The high capacity, feature-rich VISTA-20P lets you deliver more value to your customers on each and every sale with up to 48 zones of protection, Internet uploading/downloading, graphic keypad support and dual partitions. VISTA-20P gives you the ability to send alarm signals and upload/download via an Internet Protocol (IP), improving the speed at which information can be delivered to and from the control panel. In addition, the VISTA-20P, used with an AlarmNet Internet or digital communicator can be installed in premises without TELCO lines with no sacrifice in functionality. The panel's installation advantages, innovative end-user benefits and robust system capacity make the value-priced VISTA-20P an ideal choice for higher end installations.
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IP alarm reporting and uploading/ downloading capability for Internet and Intranet use via iGSMV4G, 7845i-ENT, GSMV4G or GSMX4G
Supports four graphic touchscreen keypads
Wireless keys can be programmed without using zones
Eight on-board hardwired zones standard (15 when Zone Doubling feature is used): 40 hardwire expansion zones, 40 wireless expansion zones
Two low current on-board trigger outputs
100 Event Log viewable at system keypads with time/date stamp
48 system user codes assignable to either partition
Expandable to 48 total zones when used with hardwired and/or wireless expansion modules
Two independent partitions plus a common partition
16 output devices
Name: Honeywell Home V20P60RFPK VISTA 20P Wireless-Ready Control Panel Kit, 6-Piece, Includes 6160RF Keypad, Resideo, Honeywell Home
Category: Honeywell Home, Intrusion, Alarm Control Panels & Keypads, Control Panels
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