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N5944-8PRV4 7/04 Rev A
ADEMCO VISTA-120 PartitionedSecurity SystemWithScheduling Programming Guide
 
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Table Of Contents  Recommended Programming Procedure ..........................4 Program Field Index ..........................................................5 VISTA 120 Programming Form .........................................6 Partition-Specific Fields ...................................................11 #93 Menu Mode Programming ........................................13 Zone Programming ..................................................... 14 Expert Mode Zone Programming ................................ 17 Report Code Programming ......................................... 20 Alpha Descriptor Programming ................................... 23 ALPHA DESCRIPTOR VOCABULARY ...................... 26 Device Programming .................................................. 27  
Output Programming ...................................................28 Relay Voice Descriptors ..............................................33 Relay Voice Descriptors and Custom Word Substitutes Vocabulary ............................................34 Custom Word Substitutes for VIP Module Annunciation ............................................................34 System Layout Worksheets............................................. 35 Output Devices Worksheets............................................ 47 Scheduling Menu Prompts .............................................. 53 Scheduling Worksheets................................................... 54 VISTA-120 Summary of Connections Diagram ............... 63
Margin bars are included to indicate which features are new for this version of the VISTA-120.  The purpose of this document is to provide a quick and easy way to program your VISTA-120 system. A recommended programming procedure is included, followed by a list of program fields with the corresponding program group they belong to (System-wide, partition-specific, scheduling, etc.).  Following the program forms are system layout worksheets. We recommend that you use these sheets to plan your system before programming is performed. If you need further information about specific programming options, see the VISTA-120 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.
Single-Partition System
The system default is for a single-partition system. Use the VISTA-120 SINGLE PARTITION PROGRAMMING FORM when programming for single-partition usage. Follow the steps outlined in RECOMMENDED PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE of this document for proper programming procedure. Multiple-Partition System
You must enter the number of partitions you are using in data field 2*00 to set the system for multiple partitions. Use the VISTA-120 SINGLE PARTITION and the PARTITION-SPECIFIC PROGRAM FORMS when programming the system for multiple partitions. Follow the steps outlined in RECOMMENDED PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE of this document for proper programming procedure.   Make sure that one keypad is connected to the control and is set to device address 00." "
  
  
SUMMARY OF PROGRAMMING COMMANDS To enter program mode,enter installer code + [8] + [0] + [0] + [0] To set standard defaults,press97 
• To set communication defaults,press94 + one of the following:80 = low speed;81 = Ademco Express;82 = Ademco Expanded High Speed;83 = Ademco Contact ID • To change to next page of program fields,press94 • To return to previous set of fields,press99 • To erase account & phone number field entries,press [] + field number + [] • To assign zone descriptors,press #93 + follow menu prompts • To add custom words,press #93 + follow menu prompts • To enter Installer's Message,press #93 + follow menu prompts • To exit program mode,press99 toallowprogramming mode by installer code, or pressreaccess to 98 toprevent  reaccess to programming mode by installer code.  Factory-set default values (97) are shown in brackets [ ].
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Recommended Programming Procedure The following is a step-by-step procedure recommended for programming your VISTA-120 system. 1. Set the keypads (and other peripheral devices) to the appropriate addresses. 2. Set factory defaults by pressing97. 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 (the ones that arenotregardless of partitions. They include controlshaded in grey). options affect the entire system,  These options, downloader and dialler options, RF options, event logging options, etc. Note that field 2(number of partitions) & field 100 32 (RF expander type) must be programmed before continuing. 4. Program partition-specific fields. Partition-specific fields can have different values for each partition, (they are the ones shaded in grey in the programming form). After the system-wide fields have been programmed, program all partition-specific programming fields by first pressing91 to select a partition (while still in data field program mode). Then enter the first partition-specific field number03. The next partition-specific field will automatically be displayed when you are finished entering the value for field03. To program the fields for the next partition, press91, enter the desired partition number, then enter field03. 5. Use #93 Menu Mode for device programming. Refer to the Device Programming section of this Programming 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 and relay modules. 6. Use #93 Menu Mode for zone programming. Refer to the Zone Programming section of this Programming 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 relays. Refer to the Relay Programming section of this Programming Guide to program desired relay operation. 8. Program Communication options. Refer to the COMMUNICATION PROGRAMMING section of the Installation Instructions to load communication defaults and to program related fields. Then use #93 mode in this Programming Guide to program report codes if necessary. 9. Use #93 Menu Mode for programming alpha descriptors. Refer to the Alpha Descriptor Programming section of this Programming Guide to enter zone and partition descriptors and a custom installer's message. 10. Use #93 Menu Mode for programming relay voice descriptors and custom word substitutes. Refer to the Relay Voice Descriptors section of this Programming Guide for further instructions for programming relay descriptors to be annunciated by the 4286 VIP module*, as well as the CUSTOM INDEX section for custom word substitutes. *Not applicable to TeleCommand usage. 11. Use #80 Mode for programming schedules. Refer to the SCHEDULING section of the Installation Instructions to program open/close schedules, temporary and holiday schedules, limitation of access schedules, and time driven events. 12. Define user access codes. Refer to SECURITY ACCESS CODES section of the Installation Instructions to program authority level, O/C reporting option, partition assignments, and wireless key assignments for each user. 13. Exit Programming Mode Exit programming mode by pressing either98 or99. A second entry of99 is required if the exit is being done from fields 100 and above. To prevent re-access to Programming mode using the Installer's code, useThe only way to re-access Programming98. mode is by depressing both the [] and [#] keys at the same time within 30 seconds of power up. Exiting by using99 always allows reentry into Programming mode using the Installer's code. Either way of exiting will allow access via downloading. Note that if local programming lockout is set via downloading, programming mode cannot be entered at the keypad.  
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Program Field Index
On the following pages, the programming fields have been arranged in numerical order. Use this index to cross-reference the fields on the programming form. Field Group Field Group Field Group 00 System-wide54 Communications 138 System-wide 01 System-wide 155 Communications39 System-wide 03 System-wide 156 Communications40 System-wide 04 System-wide57 Communications 141 System-wide 05 System-wide58 Communications 142 Communications 06 System-wide 159 Communications43 Partition-Specific 07 System-wide60 Communications 144 System-wide 08 System-wide61 Communications 145 Partition-Specific 09 Partition-Specific79 Communications 146 System-wide 10 Partition-Specific 180 Communications47 Partition-Specific 11 Partition-Specific83 Communications 148 System-wide 12 Partition-Specific84 Partition-Specific 149 System-wide 13 Partition-Specific85 Partition-Specific 150 System-wide 14 System-wide 186 Communications51 System-wide 15 System-wide87 Partition-Specific 152 Partition-Specific 16 Partition-Specific88 Partition-Specific 153 Communications 17 System-wide89 Communications 154 System-wide 18 System-wide 190 Partition-Specific55 System-wide 19 System-wide 1 100 System-wide56 System-wide  120 System-wide01 System-wide 157 System-wide  121 System-wide 102 System-wide58 System-wide  122 Partition-Specific05 System-wide 159 System-wide 23 Partition-Specific 1 106 System-wide60 System-wide  124 System-wide07 System-wide 161 System-wide  125 System-wide 108 System-wide62 System-wide 26 Communications 1 109 System-wide66 System-wide  127 Communications10 System-wide 167 Communications 28 System-wide 111 System-wide 170 System-wide  129 Partition-Specific12 Partition-Specific 171 System-wide 30 Communications 113 Partition-Specific 172 System-wide  131 Communications 114 System-wide73 System-wide 32 Partition-Specific 1 115 Partition-Specific74 System-wide 33 Communications 116 Partition-Specific 175 System-wide  134 Communications 117 System-wide76 Partition-Specific  135 System-wide 118 Partition-Specific77 System-wide 36 System-wide 119 Partition-Specific 200 System-wide 37 System-wide 1 220 System-wide01 System-wide  138 Partition-Specific 221 System-wide02 System-wide 39 Partition-Specific 122 System-wide 205 Partition-Specific  140 Communications 223 System-wide06 Partition-Specific 41 System-wide 124 System-wide 207 Partition-Specific  142 Communications25 System-wide 208 Partition-Specific 43 Communications 1 226 Partition-Specific09 Partition-Specific  144 Communications 227 System-wide10 Partition-Specific  145 Communications28 System-wide 211 System-wide 46 Communications 1 229 System-wide18 Partition-Specific  147 Communications30 System-wide 219 System-wide  148 Communications 231 System-wide20 System-wide  149 Communications 233 Communications21 Communications 50 Communications 1 234 Communications22 Partition-Specific  151 Communications35 System-wide 223 Partition-Specific 52 Communications 136 System-wide 224 Partition-Specific 53 Communications 137 System-wide      
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VISTA 120 Programming Form
Some fields are programmed for each partition (shown as shaded fields). If you are programming a multiple-partition system, see the Partition-Specific Fields section for programming these fields. Standard default (*97) values are shown in brackets [ ]; otherwise, default = 0. 00 [4140] INSTALLER CODE | | | 19 AC MAINS LOSS REPORT RANDOMISE [0]      Enter 4 digits, 0-9 0 = normal report (approx. 2 min after AC loss) tin  01MASTER TO ENABLE INSTALLER [0]      = random 1OisNeEs rCepOoDrEg between 30-60 min ;  | | (Requires User and Installer Code Entry to enter Program20 PH 4286      Mode) Enter 01 - 09 for first digit; [00], [11]  1 = enable (Norwegian requirement); 0 = disableor#= second digit of access code 03FINAL CONTACT SET [0]     ettn h(ee 1 srt+ # f 11 ro igit d”, or # +12 for “#”) To disable enter00for  1 = enable; 0 = disable21 PREVENT FIRE ALARM TIMEOUT [0]     04 [0]AUTOBYPASS EXIT ROUTE FAULTS WITH      2ND ARMING ATTEMPT IN 5 SECS.  1 = enable (Swedish Requirement); 0 = disable  22 [0][0][1]KEYPAD PANIC ENABLES            05 ARM [0] WITH LOW     BATTERY 23 MULTIPLE ALARMS [1]      1 = enable, 0 = disable (ANPI requirement)  1 = enabl 0 06 TYPE 5 ALWAYS ALARM ZONE [0]      e; = disable  1 = enable; 0 = disable24 EXPANSION ZONE TAMPER IGNORE [0]       detection for RF and RPMs) 07 ALLOW ARMING WITH FAULTS [0]   0 = disable (tamper     1 = enable (no tamper detection)  I1N EenXaIbTl eR;O0U=TdiEs able  25BURG.TRIG. FOR RESPONSE TYPE 8 [1]      =  1 = enable; 0 = disable 08 N OUTPUT SELF ACTIVATING S [0]     IRE 26 TEST REPORTING INTELLIGENT [0]      1 yes (no report sent if any other report was recently sent) = 09 ENTRY DELAY #1 [02] |  = no (send report at programmed interval, field *27) 0 27 [024 REPORT INTERVAL TEST] | | 10 DELAY #1 EXIT [04] |  Enter interval in hours, 001-999  000 = no report; 11 ENTRY DELAY #2 [06] | 28 POWER [1] UP IN PREVIOUS STATE     
12 EXIT DELAY #2
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13 [02] ALARM SOUNDER TIMEOUT |  01-15 multiplied by 1 minute. 14 [0] 9 RESPONSE TIME ZONE      0 = normal response (350mec); 1 = fast response (10msec) 15 KEYSWITCH [0] ASSIGNMENT      Enter partition in which keyswitch is used (1-8); 16 OF ARMING DING [0] CONFIRMATION      1 = enable; 0 = disable.   17 [0] MAINS LOSS KEYPAD SOUNDING AC      1 = enable; 0 = disable. 18 MAINS PRESENCE DISPLAY [0]      1 = enable; 0 = disable.
29 ARM QUICK 1 = enable; 0 = disable   30 OR MULTIFREQUENCY
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 DECADIC PULSE DIAL [0]      1 = multifrequency; 0 = decadic 31 ACCESS CODE PABX  | | | | 
32 | | | | PRIM. SUBS. ACCT #
B-F (11-15)  33 PHONE NUMBER PRIMARY                                                                          Enter 0-9 for each digit. Enter # + 11 for *; # + 12 for #; # + 13 for 2 second pause. Do not fill unused spaces.      – 6 –    
34 PHONE NUMBER SECONDARY                                           
                               Enter 0-9 for each digit. Enter # + 11 for *, # + 12 for #, # + 13 for 2 second pause. Do not fill unused spaces. 35 DOWNLOAD PHONE NO.                                           
                               Enter 0-9 for each digit. Enter # + 11 for *, # + 12 for #, # + 13 for 2 second pause. Do not fill unused spaces. 36 DOWNLOAD ID No.  | | | | | | | |  [15] [15] [15] [15] [15] [15] [15] [15]  Enter 00-09; A-F (10-15) 37 DOWNLOAD COMMAND ENABLES  1 = enable; 0 = disable                          Dlr ShtdwnSys ShtdwnRst Acc†Rmt BypRmt DisarmRmt ArmUpld PgmDwnld Pgm  †Restrict Download Access When Armed:Can only arm unarmed partitions, upload the program/event log, command
38 PREVENT ZONE
39 OPEN/CLOSE ENABLE
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 1 = enable; 0 = disable 40OPEN/CLOSE REPORT  FOR KEYSWITCH  1 = enable; 0 = disable 41 NORMALLY CLOSED or EOLR  (Zones 2 - 8)  1 = N.C. loops; 0 = EOLR supervision 42 [0] FIRE RELAY SUPPRESS    1 = suppress fire alarm relay on 4204/Powerline Carrier   Device relays 0 = 4204/Powerline Carrier Device fire alarm relay activates on fire alarms 43 WIRELESS SIREN [0] SUPPRESS     ACTIVATION FOR FIRE ALARMS   (no activation of wireless siren for fire alarms)1 enable =    0 = disable (wireless sirens will be activated for fire alarms) 44 RING DETECTION COUNT [00] |  Enter 00 to disable ring detection.  Enter 01-14 for ring counts of 1-14.  Enter 15 to select Answering/Fax Machine Defeat Mode 45 [1] PRIMARY FORMAT    0 = Low Speed; 2 = Ademco Exp. High Speed; 1 = Contact ID; 3 = Ademco Express 46 LOW SPEED FORMAT (Primary) [0]    0 = ADEMCO Low Speed; 1 = Sescoa/Radionics  
47 FORMAT [1] SECONDARY    0 = Low Speed; 2 = Ademco Exp. High Speed; 1 = Contact ID; 3 = Ademco Express 48 [0] SPEED FORMAT (Secondary) LOW    0 = ADEMCO Low Speed; 1 = Sescoa/Radionics 49 [0] CHECKSUM [0] VERIFICATION           0 = disable; 1 = enable Prim Sec 50 [0] SESCOA/RADIONICS SELECT    0 = Sescoa/ 1 = Radionics 51 DUAL [0] REPORTING     0 = disable; 1 = enable  If used with Spilt Reporting "1" option (1*34), alarms and alarm restores go to both primary & secondary numbers, while all other reports go to secondary only. If used with Split Reporting "2" option, alarms and alarm restores go to both, open/close and test messages go to secondary only, while all other reports go to primary. 52 REPORTING PRIMARY STANDARD/EXPANDED  [0 0 0 0 0 0]                        Alarm Rstr Byp Trbl O/C LoBat 0 = standard; 1 = expanded; NOTE: Expanded overrides choices in 4+2 format. 53 REPORTING SECONDARY STANDARD/EXPANDED  [0 0 0 0 0 0]                          Alarm Rstr Byp Trbl O/C LoBat 0 = standard; 1 = expanded;   Note: Expanded overrides choices in 4+2 format. 54 MAX. [8] No. OF DIALER ATTEMPTS     Enter 1 - 8 55 [00]COUNTRY CODE |  00 = Latin America, Spain, Italy, Eastern Europe, China  01 = Australia; 05 = France; 02 = Belgium; 06 = Netherlands;  03 = Denmark; 07 = Norway; 04 = Finland; 08 Sweden =  Note: Options 01-08 require special hardware configuration 56 ID DATA ON KEYPAD [0] CONTACT     BUS FOR ALTERNATIVE COMM MEDIA REPORTING INSTEAD OF DIGICOM (ex. TCP-IP)  0 = disable; 1 = enable 57 CONTACT [0] ID DATA ON KEYPAD     BUS FOR BACK-UP ALTERNATIVE COMM MEDIA REPORTING IF DIGICOM FAILS (ex. TCP-IP)  0 = disable; 1 = enable 58 CENTRAL STATION #1 CATEGORY ENABLE LRR               [000000]           Alarm Trbl Byp O/C Syst Test  0 = disable; 1 = enable 59 LRR CENTRAL STATION #2 CATEGORY ENABLE               [000000]           Alarm Trbl Byp O/C Syst Test  0 = disable; 1 = enable 60 ALARM REPORT ENABLE [0] VERIFIED     0 = disable; 1 = enable (Swedish requirement)  
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61 VERSION OF CONTACT ID [0] ROBOFON     0 = disable; 1 = enable (Swedish requirement) 79 ENABLES FOR ZONE TYPES 1-8 RESTORE                             1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8  0 = disable, 1 = enable 80 RESTORE ENABLES FOR ZONE TYPES 9 AND 10          0 = disable; 1 = enable 9 10 83 TEST REPORT TIME FIRST | | |  Day Hour Min Enter00-07 Enterfor the day (01 = Monday).00-23for the hour. Enter00-59for the minutes. Enter 00 in all locations to
84INTERMITTENT SENSOR
 
1=enable; [0=disable] 
86 REPORT/LOG ZONE TYPE 23
 87 WARNING ENTRY
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             995 996 999 Duress [0]    
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88 BURG. [0] ALARM COMM. DELAY     0 = no delay; 1 = 16 second delay 89 [0] RESTORE REPORT TIMING     0 = instant; 1 = after siren timeout if zone is restored 90 SEC. SUBS. ACCT.# | | | |  Enter 00-09; B-F (11-15) [15 15 15 15] 2nd Page Programming Fields (press *94) 100 [0]CONTACT ID REPORTING IN     ASCII THROUGH PRINTER PORT 0 = printer – no ISDN; 1 = ISDN + callout; 2 = ISDN only;   3 callout if ISDN failed = 101 [0]ASCII CONTACT ID REPORTING     WITH OR WITHOUT ACK.  0 = ACK required; 1 = ACK not required 102ASCII CONTACT ID BAUD RATE [0]     0 = 1200; 1 = 2400; 2 = 4800 105 [0]BYPASS ENABLE FOR FIRE ZONES      0 = fire zones cannot be bypassed  1 = permits the bypassing of fire zones 106 [0]SUPPRESS ALL KEYPAD DISPLAYS     WHEN SYSTEM IS ARMED   0 = disable; 1 = enable   107 CHECK OR TRBL DISPLAY [0]     0 = CHECK; 1 = TRBL   
108SUPPRESS USE OF "ARMED"  LED ON KEYPADS  0= disable; 1= enable.  (For countries where Red is only for alarm) 109SUPPRESS KEYPAD ARMING STATUS  INDICATIONS WHEN SYSTEM IS ARMED  0 = disable; 1 = enable 110FIRST TO ALARM DISPLAY LOCK  0 = scroll alarms; 1 = lock display 111COMMON AREA 1 PARTITION
112 AFFECTS COMMON AREA 1
113ARMS COMMON AREA 1
common area 1 114COMMON AREA 2 PARTITION
115 AFFECTS COMMON AREA 2
116ARMS COMMON AREA 2
common area 2 117COMMON AREA 3 PARTITION
118 AFFECTS COMMON AREA 3
119ARMS COMMON AREA 3
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common area 3 120 AUTOBYPASS FAULTED [0]     EXIT ROUTE ZONES (Australian Feature)  0 = disable; 1 = enable 121 EXIT DELAY RESET [0]     0 = disable; 1 = enable FIELDS 122-1 four sets of two zones each to be25: Allow linked so that both must fault within a five minute period to cause an alarm. Default for these fields = [000], [000]. 1*22 CROSS-ZONING PAIR ONE | | | | 
1*23 CROSS-ZONING PAIR TWO | | | | 1*24 PAIR THREE CROSS-ZONING | | | | 
1*25 CROSS-ZONING PAIR FOUR | | | |  | | | |  [00, 00, 00, 00]
  
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01-32 = macro number
127FIELD 1*31 XMTR CHECK-IN [0]     SUPERVISION INTERVAL TO BE MULTIPLE OF 1-HOUR INSTEAD OF 2 HOURS  0 = 2 hours; 1 = 1 hour (must be 1 hour for CENELEC Grade 2 compliance) 128 [0]RF XMTR LOW BATTERY SOUND     0 = disarmed state only; 1 = both armed and disarmed states   129 XMTR LOW BATTERY REPORTING RF [0]     0= disable; 1= enable 130 RCVR CHECK-IN INTERVAL [06] RF |  02-15 times 2 hours; 00 disables supervision 131 RF XMTR CHECK-IN INTERVAL [12] |  02-15 times 2 hours; 00 disables transmitter supervision  (Select 02 for CENELEC Grade 2 compliance) 132 ACCESS CONTROL DIALER ENABLE  [0 0 0 0 0 0]                         Trace Trbl Byp Not Used Syst Alm 133 [0] DIALING MULTIFREQUENCY     WITH DECADIC PULSE DIAL BACKUP 0= disable; 1= enable  134 COMM. SPLIT REPORT SELECTION [0]     0=no; 1=alarms and alarm restores primary, others secondary; 2=open/close, test secondary, others primary; 3=fire alarm and fire restores primary, others secondary. See51 for comments if using with dual reporting. 135 [0]LOW BATTERY TEST INTERVAL     0 = 13 second test every 4 minutes (ANPI requirement)  1 = 1.5 second test every 50 seconds (Norwegian req.) 136CPU FAIL TRIGGER OUTPUT [0]     0 = disable (normal use for Output 2); 1 = enable (Output trigger 2 on J7 to be CPU fail output, overriding any other selection for Output 2) (CENELEC requirement) 137TLM INPUT ON ZONE 9 [0]     0 = disable (normal use for zone 9); 1 = enable (telephone line fault monitor output to be fed into zone 9) 138 [0]USER RESET OF TAMPER ALARMS     INSTEAD OF INSTALLER ONLY RESET  0 = disable (ANPI requirement); 1 = enable 139USER BYPASS OF TAMPER FAULTS [0]     INSTEAD OF INSTALLER ONLY BYPASS  0 = disable (ANPI requirement); 1 =enable 140MAX. NUMBER OF ZONES THAT [00] |  CAN BE BYPASSED PER PARTITION  Enter 01-15 (ANPI requirement); 00 = no restriction 141 BYPASS/UNBYPASS ZONES [0]     WHEN ARMED  0 = disable; 1 = enable 142 [0] WAITING DEFEAT CALL     0 = disable; 1 = enable   
143PERMANENT. KEYPAD BACKLIGHT
off after keypad inactivity); 1 = enable 144 TAMPER DETECT KEYPAD
145 EXIT DELAY SOUNDING
beeping during last 10 sec of exit delay) 146 OUTPUT MODE AUXILIARY  0 = ground start output;  1 = smoke detector reset  2 = keypad-like sounding at an auxiliary sounder  3 = AAV module is being used
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147 [0] CHIME ON EXTERNAL SIREN     0 = disable; 1 = enable 148 KEYPAD ASSIGNMENT WIRELESS [0]     0=disable; enter partition in which RF keypad used, 1-8 149 SUPPRESS TX SUPERVISION FAIL SOUND [1]     0 = enable; 1 = disable  150 [00] SECONDS ADDED PER DAY NO. |  00-30 = number of seconds needed to be added per day to correct the real-time clock. (Only use if 1*54 = 1) 151 SECONDS REMOVED PER DAY NO. [00] |  00-30 = number of seconds needed to be removed per day
152 CANCEL IF ALARM + OFF SEND
Timeout period only); 1 = enable (no restriction) 153 DOWNLOAD CALLBACK DISABLE  0 = callback required; 1 = callback not required 
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154 [0] INTERNAL CLOCK SYNC     0 = use AC sync for clock; 1 = use internal crystal for real-time clock; 155 DATE FORMAT INTERNATIONAL [1]     0 = MM/DD/YY; 1 = DD/MM/YY 
156 [1] 60Hz/50Hz AC     0 = 60Hz; 1 = 50Hz 157 [0] 5800 RF BUTTON GLOBAL ARM     0 = disable; 1 = enable  158 RF BUTTON FORCE ARM 5800 [0]     0 = disable; 1 = enable (If a zone is faulted after pressing button, keypad will beep once. User should press button again within 4 sec. to force-bypass those zones.) 159SUPPRESS STATUS LED OUTPUT WHEN [0]     ZONE 7 KEYSWITCH ENABLED/RETAIN VOLTAGE  TRIGGER. OUTPUTS     0 = disable; 1 = enable 160ZONE 5 AUDIO ALARM VERIFICATION [0]     0 = disable; 1 = enable zone 5 to be used for 2-way AAV
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