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Eyez-On Envisalink EVL-4EZR IP Security Interface Module For DSC and Honeywell (Ademco) Security Systems
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- STAY CONNECTED: EnvisaLink 4 will allow you to receive text and email messages as well as control your Honeywell Vista and DSC security systems through the internet.
- SMARTPHONE COMPATIBLE: The EnvisaLink 4 also provides access through a virtual keypad using an iPhone, Android or Blackberry.
- BROWSER AND VOIP FRIENDLY: It allows you to view the status of and even control your alarm panel through a standard web-browser or smart-phone. VOIP Friendly.
- PANEL COMPATIBILITY: Honeywell Vista Panels (Vista20P, 21iP, 15P, 10P, 128, and 250.) DSC PowerSeries (1555, 1555 MX, 1575, 5010 (832), 5020 (864), 1616, 1832, 1864)
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The EnvisaLink 4 is a powerful TCP-IP based, bus-level interface to DSC PowerSeries* panels and Honeywell Vista* panels. It allows you to self monitor, view the status of and even control your alarm panel through a standard web-browser or smart-phone.
• No monthly fees!
• Easy installation.
• No network configuration.
• Can be upgraded to full UL/ULC monitoring (fees apply)
• **New** 100BaseT Ethernet Support
• **New** Improved diagnostic LEDs to speed installation
• Remotely upgradable to allow for new features and services
• EnvisaLink TPI – programmer’s and integration interface.
• EnvisaLink Expansion Header – add new hardware modules as they become available.
• Simple to hook-up
• Built-in basic web server and html user-interface
• 128-bit encryption
• Real-time zone status with “time-since-tripped ” feature
• Local Arm/Disarm/Zone Bypass/PGM Control
• Multi-Partition Support
With Free EnvisAlertsService
• Remote Arm (Away & Stay, Quick Arming)/Disarm/Zone Bypass/PGM Control (depending on panel model)
• Event Logging
• Receive Alerts by e-mail or SMS.
• Network Supervision.
• Mobile Portal works with iPhone, Android, and Blackberry.
Included In The Box
• EVL-4EZR Module
• Mounting Stand-offs
• 2-Way Tape
• Connecting Wire
• Installation Guide
• DSC PowerSeries (1555, 1555 MX, 1575, 5010 (832), 5020 (864), 1616, 1832, 1864)
• Honeywell Vista Panels (Vista20P, 21iP, 15P, 10P, 128P, and 250P)
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I have an Ademco Vista 20P alarm system. You will need the 6160 keypad to program the alarm system. This is the larger alpha numeric keypad. If you have the 6150 you will not be able to program your keypad. However it’s a simple swap.
Probably the hardest part for me was getting accustomed to programming the alarm. Installing the Envisalink was easy. It’s a very tiny device, slightly larger than a credit card.
The installation process consists of adding this device as additional keypad to the alarm system and then programming the alarm system for this new module.
1) Set up your Eyezon account and enter the Mac address written on the unit.
2) On my alarm box I had to drill three small holes to install the plastic retaining pins. I made a paper template of the device for the location of the holes and quickly drilled them. Then simply connect 4 wires from the Envisalink to the alarm system keypad and hook up your RJ-45 cable.
3) Once hooked up to your router you must insure that the Envisalink is set to the correct keypad address you are going to assign it. I entered my router to find its IP address and then typed that into the web browser. Then enter the username as “user” and the password as “user”. If the default keypad address is wrong, you simply modify the settings in the browser.
4) Finally you need to program the alarm and enable the keypad address you are assigning to the Envisalink module. Then don’t forget to enable address *29 on the alarm, which on my unit is the Long Range Radio Unit function for the Envisalink to properly function.
5) These are the final alarm settings you need to make and you can find these instructions on the Envisalink webpage. But here they are to give you an idea.
*48 Contact ID. Use the default, Contact ID 4 by setting *48 to 77
*49 Split/Dual report. *49, should be set to 5 to enable both communicators getting events
*50 Burglar Dialer Delay (optional). The default is [2,0] which causes a 30 second delay until an alarm event is sent out. If you want the event to be sent out with no delay then set this to [0,0].
*54 Dynamic Signalling. You should turn off the dynamic signalling delay by making 54 to 0
*55 Communicator Priority. Put the reporting priority to, *55, to 1 to make sure the Envisalink gets the event first
NOTE: Please ensure that for each zone in your system the reporting code is NOT set to 00. If they are you will not receive alarm events.
In order to receive alerts, you need to program your panel to send the alerts. All reports are optional so only enable the ones you want to see. Remember, you can always suppress reporting of reports on the alerting server so we recommend enabling all reports.
Go to the following sections and program them with 11, or keep hitting 1 until your hear three beeps from the keypad.
*59 Exit Error Reporting
*60 Trouble Reporting
*61 Bypass Reporting
*62 AC Loss Reporting
*63 Low Battery Reporting
*65 Openings (disarming) Report
*66 Closings (arming) Report
*67 RF Low Battery Reporting
*68 Cancel (opening after alarm) Reporting
*70 Alarm Restorals Reporting
*71 Trouble Restorals Reporting
*72 Bypass Restorals Reporting
*73 AC Fail Restoral Reporting
*74 LowBat Restoral Reporting
*75 RF LowBat Restoral Reporting
Hope this helps.
Installing the add-on module was not very difficult, though I did need to supply my own wire. Luckily my system had some unused wires sitting in the box. After it was installed and connected to my router, activating the module on Envisalink's site was easy. I then went through all the zones and named them, named all of the users, and set up sms alerts. I then tested the alerts, and they worked as expected.
My only complaint, and the reason I'm giving four stars instead of five, is that the web interface isn't really all that great. It's functional, but certainly not attractive. Also, they do not have any apps for Android or iOS. They do have a mobile version of the web site, which is probably better than the full desktop version, but native apps would still be better.
I got the 3'rd party iPhone app, but I dunno, doesn't seem any better than the mobile web interface, and you have to set up your router to port forward, which can be a pain, depending on your router. This will be my fallback in case the mfg goes out of business and shuts down their servers.
Overall this is a great product!
(ADT is sad that I cancelled, based on the number of phone calls and emails I have received from them.)
I am very impressed by this device. Connected it to my Vista 20P (ADT version) with no issues whatsoever. It does not even seem to interfere with my (soon to be cancelled) ADT monitoring. I didn't want to run 100 feet of CAT5 cable to my router, so I bought a Netgear WNCE2001 wifi adapter, and everything works perfectly (was really not expecting that, to be honest).
Note to DIY'ers: if you have never programmed or wired something to your alarm panel, this may not be the best project for you - at least if you have a Honeywell system. While the instructions found on the website are correct, they don't really explain what exactly you are doing. If you don't know your installer code and/or don't have the programming manual, probably best to get someone to put it in for you. Also, you need an alphanumeric display touchpad to program the Vista20P, which in my case, ADT did not install (had to put it in myself).
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