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ProWatch 3.

7 and Vista Integration

Channel Specific Parameters 1. To change the channel parameters, select the channel you will be using (example press 1 for channel 1.) 2. 3. Baud Rate Set the baud rate to 1200 and press Enter. Interface Mode Set the I/F mode to the default setting of 4C (RS-232C, 8 bit, No Parity, 1 Stop) 4. 5. Flow Control Set the Flow Control to 00 for no flow control. Port Number This setting is the source port number in TCP connections and is the number used to identify the channel for remote initiated connections. The port number must be unique for each channel and my not be set to 0 or 9999 (Range: 165535) For ProWatch applications, set the value to 3001 and press Enter. The remaining questions can be left at the factory default values. Press Enter until you have returned to the configuration menu. Press 9 and Enter to save your settings and exit the configuration menu. Once you have saved your settings, you may close your command prompt window.

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Programming the Vista Panel


The Vista panel must be configured to support the 4100SM unit and to allow communications to the ProWatch software. To program the Vista panel, all programming changes will be addressed from the remote keypad. It is required that the programming is completed from a 2-line alpha display (Ademco 6160). 1. From the Vista keypad, enter into the programming mode by entering the Installer Code + [8] + [0] + [0] + [0]. The default installer code for the Vista panel is 5140.

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Key in [*] + [0] + [5] System Events Notify Enter 1 to view all zone faults/restores.

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Key Enter in [*] 1 +for [1]Home + [4] Facility Trigger on RS232Control Input. Automation

Key in [*] + [7] + [9] Zone Type Restore Enable. Enter 1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1 for 1-8 zone types.

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Key in [*] + [9] + [4] to move to the 2 nd page of programming fields. The display should now read Program Mode * Fill # View100

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Key in [*] + [7] + [0] Event Log Types Enter 1.1.1.1.1.1 for enabling the event log.

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Key in [*] + [7] + [8] Extended Home Control Event Report Enter 1

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Key in [*] + [7] + [9] Home Control Event Report Types Enter 1.1.1.1.1.1. for 1 -6 zone types.

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Key in [*] + [9] + [4] to move to the 3 rd page of programming fields. The display should now read Program Mode * Fill # View200

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Key in [*] + [3] + [0] Pager Installed Enter 0

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Key in [*] + [9] + [4] to move to the 4 th page of programming fields. The display should now read Program Mode * Fill # View300

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Key in [*] + [1] + [9] Enable J2 Header Printer Port Enter 1 for Home Automation Control

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Key in [*] + [9] + [9] to move to the 3 rd page of programming fields. The display should now read Program Mode * Fill # View200

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Key in [*] + [9] + [9] to move to the 2 nd page of programming fields. The display should now read Program Mode * Fill # View100

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Key in [*] + [9] + [9] to exit and save your programming settings.

This completes the communication programming of the Vista panel at this time.

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Testing the Vista Connection


To ensure the Vista panel is ready to communicate with the ProWatch software, you can test the communication path by performing the following test based upon your connection to your 4100SM device.

Direct Connect To test the direct connection to your 4100SM, connect your 4100SM to the available COM port on your ProWatch server. 1. Launch HyperTerminal application by clicking on Start > Programs > Accessories > Communications > HyperTerminal. 2. Enter a name for the connection and click OK. 3. In the Connect Using: pull down, select the COM port the connected to the Vista panel. 4. Click the Configure button to edit the connection parameters. The COM properties window will appear. 5. Set the Bits per second to 1200. Verify the Data bit is set to 8, Parity is set to None and Stop bits to 1. The Flow control must be set to None. Click OK to save and close the properties window. 6. Click OK to save your setting in your Connect screen to begin. 7. Once in the HyperTerminal window, press the Enter key. If the Vista panel is properly connected and defined, you will see a response from the Vista panel of 080K009E.

If you do not see a response from the Vista panel when the Enter key is pressed, check your connections and your COM port on the PC. Verify that you are not using a NULL modem cable between the PC and the 4100SM device.

8. Once you have verified your connection, you can exit HyperTeminal.

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UDS100/ UDS1100 Connection To test the connection to your 4100SM through the UDS device and your network, make sure the UDS is connected to both the network and to the 4100SM, the power is on and the UDS has been programmed. 1. Open a Command Prompt window by clicking on Start > Run. 2. In the open box, type CMD and click OK.

3. At the DOS Command Prompt type Telnet followed by a space, the IP address of the UDS, space and then the Port number. See Example below:
telnet 192.168.1.14 3001

4. The window display will go blank and you will see a blinking curser. If an error message is returned that says it could not open the host connection on the port specified, check the following:

Verify that the port number entered is correct and matches the port number entered in the UDS programming. Verify that the port is not blocked by a network firewall. Verify that you can ping the IP address of the UDS.

5. Press the Enter key. You will see 080K009E as a response from the Vista panel. If you do not see a response, verify your programming in the Vista panel and your connection between the 4100SM and the Vista panel. 6. Once you have verified your communications, you can close the Command Prompt window.

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Configuring ProWatch
The following section will cover the basic steps for programming a Vista channel and panel in ProWatch.

Create a Vista Channel


1. Open the Hardware Configuration window by clicking on the Hardware Configuration icon in the Viewer window. 2. From the hardware Configuration window, right click in explorer window and select New > Channel. 3. The Create a Channel window will open. In Channel Type: select Vista from the pull down list and click OK

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