Question about Honeywell Ademco 6160 Alpha Keypad Vista 15p, 20p
Not Ready means one or more of your zones is faulted. Pressing the * key on the keypad will display the zone or zones that are faulted. A faulted zone can be a door or window open, a motion detector "seeing" movement, and so on. It will also display a description of the zone. Chime means the chime feature on the keypad has been enabled. Any perimeter or entry/exit zone that faults will cause the keypad to ding three times. This can be turned off by entering your 4 digit code and pressing the 9 key. Doing so again will turn it back on. The link below is for the user manual for an Ademco Vista 20P panel.
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Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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