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Integrated Solutions Compatible Controls


• Three input zones, supervised or unsupervised, can be used for door status monitoring, request-to-exit monitoring and cabinet monitoring (tamper)


• One open collector output trigger (sink 12mA @ 12VDC)


• 512 to 1,000* access control events recorded in VISTA event log


• Programmable locally from keypad or remotely from Compass Downloader


• UL listings: UL294, UL, cUL


VistaKey can be used on any commercial VISTA control platform that supports V-Plex and Honeywell’s patented Global Polling feature:


• VISTA-32FB • VISTA-128BP • VISTA-128FBP • VISTA-250BP • VISTA-250FBP


VISTAKEY


CONTROL VISTA-32FB VISTA-128BP VISTA-128FBP


MAXIMUM NUMBER OF READERS


4 8 8


VISTA-250BP* 15* VISTA-250FBP*


15*


CARDS 250 250 250


500* 500*


SCHEDULES 8 8 8 8 8


ORDERING Dealer selects readers and cards:


VISTAKEYPAC (select your own inbound reader and cards) Includes: 1-VistaKey, 1-Cabinet (UL listed), 1-Transformer, 1-SA12040 Power Supply Board


VISTAKEY


(select your own optional outbound reader for the door) V-Plex Single-Door Access Control Module with Plastic Enclosure


Pre-selected readers and cards: VISTAKEY-SK


(provides one Mullion-style inbound door reader and 25 access cards) Starter Kit: Includes 1-VistaKey, 1-Cabinet (UL listed), 1-Transformer, 1-OP30-FWM Proximity Card Reader, 1-PTPROX25 Proxcards (25), 1-SA12040 Power Supply Board, 1-VistaKey Two-Module Mounting Plate


VISTAKEY-EXPK (adds an optional Mullion-style outbound reader) Expansion Kit: Includes 1-VistaKey Module and 1-OP30-FWM Proximity Reader


Locking hardware sold separately. *Panel dependent


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