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1 Vista-20P Series WebCast Welcome to the Vista-20P Control Panel tutorial.Vista-20P Series WebCast
2 IntroductionThis course will cover programming and features on the Vista-20P throughout, with several slides that explain and compare the Vista-20P with the Vista-10P and Vista-15P.In this tutorial you will learn the followingThe basic panel features, Mechanics of programming, programming locations, *56 Zone Programming Mode, *79 Output Device Mapping, *80 Output function programming and Security code setup.
3 Series Comparison 48 zones maximum (any configuration) Vista-20PVista-15PVista-10PMax Zones483222Standard wired zones86Zone Doubling15Max Wired Expansion40Max Wireless (5800)2616Keyfob zonesProgrammable outputs4on-board Voltage triggers2Zone Lists12109Pager Support1Event Log10050User Codes33AUI consoles48 zones maximum (any configuration)8 wired zones standard15 wired zones using zone doubling40 max wired expansion (4219/4229)40 max wireless (5800 series)16 Keyfob zones (do not count in 48 max)but will use up points on the receiver.16 Programmable outputs (4204/4229/X10)2 on-board voltage triggers20P rev5+ = 4 Symphony (AUI) Consoles12 zone listsZL3 = chime by zoneZL4 = cross zonesZL5 = night stay zonesZL9-12 = zones to send to pagerPager support (up to 4)Fully downloadable100 event log (view via keypad or downloader)
4 Agenda Basic Panel Features Mechanics of Programming Programming Locations*56 Zone Programming*79 Output Device Mapping*80 Defining Output FunctionsSecurity Codes – Authority Levels & Special FeaturesIn this tutorial you will learn the followingThe basic panel features, Mechanics of programming, programming locations, *56 Zone Programming Mode, *79 Output Device Mapping, *80 Output function programming and Security code setup.
5 Features Unvacated auto stay Cross zoning Night arming Carbon monoxide zone typeDynamic zone typeSchedulingVent ZoneAutomatic Periodic Test CommandSIA compliantListed here are a few other unique features.Unvacated auto stay, if you arm the system away and do not open an entry exit door it will arm stayCross zoning, it takes a fault on more than one zone to activate an alarmNight arming, allows part of your interior zones active when armed, example you may want the 1st floor motions to be active at night.Carbon Monoxide zone type, will pulse the bell output and can not be bypassed.Dynamic zone type, this zone type will beep the keypad when activated and when restored will clear from the keypad with out a code entry.Scheduling, allows you to program times to automatically arm, disarm, and activate outputs.Vent zone, allows the panel to be armed with the zone faulted, when the zone restores it will become protectedAutomatic periodic test command, allows you to enter a command outside of programming to enable test reportsSIA, is a false alarm reduction standard
6 ANSI/SIA CPA FALSE ALARM REDUCTION standard, calls for manufacturer’s to default control panels as follows:60 second exit delay30 second entry delay plus 30 second dialer delayAuto Stay arming enabledCancel verify option is enabled (displays on keypad)Swinger suppression defaulted to 1 report per zone per armed periodA N S I/ S I A is a false alarm reduction standard that calls for manufacturer’s to default control panels with the listed parameters.
8 Mechanics of Programming Entering Program Mode - Use one of the following methods to enter Programming Mode:1. Press both the [*] and [#] keys at the same time, within 50 seconds after power is applied to the Control.2. After power-up, enter the Installer Code (4112) + 800(If *98 was used to exit previously, method 1 above must be used to enter the program mode again)Note: When connecting a console to a defaulted panel, the console must be set to address 16. This will be covered later.To Enter Programming:The First method is to depress * & # at the same time during the first 50 seconds of power up.The Second method for entering programming is by pressing the installer code , the default installer code is so to enter programming with the default installer code you would pressNote that if *98 was used to exit previously, method 1 must be used to enter the program mode again.Upon entry into programming mode, data field *20 will be displayed, and both the Armed and Ready LED’s will flash.
9 Defaulting To default the panel you will enter: [ * ] + 9 + 7 Upon entering programming for the first time, it is recommended that you default the panel.To set the panel for first time communication with Compass Downloading Software you will enter:[ * ]CSID = FFFFFFFFPrimary Subscriber Account Number = FFFFTo default the panel press * 9 7 and then pick one of the 4 default tables.Please refer to your installation instructions for table listings.It is recommended that you default the panel before doing any programming, this will insure that the panel is at the default setting you select.To default the panels CSID and account for first time communications with Compass Downloader Software, press * 9 6.This entry will set the CSID and Primary subscriber account numbers to all F’s.Note: If your downloader requires a call back phone number Refer to field *94 in your programming form.Note: If your downloader requires a call back phone number, refer to field *94 in your programming form.
10 Mechanics of Programming * 20 Installer CodeEnter 4 digits, 0 – 9To change the Installer’s Code you would enter Programming mode, then press *20, then the new code.The factory default Installer Code isYou can change this code in programming by pressing * 2 0 followed by the new 4 digit code.You can view this code in programming by pressing # 2 0To view what is in field 20 you would enter #20, the panel will display the location contents one digit at a time.
11 Mechanics of Programming Exiting Program Mode:*98 prevents re-entry into the Programming modes using the Installer Code.*99 allows re-entry into the Programming modes using Installer Code (4112) + 800Note: If *98 is used to exit programming mode, the system must be powered down, AC and Battery, then press * & # simultaneously within 50 seconds of power up to re-enter programming.To Exit Programming there are 2 methods:*98 Exits programming mode and prevents re-entry by installer code*99 Exits programming mode and allows re-entry by installer codeNote: If *98 is used to exit programming mode, the system must be powered down, AC and Battery, then press * & # simultaneously within 50 seconds of power up to re-enter programming.
12 Vista-20P Series Programming Locations Programming Locations, In this section you will learn about some of the common programming fields.Vista-20P Series Programming Locations
13 Entry/Exit Programming *34 Exit Delay*35 Entry Delay #1*36 Entry Delay #2[ 60,60 ]Part Part. 2= 0-96 Sec.97 = 120 Sec.[ 30,30 ]Part Part. 2= 0-96 Sec.97 = 120 Sec.98 = 180 Sec.99 = 240 Sec.*34 Exit delay, the system waits the time entered before arming entry/exit zones.*35 and 36 Entry Delay, Upon entering, the system must be disarmed before the time entered expires, or it sounds an alarm.Entry Delay #2 could be used for an entry that would take you longer to reach the keypad for disarming[ 30,30 ]Part Part. 2Same entry choices as *35
14 Communication Programming *41 Primary Phone Number*42 Second Phone Number…Enter up to 20 digits…Enter up to 20 digits*43 P1 Primary Account Number*44 P1 Second Account Number*41 and 42 Phone numbers, You can enter up to 20 digits, If entering fewer than 20 digits, exit by pressing **43 and 44 Partition 1, Primary and Secondary account numbers, Enter 4 or 10 digits, depending on selection in *48 Report format field.4 or 10 Digits[ FFFF ]4 or 10 Digits[ FFFF ]
15 Communication Programming *45 P2 Primary Account Number*46 P2 Second Account Number*48 Report Format4 or 10 Digits[ FFFF ]4 or 10 Digits[ FFFF ][ 7,7 ]*45 and 46 are the Partition 2 Primary and Secondary account numbers.*48 Report Format, The first digit entry is for primary phone number, second digit for secondary phone number.Note, for 10 digit Contact ID you must enter all 10 digits for the account number and 4 digit Contact ID you must enter all 4 digits for the account number.Prim Sec.0 = 3+1, 4+1 Ademco L/S Stand = 4+2 Ademco Express1 = 3+1, 4+1 Radionics Stand = 4-digit Ademco Contact ID2 = 4+2 Ademco L/S Stand = 3+1, 4+1 Ademco L/S Stand.3 = 4+2 Radionics Stand = 3+1, 4+1 Radionics Expanded5 = 10-Digit Ademco Contact ID
16 Backup Communications *29 Long Range Radio Output[ 0 ]0 = No1 = Yes*29 Menu Mode for IP/GSM Enable (rev 7+)This is a Menu Mode command, not a data field, for programming IP/GSM options.Enable IP/GSM?0= NO 1=YESEnable INT IP/GSM?0 = no, not using either IP or GSM1 = yes, Using IP and/or GSM module[*] to continue*29 Long Range Radio Output, an entry here will enable communication with an AlarmNet Communicator.Programming/Diagnostics Select1 = Prog (program the IP/GSM options)2 = Diag (enter diagnostic mode) Do not select if using an external comm device0 = Quit; returns to data field programming mode1=PROG 2=DIAG0=QUIT
17 *29 Menu Mode Keypad Functions Internal Device Programming Prompts[∗] = scroll the options of a particular prompt[#] = accept the entry and move to the next prompt[A] = backspace or shift-[A] for escape[B] = scroll to next prompt or shift-[B] scroll to previous prompt[C] = answer No or shift-[C] answer Yes to prompt[D] = shift keySet to confirm, If 1 is entered, you will be prompted to confirm each transmitter after entering the serial and loop numbers. Or press * to continue.Enter the zone number that you wish to program. Zone 10 has been entered in the example display. The press * and a summary display appears.I N L appears for wireless zones and indicates input type and loop.I N A D appears for hardwire expansion zones A W and indicates the module’s address which is based on the zone number.H W R T appears for hardwire zones and indicates configuration and response time selection.
18 Backup Communications *54 Dynamic Signaling Delay*55 Dynamic Signaling Priority[ 0 ]0 = No delay (Both signals sent)1-15 = delay times in 15 sec. increments1 = 15 Sec. 2 = 30 Sec. Etc.Note: if *55 is set to “0”, use min. 30 sec to avoid redundant IP report.*54 Dynamic Signaling Delay, enter the delay time between sending programmed events to the primary and LRR output.*55 Dynamic Signaling Priority, this option selects whether the programmed signals will be sent with the dialer first or the LRR first.[ 0 ]0 = Primary Dialer first1 = IP/GSM module first
19 (see program sheet for complete list of options) System Setup*84 Auto Stay Arm*85 Cross Zone Timer*93 Reports in ArmedPeriod Per Zone 0=no, 1=partition 1 only2=partition 2 only, 3=both partitionsIf enabled, the system will automatically change AWAY mode to STAY mode if the entry/exit door is not opened and closed within the exit delay time after the user arms in AWAY mode from a wired keypad. 0=15 sec.(Assign cross zones on zone list 4, with *81 Menu mode)*84 Auto Stay Arm, this option is enabled for partition 1 by default, If enabled, the system will automatically change AWAY mode to STAY mode if the entry/exit door is not opened and closed within the exit delay time after the user arms in AWAY mode from a wired keypad.*85 Cross zone timer, sets the maximum amount of time in which two cross zones must be tripped in an armed system to send an alarm.Cross zones must be set up in Zone List 4.*93 Reports in Armed Period Per Zone, By default this entry is 1 report in armed period per zone. This means that the panel will only report an alarm on a single zone one time during a single armed period, this is to reduce traffic to the central station.(see program sheet for complete list of options) 0=Unlimited Reports1=1 report per2=2 reports per
20 Pager Information….*160 Pager 1 Phone No.Enter up to 20 digits7-digit status code: XXX-YYYYXXX = 3-digit event code:911 = Alarm811 = Trouble101 = Opening (disarm)102 = Closing (arm AWAYYYYY = 4-digit user or zone numberThe first digit indicates the partition, followed by the 3-digit user or zone number.0 = system, 1 = part 12 = part 2, 3 = part 3….*161 Pager 1 CharactersThe Vista-20P allows you to add up to 4 pagers.In field *160, Pager 1 Phone number, enter the pager phone number up to 20 digits as dialed. If fewer than 20 digits are used then press * to end.The pager format for the 7-digit status code is defined as follows: XXX-YYYY where XXX = the 3-digit event code, and YYYY = the 4-digit user or zone number, the first digit indicates the partition, followed by the 3-digit user or zone number.*161 Pager Characters, Up to 16 optional characters may be sent as a prefix to the 7-digit system code. Some paging systems require pauses before the digits to be sent. Examples are listed.Enter up to 16 digitsThe character could be composed of:PIN numberSubscriber account number* (enter # + 11 to send *)# (enter # + 12 to send #)Pause (enter # + 13 to allow a 2-second pause)
21 Pagers 2-4 are set up the same way in Locations *163 -*171 Pager Options*162 Pager 1 Reporting Options[ 0,0,0 ]Part. 1 Part. 2 Common0 = no report sent1 = open/closes all users4 = All alarms and troubles12 = Alarms/troubles for zones entered in zone list 913 = Alarms/troubles for zones entered in zone list 9 and open/close for all users*162 Pager 1 Reporting Options, Enter the types of reports to be sent to Pager 1 for each partition.Pagers 2 through 4 are setup the same way in locations *163 through *171.Pagers 2-4 are set up the same way in Locations *163 -*171
22 Pager Options *172 Pager Delay Option for Alarms  0 = none 1 = 1 minute2 = 2 minutes3 = 3 minutesThis delay is for ALL pagers in the system.*172 Pager Delay Option for Alarms, This field determines the delay of alarm reports to the pager. This gives the Central Station enough time to call the site to verify the alarm report that it received , before the dialer attempts to dial the pager.This delay is for all pagers in the system.
23 Configurable Zone Type Programming See programming sheet for complete List of options.*183 Zone Type 90 Report Codes90 Alarm ID XXXTrouble ID:XXXEnter the desired 3-digit Contact ID report codes for alarms and troubles occurring on zones assigned to this zone type.*184 Configurable Zone Type 91Fields 182 and 184 are for programming configurable zone types, With configurable zone types you can make up your own zone types.There are many options for programming how your zone type will react to different conditions, see the programming manual for a complete list of those options.Fields 183 and 185 are where you define what alarm and trouble contact id report codes that each configurable zone type will send to Central Station.See programming sheet for complete List of options.*185 Zone Type 91 Report Codes91 Alarm ID XXXTrouble ID:XXXEnter the desired 3-digit Contact ID report codes for alarms and troubles occurring on zones assigned to this zone type.
24 Advanced User Interface Programming    *189 Symphony (AUI) enableAUI 1 AUI 2 AUI 5 AUI 6Enter each AUI’s Home partition.0 = disabled1 = partition 1; 2 = partition 23 = partition 3 (common)Advanced User Interface, the Vista-20P supports up to 4 AUI consoles. By default address 1 and 2 are enabled for partition 1.Enter the partition number for each address to enable the console.The AUI addresses must be used in order starting at 1 then 2, 5, 6.Note: an external power supply my be required when using AUI consoles.Note: an external power supply may be required when using AUI consoles.
25 Keypad OptionsNOTE: Options for keypad address 16 are set by the factory and cannot be changed.Each keypad must be assigned a unique address.*190 Keypad 2 Address 17*191 – *196 Are Identical for addresses 18 – 23 respectively. Partition/EnableSound0 = no suppression1 = suppress arm/disarm and E/E beeps2 = suppress chime beeps only3 = suppress arm/disarm, E/E, and chime beeps0 = keypad disabled;1-3 = part.no. (3=common)Keypad OptionsOptions for keypad address 16 are set by the factory for partition 1 and no suppression, these options cannot be changed.Each additional keypad must be assigned a unique address.For the 2nd keypad address 17 you will start at field 190Each field requires a 2 digit entry.The first will be for the partition you want the keypad assigned to, and the 2nd digit is for sound suppression.Fields 191 through 196 are for address 18 through 23 respectively.
26 Keypad Options *197 Exit Time Display Interval  *198 Display Partition Number(for Alpha Display Keypads)*199 ECP Fail Display0 = no display1-5 = seconds between display refresh0= no; 1=yes(partition number appears on Alpha Display)Field 197 exit time display interval, if you want the exit delay to count down on the keypad enter the interval from 1 to 5 seconds.Field 198 display partition number, this feature is good when using the go to command to log on to different partitions, alpha keypads will display the partition number.Field 199 ECP Fail Display, this selects what will be displayed on the keypad if an ECP device goes into trouble.For alpha consoles you will want to keep it set at default, 3 digit display, it will display a 1 plus the device address, for example a 100 on the keypad would be a trouble on address 00 or receiver trouble.For fixed English consoles that only have a 2 digit display, you will want to change the entry to a 1 for 2-digit fixed-display. with this option all trouble will display as 91 on the keypad.0 = 3-digit display (“1” + device address)1 = 2-digit fixed-display as “91”
27 Vista-20P Series ECP Addressing ECP Addressing, in this section you will learn which device addresses are used for each device connected to the keypad buss.Vista-20P Series ECP Addressing
28 Table of Device Addresses All devices attached to ECP (keypad) terminals must be addressed.Depending on the device and its function the address is determined by the following:AddressKeypad Message††Device00100/91RF Receiver01N/AAUI 102AUI 203103/91Long Range Radio04104/914286 Voice Module05AUI 506AUI 60708091011107/91108/91109/91110/91111/91Zone Expanders (4219/4229)Module 1 zones 09-16Module 2 zones 17-24Module 3 zones 25-32Module 4 zones 33-40Module 5 zones 41-48All devices attached to the ECP terminals must be addressed.Depending on the device and its function the address is determined by the table listed here.Address 00 is for the RF receiver, 01, 02, 05 and 06 are for AUI consoles,03 is for AlarmNet, 04 is for a 4286 voice module07 through address 11 are for 4219 and 4229 zone expanders, please note the address determines the set of zones that will be used for the zone expander.
29 Table of Device Addresses Keypad Message††Device12131415112/91113/91114/91115/91Relay Modules (4204)Module 1Module 2Module 3Module 416-23N/AKeypadsKeypad 1 – 8285800TM moduleAddress 12 through address 15 are for 4204 relay modules.Address 16 through address 23 are for keypads and were covered previously.Address 28 is for the 5800TM moduleAddressable devices are identified by a 1 then the device address when reporting.Enter a report code for zone 91 to enable addressable device reporting, this option is enabled by default.See field 199, mentioned earlier, for ECP Fail Display options.†† Addressable devices are identified by “1” plus the device address when reporting. Enter a report code for zone 91 to enable addressable device reporting (default = reports enabled). See field *199, mentioned earlier, for ECP Fail Display options.
30 Vista-20P Series Zone Programming *56 Menu Mode Zone Programming *56 Menu Mode, in this section you will learn how to program zones with an alpha console.Vista-20P Series Zone Programming *56 Menu Mode
31 *56 Zone Programming Mode SET TO CONFIRM?0= NO 1=YESConfirm?0 = no1= yesEnter Zone Number01-99 = zone number00 = quitEnter Zn Num.(00 = Quit)[*] to continueNot all numbers Available.Zn ZT P RC In: LRF 1Summary Screen[*] to continueIN: L = Wireless, RF = SupervisionIN: AD = Expansion, AW = Aux wiredHW: RT = Hard Wire, EL = loop typeOrSet to confirm, If 1 is entered, you will be prompted to confirm each transmitter after entering the serial and loop numbers. Or press * to continue.Enter the zone number that you wish to program. Zone 10 has been entered in the example display. The press * and a summary display appears.I N L appears for wireless zones and indicates input type and loop.I N A D appears for hardwire expansion zones A W and indicates the module’s address which is based on the zone number.H W R T appears for hardwire zones and indicates configuration and response time selection.Zn ZT P RC In: ADAW: 07OrZn ZT P RC HW: RTEL 1
32 *56 Zone Programming Mode Zone Type (ZT)00 = Not Used01 = Entry/Exit #102 = Entry/Exit #203 = Perimeter04 = Interior Follower05 = Day/Night06 = 24-Hr Silent07 = 24-Hr Audible08 = 24-Hr Aux09 = Fire10 = Interior w/Delay12 = Monitor Zone14 = Carbon Monoxide16 = Fire w/Verify20 = Arm-Stay*21 = Arm-Away*22 = Disarm*23 = No Alarm Response24 = Silent Burglary77 = Keyswitch81 = AAV Mon. Zone90-91 = Configurable10 Zone TypePerimeterZone Type, Each zone must be assigned to a zone type, which defines the way in which the system responds to faults in that zone.After entering the 2 digit zone type for the zone press * to continue.* 5800 button-type transmitters only.
33 *56 Zone Programming Mode 10 Partition1Partition No. (P)1-3 = partition (3=Common)[*] to continue10 Report Code1st ndReport Code (RC)01-09, 10 for 0, 11 for B, 12 for C, 13 for D, 14 for E, 15 for F. 00 to DisableExamples: = report code 1013 15 = report code DFEnter the partition number for this zone. Partition 1 is shown.Enter the report code for this zone, which consists of 2 hexadecimal digits, each in turn consisting of 2 numerical digits.For example, for a report code of 10, enter for contact ID entering any non-zero entry as the first digit enables the report code for this zone.Hardwire type only appears for zones 2 through 8. This defines the type of connection to the panel.Hardwire Type0=EOL; 1=NC; 2=NO; 3=zone doubling (ZD); 4=double-balanced (DB). This prompt appears only for zone numbers[*] to continue02 Hardwire TypeEOL
34 *56 Zone Programming Mode Response Time (RT)02 Response Time10 = 10mSec; 1 = 350mSec;2 = 700mSec; 3=1.2 seconds[*] to continueOnly for zones 01-08, zone 02 shownInput Device type (In)2 = AW (Aux wired zone)3 = RF (supervised RF transmitter)4 = UR (unsupervised RF transmitter)5 = Button type RF transmitter (unsupervised)10 Input TypeRF TransResponse time only appears for hard-wired zones 1 through 8, zone 2 is shown.Input type is skipped for zones 2 – 8 or 2 – 16 if zone doubling was enabled at the hardwire type prompt.Options are Auxiliary wired, which are hardwired expansion zones on the 4219 or 4229, RF supervised would be a transmitter that sends in check in signals that you want to supervise, like the Unsupervised RF, Could be the same device that sends in check in signals that you don’t want to supervise like a 5802MN that will be taken off site. Or Button Type RF, which is a device that does not send in check in signals, and can not be supervised, like the 5804.All of the RF transmitters have one or more unique factory-assigned input or Loop ID codes.Each of the inputs requires its own programming zone. For example a 5804 has four inputs which requires four programmed zones.For the Serial number and Loop number entry there are 3 options for entering the information; transmit two open and close sequences, manually enter the 7-digit serial number, or press the C key to copy the serial number previously enrolled. Then press * to continueSerial number Entry and Loop Number EntryUsed only when enrolling wireless transmitters.Transmit two open/close sequences.Manually enter the 7-digit serial number.Press key [C] to copy the serial number previously enrolled.[*] to continue10 Input S/N: LA XXX-XXXX
35 *56 Zone Programming Mode Loop Number Change10 Input S/N: LA ?Enter the loop number.To delete enter 0 in the loop number.[*] to continueEnroll SummaryIf the serial/loop number combination is not a duplicate in the system, a display showing the serial number and loop number entry will appear.[*] to continue10 Input S/N: LAIf the C key was used to copy the previously enrolled serial number, the cursor will move to the loop column with the previous serial number displayed.Enter the correct loop number for this zone and press * to continue.If the serial and loop number are not duplicated in the system, a display showing the serial number and loop number entry will appear. Press * to continue.If you pressed yes on the set to confirm option this display will appear. At this point fault and restore the zone to confirm the correct serial number and loop number are entered.ConfirmNote: This prompt will only appear if the firstprompt after entering *56 was answered “YES”[*] to continue10 XMIT TO CONFIRMPRESS * TO SKIP
36 *56 Zone Programming Mode Entd ARcvd ANot Confirmed[*] to continueIf the serial number transmitted does not match the serial number entered this prompt will appear.Zn ZT P RC In: LRF 1Summary Screen[*] to continueIf the serial numbers do not match what was entered you will see the entered and received serial number.At the end of the zone programming it will display the current summary screen for the zone.
37 Vista-20P Series Output Programming Output Device Mapping *79 Menu Mode, in this section you will learn how to map outputs with an alpha console.Vista-20P Series Output Programming
39 Vista-20P Series Output Device Mapping *79 Menu Mode Output Device Mapping *79 Menu Mode, in this section you will learn how to map outputs with an alpha console.Vista-20P Series Output Device Mapping *79 Menu Mode
40 *79 Mode is used to identify available outputs that the panel can use. *79 Menu Mode*79 Mode is used to identify available outputs that the panel can use.These outputs are actually programmed to activate and release in *80 defining output functions.*79 Menu Mode is used to identify available outputs that the panel can use.These outputs are actually programmed to activate and release in *80 defining output functions.
41 *79 Menu Mode Device Output Number Output Type - 01-18 relays/X-10; 00 = Quit[*] to continueENTER OUTPUT NO.00 = QUIT xxThis is the reference relay number as used in the system.Relays and X-10 devices are numberedThe on-board triggers are numbered 17 and 18.Output Type -This prompt appears if selecting outputs0 = delete1 = relay on 4204/4229 module2 = Powerline / X-10[*] to continueXX OUTPUT TYPEDELETEEnter Output Number, is the device output number. This is the reference relay number as used in the system.Relays and X-10 devices are numbered and the on board triggers are numbered 17 and 18.Output Type, appears if selecting outputs 01 – 16, Here you will define what type of output device it is, Relay or X-10.If X-10 is selected, we will use “A” promptIf relay is selected, we will use “B” prompt
42 *79 Menu Mode “A” Unit Number If X-10 is selected, a prompt for the unit number appears.01-16 = predefined unit number[*] to continueXX UNIT No.yyThis prompt will follow selecting X-10 as the device type.Here you will select the unit number between 01 – 16.
43 *79 Menu Mode Module Address “B” Address Module Module Address XX MODULE ADDRyyAddressModule071st 4229 (with zones 09-16)082nd 4229 (with zones 17-24)093rd 4229 (with zones 25-32)104th 4229 (with zones 33-40)115th 4229 (with zones 41-48)121st 4204132nd 4204143rd 4204154th 4204Module Address07-15 = predefined address[*] to continueThis prompt will follow selecting Relay as the output type.Select the address of the relay board.
44 *79 Menu Mode Relay Position 1-4 = relay position [*] to continue This is the physical relay position with respect to the relay module upon which it is located.The system then returns to the Output Number prompt for programming the next device.XX REL POSITION.zzAfter setting the Relay board address you will be prompted for the relay position, this will be 1 – 4 on the 4204 and 1 or 2 on the 4229.This is the physical relay position with respect to the relay module it is located on.After entering the Relay position you will return to the Enter Output number for the next device.ENTER OUTPUT NO.00 = QUIT xx
45 *79 Menu Mode Output Normally Low 0=no (standard default) 1=yes [*] to continue17 OUT NORM LOW0= NO 1=YESOutput Normally Low Option only appears for triggers 17 and 18.0 = normally high or open1 = normally low or groundOutput trigger 17 can be used for resetting 4-wire smoke detectors (up to 2 smokes) by connecting it to the negative power terminal of the smoke detector.This prompt appears only for triggers 17 & 18.Selecting 0 (no) sets the output level normally high(open).Selecting 1 (yes) set the output level normally low(ground).Output trigger 17 (100mA max.) can be used for resetting 4-wire smoke detectors (up to 2 smokes) by connecting it to the negative power terminal of the smoke detector.
46 Vista-20P Series Defining Output Functions *80 Menu Mode Defining Output Functions *80 Menu Mode, in this section you will learn how to define output devices to activate and deactivate.Vista-20P Series Defining Output Functions *80 Menu Mode
47 *80 Menu ModeIn *80, we program relays or X-10 devices, previously defined in *79 output device mapping, to activate and deactivate.The Vista-20P allows 48 output functions to be programmed.The Vista-15P allows 24 output functions to be programmed.The Vista-10P allows 12 output functions to be programmed.Each output function determines only one action.For example: To turn a relay on and off requires two output functions.The Vista-20P allows 48 output functions to be programmed.Each output function determines only one action.For example to turn on and off a relay it would take one output function to turn on the relay and another output function to turn it off.
48 *80 Menu Mode Output Function No. 01 – 48 output function number Enter the output function number to be defined(or 00 to exit).[*] to continueOutput Funct. #(00 = Quit)01 A E P Trig? ZL=1Summary ScreenA= Output Action; E= Triggering event;P= Partition; Trig = Trigger type[*] to continueNote: A question mark in the summary screen indicates that the device number shown has not been mapped. Use *79 Menu mode to map the device.Output Function Number, enter the output function number you want to define or enter 00 to quit.Summary Screen is a quick look at how the output function is programmed.Note: a question mark in the summary screen indicates that the device number shown has not been mapped.
49 *80 Menu Mode Activated By 0 = delete (delete the output function and any previous programming; see prompt below1 = zone list (go to “A” prompt)2 = zone type (go to “B” prompt)3 = zone number (go to “C” prompt)[*] to continue01 Activated by:DeleteDelete?0 = NO, 1 = YESActivated by, this option selects how the output will be activated.Zone ListZone Type orZone NumberIf a 0 is entered the Delete confirmation will be displayedPress 1 to delete this output definition.
50 *80 Menu Mode “A” Zone List 1 – 8 zone list [*] to continue 01 Activated by:Zone List“A”Zone List1 – 8 zone list[*] to continue01 Zn ListEnter EventAlarm0 = restore; 1 = alarm;2 = fault; 3 = troubleZone List is displayed when you select option 1 for activated by.Enter the zone list 1 through 8 that you want to use to activate the output.At the enter event option enter the event type of the list you want to use.Note: For alarm, fault and trouble an event on any zone in the list activates the output,but all zones in the list must restore before the output is restored.Press * to continue to the Output Action prompt.NOTE: For alarm, fault, and trouble an event on ANYZone in the list activates the output, but ALL zones inthe list must be restored before the output is restored.Press [*] to continue to the “Output Action” prompt.
51 *80 Menu Mode “B” Zone Type Enter the desired zone type: 01 Activated by:Zone Type“B”Zone TypeEnter the desired zone type:There are a wide variety of zone types and system operations available.[*] to continue01 Enter Zn typePerimeterEnter the partition in which this zone type will occur.Zone Type is displayed when you select option 2 for activated by.Enter the desired zone type.There are a wide variety of zone types and system operations available.Press * to continue to Partition selection.Enter the partition in which this zone type will occur.Any partition, partition 1, partition 2, or common partitionPress * to continue to Output Action prompt.01 PartitionAny partition0 = any partition; 1 = partition 1;2 = partition 2; 3 = commonPress [*] to continue to the “Output Action” prompt.
52 *80 Menu Mode “C” Zone Number Enter the zone number desired 01 Activated by:Zone Number“C”Zone NumberEnter the zone number desiredPress [*] to continue.01 Enter Zn No.12Zone Number is displayed when you select option 3 for activated by.Enter the zone number desired and press *.Then choose if you want it to activate on restore or alarm, fault and trouble.Press * to continue to the Output Action prompt.01 Enter EventRestoreEnter the zone event that will activate this output.0 = restore; 1 = alarm/fault/troublePress [*] to continue to the “Output Action prompt
53 *80 Menu Mode Output Action 0 – 6 0 = off 4 = Change Device State 1 = Close for 2 seconds 5 = Duration 1 (see data field *177)2 = Close and Stay Closed 6 = Duration 2 (see data field *177)3 = Continuous Pulse on & off (1 sec ON, 1 sec OFF)01 Output ActionClose for 2 secOutput Number01 – 16 = as defined in *7917 – 18 = on-board triggersEnter the device output number (as defined in *79) you want associated with this output function.Press [*] to continueEnter Output No.ROutput Action defines what the output will do when activated.Enter 0 for off, 1 to close for 2 seconds, 2 for close and stay closed, 3 to continuously pulse on and off at 1 second intervals, 4 to toggle device state, 5 and 6 are duration 1 and 2 which are defined in field *177.Enter the device output number (as defined in *79) that you want associated with this output function.Press * to continue. The summary screen will be displayed.A E P TRIGR ZL=1Summary ScreenPress [*] to continue
54 Vista-20P Series Test Report Setup Test Report Setup, Here you will learn how the auto test setup commands work.Vista-20P Series Test Report Setup
55 Automatic Periodic Test Report The system can be set to automatically send test reports (automatically enables report code in field *64; Contact ID code 602) at specified intervals.The frequency of the report can be set in Scheduling mode (event 11) or by the following key commands:Installer code + [#] = test report sent every 24 hoursInstaller code + [#] = test report sent once per weekInstaller code + [#] = test report sent every 28 daysEach mode sets schedule 32, to the stated repeat option; the first test report is sent 12 hours after command.To ensure that test reports are sent at the times expected, set the Real-Time Clock to the proper time before entering the test report schedule command.The system can be set to automatically send test reports at specified intervals. This command also sets the report code in *64.The frequency of the report can be set in Scheduling mode (event 11) or by the following key commands:Installer code + [#] = test report sent every 24 hoursInstaller code + [#] = test report sent once per weekInstaller code + [#] = test report sent every 28 daysEach mode sets schedule 32, to the stated repeat option; the first test report is sent 12 hours after command.To ensure that test reports are sent at the times expected, set the Real-Time Clock to the proper time before entering the test report schedule command.
56 Setting the Real Time Clock Enter [4-digit Installer or Master code] + # + 63Press the [*] key to change the Date/Time settings. The blinking cursor appears on the first digit of the hour.Enter the time (hour, then minute). After each entry the cursor moves to the right.Press any odd-digit for PM, or any even-digit for AM.Enter the 2-digit year, 2-digit month, and the 2-digit day in sequence. The day of the week is automatically calculated and displayed based on the date entered.Press the [#] key to move the cursor to the left to make any changes that may be needed.When entry is complete press the [*] key until the cursor is at the far right position.To accept all of the clock information, press the [*] key again.TIME/DATE SAT12:00AM 01/01/00TIME/DATE SAT12:00A 2000/01/01To set the real time clock, enter the 4-digit installer or master code # 6 3.The time and date will be displayed. Press the * key to make changes. A blinking cursor will appear on the first digit of the hour.Enter the time, 2-digit hour and 2-digit minute. The cursor will move to the right with each entry.To change the AM PM setting press any even digit for AM and any odd digit for PM.Next you will enter the 2 digit year, 2 digit month, and the 2 digit day.To make any changes press the # key to move the cursor back to the left and * key to move the cursor to the right.When all entries are complete press the * key until the cursor is at the far right position.To accept all clock information, press the * key again.
57 Vista-20P Series Security Codes Security Codes, you will now learn how to edit user codes and their options.Vista-20P Series Security Codes
58 Security Codes Vista-20P supports up to 48 user codes which can be assigned one of 5 authority levels.Vista-15P supports up to 33 user codeswhich can be assigned one of 4 authority levels.Vista-10P supports up to 16 user codesThe Vista-20P supports up to 48 user codes which can be assigned one of 5 authority levels
59 Security Codes Authority Levels (authority levels can be assigned to users only; users 1 and 2 cannot be changed.)LevelUser No.FunctionsInstaller01Perform all security functions except can disarm only if used to arm; can enter program mode; cannot change installer code (default-4112)SystemMaster02Only one system master code per system; can perform all security functions, add/delete users in either partition, change master code, view event log, set system clock, program keypad macro, program scheduled events, activate output devices (triggers/relays) (default-1234)Partition(default)P1 = 03P2 = 33Same as master, except add/delete users limited to assigned partition onlyAuthority Levels can be assigned to users 03 through 49.By default user 01 is the installer code, user 02 is the system master code these codes cannot be changed.User 03 is the partition 1 master code, and user 33 is the partition 2 master code by default, these users authority levels can be changed.
60 Security Codes Authority Levels (authority levels can be assigned to users only; users 1 and 2 cannot be changed.)LevelUser No.Functions0-User03-49Perform security functions (arm, disarm,etc) only; cannot add/delete users, view event log, set system clock or program scheduled events.1-Arm onlyArm system only2- GuestCan disarm the system only if it was used to arm the system3-DuressPerforms security functions, but also silently sends a duress message to the central station; reports as zone 924-PartitionMasterUsed to assign other user numbers as partition mastersNot used for the Vista-15P and Vista-20PFor user codes 03 through 49 you can select the following authority level optionsLevel 0 is a standard userLevel 1 is arm onlyLevel 2 is a guest also known as babysitterLevel 3 is duressLevel 4 is partition master
61 Security CodesAdding a User Code: Master code +  + 2-digit user no. + user’s codeDeleting a User Code: Master code +  + 2-digit user no. + [#] Assigning Attributes:Master code +  + 2-digit user no. + [#] [attribute no] + valueAttributes: Values1=Authority Level 0-4 (see Authority Level table)2=Access Group 0-8 (0= not assigned to a group)3=Active Partition 1,2,3 (common)for this user;4=RF Zone No. Assigns user number to button typezone for arm/disarm5=Open/Close paging 1 for yes; 0 for noTo add a user code enter the master code 8, 2-digit user number then the 4-digit user code.A successful entry will be followed by a short beep. If you enter a code that is already in the system you will get a long error tone.To delete a user code enter the master code 8, 2-digit user number # 0 This will be followed by a short beep if successful.To assign attributes to the user code, enter master code 8, 2-digit user number # attribute number then the value.Attribute 1 is the authority level, 0 through 4, and assigns what the user can do.Attribute 2 is access group 0 through 8, and used to enable user codes during time schedules.Attribute 3 is active partition 1, 2, or 3; enter in succession if more than one is needed.Attribute 4 is RF zone number assignment, assigns user number to button type zone for arm and disarm.Attribute 5 is open and close paging.
62 Review What is the maximum number of zones? Do the keyfob zones count in the above number?How many programmable outputs does each panel offer?Do all ECP devices (keypads, expanders, etc.) need to have a unique address?Can we program a relay to activate in *79 output device mapping?
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