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Risco LightSYSTM2 - Won't Install -Showing Stars

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a few years back my brother installed a Risco lightsys system for me , it all worked fine no problems. He didn't have time to install the IP module so a while back I tried to install it but it wouldn't work (probably some setting or other) so i just removed it from the main board.

I then did a factory reset from the panel (don't ask me why it seemed like a good idea at the time) ever since then I have had the same issue where I cannot get into the start menu to do anything with the panel (see images) all i see are stars. Now these normally appear for a split second but it goes into the set up menu , now its just stuck there , i posted this on another forum but despite all the great help nothing seemed to work.

I have removed all other wires and just wired up a single keypad and i have tried every dip switch combo to try to pick up the keypad address but to no success.

The only other symptom I notice is that when i power up the system the LED1 (status) light goes green then it just blinks slightly but never stays solid green.

I appreciate any help or pointers I can get .  

 

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looks like it is asking you to maybe install (address) the keypad (not done much on this panel but the CPX / 595 & 600 there is an option to address them)

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7 hours ago, aissecur said:

looks like it is asking you to maybe install (address) the keypad (not done much on this panel but the CPX / 595 & 600 there is an option to address them)

They discontinued this keypad?

 

Probably default ed keypad not the panel?

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16 hours ago, newtoalarms said:

 

 

alarm-2.jpeg

 

"Oh my god, it's full of stars...."

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Edited by HAL

So, I've decided to take my work back underground.... to stop it falling into the wrong hands

 

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For a modest fee

17 hours ago, newtoalarms said:

I appreciate any help or pointers I can get . 

 

power it down & buy a dog,

 

should the dog bite you, it will still be less painful than working with that alarm....

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Risco lightsys. i think that programming a pyronix paragon is easier 

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