Risco LightSYS User manual

Risco LightSYS User manual
User Manual
Summary of Keypad Main User Commands
Away Arm
Code >
Stay Arm
Code >
System Disarm
Code>
Silence an Alarm
Code>
Partition Away Arm
Code >
> Partition No. >
Partition Stay Arm
Code >
> Partition No. >
Partition Disarm
Code>
> Partition No. >
Duress Unset
Duress Code >
Panic Alarm
Pressing
simultaneously for 2 seconds
Fire Alarm
Pressing
simultaneously for 2 seconds
Medical Alarm
Pressing
Bypass Zones
Code >
Activate Output
Define Follow-Me
simultaneously for 2 seconds
[Zone No.]
Code
[Activities]
>Code
[Output Control]
[Follow Me]
[Define]
View Trouble
Code
[View]
[Trouble]
View Zone Status
Code
[View]
[Zone Status]
View Partition Status
Code >
View Event Log
Code
[Event Log]
Keypad Chime
On/Off
Code
[Activities]
[Chime]
Edit User Code
Code
[Codes/Tags]
Zone Testing (Walk
Test)
Code
[Maintenance]
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[Define]
[Walk Test]
Table of Contents
Summary of Keypad Main User Commands ........................................................... 2
Chapter 1 Mastering Your System ........................................................................... 5
Introduction ........................................................................................................................................... 5
Main System Capabilities ................................................................................................................... 5
LightSYS Architecture ......................................................................................................................... 6
User Operating Tools .......................................................................................................................... 7
System Monitoring ............................................................................................................................... 8
Report to Monitoring Station ..................................................................................................... 8
Follow Me Messaging ................................................................................................................ 8
Keypad Indication ................................................................................................................................ 9
Keypad LCD Icons ..................................................................................................................... 9
LCD Status Display .................................................................................................................... 9
LCD Blank Display ................................................................................................................... 10
System Tones .................................................................................................................................... 10
Chapter 2 Arming and Disarming........................................................................... 13
Arming your system........................................................................................................................... 13
Before arming the system: ...................................................................................................... 13
Away (Full) arming ................................................................................................................... 14
Stay (Home) arming ................................................................................................................. 14
Partition arming ........................................................................................................................ 15
Group Arming ........................................................................................................................... 16
Arming With Troubles in the System ..................................................................................... 17
Keyswitch Arming..................................................................................................................... 17
Arming in Blank Display Mode ............................................................................................... 17
Disarming your system ..................................................................................................................... 18
Full Disarming........................................................................................................................... 18
Partition Disarming................................................................................................................... 18
Disarming after an Alarm ........................................................................................................ 19
Resetting after an alarm .......................................................................................................... 20
Duress Disarming..................................................................................................................... 21
Disabling a Fire Alarm (Switch Auxiliary) .............................................................................. 21
Additional Arm/Disarm Capabilities ................................................................................................. 22
Automatic Arm/Disarm............................................................................................................. 22
Arm /Disarm from your Wireless Keyfob ............................................................................... 22
Remote Arm/Disarm Using SMS............................................................................................ 22
Remote Arm/Disarm Using a Phone ..................................................................................... 23
Emergency Alarms ............................................................................................................................ 24
Chapter 3 User Functions and Settings ................................................................ 25
User Codes......................................................................................................................................... 25
Authority Levels ........................................................................................................................ 26
Setting / Changing User Codes .............................................................................................. 27
Deleting User Codes................................................................................................................ 27
User Code Labels .................................................................................................................... 28
Proximity Tags ................................................................................................................................... 28
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Adding a New Proximity Tag .................................................................................................. 29
Deleting a Proximity Tag ......................................................................................................... 29
Setting and Changing System Time and Date............................................................................... 30
Setting Follow Me Destinations ....................................................................................................... 31
Bypassing zones................................................................................................................................ 32
Scheduling Weekly Programs .......................................................................................................... 33
Automatic Arming/Disarming .................................................................................................. 33
Automated Output Operation.................................................................................................. 34
User Limitation Program ......................................................................................................... 34
Quick Activation/Deactivation of a Weekly Program ........................................................... 34
Macro Keys......................................................................................................................................... 35
Programming Macro Keys ...................................................................................................... 35
Activating a Macro.................................................................................................................... 36
Parking Control with LightSYS Gate Control Keyfobs .................................................................. 36
Assign New Keyfob .................................................................................................................. 36
Delete a keyfob......................................................................................................................... 36
Delete All keyfobs .................................................................................................................... 37
Change keyfob buttons that controls the outputs ................................................................ 37
Complete List of User Functions ..................................................................................................... 38
Appendix A – System Troubles .............................................................................. 44
Appendix B – Glossary ........................................................................................... 45
Appendix C – Scheduling Tables ........................................................................... 47
Appendix D – SMS Operation ................................................................................. 48
Appendix E – System Testing and Maintenance .................................................. 49
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Chapter 1 Mastering Your System
Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of RISCO Group's LightSYS Security System. The
LightSYS has been specifically designed to meet a wide range of security needs for
residential and commercial applications.
LightSYS is designed to recognize abnormal conditions and inform the system of the
status of any protected door, window, hallway, room, or area. It supports the capabilities
of communicating with a Central Monitoring Station or to your mobile phone using
friendly and easy to understand verbal messages as well as SMS or E-mail messages
The LightSYS contains a variety of programming features. Ask your installer which
features have been programmed for your system.
This manual describes how to operate your system. It will guide you through
programming instructions for main system features as well as basic arming and disarming
commands for the system
Main System Capabilities
Up to 32 sensor devices
16 User codes + Grand Master code
4 authority levels for different system
users
Optional user proximity tag to be used
instead of a code
Up to 4 partitions
4 wired / wireless keypads
Up to 4 sirens
Up to 16 full control remote controls
Up to 200 gate control remote controls
500 Events Log
16 Follow Me destinations
Up to 14 outputs
X-10 support for home automation
4 automatic scheduling programs
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LightSYS Architecture
Your LightSYS controls and monitors a variety of sensors, detectors, and contacts
placed throughout the premises, which provide external, perimeter and internal
burglary protection. The system is supervised, meaning that the panel checks the
status of each sensor to detect problems. If trouble is detected, you are notified both
with panel beeps and indicator lights as well as remote messaging.
The following diagram shows the components that make up the system:
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User Operating Tools
LightSYS can easily be managed locally or remotely depending on your system
configuration.
You can issue commands to the system and in turn, the system will communicate
information to you via its display, indicators, voice messages, SMS messages, Email
messages and by the sounds it makes.
Depending on your purchased supplementary modules, you can operate your system via
the following:
LightSYS Keypad and proximity tag:
Locally through its LCD keypad(s), you can issue commands to
your system. In turn, the system can communicate information to
you through its display, indicators and by the sounds it makes.
4 Button Keyfob:
Using the wireless 4 button keyfob you can arm, disarm, send a
panic alarm and activate outputs.
Remote Phone Operation:
If your system includes the voice module, it can provide audible
information about system status, and enable any remote,
touch-tone (DTMF) telephone to act as a keypad for the system.
Upon event occurrence, such as alarm activation, the voice
module informs you by calling you and playing a prerecorded
event announcement, as described in the 5IN1545 LightSYS Voice
Module Programming and Operations Guide.
SMS:
If your system is equipped with RISCO Group's GSM/GPRS
module it can provide information about the system by SMS and
enable operation of the system using SMS commands for arming
the system, disarming the system and more.
Configuration Software:
RISCO Group's Configuration Software enables the installer to
program the system and manage the system locally or remotely.
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System Monitoring
Report to Monitoring Station
When a system event occurs, the control system sends a message to your monitoring
service describing the exact nature of the event. This enables the monitoring service to
perform the required action. Monitoring service notification can be implemented through
either regular telephone cellular communication or IP network.
A sensor detects.

The control system 
is alerted.
An alarm is generated and the
monitoring service is notified.
Caution:
Remember that no security system can prevent emergencies. This system is only intended to
alert you in case of an emergency and should not take the place of prudent security
practices or life and property insurance.
Follow Me Messaging
In the case of an alarm or event, the system can initiate a report message to up to 16
predefined designated destinations using a voice announcement, SMS or email to express
the active event.
SMS Example:
Email Message Example:
Security System:
21/01/2011
Intruder Alarm
Partition 1
Entrance
Subject: Alarm Security Message: Intruder Alarm
System Name: John's Residence
Event: Fire Alarm, Zone 5, Entrance door
Time: 01 April 2011; 16:12
Partition: Partition 1, First floor
Service Contact: Monitoring Station 01, 03-5676778
Your installer defines the type of reporting to a Follow Me destination. Consult your
installer for the report type for each destination.
The definition of the telephone number or Email address for each destination is defined by
the grand master (see page 31)
Notes:

Voice messaging requires using the LightSYS voice module. This module also
enables the LightSYS to announce various local messages to residents.

SMS messaging requires the use of the LightSYS GSM/GPRS module.

Email messaging requires the use of the LightSYS IP module.
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Keypad Indication
The LightSYS LCD keypad is the primary system interface and reports its status via its
LCD icons, as described below.
Keypad LCD Icons
Power
Ready
Arm
Stay / Bypass
Tamper
Fire
On
System is operating properly from AC power, its
backup battery is in good condition and there are no
troubles in the system.
Off
No power.
Slow Flash
System is being programmed.
Rapid Flash
System trouble.
On
System is ready to be armed.
Off
System is not ready to be armed
Slow Flash
System is ready to be armed while exit/entry zone is
open.
On
System is armed in Full Arm or Stay Arm mode.
Off
System is disarmed.
Slow Flash
System is in Exit Delay.
Rapid Flash
Alarm condition.
On
System is in Stay Arm (Part Set) or Zone Bypass mode.
Off
No bypass zones in system.
On
Zone/keypad/external module has been tampered.
Off
All zones are operating normally.
On
Fire alarm.
Off
Normal operation.
Flashing
Fire circuit problem.
LCD Status Display
The LCD status display will vary depending on the number of partitions in your system.
If your system is defined with only one partition, the LCD displays the partition name,
time and date.
If your system has two or three partitions, the LCD displays the system name, date, time
and the status of each partition. A status letter represents the partition’s status, as follows:
A: Partition Armed
N: Partition Not Ready
S: Partition Stay Armed
R: Partition Ready
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LCD Blank Display
If defined by your installer, two minutes after the last keypad operation the keypad will be
disabled and the following display will appear on the LCD:
Enter code:
To release the keypad and return to normal operation mode press: [CODE] +
.
Note:
During blank display mode the Ready LED indicates a trouble in the
system.
System Tones
In addition to the visual indications provided by your keypad(s), your system is designed
to produce audible annunciation after certain events. Depending on the circumstance, such
sounds may be made by your system's keypad(s) or sounders (for example, a siren or bell).
Note:
If defined by your installer, internal bell annunciation can be generated to
accompany any of the keypad sounds.
Event
Keypad Sound
Internal Bell
External Siren
Intrusion
Alarm
Rapid beeping
Rapid beeping
Rapid beeping
Fire Alarm
Rapid beeping
Rapid beeping
YES (staggered)
Keypad Police
Emergency
No sound (1)
No sound (1)
No Sound (1)
Keypad
Emergency /
Medical
A momentary chirp
No sound
No sound
Arming or
Disarming
No Sound
System is armed:
1 chirp
System is armed:
1 chirp
System is disarmed:
2 chirps (Keyfob)
Disarm after alarm:
4 chirps (Keyfob)
Confirm
Operation
A one-second tone, if
completed correctly
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Reject
Operation
Three rapid error
beeps, if incorrect (2,3)
No sound
No sound
Entry Delay
Countdown
Slowly repeating tones
until the entry delay
time period expires (2)
No sound
No sound
Exit Delay
Countdown
Slowly repeating tones
until the exit delay
time period expires (2)
No sound
No sound
Chime Sound
2 second buzzer beep (4)
No sound
No sound
Notes:
1.
Based on decisions made at the time your alarm system installation, keypads
may beep during this type of alarm.
2.
Keypad beeps may be disabled at the user's discretion, see Buzzer On/Off,
page 39.
3.
Press
4.
Any intrusion zone, if selected for the chime feature, will, when violated
during the disarm period, cause the keypad to annunciate the event. The
chime can also be disabled when not required.
for two seconds to stop the fault beeps
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Chapter 2 Arming and Disarming
The following chapter describes how to operate your LightSYS locally from the LCD
keypad. For system operation from other accessories, refer to the instructions supplied
with the product.
As a user of your security system, you'll mostly be concerned with the keypad.
The LightSYS LCD keypad is the primary system interface. Each keypad in your system
reports its status via its LCD icons, as described below. Through its keys, you can enter
commands to arm and disarm the system, bypass intrusion zones, report emergencies, and
more, as described in the subsequent chapters of this manual. For detailed information
regarding the keypad interface, refer to the instruction supplied with the keypad.
Notes:
1. There are two types of LCD keypads, with and without proximity for non-contact
arming and disarming.
2. Each keypad in the system is assigned to a particular partition, meaning that
commands entered in a keypad are implemented only in the partition to which it is
assigned. For example, pressing the Quick Arm key on a keypad assigned to
partition 1 arms only partition 1
Arming your system
Arming your system causes the intrusion detectors to trigger an alarm when violated. You
can arm your system by code arming, in which you need to use your user code, or you can
use quick arming (without using a code).
Note:
If during code setting you enter a wrong user code, the keypad produces
three short beeps. Simply re-enter the correct sequence.
Remember, fire protection and the protection offered by the keypad's emergency keys are
always armed and always available (if authorized by your installer).
Before arming the system:
1.
2.
3.
Verify that the
(ready) icon is lit or flashing indicating that system is READY
to be armed.
Make sure that the system includes no violated zones and is ready to be armed.
If the system is NOT ready to be armed, secure or bypass the violated zone(s) (see
page 32), and then proceed.
Notes:
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 If you are unable to arm the system, press
to view system messages.
 If defined by your installer, your system can be defined to accept force arming. This
definition arms the system regardless of open zones when using a keyswitch or
automatic arming. Note that force arming the system results in leaving partition(s)
unsecured.
 If defined by your installer, it might be required that all troubles in the system
should be confirmed to enable the arming operation.
Your LightSYS supports the following kinds of arming:
Away (Full) arming
Away arming ( ) prepares all of the system's intrusion detectors to activate an alarm if
violated, and is used when leaving the premises. Once you have armed the system, exit via
the designated final exit door.
To fully arm your system:
1. Verify that the system is ready to be armed.
2.
Enter your user code followed by
or hold the tag close to the keypad's keys.
3.
Leave the premises and close the door. The keypad beeps and the
while the system counts down the exit delay time period.
4.
When the exit delay time period has expired, the
icon flashes
icon lights steadily.
Note:
If defined by your installer, system sirens can sound one chirp, indicating that the system
is armed.
Stay (Home) arming
Stay arming (
) activates only perimeter detectors (as defined by your installer), enabling
individuals to remain inside and move about the premises while the system is partially
armed.
To stay arm your system:
1. Verify that the system is ready to arm.
2.
Enter your user code followed by
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3.
During the exit delay time period:

the keypad beeps

the
icon flashes

the
icon lights
indicating that the interior zones are being bypassed.
4.
When the exit delay time period has expired, the
icon lights steadily.
Notes:
1. Press
2. Press
to cancel the Entry Delay time period for the current STAY arming.
during the exit delay time period to silence the keypad beeps.
Partition arming
A key LightSYS advantage is its ability to divide the system into up-to-four partitions. Each
partition can be managed as a separate security sub-system, that is, armed and disarmed
individually, regardless of the condition of the others
Partitions can be armed or disarmed one at a time, or all at once, and each partition can be
armed as stay or away. Only users who have been defined to operate multiple partitions can
operate more than one partition and simultaneously arm/disarm all partitions.
To arm specific partitions:
1. Verify that the system is ready to arm.
2.
For away arming enter your user code followed by
3.
keypad's keys. For stay arming, press
.
Select the number of the partition you want to arm.
or hold the tag close to the
Notes:
If your user code is assigned to more than one partition, use the
select the required partition(s) and press
to a code.
4.
5.
keys to
. Select "0" to arm all partitions assigned
Press
/ Present Tag (For away arm) or press
partition(s).
Repeat the above steps to arm additional partitions
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Examples:

To away arm partition 3 with user code: 1234:
1-2-3-4

1-2-3-4

or 1-2-3-4 [
]3[
]
0
To arm partitions 3 and 4:
1-2-3-4

3
To arm all partitions:
3 4
To arm partition 3 in stay mode:
1-2-3-4
3
Notes:
Keypads and Partitions — Each keypad is assigned to different partition(s). The grand
master and the manager (with access to all partitions) can use any keypad to access any
partition. Other users can use only designated keypads.
Common Zones — Partitioned systems have to share common zones. For example, a
shared front door to two family houses must be available to both families and is therefore
shared between them.
A common zone(s) is armed only if all partitions sharing the zone(s) are armed. The
common zone(s) is disarmed if any of the partitions, to which the zone(s) is assigned, are
disarmed.
If the system is defined to work in area mode, the common zone will be armed if any
partition sharing the zone is armed. The common zone will be disarmed if all the partitions
sharing the zone are disarmed.
Group Arming
Group arming enables you to arm a number of zones within a partition, using the function
keys
,
,
,
. Ask your installer about group definition in the system.
Each partition can be defined with up to four groups.
To arm a group (if the system has one partition):
1. Verify that the system is ready to arm.
2. Enter your code, followed by pressing for two seconds the key for the
corresponded group you want to arm (A
The selected group is armed.
,B
For example, to arm group C, enter: [Code] [
3.
To arm another group, repeat the above steps .
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,D
for two seconds].
).
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To arm a group (if your user code is assigned to more than one partition):
1. Verify that the system is ready to arm.
2.
Enter your user code, then the group letter (
,
,
then the partition number, and the group letter again
,
),
(
,
,
,
).
For example, to arm group C, enter:
[Code] [
3.
for two seconds] [Partition No] [
for two seconds].
To arm another group, repeat above steps .
Note:
If your system supports Quick Arming, press the function key for two
seconds corresponding to the group(s) you want to arm. The selected groups
are armed.
Arming With Troubles in the System
If required, and defined by your installer, all troubles in the system may require confirmation
to enable the arming operation.
When trying to arm the system with troubles, the display will show the system troubles.
Scroll through the list of troubles using the
key. At the end of the list the following
question will appear: « Override Trouble? » Use the
and press
key to toggle the option to Y
.
Keyswitch Arming
If your system is equipped with a special keyswitch, it can, with the twist of a key, be toggled
through arm (away) and disarm modes.
Arming in Blank Display Mode
To perform arming while the system is in blank display mode:
1.
2.
Release the keypad by pressing [CODE] +
Within 2 minutes time press:
For away arming
For stay arming
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Disarming your system
Disarming your system causes the detectors not to trigger an alarm when violated.
Disarming deactivates the partitions assigned to the specified user code.
You can disarm your system by code, for which you need to use your user code or a
proximity tag.
When you enter the premises, the entry delay count-down period begins. You must disarm
the system within the entry delay period to prevent it from triggering an alarm. The
disarming operation will be followed by a local message announcement (if defined).
LightSYS disarming varieties include the following:
Full Disarming
1.
If outside the premises, open an "entry" door. The keypad(s) beeps, indicating that the
entry delay time period has begun.
2.
Before the entry delay time period expires, enter your user code followed by
present the proximity tag.
or
Note:
1.
If you make a mistake entering your user code, the keypad produces three
short beeps. If so, simply re-enter the above sequence correctly.
2.
If defined by your installer, system sirens sounding two siren chirps indicate
that the system is disarmed.
Partition Disarming
Partition disarming enables you to disarm individual partitions within an armed system.
To disarm specific partitions:
1.
2.
Enter user code followed by
or present the proximity tag.
Select the partition number (1–4) OR- to disarm all partitions at once, select 0.
3. Press
to confirm. A confirmation message will be displayed for several seconds.
4. Repeat the above steps to disarm other partitions.
Examples:
1.
To disarm partition 3 with code 1234: 1-2-3-4

To disarm ALL partitions: 1-2-3-4

To disarm partitions 3 and 4 with a tag: 1-2-3-4
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.
.
3 4
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Disarming after an Alarm
If an alarm has occurred, it will be indicated by the keypad. Once the cause of the alarm has
been established the system must be reset.
To disarm the system after an alarm:
1. If outside the premises, open an "entry" door. The keypad(s) beeps, indicating that the
entry delay period has begun.
2.
Observe the keypad. If the
icon is flashing, and the display shows the activated
partition, an alarm activation has occurred. Pressing the
activated partition and zone.
3.
key will show the
Hold the tag close to the keypad's keys OR enter your user code and press
alarm occurred:
. If an
a)
The
icon will flash
b)
The sirens will sound four siren chirps, indicating that an alarm occurred in the
system.
c)
4.
If your system is equipped with the voice module, an announcement message
will be broadcast: "Alarm occurred in the system".
Scroll through the list of alarm zones. To exit the alarm memory mode before the
timeout has expired, press
(which will clear the alarm memory) or
will not clear the alarm memory)
5.
(which
If required, proceed to “Resetting after an alarm” (see below).
Note:
If an alarm occurred in the system, it is recommended to leave the premises. Only after
police investigation should you consider that the burglar is no longer on your premises
and you can re-enter. In special cases (if programmed by your installer) arming the system
after an alarm might require a technician code. On the LCD, a Not ready technician reset message may appear. For more information, consult with your
installer.
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Important:
If the alarm was caused by a tripped smoke detector(s), the keypad's Fire ( )
indicator will remain lit, providing an indication that the fire system must be
reset before it will be capable of detecting subsequent infractions. Furthermore,
until it is reset, you will be prevented from setting your system.
> User Code >
To reset a smoke detector, press
>
> Advanced >
> Switch Auxiliary >
> Activities
.
Note: You may need to perform this procedure several times in order to prevent
the smoke detector(s) from re-detecting any remaining smoke
Press
to exit the user functions mode.
Resetting after an alarm
Your installation company can configure the reset of the system to a normal operation
mode to require the intervention of your monitoring station or installer. In this case, after
an alarm condition, the system will be regarded as not ready and the display will show a
Call Installer message.
Consult your installer regarding whether your system reset mode is Remote or Installer.
Note:
Before attempting to reset your system ensure that the system is disarmed.
To remotely (anti-code) reset after an alarm
1.
Press
key while the Call Installer display is on will enter you to the Anti
Code section.
2.
Press
3.
Call your monitoring station (MS) or installer and quote the RANDOM CODE displayed on
your keypad. The MS or installer will give you a return Anti-Code.
4.
Enter this Anti code followed by
to enter the Anti Code option.
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To locally (from the keypad) or remotely reset your system (by your MS or installer)
1.
Code
Press
Activities
Config SW
CS Connect
Via GPRS/IP? [if both GPRS and IP are available, you must select which]. Press
to confirm
2.
Done is displayed. A one hour time window is opened for the installer to program user
functions and be able to reset your system.
Duress Disarming
If you are ever coerced into disarming your system, you can comply with the intruder's
wishes while sending a silent duress alarm to the monitoring station. To do so, you must
use a special duress code, which when used, disarms the system in the regular manner,
while simultaneously transmitting the duress alarm. Confirm with your installer which of
the user codes is defined as a duress code:
Note:
Under no circumstances must the duress code be used haphazardly or
without reason. Central stations, along with police departments, treat
duress codes very seriously and take immediate action.
Disabling a Fire Alarm (Switch Auxiliary)
Unsetting the fire alarm interrupts the power supplied to the system's smoke detector(s)
for a predetermined interval, thus resetting and "readying" them for subsequent alarms.
Note:
You may need to perform this procedure several times in order to
prevent the smoke detector(s) from re-detecting any remaining smoke.
To disable a fire alarm
1.
Press
and enter your grand master code followed by
.
2.
Using the arrow keys, scroll to the option Activities and press
3.
Scroll to Advanced and press
4.
Scroll to Switch AUX and press
5.
The fire alarm is disabled for a predefined amount of time.
.
.
.
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Additional Arm/Disarm Capabilities
Automatic Arm/Disarm
The LightSYS has the ability to define automatic system arming at a predefined time
of a day. An Arm/Disarm program automatically arms and disarms the system during
your required time intervals. When defining the automatic arming/disarming
program, you need to define the following parameters: Partition, Arming Mode
(Away/Stay), Time, and Label.
Arm /Disarm from your Wireless Keyfob
The system can be armed using a wireless keyfob (If equipped with a wireless module
expansion). For detailed information regarding the keyfob operation consult with your
installer .
Full Arm
Press.
Disarm
Press the  button. All partitions assigned to
the button will be disarmed
Stay Arm
Press  button or button 4 (if defined)
Partition
Arm
Press  button or button 4 (if defined)
Remote Arm/Disarm Using SMS
If your LightSYS is equipped with GSM/GPRS module you can perform the
arming/disarming operations using SMS commands. For more information refer to your
installer. For a full list of SMS operations, refer to Appendix D – SMS Operation.
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Full Arm
[Code][A], example, 1234A
Full Disarm
[Code][D], example, 1234D
Stay Arm
[Code][H], example, 1234H
Partition Arm
[Code][A] [Partition No.] examples:
To arm partitions 1: 1234A1
To arm partitions 1 and 2: 1234A12
Partition Disarm
[Code][D] [Partition No.] Example
1234D1
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Remote Arm/Disarm Using a Phone
If your LightSYS is equipped with the voice module you can perform arming/disarming
operations and operate the system from a remote touch‐tone phone by initiating a
telephone call to or from the system and interacting with voice menus that guide you
through your required remote operation. For detailed information refer to the 5IN1545
LightSYS Voice Module Instructions.
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Emergency Alarms
Your keypad provides three sets of emergency keys, which can be pressed whenever the
police, fire department, or auxiliary assistance is required.
Police Emergency
Pressing
simultaneously, and for at least
two seconds, activates a police emergency alarm (panic
alarm).
Fire Emergency
Pressing
simultaneously, and for at least
two seconds, activates a fire emergency alarm.
Auxiliary Emergency
Pressing
simultaneously, and for at least
two seconds, activates an auxiliary emergency alarm.
The resulting annunciation, along with other system sounds is configurable. If your system
has been programmed to do so, it will communicate any or all of these alarms to the
station monitoring your installation. System programming also determines whether these
emergency alarms are audible and/or capable of being communicated to the monitoring
station.
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Chapter 3 User Functions and Settings
Your LightSYS comes with a variety of selectable user functions that become available
when you enter the User Functions mode. This chapter describes in detail the most frequent
user functions and also lists the complete menu of user functions.
To enter the User Functions mode, press
and enter your code followed by
.
To exit the User Functions mode and return to Normal Operation mode, press
quickly.
When using the keypad during the programming mode use the following table to
familiarize yourself with the functionality of the keys:
Function
Sequence
Exits from the current menu
Terminates commands and confirms data to be stored
Used to browse through the menu; Scrolls up a list or moves the cursor
Changes data
Numerical keys are used to input the numeric codes that may be
required for arming, disarming, or used to activate specific functions
User Codes
To perform many of the LightSYS functions, a security code (often called a user code)
must be input. LightSYS can support up to 16 different user codes. User codes may have
variable lengths of up to six digits.
Each individual using the system is assigned a user code, which, in turn, is linked to an
authority level. Those with a "higher authority" have access to a greater number of system
functions, while those with a "lower authority" are more restricted in what they may do.
LightSYS supports up to nine authority levels.
Notes:
Consult with your installer to configure authority levels.
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Authority Levels
Level
Description
GRAND
MASTER
All operations for all partitions. There is only one grand master
code in the system, and it is designated as user index number 00.
This code can be changed by the installer or the grand master.
Notes:
Your LightSYS was given a grand master code of 1-2-3-4 during
manufacturing. RISCO advises that you modify this code to one
that is unique and personalized as herein described, unless your
alarm company has already done so.
MASTER
All operations but only for designated partitions. The user holding
the master code can change the master code and the codes of all
authority levels lower than master. LightSYS supports an unlimited
numbers of master codes.
USER
Only basic operations for one or more partitions.
DURESS
Like USER except that when disarming the system a duress alarm
message is sent to the monitoring station.
ARM ONLY
Arming one or more partitions. Arm only codes are useful for
workers who arrive when the premises are already open but,
because they are the last to leave, are given the responsibility to
close and secure the premises at the day’s close.
CLEANER
Used only for one-time arming and disarming, after which the code
is automatically erased and should be redefined. This code is
typically used residentially for maids, home attendants, and
repairmen who must enter the premises before the owner(s) arrive.
UNBYPASS
Basic operations to one or more partitions without the ability to
bypass zones.
GUARD
Typically used to enable a guard to disarm the system for a
predefined amount of time. After this period, the system is
automatically armed again.
UO ONLY
Typically used to enable the operation of a device controlled by a
utility output (UO) (for example, a door). These codes are used
only to operate a utility output.
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Setting / Changing User Codes
The user assigned the grand master authority level can change all user codes but cannot
view the digits in the user code fields. Users with other authority levels can only change
their own codes. The system must be disarmed in order to set or change user codes.
To set/change a user code:
1.
Press
and enter your code followed by
.
2.
Using the arrow keys, scroll to the option Codes/Tags and press
3.
Scroll to Define and press
4.
Select the user index number and press
5.
Select Edit Code and press
.
.
.
.
Note:
In the LightSYS system, the User Index number range is from 00 to 15.
(00=Grand master)
6.
Enter the new code followed by
.
If successful, a single confirmation beep is sounded; if not, three quick error beeps are
sounded
7.
Repeat the above steps for additional codes until you have completed your list
Deleting User Codes
At times, you may want to completely delete a user code. Note that it is impossible to
delete the grand master code (although it can be changed).
The system must be disarmed in order to delete user codes.
To delete a user code:
1.
Follow steps 1-4 of the previous procedure (See Setting/Changing User Codes)
2.
3.
Scroll the menu to the option Delete and press
.
If successful, a single confirmation beep is sounded; if not, three quick error beeps are
sounded.
Repeat the above steps for deleting additional codes.
4.
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User Code Labels
You can rename the labels that identify users by changing the default labels (User 1, User
2, and so on) to the names of the users themselves.
To enter a user label:
1.
Follow steps 1-4 of the previous procedure (See Setting/Changing User Codes)
2.
Scroll to Edit Label. Press
3.
Use the keys on the keypad to produce characters according to the table below.
Pressing a particular key toggles between the characters available for that key:
Key
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Data Sequence
1 . , ' ?
2 a b c A
3 d e f D
4 g h i G
5 j k l J
6 m n o M
7 p q r s
8 t u v T
9 w x y z
0
.
!
B
E
H
K
N
P
U
W
"
C
F
I
L
O
Q
V
X
–
(
R
S
Y
Z
)
@
/
:
_
+
&
*
Use these keys to toggle forwards and backwards through all the
available characters.
Proximity Tags
The proximity keypad enables you to use a proximity tag to arm and disarm the security
system or to activate and deactivate home appliances and utilities, such as heating and
lights.
Notes:

Users can define or delete their individual proximity tags. The
grand master can define or delete any user's tag.

Each proximity tag can be assigned to only one user.
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Adding a New Proximity Tag
You can add a new proximity tag for each user in the system, as required.
To add a new proximity tag:
1.
Press
and enter your code followed by
.
2.
Using the arrow keys, scroll to the option Codes/Tags and press
3.
Scroll to Define and press
4.
Select the user to which you want to assign the proximity tag and press
proximity tag can be assigned to only one user.
.
.
. Each
Note:
A display of (****) indicates that a user has already been assigned to a specific
proximity tag.
5.
Scroll to (Re)write Tag. Press
.
Within 10 seconds, approach the proximity tag at a distance of 4 cm. from the front of
the keypad bottom. The keypad automatically reads the proximity tag and saves it
into the system's memory.
Once the proximity tag has been successfully recorded, a long confirmation beep
sounds, and a confirmation message is displayed.
If the proximity tag is already stored in the system's memory, the following message
is displayed:
USER TAG ALREADY IN MEMORY
Notes:

Once a proximity tag is recognized, it will be functional from all keypads.

The programmed proximity tag has the same permissions that are defined
for the specified user code.

If a user is defined as having the Cleaner security level, then the proximity
tag can operate only if a security code was previously defined for that user.
Deleting a Proximity Tag
Deleting proximity tags can be performed in either of two manners:
By user number: Use this option to delete a tag for which the user is known
By tag: Use this option to delete a tag for which the user is not known
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To delete a proximity tag by user serial number:
1.
Follow steps 1-4 of the previous procedure (See Adding a new proximity Tag)
2.
Scroll to Delete Tag and press
Delete, Are you sure?
3.
Toggle Y or N by using the
key and then pressing
following confirmation message is displayed:
USER XX: TAG DELETED
. The following question appears:
. If you select Y, the
To delete a proximity tag by user tag:
1.
Press
and enter your code followed by
.
2.
Using the arrow keys, scroll to the option Codes/Tags and press
3.
Scroll to Del By Tag and press
4.
Within 10 seconds, approach the proximity tag at a distance of 4 cm. from the front of
the keypad bottom. If the proximity tag was deleted, the following confirmation
message is displayed: USER TAG XX DELETED.
If the system does not recognize the proximity tag, the following message is
displayed: TAG NOT DEFINED IN MEMORY.
.
.
Setting and Changing System Time and Date
The correct time and date must be set to ensure proper operation of LightSYS.
To set/change the system time:
1.
Press
and enter grand master code followed by
2.
Using the arrow keys, scroll to the option Clock and press
3.
The display will show Time and Date. Press
4.
Enter the correct time in 24-hour format and date. For entering the date use the
keys to move the cursor and the
5.
Press
/
to save your settings.
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.
.
key to toggle among the choices.
User Functions and Settings
Setting Follow Me Destinations
In the case of an alarm or event, the system can initiate a phone call to a designated
telephone, send an SMS/email and employ unique tones or messages to express the active
event. Consult your installer for configuring event reporting to a Follow Me destination.
To enter/edit a Follow Me destination:
1.
Press
and enter your code followed by
2.
Using the arrow keys, scroll to the option Follow Me and press
3.
Select the Follow Me index number you want to define and press
4.
The display will show Destination. Press
5.
Enter the phone number, including the area code (if required) or email address. To
enter an email address, use the
and use the
address.
and
and
.
.
.
keys to obtain the required characters
keys to move to the required character position in the
Note
If required, when defining a telephone number (maximum 32 digits), include the
special functions described below to achieve the related effect. You can press the
or
keys to toggle to the required character.
Function
Sequence
Results
Stop dialing and wait for a new dial tone
1
W
Wait a fixed period before continuing.
2
,
Switch from Pulse to Tone (or from Tone to Pulse).
3
C
Send the DTMF  character.
7

#
Send the DTMF # character
[*] 
simultaneously
Delete numbers from the cursor position
When done with your complete entry, press
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Bypassing zones
When an intrusion zone is not secured, the keypad's Ready/
icon will not light, nor can
the system be readily armed. Bypassing a zone enables you to arm a partition even if a
zone within that partition is open (not secured).
You may want to bypass a zone when access is needed to one zone in an otherwise
protected area, or to cause the system to temporarily circumvent a zone containing
damaged wiring until repairs can be made.
Warning:
A bypassed zone may reduce the system's security capability.
To view Not Ready zones:
Before performing the following procedure, identify the violated zone(s) as follows:
1.
Enter your user code followed by
2.
Scroll down with the
key to view all "not ready" zones. The LCD only displays
"not ready" zones that belong to the user code that was entered.
To change a zone's bypass status:
1.
Press
and enter your code followed by
.
2.
Scroll to Activities and press
3.
Select Bypass and press
4.
Select Zones and press
5.
For bypassing a zone only for the next system arming select One Time Only. If you
want to bypass the zone permanently select Permanent Byp.
6.
Scroll down the list of zones and using
7.
To confirm press
.
.
.
to select the zones to be bypassed.
.
Notes:

You can access the one-time bypass option in a quick way by pressing
[Code][
].

Zones defined for One Time Only bypass are automatically un-bypassed
when the system is armed and then subsequently disarmed.

The
icon turns off when arming in away mode.
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Scheduling Weekly Programs
The LightSYS enables you to automate some system operations. Each program can be
defined with up to two time intervals per day, during which the system automatically
performs one of the following functions:

Automatic Arming/Disarming: This program automatically arms and disarms the
system during your required time intervals.

Automatic UO Activation: A UO (home appliance) activation program
automatically activates and deactivates UOs during your required intervals.

User Limitation: A user limitation program automatically prevents certain users
from disarming the system during specified time intervals.
Up to four scheduling programs can be defined. Use the table in Appendix C – Scheduling
Tables to define your date.
Automatic Arming/Disarming
1.
Press
and enter your code followed by
.
2.
Using the arrow keys, scroll to the option Clock and press
3.
Using the arrow keys, scroll to the Scheduler option and press
4.
Using the arrow keys, scroll to the Weekly option and press
5.
Select the Schedule program index number.
6.
Select Arm / Disarm and press
7.
Follow the LCD display messages that will guide you through the programming
procedure. When defining Arm/Disarm program, you need to define the following
parameters: Partition, Time Schedule, Arming mode, and Label
.
.
.
.
Notes:

When defining the Day/Time intervals for each day of the week you can
select 8 All to set the same time intervals for every day in the week.

Use
key to enter Y when requested. For example when defining a
partition that will be automatically armed and disarmed

Leave the time at 00:00 if you do not want to perform the automation
during the current interval for the current day
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Automated Output Operation
A UO (home appliance) activation program automatically activates and deactivates UOs
during your required intervals. In each program, you can define four UOs to operate
simultaneously. When defining a UO activation program, you need to define the
following parameters: UOs, Time Schedule, Vacation, and Label
1.
Repeat stages 1- 5 of the Arming/Disarming schedule programming procedure
2.
Select UO On/Off and press
3.
Follow the LCD display messages that will guide you through the programming
procedure.
.
Note:
The Vacation option for the UO scheduling program defines the way in which the
group of UOs are activated during a vacation:
N: During vacation, UOs are activated in the same way as defined in the time
windows of the week.
Y: UOs are activated during the vacation according to the time schedule defined in
the next step (vacation definition).
User Limitation Program
A user limitation program automatically prevents certain users from disarming the system
during specified time intervals. By default, all users of the system operate without this
limitation. When defining a user limitation program, you need to define the following
three parameters: Users, Time Schedule, and Label
1.
Repeat stages 1- 5 of the Arming/Disarming schedule programming procedure
2.
Select User Limit and press
3.
Follow the LCD display messages that will guide you through the programming
procedure
.
Quick Activation/Deactivation of a Weekly Program
1.
Press
and enter your code followed by
.
2.
Using the arrow keys, scroll to the option Clock and press
3.
Using the arrow keys, scroll to the Scheduler option and press
4.
5.
Using the arrow keys, scroll to the Schedule Enable option and press
Select the Schedule program index number.
6.
Use the
key to toggle activate /deactivate and press
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.
.
.
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Macro Keys
Programming Macro Keys
LightSYS enables the installer or grand master to record a series of keystrokes and assign
them to a macro. When the macro is pressed, the recorded commands are executed from
beginning to end. Up to four macros can be programmed to a system using the LightSYS
keypad or the LightSYS Configuration Software.
Notes:
 The default function for all function keys is group arming, as described
on page 16. If group setting is used, this option is not available.

Macros cannot be programmed to perform disarming commands.
Before programming a function key, it is recommended to note the keystroke sequence.
These keys will be entered in the form of characters in step 5 (below) of the procedure for
programming the macro key.
For example, to arm partitions 1 and 2 in a 3-partitioned system, you would press the
following keys in step 5: [Code]
This example requires the following sequence of characters: 1234r12r
To program a Macro:
1.
Press
and enter your code followed by
.
2.
Using the arrow keys, scroll to the option Macro and press
3.
Select a macro (A, B, C, or D) and press
4.
Press A (or the macro key you selected in step 3) for five seconds to start the recording
sequence
5.
Enter the sequence of characters according to the following table:
.
.
Character
Represents
0-9
The Numerical keys from 0 to 9.
A-D
The macro keys from A to D (obtained by depressing
the 1,2,3 or 5 key for five seconds).

#
a–d
The
key.
The
key.
r
s
Away (full) arm
Stay arm
Group A to D
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6.
When you have finished entering the series of characters, ensure that the cursor is
placed in the field after the last character in the series, and press A (or the function
key you selected in step 4) again. The series of characters is saved and assigned to the
selected function key
Activating a Macro
Press
/
respectively.
/
/
on the keypad for two seconds to activate the macro A/B/C/D
Parking Control with LightSYS Gate Control Keyfobs
If your system is equipped with wireless receiver it can support up to 200 keyfobs that can
be used for controlling two outputs for gate and parking control. These keyfobs are
additional to the keyfobs that can be used to control the security applications of the
system. Each keyfob had a dedicated button to support each output.
The Grand master or the installer can control the management of these keyfobs
Notes:
The following procedures are relevant only for stand-alone keyfobs. The keyfobs that
control the security system can be defined and programmed only by your installer.
Your installer must define the outputs and the way they will operate so you can perform
the following procedures.
Assign New Keyfob
1.
Press
and enter Grand Master code followed by
.
2.
Using the arrow keys, scroll to the option Stand Alone KF and press
3.
Select the receiver that you want to assign the keyfob to and press
4.
Using the arrow keys, scroll to the New Keyfob option and press
5.
Press the
6.
Press the keyfob key for 3 seconds.
7.
Repeat step 6 for additional keyfobs. When finished press
mode.
.
.
.
key to start the keyfob registration mode.
to exit registration
Delete a keyfob
1.
Follow steps 1-3 of the previous procedure (See Assign New Keyfob)
2.
Using the arrow keys, scroll to the Delete Keyfob option and press
3.
Press the
key to start the keyfob erase mode.
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4.
Press the keyfob key for 3 seconds.
5.
Repeat above steps for additional keyfobs. When finished press
mode
to exit Erase
Delete All keyfobs
1.
Follow steps 1-3 of the previous procedure (See Assign New Keyfob)
2.
Using the arrow keys, scroll to the Delete All Keyfobs option and press
3.
Use the
key to toggle to Y and press
.
.
Change keyfob buttons that controls the outputs
By default, button 3 (small round key) of the keyfob controls output 1 and button 4 (egg
shape) controls output 2. This can be changed for all the keyfobs that are already assigned
to the wireless receiver.
1.
Follow steps 1-3 of the previous procedure (See Assign New Keyfob)
2.
Using the arrow keys, scroll to the UO Buttons option and press
3.
Use the
key to toggle to Y and press
and button 4 to button 2.
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Complete List of User Functions
This section lists the complete menu of user functions.
The following table shows full Keypad Operations according to users.
√ : User is able to perform this function (GM=grand master or master, U=user, and
In.=installer)
– : User is unable to perform this function
Note:
Although these functions are in the User Functions menu, you can ask your installer to
program some of them for you
Operation
GM U
In.
Activities
Bypass
√
√
-
√
√
-
Zones: Provides the ability to bypass any of the system's intrusion
zones as described on page 32.
One Time only— Single bypass for the next arming.
Bypass Reset— Removes any bypass(es) previously
placed on an intrusion zone(s).
Bypass Recall— Recalls the most recent zone bypass(es).
Permanent Bypass: Bypasses (and reset bypassing) any of
the system's intrusion zones permanently. This feature is
different from regular zone bypassing. While in regular
bypassing, the zone returns to be Not Bypassed after it is
armed, in permanent bypass the zone remains bypassed
until its status is changed.
Tamper bypass: Provides the ability to bypass bell or box tamper
conditions. If Bypass Tamper is selected and a tamper
condition occurs, the tamper LCD icon ( ) will light,
there will be no alarm, no indication to the Monitoring
Station and no record in the event log.
Note that this feature should be enabled by your installer.
Outputs
Allows user control of previously designated external devices.
Consult with your installer as to which outputs can be activated. If
no outputs are defined, this option will not appear on the list.
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Operation
Keypad Sound
GM
U
In.
√
√
√
√
√
-
√
-
-
√
-
-
Chime
Keypad Chime—Allows to control (turning ON and OFF) of
the current keypad's internal sounder for any function
involving the Chime feature.
Partition Chime— Allows to control (turning ON and OFF)
of all keypad buzzers in the partition for any function
involving the Chime feature.
Buzzer On/Off: Used to control (Turning ON and OFF) the current
keypad's internal buzzer during both Entry and Exit
Delay time periods and all fire and burglar alarms.
Anti Code
Some systems (defined at the time of their installation) are not
ready to be reset after an alarm or tamper condition. To restore the
system to normal operation mode, an installer code or anti-code
must be entered. Entering the code supplied by the technician at
this location will restore the system to the normal operation mode.
Configure SW
Enable CS: Each time this function is enabled, your alarm
company may subsequently gain a single remote access to your
system to make any required programming changes.
CS connect (Initiate Call): Enables to establish communication
between your system and your alarm company to allow them to
perform a remote programming operation on your system using
the remote configuration software. Select the communication
method (IP or GPRS) as guided by your installer.
Prepaid SIM
Check Credit: Use this function to receive information by SMS or
voice of the credit level in your prepaid SIM card. For more
information consult your installer.
Reset SIM: After charging a prepaid SIM card, the user has to
reset the SIM expire time manually. The time period duration for
expiration is defined by your installer.
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Operation
GM
U
In.
√
-
√
√
-
√
√
-
-
√
-
√
User call: Use this function to receive the SIM credit level using
the voice channel. Upon accessing this option, a dial tone is
received and the LightSYS keypad functions as a GSM telephone.
You can dial and listen to messages as with a regular telephone.
To end the call press the
key.
Notes:

The outgoing call will always be executed through the GSM
channel.

Talking is not optional during the call.

This option can be used to get any provider information.

The call can be established to any phone number
Advanced
Switch AUX: Interrupts the power supplied to the system's
smoke detector(s) for a predetermined interval, thus resetting and
"readying" them for subsequent alarms
Overload restore: Use this option to restore overloading of the
system’s switched power supply. If the overload condition is still
present, disconnect all loads from AUX.
Follow Me
Define
Destination: Used to define (up-to-16) Follow Me destinations
according to its type: Voice message, SMS or E-mail. For more
information refer to page 31.
Label: Identifying labels for the Follow Me destination. Enter the
labels according to the instruction defined for user label on page
28
Terminate Follow Me
If Follow Me destination(s) were chosen, their operation can be
terminated. Use this function when an alarm has been tripped and
there is no need to utilize the Follow Me feature.
Test Follow Me
Used to test Follow Me reporting.
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Operation
GM
U
In.
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
-
√
View
Trouble
Should be used when the system has detected a problem, which is
evidenced by the rapid flashing of the
on page 9.
power icon, as described
Alarm Memory
Displays the five most recent alarm conditions stored by the
system.
Partition Status
Displays the partitions' status, the troubles in the system and all
“not ready” zones.
Pressing on the
key from the normal operation mode
displays the status of the partition to which the keypad is
assigned. Pressing the sequence [CODE]
from the normal
operation mode displays the status of all the partitions assigned to the
user code.
Zone Status
Allows the display of all system zones and their current status.
Service Info
Allows the display of any previously entered service information
and the system version
IP Address
Use this option to view the IP address of the LightSYS. This option
is available only if IP module is defined in the system
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User Functions and Settings
Operation
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Codes/Tags
Define
Codes:
Edit Code— Use this menu to edit user codes in the system.
For detailed information refer to page 29.
Erase Code — Use this menu to delete user codes in the system
Proximity Tag:
(Re)write Tag— Assigns user codes to proximity tags. For
detailed information refer to page
Delete Tag— Deletes a proximity tag of the selected user.
Edit Label — Assigns labels to users (16 characters long). These
labels are presented in the event log.
Delete By Tag
Use this option to delete a proximity tag when the user of the tag
is unknown.
Clock
Time & Date
Allows the setting of the system time and dates, as described on
page 30. This definition is required for setting the scheduler
programming in the system.
Scheduler
Weekly — Enables you to define up to four weekly programs with
up to two time intervals per day, during which the system
automatically arms/disarms, activates utility output , or prevents
users from disarming.
One Time — Enables a one time operation of automatic
Arm/Disarm of the system at a specific time within the next
24 hours.
Schedule Enable — Enables to activate or deactivate predefined
schedules.
Vacation
Enables defining up to 20 holiday periods and the partitions that
will be set automatically during the holiday.
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Event Log
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Allows the viewing of significant system events including date
and time.
Notes:
The events memory cannot be erased.
To skip 10 event at a time backward or forward use the
and
keys consecutively.
Maintenance
Walk test
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Enables to easily test and evaluate the operation of selected zones
in your system. Walk test is set for up to 60 minutes. During the
last five minutes of walk test mode, the keypad used to perform
the walk test will indicate that the walk test period is about to end.
Full walk test — The test displays the detected zones and type of
detection.
Quick walk test —The test displays the undetected zones.
Keypad test
Momentarily tests the keypad indicators.
Siren test
Activates the squawk sound in the selected siren.
Macro
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LightSYS enables the installer or GM to record a series of
commands and assign them to a macro. For more information,
refer to section page 34.
Stand Alone Keyfobs
LightSYS enables the installer or GM to assign up to 200 keyfobs
that can be used for gate control. For addition information refer to
page 36.
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Appendix A – System Troubles
The following table lists possible trouble conditions, their descriptions, and recommended
responses.
Trouble
Description
Response
Low Battery
The capacity of the battery is low or
missing and needs to be recharged or
replaced. Replace rechargeable
batteries according to the battery
manufacturer.
Contact your dealer.
Loss of AC Power
The commercial power has been
interrupted; the system will continue
to operate on its standby battery as
long as possible. Loss of AC Power
will be displayed on the LCD.
Check the connection of the
panel's transformer to its AC
source. Be sure that power has
not been interrupted or
switched off.
Auxiliary Failure
The auxiliary power, used to supply
electric current to designated devices
(e.g. motion detectors, keypads, and
smoke detectors), has failed (either
form panel or the optional
power supply module(s)) .
Contact your dealer.
False Code
Trouble
If enabled by your dealer, your system
will report a false code as a trouble.
Once the trouble has been
displayed (LCD keypad only),
it will automatically be
removed from the system.
Phone Line
Failure
The telephone line used for
monitoring station communication is
either disconnected or inoperative.
If all premises telephones are
operating properly, contact
your security dealer.
Bus Failure
A fault has been detected in the wiring
supporting system peripherals. The
trouble indicates the device with the
communication trouble.
Contact your dealer.
Clock Not Set
The system's clock has lost track of the
time and/or date.
Set the system's time and date.
Bell Trouble
Trouble has been detected in a bell
connected to the main panel or to the
power supply expander.
Contact your dealer.
Day Zone Trouble
A zone designated as a DAY ZONE
has been faulted during the disarm
period.
Check the integrity of the
indicated zone.
Appendix B – Glossary
[Terms and Definitions] Understanding the following terms will help you to better
manage and operate your system.
Authority Level: Each individual using the system is assigned a user code, which,
in turn, is linked to an authority level. Those with a "higher authority" have
access to a greater number of system functions, while those with a "lower
authority" are more restricted in what they may do. There are nine different
authority levels available for users of the LightSYS, as described on page 25.
Chime: The chime is a series of three short keypad tones, which can be set up to
annunciate, during the disarmed period, the violation of selected intrusion
zone(s). For example, the chime tone can be used to annunciate the arrival of a
customer each time the front door opens. The chime can be disabled or enabled
at your discretion.
Configuration Software : Software used by the installer for programming the
LightSYS and by the user for operating the system and viewing system status.
Event Log: A list of system events can be displayed on an LCD keypad or uploaded
to the monitoring station via the configuration software and printed for further
analysis.
Exit/Entry Delay: Your security system must incorporate an entry/exit delay to
allow proper entry and exit to and from the premises without causing
inadvertent alarms.
Follow-Me Destinations: In addition to the standard event reporting to the
monitoring station, the system can send event messages to a designated system
user's telephone/email.
Group: A number of zones gathered as one unit to allow partial arming. Each zone
can be assigned to any one (or a combination) of four groups (A, B, C or D).
Each partition can be divided into a maximum of four groups.
Keyswitch: Your system may also be equipped with a keyswitch, which is useful for
simple arming and disarming operations (usually at a remote location).
Monitoring Station: Your system is set up to report alarms to a monitoring station,
which is a facility that continually monitors the activities of many security
systems (usually via the telephone network) and dispatches the proper
authorities.
Partition: One of the LightSYS advantages is its ability to divide any system into a
number of partitions. You can think of each partition as a separate security
system that can be armed and disarmed individually.
Proximity: A technology that enables a keypad to sense when a proximity key tag is
near it. This provides an easy and user-friendly way to arm or disarm the
security system.
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Tamper: A device that prevents system hardware from being tampered with by
triggering an alarm whenever a hardware component is opened.
Trouble Reporting: If required, your security system may also report to the
monitoring station any troubles or malfunctions it senses, so that a service call
can be made.
User Code: Up to a four-digit or six-digit code that is used to perform many of the
LightSYS functions.
Utility Output (UO): A household appliance. In addition to your system's normal
operation, it is possible to place a household appliance or premises lighting
under the control of the LightSYS where it can be conveniently turned on and
off automatically, or by user command from any system keypad.
Weekly Schedules: Through the use of the system's built-in clock, it is possible to
schedule automatic operations such as arming and disarming, UO activation,
and user limitation.
Zone: A single detector, or collection of detectors, usually relating to a certain area
of the premises or type of protection. Zones that use devices designed to detect
break-ins are called intrusion zones. Another kind of zone may contain one or
more smoke detectors. Such zones are called fire zones. An environmental zone
typically protects the premises from gas leaks and/or flooding.
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Appendix C – Scheduling Tables
Use the following table to define each of the weekly schedules.
Weekly Schedule: _________
Schedule Name: __________
Schedule Type
Parameter Definitions
Partition
Arm / Disarm
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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Arm Mode:
 Arm
 Home
 Group
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Utility Output
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Select Group:
A
B
C
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1st UO No:_________
3rd UO No:_________
2nd UO No:________
4th UO No:_________
Note: For the UO weekly schedule, you can
define a separate time definition during
vacation.
User #
Name
User #
Name
User Access
Authorization
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Note: You can choose any user in the system.
Day
Start Time
1 HH:MM
Stop Time 1
HH:MM
Start Time
2 HH:MM
Stop Time 2
HH:MM
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
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Appendix D – SMS Operation
The LightSYS enables you to perform remote control operations using simple SMS
commands. The following section describes the SMS commands and the response of the
system to these commands.
Note: This application is available only if a GSM/GPRS module is installed in your system.
Operation
Full Away Arm
SMS Message Structure
[Code] A
Example
1234A
Home Arm
[Code] H
1234H
Group Arm
[Code][G][Select a one Group
A/B/C/D])
1234GA
Full disarm
[Code] D
1234D
Arm by partition
[Code] A [Partition No.]
1234A1
Home Partition
Arm
[Code] H [Partition No.]
1234H1
Group Arm by
Partition
[Code] G [Select one Group A/B/C/D]
[Select partitions]
Disarm by Partition
[Code] D [Partition No.]
1234D1
Bypass a zone
[Code] B [zone number]
1234B05
Un-bypass a zone
[Code] UB [zone No.]
1234UB05
Activate Output
[Code] UOON [UO No.]
1234UOON1
Deactivate Output
[Code] UOOFF [UO No.]
1234UOOFF1
Change FM
number
[Code] FMPHONE [FM serial number]
NEW [New Phone No.)
1234FMPHONE 3
NEW0529692345
Get system status
[Code] ST
1234ST
Get last alarm
[Code] AL
1234AL
Get SIM credit level
(for prepaid cards)
[Code] CR
1234CR
Notes: SMS commands are not case sensitive (they can contain both capital, small or mixed letters).
A separator between command words is not required, although it is accepted.
SMS Confirmation Message
A confirmation message following a SMS operation is sent to the user, upon request, by
adding the letters “RP” at the end of the SMS messages listed below.
Example:
1234 A RP - A confirmation message following an arming operation is sent to the user.
Confirmation or Fail operation messages can be assigned to the actions of arming,
disarming, bypassing, activating outputs or changing follow me definitions.
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Appendix E – System Testing and Maintenance
The LightSYS should be tested once a week. In addition, the system should be
checked by a qualified technician at least every 3 years. Your weekly test should
include:
 System arming
 System disarming
 Creating an alarm
 Testing the zones in the system through a Walk Test, allowing you to open and
then close each protected door and window while listening for the keypad to beep
confirming its operation
To perform a Walk Test:
1.
Make sure the system is disarmed.
2.
Press
3.
Using the arrow keys, scroll to the option Maintenance and press
4.
Select Walk Test and press
5.
Select Full Walk test and press
6.
A beep is heard and the following display appears:
MAKE WALK TEST
AND HIT ANY KEY
Walk throughout the protected area and make sure you test every zone in the
system. You have 60 minutes to perform the test.
7.
When done, press any key. A list of the tripped zones during the walk test
appears. Use the arrow keypad's keys to scroll through the list of the zones
logged during the test
8.
Press
and enter your code followed by
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to confirm and exit the walk test mode.
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Important Notice
This guide is delivered subject to the following conditions and restrictions:
This guide contains proprietary information belonging to RISCO Group. Such
information is supplied solely for the purpose of assisting explicitly and properly
authorized users of the system.
No part of its contents may be used for any other purpose, disclosed to any person
or firm, or reproduced by any means, electronic or mechanical, without the express
prior written permission of RISCO Group.
The information contained herein is for the purpose of illustration and reference
only.
Information in this document is subject to change without notice.
Corporate and individual names and data used in examples herein belong to their
respective owners
RISCO Group Limited Warranty
RISCO Group and its subsidiaries and affiliates ("Seller") warrants its products to be free from defects
in materials and workmanship under normal use for 24 months from the date of production. Because
Seller does not install or connect the product and because the product may be used in conjunction with
products not manufactured by the Seller, Seller cannot guarantee the performance of the security
system which uses this product. Seller's obligation and liability under this warranty is expressly
limited to repairing and replacing, at Seller's option, within a reasonable time after the date of delivery,
any product not meeting the specifications. Seller makes no other warranty, expressed or implied, and
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Seller does not represent that its product may not be compromised or circumvented; that the product
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Buyer understands that a properly installed and maintained alarm may only reduce the risk of
burglary, robbery or fire without warning, but is not insurance or a guaranty that such event will not
occur or that there will be no personal injury or property loss as a result thereof.
Consequently seller shall have no liability for any personal injury, property damage or loss based on a
claim that the product fails to give warning. However, if seller is held liable, whether directly or
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or origin, seller's maximum liability shall not exceed the purchase price of the product, which shall be
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WARNING: This product should be tested at least once a week.
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