Honeywell VISTA-21iP Frequently Asked Questions

What Interactive service Works w/ Honeywell Systems?
Alarm users now are more sophisticated, and want the ability to see and control their system remotely. See which services work with Honeywell Systems.
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How Many Wireless Zones Does a VISTA 10P Support?
The Honeywell Vista-10P control panel supports a total of 24 wireless zones. Find out what’s needed to add wireless devices to a Vista-10P control panel.
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Which Keypads Work with a VISTA 21iP?
The VISTA alarm systems are compatible with multiple different wired and wireless keypads. Learn about the keypads we offer that are compatible with the system.
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How Can I Retrieve a Message From My VISTA 21iP Keypad?
Keypad messages are a feature of certain keypads, not of the Vista-21iP. Find out which keypads support the message feature, and how to retrieve messages.
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Should I Use Resistors on my VISTA 21iP?
When using hardwired zones, it is more secure and tamper proof to use End of Line Resistors to supervise zone wiring. Find out the pros and cons here.
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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 I Change the Rev Chip on a Vista 21iP?
Honeywell sells a PROM Chip for older versions of the VISTA 21iP that allows these systems to be used with Total Connect 2.0. Learn how to change the VISTA 21iP Rev Chip.
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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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