Honeywell 6160RF Frequently Asked Questions

How Many Zones Can a 5881 Medium Board Handle?
The Honeywell 5881ENM medium wireless receiver provides support for up to 16 wireless zones, and it is compatible with all Honeywell Vista control panels.
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Where Can I Find VISTA-20P Manuals?
Manuals and how-to guides for the VISTA-20P can be found on the Alarm Grid website. We can provide you with all the support you need for your VISTA-20P.
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What Is the Best Honeywell Sensor for the 21iP?
The best sensor for the Honeywell Vista 21iP depends on what the sensor is used for. There are many great sensors compatible with the Vista 21iP panel.
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What Glass Breaks Are Compatible with a Honeywell VISTA-21iP?
The VISTA-21ip is compatible with most wired glass break devices and the 5853 wireless glass break. You must have an available zone for the glass break.
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What Frequency Do the 5800 Sensors Operate at?
Honeywell's 5800 series wireless devices operate at 345 MHz. This frequency was assigned to them by the FCC, and should operate free of interference in the US.
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How Do I Wire a 6162RF to a VISTA?
The 6162RF has 4 wires, two for power, and two for data. It connects to the keypad bus of the Vista panel. Learn to wire the 6162RF to a Vista panel.
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How do I Set up a Honeywell 6160RF?
The 6160RF must be connected to the alarm panel, then properly addressed in order to work. Continue reading and learn how to set up the 6160RF keypad receiver.
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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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How Do I Turn On the Backlight on a Honeywell 6150 Keypad?
The Honeywell 6150 fixed English keypad's backlight is always on. A user can activate it by pressing any key on the keypad. Learn about Honeywell's backlights.
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Can a VISTA Security System Use 2 Wireless Receivers?
The number of receivers supported by a Vista panel depends on the panel used, as well as other factors. Find out how many wireless receivers are supported.
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