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Honeywell VISTA-128FBP User Manual

Commercial fire and burglary partitioned security systems with scheduling
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  • Page 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS...
  • Page 5: System Overview

    VI S T A-128F B P a n d t h e VI S T A-250F B P c o n t r o l p a n e ls . All o t h e r fe a t u r e s a r e id e n t ic a l fo r b o t h p a n e ls . Feature VISTA-128FBP VISTA-250FBP Number of Zones...
  • Page 6 System Overview (cont d) Zones Fire Protection F ir e Ala r m S ystem Burglary Protection Features For Each Arming Mode Arming Mode...
  • Page 7 System Overview (cont d) Carbon Monoxide Protection Alarms Memory of Alarm Disa r m in g th e S ystem Using Schedules Usin g S ch ed u les...
  • Page 8 System Overview (cont d) Device Timers P r ogr a m m in g Device Tim er s To Access another Partition (GOTO Command) Master Keypad Operation G O T O...
  • Page 9 System Overview (cont d) Self-Help Feature T o v ie w t h e a b b r e v ia t e d in s t r u c t io n s : F u n ction s of th e Keypa d...
  • Page 10: About The Keypads

    About The Keypads General IMPORTANT: The Alpha Keypad N O T E...
  • Page 11: Functions Of The Keypad

    Functions of the Keypad Primary Fire Keypad 6160CR-2 IMPORTANT!
  • Page 12 Functions of the Keypad (cont d) ARMED AWAY STAY READY TEST BYPASS CODE CHIME INSTANT READY B u r g la r y Ke y p a d 6160 IMPORTANT!
  • Page 13 Functions of the Keypad (cont d) AL P H A D I S P L AY WI N D O W: 4 MAX: 1 O F F 5 T E S T 6 B YP AS S 2 AWAY : 7 I N S T AN T : 3 S T AY : 8 C O D E...
  • Page 14 Functions of the Keypad (cont d) L E D AL AR M I N D I C AT O R : R E AD Y : L E D S I L E N C E D I N D I C AT O R : L E D S U P V I N D I C AT O R : L E D T R O U B L E I N D I C AT O R : S P E AKE R :...
  • Page 15: Entry/Exit Delays

    Entry/Exit Delays General Information e x it d e la y E n t r y D e la y...
  • Page 16: Security Codes And Authority Levels

    Security Codes and Authority Levels General Information Au th or ity Levels Duress Code I MP O R T AN T : Quick Arming...
  • Page 17 Security Codes and Authority Levels (cont d) Authority Levels L e v e l 1 Ma s t e r : L e v e l 2 Ma n a g e r L e v e l 3 O p e r a t o r A L e v e l 4 O p e r a t o r B L e v e l 5 O p e r a t o r C L e v e l 6 D u r e s s...
  • Page 18 Security Codes and Authority Levels (cont d) General Rules on Authority Levels and Changes • • • • • • • N O TE : To Exit User Edit Mode...
  • Page 19 Security Codes and Authority Levels (cont d) To Add a User I MP O R T AN T : CODE...
  • Page 20 Security Codes and Authority Levels (cont d)
  • Page 21 Security Codes and Authority Levels (cont d) To Change a User's Code CODE N o t e t h a t i f c h a n g in g o n e ’s o w n c o d e ,...
  • Page 22 Security Codes and Authority Levels (cont d) To Delete a User CODE...
  • Page 23: Accessing Other Partitions

    Accessing Other Partitions To Access another Partition G O T O T o G O T O a n o t h e r p a r t i t io n : READY Global Arming...
  • Page 24 Accessing Other Partitions (cont d) Global Arming Notes: • • Master Keypad Operation on ly a ll...
  • Page 25 Accessing Other Partitions (cont d) a ll a ll...
  • Page 26 Accessing Other Partitions (cont d) Common Lobby Operation a ffect w i l l n ot a r m...
  • Page 27 Accessing Other Partitions (cont d) How User Codes Affect the Common Lobby C o d e s w it h “G lo b a l” Ar m in g C o d e s w it h “N o n -G lo b a l” Ar m in g O t h e r Me t h o d s o f Ar m i n g /D is a r m in g •...
  • Page 28: Checking For Open Zones

    Checking For Open Zones Using the READY Key R E AD Y T o s h o w fa u lt e d zo n e s : N O T E : READY T y p ic a l fa u lt d is p la y N O TE :...
  • Page 29: Displaying All Zone Descriptors

    Displaying All Zone Descriptors Using the READY Key R E AD Y T h e "D is a r m e d -R e a d y t o a r m " m e s s a g e m u s t b e d is p la y e d b e fo r e zo n e d e s c r ip t o r s c a n b e d is p la y e d .
  • Page 30: Bypassing Protection Zones

    Bypassing Protection Zones Using the 6 BYPASS Key N O T E : T h e s y s t e m w i ll n o t a llo w fir e o r e m e r g e n c y zo n e s t o b e b y p a s s e d .
  • Page 31 Bypassing Protection Zones (cont d) Quick Bypass N o t e : T o u s e t h e Q u ic k B y p a s s fe a t u r e : BYPASS Displaying Bypassed Zones BYPASS...
  • Page 32 Bypassing Protection Zones (cont d) Group Bypass N O T E S : • • • T o u s e t h e G r o u p B y p a s s fe a t u r e : BYPASS...
  • Page 33: Arming Perimeter Only

    Arming Perimeter Only (With Entry Delay ON) Using the 3 STAY key C lo s e a ll p e r im e t e r w in d o w s a n d d o o r s b e fo r e a r m in g (s e e...
  • Page 34 Arming Perimeter Only (With Entry Delay ON) (cont d) Auto-STAY Arming N O T E S : • •...
  • Page 35 Arming Perimeter Only (With Entry Delay OFF) Using the 7 INSTANT Key C lo s e a ll p e r im e t e r w in d o w s a n d d o o r s b e fo r e a r m in g (s e e...
  • Page 36: Arming All Protection

    Arming All Protection (With Entry Delay ON) Using the 2 AWAY Key C lo s e a ll p e r im e t e r w in d o w s a n d d o o r s b e fo r e a r m in g (s e e...
  • Page 37 Arming all Protection (with Entry Delay OFF) Using the 4 MAXIMUM Key C lo s e a ll p e r im e t e r w in d o w s a n d d o o r s b e fo r e a r m in g (s e e Ch eck i n g for O p en Zon es s e c t io n ).
  • Page 38: Quick Exit

    Quick Exit Using the # + 9 Keys T o Q u ic k E x i t t h e p r e m is e s :...
  • Page 39: Disarming And Silencing Alarms

    Disarming and Silencing Alarms Using the 1 OFF Key O F F S u m m a r y of Au d ible Notifica tion IMPORTANT: T o d is a r m t h e s y s t e m a n d s ile n c e b u r g la r y o r fir e a la r m s : Memory of Alarm...
  • Page 40: Using The Keyswitch

    Using the Keyswitch General G r e e n L ig h t : d is a r m e d a n d r e a d y R e d L ig h t : a r m e d in AWAY a r m e d in S T AY Arming T o a r m in t h e AWAY m o d e ,...
  • Page 41: Chime Mode

    Chime Mode Using the 9 Key R E AD Y T o t u r n C h im e Mo d e o n , C H I ME k e y T o t u r n C h im e Mo d e o ff, C H I ME k e y...
  • Page 42 Viewing Alarm Company Messages General Information N O TE :...
  • Page 43: Panic Keys

    Panic Keys (For Manually Activating Silent and/or Audible Alarms) Using Panic Keys Active Panic Functions To use a paired key panic function, simply press both keys of the assigned pair at the same time. If your keypad(s) have lettered keys for panic functions, press the designated key and hold down for at least 2 seconds activate...
  • Page 44: Relay Control

    Relay Control General Information Executing...
  • Page 45 Using #70 Relay Menu Mode General Information T o a ct iv a t e r e la y s fr o m a k e y p a d , N O TE : voice d escr iptor F r o m a k e y p a d ,...
  • Page 46: Using Schedules

    Using Schedules Delaying the Closing Time T o d e la y t h e c lo s in g t im e : s c h e d u le d c lo s in g t im e I MP O R T AN T : r e d u c e d in c r e a s e d...
  • Page 47 Using Schedules (cont d) Programming Temporary Schedules T o p r o g r a m t e m p o r a r y s c h e d u le s :...
  • Page 48 Using Schedules (cont d)
  • Page 49: Programming Device Timers

    Programming Device Timers General Information T o e n t e r t h e d e v ic e t im e r m e n u m o d e :...
  • Page 50 Programming Device Timers (cont d)
  • Page 51 Programming Device Timers (cont d) Randomize Output Device Times...
  • Page 52 Using #77 Instant Activation Mode Relay Commands Ac t io n C o d e Ac t io n S p e c i fie r Arm/Disarm Commands Ac t io n C o d e Ac t io n S p e c i fie r...
  • Page 53 Using #77 Instant Activation Mode (cont d) Bypass Commands Ac t io n C o d e Ac t io n S p e c i fie r Open/Close Windows Ac t io n C o d e Ac t io n S p e c i fie r Access Control Commands Ac t io n C o d e Ac t io n S p e c i fie r...
  • Page 54 Using #77 Instant Activation Mode (cont d) Additional Commands Ac t io n C o d e Ac t io n S p e c i fie r T o e n t e r t h e I n s t a n t Ac t iv a t io n Mo d e : E n t e r t h e c o d e fo r t h e d e s ir e d a c t io n .
  • Page 55: Event Log Procedures

    Event Log Procedures General Information To Display The Event Log E n t e r C O D E + [#] + [6] + [0] S e le c t t h e d is p la y m o d e . S e le c t t h e p a r t it io n , 0-8.
  • Page 56 Event Logging Procedures (continued) U s e t h e [3] a n d [1] k e y s AL AR M E VE N T L O G P r e s s [8] t o s e le c t a c a t e g o r y C H E C K E VE N T L O G B YP AS S E VE N T L O G O P E N E VE N T L O G...
  • Page 57: Testing The System

    Testing the System (To Be Conducted Weekly) Using the 5 TEST Key T E S T TEST NOTES: No alarm reports will be sent to the central monitoring station while the system • is in Test mode. The system will automatically exit the Test mode if there is no activity (no doors or •...
  • Page 58: Fire Alarm System

    Fire Alarm System In Case Of Fire Alarm Silencing a Fire Alarm O F F O F F R E AD Y O F F R E AD Y O F F...
  • Page 59 Fire Alarm System (cont d) Event Display Lock Fire Drill Test (Code + # + 69) O F F N O TE :...
  • Page 60: Trouble Conditions

    Trouble Conditions Typical Trouble Displays C H E C K T R B L T o s ile n c e t h e b e e p in g s o u n d “C H E C K” “T R B L ”...
  • Page 61 Trouble Conditions (cont d) C O MM. F AI L U R E • S YS T E M L O B AT • L O B AT • MO D E M C O MM" • “H S E N S ” •...
  • Page 62: Emergency Evacuation

    Emergency Evacuation...
  • Page 63: Maintaining Your System

    Maintaining Your System Taking Care of Your System TE S TING TH E S YS TE M F IRE ALARM S YS TE M Replacing Batteries in Wireless Sensors I f y o u h a v e a lo w b a t t e r y in a w ir e le s s s e n s o r , a lo w b a t t e r y m e s s a g e is d is p la y e d o n t h e k e y p a d .
  • Page 64 Maintaining Your System (cont d) Silencing Low Battery Warning Tones at the Keypad Routine Care • • • D o n ot sp r a y w a t er or a n y ot h er fl u i d on t h e u n i t s. N O T E : I t is im p o r t a n t t h a t y o u r s y s t e m is t e s t e d p e r io d ic a lly t o in s u r e p r o p e r p r o t e c t io n .
  • Page 65 Quick Guide to Fire System Functions ACTION PROCEDURE...
  • Page 66 Quick Guide to Burglary System Functions FUNCTION PROCEDURE COMMENTS NOTE: After pressing the STAY or INSTANT arming key, enter 1, 2 or 3 to arm in the desired STAY or INSTANT mode.
  • Page 67 Quick Guide to Burglary System Functions (cont d) FUNCTION PROCEDURE COMMENTS...
  • Page 68: Summary Of Audible Notification

    Summary of Audible Notification (Alpha Display Keypads) SOUND CAUSE DISPLAY FIRE ALARM DISARMED/READY TO ARM DISARMED BYPASS Ready to Arm LO BAT ARMED AWAY or ARMED MAXIMUM ARMED STAY ZONE BYPASSED ARMED INSTANT ZONE BYPASSED CHIME DISARM SYSTEM OR ALARM WILL OCCUR CHECK AC LOSS FIRE...
  • Page 69 FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION STATEMENTS FCC CLASS B STATEMENT INDUSTRY CANADA CLASS B STATEMENT FCC/IC STATEMENT IN THE EVENT OF TELEPHONE OPERATIONAL PROBLEMS...
  • Page 70 FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (FCC) Part 68 NOTICE...
  • Page 71 CANADIAN DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS (DOC) STATEMENT Caution: Avertissement:...
  • Page 72 WARNING! THE LIMITATIONS OF THIS ALARM SYSTEM...
  • Page 73 Index Access Another Partition Device Timers Action Code Action Specifier Add a User Duress Code Exit User Edit Mode ARMED INDICATOR HSENS Bypassing Change a User's Code CHECK Low Battery Warning LSENS Delaying Closing Time Delete a User...
  • Page 74 Relay Menu Mode Replacing Batteries Memory of Alarm Routine Care Open Zones Open/Close Schedules Panic Keys PANIC KEYS POWER/READY INDICATOR TRBL Quick Arming Quick Bypass Ready Zones...
  • Page 75 TWO YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY Exceptions to Warranty With Respect to Honeywell Products listed below: EXCLUSION OF WARRANTIES, LIMITATION OF LIABILITY...
  • Page 76 NOTES...
  • Page 77 NOTES...
  • Page 78 NOTES...
  • Page 79 NOTES...
  • Page 80 2 Corporate Center Drive, Suite 100 P.O. Box 9040, Melville, NY 11747 Copyright © 2009 Honeywell International Inc. www.honeywell.com/security ÊK0377V2eŠ K0377V2 7/09 Rev. B...

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