Quik Bridge to Vista20 Wiring

Quik Bridge to Vista20 Wiring
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Dated: April 10, 1998
ITI Technical Guide 005
Compatibility Guide for:
■ ITI Quik Bridge Loop Receiver (60-660)
■ Ademco Vista 20 Control Panel
This document explains how to connect an ITI Quik Bridge Loop Receiver (60-660) to an Ademco Vista 20 control panel. It summarizes the following procedures:
• Powering the Loop Receiver. How to wire the receiver to the panel’s auxiliary power.
• Connecting the Zone Outputs Used by Sensors. How to wire the receiver to the panel to allow the use of wireless
sensors.
• Connecting the Zone Outputs Used for Keyswitch Arming. How to wire the receiver to the panel to allow arming
and disarming of the system using a Keychain Touchpad.
For complete instructions on programming the Loop Receiver or the Vista 20, see their installation instructions.
Powering the Loop Receiver
1. Shut off or remove power from the receiver and the panel.
2. Power the receiver by connecting it to the panel’s auxiliary power supply as shown in Figure 1.
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LOOP RECEIVER
POWER TERMINALS
AUX +
AUX --
VISTA 20
AUXILIARY POWER
TERMINALS
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Figure 1. Powering the Loop Receiver.
Note: The auxiliary power will shut off momentarily whenever the panel resets the fire alarms and whenever you
try to disarm the panel when it’s already disarmed. This power loss may erase the panel’s alarm memory.
Connecting the Zone Outputs Used by Sensors
Connect the receiver’s sensor zone outputs and trouble outputs (terminals B and S), if desired, to the panel’s
inputs. For N/C (Normally Closed) configurations, see Figure 2. For N/O (Normally Open) configurations, see Figure 3. Table 1 lists the configurations (N/C or N/O) you may use for each zone on the Vista 20.
Table 1. On the Vista 20, zones 1–8 can be wired to be N/C. Only zones 2–7 can be wired to
be N/O. Do not wire zones 1 or 8 to be N/O.
These Loop
Receiver
outputs…
Work with these
Vista 20 zone
inputs…
1
2
3
1 through 8,
B, S
4
5
6
7
8
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In these configurations…
N/C
N/O
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Wiring a Loop Receiver Zone Using a N/C Configuration
LOOP RECEIVER
ZONE OUTPUTS
AUX +
EOL
RESISTOR
AUX -COM
Z#
VISTA 20
ZONE INPUTS
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Figure 2. To wire a Loop Receiver zone N/C, program the zone N/C, then wire the zone as shown in the diagram above.
Wiring a Loop Receiver Zone Using a N/O Configuration
LOOP RECEIVER
ZONE OUTPUTS
EOL
RESISTOR
AUX +
AUX -COM
Z#
VISTA 20
ZONE INPUTS
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Figure 3. To wire a Loop Receiver zone N/O, program the zone N/O, then wire the zone as shown in the diagram above.
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Connecting the Zone Outputs Used for Keyswitch Arming
This section explains how to set up a button on an ITI Keychain Touchpad to allow keyswitch arming of a
Vista 20 system. A Keychain Touchpad configured this way will toggle the system between disarmed and armedstay. See Table 2 for a summary of compatibility between Loop Receiver outputs and Vista 20 inputs.
Table 2. On the Vista 20, zone 7 is the only zone input usable for keyswitch arming. Zone 7
can only be wired N/O.
These Loop
Receiver
button
outputs…
Work with this
Vista 20
keyswitch
arming input
…
5 or 6
7
In this configuration…
N/C
N/O
✓
To connect the Loop Receiver for keyswitch arming:
1. Learn the desired Keychain Touchpad button (normally either the Arm or Disarm button) into the receiver.
2. Make sure the button is set up for momentary switching.
3. Connect the button’s zone output (Arm: terminal 5, or Disarm: terminal 6) to panel zone 7 (terminal Z7 and
COM) as shown in Figure 4.
LOOP RECEIVER OUTPUTS
FOR MOMENTARY (TOGGLE)
KEYSWITCH ARMING
EOL
RESISTOR
AUX +
AUX -COM
Z7
VISTA 20
KEYSWITCH ARMING
TERMINAL
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Figure 4. Learn the desired button into the receiver, program the zone for N/O momentary switching, then wire the receiver
N/O to the Vista 20 as shown. The buttons are shown next to the zone outputs they activate.
ITI is a registered trademark of Interactive Technologies, Inc. Quik Bridge is a trademark of Interactive Technologies, Inc. All other manufacturer and product names are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective names.
All features of the ITI Quik Bridge Loop Receiver and the Ademco Vista 20 are subject to change without notice.
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