How Do I Program a 4193SN to a VISTA-128BPT, 250BPT, or VISTA-50?
When programming the 4193SN, the user must first determine if one or both loops will be used. Following the steps below, program the zone(s) into the system. Programming and connection of the device should occur at the same time, otherwise issues such as trouble display will arise.
- Enter programming. Enter Installer Code (Default = 4140) + 8 + 00 (Vista-50), or Installer Code + 8 + 000 (Vista-128BPT or Vista-250BPT). Press #93.
- "Zone Prog?" prompt - Press 1 for yes.
- "Set to Confirm?" prompt - Press 0 for no.
- "Enter Zone No." prompt - Press the 2 or 3 digit zone number you wish to program (Vista-50 uses 2 digit zone numbers, Vista-128BPT and Vista-250BPT use 3 digit). Press * to move through programming screens.
- Enter the appropriate information for Zone Type, Partition, and Report Code.
- "Input Type" prompt - Enter 06 for Serial # Polling, then press *.
- Enter the Serial Number assigned to the 4193SN, OR fault and restore the zone connected to the proper input loop to learn in the serial number. Learning in the SN will only be possible when about 20 or fewer devices are connected to the polling loop. If there are more than 20 connected, there's a good chance another zone's serial number will check in while you're trying to make your entry. You will then have to delete and re-learn. Press *.
- Enter loop number 1 or 2. Press *. You should see a summary screen that shows the programming you've made. Press * to move on if programming the VISTA-50. This will advance you to the next zone number.
- "Smart Contact?" prompt - Press 0 for no.
- "Anti-Mask?" prompt - Press 0 for no.
- "V-Plex Relay?" prompt - Press 0 for no.
- "Enter Zone No." prompt - Press 00 or 000, then *.
- "Quit Menu Mode?" prompt - Press 1 for yes.
- Exit programming. Press *99.
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