Disabling Auto-Stay Arming on a Honeywell Vista

Disabling Auto-Stay Arming on a Honeywell Vista


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hey deal wires I'm George from alarm grid today we're gonna be discussing how to disable the auto stay arming feature on a Honeywell Vista alarm now let's get a little bit into what the auto stay feature does it's basically a setting in the system which when you are an away if no entry or exit door has been tripped then the system reverts to an armed stay the reason for that being is logically if the evidentiary exit has not been tripped then it knows that nobody has left the house so the system automatically sets it to an armed stay now the reason it does that is because when you do an armed away it activates any motions that you may have learned into the system so if you do an armed away and you activate the motions but you never left the house then you're more than likely gonna get a false alarm especially if you walk by one of those motions and if the system actually doesn't arm isn't it is in an arm away States so that's why the feature is enabled by default to an armed state so that it's cause it's enabled to cause or to prevent false alarms now as hopeful as it is it also causes some issues for users who's the first time using an alarm system it gets kind of confusing for them because they're doing an arm away and they're wondering hey you know why isn't why does my system keep going to an arm state well the reason for that again because no entry/exit has been tripped so they get frustrated so you guys want to make sure that if you are testing the system and you're doing an arm away and it keeps going back to an arm state is because this auto state feature now granted this is the feature that you can disable on the system it does need to be disabled but through the programming which I'm going to show you guys how to do it it's actually gonna be star 84 alright so first thing we want to do is go ahead and go over to our keypads I'm gonna be using a 61 60 you can also if you have a 60 150 since this is deep level programming it's always best to use the 61 60 but if you do not have one this is a setting that you can change on the 61 50 but if you change it be careful because you don't want to mess any other settings up with the 61 50 since that is only a fix English keypad it only shows you numerical bodies and it doesn't actually show you what field you're in or anything like that it'll show you the number of the fields but it doesn't actually show you the writing so if you guys are using 6150 just be careful it's always best to use a 6160 and I'll show you guys why so let me go ahead and my right now it's showing a system low battery just gonna leave that like that now I'm gonna go ahead and go into my programming screen which is installer code 800 all right my installer code is defaulted at 4 1 1 2 so you want to make sure that you use your correct installer code so I'm gonna enter in 4 1 1 2 8 0 0 immediately your shows installer code 20 on the 6160 if you have a 60 150 it would just show 20 all right now from here we go to star 84 star T 4 is the auto state is the auto state feature and you'll see here it says auto state and the field is 84 on a 60 150 it would just have the number 84 up there now if you guys want to the state disable the auto state feature you just enter in 0 if you want to enable it for partition 1 you've enter in 1 if you want to enable it for partition 2 you enter in two if you want to enable it for all the partitions you enter in the number 3 I'm gonna enter in 0 switches it to 0 and then it jumps over to the next field I'm gonna go ahead and just exit out of here all right and now if I armed my system away it'll I can arm it away and since the auto state feature is open I do not have to open an entry/exit door so right now I do have a front door a wired front door contact learning into the system I'm gonna leave it closed the whole time I'm not gonna open it or trip it and you'll see that the system will go to an armed arm away so enter my master code my default is 1 2 3 4 yours may be different of course and then the number 2 for a way at the end of this countdown since the Otto state feature is disabled the system will go into an arm away a couple more seconds and you'll see that the system is now armed away if the Otto state feature was on it would have gone into an auto state all right I'm gonna go ahead and disable the system for now and that is just a quick walkthrough on how to disable the auto stay feature on the Vista system if you guys do have any questions feel free to email us at support at alarm grid comm if you guys found this video helpful make sure that you'd like underneath subscribe to the YouTube channel and enable notifications so that whenever we upload new content you guys do get notified thank you I'm Jorge I'll see you guys next time


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