Sometimes you need to talk about your alarm systems, but you find yourself asking the question, "What ADT system do I have?" Well, if that's your case, don't look any further because, in this article, you will learn how to identify it.
Quick connect (Lynx System)
You can identify the Quick Connect Keypad if there's no flip door, or you can also check if there's a speaker on the left side of the panel, as shown in the picture.
This keypad has a keyboard in the center and a logo on the right side.
Some people also refer to this keypad as Lynx System.
SafeWatch Pro 6150 (Vista System)
The SafeWatch Pro 6150 (Also Know as Vista System) has LEDs on the left side, a speaker on the top left, and the ADT logo on the bottom right side.
See the picture below as a reference.
This keypad has a door that protects the keyboard.
The picture below shows the keypad door opened. As you can see, there are four icons on the left side and a numeric keyboard on the right.
Premise Pro 5500 Keypad
The Premise Pro 5500 has rounded edges, an ADT logo on the left side, and a flip door that opens to allow you to access the keyboard.
When the door is opened, you can see five buttons on the keypad's left side, a numeric keyboard at the center, and five other buttons on the right side.
Take a look at the picture below to see identify your keypad.
DSC Impassa keypad
The DSC Impassa keypad has rounded edges, an DSC logo on the left side, and a flip door that opens to allow you to access the keyboard.
There are eight buttons on the keyboard's left side, a numeric keyboard in the middle, and another five buttons to the right.
GE UTC Concord Keypad
The GE UTC Concord Keypad has two buttons up/down arrow buttons to the right side and a flip door that gives you access to the keyboard.
Under the door there are three buttons on the left side, a numeric keyboard in the middle and five buttons on the right side.
BHS 3101 Keypad
The BHS 3101 does not have a flip door; there's a logo on the left side, a large display, a speaker and three buttons to the left side, and a numeric keyboard.
BHS 3112 Keypad
The BHS 3112 keypad is similar to the BHS 3101, but it does not have a display.
Lynx 500 Keypad
The Lynx 500 keypad has a large color display with four buttons and a speaker on the left side. You can also see a Honewell logo on the top of the panel.
The TS keypad has a removable flip door, LEDs to the right, and an ADT logo.
Under the door, there's an ADT logo to the left side, four icon buttons, and a numeric keyboard in the middle.
Simon XT keypad
The Simon XT keypad has four buttons below the display, three icon buttons to the left side, a keyboard in the middle, and two speakers.
The Caddx keypad has a display at the top, up/down arrows to the right side and four LED indicator lights under the display.
Under the door, there are three buttons with icons on the left side, a numeric keyboard in the middle, and five buttons on the right side.
Use the information to talk to ADT
So, this article answered the question "What ADT system do I have?"
Now you know how to identify an ADT system and you can use this information when talking to an ADT representative or changing the device's battery.
If you need extra help, please visit the ADT website.
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