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Vista-21iP Control Panel WebCast. Agenda. Introduction Summary of Connections Programming Locations *29 Menu Mode IP / GSM Review. Features. Programming based on the Vista-20P 48 zones maximum (any configuration) 8 wired zones standard 15 wired zones using zone doubling
Vista-21iP Control PanelWebCastAgenda
  • Introduction
  • Summary of Connections
  • Programming Locations
  • *29 Menu Mode IP / GSM
  • Review
  • Features
  • Programming based on the Vista-20P
  • 48 zones maximum (any configuration)
  • 8 wired zones standard
  • 15 wired zones using zone doubling
  • 40 max wired expansion (4219/4229)
  • 40 max wireless (5800 series)
  • 16 Keyfob zones (Exclusive of the 48 max)
  • but will use up points on the receiver.
  • 16 Programmable outputs (4204/4229/X10)
  • 2 on-board voltage triggers
  • 4 Symphony (AUI) Consoles
  • Features
  • 12 zone lists
  • ZL3 = chime by zone
  • ZL4 = cross zones
  • ZL5 = night stay zones
  • ZL9-12 = zones to send to pager
  • Pager support (up to 4)
  • Fully downloadable
  • 100 event log (view via keypad or downloader)
  • Features
  • 5 Assignable User Code Authority Levels
  • 10 Digit Account Number
  • Battery Saver
  • SIA Compliant
  • True Partitioning
  • Voice Chime
  • Unvacated Auto Stay
  • Step Arming
  • IP Downloading
  • Features
  • Event Log Viewable at Keypad
  • Automatic Periodic Test Setup
  • Programmable Triggers
  • Real-Time Clock Scheduling
  • Zone Doubling
  • Zones 2-8 may be designated EOLR NO or NC in programming (By zone)
  • Features
  • AAV Monitor Zone (ZT81)
  • Monitor Zone (ZT12)
  • Carbon Monoxide Zone (ZT14)
  • Keyswitch (ZT77)
  • Configurable Zone Type (90-93) (example:Vent Zone)
  • Cross Zoning (ZL4)
  • FeaturesNight Arming (ZL5)Function Key Programming (*57)Separate Pager Support (Allows use of Primary and Secondary CS phone numbers while paging is being used - also adds more paging options)Pager Delay Timer (*172)Anti-takeover Options (*88)ANSI/SIA CP-01-2000A FALSE ALARM REDUCTION standard, calls for manufacturer’s to default control panels as follows:
  • 60 second exit delay
  • 30 second entry delay plus 30 second dialer delay
  • Auto Stay arming enabled
  • Cancel verify option is enabled (displays on keypad)
  • Swinger suppression defaulted to 1 report per zone per armed period
  • Vista-21iP Summary of ConnectionsSummary of Connections 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8Aux power output600mA max (500mA for UL)T1 + - T2(17) (18)COMDATSYNCCut RED jumper to enable bell supervision- +1234567AC TransformerKeypads and other addressable devices16.5VAC 40VAAlarm Output 2A max(600mA for UL)+ -Summary of ConnectionsNormally Open(UN-SUPERVISED)Normally Closed(UN-SUPERVISED)EOLR(SUPERVISED)Zone 1Zone 2Zone 3Zone 4891011121314HIHIHILOLOHILO2K2KNOTE: EOLR, NC, or NO for zones 2-8 are selectable, by zone, in programming.Max resistance (each zone) = EOLR +/- 300 OHMS.Zone DoublingZones 7 & 15Zone 8 & 1618HILO19LOHI203K3KZone 7Zone 8 ZONEPAIRS : 2 / 10 3 / 11 4 / 12 5 / 13 6 / 14 7 / 15 8 / 166.2K6.2KZone 15Zone 16NOTE: ZD for zones 2-8 are selectable, by zone, in programming.Phone and GroundTelephone WiringEarth Ground2122232425Tip Ring Tip RingHandset IncomingInternet (IP) ConnectionHardwire Internet Connection: Connect an activeethernet cable (with RJ45 connector) to the IPconnector on the upper left corner of the control board.The control must be registered on an AlarmNet account before internet communication can occur.When the internet connection is active, the Network LEDs have the following functions:Important: Use of the Internet connection or VISTA-GSM module requires an AlarmNet–I account.Vista-21iP Vista-GSM Module InstallationVISTA-GSM
  • General Vista-GSM information
  • An optional communication module that can be used to back up the on-board Ethernet communication.
  • Provides cellular radio communication with the AlarmNet network for delivery of alarm and other messages to the monitoring central station
  • Allows upload/download via the Internet using GSM technology
  • Compass Downloading Software
  • VISTA-GSMIMPORTANT! Disconnect power from the control, including the battery, BEFORE installing the VISTA-GSM module.Mounting the GSM ModuleCAUTION: ESD SENSITIVE DEVICE. To discharge any static buildup, briefly touch a chassis ground point before installing this module. Avoid performing this installation while standing on a carpeted floor.VISTA-GSM ModuleMounting the GSM Module
  • Mount the VISTA-GSM Board.
  • Snap the antenna adapter cable’s plug into the VISTA-GSM board connector.
  • Push the three standoffs into the appropriate holes on the VISTA-21iP control board until they snap into place.
  • Carefully align the VISTA-GSM board over the standoffs and the mating connector, then, one at a time, gently push down on the board near each standoff until it snaps into place and the connector is fully seated.
  • Installing the Adapter Plate
  • Install the Antenna Adapter Plate
  • Punch out the large wiring hole knockout and the adjacent smaller knockout from the cabinet’s upper right topside.
  • Position the antenna adapter plate over the large knockout, aligning the plate’s pin with the smaller knockout and push until the adapter snaps into place.
  • Remove the nut and washer from the antenna adapter cable, then secure the cable’s SMA connector to the adapter plate with the washer and nut as shown.
  • Installing the Antenna
  • Install the Antenna
  • The antenna mounts directly onto the antenna adapter cable at the antenna adapter plate.
  • Carefully align the antenna’s connector over the SMA connector protruding from the adapter plate, then screw it down (clockwise) until it is finger tight. Do not over tighten.
  • Vista-21iP Programming LocationsEntry/Exit Programming[ 60,60 ]*34 Exit Delay *35 Entry Delay #1 *36 Entry Delay #2 Part. 1 Part. 2V21iPSIA: 45-96=45-96 secs; 97=120 secsNote: Entries less than 45 will result in a 45 sec delay.00 - 96 = 0-96 Sec. 97 = 120 Sec.[ 30,30 ] Part. 1 Part. 2V21iPSIA: 30-96=30-96 secs; 97=120 secs; 98=180 secs; 99=240 secsNote: Entries less than 30 will result in a 30 sec delay.00 - 96 = 0-96 Sec. 97 = 120 Sec. 98 = 180 Sec. 99 = 240 Sec.[ 30,30 ] Part. 1 Part. 2V21iPSIA: Same as *35Same entry choices as *35Backup CommunicationsThis is a Menu Mode command, not a data field, for programming IP/GSM options. This will be covered in detail in the next section.*29 Menu Mode for IP/GSM Enable*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.[ 0 ]0 = Primary Dialer first1 = IP/GSM module firstProgramming LocationsV21iPSIA:Call Waiting Disable[ 8, 0 ] *91 Option Selection *92 Phone Line Monitor EnableV21iPSIA: Options: Same as listed.Call Waiting Disable:0= call waiting not used1= call waiting disable digits (*70) entered in field *400 = None4 = AAV8 = Exit Delay Restart / Reset(To select both add 4 + 8 and enter #12)[ 0, 0 ]Entry 1: 0 = Disabled 1-15 = 1 Min. - 15 Min. (#10=10 Min.)Entry 2: 0 = Keypad display when line is faulted 1 = Keypad displays PLUS keypad trouble sound 2 = Same as “1” PLUS programmed output device STARTS. If either Part. armed, external sounder activates. 1 2Vista-21iP IP and GSM Module Programming*29 Menu ModeIP and GSM Module Programming
  • This mode is for programming the Internet connection (IP) and optional GSM Module configuration, collectively referred to as the Internal Device.
  • The following describes the programming of the Internal Device using an alpha keypad. Alternatively, these options can be programmed via the AlarmNet Direct website. After programming is complete, the control must be registered with AlarmNet via the Internet connection.
  • Note: The Internal Device is automatically set to address 3 and cannot be changed. Alpha Keypad as a 7720P Programming Tool
  • When programming IP/GSM features (with *29 menu mode), the alpha keypad mimics the functions of the 7720P Programming Tool. Each key has two possible functions: a normal function and a SHIFT function.
  • *29 Menu Mode Keypad FunctionsInternal 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 keyEntering *29 Menu ModeEnable INT IP/GSM?Enable IP/GSM?0= NO 1=YES0 = no, not using either IP or GSM1 = yes, Using IP and/or GSM module[*] to continueProgramming/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=QUITInternal Device ProgrammingInternal Device SelectionInternal DeviceIPDisable – IP – GSM – IP & GSMPress [*] to scroll choicesPress [#] to continue Multi-Mode (email reporting) Disabled = no email reporting of events 4204 Sourced = up to four types of events reported2-4204 Sourced = up to eight types of events reportedPress [#] to continueMulti ModeDisabledMulti-Mode AddressWill appear if Multi-Mode is enabled12 – 15 = Emulated 4204 Relay Module AddressMulti mode Addr(12)Internal Device ProgrammingPrimary City ID01 – 91(decimal) = 2-digit primary city codePrimary City ID?(??)Primary CS ID01 – FE (HEX) = primary central station system IDPrimary CS ID?(??)Primary Subscriber ID0001 – 9999 (decimal) = 4-digit customer account #Primary Sub ID?(????)Remote Access[Y] = use remote services[N] = do not use remote services[#] to continueRemote Access Y/N(N)Internal Device ProgrammingKeypad Address (for Remote Access)Appears only if remote access is enabled1,2,5,6 = emulated AUI address17-23 = emulated standard keypad addressKeypad Address(28)SupervisionIf using IP and /or GSM IP only30 day US UL Line (6min)24 hours US UL Line (90sec)None (no supervision) CN UL Line Lv1 3 (3min) CN UL Line Lv1 4 (90sec) CN UL Line Lv1 5 (75sec) 1 hourSupervision24 hoursInternal Device ProgrammingGSM RolloverOnly if IP & GSM is selected as Internal Device.[Y] = all messages are sent over the GSM in the event of an Internet failure, including Daily or Monthly check-in[N] = all messages are sent automatically over the GSM network in the event of an Internet failure, excluding Daily or Monthly check-inGSM Rollover Y/N(Y)GSM 24 Hour TestOnly if IP & GSM is selected as Internal Device.[Y] = Daily message sent. “secondary communication path loss” is generated if the message is not deliveredGSM 24 Hr Tst Y/N(N)Old Alarm Time10 min – 24 hours = this time sets how long an undeliverable alarm is retried for delivery to the CS.[#] to continueOld Alarm Time10 MinutesInternal Device ProgrammingIP Fault TimeTime delay (in minutes) before the control notifies CS that there is a loss of contact with the AlarmNet network over the Ethernet (IP) connection. 01-99 – If IP & GSM is selected as Internal Device. 00-99 – If using IP Only, where 00 equals no report.IP Fault Time(60 mins)GSM Fault TimeTime delay (in minutes) before the control notifies CS that there is a loss of contact with the GSM network. 01-99 – If IP & GSM is selected as Internal Device. 00-99 – If using GSM Only, where 00 equals no report.GSM Fault Time(60 mins)Notify Panel OfWhen using IP & GSM, select when to notify the panel upon loss of:Neither FaultBoth IP and GSMNotify Panel OfNeither FaultIP address informationUse DHCP Y/N(Y) _If Yes to DHCP, skip to Review?Subnet Mask: IP Address: Serv IP Addr: IP Addr: Y/N[ Y ] = review prompts and entries, starting with Internal Device.[ N ] = Exit *29 Menu mode and return to data field programming mode.Vista-21iPIP / GSM RegistrationRegistration
  • Before registering make sure you have an Ethernet connection with internet access
  • If using a Vista-GSM make sure it is installed and enabled in *29 programming.
  • The Vista-GSM SIM will be activated during the Ethernet registration process.
  • If you are not connecting the panel to Ethernet, then choose one of the following options to activate the SIM:
  • If the Vista-GSM has an AID number (only on date code M114 or later), you may activate the SIM via AlarmNet Direct.
  • If the Vista-GSM has no AID (date code prior to M114), you must register the panel with a temporary internet connection. Ensure the Vista-GSM is installed and enabled in *29 programming prior to registration.
  • SIM Activation Note: This device is not activated as shipped from the factory (indicated by unlit RSSI LEDs), and must be activated before it can be used.RegistrationRegister with Alpha Keypad using *29 Menu Mode
  • Enter *29 Menu Mode, select [ 2 ] Diagnostic mode, then press Shift then [ ] key (D key followed by the B key). The registration message is sent and the device uploads its root file.
  • Registration SUCCESS displayed indicates a successful registration.
  • Registering . . .RegistrationSuccessfulExit *29 Menu mode = press Shift then Esc ( [D] then [A] )Vista-21iPIP / GSM DiagnosticsIP/GSM LED and Switch loationsIP/GSM Status LEDs
  • There are three status LEDs used to indicate IP/GSM message and internal device status:
  • STATUS, green
  • MESSAGE, Yellow
  • FAULT, red
  • Each LED can have 4 different states: ON, OFF, FAST BLINK, SLOW BLINK
  • Signal Strength (RSSI)
  • RSSI is a measure of how well the VISTA-GSM is receiving the cell tower.
  • The RSSI value measured in dBm can also be viewed on the keypad display by using the shift [E] command while in *29 Menu mode – Diagnostic mode.
  • For reliable service, the antenna should only be installed in locations where the RSSI is a minimum of three bars.
  • Inadequate Signal StrengthIf sufficient signal strength cannot be achieved using the Internal or Outdoor antenna options, you can use an external AlarmNet Device. The steps below explain how to do this: 1. Power down the control. 2. Remove the Internet cable from the RJ45 connector (if connected) 3. Disable the Internal IP/GSM portion of the control board by moving the Internal IP/GSM Jumper to the OFF pair of pins. 4. Connect the communication device to the control’s ECP terminals. 5. Power up the control and the communication device. 6. Refer to *29 Menu mode, Enable INT IP/GSM prompt, for programming information. 7. Refer to the Installation and Setup Guide included with the communication device for the registration procedure.Signal Strength (RSSI) and Status LEDs
  • The top RED LED lit indicates that the display is in RSSI mode.
  • Status Indicator Switch
  • Press and hold the Status LED Indicator Switch to view network carrier status
  • When held the top RED LED will be off and the other LEDs have the following meaning:
  • Vista-21iP*29 Menu ModeDiagnostic CommandsProgrammer Keyboard CommandsINTERNAL IP/GSMx.x.xx mm/dd/yy[ A ]Software RevisionMAC xxxxxxxxxxxxMAC CRC yyyy MAC Address[ B ][ * ] to go to SCIDSCID DisplaySCID xxxxx xxxxx xxxxx xxxxxSIM Card Identification number[ * ] to go to IMEIIMEI xxxxxxxx xxxxxx xIMEI DisplayInternational Mobile Equipment Identity numberProgrammer Keyboard CommandsMon 01 Jan 200105:48:39 am[ C ]TimeNote: [ D ] Command is available if IP or IP/GSM is enabled.Network Diagnostics DisplayPhysical LinkGood[ D ][ * ] to go to NIC IP AddressNIC IP Information Display[ * ] to go to Subnet MaskSubnet[ * ] to go to Gateway IP AddressProgrammer Keyboard CommandsIP Information Display Continued.Gateway IP[ * ] to go to DNS Server IPDNS Serv[ * ] to go to encryption testEncryption TestAES Passed![ * ] to go to DHCPDHCPOKProgrammer Keyboard CommandsPriRSSI GPRS REG-xxxdbm x x GSM Status Display[ E ][ * ] = next field, [BS] = previous fieldCntry Netw LACxxx xxx xxxxx[ * ] = next field, [BS] = previous fieldCell BasSt ChanXxxxx x xxx[ * ] = next field, [BS] = previous fieldSecond Site RSSI-xxxdbmProgrammer Keyboard CommandsTesting GatewayRedir 1[ F ]Run Network Diagnostic TestOnly if IP or IP/GSM is enabled[ * ] = next field, [BS] = previous fieldChecks for trouble on IP/GSMFLTOK[ S ][ * ] = next field, [BS] = previous fieldTest Msg Sent[ T ]Test Alarm[ * ] = next field, [BS] = previous fieldReset CPU Y/N[ X ]Reset the IP/GSM[ * ] = next field, [BS] = previous fieldProgrammer Keyboard CommandsForce Server Update?Y/N[ 0 ]Force Upload of Configuration FileNote: If the internet is not available, and the module is not initialized when you enter this command, the following screen will be displayed.Cannot UploadTry Later!_Path for Data Transmission Not Available. click on MyWebTechUser name: honeywellPassword: support99Honeywell Security support e-mail:
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