Profile. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Glossary of Terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-10
ADEMCO Panel Comparison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-14
ADEMCO VISTA-20PS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
ADEMCO VISTA-128BP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-20
ADEMCO VISTA-250BP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-24
ADEMCO VISTA-32FB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-28
ADEMCO VISTA-128FBP/V128FBP-24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29-32
ADEMCO VISTA-250FBP/VISTA250FBP-24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33-36
5110XM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37-38
6150. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
6150V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
6150RF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
6160CR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Symphony & Symphony-i. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43-45
FSA-8/FSA-24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46-47
VistaView-100 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48-49
VistaKey-SK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50-51
VISTA Gateway Module (VGM)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52-53
4208SN
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54-55
4208SNF
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56-57
5800 Series
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58-60
V-Plex Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
7845i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62-63
7810iR
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64-65
7720ULF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66-67
7830R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68-69
7845CZ. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70-71
7845CV2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72-73
7845CF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74-75
7845CZF. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76-77
2
Profile
We are a world leader in comfort and security, offering state-of-the-art solutions for residential and commercial installations.
Millions of business owners, security experts and government officials choose Honeywell products with confidence—
knowing they provide customized, cost-effective protection and seamless integration for almost any application.
Products
Product offerings include integration-ready fire and burglary controls, access control, CCTV, wireless devices, keypads,
sensors, long range radio, structured wiring and more. Designed and engineered for seamless integration, all control
systems and peripherals support common technologies.
Commitment to Quality
Our products are built in world-class production facilities, and are subject to rigorous testing exceeding industry standards
for quality and performance. Honeywell equipment complies with all ISO-9001 protocols, an internationally recognized
standard that defines a quality assurance system.
Customer and Technical Support
Our team of experienced, dedicated customer and technical support specialists are always at your service. Whether your
question deals with technology, product selection and compatibility or troubleshooting, they have the solution.
MyWebTech
An invaluable reference tool, MyWebTech lets security dealers research the latest technical data on Honeywell security
products 24 hours a day, seven days a week from the very same comprehensive library technicians use in the company’s
call centers. Highlights include quick and easy access to technical data, FAQs, direct wires, installation instructions and a
convenient search-by-feature library. You may obtain a user name and password by calling 800-573-0154.
Resource Directory
Customer Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-573-0154
Tech Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-645-7492
Inside Sales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-467-5875
Fax Back System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-573-0153
Emergency Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-421-5557
Long Range Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800-222-6525
Web site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.honeywell.com/security
3
Glossary of Terms
AAV: Audio Alarm Verification, also known as 2-way voice to the central station. The LYNX-REN has this feature built-in. The
LYNX-R can use the LYNX-AVM, other panels can be used with an Eagle Model 1250 or other appropriate module. The
control panel will trigger this module upon kissoff from the central station receiver and microphones and speakers connected
to the Eagle board will allow a 2 way voice dialog between the central station operator and the protected premises.
Addressable Control Panels: Addressable Control Panels make it easier to pinpoint the exact alarm and trouble
conditions. This exact pinpointing is accomplished by having all addressable devices connected to a single two-conductor
circuit called a Signaling Line Circuit (SLC) and assigning each addressable device with a unique address. The control panel
is able to “interrogate” each addressable device and display its’ status at the control panel. This signal will report the exact
location of any alarm or trouble condition of an addressable device on the SLC.
Addressable Devices: Any module that connects to the panel’s ECP (keypad) bus requires a specific address which
identifies this device to the control. Devices are either addressed via dip switches, software, or have fixed addresses.
These devices include keypads, expansion modules, wireless receivers and transmitter modules, telephone modules, and
some AlarmNet radio transmitters.
APM: (VISTA-128BP, VISTA-128FBP, VISTA-250BP and VISTA-250FBP). Alpha Paging Module - ADEMCO model V8201.
Wires to the panel’s J8 connector via a 4142TR cable.
Alarm Cancel Verification: In the event of a false alarm, after the user enters their code + OFF, “Cancelled Alarm” is
displayed on an alpha keypad confirming the alarm has been cancelled at the central station. “CA” will be displayed on a
fixed English keypad.
Alarm Signal: A signal indicating an emergency requiring immediate action, such as a signal indicative of fire.
Analog Initiating Device (Sensor): Like an addressable device, this type of initiating sensor pinpoints its alarm and
trouble conditions. Additionally, analog sensors are capable of sending analog values (sensitivity) that represent the amount
of smoke or heat at the sensing chamber. Several features of analog systems are:
• The control panel can individually set the sensitivity of each sensor in the system (high, low & medium)
• The control panel can change the sensitivity of all the sensors in the system to make them more sensitive at night
or on weekends when the building is not occupied.
• The sensor can send a maintenance alert to the control panel when it is becoming dirty and may false alarm
• The sensor can send to the control panel its sensitivity level
• Drift compensation – During the life of the sensor it gets dirty and becomes more sensitive. The control panel can
compensate for the drift by adjusting the alarm threshold and achieve constant sensitivity
Annunciator: A unit containing two or more indicator lamps, alphanumeric displays, or other equivalent means in which
each indication provides status information about a circuit, condition, or location.
Audible Exit Warning: When the system is armed in the Away or Maximum mode, the keypads will sound a warning of
slow beeps and change to fast beeps for the last 5 or 10 seconds. The VISTA-20PS has a feature where the system can
be programmed to display the exit time remaining in intervals of 1-5 seconds.
Audible Signal: An audible signal is the sound made by one or more audible notification appliances such as bells, horns
or chimes in response to the operation of an initiating device.
Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ): The organization, office or individual responsible for approving equipment, an
installation or a procedure. The AHJ is typically the local Fire Marshal.
Auto Stay: If the user arms the system in the Away mode but does not exit before the exit delay expires, the system will
arm in the Stay mode.
4
Glossary of Terms
Automatic Fire Detectors: Fire produces well-defined signatures such as thermal energy (heat), smoke, and radiant
energy. Fire alarm system designers normally select automatic fire detectors such as heat and smoke detectors to detect
these signatures in accordance with the requirements of the National Fire Alarm Code.
Bells: Bells may be of the single-stroke or vibrating type. They may be provided with 4-inch through 12-inch gongs (in 2inch increments). The 6- and 10-inch sizes are the most commonly used. Usually, bells with 4-inch gongs are reserved for
use as trouble signals. Generally, the larger the diameter of the gongs, the lower the frequency and the louder the audible
signal (expressed in decibels [Db]).
Class A Circuit: Class A refers to an arrangement of monitored initiating device circuit, signaling line circuit or
notification appliance circuit that prevents a single open or ground on the installation wiring of these circuits from causing
loss of the system’s intended function.
Class B Circuit: Class B refers to an arrangement of initiating device circuit, signaling line circuit or notification appliance
circuits that permits a single open or ground on the installation wiring of these circuits to cause loss of the system’s
intended function.
Compatibility Listed: A specific listing process that applies only to devices that receive their operating power from the
control panel such as 2-wire smoke detectors. Underwriters Laboratory and Factory Mutual are the most common listing
organizations.
Conventional Control Panels: Conventional fire alarm systems use a supervisory current to monitor the integrity of
the initiating device circuit (IDC) and notification appliance circuit (NAC). Each IDC and NAC will usually have several
devices connected and any change in the circuit supervisory current will be indicated at the control panel. The control panel
will display which circuit is in alarm or trouble; however, if there is more than one device connected to an IDC or NAC it will
not indicate which device is in alarm or trouble. This makes pin pointing the exact location of an alarm or trouble condition
extremely difficult. Typically, an IDC will cover a building zone. A building zone can cover an area up to 20,000 square feet
and have up to 25 devices connected to the IDC.
Cross Zoning: For use in false alarm prone areas, 2 zones may be linked together so that an alarm will occur only if both
zones trip within a specific time period.
Digital Alarm Communicator Receiver (DACR): A system component installed at the supervising station, such as
a central station, that will receive and display signals from the digital alarm communicator transmitters (DACTs), located at
the protected premises, sent over the public switched telephone network.
Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter (DACT): A system component at the protected premises to which
initiating devices or groups of devices are connected. The DACT will seize the connected telephone line, dial a pre-selected
number to connect to a DACR located at the supervising station and transmit signals indicating a status change of the
initiating device.
ECP: Enhanced Console Protocol, or another term for the keypad bus. See Addressable Devices.
Event Log: System events can be stored for later retrieval. Some panels allow retrieval at an alpha keypad, others require
connection with the Compass downloading software. The VISTA-128BP, VISTA-128FBP, VISTA-250BP and VISTA-250FBP
can also be programmed to print this information directly from the panel. This requires a 4100SM and a serial printer, such
as the ADEMCO 6220S. These can alternatively support a parallel printer using the V8201 Alpha Paging Module.
Exit Delay Reset: After arming Away and exiting, if the user reenters before the expiration of the exit delay, the exit delay is reset.
Exit Delay Restart: Also called Quick exit. If the system is armed in the Stay mode, this allows the user to restart the
exit and entry delay by pressing the * key.
Exit Error Logic/Exit Alarm: Alerts the user and allows for correction in the event the exit door is left open. Sends an
unique report to the central station.
5
Glossary of Terms
Expansion: The type of hard wired and RF (wireless) zone expansion. VISTA-20P, VISTA-20PS use 4219 or 4229
modules for zone expansion. The VISTA-128BP, VISTA-128FBP, VISTA-250BP and VISTA-250FBP use multiplexing (aka:
polling loop or V-Plex). All wireless expansion is 5800 series.
Fire Alarm Control Unit (Panel): A system component that receives inputs from automatic and manual fire alarm
devices and may supply power to detection devices and transponder(s) or off premises transmitter(s). The control unit may
also provide transfer of power to the notification appliances and transfer of condition to relays or devices connected to the
control unit. The fire alarm control unit can be a local fire alarm control unit or master control unit.
General Alarm: When a general alarm pull station is activated it will immediately sound the notification appliances
throughout the building. This is the most common type of pull station.
Hardwired short detection: The VISTA-15 can be programmed to detect a short circuit on any hardwired zone which
will result in a trouble condition if the system is disarmed. If the system is armed, an alarm will be generated.
Heat Detectors: Heat detectors respond to the thermal energy (heat) signature from a fire and they are generally located
on or near the ceiling. They respond when the detecting element reaches either a predetermined fixed temperature or when
a specified rate of temperature rise occurs.
Fixed-Temperature Heat Detectors: These detectors initiate an alarm when the detecting element reaches a
predetermined fixed temperature. One draw back of this type of heat detector is that when the detector activates, the
temperature of the air surrounding the detector has exceeded the predetermined temperature set point. Therefore
there is a lag in time between the time the temperature reaches the predetermined point and when the detector
activates. This is called thermal lag.
Non-restorable Fixed Temperature Detectors: This type of heat detector uses a fusible element made from a
eutectic metal alloy such as lead or tin that melts rapidly at a predetermined temperature (commonly 135 degrees F).
The operation of the detector destroys either the entire unit (or at least the operating element) that the system
maintainer must replace.
Restorable Fixed Temperature Detectors: This type of fixed temperature heat detector uses a bimetallic
element. The bimetallic element has two metal strips bonded together with different coefficients of thermal expansion.
When the bimetallic element is heated it will create a bending action. This bending action will close a normally open
contact thereby initiating an alarm. After operating, the bimetallic type automatically restores when the temperature
falls to a point below the set point of the detector.
Rate-of-Rise Detector: A rate-of-rise detector will operate when the rate of temperature increase from a fire
exceeds a predetermined level, typically around 5 degrees F in twenty seconds or 15 degrees F per minute. Small,
normal changes in ambient temperature that can be expected under non-fire conditions will not operate the detector.
These heat detectors are restorable and are typically combined with the fixed temperature heat detector.
Combination Detector: These detectors can contain more than one sensing element to respond to a fire.
Examples include a combination fixed-temperature/rate-of-rise heat detector, or a combination of a smoke detector
and a heat detector. Fixed temperature/rate-of-rise heat detectors are the most common combination heat detector.
The advantage of a fixed temperature/rate-of-rise detector is that the rate-of-rise element is more responsive to a
rapidly developing fire while the fixed temperature element responds to a fire that develops slowly.
Rate-of-Rise-Compensated Fixed Temperature Detector: In a slowly developing fire, this form of detector
responds when the temperature of the air surrounding the detector reaches a predetermined level. In a rapidly
developing fire, the detector anticipates the air temperature reaching the operating point accelerating the operation of
the detector. This produces a fixed temperature detector with virtually no thermal lag. Rate compensated heat
detectors are considerable more expensive than fixed temperature or rate-of-rise/fixed temperature detectors.
Horns: Horns are used for applications that require louder or more distinctive signals, or both. Horns may require more
operating power than bells; therefore, care should be taken to see that circuits are electrically compatible when powering horns.
They may be of the surface (grille), flush, semi-flush, single projector, double projector, or trumpet type. In very noisy areas such
as a factory, resonating, air-powered or motor-driven horns are sometimes used because of their inherently high decibel output.
6
Glossary of Terms
H/W zones built-in: The number of standard hard wired zones included with the panel
Initiating Device: A system component that originates transmission of a change of state condition, such as a smoke
detector, manual fire alarm box, supervisory switch, etc.
Initiating Device Circuit (IDC): A circuit to which automatic or manual initiating devices are connected where the
signal received does not identify the individual device operated. Another common term used is zone.
Keyfob zones: Wireless keys that can be programmed without taking away from the number of maximum zones in the panel.
Keypad Macros: Allows a shortcut to simplify various system commands.
Listed: Equipment, materials or services published by an organization acceptable to the Authority Having Jurisdiction that
evaluates materials, products or services. The listing organization maintains periodic production inspections of listed
equipment or materials or periodic evaluation of services. The listing states either that the equipment has been tested and
the material or services meets identified standards.
Magnetic Door Holders: Electromagnetic (magnetic) door holders are designed to hold-open doors during normal
conditions and close when the fire alarm system has been activated.
Magnetic door holders operate on loss power or as it is more commonly referred to as fail-safe. For example, if the power
to a magnetic door hold-open device is interrupted, the door will close or fail-safe just as it is designed to do during an
alarm condition.
Manual Pull Stations: Manual fire alarm boxes (or as they are more commonly called pull stations) have a lever on the
outside of a metal or plastic enclosure that contains a switch that is housed within the enclosure. A person pulling a lever
on the outside of the enclosure will activate the switch inside the enclosure. Once actuated, the pull station must be
manually reset to restore the unit to a normal non-alarm condition.
LRR output and Dynamic Signaling: The panel can support AlarmNet radios connected to the ECP (keypad) bus.
This allows for extremely simple connections and programming of a 7845C, 7835CF, 7720PLUS, and 7820 radio
transmitter for backup reporting to the central station. The radios will transmit all messages programmed to go to the
primary telephone number. Dynamic Signaling allows you to assign which method of transmission will have priority and how
long to wait before transmitting on the other medium. Eg: If the dialer has priority and is acknowledged before the
programmed delay expires, then the message will not need to be sent using the radio. If for some reason the dialer
message is not acknowledged by the end of the delay period, the message will be transmitted via the radio.
Max zones: The maximum number of total zones supported by the panel.
Night-Stay Mode: Designates certain interior zones to remain active while others are bypassed.
Notification Appliance: A fire alarm system output component such as a bell, horn, speaker, strobe, printer, etc., that
provides an audible or visible output, or both. Another common term used is signal.
Notification Appliance Circuit (NAC): A circuit or path directly connected to a notification appliance. Another
common term used is signal circuit or bell circuit.
Paging: VISTA-20PS,VISTA-128BP, VISTA-128FBP, VISTA-250BP and VISTA-250FBP uses the secondary telephone
number to send messages to a numeric pager. This limits the number of attempts the control panel will make to reach the
central station to 8. The panels use a separate alpha paging module which requires adding a 4100SM (serial module) and a
separate telephone line. They can also send messages to a numeric pager without adding a separate module but requires
an ADEMCO VA8201 alpha pager module to send messages to an alpha pager, and can support up to 8 different pager
telephone numbers.
Panic keys: Keypad panic zones in addition to standard zones.
7
Glossary of Terms
Partitions: Some control panels have the ability to be programmed for multiple partitions, which allows the single control
to protect different areas as if each had its own control.
Photoelectric Beam Smoke Detector: In a photoelectric beam smoke detector, a light source and a photosensitive
sensor are arranged across a protected space so that the rays from the light source normally fall on the photosensitive sensor.
When smoke particles enter the light path, the intensity of the light is reduced, causing the detector to initiate a fire alarm signal.
PLM: (VISTA-128BP, VISTA-128FBP, VISTA-250BP and VISTA-250FBP). Panel link Module - ADEMCO model V8200.
Used for networking panels together. One PLM is required on each panel linked together. The PLM is connected to the
panels ECP bus and communicated to each PLM via a RS-485 connection (3 wire twisted cable).
Programmable Function Keys: The A-B-C-D keys on a 6150 or 6160 keypad used on a VISTA-20PS panel can be
individually programmed to perform any of the following functions:
-
panic zone
single button paging
display date and time (returns to normal display after 30 seconds)
arm away, stay, or night-stay
step arming (cycles once from stay, to night-stay, to away)
output device activation
communication test
macro (shortcut of up to 16 keystrokes not including the user code).
Programmable outputs: Relays, X-10 (Power Line Carrier) devices, or on board triggers that can be used to activate
LED’s, strobes, additional sounders, lights, garage doors, etc. Depending on the control panel selected, the outputs can be
controlled by system events or by schedules or both.
Programmable Zone Types: (VISTA-20PS). Unique zone types may be added for various custom responses.
Configurable options include response to entry/exit delays, response to opens and shorts, sounding, fault and dialer delays,
and unique contact id codes. The VISTA-20PS supports four programmable zone types.
Pull Station:
Breakglass or Nonbreakglass: To initiate an alarm, a breakglass pull station must break a glass rod in order to
actuate the station. Activated breakglass pull stations are easily identifiable. They also discourage tampering and
consequently false alarms. Non-Breakglass pull stations do not have the breakglass feature.
Single Action: A single action of pulling a lever or other movable part initiates an alarm.
Double Action: Two actions are necessary to initiate an alarm. Usually a door must be opened or a cover must be
lifted in order to pull the lever to initiate an alarm.
Pre-signal: When a pre-signal pull station is activated it will cause an alarm signal to sound only at designated area
such as a security office. The subsequent actuation of a key switch on the pull station or on the control panel will
cause an evacuation signal to sound throughout the building. Pre-signal pull stations are commonly used in hospitals
or university campuses.
Record Drawing: Blueprints, also called as-built drawings, that document the location of all devices, appliances, wiring
sequences, wiring methods and connections of the fire alarm system components as they are installed. These drawings are
essential to test and maintain the system.
Record of Completion: Formerly called the Certificate of Completion, this is an NFPA document that confirms that a
system has been installed properly and operates in accordance with the National Fire Alarm Code (NFPA 72).
Schedules: Schedules can be used to turn output devices on and off, to limit the access of certain user codes,
automatically arm or disarm the system, or other similar functions.
8
Glossary of Terms
Signaling Line Circuit (SLC): A circuit to which initiating and/or notification appliances are connected. The signal
received does identify the individual device operated. Another commonly used term is addressable loop.
Smoke Detectors: Typically, fires that occur in family living units or office buildings produce detectable quantities of
smoke before they produce detectable levels of heat. Therefore, fire alarm system designers use smoke detectors more
extensively today than heat detectors.
Smoke Detector - Ionization: Ionization smoke detectors are more responsive to sensing invisible smoke particles
produced by flaming type fires, like those produced from flammable liquids. An ionization smoke detector has a small
amount of radioactive material that ionizes the air in the sensing chamber, thereby rendering it conductive and permitting a
current flow through the air between two charged electrodes. When smoke particles enter the chamber, they attach
themselves to the ionized air molecules and decrease the conductivity between the electrodes. When the reduction in
conductivity reaches a pre-set threshold, the electronic circuit will initiate a fire alarm signal.
Smoke Detector - Photoelectric: A light source and a photosensitive sensor are arranged so that the rays from the
light source do not normally fall on the photosensitive sensor. When smoke particles enter the light path, some of the light
is scattered by reflection and refraction onto the sensor, causing the detector to initiate a fire alarm signal. Industry experts
agree that photoelectric smoke detectors are usually more responsive to detecting visible particles of combustion from
burning carpet, furniture upholstery and drapes.
Smoke Detector – Two-wire: Two-wire smoke detectors receive their operating power and initiate an alarm from the
same pair of wires, the Initiating Device Circuit (IDC). Because they receive their operating power from the initiating device
circuit, there are two very important considerations when installing them:
• Detector compatibility with a control panel
• Quantity of detectors per initiating circuit.
Smoke Detector – Four-wire: Four-wire smoke detectors receive their operating power and initiate an alarm from
separate circuits. They receive their operating power from an auxiliary power circuit and they initiate an alarm from the
initiating device circuit. The auxiliary power supply for 4-wire units can either be a separate power supply or integral to the
control panel. Either way, the power supply must be UL listed for fire alarm use and be interruptible for smoke detector reset
Speakers: Speakers are generally operated from audio amplifiers housed in the control panel that delivers a standard
output line levels of 70.7 or 25 volts rms. Speakers are driven by an electronic tone generator, microphone, tape player, or
voice synthesizer and an electronic amplifier.
Spot-Type Detector: A device whose detecting element is concentrated at a particular location. Typical examples are
heat detectors and smoke detectors.
Sprinkler Systems: An automatic sprinkler system consists of sprinkler heads located throughout the building that are
connected to a metal piping system. This piping system is connected to the municipal water supply. When heat produced
from a fire reaches a predetermined fixed temperature it will trip the sprinkler head and discharge water from the piping
system to extinguish the fire. The fire alarm system should monitor the operation of automatic sprinkler systems with listed
fire alarm initiating devices such as water flow switches and supervisory switches.
Wet Pipe Systems: Wet pipe systems are the most common. The piping system is filled with water at all times in
wet pipe systems. Water will only discharge though sprinkler heads that have been activated.
Dry Pipe Systems: Dry pipe sprinkler systems are typically used where there is a potential for the water in the
piping system to freeze such as in unheated warehouse spaces or large commercial freezer rooms. Pressurized air is
maintained in the piping system to hold back the water supply. When a sprinkler head is activated and opens, the air
bleeds out thereby lowering the pressure in the piping system and starting the flow of water to the open sprinkler
head. Water will only discharge though sprinkler heads that have been activated.
Water Flow Switches: When a sprinkler head is tripped by heat produced from a fire, water in the piping system
will start flowing, activating the water flow switch. The activated water flow switch will initiate an alarm signal to the
fire alarm control panel.
9
Glossary of Terms
Sprinkler System Control Valve Supervision: The main reason for sprinkler system failure is do to
inadvertent control valve closure. A closed control valve will shut off the water supply to the sprinkler heads.
Sprinkler system control valves are used to shut off the water supply to all or a portion of the piping system so that
maintenance, service or alterations can be performed. Therefore, the monitoring of the control valve position is
essential and is accomplished by connecting supervisory switches to the control valves.
When a control valve is closed it will activate the supervisory switch and send a supervisory signal to the fire alarm
control panel. When the control valve is opened it will restore the supervisory switch and the fire alarm control
panel to their normal condition.
Strobes: Stroboscopic lights (commonly called “strobes”) operate on the energy discharge theory to produce a high
intensity flash of short duration. The short bright flash is not only attention getting, but is effective when general visibility is
low. Strobe appliances come in a wide range of light intensities that are measured in candelas (cd). Typical strobe candela
ratings are 15cd, 30cd, 15/75cd and 75cd. Repetition rates are usually between one and five flashes per second.
Supervisory Signal: A signal indicating the change in status in connection with the fire suppression system or
equipment, or with the maintenance features of related systems. For example, a supervisory signal could indicate that a
sprinkler system supply value is closed.
Telephone Line Fault Monitor: The system constantly monitors the phone line for proper voltage. Upon a phone line
failure, the panel can be programmed to either display this condition at the keypads, display and sound a trouble at the
keypads, or display, sound, and cause an output to activate (strobe light, siren, backup transmission device, etc).
Telephone Module: Allows a local or remote touch-tone telephone to act as a keypad. This feature is accomplished by
adding 4285 or 4286 module. The FA4286 module has the additional capabilities of supporting up to 2 4500 thermostats
and external speakers.
Trouble Signal: A signal initiated by the fire alarm system, indicative of a fault in a monitored circuit or component. For
example, a trouble signal could indicate a break in the circuit wiring or a detector that is not operating properly.
Two-Way Fire Department Communications System: An electrically monitored telephone system providing private
voice communications capability between the fire command center or central fire control unit and designated remote
locations. Phones or phone jacks can be installed at the remote locations. Usually this type of system is installed in highrise buildings, such office buildings or condominiums, over seven stories in height.
Visible Signal: A visible signal is the response to the operation of an initiating device by one or more direct or indirect
visible notification appliances. For a direct visible signal, the sole means of notification is by direct viewing of the light source.
Voice Evacuation Panel: A critical function of a fire alarm system is notifying the building’s occupants that there is a fire
within the building thereby allowing them to safely exit the building. Typically, when a fire alarm system is activated it will
sound conventional notification appliances such as horns, bells or chimes.
However, the occupants of a building may not be familiar with the evacuation routes in public assembly occupancies or high
rise buildings and will be unable to safely exit the building. Therefore, voice evacuation panels are required to automatically
transmit pre-recorded or live voice evacuation instructions over speakers in public assembly occupancies such as places of
worship, restaurants, gymnasiums, theaters and auditoriums.
V-Plex: AKA the polling loop or multiplexing. It is a method of zone expansion that provides power and data on the same
pair of wires. See Expansion.
Zone: A defined area within the protected premises. A zone may define an area from which a signal can be received, an
area to which a signal can be sent, or an area in which a form of control can be executed.
10
ADEMCO Panel Comparison
PANEL
MAX
HW-Std
zones
HWExp
V-Plex
5800 Keyfob
Zone
Partitions
Keyswitch
zones zones
Doubling
Users
Outputs
Event
Log
Line
Fault
VISTA-20PS
48
8
40
—
40
16
2
Up to 7
(zones
2-8)
YES
48
18
(16 + 2
triggers)
100
YES
VISTA-128BP
128
9
119
119
128
—
8
—
YES
150
96
512
YES
VISTA-250BP
250
9
241
241
249
—
8
—
YES
250
96
1000
YES
VISTA-32FB
32
8
24
24
32
—
2
—
YES
75
96
512
YES
VISTA-128FBP
128
8
120
120
128
—
8
—
YES
150
96
512
YES
VISTA-250FBP
250
8
242
242
249
—
8
—
YES
280
96
1000
YES
11
ADEMCO Panel Comparison
PANEL
2 wire
smokes
4 wire
smoke
Access
Control
Single
Button
Arming
Schedules
Programable
zone types
Keypad
macros
Pager
4285
4286
AAV
VISTA-20PS
16 on zone 1
Zones 2-48
Relays
YES
32
4
4
4
YES
EAGLE
VISTA-128BP
16 on zone 5
Zones 1-8
Relays
VGM
VistaKey
—
20
—
32
YES
YES
EAGLE
VISTA-250BP
16 on zone 1
Zones 1-8
Relays
VGM
VistaKey
—
20
—
32
YES
YES
EAGLE
VISTA-32FB
16 on zone 1
Zones 1-8
Relays
VGM
VistaKey
—
20
—
32
YES
YES
EAGLE
VISTA-128FBP 16 on zone 1
Zones 1-8
Relays
VGM
VistaKey
—
20
—
32
YES
YES
EAGLE
VISTA-250FBP 16 on zone 1
Zones 1-8
Relays
VGM
VistaKey
—
20
—
32
YES
YES
EAGLE
12
ADEMCO Panel Comparison
PANEL
Aux
Power
Alarm
Power
Max#
Keypads
ECP
Radio
Max#
4204
Max#
4219/
4229
Vent Zone
Custom
Words
Up &
About
Transformer
VISTA-20PS
12v
600mA
2 amps
8
YES
4
5
YES
10
—
4300
VISTA-128BP
12v
750mA
1.7 amps
31
addressable
device
YES
15
—
YES
60
YES
4300
VISTA-250BP
12V
1 amp
1.7 amps
31
addressable
device
YES
15
—
YES
60
YES
—
VISTA-32FB
12v
1 amp
1.5 amps/
2.3 amps
31
addressable
device
YES
15
—
—
60
—
—
VISTA-128FBP
12v
1 amp
1.5 amps/
2.3 amps
31
addressable
device
YES
15
—
—
60
—
—
VISTA-250FBP
12v
1 amp
1.7 amps
31
addressable
device
YES
15
—
YES
60
YES
—
13
X-10
ADEMCO Panel Comparison
Quick
Exit Delay
Exit/Exit
Reset
Restaurant
Panel
Linking
Night
Stay
Mode
YES
—
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
—
YES
YES
YES
YES
—
YES
—
—
—
YES
NO
—
YES
YES
—
YES
—
—
—
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
—
YES
YES
PANEL
Swinger
Shutdown
Auto
Stay
Cross
Zoning
Exit
Alarm
VISTA-20PS
0, 1or 2
per zone
YES
YES
YES
YES
VISTA-128BP
1-15 alarms
—
YES
YES
YES
YES
1-15 alarms
—
VISTA-128FBP 1-15 alarms
VISTA-250FBP 1-15 alarms
VISTA-250BP 1-15 alarms
VISTA-32FB
14
Chime by Dynamic
Zone
Signaling
Graphic
Support
ADEMCO VISTA-20PS
Two Partition Control with Graphic Support
The VISTA-20PS is an eight-zone control panel specifically designed
to support Honeywell’s intuitive graphical user interfaces. The graphic
user interfaces provide homeowners with the easiest way to operate
their security system and take advantage of home management
features, providing a great upsell opportunity for dealers.
FEATURES:
• Eight on-board hardware zones standard
(15 when Zone Doubling feature is used)
• Expandable to 48 total zones when used with hardwired and/or
wireless expansion modules
• Wireless keys can be programmed without using zones
• 16 output devices
– Relays (Model 4204 Relay Modules,
or 4229 Expansion Module), and/or
– X-10® devices (when used with a
4300 Transformer)
Valuable End User Features
• Compatible with Honeywell’s Graphic
User Interfaces
• Now viewable on system keypads:
– Exit countdown
– Time and date display*
– Event log*
• Auto keypad backlighting on entry
• Keyswitch arming
• Programmable macro buttons and
single-button arming
• Two low current on-board trigger outputs
• A variety of wireless remote controls for single-button
operation
• 100 Event Log viewable at system keypads with time/date
stamp
• 48 system user codes assignable to either partition
• Two independent partitions plus a common partition
– Global Arming from any system keypad
– Goto function to view or operate one partition from the other
– Separate partition account numbers
• User Scheduling
– Automatically activates X-10 and relays at programmed
times
– Latchkey reports to pagers
– Auto arm/disarm
– "User access" time windows
• Supports up to four end-user numeric pagers
• Four installer configurable zone types allows the installer to
create custom zone types by assigning all zone attributes
• VIP Module allows system control from any touchtone phone
• Multiple actions on output devices depending on system
"state"
– Turns lights off when system arms
– Turns the same light on when system disarms
– Flashes same lights when system is in alarm
• Chime by zone
Security Dealer Features
• False alarm prevention features to
help reduce false alarms
• Built-in phone line cut monitor with programmable delay and
annunciation options
– Display on system keypads
– Trigger local sounders
– Trigger system bell
• Automatic System Load Shed
– During extended AC power fail,
the system battery will be disconnected to prevent
irreversible battery failure. Reduces service calls to replace
batteries
• Supports four-wire, and up to 16 two-wire smokes
– Works with Sentrol CleanMe™ maintenance signal
• Dynamic Signaling
– Reduces redundant reporting to the central station when
multiple reporting methods are used; i.e. digital dialer and
AlarmNet radio
*Requires custom alpha keypad
15
15
ADEMCO VISTA-20PS
Two Partition Control with Graphic Support
SPECIFICATIONS:
Electrical
• Aux. power 12VDC, 600mA maximum
• Seven hour standby at 400mA aux. load with four amp hour
battery
• 16.5VAC/25VA transformer
• Alarm output 12VDC, 2.0 amps maximum
• For UL installations, combined aux. and alarm output cannot
exceed 700mA
Output Control
• Supports up to four relay boards (up to
16 relays)
• Optional X-10 transformer/interface
(part no. 4300) may be used to control
up to 16 X-10 receiving devices
Zones
• Eight hardwired zones (15 with zone doubling)
• Selectable response 10msec, 350msec, 750msec
• Assignable to any partition
• 20 selectable zone types plus four configurable zone types
• Programmable swinger suppression
Accessories
• 4286 VIP Voice Module – 220mA
• 5881ENL RF Receiver supports up to
eight zones – 60mA, 5881ENM supports
up to 16 zones – 50mA, 5881ENH up to
40 zones – 50mA
• 5883 Transceiver supports up to
40 zones – 80mA
• Supports Eagle 1225 and 1221 boards
Keypads
• 6160/6139 Custom English (required for programming) –
150mA/40mA (6160) 130mA/40mA (6139)
• 6150/6128 Fixed English LCD – 70mA/40mA (6150),
40mA/20mA (6128)
• 6150RF Fixed English LCD with built-in receiver
105mA/80mA
Agency Listings
• UL Residential Fire, Burglary and CSFM
Smoke Detectors
• Supports up to 16 two-wire smoke detectors
• Supports four-wire smoke detectors
Expansion Devices
• 4219 – Eight hardwired zones – 16mA
• 4204 – Up to four relays – 15mA standby (each active relay
draws an additional 40mA)
• 4229 – Eight hardwired zones and two
relays – 36mA (each active relay draws an additional 40mA)
Communications
• Touchtone or pulse
• Formats supported
– ADEMCO Contact ID
– ADEMCO 4 + 2 Express
– ADEMCO low speed
– Sescoa/Radionics
• 3 + 1, 4 + 1 and 4 + 2 reporting
• Reporting capabilities
– Split
– Dual
– Split/Dual – True dial tone detection
• Low battery reports 11.2 – 11.6VDC
• AC loss and restoral reporting supported
ORDERING:
Part No.
VISTA-20PS
Description
Control Panel
16
16
ADEMCO VISTA-128BP
128 Zone UL Commercial Burglary Control Panel
The ADEMCO VISTA-128BP is an eight partition, 128 zone
UL commercial burglary control panel that meets the
demanding requirements of today’s commercial installations
while simplifying end-user operation.
A revolutionary feature called panel linking allows
multiple partitions, panels—even buildings—to be
armed, disarmed and have status checked all from
one location. Up to eight VISTA-128BP panels can
be linked together, and the control can be integrated
with Honeywell’s PassPoint system (via the Vista
Gateway Module) to provide a fully integrated security and access control system. The VistaKey
Access Control system and the VistaView-100 CCTV Switcher can also be seamlessly
integrated with this powerful commercial platform.
FEATURES:
• Provides nine style-B hardwired zones
• Easily programmed and maintained by the newly upgraded
Compass Windows-based downloader
• Supports up to 119 additional zones using a built-in polling
(multiplex) loop interface
• Supports up to 96 programmable relays
• Supports up to 128 wireless zones using 5881 type RF
receiver (fewer if using hardwired and/or polling loop zones)
• Supports the ADEMCO 4286 VIP Module
• Provides one power-limited bell circuit delivering 1.7Amp
(max) at 12Vdc.
• Panel Linking (up to eight panels)
• Provides the ability to control eight separate partitions
independently, each functioning as
if it had its own separate control
• Supports eight numeric pager numbers
• False alarm reduction features
• Two-Way RS232 (facility automation
software support) optional
• Accommodates 150 user codes with seven authority levels
• Supports touch screen Advanced User Interface (AUI)
(Future)
• Accommodates 32 keypad macro commands per system
• Smoke Detector Reset at keypad
• Keeps a log of up to 512 events
• Quick Exit
• VistaView-100 CCTV support
• Group Bypass
• Supports up to 16 two-wire smoke detectors on zone 1
• Arm Faulted
• Supports up to 50 latching-type glassbreak detectors on
zone 8
• Event Arming
• Scheduled check-in
• Zone 7 may be used for keyswitch arming/disarming
• Arm Stay by group
• Integrates with PassPoint access control systems to provide
increased users, event log, and scheduling (up to 32 doors)
• Supports V-Plex addressable VistaKey
access control (up to eight doors and
250 cards)
17
ADEMCO VISTA-128BP
128 Zone UL Commercial Burglary Control Panel
Additional Features:
Scheduling
Provides the following scheduling capabilities:
• Open/close schedules (for control of arming/disarming and
reporting)
• Holiday schedules (allows different time windows for
open/close schedules)
• Timed events (for activation of relays, auto-bypassing and
unbypassing, auto-arming and disarming, etc.)
• Access schedules (for limiting system access to users by time)
• End user output programming mode (provides
20 timers for relay control)
Basic Hardwired Zones
Provides nine style-B hardwired zones with the
following characteristics:
• EOLR supervision (optional for zones 2-8) supporting N.O. or
N.C. sensors (EOLR supervision required for fire and UL
burglary installations)
• Individually assignable to one of 8 partitions
• Up to 16 two-wire smoke detectors on zone 1
• Four-wire smoke or heat detectors on zones 1-8 (power
to four-wire smoke detectors must be supervised with
an EOL device)
• Up to 50 two-wire latching glassbreak detectors on
zone 8
Eight Partitions
Provides the ability to control eight separate areas independently,
each functioning as if it had its own separate control. Partitioning
features include:
• A Common Lobby partition (1-8), which can be programmed to
arm automatically when the last partition that shares the
common lobby is armed, and to disarm when the first partition
that shares the common lobby is disarmed
• A Master partition (9), used strictly to assign keypads for the
purpose of viewing the status of all eight partitions at the same
time (master keypads)
• All zones assignable to one of eight partitions
• Keypads assignable to one of eight partitions or to Master
partition 9 to view system status
• Ability to assign relays to one or all eight partitions
• Ability to display fire and/or burglary and panic and/or trouble
conditions at all other partitions’ keypads (selectable option)
• Certain system options selectable for each partition, such as
entry/exit delay and subscriber account number
Polling Loop Expansion
Supports up to 119 additional zones using a built-in polling
(multiplex) loop interface. Current draw can total up to 128mA.
Polling loop zones have the following characteristics:
• Must use RPM (Remote Point Module) devices
• Supervised by control panel
• Individually assignable to one of eight partitions
Wireless Expansion
Supports up to 128 wireless zones using 5881RF Receiver
(fewer if using hardwire and/or polling loop zones). Wireless
zones have the following characteristics:
• Supervised by control panel for check-in signals (except certain
nonsupervised transmitters)
• Tamper protection for supervised transmitters
• Individually assignable to one of eight partitions
4101SN
Relay
Module
Q2260SN
Multiplex
DUAL TEC®
Motion
Detector
9500SN
Glassbreak
4208U
Eight-Zone
Expansion
Module
4293SN
Adapters
998MX
Dual
Fresnel PIR
5192
4278EX
Series Smoke Quad PIR
Detectors
V-PLEX Loop
4208U
Eight-Zone
Expansion Module
5881
Wireless
Receiver
6139
Custom Alpha
Console
VISTA-128BP
710
Light
Notification Appliances
4204
Relay
Module
VGM (PTVGM)
VISTA
Gateway
Module
Parallel Printer
748
Horn
Serial Printer
4204CF
Supervised
NAC
Module
Keyswitch
Option
416
RS232
Notification
Appliances
Phone Line to Central Station
Alpha Paging
Module
PassPoint
or
7845C Cellular
18
7820 Radio
ADEMCO VISTA-128BP
128 Zone UL Commercial Burglary Control Panel
Electrical:
• Voltage Input: From ADEMCO No. 1361 Plug-In Transformer
(use 1361CN in Canada) or 4300 transformer (for X-10
installations) rated 16.5VAC, 40 VA
• Alarm Sounder Output: 10VDC-13.8VDC, 1.7 amps max.,
(UL1023, UL609 installations); 750mA less aux. current draw
(UL985 installations)
• Auxiliary Power Output: 9.6VDC-13.8VDC, 750mA max. For UL
installations, the accessories connected to the output must be
UL Listed, and rated to operate in the above voltage range
• Backup Battery: 12VDC, 4AH or 7AH gel cell. YUASA NP4-12
(12V, 4AH) or NP7-12 (12V, 7AH) recommended
• Standby Time: 4 hours min. with 750 mA aux. load using 7 AH
battery
• Circuit Protectors: PTC circuit breakers are used on battery
input to protect against reverse battery connections and on
alarm sounder output to protect against wiring faults (shorts). A
solid state circuit breaker is used on auxiliary power output to
protect against wiring faults (shorts)
New Enhancement Panel Linking
Panel Linking allows multiple control panels to be networked
together and controlled from any keypad in the system:
• Control multiple zones, partitions, buildings from a
central location
• Check status, arm and disarm any partition from any keypad in
the system (based on user’s authority level)
• Users can have a different authority level in each partition and
access to different partitions in each panel
• Global Arming - users can arm and disarm all the partitions in all
the panels they have access to, with one set of keystrokes
Applications
The VISTA-128BP control is well suited for a variety of applications
as a burglary control and is supported by a diverse line of ADEMCO
initiating devices. Applications include medical and professional
buildings, supermarkets, churches or synagogues, office buildings,
schools, universities, strip malls, larger residences and factory or
warehouse environments.
Installation
The VISTA-128BP alarm system has been designed to mount both
quickly and easily. It meets all applicable requirements for ULCommercial Burglary installations, use the VISTA-ULKT kit when
an attack resistant enclosure is required.
Main Dialer
• Formats Supported: ADEMCO High Speed, ADEMCO
4 + 2 Express, ADEMCO Low Speed, ADEMCO Contact ID,
Sescoa and Radionics Low Speed
• Line Seize: Double Pole
• Ringer Equivalence: 0.7B
Agency Listings (all future)
Cabinet dimensions:
• 12-1/2" W X 14 1/2" H X 3" D
Burglary:
• UL609 Grade A Local Mercantile Premises and Mercantile Safe
and Vault
• UL611/UL1610 Grades A, AA Central Station
• UL365 Grades A, AA Police Connect
• UL985 Household Fire
• UL1023 Household Burglar Alarm
• California State Fire Marshall (CSFM)
4193SN
Serial Interface
Module
4208SNF
Eight-Zone
Expander Module
4190SN
Remote Point
Module
4959SN
Overhead Door
Contact
4944SN
Contact
VISTAKey V-Plex
Access Control
Module
Glassbreak Detectors
ECP
Bus
5881ENHC
Commercial Wireless Receiver
(Max Two)
6160
Console
5808LST
Wireless
Smoke
5816
Door/Window
Transmitter
4204
Relay
Module
5800
Series
Wireless
Devices
5890
Wireless PIR
4209U
Group Zoning
Module
4204CF
Supervised
NAC Module
5869
Commercial
UL Wireless
Hold-up Button
5817CB Universal
Contact Monitoring
Transmitter
VISTA-128BP
Symphony
Panel
Linking
Module
Panel
Linking
Module
19
Supports Up To
16 Conventional
Two-Wire
Smoke Detectors
VISTA-128BP
ADEMCO VISTA-128BP
128 Zone UL Commercial Burglary Control Panel
SPECIFICATIONS:
Compatible Devices
See compatibility chart for complete list
Glassbreak Detectors:
• 9500SN
VISTA Interactive Phone Module
• 4286 Voice Module
Auxiliary Devices
• 4204 – Relay Module, four form C contacts
• 4204CF – Two supervised output circuits
• 5881 Series – RF Receiver supporting
5800 wireless detectors
• 6160/6139 – Alpha Keypad/Annunciator
• 6220S – System Printer used with
4100SM Serial Module
• VA8200 – (PLM) Panel Linking Module
• VA8201 – (APM) Alpha Paging Module
Long Range Radio:
• Long Range Radio 7720ULF-XX,
7835CZ, 7845C
Upgraded Software:
• Upgraded Compass Downloader Windows compatible
Wireless Devices:
• 5804 – Wireless Key
• 5804BD – Bi-Directional Key
• 5804BDV – Bi-Directional with voice
• 5804Watch – Wireless Key
and full featured sports watch
• 5816 – Door/Window Transmitter
• 5819 – Shock Sensor
• 5827BD – Bi-Directional Keypad
• 5849 – Glassbreak Detector
• 5890 – PIR
Two-wire Smoke Detectors Conventional:
• System Sensor smoke detectors
Horn/Strobes:
• System Sensor Notification Appliances
Manual Pull Stations:
• 5140MPS-1
• 5140MPS-2
V-Plex (addressable) Devices:
• 4101SN Single Relay/Zone Module
• 4190SN Remote Point Module
-– two zones
• 4193SN Two Zone Serial Interface Module
• 4208U Loop Expansion Module
– eight zones
• 4208SNF Class A/B Expander Module
• 4209U Group Zoning Module
– two/four zones
• 4293SN One Zone Serial Interface Module
• 4297 Isolation/Extender Module
Access Control:
• VISTAKey V-Plex (addressable)
Access Control
• VISTAKey-SK Starter Kit
• VISTAKey-EX Expansion Kit
• VGM VISTA Gateway Module to PassPoint Access Control
(Northern Computers)
CCTV
• CCTV – VISTAView-100 CCTV
Switcher Module
Commercial Wireless Devices
• 5808LST – Wireless Smoke Detector†
• 5809 – Wireless Heat Detector
• 5817CB – Commercial UL Burglary, Universal Contact
Monitoring Transmitter*
• 5869 – Commercial UL Wireless
Hold-up Button*
• 5881ENHC
V-Plex (addressable) Smoke Detectors:
• 5192SD
• 5192SDT
Passive Infrared Detectors:
• 998MX
• 4275EX-SN
• 4278EX-SN
• QUEST2260SN
*When used with 5881ENHC Receiver.
† Not listed for commercial use with the VISTA-250BP, residential listing only.
V-Plex (addressable) Contacts:
• 4939SN-WH
• 4944SN-WH
• 4959SN, 9500SN
ORDERING:
Part No.
VISTA-128BP
Description
Partitioned Commercial Burglary Alarm Platform
20
ADEMCO VISTA-250BP
250 Zone UL Commercial Burglary Control Panel
The ADEMCO VISTA-250BP is an eight partition, 250
zone UL commercial burglary control panel that meets
the demanding requirements of today’s commercial
installations while simplifying end-user operation. A
revolutionary feature called panel linking allows
multiple partitions, panels – even buildings – to be
armed, disarmed and have status checked all from
one location.
Up to eight VISTA-250BP panels can be linked
together, and the control can be integrated with
Honeywell’s PassPoint system (via the VISTA
Gateway Module) to provide a fully integrated security
and access control system. The VistaKey Access
Control system and the VistaView-100 CCTV
Switcher can also be seamlessly integrated with this
powerful commercial platform.
FEATURES:
• Provides nine style-B hardwired zones
• Supports up to 241 additional zones using a built-in polling
(multiplex) loop interface
• Supports up to 250 wireless zones using 5881 type RF
receiver (fewer if using hardwired and/or polling loop zones)
• Provides 1 power-limited bell circuit delivering 1.7Amp (max)
at 12Vdc.
• Provides the ability to control eight separate partitions
independently, each functioning as if it had its own
separate control
• Accommodates 250 user codes with seven authority levels
• Accommodates 32 keypad macro commands per system
• Keeps a log of up to 1,000 events
• VistaView-100 CCTV support
• Supports up to 16 two-wire smoke detectors on zone 1
• Supports up to 50 latching-type glassbreak detectors
on zone 8
• Zone 7 may be used for keyswitch arming/disarming
• Integrates with PassPoint access control systems to provide
increased users, event log, and scheduling (up to 32 doors)
• Supports V-Plex addressable VistaKey
access control (up to 15 doors and 500 cards)
• Easily programmed and maintained by the newly upgraded
Compass Windows-based downloader
• Supports up to 96 programmable relays
• Supports the ADEMCO 4286 VIP Module
• False alarm reduction features
• Panel linking (up to eight panels)
• Two-Way RS232 (facility automation software support) optional
• Supports eight numeric pager numbers
• Supports touch screen Advanced User Interface (AUI) (Future)
• Smoke Detector Reset at keypad
• Quick Exit
• Group Bypass
• Arm Faulted
• Event Arming
• Scheduled check-in
• Arm Stay by group
21
ADEMCO VISTA-250BP
250 Zone UL Commercial Burglary Control Panel
Additional Features
Basic Hardwired Zones
Provides nine style-B hardwired zones with the
following characteristics:
• EOLR supervision (optional for zones 2-8) supporting N.O. or
N.C. sensors (EOLR supervision required for
fire and UL burglary installations)
• Individually assignable to one of 8 partitions
• Up to 16 two-wire smoke detectors on zone 1
• Four-wire smoke or heat detectors on zones 1-8 (power
to four-wire smoke detectors must be supervised with
an EOL device)
• Up to 50 two-wire latching glassbreak detectors on
zone 8
Scheduling
Provides the following scheduling capabilities:
• Open/Close Schedules (for control of arming/disarming
and reporting)
• Holiday Schedules (allows different time windows for
open/close schedules)
• Timed Events (for activation of relays, auto-bypassing and
unbypassing, auto-arming and disarming, etc.)
• Access Schedules (for limiting system access to users by time)
• End User Output Programming Mode (provides 20 timers for
relay control)
Eight Partitions
Provides the ability to control eight separate areas independently,
each functioning as if it had its own separate control. Partitioning
features include:
• A Common Lobby partition (1-8), which can be programmed to
arm automatically when the last partition that shares the
common lobby is armed, and to disarm when the first partition
that shares the common lobby is disarmed
• A Master partition (9), used strictly to assign keypads for the
purpose of viewing the status of all eight partitions at the same
time (master keypads)
• All zones assignable to one of eight partitions
• Keypads assignable to one of eight partitions or to Master
partition 9 to view system status
• Ability to assign relays to one or all eight partitions
• Ability to display fire and/or burglary and panic and/or trouble
conditions at all other partitions’ keypads (selectable option)
• Certain system options selectable for each partition, such as
entry/exit delay and subscriber account number
Polling Loop Expansion
Supports up to 241 additional zones using a built-in polling
(multiplex) loop interface. Current draw can total up to 128mA.
Polling loop zones have the following characteristics:
• Must use RPM (Remote Point Module) devices
• Supervised by control panel
• Individually assignable to one of 8 partitions
Wireless Expansion
Supports up to 250 wireless zones using 5881 type RF receiver
(fewer if using hardwire and/or polling loop zones). Wireless
zones have the following characteristics:
• Supervised by control panel for check-in signals (except certain
nonsupervised transmitters)
• Tamper protection for supervised transmitters
• Individually assignable to one of eight partitions
4101SN
Relay
Module
Q2260SN
Multiplex
DUAL TEC®
Motion
Detector
FG1625SN
Glassbreak
4208U
Eight-Zone
Expansion
Module
4293SN
Adapters
998MX
Dual
Fresnel PIR
5192
Series Smoke
Detectors
4278EX
Quad PIR
V-Plex Loop
4208U
Eight-Zone
Expansion Module
5881
Wireless
Receiver
6139
Custom Alpha
Console
VISTA-250BP
710
Light
Notification Appliances
4204
Relay
Module
VGM (PTVGM)
VISTA
Gateway
Module
Parallel Printer
748
Horn
Serial Printer
4204CF
Supervised
NAC
Module
Keyswitch
Option
416
RS232
Notification
Appliances
Phone Line to Central Station
7845C Cellular
22
7820 Radio
ADEMCO VISTA-250BP
250 Zone UL Commercial Burglary Control Panel
• UL1023 Household Burglar Alarm
• California State Fire Marshall (CSFM)
New Enhancement PANEL LINKING
Panel Linking allows multiple control panels to be networked
together and controlled from any keypad in
the system:
• Control multiple zones, partitions, buildings from a
central location
• Check status, arm and disarm any partition from any keypad in
the system (based on user’s authority level)
• Users can have a different authority level in each partition and
access to different partitions in each panel
• Global Arming - users can arm and disarm all the partitions in all
the panels they have access to, with one set of keystrokes
Specifications
Electrical:
• Voltage Input: From ADEMCO No. 1361 Plug-In Transformer
(use 1361CN in Canada) or 4300 transformer (for X-10
installations) rated 16.5VAC, 40 VA
• Alarm Sounder Output: 10VDC-13.8VDC, 1.7 amps max.,
(UL1023, UL609 installations); 750mA less aux. current draw
(UL985 installations)
• Auxiliary Power Output: 9.6VDC-13.8VDC, 750mA max. For UL
installations, the accessories connected to the output must be
UL Listed, and rated to operate in the above voltage range
• Backup Battery: 12VDC, 4AH or 7AH gel cell. YUASA NP4-12
(12V, 4AH) or NP7-12 (12V, 7AH) recommended
• Standby Time: 4 hours min. with 750 mA aux. load using 7 AH
battery
• Circuit Protectors: PTC circuit breakers are used on battery
input to protect against reverse battery connections and on
alarm sounder output to protect against wiring faults (shorts). A
solid state circuit breaker is used on auxiliary power output to
protect against wiring faults (shorts)
Applications
The VISTA-250BP control is well suited for a variety of applications
as a burglary control. A diverse line of ADEMCO initiating devices
support this extremely powerful control. Some of the applications
supported are medical and professional buildings, supermarkets,
churches or synagogues, office buildings, schools, universities,
strip malls, larger residences and factory or warehouse environments.
Installation
The VISTA-250BP alarm system has been designed to mount both
quickly and easily. It meets all applicable requirements for ULCommercial Burglary installations, use the VISTA-ULKT kit when
an attack resistant enclosure is required. (VISTA-250BP and
VISTA-128BP both meet this requirement).
Main Dialer
• Formats Supported: ADEMCO High Speed, ADEMCO
4 + 2 Express, ADEMCO Low Speed, ADEMCO Contact ID,
Sescoa and Radionics Low Speed
• Line Seize: Double Pole
• Ringer Equivalence: 0.7B
Agency Listings (all future)
Burglary:
• UL609 Grade A Local Mercantile Premises and Mercantile Safe
and Vault
• UL611/UL1610 Grades A, AA Central Station
• UL365 Grades A, AA Police Connec
• UL985 Household Fire
4193SN
Serial Interface
Module
ECP
Bus
4208SNF
Eight-Zone
Expander Module
4190SN
Remote Point
Module
5881ENHC
Commercial Wireless Receiver
(Max Two)
6160
Console
4944SN
Contact
4959SN
Overhead Door
Contact
5808LST
Wireless
Smoke
5816
Door/Window
Transmitter
4204
Relay
Module
Cabinet dimensions:
• 12-1/2" W X 14 1/2" H X 3" D
5800
Series
Wireless
Devices
5890
Wireless PIR
4209U
Group Zoning
Module
4204CF
Supervised
NAC Module
5869
Commercial
UL Wireless
Hold-up Button
5817CB Universal
Contact Monitoring
Transmitter
VISTA-250BP
Symphony
VistaKey V-Plex
Access Control
Module
Panel
Linking
Module
Panel
Linking
Module
23
Supports Up To
16 Conventional
Two-Wire
Smoke Detectors
VISTA-250BP
ADEMCO VISTA-250BP
250 Zone UL Commercial Burglary Control Panel
SPECIFICATIONS:
Compatible Devices
See compatibility chart for complete list
Glassbreak detectors:
• 9500SN
VISTA interactive phone module
• 4286 Voice Module
Auxiliary devices
• 4204 – Relay Module, four form C contacts
• 4204CF – two supervised output circuits
• 5881 Series – RF Receiver supporting
5800 wireless detectors
• 6160/6139 – Alpha Keypad/Annunciator
• 6220S – System Printer used with
4100SM serial module
• VA8200 – (PLM) Panel Linking Module
• VA8201 – (APM) Alpha Paging Module
Long range radio:
• Long Range Radio 7720ULF-XX,
7835CZ, 7845C
Upgraded software:
• Upgraded Compass Downloader Windows compatible
Wireless devices:
• 5804 – Wireless Key
• 5804BD – Bi-directional Key
• 5804BDV – Bi-directional with voice
• 5804Watch – Wireless Key
and full featured sports watch
• 5816 – Door/Window Transmitter
• 5819 – Shock Sensor
• 5827BD – Bi-directional Keypad
• 5849 – Glassbreak Detector
• 5890 – PIR
Two-wire smoke detectors conventional:
• System Sensor smoke detectors
Horn/Strobes:
• System Sensor Notification Appliances
Manual pull stations:
• 5140MPS-1
• 5140MPS-2
V-Plex (addressable) devices:
• 4101SN Single Relay/Zone Module
• 4190SN Remote Point Module
-– two zones
• 4193SN Two Zone Serial Interface Module
• 4208U Loop Expansion Module
– eight zones
• 4208SNF Class A/B Expander Module
• 4209U Group Zoning Module
– two/four zones
• 4293SN One Zone Serial Interface Module
• 4297 Isolation/Extender Module
Access control:
• VistaKey V-Plex (addressable)
Access Control
• VistaKey-SK Starter Kit
• VistaKey-EX Expansion Kit
• VGM VISTA Gateway Module to PassPoint Access
Control (Northern Computers)
CCTV
• CCTV – VistaView-100 CCTV
Switcher Module
Commercial Wireless Devices
• 5808LST – Wireless Smoke Detector†
• 5809 – Wireless Heat Detector
• 5817CB – Commercial UL Burglary, Universal Contact
Monitoring Transmitter*
• 5869 – Commercial UL Wireless
Hold-up Button*
• 5881ENHC
V-Plex (addressable) smoke detectors:
• 5192SD
• 5192SDT
Passive infrared detectors:
• 998MX
• 4275EX-SN
• 4278EX-SN
• QUEST2260SN
* When used with 5881ENHC receiver.
† Not listed for commercial use with VISTA-250BP, residential listing only.
V-Plex (addressable) contacts:
• 4939SN-WH
• 4944SN-WH
• 4959SN, 9500SN
ORDERING:
Part No.
VISTA-250BP
Description
Partitioned Commercial Burglary Alarm Platform
24
ADEMCO VISTA-32FB
Commercial Fire/Burg/CCTV and Access Control Platform
Designed to integrate seamlessly with CCTV, access
control and Honeywell’s full range of fire and burglary
components, the VISTA-32FB provides the ultimate
protection of life and property. The UL listed Commercial
Fire and Burglary Control Platform can control up to two
separate partitions independently, and supports up to 32
zones/points using hardwired, wireless and addressable
V-Plex technologies.
A diverse line of ADEMCO initiating devices, notification
circuits, digital dialers, keypads, RF receivers and relays
support this extremely powerful control platform.
Advanced technology, combined with simple end-user
operation, make the versatile VISTA-32FB the smartest
choice for the most demanding applications.
FEATURES:
• Supports addressable V-Plex access control points using
VistaKey (1 to 4 doors)
• Supports up to 16 doors of access control using
Vista Gateway Module (VGM)*
• Supports CCTV applications with the new VistaView-100
CCTV Switcher Module
• Identifies the point or zone of a fire using the new
FSA-8/FSA-24 Fire System Annunciator
• Supports eight hardwired zones, 24 V-Plex addressable
points/zones, or 32 wireless points/zones
• Can control two separate areas (partitions) independently
• Stores up to 512 events and can accommodate 75 user codes
• New E2 Software Simplifies Programing
• Easily programmed and maintained with newly upgraded
Compass Downloader Software
• Automatic smoke detector sensitivity maintenance testing
• Commercial UL Wireless Fire and Burg
* Connects to Honeywell’s PassPoint Access
Control Systems. Maximum 32 doors.
25
ADEMCO VISTA-32FB
Commercial Fire/Burg/CCTV and Access Control Platform
Additional Features
• Notification Appliance Circuits (two):
– Programmable
– Temporal code compliant
– Individually silenceable
• Programmable on-board auxiliary relay
• SIA false alarm reduction features:
– Exit error logic
– Exit delay reset
– Cross zoning
– Call waiting defeat
– Recent close report
• Supports commercial hardwired, addressable V-Plex
polling loop and wireless zones
• Hardwired zones
– Provides nine style B hardwired zones
– EOLR supervised for Fire and UL burglary installations
– Supports N.O or N.C. sensors
– Individually assignable to one or all eight partitions
– Up to 16 two-wire smoke detectors each on zone one
and two (32 total)
– Up to 50 two-wire glassbreak detectors on zone eight
• Patented addressable V-Plex polling loop technology
– Supports up to 24 two-wire V-Plex zones/points
– Global polling technology for faster processing
– Increased current draw capacity (128mA)
– Supervised by panel
– Individually assignable to partitions, notification circuit
(bell) output or aux relay
– 4,000 ft capability without the use of shielded cable
– Extender/Isolation bus module
FG1625SN
Glassbreak
4101SN
Relay Module
– Two-wire smoke detector zone/group expansion module
adds two or four zones
– Eight zone – Class A and B extender module
– Eight zone – Class B extender module
– One zone supervised contact monitor module
• UL Listed wireless expansion
– Supports up to 32 wireless zones/points using
5881ENHC Receiver
– Supervised by control for check-in signals
– Tamper protection for transmitters
– Individually assignable up to eight partitions
– Supports UL864/NFPA approved wireless smoke
detectors
• Event reporting
• Local printer of access or VISTA related event
• Scheduled uploading of events to central station
• Up to four doors using VistaKey V-Plex Access Control
• Stored events for one call retrieval
• Communication
– Phone mapping by zone response type
– Supports VIP Interactive Phone Voice Module
– Panel operation during download
– Uploading equipment list to central station
– Communication to PassPoint via Vista Gateway Module
Supported by a diverse line of ADEMCO initiating devices,
the VISTA-32FB is well suited for a variety of smaller to
medium sized applications as an integrated
fire and burglary control—including restaurants, small retail
stores and shops, churches and synagogues, strip malls,
larger residences and small factory and
warehouse environments.
4208U
Eight-Zone
Expansion
Module
4293SN
V-Plex Adapter
4208SNF
Eight-Zone
Expansion Module
With Two Class A Zones
5192 Series
Smoke
Detectors
5881ENHC
Wireless Commercial
Receiver
V-Plex Loop
4278EX
Quad
PIR
ECP Bus
6160CR
Red Alpha Console
VistaKey V-Plex
Access Control
Module
VistaView-100
CCTV Switcher
4204
Relay
Module
Notification Appliances
NAC (Bell) Circuit
4204CF
Eight Class B Hardware Zones
4146
Key Switch
Option
5140 LED
Communicator
Status Module
4100SM
Printer
Interface
Module
RS232
Notification
Appliances
6220S Printer
Phone Line to
Central Station
7720ULF
Long
Range Radio
26
7845C
Cellular
32
Red-
s
ADEMCO VISTA-32FB
Commercial Fire/Burg/CCTV and Access Control Platform
Applications
The VISTA-32FB control is well suited for a variety of
applications as an integrated fire and burglary control. A
diverse line of ADEMCO initiating devices supports this
extremely powerful control. Some of the applications
supported are: medical and professional buildings, churches
or synagogues, office buildings, schools, strip malls, larger
residences and factory or warehouse environments.
Installation
The VISTA-32FB alarm system has been designed to mount
both quickly and easily. It meets all applicable requirements
for UL commercial fire and burglary installations.
Specifications
Electrical:
• Primary power: 18VAC @ 72VA ADEMCO No. 1451
• Quiescent current draw: 350mA
• Backup battery:
– 12VDC, 7AH min to 34.4AH max
– Lead acid battery (gel type)
• Alarm power: 12VDC, 1.7A max for each notification (bell)
circuit output
• Aux. standby pwr: 12VDC, 1A max
• Total power: 2.3A at 12VDC, 3.4A at 24VDC
from all sources
• 24 hours with 1A standby load or 60 hours with 205mA
max standby load using 34.4AH battery
• Fusing: Battery input, aux. and notification (bell) circuit
outputs are protected using PTC circuit protectors. All
outputs are power limited.
Main Dialer:
• Line seize: Double Pole
• Ringer equiv.: 0.7B
• Formats: ADEMCO Low Speed, ADEMCO 4+2 Express,
ADEMCO High Speed, ADEMCO Contact ID, Sescoa and
Radionics
Cabinet dimensions:
• 14.5”H X 12.5”W X 3”D
Environmental:
• Storage temp: -10°C to 70°C
• Operating temp: 0°C to 50°C
• Humidity: 85% RH
• EMI: Meets or exceeds the following requirements:
– FCC Part 15, Class B Device
– FCC Part 68
– IEC EMC Directive
Agency Listings
• Burglary
• FCC Part 15, Class B; FCC Part 68
• UL Residential and Commercial
• UL864/NFPA Local Fire
• UL864/NFPA Central and Remote Station Fire
• UL609 Grad A Local Mercantile Premises/Local
• Mercantile Safe and Vault
• UL365 police station connected burglar alarm
• Grade AA Service (with LRR Model 7920SE)
• UL611/UL610 Central Station Burglar Alarm
• California State Fire Marshal
• FM
Manual Pull Stations
5140MPS-1*
5140MPS-2*
4193SN
Serial Interface
Module
Q2260SN Multiplex
Dual Tec® Motion Detector
4190SN
V-Plex Two-Zone
Expander
4944SN
Addressable
Recessed Mount
Contact
5881
Wireless Receiver
(Max Two)
5808LST
Smoke
Detectors
6139R
2 Character
-Alpha Keypad
4204CF
Supervised
NAC
Module
Tamper Switch*
Flow Switch*
Low Temp Switch*
5890
Wireless PIR
5800
Series
Wireless
Devices
4209U
Group Zoning
Module
5808LST
5816
Smoke Detectors
Door/Window
Miniature
Transmitter
Notification
Appliance
5869
Commercial
Hold-Up Switch
5817CB
Wireless
Commercial
Transmitter
Supports Up To 32
Conventional Two-Wire
Smoke Detectors
Supports Up To 16
Conventional Two-Wire
Smoke Detectors
VGM (PTVGM)
Vista Gateway
Module
PassPoint
*Use with 4193SN Mini-Zone Module
27
ADEMCO VISTA-32FB
Commercial Fire/Burg/CCTV and Access Control Platform
SPECIFICATIONS:
Compatible Devices
See compatibility chart for complete list
Auxiliary devices
• 4204 – Relay Module, four form C contacts
• 4204CF – Two supervised output circuits
• 5140DLM, Supervised Dialer
• 5881 Series – RF Receiver supporting 5800 wireless
detectors
• 6160CR – Red Alpha Keypad
• 6139R – Red Alpha Keypad/annunciator
• 6220S – System printer used with 4100SM serial module
• FSA-8, FSA-24 Fire Annunciators
Passive Infrared Detectors:
• 998MX
• 4275EX-SN
• 4278EX-SN
• QUEST2260SN
V-Plex (addressable) Contacts:
• 4194WH, 4193SN
• 4939SN-WH
• 4944SN-WH
• 4959SN
Glassbreak Detectors:
• 9500SN
Long Range Radio:
• 7720ULF
• 7845C Cellular Radio
Two-wire smoke detectors conventional:
• System Sensor smoke detectors
Horn/Strobes:
• System Sensor Notification Appliances
Upgraded software:
• Upgraded Compass Downloader Windows compatible
Manual Pull Stations:
• 5140MPS-1
• 5140MPS-2
V-Plex (addressable) Devices:
• 4101SN Relay Zone Module
• 4190SN Remote Point Module
– two zones
• 4190WH
• 4193SN Two Zone Serial Interface Module
• 4208U Loop Expansion Module
– eight zones
• 4208SNF Eight Zone/2 Class A/6 Class B Expander
Module
• 4209U Group Zoning Module
– two/four zones
• 4293SN One Zone Serial Interface Module
• 4297 Isolation/Extender Module
CCTV
• VistaView-100-CCTV Switcher Module
Wireless Devices:
• 5804 – Wireless Key
• 5804BDV – Bi-directional with voice
• 5804BD – Bi-directional Key
• 5808C - Wireless Smoke Detector
• 5816 – Door/Window Transmitter
• 5819 – Shock Sensor
• 5827BD – Bi-directional Keypad
• 5849 – Glassbreak Detector
• 5890 – PIR
Access Control:
• VistaKey V-Plex (addressable)
Access Control
• VistaKey-SK Starter Kit
• VistaKey-EX Expansion Kit
• VGM Vista Gateway Module to PassPoint Access
Control (Northern Computers)
Commercial Wireless Devices:
• 5808LST - Wireless Smoke Detector
• 5809 - Wireless Heat Detector
• 5817CB - Wireless Commercial Transmitter
• 5869 - Hold up Transmitter
• 5881ENHC - Commercial Fire/Burg Receiver
V-Plex (addressable) Smoke Detectors:
• 5192SD
• 5192SDT
Vista Interactive Phone Module:
• 4286 Voice Module
ORDERING:
Part No.
VISTA-32FB
Description
Commercial Fire and Partitioned Burglary Alarm Platform
28
ADEMCO VISTA-128FBP/V128FBP-24
128 Zone UL Commercial Fire/Burglary Control Panel
Designed to integrate seamlessly with CCTV, access
control, and Honeywell’s full range of fire and burglary
components, the ADEMCO VISTA-128FBP provides the
ultimate protection of life and property. The UL listed
commercial fire and burglary control platform controls up to
eight partitions, and supports up to 128 zones/points using
hardwired, wireless and V-Plex addressable technologies.
A diverse line of ADEMCO initiating devices, notification
circuits, digital dials, keypads, RF receivers and relays
supported this extremely powerful control platform. The
VISTA-128FBP has been designed to mount quickly and
easily in an attack resistant cabinet, and is available in
12V and 24V models. A revolutionary new feature called
panel linking allows multiple partitions, panels—even
buildings—to be armed, disarmed and have status checked
from one location.
FEATURES:
• Eight hardwired zones standard, expandable
to 120 V-Plex addressable points/zones or
128 wireless points/zones
• Can control eight separate areas independently
(8 partitions)
• Supports panel linking allows up to 8 systems or buildings
to be controlled from one central location (using VA8200)
• Supports commercial UL wireless fire and burg
• Stores up to 512 events and can accommodate 150
user codes
• Supports addressable V-Plex access control points using
VistaKey (1 to 8 doors)
• Supports up to 16 doors of access control using Vista
Gateway Module (VGM)*
• Supports CCTV applications with the new VistaView-100
CCTV Switcher Module
• Identifies the point or zone of a fire or alarm, using the new
FSA-8/FSA-24 Fire System Annunciator
• False alarm prevention features to help reduce false alarms
• Two on-board notification (bell) circuits delivering 2.3 amp @
12V or 3.4 amp @ 24V
• Automatic smoke detector sensitivity maintenance testing
• 4-wire smoke reset using on-board J2 output trigger
• Supports Dynamic Signaling for LRR
• Supports Remote Control-via the internet**
• Supports Internet Alarm Reporting**
• Supports the new Graphical User Interface Consoles
• Supports up to 250 access card holders using VistaKey
• Supports AlphaNumeric pager up to 8 different numbers
using the VA8201
* Connects to Honeywell’s PassPoint
Access Control Systems. Maximum 32 doors.
** When used with AlarmNet-i
29
ADEMCO VISTA-128FBP/V128FBP-24
128 Zone UL Commercial Fire/Burglary Control Panel
Additional Features
• Notification Appliance Circuits (two):
– Programmable
– Temporal code compliant
– Individually silenceable
• Programmable on-board auxiliary relay
• SIA false alarm reduction features:
– Exit error logic
– Exit delay reset
– Cross zoning
– Call waiting defeat
– Recent close report
• Supports commercial hardwired, addressable V-Plex
polling loop and wireless zones
• Hardwired zones
– Provides eight style B hardwired zones
– EOLR supervised for Fire and UL burglary installations
– Supports N.O or N.C. sensors
– Individually assignable to any eight partition
– Up to 32 two-wire smoke detectors each on zone one
and two (64 total)
– Up to 50 two-wire glass break detectors on zone eight
• Patented addressable V-Plex polling loop technology
– Supports 120 two-wire zones points
– Global polling technology for faster processing
– Increased current draw capacity (128mA)
– Supervised by panel
– Individually assignable to partitions, notification circuit
(bell) output or aux relay
– 4,000 ft capability without the use of shielded cable
– Extender/Isolation bus module
– Two-wire smoke detector zone/group expansion module
adds two or four zones
5192
Series
Smoke
Detectors
4208U
Eight-Zone
Expansion
Module
– Eight zone – Class A and B extender module
– Eight zone – Class B extender module
– One zone supervised contact monitor module
• UL Listed wireless expansion
– Supports up to 128 wireless zones/points using
5881ENHC receiver
– Supervised by control for check-in signals
– Tamper protection for transmitters
– Individually assignable up to eight partitions
– Supports UL864/NFPA approved wireless smoke
detectors
• Access Control integration
– Full integration with PassPoint Access Control
System Complete Gateway interface of Vista
and access functions
• Up to 8 doors using VistaKey V-Plex Access Control
• Event reporting
• Local printer of access or VISTA related event
• Scheduled uploading of events to central station
• Stored events for one call retrieval
• Communication
– Phone mapping by zone response type
– Supports VIP interactive phone voice module
– Panel operation during download
– Uploading equipment list to central station
– Communication to PassPoint via Vista Gateway Module
• CCTV integration
– Supports VistaView-100 ECP based CCTV switchers
4193SN
Serial Interface
Module
5192 Series
Smoke
Detectors
V-PLEX Loop
4208SNF
Eight-ZoneExpansion Module
With 2 Class A Zones
5881
Wireless
Receiver
6160CR
Red Alpha Console
VistaView-100
CCTV Switcher
VistaKey V-Plex
Access Control
Module
Vista-128FBP
Notification Appliances
4204
Relay
Module
NAC (Bell) Circuit
4204CF
Eight Class B Hardware Zones
Parallel Printer
416 Key
Switch
Option
5140 LED
Communicator
Status Module
Serial Printer
4100SM
Printer
Interface
Module
RS232
6220S Printer
Alpha Paging
Module
Notification
Appliances
Phone Line to Central Station
7720ULF Long
Range Radio
30
7835CF Cellular
Radio
ADEMCO VISTA-128FBP/V128FBP-24
128 Zone UL Commercial Fire/Burglary Control Panel
Applications
The ADEMCO VISTA-128FBP control is well suited for a
variety of applications as an integrated fire and burglary
control. A diverse line of ADEMCO initiating devices support
this extremely powerful control. Some of the applications
supported are: medical and professional buildings, churches
or synagogues, office buildings, schools, strip malls, larger
residences and factory or warehouse environments.
Installation
The VISTA-128FBP alarm system has been designed to
mount both quickly and easily. It meets all applicable
requirements for UL commercial fire and burglary installations.
Specifications
Electrical:
• Primary power: 18VAC @ 72VA ADEMCO No. 1451
• Control panel quiescent current draw: 350mA
• Backup battery:
– 12VDC, 12AH min to 34.4AH max
– Lead acid battery (gel type)
• Alarm power: 12VDC, 1.7A max for each notification (bell)
circuit output Total 2.3amps @ 12V
• Aux. standby pwr: 12VDC, 1A max
• Total power: 2.3A at 12VDC, 3.4A at 24VDC from all
sources
• Standby time: 24 hours with 1A standby load using
34.4AH battery
• Fusing: Battery input, aux. and notification (bell) circuit
outputs are protected using PTC circuit protectors. All
outputs are power limited.
• Optional 24-volt power supply, PS 24 Supplies two 24
VFW, 1.7A full wave rectified, unfiltered outputs.
Main Dialer:
• Line seize: Double Pole
• Ringer equiv.: 0.7B
• Formats: ADEMCO Low Speed, ADEMCO 4+2 Express,
ADEMCO High Speed, ADEMCO Contact ID, Sescoa and
Radionics
• Dual phone line capability (using 5140DLM module)
Cabinet dimensions:
• 18”H X 14.5”W X 4.3”D
Environmental:
• Storage temp: -10°C to 70°C
• Operating temp: 0°C to 50°C
• Humidity: 85% RH
• EMI: Meets or exceeds the following requirements:
– FCC Part 15, Class B Device
– FCC Part 68
– IEC EMC Directive
Agency Listings
Burglary:
• UL609 Grade A Local Mercantile Premises and Mercantile
Safe and Vault
• UL611/1610 Grades A, AA, Central Station
• UL365 Grades A, AA Police Connect
Fire:
• UL864/NFPA72 Local, Central Station and Remote Station
• Factory Mutual
• California State Fire Marshal
• MEA
• UL985
Manual Pull Stations
5140MPS - 1*
5140MPS - 2*
4193SN
Serial Interface
Module
ECP Bus
4190SN
V-Plex Two-Zone
Expander
4293SN
V-Plex Adapter
5881
Wireless Receiver
(Max Two)
6139R
32 Character
Red-Alpha
Keypad
Symphony
4944SN
Addressable
Recessed
Mount
Contact
5808LST
Smoke
Detectors
Tamper Switch*
Flow Switch*
Low Temp Switch*
4297
Isolation/
Extender
Module
5890
Wireless PIR
4209U
Group Zoning
Module
4204CF
Supervised
NAC
Module
Notification
Appliance
Supports Up To 64
Conventional 2-Wire
Smoke Detectors
5816
Door/Window
Miniature
Transmitter
5808LST
Smoke
Detectors
Supports Up To 16
Conventional 2-Wire
Smoke Detectors
PassPoint
VGM (PTVGM)
Vista
Gateway
Module
Vista128FBP
Panel Linking
Module
Vista128FBP
Panel Linking
Module
31
4190SN
V-Plex
Two-Zone
expander
ADEMCO VISTA-128FBP/V128FBP-24
128 Zone UL Commercial Fire/Burglary Control Panel
SPECIFICATIONS:
Compatible Devices
See compatibility chart for complete list
V-Plex Glassbreak Detectors:
• 9500SN
Auxiliary Devices
• 6160CR – Red Alpha Keypad
• 6139R – Red Alpha Keypad/Annunciator
• FSA-8 & FSA-24 annunciator modules
• 4204 – Relay Module, four form C contacts
• 4204CF – Two supervised output circuits
• 5881 Series – RF receiver supporting 5800 wireless
detectors
• 6220S – System printer used with 4100SM serial module
VISTA interactive phone module
• 4286 Voice Module
Two-wire smoke detectors conventional:
• 2100 Series Photoelectric
• 2400 Series Photoelectric
• 1100 Series Ionization
Wireless Devices:
• 5804BDV – Bi-directional with voice
• 5804BD – Bi-directional Key
• 5804Watch – Wireless Key & sports
watch combined
• 5816 – Door/Window Transmitter
• 5804 – Wireless key
• 5827BD – Bi-directional Keypad
• 5890 – PIR
• 5849 – Glassbreak Detector
• 5819 – Shock Sensor
Optional 24V Power Supply
• PS24 – 24V power supply – 3.4A
Long Range Radio:
• Long Range Radio 7720ULF-XX, 7835C, 7835CF, 7845C
Upgraded software:
• Upgraded Compass Downloader Windows compatible
Four-wire smoke detectors conventional:
• 2112/24 Series Photoelectric
• 1412 Series Ionization
Horn/Strobes:
• System Sensor Notification Appliances
Manual Pull Stations:
• 5140MPS-1
• 5140MPS-2
Commercial Wireless Devices:
• 5808LST – Wireless Smoke Detector
• 5809 – Wireless Heat Detector
• 5817CB – Wireless Commercial Transmitter
• 5869 – Hold-Up Transmitter
• 5881ENHC – Commercial Fire/Burg Receiver
V-Plex (addressable) Devices:
• 4208U Loop Expansion Module
-– eight zones
• 4101SN Single Relay/Zone Module
• 4208SNF Class A/B Expander Module
• 4209U Group Zoning Module
-– two/four zones
• 4190SN Remote Point Module
-– two zones
• 4193SN Two Zone Serial Interface Module
• 4293SN One Zone Serial Interface Module
• 4297 Isolation/Extender Module
Access Control:
• VistaKey V-Plex (addressable)
Access Control
• VistaKey-SK Starter Kit
• VistaKey-EX Expansion Kit
• VGM Vista Gateway Module to PassPoint Access Control
(Northern Computers)
CCTV
– VistaView-100 CCTV Switcher or Module
V-Plex (addressable) Smoke Detectors:
• 5192SD • 4192SD
• 4192CP
• 5192SDT • 4192SDT
• 4192CPM
• 4192SDTM
Internet Access:
• Graphical user interface with internet capability
• Internet Remote Control-Networking Module
• Internet Alarm Communicator (7845i)
V-Plex Passive Infrared Detectors:
• 998MX
• 4275EX-SN
• 4278EX-SN
Paging:
• VA8201 AlphaNumeric Pager
V-Plex (addressable) Contacts:
• 4939SN-WH
• 4944SN-WH
• 4959SN
ORDERING:
Part No.
VISTA-128FBP
V128FBP-24
Description
Commercial Fire and Partitioned Burglary Alarm Platform 12V Model
Commercial Fire and Partitioned Burglary Alarm Platform 24V Model
32
ADEMCO VISTA-250FBP/VISTA250FBP-24
250 Zone UL Commercial Fire/Burglary Control Panel
Designed to integrate seamlessly with CCTV, access
control and Honeywell’s full range of fire and burglary
components, the ADEMCO VISTA-250FBP provides
the ultimate protection of life and property. The UL
listed commercial fire and burglary control platform
controls up to eight partitions, and supports up to 250
zones/points using hardwired, wireless and V-Plex
addressable technologies.
A diverse line of ADEMCO initiating devices, notification
circuits, digital dialers, keypads, RF receivers and relays
support this extremely powerful control platform. The
VISTA-250FBP has been designed to mount quickly and
easily in an attack resistant cabinet, and is available in
12V and 24V models. A revolutionary feature called
panel linking allows multiple partitions, panels – even
buildings – to be armed, disarmed and have status
checked all from one location.
FEATURES:
• Eight hardwired zones standard, expandable to 242 V-Plex
addressable points/zones or 250 wireless points/zones
• Can control eight separate areas independently (8 partitions)
• Supports Panel-Linking allows up to 8 systems or building to
be controlled from one central location (using VA8200)
• Supports Commercial UL Wireless Fire and Burg
• Stores up to 1000 events and can accommodate 250 user
codes
• Supports V-Plex addressable VistaKey access control (up to
15 doors and 500 cards)*
• Supports up to 16 doors of access control using Vista
Gateway Module (VGM)*
• Supports CCTV applications with the new VistaView-100
CCTV Switcher Module
• False alarm prevention features to help reduce false alarms
• Identifies the point or zone of a fire or alarm using the new
FSA-8/FSA-24 Fire System Annunciator
• Two on-board notification (bell) circuits delivering 2.3 amp @
12V or 3.4 amp @ 24V
• Automatic smoke detector sensitivity maintenance testing
• 4-wire smoke reset using on-board J2 output trigger
• Supports Dynamic Signaling for LRR backup
• Supports Remote Control-via the internet**
• Supports Internet Alarm Reporting**
• Supports Graphical User Interface Consoles
• Supports AlphaNumeric Pager up to eight
different numbers using the VA8201
* Connects to Honeywell’s PassPoint
Access Control Systems. Maximum 32 doors.
** When used with AlarmNet-i.
33
ADEMCO VISTA-250FBP/VISTA250FBP-24
250 Zone UL Commercial Fire/Burglary Control Panel
– 4,000 ft capability without the use of shielded cable
– Extender/Isolation bus module
– Two-wire smoke detector zone/group expansion module
adds two or four zones
– Eight zone – Class A and B extender module
– Eight zone – Class B extender module
– One zone supervised contact monitor module
• UL Listed wireless expansion
– Supports up to 128 wireless zones/points using
5881ENHC receiver
– Supervised by control for check-in signals
– Tamper protection for transmitters
– Individually assignable up to eight partitions
– Supports UL864/NFPA approved wireless smoke
detectors
• Access Control integration
– Full integration with PassPoint Access Control
System Complete Gateway interface of Vista
and access functions
• Up to 8 doors using VistaKey V-Plex Access Control
• Event reporting
• Local printer of access or VISTA related event
• Scheduled uploading of events to central station
• Stored events for one call retrieval
• Communication
– Phone mapping by zone response type
– Supports VIP interactive phone voice module
– Panel operation during download
– Uploading equipment list to central station
– Communication to PassPoint via Vista Gateway Module
• CCTV integration
– Supports VistaView-100 ECP based CCTV switchers
Additional Features
• Notification Appliance Circuits (two):
– Programmable
– Temporal code compliant
– Individually silenceable
• Programmable on-board auxiliary relay
• False alarm reduction features:
– Exit error logic
– Exit delay reset
– Cross zoning
– Call waiting defeat
– Recent close report
• Supports commercial hardwired, addressable V-Plex
polling loop and wireless zones
• Hardwired zones
– Provides eight style B hardwired zones
– EOLR supervised for Fire and UL burglary installations
– Supports N.O or N.C. sensors
– Individually assignable to any eight partition
– Up to 32 two-wire smoke detectors each on zone one
and two (64 total)
– Up to 50 two-wire glass break detectors on zone eight
• Patented addressable V-Plex polling loop technology
– Supports 120 two-wire zones points
– Global polling technology for faster processing
– Increased current draw capacity (128mA)
– Supervised by panel
– Individually assignable to partitions, notification circuit
(bell) output or aux relay
5192
Series Smoke Detectors
4208U
Eight-Zone
Expansion
Module
4193SN
Serial Interface
Module
4208SNF
Eight-Zone
Expansion Module
With 2 Class A Zones
5192
Series Smoke Detectors
5881
WirelessReceiver
V-Plex Loop
6160CR
Red Alpha Console
VistaView-100
CCTV Switcher
VistaKey V-Plex
Access Control
Module
Notification Appliances
Vista-250FBP
4204
Relay
Module
NAC (Bell) Circuit
4204CF
Eight Class B Hardware Zones
416
Key
Switch
Option
Parallel Printer
Serial Printer
5140 LED
Communicator Status
Module
4100SM
Printer
Interface
Module
RS232
6220S Printer
Alpha Paging
Module
Notification Appliances
Phone Line to Central Station
7720ULF
Long Range
Radio
34
7835CF
Cellular
Radio
ADEMCO VISTA-250FBP/VISTA250FBP-24
250 Zone UL Commercial Fire/Burglary Control Panel
Applications
The ADEMCO VISTA-128FBP control is well suited for a
variety of applications as an integrated fire and burglary
control. A diverse line of ADEMCO initiating devices support
this extremely powerful control. Some of the applications
supported are: medical and professional buildings, churches
or synagogues, office buildings, schools, strip malls, larger
residences and factory or warehouse environments.
Installation
The VISTA-128FBP alarm system has been designed to
mount both quickly and easily. It meets all applicable
requirements for UL commercial fire and burglary installations.
Specifications
Electrical:
• Primary power: 18VAC @ 72VA ADEMCO No. 1451
• Control panel quiescent current draw: 350mA
• Backup battery:
– 12VDC, 12AH min to 34.4AH max
– Lead acid battery (gel type)
• Alarm power: 12VDC, 1.7A max for each notification (bell)
circuit output Total 2.3amps @ 12V
• Aux. standby pwr: 12VDC, 1A max
• Total power: 2.3A at 12VDC, 3.4A at 24VDC from all
sources
• Standby time: 24 hours with 1A standby load using
34.4AH battery
• Fusing: Battery input, aux. and notification (bell) circuit
outputs are protected using PTC circuit protectors. All
outputs are power limited.
• Optional 24-volt power supply, PS 24 Supplies two 24
VFW, 1.7A full wave rectified, unfiltered outputs.
Main Dialer:
• Line seize: Double Pole
• Ringer equiv.: 0.7B
• Formats: ADEMCO Low Speed, ADEMCO 4+2 Express,
ADEMCO High Speed, ADEMCO Contact ID, Sescoa and
Radionics
• Dual phone line capability (using 5140DLM module)
Cabinet dimensions:
• 18”H X 14.5”W X 4.3”D
Environmental:
• Storage temp: -10°C to 70°C
• Operating temp: 0°C to 50°C
• Humidity: 85% RH
• EMI: Meets or exceeds the following requirements:
– FCC Part 15, Class B Device
– FCC Part 68
– IEC EMC Directive
Agency Listings
Burglary:
• UL609 Grade A Local Mercantile Premises and Mercantile
Safe and Vault
• UL611/1610 Grades A, AA, Central Station
• UL365 Grades A, AA Police Connect
Fire:
• UL864/NFPA72 Local, Central Station and Remote Station
• Factory Mutual
• California State Fire Marshal
• MEA
• UL985
Manual Pull Stations
5140MPS - 1*
5140MPS - 2*
4193SN
Serial Interface
Module
ECP
Bus
4190SN
V-Plex Two-Zone
Expander
6139R
32 Character
Red-Alpha
Keypad
Symphony
4293SN
V-Plex Adapter
5881
Wireless Receiver
(Max Two)
5808LST
Smoke
Detectors
4944SN
Addressable
Recessed Mount
Contact
Tamper Switch*
Flow Switch*
Low Temp Switch*
4297
Isolation/
Extender
Module
5890
Wireless PIR
4209U
Group Zoning
Module
4204CF
Supervised
NAC
Module
Notification
Appliance
5816
Door/Window
Miniature
Transmitter
5808LST
Smoke
Detectors
Supports Up To 16
Conventional 2-Wire
Smoke Detectors
VGM (PTVGM)
Vista
Gateway Module
PassPoint
Supports Up To 64
Conventional 2-Wire
Smoke Detectors
Vista-250FBP
Vista-250FBP
35
4190SN
V-Plex
Two-Zone
expander
ADEMCO VISTA-250FBP/VISTA250FBP-24
250 Zone UL Commercial Fire/Burglary Control Panel
SPECIFICATIONS:
Compatible Devices
See compatibility chart for complete list
V-Plex Glassbreak Detectors:
• 9500SN
VISTA interactive phone module
• 4286 Voice Module
Auxiliary Devices
• 4204 – Relay Module, four form C contacts
• 4204CF – Two supervised output circuits
• 5881 Series – RF receiver supporting 5800 wireless
detectors
• 6220S – System printer used with 4100SM serial module
• 6139R – Red Alpha Keypad/annunciator
• 6160CR – Red Alpha Keypad
• FSA-8 & FSA-24 annunciator modules
• VA8200 – (PLM) Panel Linking Module
• VA8201 – (APM) Alpha Paging Module
Optional 24V Power Supply
• PS24 – 24V power supply – 3.4A
Long Range Radio:
• Long Range Radio 7720ULF-XX, 7835C, 7835CF, 7845C
Upgraded software:
• Upgraded Compass Downloader Windows compatible
Wireless Devices:
• 5804 – Wireless Key
• 5804BD – Bi-directional Key
• 5804BDV – Bi-directional with voice
• 5804Watch - Wireless Key
and sports watch combined
• 5816 – Door/Window Transmitter
• 5819 – Shock Sensor
• 5827BD – Bi-directional Keypad
• 5849 – Glassbreak Detector
• 5890 – PIR
Two-wire smoke detectors conventional:
• System Sensor smoke detectors
Horn/Strobes:
• System Sensor Notification Appliances
Manual Pull Stations:
• 5140MPS-1
• 5140MPS-2
V-Plex (addressable) devices:
• 4101SN Single Relay/Zone Module
• 4190SN Remote Point Module – two zones
• 4193SN Two Zone Serial Interface Module
• 4208SNF Class A/B Expander Module
• 4208U Loop Expansion Module
– eight zones
• 4209U Group Zoning Module
– two/four zones
• 4293SN One Zone Serial Interface Module
• 4297 Isolation/Extender Module
Commercial Wireless Devices:
• 5808LST - Wireless Smoke Detector
• 5809 - Wireless Heat Detector
• 5817CB - Wireless Commercial Transmitter
• 5869 - Hold up Transmitter
• 5881ENHC - Commercial Fire/Burg Receiver
Access Control:
• VistaKey V-Plex (addressable)
Access Control
• VistaKey-SK Starter Kit
• VistaKey-EX Expansion Kit
• VGM Vista Gateway Module to PassPoint Access Control
(Northern Computers)
CCTV
• VistaView-100-CCTV Switcher Module
V-Plex (addressable) Smoke Detectors:
• 5192SD • 4192SD
• 4192CP
• 5192SDT • 4192SDT
• 4192CPM
• 4192SDTM
V-Plex Passive Infrared Detectors:
• 998MX
• 4275EX-SN
• 4278EX-SN
Internet Access:
• Graphical user interface with internet capability
• Internet Remote Control-Networking Module
• Internet Alarm Communicator (7845i)
V-Plex (addressable) Contacts:
• 4939SN-WH
• 4944SN-WH
• 4959SN
ORDERING:
Part No.
VISTA-250FBP
V250FBP-24
Description
Commercial Fire and Partitioned Burglary Alarm Platform 12V Model
Commercial Fire and Partitioned Burglary Alarm Platform 24V Model
36
5110XM
UL Listed Control/Communicator
The 5110XM is a UL Listed, microprocessor based fire alarm
control/communicator that supports five hardwired zones. It may be
used as a slave Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter (DACT)
providing central or remote station service for a central or remote station
listed Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP). It may also be used as a
standalone non-coded local, central station or remote station control.
The 5110XM is fully supervised and supports one two-wire smoke
detection circuit and four-wire smoke detectors on all five circuits. A powerful microprocessor
continuously monitors and reports system status of AC, standby battery, zone inputs and telephone line
connections. In the event of a fault condition, a local audible sound is activated as well as reporting
directly to central station.
FEATURES:
• Five supervised style B zones
• One master code
• Five user codes
• Seven built-in LED indicators
• One notification appliance circuit
• Temporal code compliant
• Supervised digital dialer
• Optional panel door mounted silence/reset switch when AHJ approved
• Supports two-wire compatible smoke detector
• Supports up to four keypads
• Backup digital dialer built in
• Auxiliary form “C” relay
• Built-in warning buzzer
• Programmable via 6139R alpha keypad or downloader
• Supports major communication formats
• UL864 Listed
• NFPA 72 compliant
• MEA Approved
• Upload/Download capable
APPLICATIONS:
The 5110XM Fire Alarm Communicator (DACT - Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter) is well suited for a variety of
applications a stand alone fire control or slave DACT. A diverse line of ADEMCO alarm notification appliances and initiating
devices support this powerful control panel. Some of the applications supported are monitoring of sprinkler supervisory or
waterflow switches in factory or warehouse environments, fast food chains, department stores, retail stores, library and
museums as well as professional and office buildings. This panel complies with the new, June 1,1998 NFPA requirement to
alternate testing of dual phone lines on a rotating basis.
37
37
5110XM
UL Listed Control/Communicator
SPECIFICATIONS:
Installation
The 5110XM Fire Alarm Communicator (DACT) has been
designed to mount both quickly and easily. It meets all
applicable requirements for UL Commercial Fire installations.
Remotely program and troubleshoot this panel via Honeywell’s
Windows™ based Compass Downloader.
Dialers:
Line seize:
• Double Pole
Ringer equiv.:
• 0.7B
Formats:
• ADEMCO Low Speed, ADEMCO 4+2 Express, ADEMCO
High Speed, ADEMCO Contact ID, Sescoa and Radionics
Specifications
Electrical:
Primary power
• 20VAC, 60Hz, 600mA max
• Secondary rated 18VAC, 40VA
Quiescent panel current draw:
• 155mA
Mechanical:
Cabinet dimensions —14.5”H X 1 2.5”W X 3”D
Environmental:
• -10°C to 70°C
Operating temp:
• 0°C to 50°C
Backup battery:
• 1 2VDC, 7AH min to 14AH max
• Lead acid battery (gel type)
Humidity:
• 85% RH
Charging voltage:
• 1 3.7VDC, nominal
EMI:
• Meets or exceeds the following requirements:
—FCC Part 15, Class B Device
—FCC Part 68
—IEC EMC Directive
Alarm power:
• 12VDC, 1.0A max for notification (bell) output
Aux. standby power:
• 12VDC,350mA max
AGENCY LISTINGS
The 5110XM has been listed and approved for use in
commercial fire applications. It has been listed under the
following agency approvals:
Total power:
• 1.0A from all sources
Aux. relay output:
• Type: Form C
Fire
• UL864/NFPA72 Central and Remote Station DACT and
Local, Central Station and Remote Station Control
• Factory Mutual
• California State Fire Marshall
• MEA
Standby time:
• 24 hours with 1A standby load or 60 hours with 210mA max
standby load using 14AH battery
Fusing:
• Battery input, aux. and notification (bell) appliance circuits
are protected using PTC circuit protectors. All outputs
are power limited.
COMPATIBLE DEVICES
See compatibility chart for complete list.
ORDERING:
Part No.
5110XM
5110XM-PAK1
Description
Fire Alarm Communicator and DACT
Consists of: 5110XM and 6139R - red alpha keypad
38
38
6150
Deluxe Keypad
Honeywell’s 6150 Deluxe Keypad is easy to install
and simple to use. The attractive white console
blends perfectly with any décor, and features a
contoured, removable door that conceals softtouch illuminated keys. The 6150 also features a
large backlit fixed glass display that uses three-digit
zone numbers.
The oversized function keys are easily accessed
even when the keypad door is closed and can be
programmed for fire, burglary, personal
emergencies or other operations. Colored selfadhesive labels are included.
WITH DOOR ATTACHED
FEATURES:
• Large, easy-to-use keypad
• Soft-touch rubber keys, continuously backlit for
greater visibility
• Piezo electric sounder with audible beeps to indicate:
- System status
- Entry/exit delay
- Other alarm situations
• System status displayed in fixed English
• No confusing blinking lights
• Four programmable function keys
• System functions clearly labeled
• Functions performed by just entering security code
plus command
• White with removable door, blends with
any décor
ORDERING:
Part No.
6150
Description
Deluxe Keypad
39
6150V
Talking Fixed English Display Keypad
The 6150V Talking Fixed English Display Keypad is easy
to install and simple to use. It takes the guesswork out
of security system operation by speaking system
status and zone information in plain English.
Homeowners can also use the 6150V to record and
playback voice messages.
The attractive white console blends perfectly with any
décor, and features a contoured, removable door that
conceals soft-touch illuminated keys. The oversized
function keys remain easily accessible even when the
keypad door is closed.
The 6150V has a large backlit fixed glass display that
uses three-digit zone numbers.
WITH DOOR ATTACHED
FEATURES:
SPECIFICATIONS:
• Speaks system status and zone information
• System status displayed in fixed English
• Family message center
• Large, easy-to-use keypad
• No confusing blinking lights
• Four programmable function keys
• Soft-touch rubber keys, continuously
backlit for visibility
• White with removable door; fits any décor
Physical:
• 4-7/8"H x 6-1/4"W x 1"D
(125mm x 160mm x 25mm)
Wiring:
• - (Black):
Ground
• + (Red):
+12 VDC (Aux. Power)
• D1 (Green):
“Data in” to control panel
• D0 (Yellow): “Data out” from control panel
Current:
• Standby-60mA
• Activated-160mA
Sounder:
• Piezo electric
ORDERING:
Part No.
6150V
Compatibility
• Compatible with all VISTA Controls
* Need VISTA-15P/VISTA-20P for voice chime.
Description
Talking Fixed English Display Keypad
40
6150RF
Deluxe Fixed English Integrated Keypad/Receiver
Add wireless technology to any new installation with
Honeywell’s 6150RF Keypad—a unique, breakthrough
product that offers the unbeatable combination of attractive
convenience features and competitive value in a single,
quick-install package.
The integrated design solves even the trickiest installation
challenges and reduces costs by letting you add full
wireless capability to any compatible VISTA control, without
WITH DOOR ATTACHED
additional wiring or sacrificing zones.
FEATURES:
• 6150 Deluxe Keypad
Easy to Operate
• 5881ENM 16-Zone Wireless Receiver
• 5800TM Status Transmitter
• The fixed English display is easy to read, with large
characters and simplified descriptions
• On-board relay
• The sounder beeps to help identify security system status
• Single four-wire run is all that’s required
• Comfortable soft-touch keys labeled with simple commands
are illuminated for nighttime visibility
• It is the ideal choice where wireless keys are to be used:
• Four larger function keys can be programmed for one touch
operation and are accessible even when the door is closed
- Keys can be programmed at the panel, just as they
would with the 5881ENM
- Keys can be enrolled locally at the keypad, without
taking up additional zones at the control
Stylishly Designed
• Sleek white design blends with any décor
• Fully compatible with all 5800 wireless devices
• Contoured, removable door lets customers customize the
keypad for the look they want
• The 5800TM module needed to support the 5804BD and
5804BDV is already built in
• With the door closed the keypad has a smooth, unobtrusive
appearance
• Supports encrypted operation of the 5804E and 5804BDV
four-button keys
• On-board single relay provides a low cost solution for
opening garage doors. With a four-button remote key, a key
can be assigned for the garage door
SPECIFICATIONS:
Dimensions
• 4-7/8”H x 6” W x 1”D
(125mm x 160mm x 25 mm)
Wiring
• - (Black):
• + (Red):
• D1 (Green):
• D0 (Yellow):
Sounder
• Piezo Electric
Current
• Standby: 80ma
• Activated: 105ma
ORDERING:
Part No.
6150RF
Ground
+12 VDC (Aux. Power)
“Data In” to control panel
“Data out” from control panel
Compatibility
• Fully compatible with all VISTA controls.
Description
Keypad/Receiver
41
41
6160CR
Commercial Fire Alpha Keypad
Honeywell’s 6160CR is an addressable remote keypad
intended for use in commercial fire applications with
ADEMCO control platforms. The keys are continuously
backlit for convenience and easy visibility. The LCD display
is backlit only when a key is depressed*, or when the
system is in alarm or trouble condition.
*Note: On some platforms, the LCD may be programmed to remain
on at all times (see panel instructions for details).
FEATURES:
• Four programmable function keys
• Large easy-to-read display
• Built-in sounder
• Red removable door
• Four LEDs
– ARMED
– READY
– TROUBLE
– SUPERVISORY
SPECIFICATIONS:
Physical
• 5.250” W x 7.437” H x 1.312” D
Sounder
• High-quality speaker
Display
• Alphanumeric, 32-character (2 lines x 16 characters) LCD
back light
Electrical
• 45mA standby
• 150mA in alarm (sounder, back light and LED on)
LEDs
• ARMED (red), READY (green), *TROUBLE (yellow) and
*SUPERVISORY (yellow)
• See control panel’s instructions for specific applications
regarding Trouble and Supervisory LEDs.
Wiring table (all keypads)
DI
–
+
DO
“Data IN” to control panel from keypad
Ground (-aux. Power)
+12VDC (+aux. Power)
“Data OUT” from control panel to keypad
Compatibility
Supports Control Platforms:
• VISTA-32FB Rev. 3 and higher
• VISTA-128FB Rev. 4 and higher
• VISTA-128FBP
• VISTA-250FBP
• V128FBP-24
• V250FBP-24
ORDERING:
Part No.
6160CR
Description
Commercial Fire Alpha Keypad
42
Symphony & Symphony-i
Graphic Touchscreen Displays
FEATURES:
Security
• Arm System
– AWAY
– STAY
– NIGHT
• Exit/Entry delay countdown
• User codes: Allows authorized user to
add or delete codes
• Bypass option: If system is not ready
to arm, displays any open zones with:
– Zone number
– Zone description
– Status
Arm System
Program Screen
Zone Descriptions
New screens available on website.
System Set-Up
Emergency Notification
43
Symphony & Symphony-i
Graphic Touchscreen Displays
Symphony menus can be customized to fit your customer’s specific needs. Some features require additional equipment and
certain restrictions apply. The following description of screens should be considered for illustration only.
Event Log
Symphony conveniently stores the most
recent actions involving system use. A press
on the touchscreen is all it takes to access
the event log, letting users easily:
• View when the system was used and who
used it
• Track when workers and temporary guests
use the system
• Keep tabs on users (i.e., checking someone
has armed the system upon returning
• Utilize Symphony as an effective business
management tool (i.e., viewing openings
and closings)
Event Log
Keypad
• Emulation of standard 2x16 alpha LCD
keypad display
• Diagnostics allows testing of:
– Ethernet connection – Audio
– LCD display
– Touchscreen
– Real-time clock
– Keypad
Keypad Mode
OPTIONAL FEATURES:
Lighting and
Appliance Control
Customized display for control
of a variety of devices through
the use of X-10
Messages
• E-mail message displays:
– Date
– Sender
– Time
– Subject
Lighting and Appliance Control
44
Symphony & Symphony-i
Graphic Touchscreen Displays
OPTIONAL FEATURES:
The following features are supported by Symphony and are
available for a nominal monthly fee.
Remote Access*
Customers with a broadband connection
can access Symphony remotely from any
web browser, such as:
• Turn the security system on and off
• Check security system status
• Bypass zones
• Operate lights and appliances
Sports
*Remote control from a web browser requires an
always-on Internet connection (i.e., cable modem, DSL, etc.)
Information Center
• Customizable per user:
– News
– Horoscope
– Weather
– Stock Quotations
– Sports
Custom User Screen
Weather
News
SPECIFICATIONS:
• Symphony with power supply
– Part number 8132PK
• 256 color touchscreen
graphical display 1/4”
VGA resolution
• Symphony-i with power supply
– Part number 8132IPK
• Easy to read LED indicators
• Built-in Ethernet connection
• Integrated microphone and
speaker standard
• 5-3/4”H x 8”W x 1-1/4” D
Stocks
45
FSA-8/FSA-24
Fire System Annunciator
Honeywell’s FSA-8 and FSA-24 Fire System
FSA-8
Annunciators offer dealers the latest innovation and best
value in fire and life safety equipment. The 8-Zone LED
FSA-8 and 24-Zone LED FSA-24 are add-on
accessories that can be used with certain Vista controls
to enable fire response units to quickly and easily
identify the point/zone of a fire.
FSA-24
The FSA-8 and FSA-24 support a maximum of four FSA
modules in any combination, adding cost-effective point
or zone annunciation to existing fire alarm systems.
When using the ECP (B) and keypad-type protocol,
each FSA module can support up to 24 LEDs
dependent upon model selection. In addition, the FSA module provides power and system status (up to 96
unique zones can be displayed) with LEDs and control via Silence/Reset and Test buttons. An optional Fire
System Annunciator Keyswitch Module (FSAKSM) offers even more versatility by unconditionally silencing
and resetting the Fire Partition.
FEATURES:
• 8 or 24 LED annunciators with sounder
• Power and trouble LEDs
• Silence and reset switch
• Lamp test switch
• Fully supervised
• Operates on Commercial Vista Panel keypad bus
• Up to four FSA-8 or 24 led annunciators per system
• Optional Key-Reset Switch
SPECIFICATIONS:
Physical Dimensions
• 4" W x 4" H x 3/4" D (FSA-8)
• 8" W x 4" H x 3/4" D (FSA-24)
Electrical
• Input Voltage: 12 VDC
• Current: 35mA idle, 65mA all LEDs lit and sounder on
46
FSA-8/FSA-24
Fire System Annunciator
• Enter 2 to enable the FSA's Silence/Reset button to
LOCAL TEST MODE:
Prior to installation the local test mode should be performed.
With only power applied to the FSA module, press any button
within 3 seconds. All LEDs will light and the sounder will beep,
then all LEDs will sequentially light and turn off. The sounder
will beep once at the end of the test.
INSTALLATION:
For UL Installations: Mount the FSA module horizontally to a
duplex box (quad box for FSA-24). All wiring between the FSA
module and the control must be run in conduit.
CONNECTIONS AND SETTINGS:
Select and set an address for the FSA module, using its DIP
switch as shown in the table below. Each FSA module used
with the control must be assigned a unique address so the
control can identify the FSA module and communicate with it
properly. The address to be set is determined by the particular
control to be used, and the control's installation instructions
must be consulted.
Connections to the control's keypad wiring points are made
via 5-position terminal block TB1, a 5-pin plug or both (wire
color connections are the same).
TO ENABLE THE FSA UNIT:
• At the control panel keypad, from the Data Field
Programming Mode, press #93 to display “ZONE PROG”.
Press 0 repeatedly to display the “DEVICE PROG?”
prompt. Press 1 to enter Device Programming.
• The “DEVICE ADDRESS” prompt is displayed. The device
address identifies the device to the control. Enter the
2-digit FSA module address number to match the physical
address of the FSA module DIP switch settings (08-23).
Up to 4 FSA modules can be installed in the system. Each
requires a unique device address.
• Press [(] to accept entry. The “DEVICE TYPE” prompt is
displayed. Enter 8 = Fire Display.
• Press [(] to accept entry. The “RST FIRE PTN?” prompt is
displayed.
• Enter 0 to disable the FSA’s Silence/Reset button (default
mode).
• Enter 1 to enable the FSA’s Silence/Reset button to
Silence the fire alarm system when pressed once.
(Silence only)
Silence and then Reset the fire alarm system when pressed
twice.
Requires the approval of the AHJ.
Please Note: When the installation is Fire/Burg, a Burg
Zone should not be Installed (or enrolled) in the Fire
partition (partition 1). It will be Reset with a “Fire Reset”
and the system will lose Burg security.
• Press [(] to accept entry. Be sure to set the FSA module
DIP switches to match the Device Address you have
enabled.
TO PROGRAM THE LEDS:
• At the control panel keypad, from the Data Field
Programming Mode, press #93 to display “ZONE PROG”.
• Press 0 repeatedly to display the “OUTPUT PROG?”
prompt.
• Press 1 to enter Output Programming. The “ENTER RELAY
#” prompt is displayed.
• Enter the 2-digit Relay / Output # (01 – 96). OR Enter 00
to Quit (00 = Quit).
• Press [(] to accept entry. Refer to the control panel
installation and programming guide relay programming
section. Program the LEDs as if they were relays selecting
zone number, list, or type, start/stop instructions, etc. until
the “RELAY TYPE” prompt is displayed. At this prompt
enter 3 = FSA.
• Press [(] to accept entry. The “ECP ADDRESS” prompt is
displayed. Enter the 2-digit ECP address of the FSA.
• Press [(] to accept entry. The “LED #” prompt is displayed.
Enter the LED number to be associated with the zone
number, type, or list previously programmed.
• Press [(] to accept entry.
• Repeat for all LEDs at “ENTER RELAY #” prompt.
SYSTEM TEST MODE:
With the system installed and programmed, press the TEST
button. All LEDs will light and the sounder will beep, then all
LEDs will sequentially light and turn off. The sounder will beep
once at the end of the test.
Optional
Keyswitch
Connection
Dip Switch
00000
Terminal
Block
SIDE
VIEW
All Switches shown
in Up position.
(ECP Address 23)
DIP
Switch
Position
1
2
3
4
ECP Address
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
Down
Down
Down
Down
Up
Down
Down
Down
Down
Up
Down
Down
Up
Up
Down
Down
Down
Down
Up
Down
Up
Down
Up
Down
Down
Up
Up
Down
Up
Up
Up
Down
Down
Down
Down
Up
Up
Down
Down
Up
Down
Up
Down
Up
Up
Up
Down
Up
Down
Down
Up
Up
Up
Down
Up
Up
Down
Up
Up
Up
Up
Up
Up
Up
ORDERING:
Part No.
FSA8
FSA24
Description
Fire Annunciator
Fire Annunciator
47
Connect to
Keypad
Terminals
ECP Bus
VistaView-100
CCTV Switcher
Honeywell’s VistaView-100 module is a CCTV switcher that
accepts four video inputs, switching them to two video outputs.
The video inputs are compatible with any standard 75 ohm,
line-locked, black and white or color video cameras. The video
outputs are compatible with any standard 75-ohm video monitor
or recorder.
The VistaView-100 also provides a form-C trigger relay output
and an open collector video loss output. The trigger relay output
may be used to start and stop recording or to change from time
lapse to real time recording. The video loss output indicates when
video signals are no longer present on one or more video input.
FEATURES:
• Four Video Inputs compatible with 75 ohm black and white
or color cameras
• Programs like ADEMCO 4204 Relay Module
• Can be used as a stand alone switcher when 12VDC is
supplied
• Two Video Outputs compatible with 75 ohm video monitors
or recorders
• Form C Trigger relay output
• BNC connectors provided for video input and output
connections
• Open Collector video loss output signal
• Wall or shelf mounting
SPECIFICATIONS:
Physical Dimensions
• 6-7/16" W x 4-3/4" H x 1-1/4" D
Agency Listings
• UL609, UL864, UL985, UL1023
Electrical
• 12VDC nominal, 9.6 – 14VDC operating range
Video Outputs
• Unbalanced, 75 ohm termination, unity gain BNC
connections
Current
• 72mA
Trigger Relay
• Form C contacts rated 1A @ 24VAC/VDC
Video Inputs
• Unbalanced, 75 ohm termination, Compatible with black &
white or color composite video signals, BNC connections
48
VistaView-100
CCTV Switcher
running from a camera, through VistaView100, to a monitor or
recorder is typically 500 to 1000 feet when high quality, low
distortion coaxial cable such as RG59B/U is used. Run wires
from VistaView-100’s power input and ground screw terminals
to a 12VDC power source (i.e., control’s auxiliary power
output). If panel trigger mode will be used, run wires from
VistaView-100’s Data In/Out screw terminals to the
corresponding ECP bus terminals on the control. If video
loss is to be annunciated on the control, run a wire from the
video loss screw terminal to one leg of the EOL resistor on
a control panel zone that has a grounded return. Program
the zone for 24-hour trouble (or equivalent) response.
When the VistaView-100 is not powered from the control,
run a wire from its ground screw terminal to a ground
terminal on the control so that both devices share a
common ground reference.
General Information:
The ADEMCO VistaView-100 module is a CCTV switcher that
accepts 4 video inputs, switching them to 2 video outputs. The
video inputs are compatible with any standard 75 ohm,
line-locked, black and white or color video camera. The video
outputs are compatible with any standard 75-ohm video
monitor or recorder. The VistaView-100 module also provides
a form-C trigger relay output and an open collector video loss
output. The trigger relay output may be used to start and stop
recording or to change from time lapse to real time recording.
The video loss output indicates when video signals are no
longer present on one or more video inputs.
VistaView-100 has two modes of operation. In normal
sequencing mode, VistaView-100 automatically sequences the
installer selected video inputs to the 2 outputs using an
installer selected dwell time that is common to both outputs.
This mode allows cameras assigned to a given output to be
continuously monitored using a video monitor and/or
continuously recorded using a recorder set for time lapse
recording. In panel trigger mode, VistaView-100 switches one
specific video input to the OUTPUT1 line on a momentary
basis using a separate installer selected dwell time or on a
latched basis as directed by commands received from an
ADEMCO control. VistaView-100 receives these commands
via the control panel’s ECP bus and responds to the same
commands that the panel uses to activate the relays on the
4204 relay module, thereby allowing it to be used with any
panel that supports the 4204. This mode allows one specific
camera to be monitored by a video monitor and/or recorded
by a recorder set for real time recording when an installer
defined event occurs such as an alarm or trouble condition on
a selected control panel zone.
Programming and Operation:
For normal sequencing mode, set the DIP switches OUT1 and
OUT2 to assign the desired video inputs to OUTPUT1 and
OUTPUT2, respectively. Adjust the NSD trimpot to select the
desired normal sequencing dwell time (1 to 30 seconds).
Note that the VistaView-100’s trigger relay remains inactive in
this mode.
For panel trigger mode, set the ECP DIP switch to the address
that will be used by the control to communicate with the
VistaView-100. Refer to the instructions provided with the
control when selecting this address. The table below shows the
DIP switch settings for each of the 16 possible addresses that
can be selected. Be sure to choose an address that is different
from the addresses of all other devices, including other
VistaView-100 modules, which are connected to the Control’s
ECP bus.
VistaView-100 can be powered from a control’s 12VDC
auxiliary power Output or from a supplementary 12VDC power
supply. The VistaView-100 module can be used without a
control when powered by a supplementary 12VDC power
supply and when the panel trigger mode will not be used.
Program the address selected into the control and assign
device type 4 (i.e., output device) to this address using the
control’s Device Programming Menu. Also program the events
that will trigger relay numbers 1 through 4 (corresponding to
INPUT1 through INPUT4) along with start and stop options for
these relays using the control’s Relay Programming Menu.
Video inputs should either be assigned an “Activate For 2
Seconds” start option (this option does not require a stop
option to be programmed) or an “Activate Steady Until
Stopped” start option (this option requires a stop option to be
programmed). When VistaView-100 receives a command to
activate a relay for 2 seconds, it will switch the corresponding
video input to OUTPUT1 for the dwell time selected by the
PTD trimpot. This dwell time ranges from 2 to 60 seconds.
Adjust the PTD trimpot to select the desired dwell time. When
VistaView-100 receives a command to activate a relay steady,
it will switch the corresponding video input to OUTPUT1 until it
receives another command to deactivate the relay. When
VistaView-100 receives a command to activate a second,
third, or fourth relay before a previously switched input has
been deactivated, it will automatically sequence between all
activated inputs using a fixed 1-second dwell time.
VistaView-100 will activate its on-board trigger relay when one
or more inputs are switched to OUTPUT1 and will de-activate
this relay when all inputs have been deactivated.
The VistaView-100 module provides BNC connectors for
video input and output connections and screw terminals for
power source. ECP bus, trigger relay, and video loss
output connections.
Installation:
The VistaView-100 may be wall mounted or placed on a shelf.
The VistaView-100 is supplied in a plastic case. To mount the
case on a wall, insert two self-tapping screws (supplied) into
the wall with the screw heads projecting approximately 1/8
inch. Remove the VistaView-100 PCB from the case and with
the holes for the BNC video connectors facing down, position
the slotted holes on the case back onto the screw heads. On
the inside of the case remove the plastic step that covers the
screw heads and tighten the screws to secure the case to the
wall. Install the VistaView-100 PCB into the case.
Connections:
The VistaView-100 must be connected via its video BNC
connectors to the video cameras, monitors, and recorders to
be used with 75 ohm coaxial cable. Consult the instructions
provided with these devices for cable length limitations.
Depending on the devices used, the maximum cable length
49
VistaKey-SK
Access Control
Honeywell’s VistaKey-SK Single Door Access Control Starter
Kit is incredibly easy to install and configure. The kit contains
one proximity reader with a Weigand style interface. Designed
to provide low-cost access control expansion for the popular
VISTA-32FB, 128B, 128FB, 250B* or 250FB* Integration-Ready
control panels, the state-of-the-art module maximizes security
investments by integrating access control, intrusion detection
and fire detection into one system. Installation costs are
reduced by eliminating the need to install additional wiring,
panels and software.
VistaKey-SK communicates with the control panel on a
standard two-wire V-Plex polling loop. Access validation time is
minimized through ADEMCO’s patented Global Polling feature
and special V-Plex protocol. Installation time is reduced through
automatic enrollment and quick-start test functions. All
programming can be accomplished locally by a keypad or
remotely using Honeywell’s Compass Downloader software.
Specific system events can be reported to the central station
via Contact ID.
COMPATIBLE CONTROLS
VistaKey can be used on any commercial VISTA control platform that supports V-Plex and Honeywell’s patented Global Polling feature:
• VISTA-32FBP • VISTA-128BP • VISTA-128FBP • VISTA-250BP* • VISTA-250FBP*
FEATURES:
Dealer Benefits
• Helps reduce installation material and labor costs by eliminating
the need to install additional control panels, software and wiring
for access control
• Helps reduce the time required for installation though automatic
module enrollment and quick-start testing
• Helps simplify installation and service through tightly coupled
integration, which eliminates the need to program multiple
databases
• One downloader programs security, fire, CCTV, and access
control
End-User Benefits
• Maximizes security investments by integrating access control,
intrusion detection, early warning fire detection, and industrial
process control into a single system
• Helps reduce false alarms by simplifying operation through the
use of a card swipe
or wireless keyfob
• Reduces operational costs by eliminating the need to re-key
(due to employee turnover)
• Improves security by controlling access to specified areas in
the protected premises
• Streamlines security operations by monitoring and recording
user activity at a single location
Key Features
• Supports up to 250 card holders and eight access groups
• Supports up to two door readers per kit
• A maximum of four to eight doors dependent upon control
platform
• Wires on standard V-Plex polling loop
• Three input zones, supervised or unsupervised, can be used
for door status monitoring
• Request-to-exit monitoring and cabinet monitoring (Tamper)
• One open collector output trigger (sink
12mA @ 12vdc)
• 512 access control events recorded in
VISTA event log
• Programmable locally from keypad or
remotely from Compass Downloader
• UL listings: UL294, UL, CUL
50
VistaKey-SK
Access Control
Compatible
VISTA Control Platform
To other
V-Plex
devices
V-Plex Polling Loop
VistaKey-SK
Bells and/or
Horn/Strobes
Keypad Bus
7845C or 7835CF
Cellular Control
Channel
Alpha
Pager
6160
Series
Keypads
Piezo
Local
Sounder
4204
Relay Module
6220S
Printer
Transformer
Phone line to
Central Station
PERIPHERAL DEVICES:
The following listing identifies some peripheral devices that can be used with VistaKey-SK.
Devices
Card Readers
Access Cards
Power Supply
Door Strike or Lock
Description
ADEMCO OP30-FWM Proximity Card Reader
ADEMCO K3399 (set of 25) Encoded Proxcards with 34 bit format
ADEMCO power supply part# SA12040, 12 vDC, +/- 15% @ a maximum of 1.5 amps
Any commercially available electric strike or magnetic lock with a working voltage of 12 vDC and a maximum
current of 1.5 amps
Control
VISTA-32FB
VISTA-128BP
VISTA-128FBP
VISTA-250BP*
VISTA-250FBP*
VistaKey-SK capacity
4
8
8
15
15
ORDERING:
Part No.
VistaKey
VistaKey-SK
VistaKey-EXPK
Description
V-Plex Single-Door Access Control Module with Plastic Enclosure
Starter Kit: includes 1-VistaKey, 1-Cabinet (UL listed), 1-Transformer,
1-OP30-FWM Proximity Card Reader, 1-K3399 Proxcards (25),
1-SA12040 Power Supply Board, 1-VistaKey Two-Card Mounting Plate
Pre-boxed Expansion Pack: includes 1-VistaKey Module and 1-OP30-FWM Proximity Reader
51
VISTA Gateway Module (VGM)
Access Control Interface
The VISTA Gateway Module (VGM) provides an interface
between the ADEMCO VISTA fire/burglary alarm system
and Honeywell’s PassPoint Access Control System.
Cross-functional user requirements such as card swipe
to arm/disarm now become a simple reality. VGM by
itself provides a Dialer for your PassPoint system to
send Contact ID information to a central station.
FEATURES:
• 8 bit microprocessor.
• EEPROM based configuration storage.
• Echelon Network interface implemented with an Echelon
transceiver.
• An ADEMCO Expanded Console Protocol (ECP) port
consisting of a four wire interconnect: power, ground, data
transmit, and data receive.
• An ADEMCO Contact ID Dialer interface uses the ADEMCO
Contact ID report format to communicate with a central
station.
• VGM allows existing central station automation equipment to
accept and recognize access control related events and
differentiate them from burglar and fire alarm activities.
• VGM accepts power from both VISTA panels and PassPoint
systems so that in the event of a power loss on either system,
the other can operate the VGM unit.
52
VISTA Gateway Module (VGM)
Access Control Interface
APPLICATIONS:
SPECIFICATIONS:
Once the appropriate configuration information has been
transferred from the PassPoint’s Main Logic Board (MLB) to the
VGM, the VGM passes the messages as indicated by the
configuration from the MLB to the Vista and from the Vista to the
MLB. It keeps a copy of its configuration in a small on board
serial EEPROM.
The VGM communicates with its MLB via a twisted pair network
connection. Physically, this connection adheres to Echelon FreeTopology Transceiver specifications (Transformer-Coupled,
Differential-Pair, 78Kbps). Logically, the connection is made
through the use of the Echelon Lonworks Protocol. Each VGM
connected to the network is considered a “node” and is
identified by a unique 48-bit serial number which is present in the
VGM’s Neuron chip.
INSTALLATION:
ORDERING:
Part No.
PTVGM
Description
VISTA Gateway Module
53
ECP Ground
ECP Transmit
ECP Receive
}
To Vista Panel
ECP Power
Vista
Gateway Module
(VGM)
To Echelbonworks Free
Topology Twisted Pair Bus
The VGM obtains its power from the LOCAL power output
connection of its associated Access Control System Power
Supply (ACS PS) when mounted in a cabinet with a dedicated
ACS PS. When mounted in a cabinet along with an MLB or the
PassPoint Door Control Module (DCM), it obtains its power from
the ACS PS REMOTE power output. The VGM requires 10.5-14V
DC @ 100mA. The VGM can also connect to a Vista keypad
power source.
Contact ID Dialer Interface
4208SN
V-Plex Zone Expander
Honeywell’s 4208SN Remote Point Module (RPM) is an eight-zone
expander that allows the use of available expansion zones on ADEMCO
controls that support V-Plex polling loop devices.
FEATURES:
• Can be used on controls that support up to 250 zones
• Can be optionally powered from an external DC power supply to reduce the amount of
current draw from the polling loop
• Uniquely identifies eight EOLR supervised zones (all zones use
10K resistors, supplied)
• Each zone is identified by a unique serial number, which is assigned via on-board DIP
Switches
• Detects faults on all zones within 400ms of occurrence
• Loops A & B can be programmed for fast (10ms) response
• Provides cover tamper protection, which may be enabled or
disabled via on-board DIP Switches
SPECIFICATIONS:
Physical
Expander Sensor Loop Current
• 6-7/16” W X 4-1/4” H X 1-1/4” D
(163mm X 108mm X 32mm)
• 0.52mA (normal)
• 1.3mA (shorted)
NOTE: These currents apply when polling loop input = 11VDC
and 10VDC input is not connected to external supply
Electrical
• Polling Loop Voltage: 11V nominal; 8.7 - 14VDC range
• Current: 33.6mA when polling loop provides power to
module, 0.6mA when 12VDC input provides power to
module. See chart below.
• 12VDC Input Voltage: 12V nominal; 9.4 - 14VDC range
• Current: 33mA when this input provides power to module
(optional). See chart below.
Sensor Loop Max. Resistance:
• Up to 300 ohms of wire resistance + 10K EOLR
Agency Listing
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Expander Sensor Loop Response
• Slow: 400msec (all loops)
• Fast: 10msec (option for loops A and B)
Power Input Source
UL 985 Household Fire
UL 1023 Household Burglary
UL 609 Commercial Burglary
UL 864 Commercial Fire
CSFM
FM (Pending)
CUL
CE (requires #N6361)
Current Draw (all zones shorted)
From Polling Loop
From External Power
Polling Loop Only
33.6mA
N/A
Polling Loop and
External Power Input
0.6mA
33mA
For UL Listed Commercial Fire Usage:
Use N.O. contacts. Style B supervise these loops using Model #EOL 100 fire listed 10K EOLRs (purchased
separately).
For UL Listed Commercial Burglary Usage:
Use N.O. or N.C. contacts. Supervise using EOLRs supplied.
ORDERING:
Part No.
4208SN
Description
8 Zone Expander
54
4208SN
V-Plex Zone Expander
Honeywell’s 4208U Remote Point Module (RPM) is an eight-zone expander
that allows the use of available expansion zones on ADEMCO controls that
support V-Plex polling loop devices.
FEATURES:
• Can be optionally powered from an external DC power supply to
reduce the amount of current draw from the polling loop
• Uniquely identifies eight EOLR supervised zones (all zones use
10K resistors, supplied)
• DIP Switches can be used to set zone numbers or serial numbers
• When used in the serial number mode, each serial number in the selected group can be
assigned to any zone number
• Loops A & B can be programmed for fast (10msec) response
• Provides cover tamper protection, which may be enabled or
disabled via on-board DIP Switches
SPECIFICATIONS:
Physical:
Sensor Loop Current:
• 6-7/16” W X 4-1/4” H X 1-1/4” D
(163mm X 108mm X 32mm)
• Polling loop input = 11VDC, no external power input):
• 0.52mA (normal)
• 1.3mA (shorted)
Electrical
Sensor Loop Max. Current:
• Polling Loop input: 7.3 - 14VDC range
• Current draw: 28.6mA max. External power and polling loop
See chart below.
• Up to 300 ohms of wire resistance + 10K EOLR
Agency Listings
External Power Input (optional)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
• 12VDC @ 28mA (from control panel’s auxiliary power)
Sensor Loop Response:
• Slow: 400 msec (all loops)
• Fast: 10msec (option for loops A and B)
Power Input Source
(Input Voltage: 11-14VDC)
Polling Loop Only
Polling Loop and
External Power Input
UL 985 Household Fire
UL 1023 Household Burglary
UL 609 Commercial Burglary
UL 864 Commercial Fire
CSFM
FM
CUL
CE (requires #N6361)
Current Draw (all zones shorted)
From Polling Loop
From External Power
27.3mA
N/A
0.6mA
33mA
For UL Listed Commercial Fire Usage:
Use N.O. contacts. Style B supervise these loops using Model #EOL 100 fire listed 10K EOLRs
(purchased separately).
For UL Listed Commercial Burglary Usage:
Use N.O. or N.C. contacts. Supervise using EOLRs supplied.
ORDERING:
Part No.
4208U
Description
8 Zone Expander
55
4208SNF
UL Listed V-Plex Zone Expander
Honeywell’s 4208SNF Remote Point Module
(RPM) is a UL listed eight-zone expander
that provides (6) class B and (2) class A
expansions zones to any Vista Fire/Burg
control panel that supports serial V-Plex
polling loop devices.
FEATURES:
Class B to Class A Zone
Converter Features
• Can be used on controls that support up to 250 zones
• Provides up to six Class B supervised zones using external
10k EOL resistors and two Class A supervised zones using
built-in 10k EOL resistors
• Allows up to two Class B control panel zones to be converted
into Class A zones
• Powered from addressable loop or optionally powered from an
external DC power supply to reduce current draw from the
addressable loop
• Control panel’s response time to faults on the module’s Class
A zones is equal to the response time of the control panel’s
converted Class B zones plus one msec
• Each zone is identified by a unique serial number, which is
assigned via on-board DIP switches
• Must be powered from an external 12vdc power supply such
as the 12v auxiliary power output on the control panel
• Detects faults an all zones with 400msec of occurrence. Two
Class B zones can be optionally set for fast (10msec)
response via on-board DIP switches
• Provides cover tamper protection, which may be enabled or
disabled via on-board DIP switches
56
4208SNF
UL Listed V-Plex Zone Expander
SPECIFICATIONS:
Physical
MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS
• 6-7/16" W X 4 1/4 H X 1-1/4" D
(163mm X 108mm X 32mm)
When used as a zone expander, the 4208SNF may be placed
inside the control panel cabinet or mounted remotely. When
used as a Class B to Class A zone converter, the 4208SNF
must be placed inside the control panel cabinet.
Electrical
• Used as a Zone Expander
• Addressable V-Plex loop Voltage: 11v nominal; 8.7 14VDC range – Current 33.6mA when polling loop provides
power to module; 0.6mA when 12VDC input provides
power to module
• 12VDC Input Voltage:12V nominal: 9.4 - 14 VDC range –
Current: 33mA when this input provides power to module
(optional)
• Used as a Class A Converter
• 12VDC Input Voltage:12VDC nominal, 9.4 - 14VDC range,
• Current: 22mA
EXPANDER SENSOR LOOP RESPONSE
• Slow: 400msec (all loops)
• Fast: 10msec (options for loops A and B)
EXPANDER SENSOR LOOP CURRENT
• 0.52mA (normal)
• 1.3mA_ (shorted)
Note: Addressable loop input = 11VDC, no external power
input required
Agency Listings
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
UL985 Household Fire
UL1023 Household Burglary
UL609 Commercial Burglary
UL864 Commercial Fire
CSFM
FM
CUL
CE (requires part#N6361)
SENSOR LOOP MAX. RESISTANCE
• Loops A - F (Class 8); Up to 300 ohms of wire resistance +
10k EOLR
• Loops G, H (Class A); Up to 150 ohms of wire resistance
on each side
CURRENT DRAW CALCULATIONS:
Expander/Converter
Current Draw from
Addressable Loop
(all zones shortened)
Current Draw from
External Power
(all zones shortened)
Addressable Loop
Only
Expander
33.6 mA
N/A
Addressable Loop and
External Power Input
Expander
0.6 mA
33 mA
External Power Only
Converter
N/A
22 mA
Power Input Source
ORDERING:
Part No.
4208SNF
Description
Universal Class/B Expander Module
57
5800 SERIES
Commercial
Honeywell’s 5800 series commercial
wireless products allow the wireless
installation of traditional hardwire burglary or
fire devices in commercial UL applications.
5869
5817CB
5881ENHC
FEATURES:
5817CB Commercial Wireless Transmitter
5881ENHC Commercial Wireless Receiver
• Use with commercial and household fire/burglary
initiating devices, including sensors, contact switches
and pull stations
• Three unique input loops (zones)
- First loop (supervised primary) – typically used for high
priority alarm reporting, such as commercial fire or burglary
- Second and third loops – normally closed reed switch used
in conjunction with a magnet
• Contains two tamper switches
• One or two receivers (on certain controls) can be used
to provide redundant coverage or extend coverage in
large areas
• Spatial diversity system virtually eliminates “nulls” and
“dead spots” within the coverage area
• Contains front and back tamper switches, permitting use in
commercial burglary installations
• Connects to control platform via keypad bus
5869 Commercial Hold-up Switch w/Transmitter
•
•
•
•
•
Front and back tamper switches
Easily mounted
Quick enrollment
Includes battery
Requires key to reset
58
5800 SERIES
Remote Controls
5800 Series Remote Controls give your customers one-touch control of their security
systems lights, and appliances.
5804
Four-button
Wireless Key
5804BD/
5804BD-PK
Bi-directional
Remote
5802MN
Single-button
Personal Panic
5802MN2
5801
5827
Dual-button
Personal Panic
Remote Control
Wireless Keypad
5827BD
5804E
5804BDV
Two-way
Wireless Keypad
Four-button
Programmable
Encrypted
Wireless Key
Bi-directional
Remote
with Voice
Annunciation
5804Watch
5802/5802CP
5804-2
Wireless Remote
Operation
Portable Panic
Two-button
Wireless Key
59
5800 SERIES
Remote Controls
TRANSMITTERS
5800
5814
5816/5816BR
Wave Siren
Ultra-small
Door/Window
Transmitter
5800 Wireless
Transmitter
5817
5817CB
5800 Wireless
Transmitter
5800
Commercial
Wireless
Transmitter
SPACE PROTECTION
5818/5818BR
5849
5890PI
Recess Transmitter
Glassbreak
Detector, Dual
Technology
PIR Motion
Detector with
Pet Immunity
5890
5852
5819
PIR Motion
Detector
FlexGuard®
Adjustable
Glassbreak
Shock
Processor and
Transmitter
5819WHS
5853
Shock
Processor and
Transmitter
Glassbreak
Detector
FIRE PROTECTION
5808LST
5809
Photoelectric
Smoke and Heat
Detector
Wireless
Rate-of-Rise
Fixed Temperature
Heat Detector
60
V-Plex Devices
4101SN
4190SN
4193SN
Addressable
Relay Module
Two Zone Expander
SIM Serial Interface
Module
4208U
4209U
Addressable Loop
Expansion Module
Zoning Module
4297
5192SD
Extender Module
Photoelectric Smoke
Detector
998MX
Quest 2260SN
Multiplex PIR
with Lookdown
Multiplex Dual
Technology
Motion Sensor
4278EX/
4278EX-SN
4191SN
4208SNF
Universal
Class A &
Class B
Expander
Module
4293SN
Adapter
5192SDT
Photoelectric
Smoke
Detector
4275EX
Multiplex
Mirror PIR
Motion
Detector
Multiplex Quad AP
PIR Motion Detector
Recessed
Magnetic Contact
4194WH
Surface Reed
Point ID
Contact
4939SN
4944SN
Addressable Surface
Mount Contact
Addressable
Recessed Mount
Contact
4959SN
9500SN
Addressable
Overhead Door
Contact
Glassbreak Detector
4945SN
Addressable
Surface
Mount
Contact
61
7845i
Internet Communicator
Honeywell’s 7845i Internet Communicator was developed to
address the growing use of the Internet and existing LAN
wiring within companies to transport alarm signals. Unlike
competitive solutions, the 7845i Internet Communicator
simplifies the installation process while providing the
absolute best in data security. Compatible with all AlarmNet
central stations, the 7845i installs easily in the protected
premise, transmitting signals through AlarmNet’s server to
the central station.
FEATURES:
• Reports alarm and other signals easily over the Internet
• Allows remote control of the protected premise with
optional AlarmNet service
• Easy CAT-5 10BT connection to a hub or router
• Installs behind firewalls without compromising network
security
• Works with dynamic or static IP addressing (dynamic
addressing supported through DHCP services on most
routers and firewalls)
• No central station IP addresses need to be programmed
• Highest levels of data security are assured:
- 1,024 bit encryption standard
- Two-way authentication is automatically applied
- No key exchange occurs for maximum data protection
BENEFITS
• No significant network training required of installation
personnel
• Commercial accounts will appreciate the fact that they
don’t have to degrade their firewall security or provide
specific accommodations
- No specific port numbers must be opened for
inbound traffic
- Fixed IP addresses do not have to be assigned
and maintained
• Once connected, the 7845i quickly establishes
communication to the central station Internet receiver, even
when the receiver and/or the 7845i are installed behind
firewalls
• Flash memory architecture
- assured future flexibility for feature and
encryption updates
• Flexibility to change ISPs without a service call to the
protected premise
• The 7845i can be simultaneously involved with a remote
session and report alarms without breaking off the remote
session
• Simple programming using existing AlarmNet Programmer
(7720P)
The 7845i is quickly installed by connecting a four-wire run to
the appropriate ADEMCO control panel. The other
connection is a CAT-5 connection to a router or local area
network with Internet access.
62
7845i
Internet Communicator
SPECIFICATIONS:
Enclosure Dimensions:
• 6.5" H x 7.5" W x 1.5" D
Operating Temperature:
• 0ºC to 50ºC
Environmental Storage Temperature:
• 10ºC to 70º C
Humidity:
• 85% RH
Agency listings:
Table of Product Listings
UL Listing Domestic
365 609
864 985
AlarmNet-i
7845i
7810iR
Symphony
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
1023 1610
✓
✓
✓
✓
1635
UL Canada
CUL
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Others
CSFM
✓
✓
✓
Table of Central Station Services
Grades
AlarmNet-i
7845i
7810iR
Symphony
A
AA
B
BB
C
CC
A – Police
Station
Residential
Fire & Burg
Warning
Canada
Level
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
3
3
3
✓
ORDERING:
Part No.
7845i
Description
Internet Communicator
63
7810iR
Internet Receiver
To address the growing use of the Internet and existing LAN
wiring within companies to transport alarm signals,
Honeywell’s 7810iR Receiver was designed to receive alarms
from any ADEMCO device capable of communication over
the Internet. The 7810iR was designed with high security,
flexibility and low maintenance in mind. It can be installed in
any commercial setting and its intuitive and easy-to-use
touchscreen quickly shows alarms and provides a simple
user interface. Unlike competitive solutions, the 7810iR can handle a large number of accounts. Internet
account capacity is unlimited and dictated by class of service.
The central station simply wires the 7810iR to an ADEMCO receiver (LRR card available with both the 685
and MX8000) or its output can directly be connected to the central station automation package. Alarm
signals typically are received within seven seconds and often in less than five seconds. The 7810iR offers
a host of key features that reduce operating costs at the central station.
FEATURES:
• Capable of receiving Internet messages from AlarmNet,
including the entire base of AlarmNet radios and Internet
transmitters
• 7810iR can be viewed remotely via any browser with the
proper authority by authorized central station
• Easy CAT-5 10BT connection to a hub or router
• Installs behind firewalls without compromising network
security
• Works with dynamic or static IP addressing (dynamic
addressing supported through DHCP services on most
routers and firewalls)
• Highest levels of data security
are assured:
- 1,024 bit encryption standard
- Two-way authentication is automatically applied to each
protected premise and the 7810iR Internet Receiver
- No key exchange occurs—assuring maximum data
BENEFITS
• No significant network training required of central
station personnel
• Flash memory architecture
- assured future flexibility for feature and encryption updates
• Central Stations have total flexibility to change their Internet
Service Provider without reprogramming their base of
Internet devices
• Programming the 7810iR can be accomplished right from the
touchscreen. Testing the communications path can be
initiated right from the 7810iR.
• Indicator LED on the front panel assures "at a glance"
knowledge of a live Internet connection
64
7810iR
Internet Receiver
SPECIFICATIONS:
Enclosure Dimensions:
• 5 3/4”H x 8”W x 1 1/4” D
Operating Temperature:
• 0ºC to 50ºC
Environmental Storage Temperature:
•10ºC to 70ºC
Humidity:
• 85% RH
Agency listings:
Table of Product Listings
UL Listing Domestic
365 609
864 985
AlarmNet-i
✓
7845i
7810iR
✓
Symphony ✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
1023 1610
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
1635
UL Canada
CUL
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Others
CSFM
✓
✓
✓
Table of Central Station Services
Grades
AlarmNet-i
7845i
7810iR
Symphony
A
AA
B
BB
C
CC
A – Police
Station
Residential
Fire & Burg
Warning
Canada
Level
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
3
3
3
✓
ORDERING:
Part No.
7810iR
Description
Internet Receiver
65
7720ULF
UL Listed Radio Transmitter
A
SERVICE
Honeywell’s AlarmNet 7720ULF is a self-contained fire control
and long-range radio transmitter that is UL listed for property
protection and life safety. It is designed to provide compliance
with fire code at a cost less than a system that communicates
by two separate telephone lines.
FEATURES:
• Reduces cost compared to conventional system that uses
two separate telco lines for compliance
• Zones can be used for water-flow switches and/or
supervisory switches
• All zones can be used with voltage triggers or dry
contact inputs
• 18VAC to DC power supply provides 24-hour back-up and
minimum 15-minute bell when battery is added
• Housed in red metal cabinet with key lock.
• UL, FM, MEA, CFM.
The 7720ULF transmits periodic supervisory messages to alert the central station to system problems. A contact closure is
available to indicate a radio fault. Communication is via a one-way 900 MHz radio link. The 7720ULF serves as a subscriber’s link
to the AlarmNet long-range radio network. Supervised long range radio transmission ensures event messages are sent and
received every time.
Applications:
• Can be connected directly to waterflow detectors, pull
stations and supervisory switches
• Built-in annunciation enables fire personnel arriving on the
scene to quickly appraise the situation
• Six style B (Class B) and two style D (Class A) supervised
zones are featured
• Inside the cabinet is a trouble buzzer with reset and a
latching trouble LED
• Troubles annunciated locally and transmitted
AlarmNet Services
A
M
C
I
AlarmNet-A Original AlarmNet
AlarmNet-M Mobitex System
AlarmNet-C Control Channel Cellular
AlarmNet-i Internet
Ask your provider for the AlarmNet technology used in your area.
66
7720ULF
UL Listed Radio Transmitter
SPECIFICATIONS:
Installation:
The 7720ULF should be mounted indoors, in an area that is
easily accessible. Before mounting the panel to the wall, the
best location to install the panel can be determined by use of
the 7715DF installation tool. If it is necessary to remotely
mount the antenna avoid obstructions such as metal ducts,
pipes, foil backed insulation, etc. as these will adversely affect
Transmission. When mounting the antenna remotely, the
coaxial cable must be inside conduit.
ELECTRICAL
Power
• 18.5VAC 40VA transformer
Battery backup
• 12V 0.8Ah rechargeable sealed lead acid battery
Current drain
• 100mA standby; 900mA in alarm
Input trigger levels
• 3.7 to 14 volts into 2K ohms
MECHANICAL
Dimensions
• 12" W X 12" H X 4" D
Operating Temperature
• 0° to +50° C
Storage Temp.
• -40° to +70° C
Humidity
• 90% non-condensing
Altitude
• To 10,000’ operating, 40,000’ storage
ACCESSORIES
Cables
• 7626-5, 7626-12, 7626-25HC, 7626-50HC
Antennas
• 7625-3DB - 3dB gain antenna
• 7674 - directional antenna (6db)
• 7674-13 - directional antenna (13dB)
• 7825 - weatherproof outdoor antenna
• 7825MB - Mounting bracket for 7825 antenna
• 7825DP - dipole antenna for vertical mounting
Miscellaneous
• 7620TR - transformer (required for operation)
Programmable Features
• EEROM (Electrically Erasable ROM) technology allows the
7720ULF to be programmed via the 7720P programmer.
Programmable features include
• Both the open loop supervision normally closed and the fire
loop can be programmed for an open to signal trouble or a
short to signal alarm
• Class A or B fire. Supervisory and waterflow functions are
programmable for 0-90 second delays, in one-second
increments.
• AlarmNet or private network reception
• True restore
• Voltage trigger input, inverted or non-inverted
• Dry contact input, normally open or normally closed
• Slave mode to existing fire control using telco, alarm
open/close and test inputs
• Bell supervision
• Ground fault supervision
• Bell pulsed
• Bell time-out, 0-30 minutes in 2-minute increments
TRANSMITTER
RF power Output
• 5 watts nominal
Frequency Stability
• ±5 PPM
Frequency Band
• 928.0125 MHz to 928.3375 MHz,
• 935-941 MHz Receiver
Channel Separation
• 25 kHz
Antenna
• Female N-Type connector
Receiver Sensitivity
• -113 dBm
Regulatory approvals
• FCCID: CFS7720
Radio Faults Output
• Form C Relay
ORDERING:
Part No.
Description
7720ULFPLUS Transmitter
Contact your local distributor for the channel used in your area.
67
CONTROL
Aux. Power Output
• 150 mA max
Alarm Sounder
• Style Y (Class B)
• Polarized Bell
• 500mA max
Backup Battery
• 12VDC, 7AH NP7-12
Standby
• 24 hours with max 400mA aux. Loading
Zones
• Two style D (Class A) 6 style B (Class B)
Listings and Approvals
• UL, FM, MEA, CFM
7830R
AlarmNet-M Transceiver
M
Honeywell’s 7830R AlarmNet-M Tramsceiver
SERVICE
interfaces easily with any alarm control, increasing
system wide reliability.
The 7830R provides alarm signal transmission into a
Mobitex Data Network to access the AlarmNet-M
service. It will connect to virtually any alarm control to
provide reliable alarm signal communication. Upon
detecting an alarm, the 7830R sends the messages
to AlarmNet which in turn relays the messages to the
Central Station.
FEATURES:
• Interfaces with virtually any alarm control to the AlarmNet-M
radio network for alarm signal transmission
• Four zones standard
• Radio fault output relay built-in
• Five LEDs indicate radio link and alarm system status
• Designed to meet UL grade AA requirements
Applications
Provides the highest level of security available. Dealers can connect the 7830R to almost any security system to transmit alarms
and supervisory signals to the central station in the event that telephone service is interrupted.
• Burglary, fire, panic
• Back-up phone line interruption
• Connects to any AlarmNet equipped Central Station
• Four zones standard
• Optional battery backup (not required for operation)
• Automatic cover and antenna tamper protection
68
7830R
AlarmNet-M Transceiver
SPECIFICATIONS:
The 7830R is wired to the panel per wiring diagram provided
with the radio. Observe the LED once the 7830R is in normal
operating mode to determine optimal installation location via
built in diagnostics of the 7830R. Can be mounted vertically or
horizontally depending on which antenna is used. Radio should
not be mounted where it would be obstructed by a steel
structure such as security doors and windows which may be
pulled down at night. Once the radio has been installed and
tested, it must be registered with AlarmNet before it can be
monitored. NOTE: No alarm traffic will be routed to the
monitoring central station until the 7830R completes the
registration process.
MECHANICAL
ACCESSORIES
ELECTRICAL
Cables
• 7626-5, 7626-12, 7626-25HC, 7626-50HC
Power
• 16.5VAC 40VA transformer
Antennas
• 7625-3DB - 3dB gain antenna
• 7674 - directional antenna (6dB)
• 7674-13-directional antenna (13dB)
• 7825 - weatherproof outdoor antenna
• 7825MB - Mounting bracket for 7825 antenna
• 7825DP - dipole antenna for vertical mounting
Battery Backup
• 12V 0,8Ah rechargeable sealed lead acid battery
Dimensions
• 8.5" x 9.5"'x 1.7" (without antenna or RF connector)
Operating Temp
• -30° to +60° C
Storage Temp
• -40° to +70° C
Humidity
• 5% to 95%, non-condensing
Altitude
• To 10,000' operating
Current Drain
• 130 mA average
Input Trigger Levels
• Gate "O"' level less than 1.5V, "I" level greater rate than
3.5V, Sense of 4 zones, may be inverted in groups of 2
Miscellaneous
• 1361 - transformer (required for operation)
• 7720BT- battery (required for operation)
Programmable Features
EEROM (Electrically Erasable ROM) technology allows the
7830R to be programmed via the AlarmNet 7720P
programmer.
TRANSMITTER
RF Power Output
• 2 watts maximum
Frequency Stability
• ±1.5 ppm
Programmable features include
• Daily supervision ON/OFF
• Tamper reporting ON/OFF
• Opening/closing reports ON/OFF
• Telco line fault report ON/OFF
• DC loss report ON/OFF
• Zone delay for each of 4 zones
• Voltage trigger input, inverted or non-inverted
• Dry contact input, normally open or normally closed
• Pulsed or non-pulsed for each zone (alarm trigger from bell
output to differentiate Burg/Fire
• Fault relay ON/OFF
• Fault relay latch ON/OFF
• Dual Central Station reporting
Frequency Bond
• 896-902 MHz Transmit 935-941 MHz Receive
Channel separation
• 12.5 kHz
Modulation Modified
• Modified GMSK 8kbps data rate
Receiver Sensitivity
• 113 dBm
Regulatory Approvals
• FCC90-UL, ULC
Radio Fault Output
• Form C relay (can be programmed for fail-safe if desired)
AlarmNet Services
A
M
C
I
ORDERING:
Part No.
7830R
7830RCN
Description
Subscriber Transceiver
Subscriber Transceiver (Canada)
AlarmNet-A Original AlarmNet
AlarmNet-M Mobitex System
AlarmNet-C Control Channel Cellular
AlarmNet-i Internet
Ask your provider for the AlarmNet technology used in your area.
69
7845CZ
Cellular Transceiver
C
SERVICE
Honeywell’s 7845CZ is a cellular transceiver that lets installers
add up to seven zones without ever having to buy any
additional hardware.
It’s an alternate version of AlarmNet's popular 7845C, the
industry's highest quality, lowest-priced control channel radio.
Coverage is virtually limitless, and there are no cellular phone
calls required and no system busy conditions to deal with. The
7845CZ is fully supervised by AlarmNet with a low fixed
monthly charge for normal traffic. What’s more, the transceiver
connects to virtually any alarm control panel. Central stations
already equipped to receive AlarmNet do not have to purchase
hardware or software.
FEATURES:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Six wired inputs mapped to seven zones
Low cost
Compact size
Powered from the panel
Nationwide cellular system coverage
Interfaces with virtually any alarm control to the AlarmNet
radio network for alarm signal transmission
• Seamless, wireless connectivity through cellular networks,
to AlarmNet equipped Central Stations
• Timed status check-in for radio link supervision
• Built in signal strength meter
• Battery backup
• Automatic cover and antenna tamper protection
Applications
Provides the highest level of security available. Dealers can connect the 7845CZ
to almost any security system to transmit alarms and supervisory signals to the Central Station. It’s also an incredibly effective
backup in the event telephone service is interrupted, ensuring signals get through no matter what.
• Back-up to phone line interruption
• Seamless, wireless connection to AlarmNet equipped
Central Stations
• Household burglary - UL1023
• Central station burglary - UL1610
- Grade A
- Grade B
• Police connect burglary - UL 365
- Grade A
70
7845CZ
Cellular Transceiver
SPECIFICATIONS:
Installation:
After the radio is powered up, the LED should be observed to
determine the optimal installation location. The installation LED
will indicate signal strength, network contact and installation
suitability. The radio is wired to the panel per the wiring diagram,
and can be installed close to or inside the panel itself. Installing
the 7845CZ within the panel requires the use of external antenna
7825-OC.
The radio is mounted according to the mounting instructions
noting that the antenna must be vertical. It also should not be
mounted by windows that may be pulled down at night, security
doors or where it would be obstructed by steel structures.
ELECTRICAL
Power
– Powered from panel @ 100mA max.
programmable option
– Optional 12.5VDC @ 3AMP DC power pack
• Backup battery: Burg: 6V 0.5Ah rechargeable sealed lead acid
battery
• Current requirements: 90mA normal operation 400mA peak
during transmission. Peak current supplied by battery.
MECHANICAL
Dimensions
• 4" W x 6.5" H x 1.5" D (without antenna)
PROGRAMMABLE FEATURES
Operating Temperature
Zone Options
• -30° to +60° C
• Radio Fault Output: Open collector ground trigger
(programmable for fail-safe)
Humidity
Zone 3
• 0% to 90% non-condensing
Transceiver
• MicroBurst™ compatible cellular radio
• RF power output: 0.6 watts
• Configurable for LYNX panic or voltage or ground trigger
Frequency Band
Zones 4, 5, 6, and 7
– 833-835 MHz Transmit
– 878-880 MHz Receive
• Channel separation: 30 kHz
• Receiver sensitivity: -115 dBm
• Antenna: 5/8 wave helical unity gain
• Serial Mode: Radio faults are reported to
the panel on the serial link
Zones 1 and 2
• 2K EOL supervised configurable for voltage or ground trip
• Configurable for voltage or ground trip
Programmability
• Pulse/steady bell detection (fire/burg) (not for UL installation)
(zones one and two)
• Restoral reporting
• Delayed reporting
• Dual central station reporting
• Supports silent panic for LYNX products (zone 3)
LED Indicators
• Three status LED visible when cover is on:
– Network connection status
– Power Status
– Alarm Delivery Status
• Seven installation and set-up LEDs visible
when cover is off:
– Signal strength
– Installation suitability
– Operating Mode
Other features
• Integrated smart swinger suppression
• Integral tamper switch: Dual function tamper
switch for cover tamper detection, and installation test
functions
• Power fail detection/reporting
• Low battery/battery condition reporting
Zone Inputs and Alarm Functions
• Reporting format in zone mode:
ADEMCO High Speed
Coverage Update
• www.alarmnet.com
AlarmNet Services
A
M
C
I
ORDERING:
Part No.
7845CZ
Description
Subscriber Transceiver
AlarmNet-A Original AlarmNet
AlarmNet-M Mobitex System
AlarmNet-C Control Channel Cellular
AlarmNet-i Internet
Ask your provider for the AlarmNet technology used in your area.
71
7845CV2
Control Channel Cellular Subscriber Transceiver
C
SERVICE
es
Replac
7845C
Now w
ith
Inter
Tampe nal
r-Pr
Anten oof
na
Honeywell’s 7845CV2 Control Channel Cellular Subscriber
Transceiver takes advantage of the latest advances in Control
Channel Cellular design—offering virtually limitless coverage at
an affordable price.
The 7845CV2 contains an internal tamper-proof antenna for an
added level of protection.
All signals are delivered to the AlarmNet Control Center, which
routes the information to the appropriate central station. The
AlarmNet Control Center is fully redundant and monitored 24
hours a day, seven days a week.
AlarmNet has the ability to route messages using the
AlarmNet- A, AlarmNet-M, AlarmNet-i and 800 Plus networks;
all of which provide true redundancy and the highest reliability in
message delivery.
FEATURES:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Built-in tamper proof antenna
Low cost/high reliability
Built-in indicators make installation easy
Compact size
Nationwide coverage
Multiple modes of operation
• Transmission in full contact ID
or ADEMCO high speed
• Monthly or daily supervision
• Multiple registration and programming options
• Tamper protection
• Backup battery included
72
7845CV2
Control Channel Cellular Subscriber Transceiver
SPECIFICATIONS:
Electrical
Power:
– Powered from panel @ 100mA max.,
if current limit mode used
– Optional 12.5VDC @ 300mA
DC power pack
• Backup battery: 6V, 0.5Ah
rechargeable sealed lead acid battery
provides four hours of battery backup
• Current requirements:
– 90mA normal operation
– 400mA peak during transmission
Mechanical
• Dimensions:
4" W x 6.5" H x 1.5" D
• Operating Temperature:
-30° to +60° C
• Humidity:
0% to 90% non-condensing
UL/CUL Listings
• UL 609 - Local Burglar Alarm Units
and Systems
• UL 365 - Police Station Connected
Burglar Alarm Units and Systems
• UL 1610 - Central Station Burglar
Alarm Units
• UL 1635 - Digital Alarm Communicator
System Units
• UL 864 - Control Units For FireProtective Signaling Systems
• UL 1023 - Household Burglar Alarm
System Units
• UL 985 - Household Fire Warming
System Units
• CAN/ULC-S527-M87 - Standard for
Control Units for Fire Alarm Systems
• CAN/ULC-S303-M91 - Standard for
Local Burglar Alarm Units and
Systems
• CAN/ULC-S304-M88 - Standard for
Central and Monitoring Station Burglar
Alarm Units
• ULC Subject C1023-1974 Preliminary Standard for Household
Burglar Alarm System Units
• CAN/ULC-S545-M89 - Standard For
Residential Fire Warning System
Control Units
• CSFM
• FM
Coverage Update
• www.alarmnet.com
ACCESSORIES
7720P
7825-OC
7720V2TR
Programming Tool
Remote Antenna Kit
DC Transformer
Internal Battery
7626-12
7626-25HC
7626-50HC
12' Extension Cable
25' Extension Cable
50' Extension Cable
AlarmNet Services
A
M
C
I
ORDERING:
7845CV2
Control Channel Cellular Subscriber Transceiver
73
AlarmNet-A Original AlarmNet
AlarmNet-M Mobitex System
AlarmNet-C Control Channel Cellular
AlarmNet-i Internet
Ask your provider for the AlarmNet technology used in your area.
7845CF
Cellular Fire Radio Control Channel Subscriber Transceiver
C
SERVICE
Designed as a cellular backup for fire applications, Honeywell’s
7845CF takes advantage of the latest advances in Control
Channel Cellular design—offering virtually limitless coverage at
an affordable price.
The 7845CF eliminates the need for a secondary dedicated
phone line and helps increase recurring monthly revenue. It
replaces the 7835CFPK when used with an ADEMCO control
in ECP mode. The included 6V, 4.5A hour battery and internal
battery charger provide more than 24 hours of backup time.
INCLUDES:
Cell radio, red cabinet, backup battery and battery cable,
transformer, antenna, wiring for connecting antenna
All signals are delivered to the AlarmNet Control Center, which
routes the information to the appropriate central station. The
AlarmNet Control Center is fully redundant and monitored 24
hours a day, seven days a week.
AlarmNet has the ability to route messages using the
AlarmNet-A, AlarmNet-M, AlarmNet-i and 800 Plus networks;
all of which provide true redundancy and virtually guarantee
message delivery.
FEATURES:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Built-in indicators make installation easy
Designed as secondary connection for commercial fire
Eliminates a dedicated phone line
Increases recurring revenue
Low battery detect and reporting
Nationwide coverage
Multiple modes of operation
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Transmission in full contact ID or ADEMCO High Speed
Timed status check-in for radio link supervision
Antenna tamper detect
DC line voltage loss reporting
Multiple registration and programming options
Tamper protection
In excess of 24 hours of battery backup
74
7845CF
Cellular Fire Radio Control Channel Subscriber Transceiver
SPECIFICATIONS:
Electrical
• Voltage Input:
9.6–13.8VDC, 12VDC nominal
• DC current drain:
400mA (max), during transmit
• Rechargeable backup battery:
lead acid 6V, 4.5Ah
• Trigger Input:
Rated 12mA@ 12V nominal (negative
trigger signal)
Mechanical
• Weight: 9.5 lbs
• Dimensions: 14.5" x 12.5" x 2.75"
• Operating Temperature:
-30° to +60° C
UL/CUL Listings
• UL 609 - Local Burglar Alarm Units
and Systems
• UL 365 - Police Station Connected
Burglar Alarm Units and Systems
• UL 1610 - Central Station Burglar
Alarm Units
• UL 1635 - Digital Alarm Communicator
System Units
• UL 864 - Control Units For FireProtective Signaling Systems
• UL 1023 - Household Burglar Alarm
System Units
• UL 985 - Household Fire Warming
System Units
• CAN/ULC-S527-M87 - Standard for
Control Units for Fire Alarm Systems
• CAN/ULC-S303-M91 - Standard for
Local Burglar Alarm Units and
Systems
• CAN/ULC-S304-M88 - Standard for
Central and Monitoring Station Burglar
Alarm Units
• ULC Subject C1023-1974 Preliminary Standard for Household
Burglar Alarm System Units
• CAN/ULC-S545-M89 - Standard For
Residential Fire Warning System
Control Units
• MEA
Coverage Update
• www.alarmnet.com
ACCESSORIES
7720P
7825-OC
7720V2TR
Programming Tool
Remote Antenna Kit
DC Transformer
Internal Battery
7626-12
7626-25HC
7626-50HC
12' Extension Cable
25' Extension Cable
50' Extension Cable
AlarmNet Services
ORDERING:
7845CF
Control Channel Cellular Subscriber Transceiver
75
A
M
C
I
AlarmNet-A Original AlarmNet
AlarmNet-M Mobitex System
AlarmNet-C Control Channel Cellular
AlarmNet-i Internet
Ask your provider for the AlarmNet technology used in your area.
7845CZF
Cellular Fire Radio Control Channel Subscriber Transceiver
C
Designed as a cellular backup for fire applications,
SERVICE
Honeywell’s 7845CZF works with any product that
provides outputs via contact closure or voltage trigger.
The 7845CZF takes advantage of the latest advances in
Control Channel Cellular design—offering virtually
limitless coverage at an affordable price.
The 7845CZF eliminates the need for a secondary
dedicated phone line and helps increase recurring
monthly revenue. It replaces the 7835CFPK when zone
inputs are required. The included 6V, 4.5A hour battery
INCLUDES:
Cell radio, red cabinet, backup battery and battery cable,
transformer, antenna, wiring for connecting antenna
and internal battery charger provide more than 24 hours
of backup time.
All signals are delivered to the AlarmNet Control Center,
which routes the information to the appropriate central
station. The AlarmNet Control Center is fully redundant
and monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
AlarmNet has the ability to route messages using the
AlarmNet-A, AlarmNet-M, AlarmNet-i and 800 Plus
networks; all of which provide true redundancy and the
highest reliability in message delivery.
FEATURES:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Built-in indicators make installation easy
Designed as secondary connection for commercial fire
Eliminates a dedicated phone line
Increases recurring revenue
Low battery detect and reporting
Nationwide coverage
Six supervised zones via contact closure or voltage triggers
Seven reporting zones
Inverted operation
76
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Multiple modes of operation
Fault output
Antenna tamper detect
Timed status check-in for radio link supervision
Multiple registration and programming options
Tamper protection
In excess of 24 hours of battery backup
DC line voltage loss reporting
7845CZF
Cellular Fire Radio Control Channel Subscriber Transceiver
SPECIFICATIONS:
• CAN/ULC-S303-M91 - Standard for
Local Burglar Alarm Units and
Systems
• CAN/ULC-S304-M88 - Standard for
Central and Monitoring Station Burglar
Alarm Units
• ULC Subject C1023-1974 Preliminary Standard for Household
Burglar Alarm System Units
• CAN/ULC-S545-M89 - Standard For
Residential Fire Warning System
Control Units
• MEA
UL/CUL Listings
• UL 609 - Local Burglar Alarm Units
and Systems
• UL 365 - Police Station Connected
Burglar Alarm Units and Systems
• UL 1610 - Central Station Burglar
Alarm Units
• UL 1635 - Digital Alarm Communicator
System Units
• UL 864 - Control Units For FireProtective Signaling Systems
• UL 1023 - Household Burglar Alarm
System Units
• UL 985 - Household Fire Warming
System Units
• CAN/ULC-S527-M87 - Standard for
Control Units for Fire Alarm Systems
Electrical
• Voltage Input:
9.6–13.8VDC, 12VDC nominal
• DC current drain:
400mA (max), during transmit
• Rechargeable backup battery:
lead acid 6V, 4.5Ah
• Trigger Input:
Rated 12mA@ 12V nominal (negative
trigger signal)
Mechanical
• Weight: 9.5 lbs
• Dimensions: 14.5" x 12.5" x 2.75"
• Operating Temperature:
-30° to +60° C
Coverage Update
• www.alarmnet.com
ACCESSORIES
7720P
7825-OC
7720V2TR
Programming Tool
Remote Antenna Kit
DC Transformer
Internal Battery
7626-12
7626-25HC
7626-50HC
12' Extension Cable
25' Extension Cable
50' Extension Cable
AlarmNet Services
ORDERING:
7845CZF
Control Channel Cellular Subscriber Transceiver
A
M
C
I
AlarmNet-A Original AlarmNet
AlarmNet-M Mobitex System
AlarmNet-C Control Channel Cellular
AlarmNet-i Internet
Ask your provider for the AlarmNet technology used in your area.
77
78
79
1-800-645-7492
www.honeywell.com/security
L/COMPNLGD/D 5/04
80