Honeywell Tuxedo Touch WIFI: Addressing Keypad to VISTA 21iP


Honeywell 6160V: Honeywell VISTA 21iP: Honeywell VISTA-GSM4G: ...


So, we've now powered the panel on. The keypad is showing address one. We do have total connect turned on for this system. Total connect happens to use one of these AUI addresses. The Vista 21IP panel which we have installed has four available graphic touch screens it can use. They are on address one, two, five, and six. One and two are turned on by default with the panel. We go ahead and default our total connect virtual keypad which uses up one of those four available slots on address two. So, we are going to go ahead and confirm that we do want address one for our Tuxedo. We're going to choose English. It is grabbing the information from the panel. This is going to take a minute. Because the Tuxedo connects through the ECP as a graphic touch screen, any time you go in and out of programming, power the system up, it's going to re-pull the panel for every zone. That's what it's doing through here. Unlike a console keypad that's a true connection live, a Tuxedo actually has to connect to the panel and basically download all the information every time it boots up. Okay. Ready to arm, which is the status of our system. If we go into security, and click away, and enter our code the system is arming. Go ahead and disarm. So, our Tuxedo Touch is properly installed. We'll show in another video connecting to the home automation devices and getting our Tuxedo Touch online with the network. But, we have fully completed our Destiny swapout to a new Honeywell Vista 21IP. We've confirmed that all our zones are working. If we go ahead and open our front door, not ready fault.