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  • Page 2 Fax: 214-647-8032 www.lolcontrols.com Lightolier Controls is a Philips Controls brand. This manual is for informational use only and is subject to change without notice. Lightolier Controls assumes no responsibility or liability for any claims resulting from errors or inaccuracies that may appear in this manual.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    II T ’ CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE Table of Contents Customer Service .............................2 Lytemode System Overview ..........................3 Quick Start ...............................3 LyteScene II Touch Screen Overview ......................4 Installation ...............................5 ILSCLTSII (Wall-Mount) ........................5 ILSCLTSIIRM (Rack Mount) ........................6 Setup ................................7 Display Options ............................7 Password Protection ..........................8 Calibrate Screen ............................8 Set Date/Time ............................9...
  • Page 4: Customer Service

    II T ’ USTOMER ERVICE CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE Customer Service Technical and Sales assistance for Lytemode products are available worldwide. Phone: +1-800-526-2731 (In the United States and Canada) +1-214-647-7880 (Worldwide)
  • Page 5: Lytemode System Overview

    II T ’ CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE YTEMODE YSTEM VERVIEW 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.
  • Page 6: Lytescene Ii Touch Screen Overview

    II T II T ’ CENE OUCH CREEN VERVIEW CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE LyteScene II Touch Screen Overview The LyteScene II Touch Screen Master Station provides a simple-to-use graphical interface for controlling Lytemode System (ILS) Lighting Control Networks. The color touch screen mimics the layout of any selected Lytemode Master or Remote Station.
  • Page 7: Installation

    II T ’ CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE NSTALLATION Installation The LyteScene II Touch Screen is available in two mounting configurations: wall-mount, surface or flush (ILSCLTSII) and rack-mount (ILSCLTSIIRM). Refer to appropriate installation method below. The Lytemode ILS Network consists of a single CAT5e cable connecting all ILS devices in a daisy chain manner.
  • Page 8: Ilscltsiirm (rack Mount)

    II T ’ NSTALLATION CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE ILSCLTSIIRM (Rack Mount) To install rack-mount unit: Step 1. Unpack ILSCLTSIIRM Touch Screen and inspect for any signs of shipping damage. Step 2. Connect ILS network cable to Touch Screen ILS connector (Figure 2). Step 3.
  • Page 9: Setup

    II T ’ CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE ETUP Setup This section describes how to configure basic settings for the LyteScene II Touch Screen. Display Options Screen saver activation times and backlight off settings can be configured using the Settings tab. To set display options: Step 1.
  • Page 10: Password Protection

    II T ’ ETUP CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE Password Protection Password protection can be set for various touch screen functions, such as returning from screen saver, selecting scenes, adjusting levels, configuring masters, etc. (The default setting is no passwords.) To configure passwords: Step 1.
  • Page 11: Set Date/time

    II T ’ CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE ETUP Set Date/Time The date and time for your region can be configured using the Settings tab. To set date/time: Step 1. At main touch screen window, press tab. Settings Step 2. At drop-down menu, select Hardware Setup Set Clock...
  • Page 12: Controlling A Master

    II T ’ ONTROLLING A ASTER CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE Controlling a Master When properly installed, the LyteScene II Touch Screen will recognize and display icons for each of the controllable Master or Remote devices on the ILS network. Master/Remote functions such as storing scenes, fader levels and fade rates can all be controlled by touch screen commands.
  • Page 13: Select A Master For Control

    II T ’ CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE ONTROLLING A ASTER Select a Master For Control Any connected ILS Master or Remote can be selected for control by the touch screen. To access Master control screen: At main touch screen window, press tab.
  • Page 14: Selecting A Scene

    II T ’ ONTROLLING A ASTER CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE Selecting a Scene The touch screen can access all 14 Scenes (OFF, ON, A-L) of any selected Master or Remote. To select a scene: Step 1. Select a Master or Remote device for control. (Refer to “Select a Master For Control”...
  • Page 15: Storing A Scene

    II T ’ CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE ONTROLLING A ASTER Storing a Scene Up to 13 Scenes can be “stored” (set in memory) using the ON and A-L buttons. After a Scene has been stored, it can be recalled by pressing the corresponding Scene button. Before a Scene is stored, the length of the fade must be set (fade rate).
  • Page 16: Recalling A Scene

    II T ’ ONTROLLING A ASTER CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE Recalling a Scene Pressing any of the Scene buttons (including ON) will cause the lights to fade to the stored levels. The Scene button will blink during the fade rate. Once the fade is complete, the button will remain lit to indicate the currently selected scene.
  • Page 17: Configuring A Master

    II T ’ CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE ONFIGURING A ASTER Configuring a Master A currently selected ILS Master can be configured using the Setup window, which is accessible by pressing the Configure Master tab. Naming a Master A Master can be named for easier identification in the touch screen environment. To name a Master: Step 1.
  • Page 18: Configuring Ir Room

    II T ’ ONFIGURING A ASTER CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE Configuring IR Room To configure IR Room setting: Step 1. At ILS Master window, press tab. Configure Master Step 2. At IR Room drop-down menu, select IR Room as Off, Room 1, Room 2, Room 3 or Room 4 as required.
  • Page 19: Naming A Scene

    II T ’ CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE ONFIGURING A ASTER Naming a Scene Each Scene button can be named for easier identification in the touch screen environment. To name a Scene: Step 1. At ILS Master window, press tab. Configure Master Step 2.
  • Page 20: Designer Scenes

    II T ’ ONFIGURING A ASTER CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE Designer Scenes Any Scene can be configured as a "Designer Scene" by setting a Learn Lock. A Designer Scene will not allow any Channel Levels or Fade Rates to be changed. To set Scene as Designer Scene: Step 1.
  • Page 21: Naming A Channel

    II T ’ CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE ONFIGURING A ASTER Naming a Channel Each channel can be named for easier identification in the touch screen environment. To name a channel: Step 1. At ILS Master window, press tab. Configure Master Step 2.
  • Page 22: Setting Automatic Cycle Mode

    II T ’ ONFIGURING A ASTER CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE Setting Automatic Cycle Mode This feature allows the Master to automatically sequence from Scene to Scene. When Scene A is finished, Scene B will start and so on, fading at the specified rate for each Scene. Auto Cycle can be specified for Scenes ON-D and/or Scenes E-L.
  • Page 23: Configuring Alarm Actions

    II T ’ CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE ONFIGURING A ASTER Configuring Alarm Actions If wired to an alarm system, a Master can be programmed to react in different ways to an alarm trigger. To configure alarm settings: Step 1. At ILS Master window, press tab.
  • Page 24 II T ’ ONFIGURING A ASTER CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE Depending on the mode, the terminal strip will read inputs and write outputs differently. Table 1: Terminal Strip Signals by Mode Mode 0 Mode 1 Mode 2 Mode 3 LED Common LED Common Not Used OFF LED...
  • Page 25: Miscellaneous Operations

    II T ’ CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE ISCELLANEOUS PERATIONS Miscellaneous Operations Save Registry The program’s registry file can be saved to flash. To save registry to flash: Step 1. From main touch screen window, press tab. Settings Step 2. At Hardware Setup drop-down menu, select Save Registry To Flash Step 3.
  • Page 26: Check Software Version

    II T ’ ISCELLANEOUS PERATIONS CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE Check Software Version The LyteScene II Touch Screen software version can be checked at any time. To check software version: Step 1. From main touch screen window, press tab. Settings Step 2. Press tab.
  • Page 27: Real Time Clock Feature

    II T ’ CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE LOCK EATURE Real Time Clock Feature The LyteScene II Touch Screens also feature a Real Time Clock, which allows lighting events to coincide with specific times, days, or sunrise/sunset, including exceptions for holidays or other special events.
  • Page 28: Set Location

    II T ’ LOCK EATURE CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE Set Location The Location feature adjusts the timeclock by Longitude/Latitude or by City and State, to provide accurate sunrise/sunset forecasting and compensation for daylight savings time. To set location: Step 1. At Real Time Clock screen, press tab.
  • Page 29: Add A New Event

    II T ’ CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE LOCK EATURE Add a New Event Events can be added to correspond with daily routines or other occasions, based on specific astronomical clock timing. Options such as holiday exceptions and Automatic Shutoff (for Off events) can be specified using additional windows.
  • Page 30: Edit An Event

    II T ’ LOCK EATURE CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE Step 6. If an Automatic Shut Off event is required, press Shutoff Settings Note: Automatic Shut Off can only be specified for Off events. Refer to page 27. Step 7. At Local Override Shutoff Settings window, use drop-down menus to specify times.
  • Page 31: Delete An Event

    II T ’ CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE LOCK EATURE Delete an Event Events can be deleted from the system at any time. To delete an event: Step 1. At Real Time Clock screen, select icon or list item of event you wish to delete. Step 2.
  • Page 32: Specifications

    II T ’ PECIFICATIONS CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE Specifications Electrical: • Input power: 10V - 28VDC (powered from Lytemode ILS Network) • Power draw: 600mA • Operating Temperature: 0° to 50° C Dimensions: • Station: 188mm x 139mm x 39.1mm (7.4" x 5.4" x 1.54") •...
  • Page 33 II T ’ CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE PECIFICATIONS Notes...
  • Page 34 II T ’ PECIFICATIONS CENE OUCH CREEN UIDE Notes...
  • Page 35 Controls supplier which agrees in advance to handle the return and replacement by factory authorization). If the product or part is found by Philips Controls to have been defective in material or workmanship it will be repaired or replaced (as deemed necessary by Philips Controls), and the replacement will be returned to you free of charge.

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