Honeywell VISTA-21iP-6160KT Frequently Asked Questions

Can I Get an Alarm System w/ Bad Credit?
If you purchase an alarm system outright, then there will be no need for a credit check. But people with poor credit may be denied financing. Learn more about our financing plans.
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How do I troubleshoot a Vista-GSM4G on a Vista-21iP?
With pass-through programming, a user with an Alpha keypad can perform diagnostic testing on the Vista-GSM4G to help determine the cause of communicator issues. Using this feature, signal strength can be verified in addition to other diagnostic testing. Keep reading to learn about this feature.
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How Do I Upgrade My Honeywell VISTA's Version?
Upgrading a Honeywell VISTA involves removing the current prom chip from the panel's circuit board and then replacing it with a newer prom chip. Many users upgrade the version of their VISTA so that they can use Total Connect with their system. Learn more about upgrading a Honeywell VISTA Panel.
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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 Does Bypassing a Sensor Accomplish?
Whenever you bypass a sensor before arming, the sensor that you bypass will essentially remain disarmed, while the other sensors will still arm as normal. You must individually set each sensor to bypass each time you arm your system. Learn more about bypassing sensors on a security system.
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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 LCD Keypad?
If you are looking for the best wired LCD keypad, then you should look no further than the Honeywell Tuxedo Touch WIFI. The Tuxedo can control your security system, and supports Z-Wave device control. All of these features are available in an exciting, user-friendly color touchscreen.
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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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Should I Change My Installer Code?
Most users find that there is no need for them to change the Installer Code on their security panel. This is because leaving their Installer Code at the default does not present any sort of security risk. Also, changing the Installer Code can lead to confusion and extra hassle for the user later on.
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Can I Get Notified by My VISTA When an Alarm is Set Off?
A user can choose to receive text and email alerts from Total Connect that will notify them whenever an alarm event occurs on their VISTA system. To do this, the VISTA system must first be set up with the Total Connect platform. An internet or cellular connection is needed to connect to the service.
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