receiver like the 5881ENH to support Honeywell RF devices. Only Honeywell 5800 RF wireless series devices are compatible with the Vista alarm control panel when a wireless receiver is added.
The Honeywell Tuxedo Touch connects to a Vista alarm control panel by addressing it to one of the available AUI device addresses. A Honeywell Vista control panel can support from 2 - 6 Tuxedo Touch keypads, depending on the model of the Vista control panel.
The Honeywell Tuxedo Touch has voice, and will annunciate any alarm or trouble signal by stating the zone number and zone description, if programmed.
The Honeywell Tuxedo Touch built-in Z-Wave controller supports up to 232 Z-Wave modules. Users can control lights, door locks, thermostats and shades, and can program up to 10 scenes on The Honeywell Tuxedo Touch that, when triggered, can activate multiple Z-Wave modules at once. For instance, you can have a “leaving your home” scene that locks your doors, turns off all your lights and lowers your z wave thermostat.
Users can view up to 4 Honeywell IP cameras directly on the Tuxedo Touch screen, at a time. A total of 16 Honeywell IP cameras can be programmed to the Tuxedo Touch.
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