The easiest way to determine what kind of needle you need is to read the serial number that lines the cartridge. To that end, you will want to make sure that you have an adequate understanding of the parts you are dealing with before getting started.
Recommended Programming ProcedureThe following is a step-by-step procedure recommended for programming your VISTA-50P/VISTA-50PUL system. 1. Set the keypads (and other peripheral devices) to the appropriate addresses. 2. Set factory defaults by pressing ,97. This will automatically enable keypad addresses 00-03, so be sure at least one keypad is set to one of these addresses. 3. Program system-wide (global) data fields. Using the programming form as a guide, enter program mode and program all system-wide programming fields. These options affect the entire system, regardless of partitions. They include control options, downloader and dialer options, RF options, event logging options, etc. Refer to the Program Field Index for a listing of the program fields and their function. Note that field 2,00 (number of partitions) must be programmed before continuing. 4. Program partition-specific fields. When the system-wide fields have been programmed, program all partition-specific programming fields by first pressing ,91 to select a partition (while still in data field program mode). Then enter the first partitionspecific field number ,09. When you are finished, the next partition-specific field is automatically displayed. Partition-specific fields can have different values for each partition. To program the fields for the next partition, press ,91, enter the desired partition number, then enter field ,09. Refer to the PROGRAMMING section in the VISTA-50P/VISTA-50PUL Installation and Setup Guide for detailed instructions. 5. Use #93 Menu Mode for device programming. Refer to Device Programming in this guide to assign keypad ID numbers and default partitions for each keypad, and to selectively suppress certain keypad sounding options. Also use this mode to assign RF receivers, relay modules, and the VIP module. 6. Use #93 Menu Mode for zone programming. Refer to Zone Programming in this guide to program zone response types, assign right loop zones and wireless zones, assign zones to partitions, and to program alarm report codes. 7. Use #93 Menu Mode for programming outputs. Refer to Output Programming in this guide to program desired output operation. 8. Program Communication options. Refer to System Communication section in the VISTA-50P/VISTA-50PUL Installation and Setup Guide for detailed instructions. Then use #93 menu mode to program report codes. 9. Use #93 Menu Mode for programming alpha descriptors. Refer to Alpha Programming in this guide to enter zone and partition descriptors and a custom installer's message. 10. Use #93 Menu Mode for relay voice descriptors and custom word substitutes. Refer to Relay Voice Descriptors in this guide for further instructions for programming relay descriptors to be annunciated by the VIP module, as well as the Custom Index section for custom word substitutes. 11. Use #80 Mode for programming schedules. Refer to the Scheduling Menu Prompts in the VISTA-50P/VISTA-50PUL Installation and Setup Guide to program open/close schedules, temporary and holiday schedules, limitation of access schedules, and timedriven events. 12. Define user access codes. Refer to User Access Codes in the VISTA-50P/VISTA-50PUL Installation and Setup Guide to program authority level, O/C reporting option, partition assignments, and RF key assignments for each user. 13. Exit Programming Mode. Exit programming mode by pressing either ,98 or ,99. Additional entries of ,99 are required if the exit is being done from fields 1,00 and above. To prevent re-access to programming mode using the Installer's code, use ,98. The only way to re-access programming mode is by depressing both the [,] and [#] keys at the same time within 30 seconds of powerup. Exiting by using ,99 always allows reentry into programming mode using the Installer code. Either way of exiting allows access via downloading. Note that if local programming lockout is set via downloading, programming mode cannot be entered at the keypad.
Zone ProgrammingIf using 5800 Series transmitters, do not the install batteries until you are ready to enroll them. After enrolling the transmitter, the battery need not be removed. This is to prevent enrolling the wrong serial number.
After you have enrolled each wireless device, remove ONE of the serial number labels from that device and affix it in the appropriate column on the worksheets provided later in this Programming Guide; then enter the other information (zone number, zone type, etc.) relevant to that device. When you have finished programming all zones, test each using the system's Test Mode. Do not use the Transmitter ID Sniffer Mode. The system checks only for transmission of one zone on a particular transmitter, NOT the zones assigned to each additional loop, and also does not verify polling loop type zones.
After you have enrolled each wireless device, remove ONE of the serial number labels from that device and affix it in the appropriate column on the worksheets provided later in this Programming Guide; then enter the other information (zone number, zone type, etc.) relevant to that device.
EXPLANATIONIf you selected device type 01 (alpha keypad), or 02 (fixed-word keypad), this prompt appears. Enter the addressable device's default partition number (01 to maximum number of partitions programmed for system in field 2*00). This is the primary partition for the device. Enter 9 to make this keypad a "Master" keypad for the system. Press [,] to accept entry. Keypads can be individually programmed to suppress arm/disarm beeps, entry/exit beeps and chime mode beeps. This helps prevent unwanted sounds from disturbing users in other areas of the premises. Enter a number 00-03 for the keypad sounding suppression options desired for the keypad as follows: 00 = no suppression 01 = suppress arm/disarm & entry/exit beeps 02 = suppress chime mode beeps only 03 = suppress arm/disarm, entry/exit and chime mode beeps Press [,] to accept entry.
Zone Types: 00=zone not used 01=entry/exit 1 02=entry/exit 2 03=perimeter 04=interior (follower) 05=day/night burglary 06=24-hour silent 07=24-hour audible 08=24-hour auxiliary 09=supervised fire Input Types: 00=not used 01=hardwired 03=supervised RF transmitter 04=unsupervised RF transmitter 05=RF button transmitter 06=serial number polling loop 07=Dip switch-type polling loop 08=right loop dip switch polling loop 10=interior (delay) 20=arm stay 21=arm away 22=disarm 23=no alarm response
4. Zone 8 supports 2-wire latching type glass break detectors. 1. Zone 1 may be selected for EOLR supervised See Installation and Setup Guide for recommended type or normally closed (no EOLR) operation via and maximum number of detectors supported. cut jumper. (Cut red jumper for normally closed operation. Do not cut for Fire Usage). Zones 2-8 5. Cut blue jumper to disable supervision of alarm sounder output. may be selected for either operation via program Leave jumper intact to supervise output. (See Installation and field *41. Setup Guide for Programming and Wiring Instructions). 2. Zone 1 supports 2-wire smoke detectors. See Installation and Setup Guide for recommended type and maximum number of detectors supported.
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