Honeywell Tuxedo Touch Frequently Asked Questions

Which Tuxedo Keypads Support Total Connect 2.0?
Any Tuxedo running Software Version 4.4.31 or higher can be used with TC2. WIFI models can be updated, but non-WIFI models must be replaced. Find out if your Tuxedo supports TC2.
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Do I Need a Honeywell 6160 Keypad if I Already Have a Tuxedo Touch?
The only real advantage that a 6160 offers over a Tuxedo Touch is that it can backdoor into programming. Find out if you really need a 6160 if you already have a Tuxedo Touch.
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How Many Scenes Are Supported with the Honeywell VAM and Tuxedo Touch WIFI?
The VAM supports 20 Total Connect 2.0 scenes and 10 local scenes. The Tuxedo Touch WIFI supports 20 Total Connect 2.0 scenes and 30 local scenes. Learn about smart home scenes.
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How Do You Address a Honeywell Alarm Keypad?
All Honeywell Alarm Keypads must be addressed before you can use them. This is done through system programming. Learn how to address your Honeywell Alarm Keypad.
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How Do I Change a Master Code on a Honeywell System If I Only Have a Tuxedo Keypad?
To change the Master Code using a Tuxedo Touch Keypad, you should use the device's Console Mode. Learn how to enter console mode and change the Master Code for your VISTA System.
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How Do Alarm Keypads Work?
Alarm Keypads are used for controlling an alarm system. Depending on the type of panel, a keypad can either be a primary or secondary access point. Learn more about alarm keypads.
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Can a Tuxedo Touch Text My Phone Messages?
The Honeywell Tuxedo Touch can be set up to send email notifications. This can be used to send SMS text messages to a phone. Learn to set up the Tuxedo Touch for text alerts.
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How Do I Update My Tuxedo Touch's Firmware?
To update the Tuxedo Touch firmware, download the update files, transfer them to an SD card and insert the SD card into the Tuxedo Touch. Find out how to update a Tuxedo Touch.
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Honeywell VAM vs Tuxedo Touch
The Honeywell VAM and the Tuxedo Touch are both Z-Wave controllers for Honeywell VISTA Alarm Systems. However, the VAM only offers Z-Wave compatibility, while the Tuxedo Touch is a complete touchscreen keypad that can serve as a secondary access point for the system. Learn more about these add-ons.
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How Do I Use a Honeywell Tuxedo Touch to Add/Delete Zones?
The Tuxedo Touch has a function known as console mode that allows it to function as an alphanumeric keypad. This mode can be used to add and delete zones, much in the same manner as a regular alarm keypad for a VISTA System. Learn more about using a Tuxedo Touch to add and delete zones.
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