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I have a Honeywell Vista 250. I don't want to use a monitoring company. I'd like the system to call my mobile phone if there is an alarm. I have entered my mobile phone number as the primary phone number. When an alarm occurs it rings me, I answer and there is no tones. I hang up and it will continue to call me every minute or so. Is there something I have to program so it only calls me once? Or do I have to press * and wait for it to hang up?
Any help would be great.
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folks

i'm trying to get the panel to automatically arm stay every night at 9pm. When I go to schedules, should I choose Type as auto stay or need to check another option?

Thx
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is anyone having issues with this constantly changing? today i realized a 24 hour gas station wasn't sending panics because the default was 1 time per armed period or 24 hours, seriously, that makes no sense whatsoever, yes i know i can turn off # 6 NOW, but c’mon 1 transmission by default ??? “ gee sorry, government is trying to protect u and only allowed u 1 panic signal per 24 hours, i apologize” fu@@ing ridiculous
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If you are pulling a wire from one keypad to the second keypad, then simply pull an extra wire to your second motion at the same time.

If you want to wire each motion to each keypad zone, you have to ensure that each keypad is assigned its own slot # in 000.  Then assign whatever zone number you want to each keypad zone in 020.  For example...  Keypad 11 / Keypad zone 21 and Keypad 12 / Keypad zone 33.  (These are just examples.)  But with zone #'s you specify, it would be Keypad 11 / Keypad zone 11 and Keypad 12 / Keypad zone 12.
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for connecting motion detectors to a keypad zone you will need to assign the keypad zones in section 020, set the zone type and make it an active zone.

connect the r and b terminals of the keypad to the smoke power terminals

connect the contacts of the motion det to z and b of the keypad

Each of the terminals of the keypad will have the following...

R - R1 R2
B - B1 B2 Y2
Y - Y1
G - G1
Z - G2

Where 1 is the keybus wiring and 2 is the motion wiring.

Many thanks! I really appreciate the replies - now everything is clear to me on how to physically connect the keypad and the sensors.

Now that solves 1 motion sensor, but what about the other one? I will have to wire 2 sensors and since one goes to the second keypad, I assume that other motion sensor will go to PC1616, right?

I have learned so far how to connect a motion sensor to the PC1616 (at least in theory), but the problem I expect is related to zone numbering:
  • the sensor I am looking to wire is now zone 11 (and zone 12 for the one going to keypad). I have only connection on PC1616 for zones 1 to 6, right? Shall I connect the current zone 11 sensor  to (lets say) Z6 connectors, then somehow programme the current zone 6 to be renamed zone 11 and vice-versa?
  • is this the correct approach?
  • if so, can someone please explain how to reprogramme, or better still tell me a good source of information where I can learn the zone programming procedure please?
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Each of the terminals of the keypad will have the following...

R - R1 R2
B - B1 B2 Y2
Y - Y1
G - G1
Z - G2

Where 1 is the keybus wiring and 2 is the motion wiring.
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for connecting motion detectors to a keypad zone you will need to assign the keypad zones in section 020, set the zone type and make it an active zone.

connect the r and b terminals of the keypad to the smoke power terminals

connect the contacts of the motion det to z and b of the keypad
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Well, if you cannot home run cables for the motions, then you could probably run one to the garage keypad and use the Z terminal in the keypad.  Then run the second motion along with the keybus cable to the other keypad and use that Z terminal as well.

Thank you for reply!

Regarding using the Z terminal of the second keypad: the motion detector has 4 wires, right? Shall I connect green wire to the Z connector, then red, black and yellow to the respective coloured terminals on the keypad?

I can try and run the wires all the way to PC1616 along the wires for the second keypad, however connecting directly to the second keypad would be nice.

Once again, many thanks for your input, I am new to this field and try to learn as I go.
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more progress made... DLS had now got the firmware update showing as pending (has been for a while now).  Is there anything else that needs to be done on the panel or keypad to start the process?
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I think I'm making some progress.

I'm not getting "Remote firmware option is disabled in system"

I think once I get this sorted, I should be good.  Can anyone advise where this option needs to be set?
Thanks,
Luke
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