Honeywell 4219

8 Zone Wired Expansion Module

Honeywell 4219 8 zone wired expansion module

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The Honeywell 4219 is a wired zone expansion module that provides up to (8) additional hardwired zones of protection for a Honeywell VIST...
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The Honeywell 4219 is a wired zone expansion module that provides up to (8) additional hardwired zones of protection for a Honeywell VISTA-15P, VISTA-20P or VISTA-21iP alarm control panel. The 4219 zone expansion module is ideal for existing security systems when you need to add additional hardwired alarm devices but have no more available zones.

The hardwired zones provided by the Honeywell 4219 are supervised by end-of-line resistors (EOLR) and should be programmed as EOLR zones. The 2K ohm resistors needed for each zone of the zone expansion module are included with the 4219. When connecting your zones to the Honeywell 4219, you will need to terminate each programmed zone with a resistor. If you do not program all of the (8) available zones, you do not need to add resistors to the unused zones.

When installing the 4219 wired expansion module, you can mount it remotely in the included white plastic enclosure or you can mount it inside your alarm control panel’s existing cabinet as long as there is adequate room. You should mount the zone expansion module before making any connections or powering up the device. When mounting remotely inside the plastic enclosure, you may position the 4219 vertically or horizontally. There is an exit hole for the wiring connection on the side of the plastic enclosure and there is a breakout tab on the back of the enclosure as well. The plastic enclosure also has a built-in tamper feature. To utilize the tamper feature, you must install the included tamper magnet to the cover of the enclosure and set the 4219’s DIP switch 8 to the off position. When the enclosure is closed, the magnet will be in proximity to the internal reed switch built into the circuit board of the Honeywell 4219. If the cover is removed, the magnet will move away from the reed switch and a tamper alarm will be activated.

If you want to mount the Honeywell 4219 inside your existing alarm control panel’s metal cabinet, you should mount it horizontally below the alarm control panel. Position the included self-tapping screws in the raised tabs at the back of the alarm cabinet. With the screws inserted, you will be able to hang the module on the screw heads using the (2) holes on the back of the plastic enclosure. Make sure to set DIP switch 8 to the on position so that the case tamper feature is disabled and do not install the cover.

Once you have mounted the 4219 wired zone expansion module, you will need to connect it to your alarm control panel. You can use the TB2 terminal block that has (4) screw terminals or the (4) pin harness plug above the terminal block for the connection as they are electrically the same. When using the TB2 terminal block, you should use 22AWG wire with (4) conductors. The green wire should be connected to terminal 4 on the 4219 and the data out terminal of the the alarm control panel. The black wire should be connected to terminal 3 on the 4219 and the ground terminal of the alarm control panel. The red wire connects terminal 2 of the 4219 to the 12VDC terminal of the alarm control panel. Finally, the yellow (or white) wire connects terminal 1 of the zone expander to data out on the panel. The (4) terminals on the alarm control panel that you will be connecting to are known as the ECP connection or the keypad bus and are also used by Honeywell alarm keypads. Therefore, you will have at least one wire under each of these terminals in addition to the wires for the 4219 zone expansion module.

Once the Honeywell zone expansion module is mounted and connected to your alarm control panel, you will need to position the DIP switches on the circuit board of the 4219. DIP switch 1 determines the response time of zone A which is the zone connected to terminals 1 and 2 of the TB1 terminal block. With DIP switch 1 on, normal response time of 300mSec will be used. With DIP switch 1 off, zone A will have a fast response time of 10mSec. The rest of the zones (A-H) use the normal response time of 300mSec. DIP switches 2-6 will determine which device address is used for the 4219. You can assign a device address of 0-31, but be sure to use a device address that is supported by the connected alarm control panel. The VISTA-15P/20P/21iP alarm control panels all support addresses 7-11. Once the 4219 is connected and the device address DIP switches are set, the additional (8) hardwired zones will automatically become available within the security system’s zone programming menus. DIP switch 7 is not used and should be left in the on position.

Please note that some hardwired carbon monoxide detectors are not compatible with the Honeywell 4219 wired zone expansion module. We recommend installing all hardwired carbon monoxide detectors using the on-board zones of the alarm control panel instead of the expansion zones.

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This is my wiring. I currently have it as NC
Hi. I just emailed you the picture. And yes I am sure they are on nc.
Are you sure they are programmed as NC and not EOL? I don't seem to see your wiring picture. Perhaps you can email it to support@alarmgrid.com?
Sterling. You were right. I needed to log onto my 6160 to program this and confirm zone deletion. This helped out and it is no longer showing me that error. My last issue is this. All of my zones are faulting. I have them programmed as nc because I chose not to put eol resistors in. I understand that eol resistors are typically going to offer you an incremental amount of more security, but I have chosen against it since this is a resedential home and I'm not housing a hope diamond here. This is my wiring. As you can see I did it exactly how it shows on the paper by combining the negative terminals on most of these zones. I have a feeling this has something to do with my programming of the zone. I currently have it as perimeter since I don't know what wires goes to what door yet
It's possible to have a Zone Type set for 00 but not to have the zone fully deleted. If you don't intend to have any zones on 9-16, go through each one and set it to Zone Type 00 and then make sure to say yes (selection of 1) when it asks if you if you want to delete the zone. Once you have properly deleted all zones 9-16, there shouldn't be any way for you to see have a 108 trouble.
First Thanks both of you for helping me with this. So I checked zones 9-16 and I didn't see anything programmed as hard wired I actually have them labeled as don't use. I figured this was equivalent of turning them off.
You are getting the Expansion Module error because you must have programmed a zone (or multiple zones) in the range of 9-16 and set them up as a wired input. You can only use zones 9-16 as a hardwired zones if you have a wired expansion module. Therefore, if you delete all zones 9-16, the error should clear. If you intended to use zones above zone 8 as wireless zones, you just have to change the Input Type on any zones in the range of 9-16 so they aren't programmed as a wired zone anymore.
Frank. I am not sure what you mean. I programmed zones 1-8 with the same setup as in the picture. They are auto selected as hard wired and config is NC. This is just zone 2 as an example. For instance here is zone 5 as an example. Are the settings correct? Or should I be changing some of these settings?
Your 8 zones are programmed as Input Type 2 - AW? Well that is your problem. If they are hardwired to the panel you will want to program zones 1-8. They should automatically skip that field in *56 zone programming since the input type on those zones is a hard coded setting.
My 8 zones are programmed like this
It sounds like your 20P is looking for an expansion module. Is it possible that you programmed any zones as Input Type 2 - AW (Aux Wired Zone)? How many wired zones do you have? Are you doing any zone doubling?
Hi, I am a DIYer and I am having trouble with my Vista 20p programming. I have a Tuxedo touch, one 6160 keypad and a vista 20p control panel. Everything is hardwired. I followed directions and wired everything to the vista 20p, but I am constantly getting this error that says the expansion module failed. It also says zn 107 fail. I don't have an expansion module on my vista 20p, and I am not sure why it keeps giving me this issue. Do I need to program it to know there is not expansion mod? If so, how?
Yes, on the motion. No, on the siren. Sirens need to be home run to the panel.
Can a siren and wired motion detector run off the expansion module?
Dip switch 8 controls the tamper function. If it's set to ON, the tamper will be disabled. If it's set to OFF, the case cover will need to be on to avoid a tamper fault.
You can set the dip switches so that the tamper button won't be supervised and then simply mount the two 4219s to the inside of the can at the bottom. They should both fit side by side.
The instructions here say to leave the module in the white case when mounting it in the normal can. Is there any way to do it without? Better yet a good way of mounting two of them in there?
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