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How do you wire a Visonic DL125C into the Honeywell Vista 20P Trigger Pins

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On this Visonic DL125C dialer we will be using 1 channel for Burglary and the second channel for Fire

You will take you TR4120 Trigger cable and plug it onto the trigger pins on the Vista 20P board taking notice of the blank space on the board and on the trigger cable harness. Take your red wire (pin 1wire) of the 4120TR and hook it to the negative terminal of the ELK 912 you will be using for channel 1 on the DL125C. You will then take the green wire (pin 5 wire) of the 4120TR to the negative of the second ELK 912 you will be using for channel 2 on the DL125C. You will then take the orange wire (pin 3 wire) and attached it to the positive of both ELK 912 relays. You will then run a wire from the COM of each ELK 912 relay to the negative terminal on the DL125C. After doing this you will run a wire from the NO terminal of the channel 1 ELK 912 relay to Z1 on the DL125C dialer. You will then run a wire from the NO terminal of the channel 2 ELK 912 relay to Z2 on the DL125C dialer.

Visonic DL125C 2-Channel Trigger Pin Hookup for Vista 20P Using the 4120TR Trigger Cable

 

Programming for Burglary and Fire channels on the Vista 20P for the DL125C

To program the trigger pins to initiate the dialer follow the steps below:

  1.  Enter programmer by typing 4-digit installer code followed by 800. You will see ‘20’ or ‘In- staller 20’ when you have successfully entered programming.
  2.  You will then type in *79 into the keypad
  3.  You will see ‘Enter Output #’
  4.  You will then type 17 and press * (17 is output trigger 1)
  5.  You will then be asked ‘Out Norm Low’ which you will enter 0 for Yes and then type *
  6.  After doing that you will be asked again ‘Enter Output #’
  7.  You will then type 18 and press * (18 is output trigger 2)
  8.  You will then be asked ‘Out Norm Low’ which you will enter 0 for Yes and then type *
  9.  After doing this you will see ‘Enter Output #’ again. Enter 00 to exit.
  10. You will then see ‘Enter * or #’
  11. You will then enter *80 into the keypad
  12. The first thing that you will see is ‘Output Funct #’. We will now set up trigger 1 for Burglary
  13. You will enter 01 (This will be for tirgger 1) and then *
  14. You will then see a readout of the current programming in output function 01. Press *
  15. You will then see ‘Activated By’ and here you will enter 2 for Zone Type. Press *
  16. You will then see ‘Enter Zone Type’. Type 33 and press *
  17. You will then see ‘Partition’. Enter in the partition you want the trigger to trigger on. For most cases partition 1 will work. After entering 1 press *
  1. Next you will see ‘Output Action’ and we type 1 here for ‘Closed for 2 seconds’. Now press *
  2. Next you will see ‘Enter Output No.’ and you will type 17 for trigger 1. Press *
  3. You will again see the readout of the programming in output function 01. Press *
  4. You will now be back at ‘Output Funct #’. We will now set up trigger 2 for Fire
  5. You will enter 02 (This will be for trigger 2) and then *
  6. You will then see a readout of the current programming in output function 02. Press *
  7. You will then see ‘Activated By’ and here you will enter 2 for Zone Type. Press *
  8. You will then see ‘Enter Zone Type’. Type 39 and press *
  9. You will then see ‘Partition’. Enter in the partition you want the trigger to trigger on. For most cases partition 1 will work. After entering 1 press *
  1. Next you will see ‘Output Action’ and we type 1 here for ‘Closed for 2 seconds’. Now press *
  2. Next you will see ‘Enter Output No.’ and you will type 18 for trigger 2. Press *
  3. You will again see the readout of the programming in output function 01. Press *
  4. You will now be back at ‘Output Funct #’. We will now set up disarm for trigger 1
  5. You will enter 03 and then *
  6. You will then see a readout of the current programming in output function 03. Press *
  7. You will then see ‘Activated By’ and here you will enter 2 for Zone Type. Press *
  8. You will then see ‘Enter Zone Type’. Type 22 and press *
  9. You will then see ‘Partition’. Enter in the partition you want the trigger to trigger on. For most cases partition 1 will work. After entering 1 press *
  1. Next you will see ‘Output Action’ and we type 0 here for ‘Off ’. Now press *
  2. Next you will see ‘Enter Output No.’ and you will type 17 for trigger1. Press *
  3. You will again see the readout of the programming in output function 01. Press *
  4. You will now be back at ‘Output Funct #’. We will now set up disarm for trigger 2
  5. You will enter 04 and then *
  6. You will then see a readout of the current programming in output function 04. Press *
  7. You will then see ‘Activated By’ and here you will enter 2 for Zone Type. Press *
  8. You will then see ‘Enter Zone Type’. Type 22 and press *
  9. You will then see ‘Partition’. Enter in the partition you want the trigger to trigger on. For most cases partition 1 will work. After entering 1 press *
  1. Next you will see ‘Output Action’ and we type 0 here for ‘Off ’. Now press *
  2. Next you will see ‘Enter Output No.’ and you will type 18 for trigger2. Press *
  3. You will again see the readout of the programming in output function 01. Press *
  4. You will now be back at ‘Output Funct #’ where you will type 00
  5. Then you will see ‘Enter * or #’ and you’ll enter * 99 to exit programming