Home Ademco Ademco Vista Ademco Vista Ademco 5800 Sensors 5818 Recessed Door Sensor 5819WHS Shock Sensor 5809 Heat Detector 5814 Mini-Door Sensor Ademco 5816 Door/Window Transmitter 6128RF Keypad Receiver Keypad will operate as 5881M (Max 16 transmitters) Sensors cannot be closer than 18 inches to keypad Programming is same as 5881, add receiver as standard 5881 receiver in panel programming Points toRemember 1. If User Code assigned to keyfob changes it will need reprogrammed(Because of this program a secondary User Code as “Keyfob Code”)2. Keyfobs programmed into keypad do not take up a zone, up to 8 keyfobs can be added3. Keyfobs programmed into keypad are not supervised for low battery trouble Default KeyfobProgrammingSetup Loop 1 = Relay toggle On/Off (usually change this to Panic)Loop 2 = DisarmLoop 3 = Arm AwayLoop 4 = Arm Stay Enter Program 1. Press 1 and 3 together for 5 seconds within 30 seconds of power up2. Keypad will flash “- – 0 0” (if other numbers display press *)3. Press 5 to go to Keyfob programming (next section) Default Keypad 1. Press 1 and 3 keys together for several seconds withiin 30 seconds on power up2. Keypad beeps 3 times, “- – 0 0” will flash on display, press * if something else appears3. Press 9, keypad will flash EE4. Press 1 to default, keypad will beep 3 times and return to flashing “- – 0 0”(Any other key return to flashing “- – 0 0” without defaulting) Location 5 Wireless Key Enrollment1. Display will show “d -,” Enter 1 to program Keyfob 1, 2 for Keyfob to etc2. Display will flash “d1” for Keyfob 1, “d2” for Keyfob 2 etc3. Press 1 to continue to program serial number4. Display will flash “bl”, press any key on keyfobNote: To erase a keyfob press # here5. “bl” + serial number will now flash6. Press * to continue, display will flash “d” + Keyfob number7. Press 2, display flashes “u4”, enter a 4-digit Code already programmed in panel8. Press * , display will flash “d” + Keyfob number9. Press 4 to program button Loop Numbers, display will show “A-,”10. Enter loop number, display will show “A -” and the loop number11. Enter function for this loop 1 = Disarm2 = Arm Away3 = Arm Stay4 = Arm Maximum7 = Arm Instant# + 99 = Police Panic# + 7 = Manually Start Relay a Action (Vista-10/Via-30PSE Only)(If Vista-20SE use # + 7 + Device Number)# + 8 = Manually Stop Relay a Action (Vista-10/Via-30PSE Only)(If Vista-20SE’s use # + 7 + Device Number)# + 71 = Relay as programmed in Control (Vista-40/50P only)# + 72 = Relay as programmed in Control (Vista-40/50P only)# + 72 = Access Control Relay for Partition (Vista-40/50P only) 12. Display should flash “A” + Loop Number + Function programmed13. Press * for next loop (Display will flash “A-,” again)OR13. If finished press * until display flashes “d-” and move to next KeyfobOR go to 14 to program Relay action14. Press 5, display will flash “o-“, enter loop to control relay15. Enter Relay Action, display will then show “o” + loop number + Relay Action 1 = Relay Off2 = Relay On3 = Relay Toggles On/Off4 = Relay Closes for 2 seconds (This is for Garage Doors) 16. If finished press * until you exit RF keypad programming completely Complete Program Guide (Usually never needed) Programming Locations – U = User Code Digit; Y = Loop Function; Z = Relay Action Field Description Display Choices Default 1 Keypad Address cA 01-31 31 VISTA-10SE/VISTA-20SE use 31VISTA-40 uses 01-15; VISTA-50Puses 01-30 2 Receiver Address rA 00-31 00 VISTA-10SE/VISTA-20SE use 00VISTA-40 uses 01-15; VISTA-50Puses 01-30 3 House ID hI 00-31 10 House ID needed if RF keypadand/or bi-directional unit areused and House ID source isset for nonsystem 4 House ID Source hS 1=System 0=Nonsystem 1 If System House ID source,RF units MUST match House IDin control panel. If NonsystemHouse ID source, RF units MUSTmatch House ID in 6128RF. 5 Keyfob Device Number Programming d- 1-8 — Up to 8 keyfobs may beenrolled in 6128RF. TheseDO NOT occupy any zoneson the control 1 Wireless Key Enroll bl Press Key — Enrolls serial number into 6128RF 2 4-Digit User Code u4 (UUUU) — User code must be one that isactive in the control panel 3 6-Digit User Code u6 (UUUUUU) — For use with 4140XMP controlpanel when set for high securitymode. User code must be onethat is active in the control panel 4 Loop Number A- 1-4 + (YYYY) * See Wireless Key Function Chart.+ Function 5 6128RF Relay Action o- 1-4 + (Z) * 0=no action; 1=relay off; 2=relay on3=relay toggles on & off;4=relay closes for 2 seconds 6 Receiver r- 1=Local 0=System 1 If set for system, be sure thenumber of receivers does notexceed capacity of control panel 7 Transmitter Module tE 1=Enable0=Disable 1 Enable is needed if RF keypadand/or bi-directional unit used Ademco 5816 Temp Sensor 5800 Tm Model For Vista 40 program in #93 as an “Alpha Console” Other panels require no programming Wiring Wire to panel keypad connectors, blue wire not used For Addressable System (Vista-40, Vista-50, Vista-100)Address 28 Cut Red Jumper (W1)Address 29 Cut White Jumper (W2)Address 30 Cut both Jumpers For Non-Addressable System (Vista-10, 4110 etc)No programming or cutting jumpers required 5817 Multi Point Sensor Ademco 5801 Keyfob/Panic 5802/5802MN Remote Panics Ademco 5819 Multi-Point Transmitter Ademco 5804 Remote Keyfob Zone Types 21=Arm-Away22=Disarm 20=Arm-Stay07=24 Hr Police 06= 24 Hr Silent Police 5819WHS Shock Sensor Ademco 5827 Remote Keypad Remove battery when changing switches!Note: older versions will work with 5700 wireless systems, new versions do not House ID Dip Switch House ID Dip Switch 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 dn dn dn dn UP 16 UP dn dn dn dn 2 dn dn dn UP dn 17 UP dn dn dn UP 3 dn dn dn UP UP 18 UP dn dn UP dn 4 dn dn UP dn dn 19 UP dn dn UP UP 5 dn dn UP dn UP 20 UP dn UP dn dn 6 dn dn UP UP dn 21 UP dn UP dn UP 7 dn dn UP UP UP 22 UP dn UP UP dn 8 dn UP dn dn dn 23 UP dn UP UP UP 9 dn UP dn dn UP 24 UP UP dn dn dn 10 dn UP dn UP dn 25 UP UP dn dn UP 11 dn UP dn UP UP 26 UP UP dn UP dn 12 dn UP UP dn dn 27 UP UP dn UP UP 13 dn UP UP dn UP 28 UP UP UP dn dn 14 dn UP UP UP dn 29 UP UP UP dn UP 15 dn UP UP UP UP 30 UP UP UP UP dn 31 UP UP UP UP UP Ademco 5804WATCH Remote Keyfob Works ONLY with 5881EN Encrypted Receivers, will not work on older receivers or Lynx Serial number on bottom sticker of watch, make sure tech writes it down in panel as a backup if lost Operation Press Red SECURITY button then press function desired Program 1. Hold Red SECURITY button for 8 seconds, Loop 1 programming begins (This shows Loop 1 is disabled) 2. Press START/STOP to cycle through available commands (see list at bottom) (This shows Loop 1 is set for AWAY Arming) 3. Press MODE to save selected command and move to next 4. Some commands support a delay from 0 to 15 seconds, cycle selections with START/STOP then press MODE to save and move to Loop 2 (This shows Loop 1 is set for no sending delay) 5. After programming all 4 loops display will show message duration, this is time inseconds signal will send, press START/STOP to cycle selections then MODE to save(bad areas may need longer time to send, good areas less) (This shows send duration of 8 seconds) 6. Press Red SECURITY button to exit programming Available Commands| How it displays on watch |Delay available? NONE (Disabled) NONE No AWAY AWY Yes STAY STY Yes ON ON Yes OFF (Disarm) OFF Yes Panic (General) PAN No Police Panic POL No Medical Panic MED No Fire Panic FIR No Lock* LOK Yes Unlock* UNL Yes Light* LIT Yes Door (Access) DOR Yes Accessory* ACC Yes *sorry don’t know what these commands do yet Ademco 5827BD Bi-directional Keypad Requires 5800TM Transmitter Module If using 5128RF keypad the 5800TM module is not needed If using 5881 or 5882 receiver the 5800TM is needed Panel Programming – 1. Enter RF System type in *22 (1 = 5700 2= 5800)2. Enter House Code in *24 (01 – 31) Keypad Programming – 1. Press * (Yellow light starts blinking)2. Hold 1 and 3 for 3 seconds (Red & Green Lights start blinking)3. * 8 + Master Code + # (Enters Master Code)4. * 1 + Master Code + # (Enables Quick Arm)5. * 9 + House Code + #6. * 57 + # if using 5700 Receiver * 58 + # if 58007. * + # exits programming Ademco 5806 Smoke Detector Sentrol 5745/5845 ShatterPro Wireless Glassbreak Ademco 5807 Smoke Detector Ademco 5849 Glassbreak Ademco 5808 Smoke Detector Ademco 5850 (Intellisense) Glassbreak Ademco 5890 Standard/5895PI Pet Immune Motion Detector Ademco 5890 Standard/5895PI Pet Immune Motion Detector 5128 IR Keypad Required (NOT RF Keypad) Programming (User Codes MUST be programmed first!)1. Enter programming by pressing 5 & 0 together until keypad sounds 6 beeps2. Press # + Keyfob Number (1 to 8) (you will also exit programming)3. Press 5 & 0 together until keypad sounds 6 beeps4. Enter Keyfob Number (1 to 8) then press any button on keyfob5. Enter User Code of person who will use Keyfob + #, keypad should beep 3 times6. Repeat for any other Keyfobs7. Press # to exit Various Hardwire Motion Detectors Various Hardwire Smoke Detectors Various Hardwire Glassbreak Detectors 240-COE Carbon Monoxide Detector Discontinued The alarm has an end-of-sensor-life status indicator that alerts the user that it is time to replace the alarm. The LED flashes green every 1-2 seconds and the sounder chirps every 5 minutes. Pressing the TEST/HUSH button silences the indicator. The indicator reactivates in 36 hours if the alarm is not replaced. When silenced in end of life status, the alarm does not reliablymonitor CO levels. CO1224T Carbon Monoxide Detector Alarm Test Will send alarm signal to panel Hush/Silence If required, the audible alarm can be silencedfor 5 minutes by pushing the button marked “Test/Hush”. The red alarm lightwill continue to flash in temp-4 pattern. If carbon monoxide is still presentafter the 5 minute hush period, the audible alarm will sound. The hush facilitywill not operate at levels above 350 ppm (parts per million) carbon monoxide. RealTest When testing with real CO it will auto silence after about 20 secondIt will reset after all the CO has cleared from the sensor Trouble When the sensor supervision is in a trouble condition (suchas a sensor that has been tampered with), the detector will send a trouble signalto the panel. The detector must then be replaced. There is no local audiblesignal when detector is in trouble. End Of Life When the detector has reached the end of its life,the trouble contact will open. This indicates that the CO sensor inside the detectorhas passed the end of its life and must be replaced. This detector’s lifespanis approximately six years from the date of manufacture. There is no localaudible signal when detector is in trouble. Periodically check the “Replace by”sticker located under the detector cover. The detector must be replaced by this date.