It should...but you'd have to enable the 70 panic in keypad programming for police panic though.
You still have 1812s?...man they is olde. I still have 1512's out there working fine.
Who can afford 7760 keypads anyway?...but the are slick lookin'
| > | > >As far as I know the XMP wouldn't work with either 6139 or 6160 | anyway. | > | And | > | > >I don't consider that much of an oops when the vast majority of the | > later | > | > >stuff will, I've run into maybe 1 XMPT2's in my life. | > | >
| > | > The 4140XMPT2 was the predecessor of the Vista 50. There are lots of | > them | > | > in the field. From what J. Barnes says, the 6160 doesn't work with | the | > | > Vista 50 either. They work fine with a 6139. | > | >
| > | > The 6139 keypads work fine with the 4140XMP panels. They also work | with | > | > the Vista 40. I'm guessing neither one works with the 6160. | > | >
| > | > I have two complaints here. First, backward compatibility is a pretty | > | > obvious thing to do. But my main bitch is, none of these problems are | > | > mentioned in the instructions. You don't find out about them until | it's | > | > time to replace a keypad, and then, oh shit, they gave me a bad | keypad. | > | Oh | > | > no they idn't, the keypad is fine. | > | | > | Yes but how far back do you go? Neither of those keypads will work on | say | > a | > | 4110XM/DL or a 4140XMP. Your scenario isn't going to happen very often | and | > | while it isn't a good thing when it does it's likely better to replace | the | > | panel anyway | > | | > | >
| > | > Make that three complaints. The fine engineering staff at Ademco | still | > | > hasn't figured out a way to copy a program from an older panel type to | a | > | > newer panel type. So when you have to replace that bad keypad with a | > | 6160, | > | > you find that means you get to replace the panel too, and you have to | > | > program the new panel from scratch. None of the program information | > from | > | > that XMPT2 can be copied to the new Vista 50P you have to install, | even | > | > though the programs are very similar. | > | | > | True but it's not that hard to save and print the old info out and | > download | > | it into the new panel | > | | > | | > | > How to waste an entire day on what was supposed to be replacing a bad | > | > keypad. | > | | > | That I can't argue with | > | | > | | >