VISTA® Partitioned Fire and Burglary Alarm Control Panel The new VISTA-32FBPT provides the ultimate protection for life and property. This fire and burglary control panel supports up to two partitions and up to 32 zones/points using hardwired, wireless and V-Plex® addressable technologies. A diverse line of Resideo initiating devices, notification appliances, communication devices, keypads, RF receivers and relays satisfy a wide range of installation requirements.
The VISTA-32FBPT control is suitable for fire-only applications, as well as for installations requiring integrated fire/burglary systems. It is the perfect solution for medical and professional office buildings, churches and synagogues, banks, schools, strip malls, and factory or warehouse environments. VISTA-32FBPT is compatible with a number of AlarmNet® communication products for alarm reporting, uploading/downloading and Total Connect Remote Services.
Eight hardwired zones standard, expandable to 32 using V-Plex addressable points/zones
Supports up to 32 wireless zones (fewer if using hardwired and/or V-Plex zones)
Can control two separate areas independently (2 partitions)
Common lobby partition - auto arm or disarm based upon assigned partitions
Master partition - used for viewing status of all partitions
Supports commercial wireless fire and burglary devices
Stores up to 512 events
Accommodates 75 user codes and up to 250 access card holders using VISTAKEY®
Supports V-Plex addressable VISTAKEY access control (1 to 8 doors)
Two on-board NACS delivering a total of 2.3A @ 12V
Name: Honeywell Home V32FBPT VISTA Commercial Fire and Partitioned Burglary Alarm Control Panel with External Transformer, Resideo, Honeywell Home
Category: Honeywell Home, Fire, Fire Control Panels, Fire & Security Alarm Control Panels
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