what vista alarm panel is this?


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Old 11-13-16, 03:56 PM
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what vista alarm panel is this?

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Can anyone tell me what vista alarm panel is this? See attached pictures.
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And will the Eyez-On Envisalink EVL-4CG IP Security Interface Module work with it?
 
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What does the "cheat sheet" on the door state? I can see it has an RF module and what looks to be some auxiliary relays.
 
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Here is a picture.

The keypad says Security Manager 2000 but that may not be an accurate way of knowing for sure. There are two keypads and both say 31 when keys 1 and 3 are held at the same time. There used to be two partitions but now there is only one.

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I hope you don't expect me to be able to read all that is printed on those stickers on the door.

YOU need to go over the stickers carefully and you might be able to determine what model of Honeywell/Ademco panel you have. IF it once had a partition then that lessens the number of choices.

The ONLY Honeywell/Ademco panels I have any experience with are the Vista 15P and the Vista 20P The Vista 15P does NOT have partitions and has six native zones on the motherboard. The Vista 20P has the ability of being partitioned and has eight native zones.

Stay tuned, though as there are some REAL alarm techs that read and reply on this forum.
 
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Thanks Furd, I was hoping the stickers on the IC's would indicate the exact panel.
 
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Vista panel ID

I hope these pix will help someone identify the panel along with the other pix (below) of the stickers on the IC's. And can someone explain how both of my keypads are addressed to 31 (when in press 1 and 3 for a few seconds)? I was expecting them to be 16 and 17. I bought an Eyez-On Envisalink EVL-4CG IP Security Interface Module and am doing research before hooking it up and programming it.

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It's the equivalent of a Vista 20se. No, it's not compatible with things like the Eyz on module.
 
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Hi and thanks for yor reply. What makes the Vista 20se not compatible with the Eyez-On if it works with most other Vista panels?
 
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If it makes a difference the Vista 20se instructions say the default installer code is 4112, mine is 6321.
 
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Completely different firmware (and a decade or so of time passage). The 20se (and clones) used non-addressable keypad buss.

The newer panels have individually addressed keypads, and the Envisalink is treated as if it's another keypad with an address.
 
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Mr Ron, Thank you for your help and insight on this. Is there another solution besides upgrading to the 20P if I want to be able to use all of my existing equipment: 2ea hard wired 6139 keypads, 5800 series receiver and transmitter, 2ea wireless bidirectional 5827BD keypads, wireless fob, wireless contacts and motion sensors… Is my only choice to upgrade to the Vista 20P if I want the full functionality of the Eyezon Envisalink4? Or is there another panel that would be a better choice?
 
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Vista 15p, Vista 20p or Vista 20ip are your basic choices. There are higher end panels that are also compatible, but are much more expensive and complicated to set up.

Fortunately, all of your existing hardware is compatible with a newer control, but you would, of course, be configuring everything from scratch.
 
 

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