The 6150RF Keypad/Transceiver is a combination unit incorporating a normally-open relay output and the functions of:
• 6150 Fixed Addressable Keypad
• 5881M RF Receiver
• 5800TM Transmitter Module
The 6150RF Keypad/Transceiver may be used on any control panel that supports the 6150 Keypad.
The 6150RF supports the following:
• 5828/5828V wireless keypads.
• Up to eight wireless keys locally (programmed directly into
6150RF) without occupying any zones supported by the control
• Button-type transmitters (e.g., 5804, 5804BD) for local operation.
• A maximum of 16 transmitters programmed into any 5800
Series-supported control panel.
• Wireless keys with high-security (e.g., 5804E).
The 5802, 5802MN, 5802MN2, 5804, 5804BD, 5804BDV, 5804E, 5814, 5816TEMP, 5819, 5819BRS, 5819WHS, 5828/5828V and 5850
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transmitters are not intended for UL installations.
• Auto Enroll mode for programming wireless keys.
• Provides a method for deleting a serial number and re-enrolling a new one in its place.
• Provides default settings for the wireless key functions.
• Operates the on-board relay in conjunction with the receiver (e.g., to trip a garage door opener).
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This feature is not intended for UL installations.
• Activates relays programmed into the control panel.
• Provides an End User mode to enable/disable local wireless keys (e.g., if a user accidentally loses a wireless key). Refer to the
6150RF User Guide for this procedure.
INSTALLING THE 6150RF
Locate the 6150RF in an area and at a height where it is
convenient for user operation. The 6150RF must be at least
10 feet from the control panel to ensure proper operation of
the RF receiver. Perform the following steps to install the
1. Push the two case release snaps at the bottom of the
keypad with the blade of a medium screwdriver (this will
push in the release snap), then pull that side of the case
back away. Insert the screwdriver in the side of the
keypad (between the front and back case) and gently
twist to release the side locking tab. Repeat for the other
side. Refer to Figure 1 for location of the case back
release snaps and locking tabs.
2. Route the wiring from the control panel through the
opening in the case back. (See the control panel's
instructions for proper wire run lengths.)
3. Mount the case back directly to a wall or electrical gang
4. Connect the power and data wires from the control panel
to the terminals on the 6150RF as indicated in the
wiring table adjacent to Figure 2.
INSTALLATION AND SETUP GUIDE
• RF jam detection when the receiver is enabled.
• Low-battery indications for the local wireless keys.
• A nominal range of 200' for the RF transmitters (some
transmitters have a shorter range).
• Wireless keys for control panels that do not support RF
themselves (such as 4110DL).
• Sends status signals (Armed, Ready, etc.) to bi-directional
units such as 5804BDV and 5828/5828V.
5. Connect the wires for the relay output (if used) to the
terminals on the 6150RF's PC board.
6. Reattach the keypad to its case back.
Note: Upon power-up or exit of the Program Mode, the 6150RF
alternately flashes "Ad" and the 2-digit keypad address and
the 2-digit receiver address on the display. Press any key to
display the system status.
TO REMOVE CASE BACK
PUSH IN THE TWO MOUNTING
SNAPS LOCATED ALONG THE
BOTTOM OF THE KEYPAD
AND LIFT UP.
Figure 1 – Removing the 6150RF Case Back
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