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ADEMCO VISTA-10P
ADEMCO VISTA-10PSIA
Security Systems
User Guide
K0736V4 10/08 Rev. E

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  • Page 1 ADEMCO VISTA-10P ADEMCO VISTA-10PSIA Security Systems User Guide K0736V4 10/08 Rev. E...
  • Page 2: About This Manual

    Your Honeywell security system is designed for use with devices manufactured or approved by Honeywell for use with your security system. Your Honeywell security system is not designed for use with any device that may be attached to your security system's keypad or other communicating bus if Honeywell has not approved such device for use with your security system.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Table of Contents Table of Contents Table of Contents System Overview ........................5 Introduction .......................... 5 System Basics ........................5 Using the Voice Message Center ..................7 About The Keypads ........................ 8 General Information ......................8 Functions of the Keypads ....................10 Entry/Exit Delays .........................
  • Page 4 Table of Contents Table of Contents Table of Contents Table of Contents Panic Keys ..........................24 Using Panic Keys ....................... 24 Macro Key Programming & Usage .................. 25 About Macro Keys ......................25 Example of Macro Programming ..................26 Using a Programmed Macro Key ..................26 Using Device Commands ....................
  • Page 5: System Overview

    Introduction Introduction Introduction Congratulations on your ownership of a Honeywell Security System. You've made a wise decision in choosing it, for it represents the latest in security protection technology today. This system provides: • Three forms of protection: burglary, fire* and emergency •...
  • Page 6 System Overview System Overview System Overview System Overview (Continued) (Continued) (Continued) (Continued) Zones • The system sensing devices have been assigned to various “zones,” which are specific areas of protection (e.g., front door, kitchen window, etc.). • Zone numbers are displayed at the keypad when an alarm or trouble condition occurs on a sensor.
  • Page 7: Using The Voice Message Center

    System Overview System Overview System Overview System Overview (Continued) (Continued) (Continued) (Continued) Paging Feature • If programmed, the system can automatically send certain system condition messages to a pager. • The display consists of code numbers that indicate the type of condition that has occurred.
  • Page 8: About The Keypads

    About The About The Keypads Keypads About The About The Keypads Keypads General Information General Information General Information General Information Your keypads allow you to control all system functions. The keypads feature the following: • A telephone style (digital) keypad •...
  • Page 9 About The Keypads (Continued) About The Keypads (Continued) About The Keypads (Continued) About The Keypads (Continued) Fixed-Word Display Keypad AWAY: All burglary zones, interior and AWAY NIGHT NO AC perimeter, are armed. PHONE TEST BYPASS Perimeter burglary zones, such as STAY: NOT READY STAY...
  • Page 10: Functions Of The Keypads

    Functions of the Keypads Functions of the Keypads Functions of the Keypads Functions of the Keypads NOTE: The functions printed directly on the 6 BYPASS Removes individual protection zones from keys indicate their primary purpose; the being monitored by the system. functions printed under some of the keys [ ↓...
  • Page 11 Functions of the Keypads (Continued) Functions of the Keypads (Continued) Functions of the Keypads (Continued) Functions of the Keypads (Continued) SPEAKER DISPLAY ARMED AWAY STAY RECORD VOLUME PLAY LEDs READY TEST BYPASS MESSAGE INSTANT CODE CHIME READY STATUS VOICE FUNCTION MICROPHONE FUNCTION KEYS...
  • Page 12: Entry/Exit Delays

    Entry/Exit Delays Entry/Exit Delays Entry/Exit Delays Entry/Exit Delays Your system has preset time delays, known as exit delay and entry delay. Exit Delay Exit Delay Exit Delay Exit Delay Exit delay gives you time to leave through the designated exit door(s) without setting off an alarm.
  • Page 13: Exit Alarms

    Entry/Exit Delays Entry/Exit Delays Entry/Exit Delays Entry/Exit Delays (Continued) (Contin ued) (Contin (Contin ued) ued) Exit Alarms Exit Alarms Exit Alarms Exit Alarms Exit Error Conditions Whenever you arm the system, the exit delay begins. If an entry/exit door or interior zone is faulted before exit delay expires and remains faulted (e.g., exit door left open), the system sounds an alarm and starts the entry delay timer.
  • Page 14: Checking For Open Zones

    Check Checking For Open Zones ing For Open Zones Check Check ing For Open Zones ing For Open Zones Using the [ Using the [∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ] Key ] Key Using the [ Using the [ ] Key ] Key efore arming your system, all protected doors, windows and other protection zones must be closed or bypassed, otherwise the keypad will display a "Not Ready"...
  • Page 15: Arming The System

    Arming the System Arming the System Arming the System Arming the System Stay Mode: Arms Perimeter Only, Entry Delay On Stay Mode: Arms Perimeter Only, Entry Delay On Stay Mode: Arms Perimeter Only, Entry Delay On Stay Mode: Arms Perimeter Only, Entry Delay On •...
  • Page 16: Arming Commands

    Arming the System Arming the System Arming the System Arming the System Arming Commands Arming Commands Arming Commands Arming Commands Before arming, close all perimeter doors and windows and make sure the Ready to Arm message is displayed. Modes of Arming Mode Press these keys…...
  • Page 17: Single Button Arming

    Arming the System Arming the System Arming the System Arming the System Single Button Arming Single Button Arming Single Button Arming Single Button Arming The “A”, “B”, “C”, and/or “D” keys on your keypad may have been programmed for single-button arming. Note that while it will not be necessary to use a security code for arming, a security code must always be used when manually disarming the system.
  • Page 18: Using The Keyswitch

    Using the Keyswitch Using the Keyswitch Using the Keyswitch Using the Keyswitch Using the Keyswitch Using the Keyswitch Using the Keyswitch Using the Keyswitch Your system may be equipped with a keyswitch for use when arming and disarming. Red and green lights on the keyswitch plate indicate the status of your system as follows: Green Light: Lights when the system is disarmed and ready to be armed (no open zones).
  • Page 19: Disarming And Silencing Alarms

    Disarming and Silencing Alarms Disarming and Silencing Alarms Disarming and Silencing Alarms Disarming and Silencing Alarms Using the [OFF] key Using the [OFF] key Using the [OFF] key Using the [OFF] key The OFF key is used to disarm the system, silence alarm and trouble sounds, and clear alarm memories.
  • Page 20: Bypassing Protection Zones

    Bypassing Protection Zones Bypassing Protection Zones Bypassing Protection Zones Bypassing Protection Zones Using the BYPASS Key Using the BYPASS Key Using the BYPASS Key Using the BYPASS Key Use t his key when you want to arm your system with one or more zones intentionally unprotected.
  • Page 21: Quick Bypass

    Bypassing Protection Zones Bypassing Protection Zones Bypassing Protection Zones Bypassing Protection Zones Quick Bypass Quick Bypass Quick Bypass Quick Bypass If programmed, "Quick Bypass" allows you to easily bypass all open (faulted) zones without having to enter zone numbers individually. This feature is useful if, for example, you routinely leave certain windows open when arming at night.
  • Page 22: Chime Mode

    Chime Mode Chime Mode Chime Mode Chime Mode CHIME mode alerts you to the opening of a perimeter door or window while the system is disarmed. When Chime mode is activated: • Three tones sound at the keypad whenever a perimeter door or window is opened. •...
  • Page 23: Date And Time

    Date and Time Date and Time Date and Time Date and Time Viewing the Current Date and Time Viewing the Current Date and Time Viewing the Current Date and Time Viewing the Current Date and Time The master user can view the system time and date setting on alpha keypad. Other users can view the date/time if a function key has been programmed to do so.
  • Page 24: Panic Keys

    Panic Keys Panic Keys Panic Keys Panic Keys Using Panic Keys Using Panic Keys Using Panic Keys Using Panic Keys Your system may have been programmed to use special keys to manually activate emergency (panic) functions as follows: This Function Sends this signal* With This Sounding…...
  • Page 25: Macro Key Programming & Usage

    Macro Key Programming & Usage Macro Key Programming & Usage Macro Key Programming & Usage Macro Key Programming & Usage About Macro Keys About Macro Keys About Macro Keys About Macro Keys The “A”, “B”, “C” or “D” keys can be used to automatically activate a series of commands of up to 16 keystrokes, if programmed for this function.
  • Page 26: Example Of Macro Programming

    Macro Key Program Macro Key Programming & Usage ming & Usage Macro Key Program Macro Key Program ming & Usage ming & Usage (cont.) (cont.) (cont.) (cont.) Typical Macro Alpha Display: The keypad beeps to acknowledge your input and displays the command you entered (followed by “F”). MACRO PGM 3.
  • Page 27: Using Device Commands

    Using Device Commands Using Device Commands Using Device Commands Using Device Commands About Device Commands About Device Commands About Device Commands About Device Commands Your system may be set up so that it can control certain lights or other devices. •...
  • Page 28: Paging Feature

    Paging Feature Paging Feature Paging Feature Paging Feature About Automatic Paging About Automatic Paging About Automatic Paging About Automatic Paging Your system may be set up to automatically send alert messages to a pager as certain conditions occur in your system. •...
  • Page 29: Manual Paging

    Paging Feature Paging Feature Paging Feature Paging Feature Manual Paging Manual Paging Manual Paging Manual Paging Your system may be set up so you can manually send a message to a pager. • Your installer programs the paging function key and the pager phone number. •...
  • Page 30: Security Codes & Authority Levels

    Security Codes & Authority Levels Security Codes & Authority Levels Security Codes & Authority Levels Security Codes & Authority Levels About Security Codes About Security Codes About Security Codes About Security Codes Your installer assigned a master code that is used to perform all system functions. In addition, you can assign up to 15 different security codes for use by other users.
  • Page 31: How To Assign Security Codes And Attributes

    Security Codes & Authority Levels Security Codes & Authority Levels Security Codes & Authority Levels Security Codes & Authority Levels (Cont.) (Cont.) (Cont.) (Cont.) How to Assign How to Assign How to Assign How to Assign Security Security Security Codes and Attributes Security Codes and Attributes Codes and Attributes...
  • Page 32: Scheduling

    Scheduling Scheduling Scheduling Scheduling About Scheduling About Scheduling About Scheduling About Scheduling The system provides one end-user schedule (programmable by master/installer only), which can control various types of events. • The schedule causes a defined event to start and stop (when appropriate) at a specified time.
  • Page 33 Scheduling (continued) Scheduling (continued) Scheduling (continued) Scheduling (continued) 5. For event number “02,” enter the access group GROUP NUMBER number. Otherwise, this prompt is skipped. Press [∗] to continue to the “Start” prompt below. 6. Enter the event’s start time and days of week. START SMTWTFS Hour = 00-12;...
  • Page 34: Event Logging Procedures

    Event Logging Procedures Event Logging Procedures Event Logging Procedures Event Logging Procedures About Event Logging About Event Logging About Event Logging About Event Logging The system records various events in a history log, which can be viewed by the master user using an Alpha Display keypad.
  • Page 35: Table Of Event Log Codes

    Event Logging Procedures (continued) Event Logging Procedures (continued) Event Logging Procedures (continued) Event Logging Procedures (continued) Table of Event Log Codes Table of Event Log Codes Table of Event Log Codes Table of Event Log Codes The following table lists the codes that may appear when viewing the Event Log. If the event code is preceded by an “E”...
  • Page 36: Testing The System (To Be Conducted Weekly)

    Testing the System Testing the System Testing the System Testing the System (To Be Conducted Weekly) (To Be Conducted Weekly) (To Be Conducted Weekly) (To Be Conducted Weekly) About Testing the System About Testing the System About Testing the System About Testing the System Using Test mode allows each protection point to be checked for proper operation.
  • Page 37: Trouble Conditions

    Trouble Conditions Trouble Conditions Trouble Conditions Trouble Conditions "Check" and he word CHECK on the keypad's display, accompanied by a "Battery" Displays "beeping" at the keypad, indicates a trouble condition in the system. To silence the beeping for these conditions, press any key. 1.
  • Page 38 Trouble Conditions (Continued) Trouble Conditions (Continued) Trouble Conditions (Continued) Trouble Conditions (Continued) Words or letters in parentheses ( ) are those that are displayed on Alpha Display keypads. Other Trouble COMM. FAILURE Indicates that a failure has occurred in Displays (or FC) the telephone communication portion of your system.
  • Page 39 Trouble Conditions (Continued) Trouble Conditions (Continued) Trouble Conditions (Continued) Trouble Conditions (Continued) Other Trouble AC LOSS The system is operating on battery power Displays (or NO AC) only due to an AC power failure. (Continued) If only some lights are out on the premises, check circuit breakers and fuses and reset or replace as necessary.
  • Page 40: Maintaining Your System

    Maintaining Your System Maintaining Your System Maintaining Your System Maintaining Your System Taking Care of The components of your security system are designed to be as maintenance-free as possible. However, to make sure that your system Your System is in reliable working condition, do the following: 1.
  • Page 41: Fire Alarm System (If Installed)

    Fire Alarm System (If Installed) Fire Alarm System ( If Installed) Fire Alarm System ( Fire Alarm System ( If Installed) If Installed) THIS SECTION APPLIES ONLY TO RESIDENTIAL SYSTEMS General Your fire alarm system (if installed) is on 24 hours a day, for continuous protection.
  • Page 42 Fire Alarm System (Continued) THIS SECTION APPLIES ONLY TO RESIDENTIAL SYSTEMS Manually 1. Should you become aware of a fire emergency before your smoke or Initiating heat detectors sense the problem, go to your nearest keypad and manually initiate an alarm by pressing the panic key assigned for a Fire Alarm FIRE emergency for 2 seconds.
  • Page 43: Recommendations On Smoke Detectors

    Fire Alarm System (Continued) Fire Alarm System (Continued) Fire Alarm System (Continued) Fire Alarm System (Continued) THIS SECTION APPLIES ONLY TO RESIDENTIAL SYSTEMS National Fire Protection Association Recommendations on Smoke Detectors With regard to the number and placement of smoke/heat detectors, we subscribe to the recommendations contained in the National Fire Protection Association's National Fire Alarm Code (NFPA 72) noted below.
  • Page 44: Emergency Evacuation

    Fire Alarm System (Continued) THIS SECTION APPLIES ONLY TO RESIDENTIAL SYSTEMS Emergency Evacuation Establish and regularly practice a plan of escape in the event of fire. The following steps are recommended by the National Fire Protection Association: 1. Position your detector or your interior and/or exterior sounders so that they can be heard by all occupants.
  • Page 45: Quick Guide To Basic System Functions

    Quick Guide to Basic System Functions Quick Guide to Basic System Functions Quick Guide to Basic System Functions Quick Guide to Basic System Functions FUNCTION PROCEDURE COMMENTS Check Zones Press READY key. View faulted zones when system not ready. Arm System Enter code.
  • Page 46: Summary Of Audible/Visual Notifications

    Summary of Audible/Visual Notifications Summary of Audible/Visual Notifications Summary of Audible/Visual Notifications Summary of Audible/Visual Notifications Fixed-Word Display Keypads SOUND CAUSE DISPLAY LOUD, FIRE ALARM or CO ALARM FIRE or ALARM (for CO) is displayed; zone INTERRUPTED * (CO: keypad/detector only; not number of zone in alarm is displayed.
  • Page 47: Alpha Display Keypads

    Summary of Audible/Visual Notifications Summary of Audible/Visual Notifications Summary of Audible/Visual Notifications Summary of Audible/Visual Notifications Alpha Display Keypads SOUND CAUSE DISPLAY LOUD, FIRE ALARM or CO ALARM FIRE or ALARM (for CO) is displayed; INTERRUPTED* (CO: keypad/detector only; not descriptor of zone in alarm is displayed.
  • Page 48: Regulatory Statements And Warnings

    Regulatory Statements and Warnings Regulatory Statements and Warnings Regulatory Statements and Warnings Regulatory Statements and Warnings FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION STATEMENTS The user shall not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless authorized by the Installation Instructions or User's Manual. Unauthorized changes or modifications could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
  • Page 49 TELEPHONE/MODEM INTERFACE FCC Part 68 This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules. On the front cover of this equipment is a label that contains the FCC registration number and Ringer Equivalence Number (REN). You must provide this information to the telephone company when requested. This equipment uses the following USOC jack: RJ31X This equipment may not be used on telephone-company-provided coin service.
  • Page 50: Charts Of Your System's Features

    Charts of Your System’s Features Charts of Your System’s Features Charts of Your System’s Features Charts of Your System’s Features SERVICING INFORMATION Your local authorized service representative is the person best qualified to service your alarm system. Arranging some kind of regular service program with him is advisable. Your local service representative is: Name: Address:...
  • Page 51 Charts of Your System’s Features User Setup The following chart will help keep track of system users. To program a user attribute: Enter system master code + [8] + user no. + “#” command listed in column heading… User User Security Auth.
  • Page 52 – NOTES – – 52 –...
  • Page 53 OWNER’S INSURANCE PREMIUM CREDIT REQUEST This form should be completed and forwarded to your homeowner’s insurance carrier for possible premium credit. A. GENERAL INFORMATION: Insured’s Name and Address: Insurance Company: Policy No.: ADEMCO VISTA-10P/VISTA-10PSIA ______________________________ Other Type of Alarm: Burglary Fire Both Installed by:...
  • Page 54 OWNER’S INSURANCE PREMIUM CREDIT REQUEST (cont.) E. SMOKE DETECTOR LOCATIONS Furnace Room Kitchen Bedrooms Attic Basement Living Room Dining Room Hall F. BURGLARY DETECTING DEVICE LOCATIONS: Front Door Basement Door Rear Door All Exterior Doors Floor Windows All windows nterior locations All Accessible Openings, Including Skylights, Air Conditioners and Vents G.
  • Page 55 LIMITATIONS OF THIS SYSTEM LIMITATIONS OF THIS SYSTEM LIMITATIONS OF THIS SYSTEM LIMITATIONS OF THIS SYSTEM WARNING! THE LIMITATIONS OF THIS ALARM SYSTEM While this system is an advanced design security system, it does not offer guaranteed protection against burglary or other emergency.
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  • Page 64 Honeywell International Inc., acting through its Security & Communications business (“Seller”), 2 Corporate Center Drive, Melville, New York 11747 warrants its products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service, normal wear and tear excepted, for 24 months from the manufacture date code; provided, however, that in the event the Buyer presents a proper invoice relating to the purchased product and such invoice bears a date later than the manufacture date, then Seller may at its discretion, reflect the warranty period as commencing at invoice date.

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