Keypad for Vista 128BP

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Old 08-12-19, 02:26 PM
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Keypad for Vista 128BP

I need to find a keypad for a customers older system. It's a Vista 128BP REV- 2.4

On it it says compatible keypads..... 6128, 6137, 6139.
This would be to replace one of two alpha numeric touch keypads.

Are these still available or is there a better choice ?
 
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The 6160 alpha keypad and the 6150 fixed language keypad are the current models, and will be compatible.
 
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Thanks for the information.

If I use the 6160 are the graphics held in the panel and will they appear after I address the new keypad ?

Do I just program the keypad with the address of the defective one ?
Do I need to change anything in panel programming ?
 

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If I use the 6160 are the graphics held in the panel and will they appear after I address the new keypad ?

Yes. Alpha descriptors are resident in panel programming.

Do I just program the keypad with the address of the defective one ?

Yes.

Do I need to change anything in panel programming ?

No. With Ademco/Honeywell, keypads are just plug, address, 'n' play.
(One of the major reasons I favor the brand.)
 
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Thanks for the info.

Most of the systems I work on are Bosch where everything is complicated.
 
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