Difference between revisions of "ISY-99i Series INSTEON"

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'''Migration from ISY-26'''
 
'''Migration from ISY-26'''
 
# Locate a working ISY-26 backup file
 
# Locate a working ISY-26 backup file
# Login to Administrative Console and choose File->Restore ISY
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# Login to the 99i Administrative Console and choose File->Restore ISY
 
# Choose the backup file identified in the first step
 
# Choose the backup file identified in the first step
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'''NOTE:''' the reverse function '''cannot''' cannot be performed, i.e., a backup file from a 99i '''cannot''' be restored onto an ISY-26.
  
  

Revision as of 02:13, 3 January 2008

The ISY-99i Series have the same capabilities as 26 series but with the following additions:

  • Optional IR (input only) support - Any RC5/Philips/Universal Remote
  • Optional Support for 1024 device/scene combinations (PRO package)
  • Optional Support for a lot more Programs
  • Does not require an external Power Supply - it's powered through the PLM


Isy99new.jpg


Documentation

Unless listed in this section, the documentation for 99i is the same as ISY-26 Insteon.

Migration from ISY-26

  1. Locate a working ISY-26 backup file
  2. Login to the 99i Administrative Console and choose File->Restore ISY
  3. Choose the backup file identified in the first step

NOTE: the reverse function cannot cannot be performed, i.e., a backup file from a 99i cannot be restored onto an ISY-26.


Reboot

  1. Use a sharp object to push in the Reset Button (on the front panel)


Reset Userid/Password to admin/admin

  1. Use a sharp object to push in the Reset Button till the RX, TX, Mem, Error lights start blinking (every second)
  2. Hold for 5 seconds till the RX, TX, Mem, Error lights turn on/off consecutively (RX -> Tx -> Mem -> Error)
  3. Release


Factory Reset

  1. Use a sharp object to push in the Reset Button till the RX, TX, Mem, Error lights start blinking (every second)
  2. Hold for about 10 seconds until all of the the RX, TX, Mem, Error lights turn off and Mem light starts flashing really quickly
  3. Release and wait for system reboot (reboot is complete when Mem light stops flashing)

Tutorials


References