How Do I Program A Honeywell 6160 Keypad?
Install a Honeywell 6160 keypad to the control panel's keypad terminals as shown in the installation manual.
Once installed, to enable the 6160 keypad, start by setting the address at the keypad. The main keypad address should be addressed to 16. The keypad's default address is 31. Each keypad must be assigned a unique address. Keypads programmed with the same address will provide unpredictable results.
To enter programming, enter the installer code (Honeywell's factory default installer code is 4112) followed by the numbers 800. Or power up the keypad and within 50 seconds of powering up, press the star (*) key and the pound (#) key at the same time, this method needs to be used if ✱98 was used to exit program mode.
Use data field *57 to program the 4 function keys on the right hand side known as A, B, C and D. These keys may be programmed for panic alarms, stay, away and other special functions. Function keys must be held down for 2 seconds to activate an alarm.
Use data fields *190-*196 to enable keypad addresses, assign a partition, and enable sound options.
Use fields *197, *198, and *199 to turn on a partition number display, exit time interval display, and select fail display mode.
Set keypad-related data fields: *21 Quick Arm Enable, *23 Forced Bypass, and *84 Auto Stay Arm.
Refer to the control panel's programming guide for the complete list of programming commands and explanations.
The Honeywell 6160 is an alphanumeric keypad and provides full functionality for programming and controlling a Honeywell Vista series hard-wired security system. The 6160 keypad has a 32 character display screen which features English status messages. Both the screen and the keys are backlit. The 6160 also has a speaker which will beep to indicate system status, entry/exit delay, or alarm situations.The Honeywell 6160 keypad is compatible with the Honeywell Vista series control panels.
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