Tuxedo Touch SeriesHome Automation SystemInstallation andSetup Guide800-08221 7/11Rev. A
Table of ContentsAbout the System. 1Safe Mode . 1Compatibility. 1Software Upgrades . 2Mounting . 3Wiring . 4Specifications: . 5Front Panel LEDs . 5Navigation Icons . 6Panel Fault Displays . 7Initial Setup . 8Programming the Control Panel. 8Keypad Initialization. 8Time and Date Setup . 9Night Setup . 9Web Server/Hosting . 9IP Setup . 9Setup.11Brightness and Volume Control. 11Display & Audio Setup . 11Operating Modes. 11Adjust the Screen Timeouts . 12Clean Screen . 12Multi-Media.13Picture Setup. 13Camera Setup. 14Video (Audio) Setup . 15System Setup.17CS Setup . 17ECP Address Selection . 17CS Options / Operating Modes. 18Operating Modes. 18Screen Security . 19Code Authority . 20Device Events. 20Panel Configuration. 20User System Setup.21How to Add a User . 22iii
Table of Contents (cont’d)How to Add an Existing User to a Second Keypad. 22How to Delete a User. 22Time/Date Setup . 23Setting Daylight Savings Time . 23Setting Current Time and Date . 23Advanced Setup . 24System Information . 24Keypad Reset. 24Keypad Test. 24LED Test . 25Calibration Test . 25Z-Wave Test. 26NIGHT Setup Function . 27Output Setup Function. 27Automation .28Including/Adding Z-Wave Devices . 28Include/Add a Light, Switch or Outlet Module . 28Include a Door Lock . 29Include a Honeywell Thermostat. 29Editing Z-Wave Device Names . 30Edit a Device Module Name. 30Exclude/Delete Z-Wave Devices. 30Exclude a Light, Outlet, or Switch Module. 30Exclude a Door Lock Device . 31Exclude a Honeywell Thermostat. 31Exclude All Z-Wave Devices. 32Abort a Z-Wave Action. 32Creating a Scene . 33Create a Room. 35Setting a Secondary Controller. 35Updating Controllers with New or Removed devices . 36Removing a Secondary Controller . 36Z-Wave Troubleshooting. 36Compatible Devices. 37Important Notes.38iv
About the SystemThis guide provides information to install and set-up Honeywell’s Tuxedo Touch Series HomeAutomation and Security System. The graphical touch-screen keypads are Advanced User Interface(AUI) devices, which combine home automation and home security. Your system may consist of one ormore of the following: TUXS Keypad (black/silver housing) TUXW Keypad (white housing) One or more other keypads for system control Various sensors for perimeter and interior burglary protection, plus a selected number ofstrategically placed smoke, carbon monoxide or combustion detectors Lighting/output devices.Equipped with web-hosting capability and built-in Z-Wave technology, the Tuxedo Touch Keypad canbe used to control the home environment, such as lights, appliances, thermostat, door locks andcameras via any web enabled device (PC, Smart Phone and Tablet).Note: To the installer, see the "Important Notes" in the Important Notes section of this guide.Safe ModeThe keypad contains a Safe Mode of operation. In the rare event that the keypad cannot successfullycommunicate in its graphic mode with the control panel, the Safe Mode is a backup mode that ensuresthat you can communicate with your system. In this mode, the keypad operates much like a standardnon-graphic keypad so that you can control your system until the problem is corrected. DO NOT perform panel programming while in the Safe Mode. Performing panel programmingwhile in the Safe Mode may cause the panel and keypad to become out of sync. DO NOT use several hardwired motion detectors in high traffic locations. The high quantity ofsignals received by the panel may cause the keypad to enter the Safe Mode.CompatibilityThe below listing identifies the alarm systems that the keypad can interface with, the maximumnumber of keypads that can be used with each system, and the minimum alarm panel software revisionlevel for compatibility.Note: For SIA installations used with a VISTA-128BPTSIA Control, see the SIA CP-01 QuickReference Chart, Document # 800-09699 located /MyWebTech .Alarm 28BPVISTA-128FBPVISTA-128FBP-9Maximum Number ofKeypadsMinimum SoftwareRevision Level22443333.03.05.01.03.23.04.11
About the System (cont’d)Alarm 00CMaximum Number ofKeypadsMinimum SoftwareRevision 10.110.110.13.05.0310.14.13Note: Keypad may only be used in the following UL/cUL installations: UL 365, UL609, UL 985, UL1023,UL 1610, CAN/ULC-S303, CAN/ULC-S304, ULC-S545, ULC/ORD-C1023, and ANSI/SIA CP-01-2010. On all panels except the residential panels, you may obtain the software revision level of thealarm panel by entering the program mode and then entering #92 on the keypad. This can bedone from the Console Mode or a standard alpha keypad, if supplied. The second line of thekeypad displays the software revision level (w/out the decimal point). The keypad sound suppression feature available in some commercial panels is not compatiblewith the Tuxedo Touch keypad. The ‘Voice Chime’ feature is a residential control feature only.Note: If using the maximum number of keypads, an additional auxiliary power supply may be needed.Software UpgradesIMPORTANT: During the installation process, check the latest software version and if necessary go toMyWebTech to download the latest upgrade for your specific keypad model.2
About the System (cont’d)MountingThis keypad is for indoor use only and should be mounted at a comfortable viewing level. Avoidmounting in areas of high condensation such as bathrooms or in locations where bright light orsunlight shines directly on the screen.The keypad can be mounted with or without the mounting plate. Use the center securing screw forEuropean installations.Mounting with mounting plate:Mounting without mounting plate:1. Select a mounting location.2. Detach the mounting plate by slidingdownward.3. Use the mounting plate to mark the location ofthe mounting holes on the mounting surfaceand check for level.4. Locate the mounting plate over the mountingsurface such that the wire/cable accessopenings are aligned while passing thewires/cable through the case back.**Go to “Wiring” (next page) and complete wiring**5. Secure the mounting plate to mounting surfaceusing 4 screws (supplied).6. Slide keypad onto mounting plate.1. Select a mounting location.2. Detach the mounting plate by slidingdownward and discard.3. Use the template (provided in the carton) tomark the location of the mounting screws andthe cut-out for the keypad assembly on themounting location. Check for level.4. Install 4 screws (supplied) in the mountingsurface leaving screw heads 1/8” above themounting surface.5. Locate the case back over the mounting surfacesuch that the opening is aligned with thewire/cable access opening on the mountingsurface while passing the wires/cable throughthe opening in the case back.**Go to “Wiring” (next page) and complete wiring**6. Mount keypad by sliding onto the screw heads.MOUNTINGSCREWS SEBACK4-3/4"MOUNTING DRILL3/16" DIA4 PLA.CESHOLESMounting (European Installations)using a center securing screw:ILL3/16" DIA. HOLEMOUNTINGSCREWSINSTALLED1/8” ABOVESURFACECASEFRONT1. Detach case front by removing the two bottomscrews. Gently pull up using a screwdriver ifnecessary and pry apart. Lift off cover.2. Mount the keypad in its final location, (see“Standard Mounting” or “Mounting without themounting plate”) install center securing screw(supplied) and tighten to mounting surface.3. Replace the case front and secure using the twobottom screws.CASEBACK3DETACH CASE FRONTBY REMOVING SCREWS (2)AND LIFT UP6280-016-V06280-006-V0DR3 - 9/16"Ê800-0085/1131Rev.uŠA80008831INSTALL CENTERSECURING SCREW6280-015-V0
About the System (cont’d)WiringConnect the Tuxedo Touch in parallel with keypads and other peripheral devices using the keypaddata (ECP) bus. If the Tuxedo Touch is used as the primary system keypad, maximum wire run length is 150 feet. If more than one keypad is wired to one run, then the maximum lengths must be divided by thenumber of keypads on the run. (e.g., the maximum length is 75 feet if two keypads are wired on a#22 gauge run).Wire Gauge:Length#22 gauge#20 gauge#18 gauge#16 gauge150 feet240 feet350 feet550 feetThe Keypad draws up to 310mA. If you power the keypad from your panel’s Aux Power output,check your panel’s Installation and Setup Guide and verify that this device and others do notexceed your panel's Aux Power output capability. If it does, a supplementary power supply isneeded.Connect the wires to the keypad terminal block as shown below.CONTROLTERMINAL STRIPAUX AUX DATA DATAIN OUTYELLOW(DATA FROMCONTROL)YPOWER FROM SUPPLEMENTARYPOWER SUPPLY IF USEDSUPPLEMENTARY 12 VDCPOWER SUPPLYP/N AD12612CONTROLTERMINAL STRIPAUX AUX DATA DATAIN OUTRED ( 12VDC)BLACK (GND)GRJ45BLACKGREEN(DATA TOCONTROL)BLACKREDGREENYELLOWIP CONNECTION6280i-002-V0IMPORTANT: When the keypad is powered from an auxiliary power supply, always apply power tothe control panel first and then the keypad. Failure to observe this sequence results in improperoperation of the keypad and may result in an ECP Error indication.Supplementary external power supply must be Listed to UL 603 for UL installations, CAN/ULC-S318for cUL installations, and capable of providing the required backup power.4
About the System (cont’d)Specifications:Mechanical Specifications:Width: 8.23 inches (209.04mm)Height: 5.59 inches (141.99mm)Depth:1.13 inches (28.70mm)Electrical Specifications:Backlight OFF, Sound OFFBacklight ON, Sound OFFBacklight ON, Sound ON12V, 140mA12V, 205mA12V, 310mAOperating Environment:Humidity93% RH, non- condensingTemperature:OperatingShipping / Storage14 F to 131 F / -10 C to 55 C(UL tested 32 -120 F / 0 to 49 C)-40 F to 158 F / -40 C to 70 CFront Panel LEDsThe Tuxedo Touch Keypad has three LEDs as follows:SD/SDHC CARD SlotARMED (RED) LEDON – System is armed.OFF – System is not armed.READY (GREEN) LEDON – System is disarmed and ready to arm.OFF – System is armed or disarmed but notready. If disarmed, faults or troubles are present.MESSAGE (YELLOW) LEDFLASHING – The system contains newmessage(s) for the User.OFF – No new messages.RESET BUTTONPress to reset keypad6280-001-V0*Note: If the EN50131 Display feature is enabled, the "Armed" and "Ready" status LEDs turn OFF after 30seconds and the screen returns to the Home screen until a valid user code is entered.5
About the System (cont’d)Navigation IconsTo aid in the navigation through the Tuxedo Touch screens, a set of user-friendly icons has beenprovided. The appearance and function are described below.ICONICON TITLEFUNCTION“Product Videos”Accesses Product Introduction and Training Videos."Message"Record and retrieve Voice Messages."Automation"Accesses the Z-Wave setup, Scene setup, and Room setup screens."Security"Accesses the "Security" screen.“Home”Returns you to the "Home" screen.“Back”Reverts to the last screen viewed.Displays Emergency functions (as programmed by the installer). Seeprogramming the Control Panel note.“Panic”Note: This icon is displayed and active on all screens except while in the CleanScreen mode, during an LCD Display test in Dia
About the System (cont’d) 2 Alarm System Maximum Number of Keypads Minimum Software Revision Level VISTA-250FBP-9 3 4.1 VISTA-250BP 3 2.4 VISTA-250FBP 1 3.0 VISTA-250FBP 3 2.0 VISTA-128BPE 3 4.4 VISTA-250BPE 3 4.4 VISTA-128BPEN 3 7.0 VISTA-128BPLT 3 6.0 VISTA-128FBPN 3 5.1 VISTA-128BPT 6 10.1 VISTA-250BPT 6 10.1 VISTA-128BPTSIA 6 10.1 FA148CP 2 3.0 .
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Touch from the Home screen to enter applications list. To return to the Home screen, touch the Home key. Consult recently-used applications To consult recently-used applications, you can touch and hold the Menu key. Touch a thumbnail in the window to open the related application.Touch one
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