Ademco – Vista 40 Programming Guide

2-Partitioned Security System
VISTA-40
PROGRAMMING GUIDE
Includes
Single Partition and 2-Partition
Programming Forms
Purpose of this document
This document contains two programming forms for use when
programming the VISTA-40. One form is intended for use with
single partition systems and the other is intended for use with
2-partition systems.
Programming Guide • Programming Guide • Programming Guide • Programming Guide
N7001PRV2 6/97
(See Instructions N7001–INSTV2)
Part of N7001V2
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SINGLE PARTITION PROGRAMMING FORM................................................................................3
TWO-PARTITION PROGRAMMING FORM.....................................................................................7
SYSTEM-WIDE DATA FIELDS..........................................................................................................8
PARTITION-SPECIFIC DATA FIELDS .............................................................................................11
PROGRAMMING WITH #93 MENU MODE (Overview))..............................................................13
CHANGING ZONE RESPONSE TYPE & REPORT CODES (EXPERT MODE) .......................15
SYSTEM LAYOUT WORKSHEETS ..............................................................................................16
Other Documents Provided With The VISTA-40
Document
Installation
Instructions
User’s Manual
Purpose and Content
Use the Installation Instructions portion of this manual when installing the hard-ware
components of the installation, including hardwired zones, wireless transmitters,
powering the control, etc. Use the Programming Procedures section of the
installation manual when programming the system. It provides detailed programming
procedures and descriptions of all data fields. It also provides detailed procedures for
using #93 Menu Mode.
A Summary Of Connections Diagram is provided at the back of the Installation
Instructions.
Intended for the end user, this manual provides procedures for system operation.
This Programming Guide includes basic programming information, a brief overview of the
programming procedure with #93 Menu Mode, Changing Response type & Report Codes (Expert
Mode), Single and 2-Partition Programming Forms, plus System Layout Worksheets.
N O T E : Throughout this manual, the term "alpha keypad" refers equally to the 6139 Alpha keypad
or 6139AV Voice/Alpha keypad.
Two programming forms are provided: A Single Partition Form and a 2-Partition Form.
• Make sure that one alpha or voice/alpha keypad is connected to the control and is set to device address
"00."
Single Partition System
• The system default is for a single partition system. Use the SINGLE PARTITION PROGRAMMING FORM
beginning on page 4 when programming for single partition usage.
Two-Partition System
• You must enter "2" in data field 2* 00 to set the system for two partitions. Use the 2-PARTITION
PROGRAMMING FORM beginning on page 8 when programming the system for two partitions.
# 93 Menu Mode
• Because the control supports various types of input devices (such as button type transmitters, serial
number polling loop devices, etc.), zone characteristics, including zone response types and report codes,
must be programmed using the #93 Menu Mode procedure.
• In addition to programming zone information, #93 Menu Mode is required for enrolling serial numbers,
programming alpha descriptors, programming device characteristics and for programming relay output
functions.
• Refer to the separate INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS manual for detailed procedures when using #93
Menu Mode.
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VISTA-40 SINGLE PARTITION PROGRAMMING FORM
Use the Single Partition Programming Form only if your system is set up as a single
partition system.
For 2-partition systems, use the form titled "VISTA-40 Two-Partition Programming Form."
Steps To Programming a Single Partition VISTA-40 System
IMPORTANT: A 2-Line Alpha keypad † is required for programming the VISTA-40.
† Throughout this manual, the term "alpha keypad" refers equally to the 6139 Alpha keypad or
6139AV Voice/Alpha keypad.
Make sure that one alpha keypad is connected to the control and is set to device address "00."
1. Enter Programming Mode (enter installer code + [8] + [0] + [0]).
2. Program the data fields shown on the programming form.
NOTE: Zone Response Type and Report Code fields will automatically appear during normal
programming, but must be skipped if the zone has not been previously programmed using #93 Menu
Mode (see step 3 below). These fields are bordered by a dotted line on the programming forms and
include:
*02 - *05 and 1*01 - 1*09 ASSIGN RESPONSE TYPES
*54 - *78 REPORT CODES
To skip these fields when they appear, press [*] plus the next data field number to be programmed. For
example, to skip fields *02 - *05 in a one partition system, press [*] plus "09." Field *09 ENTRY DELAY #1
appears.
3. Enter #93 Menu Mode by pressing #93 while in programming mode, then do the following in the order
presented:
• Use the DEVICE PROG. prompts to program device addresses and characteristics.
• Use the ZONE PROG. prompts to program zone information.
• Use the RELAY PROG. prompts to program relay output information.
• Use the ALPHA PROG. prompts to program alpha descriptors.
• Use the SERIAL # PROG prompts to program sensor device serial numbers.
• Use RLY VOICE DESCR. prompts to program relay voice descriptors, if the 4285 Phone Module is
used.
• Use the CUSTOM INDEX prompts to program custom word substitutes, if the 4285 Phone Module is
used.
Refer to the #93 Menu Mode section of the separate INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS document for
detailed procedures when using #93 Menu Mode. A brief overview of this mode is provided later in this
document.
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SUMMARY OF PROGRAMMING COMMANDS
To enter program mode, enter installer code + [8] + [0] + [0]
To set standard defaults, press *9 7
To set communication defaults, press *94 + one of the following: *80=low speed; *81=Ademco
Express; *82=Ademco High Speed; *83=Ademco's Contact ID
To change to next page of program fields, press * 9 4
To return to previous set of fields, press * 9 9
To erase account & phone number field entries, press [*] + field number + [*]
To assign zone descriptors, press #93 + follow menu prompts
To add custom words, press #93 + follow menu prompts
To enter Installer's Message, press #93 + follow menu prompts
To exit program mode, press *99 OR *98: *99 allows re-access to programming mode by installer code.
*98 prevents re-access to programming mode by installer code.
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VISTA-40 SINGLE PARTITION PROGRAMMING FORM
Standard default (*97) values are shown in brackets [ ], otherwise default = 0.
*00
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* 33
ASSIGN RESPONSE TYPE FOR ZONES
Skip these fields. Use #93 Menu Mode, Zone
Programming to program response types.
* 34
INSTALLER CODE
[4140]
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PRIMARY PHONE NUMBER
Enter 4 digits, 0-9
*02
*09
- *05
ENTRY DELAY #1
[02]
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[03]
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Enter 0-9 for each digit, or #11 (T), #12 (#), #13 (pause)
Enter 0-9 for each digit, or #11 (T), #12 (#), #13 (pause)
*3 5
(00-15 times 15 seconds)
*1 0
EXIT DELAY #1
*3 6
ENTRY DELAY #2
[06]
DOWNLOAD ID No.
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(00-15 times 15 seconds)
*1 2
DOWNLOAD PHONE No.
Enter 0-9 for each digit, or #11 (T), #12 (#), #13 (pause)
(00-15 times 15 seconds)
*1 1
SECONDARY PHONE NUMBER
EXIT DELAY #2
[04]
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Dialer System
Not
Remote Remote Remote Upload Download
Shutdwn Shutdwn Used Bypass Disarm Arm
Program Program
See field 1*53 for Callback disable option; [1=enable]; 0=disable; For UL
installations, all options must be disabled.
ALARM SOUNDER DURATION
ZONE 9 FAST/SLOW RESPONSE
*3 8
KEYSWITCH ASSIGNMENT
UL AC LOSS SIREN
*2 1
OPEN/CLOSE REPORT FOR INSTALLER
*4 0
OPEN/CLOSE REPORTING FOR KEYSWITCH
* 41
NORMALLY CLOSED or EOLR (Zones 2-8)
* 42
* 43
4285 PHONE MODULE ACCESS CODE
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Enter 01-09 for 1st digit; 11( for T) or 12 (for #) for
2nd digit To disable voice module, enter
1st digit = 00 & 2nd digit = 11
[00]
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[11]
* 44
* 45
KEYPAD PANIC ENABLES
95
MULTIPLE ALARMS
96 99
[1]
IGNORE EXPANSION ZONE (RF, RPM) TAMPER
LRR BURG.TRIGGER FOR TYPE 8
TEST REPORT INTERVAL
[024]
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POWER UP IN PREVIOUS STATE
CHECKSUM VERIFICATION
*5 0
SESCOA/RADIONICS SELECT
*5 1
1=yes; 0=no
QUICK ARM
[1]
DUAL REPORTING
1=yes; 0=no; If used with Spilt Reporting "1" option (1*34), alarms
go to both primary & secondary numbers, while all other reports go
to secondary only. If used with Split Reporting "2" option,
open/close and test messages go to both lines, while all other
reports go to primary.
[1]
* 52
STANDARD/EXPANDED REPORT FOR PRIMARY
TOUCH-TONE OR ROTARY DIAL
Alarm Rstr Bypass Trbl Opn/Cls Low Bat
0=standard; 1=expanded; Note: Expanded overrides 4+2 format.
PABX ACCESS CODE
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00-09; B-F (11-15)
*3 2
LOW SPEED FORMAT (Sec.)
* 49
1=TouchTone; 0=rotary
*3 1
SECONDARY FORMAT
1=Sescoa; 0=Radionics
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1=yes; 0=no
* 30
LOW SPEED FORMAT (Primary)
0=Ademco Low Speed; 1=Sescoa/Radionics
*4 7
1=yes; 0=no; "1" for UL.
*2 9
PRIMARY FORMAT
Prim Scndry
INTELLIGENT TEST REPORTING
Enter interval in hours, 001-199; 000=no report ; Max. 024 for UL.
* 28
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0=Ademco Low Speed; 1=Sescoa/Radionics
[1]
Set "0" for UL 1=yes, (no report sent if any other report was
recently sent); 0=no
*2 7
* 46
* 48
1=enable; 0=disable
*2 6
RING DETECTION COUNT
0=Low Speed; 1=Contact ID; 2=Ademco High Speed;
3=Ademco Express
1=disable; 0=enable
*2 5
[1]
0=Low Speed; 1=Contact ID; 2=Ademco High Speed;
3=Ademco Express
[0-0-1]
1=yes; 0=no
*2 4
DIAL TONE DETECTION
01-14; 15=answering machine; 00=no detection; Do not set to 00 if
voice module is used, or 01 if VIM module is used.
PREVENT FIRE TIME-OUT
1=enable; 0=disable
*2 3
DIAL TONE PAUSE
1=wait for true dial tone; 0=pause, then dial
1=no timeout; 0=fire timeout
*2 2
[1]
0=5 seconds; 1=11 seconds; 2=30 seconds; Must be "0" for UL.
RANDOMIZE AC LOSS REPORT
1=randomize 10-40 min.; 0=no
*2 0
*3 9
1=N.C.loops; 0=EOLR supervision; Must be "0" for UL.
1=yes; 0=no
*1 9
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1=enable; 0=disable
AC LOSS KEYPAD SOUNDING
1=yes; 0=no
*1 8
PREVENT ZONE XX BYPASS
1=enable; 0=disable
CONFIRMATION OF ARMING DING
1=enable; 0=disable
*1 7
DOWNLOAD COMMAND ENABLES
0
01-64; 00 if all zones (except Fire zones) can be bypassed
Enter partition in which keyswitch used, 1-2; 0=disable
*1 6
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* 37
1=fast; 0= slow; "0" for UL.
*1 5
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01-15 times 2 minutes . Minimum 4 minutes for UL.
*1 4
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[08]
(00-15 times 15 seconds)
*1 3
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Enter 00-09; A-F (10-15) [15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15]
PRIM. SUBS. ACCT #
Enter 00-09; B-F (11-15)
* 53
Alarm Rstr Bypass Trbl Opn/Cls Low Bat
0=Standard; 1=Expanded; Note: Expanded Overrides 4+2 Format.
[15 15 15 15]
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STANDARD/EXPANDED REPORT FOR SECONDARY
VISTA-40 SINGLE PARTITION PROGRAMMING FORM
*54 -*57
ALARM REPORT CODE & ID DIGITS FOR ZONES
1-16. Skip these fields. Use #93 Menu Mode,
Zone Programming to assign report codes.
SYSTEM NON ALARM CODES
*8 1
*8 2
First Digit Second Digit
Close
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*58 SUPV. & RESTORE CODES for zones 1-16
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Alarm Rst.
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Trouble
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Trble Rst.
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Bypass
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Bypass Rst.
*59 -*62
Open
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Low Battery
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Low Bat Res
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AC Loss
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AC Restore
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Test
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Power
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Cancel
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Prog. Tamp.
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ALARM REPORT CODE & ID DIGITS FOR ZONES
17-32. Skip these fields. Use #93 Menu Mode,
Zone Programming to assign report codes.
*63 SUPV. & RESTORE CODES for zones 17-32
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Alarm Rst.
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Trouble
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Trble Rst.
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Bypass
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Bypass Rst.
*8 3
Second digit of each
code applies only to
4+2 or expanded (fields
*52 & *53) formats.
FIRST TEST REPORT TIME
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[Day 00; hour 12; min 00] Days 01-07 Hours 00-23 Min 00-59;
00 in all boxes=instant (Day 01= Monday)
*8 4
SWINGER SUPPRESSION
[03]
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01-15 alarms ; Must be "00" (disabled) for UL.
*8 5
ENABLE DIALER REPORTS
FOR PANICS & DURESS
95
96
99
Duress
1=enable; 0=disable
*64 - *67 ALARM REPORT CODE & ID DIGITS FOR ZONES
33-48. Skip these fields. Use #93 Menu Mode,
Zone Programming to assign report codes.
* 86
4208 MODULE ZONE ASSIGNMENT
1=allows 8 zone numbers (10-17) on one module, but prevents any
other polling loop expansion; 0=Otherwise
*8 7
ENTRY WARNING
[1]
1=continuous; 0=3 beeps
*68 SUPV. & RESTORE CODES for zones 33-48
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*8 8
Alarm Rst.
BURG. ALARM COMM. DELAY
1=16 seconds; 0=no delay
*8 9
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Trouble
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Trble Rst.
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Bypass
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Bypass Rst.
RESTORE REPORT TIMING
0=instant; 1=at bell timeout; 2=at disarm
*9 0
2nd SUBS. ACCT #
Enter 00-09; B-F (11-15)
Trouble
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Trouble
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Trble Rst.
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Trble Rst.
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Bypass
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Bypass
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Bypass Rst.
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Bypass Rst.
(press * 9 4 )
1*01 - 1*09 ASSIGN RESPONSE TYPE FOR ZONES
Skip these fields. Use #93 Menu Mode, Zone
Programming to assign response types
1=immediate; 0=when disarmed; Must be "1" for UL
1 * 2 9 RF TX LOW BATTERY REPORT ENABLE
1 * 3 0 RF RCVR CHECK-IN INTERVAL
1 * 3 1 RF TRANSMITTER CHECK-IN INTERVAL[12]
02-15 times 2 hours; 00 disables transmitter supervision
Max. "6" (12 hr) for UL
1 * 3 2 RF RECEIVER TYPE
1=4281 ; 2=5881; 0=NONE
1 * 3 3 TOUCH-TONE W/ROTARY BACKUP ENABLE
1=enable; 0=disable
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6
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10
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[06]
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02-15 times 2 hours; 00 disables supervision
Max. "6" (12 hr) for UL
ZONE TYPE RESTORE ENABLES 1=enable; [0=disable]
* 7 9 FOR ZONE TYPES 1-8
*80 ZONE TYPES 9/10
4
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1=enable; 0=disable Must be "1" for UL
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3
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1 * 2 8 RF TX LOW BATTERY SOUND
SUPV. & RESTORE CODES
*73 (for zones 49-64)
*78 (for zones 87-99)
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Alarm Rst.
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Alarm Rst.
2
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2nd Page Programming Fields
* 69 -* 72, ALARM REPORT CODE & ID DIGITS FOR ZONES
* 74- * 7 7 49-99. Skip these fields. Use #93 Menu Mode,
Zone Programming to assign report codes.
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[15 15 15 15]
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VISTA-40 SINGLE PARTITION PROGRAMMING FORM
1 * 3 4 COMM. SPLIT REPORT SELECTION
1 * 7 0 EVENT LOG TYPES
0=no; 1=alarms primary, others secondary;
2=open/close, test secondary, others primary; See *51 for notes.
DIALER CODES ( Armed Stay, Time Set & Event Logging)
1 *4 0
1 *4 1
First Digit Second Digit
Armed STAY
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Time/Date set or event log reset
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1=enable logging; 0=disable
0=12 hour; 1=24 hour
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Enter the relay timeout, 0-127 in multiples of 2 minutes, desired
for #93 Menu Mode Relay Programming output command "56".
1 * 7 5 RELAY TIMEOUT YY SECONDS
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Enter the relay timeout, 0-127 seconds, desired for #93 Menu
Mode Relay Programming command "57".
1 * 7 6 ACCESS CONTROL RELAY FOR PARTITION
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Enter relay number that will be pulsed for 2 seconds whenever
code + [0] is pressed. Enter 00-08 [00]=none
1=enable; 0=disable
3rd Page Programming Fields
1 * 4 5 EXIT DELAY SOUNDING
(press * 9 4 )
1=enable; 0=disable Produces quick beeping during exit delay if
enabled.
1 * 4 6 AUXILIARY OUTPUT MODE
PARTITIONING SETUP FIELDS
2 * 0 0 NUMBER OF PARTITIONS
0=ground start; 1=open/close trigger; 2=keypad sounding;
3=Non-Ademco AAV unit trigger
[1]
Enter 1 for single partition systems.
2 * 0 1 DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME [04, 10]
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START/END MONTH
Start
1 * 4 7 CHIME ON EXT SIREN
1=enable; 0=disable
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End
00-12; if no daylight savings time, enter 00,00
1 * 4 8 WIRELESS KEYPAD ASSIGNMENT
2 * 0 2 DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME
START/END WEEKEND #
0=disable; enter partition in which RF keypad used, 1-2.
1 * 4 9 SUPPRESS TX SUPERVISION SOUND
[1]
1 * 5 2 SEND CANCEL IF ALARM + OFF
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Start | End
2 * 1 7 NUMBER OF CODES PER PARTITION [69] 1
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[01] 2
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1=no restriction; 0=within Bell Timeout period only
Enter 01-69. Total must be less than or equal to 70.
1 * 5 3 DOWNLOAD CALLBACK
1=callback not required; 0=callback required; Must be "0" for UL.
2 * 1 8 ENABLE GOTO FOR THIS PARTITION
1=enable; 0=disable
1 * 5 7 ENABLE 5800 RF BUTTON GLOBAL ARM
Enter "1" to have the system arm/disarm following the button's
user's global arm settings. Enter "0" if the button is not to be used
to global arm the system.
0=disable; 1=enable
[1]
0=disable for displayed partition; 1=enable for displayed partition
If zone is faulted after pressing button, keypad will beep once.
User should press button again within 4 sec. to force bypass
those zones. Enter 1 if force bypass is desired. Enter 0 if not
desired.
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2 * 1 9 USE PARTITION DESCRIPTORS
2 * 2 0 ENABLE J7 TRIGGERS by PARTITION
1 * 5 8 ENABLE 5800 RF BUTTON FORCE BYPASS
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[1, 5]
Enter 1-7. 1=first; 2=second; 3=third; 4=fourth; 5=last; 6=next to
last; 7=3rd from last [default is 1st Sunday in April, last in Oct.]
1=disable; 0=enable.
Must be "0" for UL.
2 * 2 1 ENABLE SUPERVISION PULSES FOR LRR
TRIGGER OUTPUTS
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Enter the 4-digit callback code. (0-9 for each digit) This code is
required when the central station operator wants to initiate a 2-way
voice session after a session was terminated via callback option
(operator presses 88). Entering 0000 disables operator callback.
1 * 6 0 AAV MODULE SELECT
“0” must be entered when Ademco AAV VIM module is used.
Enter “1” only if another manufacturer’s AAV unit is used.
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O/C Systm
1 * 7 4 RELAY TIMEOUT XX MINUTES
1=enable; 0=disable; When disabled, display lights when any
key is pressed, and turns off after period of keypad inactivity.
1 * 5 9 VIM AUDIO CALLBACK ID
Chck Byps
1 * 7 1 12/24 HOUR TIME STAMP FORMAT
1 * 4 3 PERM. KEYPAD BACKLIGHT
1 * 4 4 WIRELESS KEYPAD
TAMPER DETECT ENABLE
Alrm
Used for supervised connection to 7920SE.
Enter 0 to disable or 1 to enable the listed outputs.
F= Fire; B= Burglary; S= Silent panic/duress
F
B
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VISTA-40 TWO-PARTITION PROGRAMMING FORM
Use the Two-Partition Programming Form if your system is set up for two partitions.
For single partition systems, use the form titled "VISTA-40 Single Programming Form."
IMPORTANT: A 2-Line Alpha keypad † is required for programming the VISTA-40.
† Throughout this manual, the term "alpha keypad" refers equally to the 6139 Alpha keypad or
6139AV Voice/Alpha keypad.
Make sure that one alpha keypad is connected to the control and is set to device address "00."
1. Enter Programming Mode (enter installer code + [8] + [0] + [0]).
2. Go to field 2*00 and enter "2" to set the system for two partitions.
When set for two partitions, there are some data fields that are system-wide (global) and some that are
"partition-specific." The partition-specific fields, shown shaded on the form, can be assigned different
values for each partition, and these fields are automatically skipped when programming system-wide
fields. To program partition-specific fields, see step 4 below.
3. Program the system-wide (global) data fields shown on the main portion of the programming form. These
include all fields except those shown shaded and Zone Response Type and Report Code fields, which
require using #93 Menu Mode to program (see step 5 below).
NOTE: zone response Type and Report Code fields will automatically appear during normal
programming, but must be skipped if the zone has not been previously programmed using #93 Menu
Mode (see step 5 below). These fields are bordered by a dotted line on the programming forms and
*02–*05 and 1*01–1*09 ASSIGN RESPONSE TYPES
include:
*54–*78 REPORT CODES
To skip these fields when they appear, press [*] plus the next data field number to be programmed. For
example, to skip fields *02–*05, press [*] plus "14." Field *14 ZONE 9 FAST/SLOW RESPONSE appears.
4. Program the partition-specific data fields by pressing *91 and entering the partition number you wish to
program. The first partition-specific field (*09 ENTRY DELAY #1) for that partition automatically appears.
Refer to the Partition-Specific section of this programming form when programming these fields for each
partition.
5. Enter #93 Menu Mode by pressing #93 while in programming mode, then do the following in the order
presented:
• Use the DEVICE PROG. prompts to program device addresses and characteristics.
• Use the ZONE PROG. prompts to program zone information.
• Use the RELAY PROG. prompts to program relay output information.
• Use the ALPHA PROG. prompts to program alpha descriptors.
• Use the SERIAL # PROG prompts to program sensor device serial numbers.
• Use RLY VOICE DESCR. prompts to program relay voice descriptors, if the 4285 Phone Module is
used.
• Use the CUSTOM INDEX prompts to program custom word substitutes, if the 4285 Phone Module is
used.
Refer to the #93 Menu Mode section of the separate INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS document for
detailed procedures when using #93 Menu Mode. A brief overview of this mode is provided later in this
document.
SUMMARY OF PROGRAMMING COMMANDS
• To enter program mode, enter installer code + [8] + [0] + [0]
• To set standard defaults, press * 9 7
• To set communication defaults, press *94 + one of the following: *80=low speed; *81=Ademco Express;
*82=Ademco High Speed; *83=Ademco's Contact ID
• To change to next page of program fields, press * 9 4
• To return to previous set of fields, press * 9 9
• To erase account & phone number field entries, press [* ] + field number + [* ]
• To assign zone descriptors, press #93 + follow menu prompts
• To add custom words, press #93 + follow menu prompts
• To enter Installer's Message, press #93 + follow menu prompts
• To exit program mode, press *99 OR *98: *99 allows re-access to programming mode by installer code.
*98 prevents re-access to programming mode by installer code.
Standard default (*97) values are shown in brackets [ ], otherwise default = 0.
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VISTA-40 TWO-PARTITION PROGRAMMING FORM
*0 0
INSTALLER CODE
[4140]
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*3 7
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Enter 4 digits, 0-9
Dialer System
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Shutdwn Shutdwn Used Bypass Disarm Arm
Program Program
*
See field 1 53 for Callback disable option; [1=enable]; 0=disable; For UL
installations, all options must be disabled.
*02 - *05 ASSIGN RESPONSE TYPE FOR ZONES
Skip these fields. Use #93 Menu Mode, Zone
Programming to program response types.
Refer to the Partition-Specific section of this
form for programming shaded fields.
* 0 9 ENTRY DELAY #1
Partition-Specific
* 1 0 EXIT DELAY #1
Partition-Specific
* 1 1 ENTRY DELAY #2
Partition-Specific
* 1 2 EXIT DELAY #2
Partition-Specific
* 1 3 ALARM SOUNDER DURATION
Partition-Specific
* 1 4 ZONE 9 FAST/SLOW RESPONSE
*3 8
*3 9
PREVENT ZONE XX BYPASS
OPEN/CLOSE FOR INSTALLER
*4 0
OPEN/CLOSE REPORTING FOR KEYSWITCH
*4 1
*4 2
KEYSWITCH ASSIGNMENT
CONFIRMATION OF ARMING DING Partition-Specific
AC LOSS KEYPAD SOUNDING
*4 4
*4 6
4285 PHONE MODULE ACCESS CODE
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PREVENT FIRE TIME-OUT
*4 7
KEYPAD PANIC ENABLES
MULTIPLE ALARMS
*2 4
IGNORE EXPANSION ZONE (RF, RPM) TAMPER
Partition-Specific
Partition-Specific
PRIMARY FORMAT
LOW SPEED FORMAT (Primary)
SECONDARY FORMAT
LOW SPEED FORMAT (Sec.)
0=Ademco Low Speed; 1=Sescoa/Radionics
*4 9
CHECKSUM VERIFICATION
1=yes; 0=no
*5 0
1=disable; 0=enable
Prim
Scndry
SESCOA/RADIONICS SELECT
1=Sescoa; 0=Radionics
LRR BURG.TRIGGER FOR TYPE 8
[1]
*5 1
1=enable; 0=disable
TEST REPORT INTERVAL
[024]
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DUAL REPORTING
1=yes; 0=no; If used with Spilt Reporting "1" option (1*34), alarms
go to both primary & secondary numbers, while all other reports go
to secondary only. If used with Split Reporting "2" option,
open/close and test messages go to both lines, while all other
reports go to primary.
INTELLIGENT TEST REPORTING
Set "0" for UL 1=yes, (no report sent if any other report was
recently sent); 0=no
*2 7
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0=Low Speed; 1=Contact ID; 2=Ademco High Speed; 3=Ademco
Express
*4 8
*2 2
*2 3
*2 6
RING DETECTION COUNT
0=Ademco Low Speed; 1=Sescoa/Radionics
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1=no timeout; 0=fire timeout
*2 5
[1]
0=Low Speed; 1=Contact ID; 2=Ademco High Speed; 3=Ademco
Express
RANDOMIZE AC LOSS REPORT
Enter 01-09 for 1st digit; 11( for T) or 12 (for #) for
[00]
[11]
2nd digit To disable voice module, enter 1st digit = 00 & 2nd digit = 11
*2 1
DIAL TONE DETECTION
01-14; 15=answering machine; 00=no detection; Do not set to 00 if
voice module is used.
* 45
UL AC LOSS SIREN
1=randomize 10-40 min.; 0=no
*2 0
DIAL TONE PAUSE
1=wait for true dial tone; 0=pause, then dial
1=yes; 0=no
*1 9
[1]
0=5 seconds; 1=11 seconds; 2=30 seconds; Must be "0" for UL.
*4 3
1=yes; 0=no
*1 8
NORMALLY CLOSED or EOLR (Zones 2-8)
1=N.C.loops; 0=EOLR supervision; Must be "0" for UL.
Enter partition in which keyswitch used, 1-2; 0=disable
*1 6
*1 7
Partition-Specific
Partition-Specific
1=enable; 0=disable
1=fast; 0= slow; "0" for UL.
*1 5
DOWNLOAD COMMAND ENABLES
0
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*5 2
STANDARD/EXPANDED REPORT FOR PRIMARY
Enter interval in hours, 001-199; 000=no report ; Max. 024 for UL.
*2 8
POWER UP IN PREVIOUS STATE
[1]
Alarm Rstr Bypass Trbl Opn/Cls Low Bat
0=standard; 1=expanded; Note: Expanded overrides 4+2 format.
1=yes; 0=no; "1" for UL.
* 29
QUICK ARM
*3 0
TOUCH-TONE OR ROTARY DIAL
Partition-Specific
*5 3
Alarm Rstr Bypass Trbl Opn/Cls Low Bat
0=standard; 1=expanded; Note: Expanded overrides 4+2 format.
1=TouchTone; 0=rotary
*3 1
PABX ACCESS CODE
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00-09; B-F (11-15)
*3 2
*3 3
PRIM. SUBS. ACCT #
PRIMARY PHONE NUMBER
Partition-Specific
*3 5
* 5 4 - * 57, * 5 9 - * 62, * 6 4 - * 67, * 6 9 - * 72, * 7 4 - * 7 7
ALARM REPORT CODE & ID DIGITS FOR ZONES
Skip these fields. Use #93 Menu Mode, Zone Programming
to assign report codes.
SUPV. & RESTORE CODES
*58 (zones 1-16) *63 (zones 17-32)
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Alrm Rst.
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Alrm Rst.
Enter 0-9 for each digit, or #11 (T), #12 (#), #13 (pause)
*3 4
STANDARD/EXPANDED REPORT FOR SECONDARY
SECONDARY PHONE NUMBER
*68
(zones 33-48)
*73
(zones 49-64)
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Alrm Rst.
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Alrm Rst.
Enter 0-9 for each digit, or #11 (T), #12 (#), #13 (pause)
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Trouble
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Trouble
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Trouble
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Trouble
DOWNLOAD PHONE No.
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Trble Rst.
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Trble Rst.
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Trble Rst.
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Trble Rst.
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Bypass
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Bypass
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Bypass
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Bypass
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Byps Rst.
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Byps Rst.
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Byps Rst.
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Byps Rst.
Enter 0-9 for each digit, or #11 (T), #12 (#), #13 (pause)
*3 6
DOWNLOAD ID No.
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Enter 00-09; A-F (10-15) [15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15]
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SUPV. & RESTORE CODES
*78 (zones 87-99)
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Alrm Rst.
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Trouble
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Trble Rst.
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Bypass
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Bypass Rst.
1 * 3 1 RF TRANSMITTER CHECK-IN INTERVAL[12]
1 * 3 2 RF RECEIVER TYPE
1=4281; 2=5881; 0=NONE
1 * 3 3 TOUCH-TONE W/ROTARY BACKUP ENABLE
1=enable; 0=disable
1 * 3 4 COMM. SPLIT REPORT SELECTION
0=no; 1=alarms primary, others secondary;
2=open/close, test secondary, others primary; See *51 for
comments.
ZONE TYPE RESTORE ENABLES 1=enable; 0=disable
* 7 9 FOR ZONE TYPES 1-8
*80 FOR TYPES 9–10
1
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02-15 times 2 hours; 00 disables transmitter supervision
Max. "6" (12 hr) for UL
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SYSTEM NON ALARM CODES
*8 1
*8 2
First Digit Second Digit
Close
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10
DIALER CODES ( Armed Stay, Time Set & Event Logging)
1 *4 0
1 *4 1
First Digit Second Digit
Armed STAY
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Time/Date set or event log reset
Second digit of each code
applies only to 4+2 or
expanded (fields *52 &
*53) formats.
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1 * 4 3 PERM. KEYPAD BACKLIGHT
Partition-Specific
Open
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Low Battery
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1 * 4 4 WIRELESS KEYPAD
TAMPER DETECT ENABLE
1 * 4 5 EXIT DELAY SOUNDING
Low Bat Res
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1 * 4 6 AUXILIARY OUTPUT MODE
AC Loss
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AC Restore
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1 * 4 7 CHIME ON EXT SIREN
Test
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1 * 4 8 WIRELESS KEYPAD ASSIGNMENT
Power
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1 * 4 9 SUPPRESS TX SUPERVISION SOUND
Cancel
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Prog. Tamp.
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1=enable; 0=disable
Partition-Specific
0=ground start; 1=open/close trigger; 2=keypad sounding
3=Non-Ademco AAV unit trigger
Partition-Specific
0=disable; enter partition in which RF keypad used, 1-2.
*8 3
FIRST TEST REPORT TIME
1 * 5 2 SEND CANCEL IF ALARM + OFF Partition-Specific
1 * 5 3 DOWNLOAD CALLBACK
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[Day 00; hour 12; min 00] Days 01-07 Hours 00-23 Min 00-59;
00 in all boxes=instant (Day 01= Monday)
*8 4
*8 5
*8 6
SWINGER SUPPRESSION
ENABLE DIALER REPORTS
FOR PANICS & DURESS
1=callback not required; 0=callback required; Must be "0" for UL.
1 * 5 7 ENABLE 5800 RF BUTTON GLOBAL ARM
Enter "1" to have the system arm/disarm following the button's
user's global arm settings. Enter "0" if the button is not to be used
to global arm the system.
Partition-Specific
Partition-Specific
1 * 5 8 ENABLE 5800 RF BUTTON FORCE BYPASS
If zone is faulted after pressing button, keypad will beep once.
User should press button again within 4 sec. to force bypass
those zones. Enter 1 if force bypass is desired. Enter 0 if not
desired.
4208 MODULE ZONE ASSIGNMENT
1=allows 8 zone numbers (10-17) on one module, but prevents any
other polling loop expansion 0=Otherwise
*8 7
*8 8
ENTRY WARNING
BURG. ALARM COMM. DELAY
*8 9
RESTORE REPORT TIMING
Partition-Specific
Partition-Specific
1 * 5 9 VIM AUDIO CALLBACK ID
2nd SUBS. ACCT #
Partition-Specific
“0” must be entered when Ademco AAV VIM module is used.
Enter “1” only if another manufacturer’s AAV unit is used.
1 *7 0
Chck
Byps
O/C
Systm
1 * 7 1 12/24 HOUR TIME STAMP FORMAT
1 * 7 4 RELAY TIMEOUT XX MINUTES
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Enter the relay timeout, 0-127 in multiples of 2 minutes, desired
for #93 Menu Mode Relay Programming output command "56".
1 * 2 9 RF TX LOW BATTERY REPORT ENABLE
1 * 7 5 RELAY TIMEOUT YY SECONDS
1=enable; 0=disable
Must be "1" for UL
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Enter the relay timeout, 0-127 seconds, desired for #93 Menu
Mode Relay Programming command "57".
[06]
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1 * 7 6 ACCESS CONTROL
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EVENT LOG TYPES
1=enable logging; 0=disable Alrm
1=immediate; 0=when disarmed; Must be "1" for UL
02-15 times 2 hours; 00 disables supervision
Max. "6" (12 hr) for UL
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0=12 hour; 1=24 hour
MISCELLANEOUS WIRELESS OPTIONS
1 * 2 8 RF TX LOW BATTERY SOUND
1 * 3 0 RF RCVR CHECK-IN INTERVAL
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1 * 6 0 AAV MODULE
2nd Page Programming Fields (press * 9 4 )
1*01 - 1*09 ASSIGN RESPONSE TYPE FOR ZONES
Skip these fields. Use #93 Menu Mode, Zone
Programming to assign response types
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Enter the 4-digit callback code. (0-9 for each digit) This code is
required when the central station operator wants to initiate a 2way voice session after a session was terminated via callback
option (operator presses 88). Entering 0000 disables operator
callback.
0=instant; 1=at bell timeout; 2=at disarm
*9 0
[1]
1=disable; 0=enable. Must be "0" for UL.
Partition-Specific
VISTA-40 TWO-PARTITION PROGRAMMING FORM
3rd Page Programming Fields (press * 94)
2 * 0 0 NUMBER OF PARTITIONS
[1]
Enter 2 for two partition systems.
2 * 0 1 DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME
START/END MONTH
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Start
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End
00-12; if no daylight savings time, enter 00,00; default=04,10]
2 * 0 2 DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME
START/END WEEKEND #
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Start | End
Enter 1-7. 1=first; 2=second; 3=third; 4=fourth; 5=last; 6=next to
last; 7=3rd from last [1,5; 1st Sunday in April, last in Oct.]
2 * 1 7 NUMBER OF CODES PER PARTITION
Enter 01-69. Total must be less than or equal to 70.
[Default=69 in part. 1; 01 in partition 2]
1
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2
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2 * 1 8 ENABLE GOTO FOR THIS PARTITIONPartition-Specific
2 * 1 9 USE PARTITION DESCRIPTORS
0=disable; 1=enable
2 * 2 0 ENABLE J7 TRIGGERS BY PARTITIONPartition-Specific
2 * 2 1 ENABLE SUPERVISION PULSES FOR LRR
TRIGGER OUTPUTS
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Used for supervised connection to 7920SE.
Enter 0 to disable or 1 to enable the listed outputs.
F= Fire; B= Burglary; S= Silent panic/duress
F
B
S
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VISTA-40 TWO-PARTITION PROGRAMMING FORM
PARTITION-SPECIFIC FIELDS
(PARTITION #1)
To
1.
2.
3.
4.
program these fields,
Press *91 to select a partition.
Enter a partition-specific field number (ex. *09).
Repeat steps 1 & 2 for each partition in the system.
To return to the global program fields, enter a global field number.
PARTITION # 1 PROGRAM FIELDS
1st Page Fields
*0 9
2nd Page Fields
ENTRY DELAY #1
[02]
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[03]
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[06]
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[08]
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1 * 4 3 PERM. KEYPAD BACKLIGHT
(00-15 times 15 seconds)
*1 0
EXIT DELAY #1
1=enable; 0=disable; When disabled, display lights when any
key is pressed, and turns off after period of keypad inactivity.
1 * 4 5 EXIT DELAY SOUNDING
(00-15 times 15 seconds)
*1 1
ENTRY DELAY #2
*1 2
EXIT DELAY #2
1=enable; 0=disable; Produces quick beeping during exit delay if
enabled.
(00-15 times 15 seconds)
1 * 4 7 CHIME ON EXT SIREN
1=enable; 0=disable
(00-15 times 15 seconds)
*1 3
ALARM SOUNDER DURATION
[04]
1 * 5 2 SEND CANCEL IF ALARM + OFF
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1=no restriction; 0=within Bell Timeout period only
01-15 times 2 minutes. Minimum 4 minutes for UL.
*1 6
1 * 7 6 ACCESS CONTROL RELAY FOR PARTITION
CONFIRMATION OF ARMING DING
1=enable; 0=disable
*2 2
KEYPAD PANIC ENABLES
[0-0-1]
1=enable; 0=disable
*2 3
95
96
MULTIPLE ALARMS
99
QUICK ARM
3rd Page Fields
2 * 1 8 ENABLE GOTO FOR THIS PARTITION
[1]
1=enable; 0=disable
1=yes; 0=no
*2 9
2 * 2 0 ENABLE J7 TRIGGERS by PARTITION
[1]
PRIMARY SUBSCRIBER ACCT #
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*3 8
PREVENT ZONE XX BYPASS
Enter 00-09; B-F (11-15)
[15 15 15 15]
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01-64; 00 if all zones (except Fire zones) can be bypassed
*3 9
ENABLE OPEN/CLOSE REPORT
FOR INSTALLER CODE 1=enable; 0=disable
*8 4
SWINGER SUPPRESSION
[03]
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01-15 alarms; Must be "00" (disabled) for UL.
*8 5
ENABLE DIALER REPORTS
FOR PANICS & DURESS
95 96
99 Duress
1=enable; 0=disable
*8 7
ENTRY WARNING
[1]
1=continuous; 0=3 beeps
*8 8
BURG. ALARM COMM. DELAY
1=16 seconds; 0=no delay
*9 0
SECONDARY SUBSCRIBER ACCT #
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Enter 00-09; B-F (11-15)
[15 15 15 15]
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0=disable for displayed partition; 1=enable for displayed partition
1=yes; 0=no
*3 2
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Enter relay number that will be pulsed for 2 seconds whenever
code + [0] is pressed. Enter 00-08 00=none
VISTA-40 TWO-PARTITION PROGRAMMING FORM
PARTITION-SPECIFIC FIELDS
(PARTITION #2)
To
1.
2.
3.
4.
program these fields,
Press *91 to select a partition.
Enter a partition-specific field number (ex. *09).
Repeat steps 1 & 2 for each partition in the system.
To return to the global program fields, enter a global field number.
PARTITION # 2 PROGRAM FIELDS
1st Page Fields
*0 9
2nd Page Fields
ENTRY DELAY #1
[02]
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[03]
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[06]
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[08]
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1 * 4 3 PERM. KEYPAD BACKLIGHT
(00-15 times 15 seconds)
*1 0
EXIT DELAY #1
1=enable; 0=disable; When disabled, display lights when any
key is pressed, and turns off after period of keypad inactivity.
1 * 4 5 EXIT DELAY SOUNDING
(00-15 times 15 seconds)
*1 1
ENTRY DELAY #2
1=enable; 0=disable; Produces quick beeping during exit delay if
enabled.
(00-15 times 15 seconds)
*1 2
1 * 4 7 CHIME ON EXT SIREN
EXIT DELAY #2
1=enable; 0=disable
(00-15 times 15 seconds)
*1 3
1 * 5 2 SEND CANCEL IF ALARM + OFF
ALARM SOUNDER DURATION
[04]
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1=no restriction; 0=within Bell Timeout period only
01-15 times 2 minutes. Minimum 4 minutes for UL.
*1 6
1 * 7 6 ACCESS CONTROL RELAY FOR PARTITION
CONFIRMATION OF ARMING DING
1=enable; 0=disable
*2 2
KEYPAD PANIC ENABLES
[0-0-1]
1=enable; 0=disable
*2 3
3rd Page Fields
95
96
MULTIPLE ALARMS
99
2 * 1 8 ENABLE GOTO FOR THIS PARTITION
[1]
1=enable; 0=disable
1=yes; 0=no
*2 9
QUICK ARM
2 * 2 0 ENABLE J7 TRIGGERS by PARTITION
[1]
PRIMARY SUBSCRIBER ACCT #
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Enter 00-09; B-F (11-15)
*3 8
[15 15 15 15]
PREVENT ZONE XX BYPASS
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01-64; 00 if all zones (except Fire zones) can be bypassed
*3 9
ENABLE OPEN/CLOSE REPORT
FOR INSTALLER CODE 1=enable; 0=disable
*8 4
SWINGER SUPPRESSION
[03]
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01-15 alarms [15]; Must be "00" (disabled) for UL.
*8 5
ENABLE DIALER REPORTS
FOR PANICS & DURESS
95
96
99 Duress
1=enable; 0=disable
*8 7
ENTRY WARNING
[1]
1=continuous; 0=3 beeps
*8 8
BURG. ALARM COMM. DELAY
1=16 seconds; 0=no delay
*9 0
SECONDARY SUBSCRIBER ACCT #
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Enter 00-09; B-F (11-15)
[15 15 15 15]
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[1]
0=disable for displayed partition; 1=enable for displayed partition
1=yes; 0=no
*3 2
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Enter relay number that will be pulsed for 2 seconds whenever
code + [0] is pressed. Enter 00-08 00=none
PROGRAMMING WITH #93 MENU MODE
(Overview*)
N O T E : The following fields should be preset before beginning: 2 * 00 Number of Partitions;
1 * 32 Receiver Type. In addition, receivers should be programmed via Device
programming.
* Refer to the #93 Menu Mode section of the separate INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS document for detailed
programming procedures with this mode.
After programming all system related programming fields in the usual way, press #93 while still in programming
mode to display the first choice of the menu driven programming functions. Press 0 (NO) or 1 (YES) in response to
the displayed menu selection. Pressing 0 will display the next choice in sequence. Menu selections are as follows:
ZONE PROG?
0=No
1=Yes
For programming the following:
• Zone Number
• Zone Response Type
• Hardwired zone
• Wireless Zone (type RF, UR or BR)
• Right/left Loop Zone
• Serial number RPM zone
• Partition Number for Zone
• Dialer report code for zone
SERIAL PROG?
0=no
1=yes
For entering (enrolling) 5800 transmitter & serial number polling loop device serial
numbers into the system.
ALPHA PROG?
0=no
1=yes
For entering alpha descriptors for the following:
• Zone Descriptors
• Installer's Message
• Custom Words
• Partition Descriptors
• Relay Descriptors
DEVICE PROG?
0=no
1=yes
For defining the following device characteristics for addressable devices, including
keypads, RF receivers (4281/5881) and 4204 output relay modules:
• Device Address
• Device Type
• Device's Home Partition
• Keypad Options
• 4285 Phone Module
• 2-Way VIM Module
RELAY PROG?
0=no
1=yes
For defining output relay functions.
RLY VOICE DESCR?
0=no
1=yes
For entering voice descriptors to be used with voice module functions.
CUSTOM INDEX #?
0=no
1=yes
For creating custom word substitutes for voice module annunciation.
#93 MENU MODE KEY COMMANDS
The following is a list of commands used while in the menu mode.
#93
Enters Menu mode
[*]
Serves as ENTER key. Press to have keypad accept entry.
[#]
Backs up to previous screen.
0
Press to answer NO
1
Press to answer YES
01-99
All data entries are 2-digit entries.
00
Escapes from menu mode, back into field programming mode.
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CHANGING ZONE RESPONSE TYPE AND
REPORT CODE DATA FIELDS (Expert Mode)
•
Because the VISTA-40 supports various types of input devices (such as button type transmitters, serial
number polling loop devices, etc.), zone characteristics, including zone response types and report codes,
must be initially programmed using #93 Menu Mode. However, once a zone has been programmed,
changes in response type or report code can be made using the respective data fields. This section lists
these fields.
• Zone Response Type and Report Code fields will automatically appear during normal programming, but
must be skipped if the zone has not been previously programmed. These fields include:
*02 - *05 and 1*01 - 1*09 ASSIGN RESPONSE TYPES
*54 - *78 REPORT CODES
To program these fields:
1. Enter Program Mode (enter installer code + [8] + [0] + [0]).
2. Press [*] followed by the data field you wish to program.
3. Refer to the following list of fields when programming Zone Response Types and/or Report Codes.
4. Press *99 to exit program mode when programming is complete.
ZONE RESPONSE TYPE FIELDS
Response Types:
00 = Disabled zone
01 = Entry/Exit #1
02 = Entry/Exit #2
03 = Perimeter
04 = Interior Follower
05 = Day/Night
06 = 24 hour Silent Alarm
07 = 24 hour Audible Alarm
08 = 24 hour Auxiliary
09 = Fire
10 = Interior, Delay
20 = Arm stay
21 = Arm away
22 = Disarm
23= No alarm response
*02 - *05 ASSIGN RESPONSE TYPE FOR ZONES 1-27
ASSIGN RESPONSE TYPE FOR ZONES
(Enter 00-10; see Response Types below) see fields 1*01-1*Q09 to
program response types for zones 28-87.
*0 2
*0 3
*0 4
Notes:
Use of 1 or 2 RF RCVRs requires enabling their
respective faults (88-91) as troubles (type 5).
Enter 00 if no annunciation is desired.
88 & 90 = RCVR not receiving transmitter signals.
89 & 91 = RCVR not responding, bad conn. to panel.
87 = voice module supervision (type 05)
93 = VIM supervision (type 05)
(Enter 00-10; see Response Types below)
*0 5
1*0 1
28
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1 *0 2
33
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1 *0 3
41
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1 *0 4
49
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1 *0 5
57
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29
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34
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42
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50
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58
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30
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35
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43
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51
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59
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31
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36
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44
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52
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60
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32
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37
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45
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53
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61
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38
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46
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54
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62
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1
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[9]
9
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17
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25
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2
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[3]
10
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18
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26
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3
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[3]
11
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19
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27
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4
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[3]
12
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20
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5
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[3]
13
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21
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97
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poll loop short
6
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[3]
14
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22
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95
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(1+* or A panic)
7
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[3]
15
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23
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96
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(3+ # or C panic)
39
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47
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55
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63
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8
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[3]
16
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24
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99
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(* + # or B panic)
40
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48
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56
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64
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0|0
1*0 9
87
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Voice Module
88
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2nd RCVR
89
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2nd RCVR
90
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1st RCVR
91
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1st RCVR
0|0
93
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VIM
CHANGING ZONE RESPONSE TYPE AND
REPORT CODE DATA FIELDS
REPORT CODE FIELDS
ALARM REPORT CODE & ID DIGITS FOR ZONES 1-32 &
SUPV. & RESTORE CODES [All codes default to 00]
* 54 CODE * 55 I D
* 56 CODE * 57 I D
*5 8
1
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9
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Alarm Rst.
2
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10
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Trouble
3
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11
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Trble Rst.
4
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12
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Bypass
5
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13
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Bypss
ALARM REPORT CODE & ID DIGITS FOR ZONES 81-87, RF
RCVRs & PANICS, & THEIR SUPV. & RESTORE CODES
[All codes default to 00]
* 76 CODE * 77 I D
* 74 CODE * 75 I D
87
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89
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88
90
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91
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Duress
93
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VIM
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Rst.
6
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14
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97
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Poll loop short
7
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15
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95
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(panic key 1+*)
8
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16
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96
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( panic key 3+#)
99
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( panic key
* 59 CODE * 60 I D
17
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* 61 C O D E * 62 I D
25
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18
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26
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19
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27
20
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21
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22
*6 3
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Alarm Rst.
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Trouble
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Alarm Rst. receiving transmitter signals.
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Trble Rst.
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Trouble
28
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Bypass
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Trble Rst.
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29
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Bypss
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Bypass
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30
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Bypass Rst.
23
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31
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24
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32
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*7 8
Rst.
ALARM REPORT CODE & ID DIGITS FOR ZONES 33-64 &
SUPV. & RESTORE CODES [All codes default to 00]
* 64 CODE * 65 I D
* 66 CODE * 67 I D
*6 8
33
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41
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Alarm Rst.
34
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Bypass
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* + #)
NOTES: 97= Poll Loop Short; 88 & 90 = RCVR not
89 & 91 = RCVR not responding, bad conn. to
panel. 87 = 4285 phone module supervision
93 = VIM supervision
SYSTEM LAYOUT WORKSHEETS
As with any security system, you should first define the installation. This includes determining how many partitions
will be used, how many zones per partition, and how many users per partition. You will also need to determine what
peripheral devices will be needed, and basic system options such as exit/entry delays, etc. The control panel itself
should be located in an area that will facilitate wire runs to all partitions, and will allow access to power and
telephone circuits.
To help you layout a partitioned system, use the following worksheet. This will further
simplify the programming process.
PARTITIONS
Partition #
# of Users
(69 max.*)
Descriptor
(4 char max)
Prim.
Sub. #
Sec.
Sub. #
Alpha Default Message
(32 character maximum)
Partition 1
Partition 2
Keyswitch Arming Partition Assignment (1-2):
Wireless Keypad Partition Assignment (1-2):
VIM 2-Way Voice Module Mode (0-3):
0=automatic
1=part 1 only
2=part 2 only
3=all
Use Partition Descriptor (yes/no)?
* At least one user is assigned per partition, regardless of whether or not that partition is actually used. A maximum
of 70 user codes can be programmed in the system.
COMMUNICATION OPTIONS BY PARTITION
Option
Swinger Suppression Count 00-15; 00=no suppression
Cancel Report After Disarm
Dialer Reports for Panic (A or * + 1)
Dialer Reports for Panic (C or # + 3)
Dialer Reports for Panic (B or * + #)
Dialer Reports for Duress
Burglary Alarm Communications Delay (16 sec.)
part 1
(enter yes/no)
part. 2
SYSTEM DEFINITIONS BY PARTITION (enter values or yes/no)
Option
Entry Delay #1 (15-225 seconds):
Exit Delay #1 (15-225 seconds):
Entry Delay #2 (15-225 seconds):
Exit Delay #2 (15-225 seconds):
Quick Arming
Multiple Alarms per Arming
Keypad Panic for zone 95 (A or * + 1)
Keypad Panic for zone 96 (C or # + 3)
Keypad Panic for zone 99 (B or * + #)
Allow Sign-on (GOTO function)
Non-Bypassable Zone (can be any zone 1-64)
Sounder Timeout Duration (2 min. increments)
Keypad Annunciation During Entry**
Keypad Annunciation During Exit
Confirmation of Arming (ding)
Chime on External Siren
Access Control Relay (field 1*76)
part 1
part. 2
**no= 3 beeps
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yes=continuous
DEVICES (Keypads, 4204, etc.)
VIM VOICE INTERFACE MODULE OPTIONS
ADDRESSABLE DEVICE OPTIONS
Device Type Home
Sounder†
Voice††
Address
Partition
Option
Keypad #
Device Address (01-15):
VIM
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
0=auto; 1=part. 1;
2=part. 2; 3=All mode
Max. 2-Way Timeout (0-3):
0=5 min; 1=10 min; 2=15
min; 3=no timeout
Chime Others (0, 1):
0=no; 1=yes
VIM Text (0, 1):
0=no; 1=yes
VIM AC Loss (0,1):
0=no; 1=yes
Auto Callback (0, 1)
0=no; 1=yes
6139AV VOICE/ALPHA KEYPAD OPTIONS
Voice
Keypad #
† Device type 1, 2 and 8 only.
†† 6139AV Voice/Alpha keypads only (device type 8)
Do not enter identical Voice Keypad # for keypads in the same
partition or when using "All" mode.
Maximum of six 6139AV keypads per system.
Keypad Sounder Options:
00 = no suppression
01 = suppress arm/disarm and entry/exit beeps
02 = suppress chime mode beeps only
03 = suppress arm/disarm, entry/exit, chime mode beeps
Device
Type:
Partition(0-3):
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0 = device not used, 1 = alpha keypad,
2 = fixed-word keypad, 3 = RF receiver,
4 = Output Relay module, 5 = 4285 phone
module, 6 = future use, 7 = VIM module,
8 = 6139AV voice/alpha keypad
Device Keypad
Address Partition
Sound
Option
Keypad's
Physical Location
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
NOTE: If using "All" mode (mode "3"), make sure there are no
duplicate Voice Keypad numbers between the partitions since
this means that more than one voice keypad will be on at the
same time (i.e., Voice Keypad number "1" in partition 1 and
Voice Keypad number "1" in partition 2 is invalid). This does
not apply if using partition modes "0", "1" or "2."
ACCESS CODES & USER DEFINITIONS FOR PARTITIONS 1-2
4-digit
Security
Code
RF
Key?
Y/N
Authority Levels:
2-digit
User #
Partition 1
Global
Auth.
Arm?
Level
Open/
Close
2-digit
User #
Partition 2
Global
Auth.
Arm?
level
1=master (arm, disarm, bypass, and/or modify lower level users)
2=manager (arm, disarm, bypass, and/or modify lower level users)
3=operator A (arm, disarm, bypass)
4=operator B (arm, disarm)
5=operator C (arm, disarm only if system was armed with this code)
6=duress code (arm, disarm, triggers silent panic alarm)
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Open/
Close
NOTES
ZONE DEFINITIONS FOR ZONES 1–24
DIP
Zone
No.
1
DIP
Parti- RF Trans. Type † Ser. RPM RPM Hard
Zone tion
RF UR BR RPM† left lp rght lp Wired Report
Type (1-2) typ 3 typ 4 typ 5 typ 6 typ 7 typ 8 typ 1 Code
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
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† Enter loop number on module
Loop number must be “1” for hardwire and DIP devices)
Zone Information (part numbers) &
Alpha Descriptor (3 words max.)
ZONE DEFINITIONS FOR ZONES 25–48
DIP
Zone
No.
25
DIP
Parti- RF Trans. Type† Ser. RPM RPM Hard
Zone tion
RF UR BR RPM† left lp rght lp Wired Report
Type (1-2) typ 3 typ 4 typ 5 typ 6 typ 7 typ 8 typ 1 Code
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
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† Enter loop number on module
Loop number must be “1” for hardwire and DIP devices)
Zone Information (part numbers) &
Alpha Descriptor (3 words max.)
ZONE DEFINITIONS FOR ZONES 49–64
DIP
Zone
No.
49
† Enter loop number on module
DIP
Parti- RF Trans. Type† Ser. RPM RPM Hard
Zone tion
RF UR BR RPM† left lp rght lp Wired Report
Type (1-2) typ 3 typ 4 typ 5 typ 6 typ 7 typ 8 typ 1 Code
Loop number must be 1 for hardwire and DIP devices)
Zone Information (part numbers) &
Alpha Descriptor (3 words max.)
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
Zone Types:
00=zone not used
01=entry/exit 1
02=entry/exit 2
03=perimeter
04=interior (follower)
05=day/night burglary 10=interior (delay)
06=24 hour silent
20=arm stay
07=24 hour audible
21=arm away
08=24 hour auxiliary
22=disarm
09=supervised fire
23=no alarm response
REPORTS TO CENTRAL STATION
Option
No (4) Yes (4)
Armed Stay
Time/Date Reset
®
Option
Alarm
Trouble
Bypass
Open/Close
System
EVENT LOG TYPES
No (4)
Yes (4)
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