Honeywell 6160 Frequently Asked Questions

Can Multiple 6160 Keypads be Daisy Chained Together?
It is possible to use multiple Honeywell 6160 Keypads that are daisy chained together. This will allow the user to use multiple 6160 Keypads with the same wired panel. This is great for users who want to have multiple access points for their Honeywell VISTA Panel. Learn more about the 6160 Keypad.
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Can I Change the Time on My VISTA-P System w/o Using the Master Code?
You can use your Master Code or the Installer Code to change the date and time on a Honeywell VISTA P-Series System. By using one of these codes plus the [#63] command, you can change the date and time on your Honeywell VISTA. Learn more about adjusting your VISTA panel's date and time.
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How Do I Turn Off My Honeywell Alarm System's Chime?
Turning of the chime on a Honeywell Alarm System is very easy. However, the process will vary slightly depending upon what type of Honeywell Panel is being used. Hardwired Vista Panels follow a different process than wireless Honeywell Systems. Learn more about the chime on a Honeywell system.
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What Does FC Stand For on My Alarm System?
An FC code indicates that a Honeywell VISTA System is having trouble communicating. This message is often displayed on a keypad when the panel previously used its built-in dialer to send signals. This error code can be cleared by most end users. Learn more about the FC code on a VISTA panel.
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How Do I Clear the FC Code on my Honeywell Alarm?
An FC code on a Honeywell VISTA System stands for Failed To Communicate. This means that the panel attempted to dial out using its built-in dialer, and it did not receive acknowledgement that the signal was accepted. Learn more about clearing the FC code on a Honeywell security system.
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How Do I Make My 6160RF Chime When a Zone is Opened?
Enabling the chime on a 6160RF keypad is a very easy process. However, the user will need to know the Master Code for the system to enable this feature. Once the chime has been enabled, the keypad will chime whenever a zone is faulted. Learn more about the chime feature on a 6160RF keypad.
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How Do I Program a Wired Zone on a Vista Panel?
Determine how you wish to connect your wired zone, then program each zone according to the way it is wired. Zone 1 must always be wired with a 2K end or line resistor. Zones 2 - 6 (15P) or 2 - 8 (20P, 21iP) can be programmed as Normally Open, Normally Closed, or EOL. Read on to learn more. Determine how you wish to connect your wired zone, then program each zone according to the way it is wired. Zone 1 must always be wired with a 2K end of line resistor. Zones 2 - 6 (15P) or 2 - 8 (20P, 21iP) can be programmed as Normally Open, Normally Closed, or EOL. Read on to learn more.
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Is It Possible to Program a 21iP w/ a Tuxedo Touch?
It is possible to program a VISTA-21iP panel with a Tuxedo Touch, but there are keypads better suited for programming. One such keypad is the 6160 keypad.
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Honeywell 6160 vs 6162?
The Honeywell 6160 and Honeywell 6162 are both alphanumeric, backlit keypads that can be used with a VISTA wired alarm system. Learn about the two keypads.
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What Field is Device Programming on a VISTA-21iP?
There is no single device programming field on the 21iP. Device programming refers to any device connected to the keypad bus. Learn about device programming.
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