Honeywell Security 6160 Ademco Alpha Display Keypad
List Price: $58.53
Our Price: $58.52
(4.5 stars, based on 153 reviews)
The 6160 Deluxe Keypad is easy to install and simple to use. The attractive white console blends with any décor and features a contoured, removable door that conceals illuminated soft-touch keys. The 6160 also features a new larger and brighter 32-character display with easy-to-read plain-English status messages. The oversized function keys are easily accessed even when the keypad door is closed, and can be programmed for fire, burglary, personal emergencies and other operations. Colored self-adhesive labels are included.
- Sales Rank: #5104 in Home Improvement
- Brand: Honeywell
- Model: 6160
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: 8.00" h x 2.00" w x 5.00" l, .95 pounds
- Honeywell Security made easy with Ademco Alpha Display Keypad
- Can be used to program Ademco Vista Alarm panels
- Item = 6160
Most helpful customer reviews
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful.
I can't complain. It works. It's important to ...
I can't complain. It works. It's important to note that this is mainly an interface device between you and the Ademco control panel. It only interprets text and sends text to the receiver unit. So if you need programming instructions, you'll need to find it for your particular control panel. I found mine on the internet and I'm still working through the programming for it.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
By Joseph Shahoud
I am absolutely delighted with this new control panel. It replaced a non-alpha panel. As far as the address goes, it was a sinch. I just held down the keys to set the address on my original keypad to see what it was set at before uninstalling it. Got the address and made sure this new one was set to the same address by following the same key strokes.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
Never buy a 6150
By Amazon Customer
Replaced a 6150 with this 6160. Never buy a 6150. Without the alpha display, it is almost impossible to program, because if you are trying different settings to figure out what works, you are never sure you entered it correctly. I was trying to program for my 4-wire smoke detectors, finally got it to work using a combination of *56, *79, and *80 commands, but only with the 6160.
My alarm system is an older version of the Vista 20P, but it would be good if they built them with on-board WIFI included (kidda like printers come now) and a nice desktop or even phone app for programming. Entering codes and settings takes me back 30 years when programming assembly language commands.