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  • #9846

    btle2
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    I want to install  vista 20p with a 6150RF and along with some 5816  contacts and one RF motion sensor. Do I need to hook up a 6160 keypad to program all of them together?I will need to remove the 6160 keypad from panel once is programmed and only used the 6150RF. Is this prossible, please help.

    #45763

    astral voyage
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    yes, you will require 6160 to program *56 zone programming.

    on this panel you can have 6160 set to address 16 and 6150rf set to 17(will require enabling in *190=10). since non-rf keypads are not supervised, you can simply disconnect 6160 once you are done.

    #45767

    btle2
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    Thank you ;D

    #45769

    vector18
    Member

    If you purchased the 6160rf you wouldn't have to worry about
    switching the keypads. Plus the 6150rf comes with a medium receiver
    inside and the 6160rf has a high receiver which would allow you a more amount of zones for future expansion.

    #45853

    btle2
    Participant

    Today I installed my system, I get an error message" check 100 RF receiver" on my 6160 and 6150RF keypads.what I did today, I wired both keypads in the panel, I used the 6160 to program my zones and one wireless motion sensor and also one 5816. On *190=10. Do I need to set anything in *24 RF house ID?. If so I don't know the format to setup. Do I need to program my 6150RF to communicate with the panel? How do I do that? Please help

    #45854

    vector18
    Member

    Address the 6150rf as '16' and address the 6160 as '17' and in the  6150rf keypad tell the system the receivers address is '0'.

    #45855

    btle2
    Participant

    I was told to set the 6150RF to 17 and 6160 to 16 …. I am gonna remove my 6160 once i am done with programming. How about *24 house ID, do I need to do anything there?

    #45858

    vector18
    Member

    House ID is only used for bi-directional devices.

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