Honeywell 6160RF Frequently Asked Questions

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 is the Best Door/Window Sensor for the VISTA 21iP?
The best door and window sensor for a VISTA 21iP depends upon the needs of the end user. The user will need to decide if they want their sensor to be hardwired or wireless. They will also need to choose between recessed and surface-mounted contacts. Learn more about door and window sensors.
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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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What is the Best Alarm Keypad for a VISTA 20P?
When considering an alarm keypad for a Honeywell VISTA 20P, we recommend the 6160RF. The 6160RF is a great keypad that allows you to arm and disarm your system and make programming changes. It also conveniently includes a built-in wireless receiver. Keep reading to learn more about the 6160RF.
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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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What is the Best Wired Security Control Panel?
Users who are looking for a wired security control panel should strongly consider the VISTA-21iP. This system includes all of the functionality of the impressive VISTA-20P, with added IP connectivity. Once paired with a 6160RF keypad, the VISTA-21iP will be ready for almost any basic security use.
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Honeywell 5828V vs 5828
The only difference between the Honeywell 5828V Keypad and the Honeywell 5828 Keypad is that the 5828V Keypad has a voice feature. This means it will read out the zone descriptors whenever a zone is faulted. The 5828V can also be used to record an audible voice message that can be played back later.
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Do I Need a 5881ENH on My VISTA Security System?
A VISTA security system will not require a 5881ENH, or any other type of wireless receiver, if only hard-wired sensors are going to be used with the panel.
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What Brand of PIR Motion Can I Use with a VISTA 20P?
The Honeywell VISTA 20P can use any hardwired 12Volt DC passive infrared (PIR) motion detector, and any Honeywell 5800 series wireless motion sensor. Wired motions will require a 4-wire connection to the panel. Wireless motion detectors will require a wireless receiver to be used.
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