Honeywell VISTA-15P Frequently Asked Questions

Where Should I Install My Honeywell 5869 Panic Button?
Install the Honeywell 5869 Wireless Panic Button in a hidden but reachable place, away from metal, furniture, and appliances. Learn how to install a 5869.
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Can I Mount a WAVE2 Siren Outside?
Though the WAVE2 siren’s operating temp is from 20F - 175F, it is not weatherproof and is rated for indoor use only. Continue reading for more about the WAVE2.
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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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Honeywell 5806W3 vs 5808W3
The Honeywell 5808W3 is a wireless Photoelectric Smoke with a built-in heat detector. The 5806W3 is a wireless Photoelectric Smoke only. Find out more!
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Can an End of Line Relay Cause Power Failure on a Zone?
End of Line relays are used on 4-wire smoke zones to alert the end-user if the smokes experience power loss, but wouldn’t cause a power failure. Read on!
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Can I Wire a 6150 to an AUX Power Supply?
A 6150 can be wired to a power supply if connecting to the panel’s power output requires too much current. Learn how to connect a 6150 to an AUX Power Supply.
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Will the VISTAs Work with the 4G Networks?
VISTA alarm systems can work with 4G cellular networks. There are five 4G cellular communicators available for the systems. Learn which one is right for you.
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Can VISTA Systems Use the 6160RF and Wireless Receivers?
Vista panels support hardwired and wireless expansion. Receivers can be stand alone, or built into a keypad. Learn about using the 6160RF with a Vista System.
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How do I Add More Zones to My Honeywell VISTA Security System?
Wired and wireless expansion can be accomplished on a Honeywell Vista Panel. Learn which modules are compatible for adding hardwired and wireless zones.
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What Loop Should My Honeywell Smoke Detector Be On?
Honeywell Smoke Detectors should be programmed as a fire zone on loop 1. Find out how many loops each Honeywell Smoke Detector has and what each loop supports.
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