Summary of Contents for Philips Lytemode 6-Button Remote Station
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Table of Contents Customer Service ..............2 Lytemode System Overview ...........3 Quick Start ................4 6-Button Remote Station Overview ........5 Installation ................6 Setting ILS Network ID ............7 Basic Setup ................9 Mode .................9 ID Address ..............11 IR Address ..............13 LED Intensity ..............13 Display Version ..............14 Operation ................15 Selecting a Scene ............15...
Lytemode System Overview The Lytemode System is designed to control architectural lighting by distributing both power and intelligence. The system provides processing power and control at each respective Master or Remote Station, eliminating the need for a central processor. Lytemode Master Stations provide individual control for up to 16 channels, 13 scenes plus “Off”, and adjustable fade times.
Quick Start To get the 6-Button Remote Station up and running quickly, use the following checklist: Step 1. Install unit (refer to “Installation” on page 6). Step 2. Connect to Lytemode ILS Network (refer to “Setting ILS Network ID” on page 7). Step 3.
6-Button Remote Station Overview The Lytemode 6-Button Remote Station (ILS-CL-6RES) can be used to trigger Scenes and perform Master Raise/Lower, or act as a remote keypad for any specified ILS Master Station. It can be programmed to control multiple Master Stations, if required.
Installation The Lytemode ILS Network consists of a single CAT5e cable connecting all ILS modules in a daisy chain manner. All units connect to the network using a 9-pin connector (included). To install: Step 1. Unpack unit and inspect for any signs of shipping damage. Ensure that two mounting screws are included.
Setting ILS Network ID Lytemode products are controlled by the Intelligent Lytemode System (ILS) protocol. All Lytemode ILS devices must be given an ID (or address), which identifies the device on the network and allows it to avoid network collisions when transmitting data. Standard IDs are in the range of 1 to 255.
ILS Network Addressing: Remotely Device Sub-ID Devices / ID Notes * Polled? Remote 1-255 Multiple Two Button Auto Remote Global Remote 1-255 Multiple Remote Keypad 1-255 Remote I/O 1-255 Room Combine 1-255 Mini-Master 1-255 Master 1-255 RS-232 Port Auto Smart Matrix 1-255 Dimmer Rack Capio Dimmer...
Basic Setup This section describes how to program the unit’s Mode, Address, IR Address, LED Brightness, and display the unit’s Software Version. Mode The unit can be set to function in one of several Modes as follows: Step 1. Press and hold B and C for 3 or more seconds.
Mode Function 0 – Remote Used to trigger Scenes and perform Master Raise/Lower on ILS Masters. 1 – Global Remote Same as Remote, but transmits a Global command used to link several ILS Masters. ILS Masters must be programmed to respond to the Global ID. 2 –...
ID Address Because there are not enough buttons/LEDs to address the full 0- 255 ID range, the ID must be entered in two stages. The three most significant ID bits are entered first, followed by the five least significant ID bits. Step 1.
While in the Addressing Mode, the device will transmit a Network Test Command every 2 seconds (ON will blink). All devices on the network will blink an LED to indicate their reception of this command. If a receiving device matches the transmitted ID, it will blink all of its LEDs.
IR Address The IR Room select can be set as follows: Step 1. Press and hold A and C for 3 or more seconds. A-B-C-D-OFF LEDs will turn On. (Blinking LED shows presently selected room.) Step 2. Set IR Room as follows: A = Room 1, B = Room 2 C = Room 3, D = Room 4 OFF = Disable IR...
Display Version The software version can be displayed as follows: Step 1. Press and hold D and OFF for 3 or more seconds. The Version is displayed in binary format on A-OFF. Step 2. Add up values for each illuminated LED and then add 1.00.
Operation Selecting a Scene A 6-button keypad can select all 14 Scenes (OFF, ON, A-L) by pressing a single button or a button combination as follows: • To select Scenes OFF, ON, or A-D, press desired button. • To select Scenes E-F-G-H, press ON and A-B-C-D. •...
Changing Channel Levels The 6-Button Remote Station can perform Master Raise/Lower functions. Pressing Raise or Lower will increase or decrease all channel levels, respectively. This can be done at any time and will not affect the stored levels. To change channel levels: Step 1.
Factory Defaults and Troubleshooting Resetting Factory Defaults To set the unit back to its Factory Defaults, do the following: Step 1. Press and hold ON and OFF for 3 or more seconds. (All LEDs will start to blink.) Step 2. While still holding ON/OFF buttons, also press and hold A.
Troubleshooting In order to determine if all Lytemode ILS Network devices are communicating, a network test signal can be sent by placing the device in the Addressing Mode. While in this mode, the device will transmit a Network Test Command every 2 seconds (ON will blink).
Installing Custom Buttons Custom engraved buttons* are available for Lytemode products. If you received custom buttons with your unit or obtain them in the future, use the following procedure for installation. To install custom buttons: Step 1. At 6-button unit, remove faceplate. Step 2.
Specifications Electrical: • Input Power: +18-26 VDC (powered from Lytemode ILS network) • Current: 20mA • Temperature - Storage: -25° to 85° C - Operating: 0° to 40° C - Relative Humidity: 30-90% (non-condensing) Accessories Part Number Description ILSCK6B__* Color Kit for 6-Button Remote Station CE6BES*** Custom Engraved 6-Button Keypad Membrane COMFP1__**...