Ademco Vista-10 Program Sheet

Enter Program 1. Master Code + 8 + 0 + 0 (Display should show 00)

or

2. Power down then back up and press * and # within 1 minute

Move to Location * + Location

View Location # + Location (Display will read off one digit at a time)

Exit Program 1. *98 exits and does not allow re-entry to programming without cycling power and pressing * and #

or

2. *99 exits and does allow re-entry by Installer Code + 8 + 00

Programming can be re-entered up to 1 minute after exiting with * and # (# + 0 disables this feature)

Default Panel *97

Compatibility

Power Ratings 500ma Aux output

2A Siren output

Keypad Address (6128/6139/6150/6160 keypads)

  1. Remove power from keypad then power back up

  2. Hold 1 & 3 for 3 seconds, "ADDR = XX" or "XX" should appear (XX = current address)

  3. Within 10 seconds enter 00 to erase old address then enter new address (31)

  4. Press * to save and exit

(6150RF keypads)

  1. Power keypad down then back up

  2. Hold 1 & 3 for 3 seconds until flashing " - - 0 0" (if "DA" shows power down then up again)

  3. Press 1 and "cA XX" should appear (XX = current address)

  4. Press 31 then * to exit back to flashing " -- 0 0"

4. Press * to exit

Sniffer Test (Tests wireless sensors)

  1. Installer Code + # + 3

  2. Keypad displays all wireless sensors, faulting sensor removes it from list

  3. Exit with Installer Code + 1 (OFF)

Go-No Go Test (Verifies adequate RF by reducing receiver signal strength by 50%)

  1. Installer Code + # + 4

  2. a. Siren sounds

b. Panel may send walk test signal (If test signal was programmed)

c. "dd" appears on screen

d. Keypad will beep every 15 seconds

  1. Fault sensor, keypad should beep 3 times and display zone number,

if no beeps sound reorient or move sensor a few inches and try again

  1. Exit with Installer Code + 1 (OFF)

Hex Program Hex A = # + 10 B = # + 11 C = # + 12 D = # + 13 E = # + 14 F = # + 15

  1. = Enable

1 = 5700 (4281) Receiver

2 = 5800 (5881) Receiver

5700 Sensors are added as hardwire zones 10 to 18

4281L receiver adds 4 zones, 4281M and 4281H add 8

  1. = Enable

(5700 Wireless, 5804BD, 5827BD Keypad/Keyfobs) 01-31

  1. = 4204 Relay Module

(Allows access to Voice module) 1st digit = 1 to 9

2nd digit = # + 11 = * or # + 12 = #

  1. = Enable

  1. = Enable

  1. = No Fire Timeout

  1. = 4 minutes

  2. = 8 minutes

  3. = 12 minutes

  4. = 16 minutes

Exit Delay = Entry + 15 seconds 1 = 20 seconds

2 = 30 seconds

3 = 45 seconds

4 = 60 seconds

  1. = 90 seconds

  1. = Enable

End Phone with * # + 11 = * # + 12 = # # + 13 = 2.5 second pause

(Hex B = #+11 C = #+12 D = #+13 E = #+14 F = #+15)

  1. = DTMF Dial

  2. = Pulse Dial, CS on Watts Line

  3. = DTMF Dial, CS on Watts Line

  1. = 3/1, 4/1 Radionics Standard

  2. = 4/2 Ademco L/S Standard

  3. = 4/2 Radionics Standard

6 = 4/2 Ademco Express

7 = Contact ID

8 = 3/1, 4/1 Ademco L/S Expanded

9 = 3/1, 4/1 Radionics Expanded

To Primary Phone To Secondary Phone

0 = All Reports Backup only

  1. = Alarms, Restore, Cancel All Other Reports

  2. = All Reports except Open/Close, Test Open/Close, Test

  3. = Alarms, Restore, Cancel All Reports

  4. = All Reports except Open/Close, Test All Reports

  5. = All Reports (Dual Reporting) All Reports

  1. = Enable

  1. = 24 Hours

  2. = Weekly

  3. = Monthly

  1. = Sescoa

  1. = Enable

  2. = Enable for RF Arming (keyfobs etc)

  1. = 10 ms

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1. Enter Zone to program (01 to 96) (* for next, # for previous menu)

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Hardwire Zone 01 to 06

Smoke Detectors Zone 05 only

Police Panic Zone 07

Duress Zone 08

Receiver Tamper/Trouble Zone 09

Wireless Zone 10 to 25 (Depends on receiver capacity)

Fire Panic Zone 95

Medical Panic Zone 96

2. This shows current summary of Zone programming (* for next, # for previous menu)

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3. Enter Zone Type (* for next, # for previous menu)

Tech_201000000092.gif 00 = Zone Disabled 08 = 24 hour Aux/Medical

  1. = Delay Zone 09 = Fire

  2. = Do not Use 10 = Interior Delay

  3. = Perimeter/Instant 20 = Arm-Stay (RF only)

  4. = Interior Follower/Motions 21 = Arm-Away (RF only)

  5. = Trouble by Day/Alarm by Night 22 = Disarm (RF only)

  6. = 24 hour Silent/Holdup 23 = No Alarm Response

  7. = 24 hour Police Panic

4. Enter Report Code (* for next, # for previous menu)

Tech_201000000094.gif (10 in first section gives a report of A0)

Hardwire Zones will advance to step 8, for Wireless Zones continue

(If it doesn't go to next steps check if Receiver has been programmed in *22)

5. Enter type of Sensor

Tech_201000000095.gif 3 = Supervised RF (most sensors are RF)

4 = Un-Supervised RF

5 = Button Type (Keyfobs/Panics etc)

6. Enter Loop number (Some older systems) (* for next, # for previous menu)

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Door Switch Internal switch Loop 2

External hardwire sensor Loop 1

Glassbreak Loop 1

Smoke Detectors Loop 1

Motions Loop 1

Keyfobs Bottom Right Button = Loop 1

(Each button counts as 1 zone) Top Right Button = Loop 2

Top Left Button = Loop 3

Bottom Left Button = Loop 4

7. Serial Number Programming

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Press 1 and either enter serial number or trip sensor twice, 1st to learn, 2nd to confirm

Note: Serial numbers found on sticker on of sensor, if not, learn by tripping sensor

Tech_201000000173.gif This shows ready to learn

Tech_201000000174.gif This shows Serial Number either manually entered or learned

Tech_201000000175.gif This may appear showing sensor was confirmed

8. This is the new programming of sensor (* for next, # for previous menu)

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9. Normally press 0 to return to start or 1 if if customer has 6139 keypad

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  1. nd digit = Exit Alarm

I _ 0 _I Stay

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  1. Enter Relay to program (01 to 04) (* for next, 00 to exit)

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  2. This shows summary of current Relay START programming (* for next, # for previous menu)

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(What starts the Relay)

  1. This shows summary of current Relay STOP programming (* for next, # for previous menu)

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(What stops the Relay)

  1. Enter what Relay will do when activated (* for next, # for previous menu)

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0 = No Response (or skip)

  1. = Close for 2 seconds

  2. = Close and stay closed

  3. = Continuous Pulse On/Off

5. Enter what will start the Relay (optional) (* for next, # for previous menu)

Tech_201000000164.gif 0 = Not Used (or skip)

  1. = on an Alarm

  2. = on a Zone Fault (or Keyfob button)

  3. = on a Trouble

6. Enter Zone List from *81 which STARTS Relay (optional) (* for next, # for previous menu)

Tech_201000000165.gif 0 = Not Used (or skip)

  1. = Zone List 1

  2. = Zone List 2

  3. = Zone List 3

7. Enter Zone Type that will START the Relay (optional) (* for next, # for previous menu)

Tech_201000000166.gif 00 = Not Used (or skip) 31 = End of Exit Time

  1. = Entry/Exit Zone 32 = Start of Entry Time

03 = Perimeter/Instant Zone 33 = Any Burglar Alarm

04 = Interior Follower/Motions 34 = Code + # + 7 Key Entry

05 = Trouble by Day/Alarm by Night 35 = Code + # + 8 Key Entry

06 = 24 hour Silent/Holdup 36 = Bell Timeout or Disarm

07 = 24 hour Police Panic 37 = 2x Bell Timeout or Disarm

08 = 24 hour Aux/Medical 38 = Chime

09 = Fire 39 = Any Fire Alarm

10 = Interior Delay 40 = Bypassing

20 = Arm-Stay 41 = AC Power Failure

21 = Arm-Away 42 = System Low Battery

22 = Disarming

8. Enter Zone List that will STOP the Relay (optional) (* for next, # for previous menu)

Tech_201000000167.gif 0 = Not Used

  1. = Zone List 1

  2. = Zone List 2

  3. = Zone List 3

9. Enter Zone Type that will STOP the Device (optional) (* for next, # for previous menu)

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10. This shows summary of new Relay Relay programming (* for next, # for previous menu)

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11. This shows summary of new Relay STOP programming (* for next, # for previous menu)

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12. Enter next Relay to program or 00 to exit

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  1. Enter Zone List to program (01 to 03) or 00 to Quit (* for next, # for previous menu)

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  2. Enter Zone Number to add to List (01, 02 etc) or 00 to Quit (* for next, # for previous menu)

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Multiple Zones can be added (example: 01* 03* 25*etc)

  1. If deleting a Zone List enter (01 to 03) or 0 to skip (* for next, # for previous menu)

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  2. If deleting Zone within Zone List enter 1 or 0 to skip (* for next, # for previous menu)

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4a. If 1 was entered from previous step enter here then 00 (* for next, # for previous menu)

Tech_201000000119.gif Multiple Zones can be deleted (example: 01* 03* 25*etc)

  1. Enter next Zone List to program or 00 to Quit (* for next, # for previous menu)

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  1. = Unlimited per Armed period

  1. to 14 = Rings before answer

15 = Answering Machine over-ride