Getting Started | Polisy


Start @your fingertips … 

Thanks so very much for choosing our new shiny Polisy as a your automation companion. Polisy is a sophisticated, polished, and refined product overflowing with power. Although everything should work out of the box,  some level of technical prowess might be necessary. If at any point you run into problems that you cannot overcome, please do not hesitate to contact us.



Installation is quite easy
– Connect one of the included Cat5e cable to Polisy’s Network Port and to your network hub. You must use the port that’s closest to the right most edge of Polisy when the front of Polisy is facing you. Note: the network must initially be DHCP enabled
– If you have the PRO version, attach the included antennas to the back of the unit
– Connect the power supply

Note: once Polisy is up and running, it will automatically look for your ISY on the network. As such, it’s best to make sure your Polisy and your ISY are on the same network. Also, please makes sure your ISY firmware is 5.3+.

Initial Sequence

Please be patient! Upon the first boot, Polisy will go through an initial sequence of lights and sounds while it prepares itself for you:
– All three lights on the front light up when powered on
– After a few seconds, only the left most stays lit for up to a minute
– All three lights start blinking and a beeping sequence starts
– The beeping stops within 25 seconds. If beeping does not stop, make sure the network cable is connected to the correct jack on Polisy and that your network is DHCP enabled
– Everything is operational once only the left most light is lit

Accessing Polisy

If you have a modern router, Polisy advertises itself as polisy on your network. As such, and in most cases, simply open your browser to https://polisy

You will be prompted with a security warning by your browser because polisy uses a self-signed certificate. Please ignore the warning. 

You will be presented with the login screen. The default username is admin and default password is admin

And that’s it! And, since we are always improving Polisy, the first thing you should do is to check for updates (it’s always good to reboot after each update):



If you are having a hard time finding your Polisy using https://polisy, it’s best to check your router’s DHCP client list and look for a device that has the same MAC address as the one the label at the bottom of your Polisy. Polisy’s MAC address starts with 00:0d:b9.


Guides and documentation


Online Documentation

Our Wiki contains the most up-to-date and comprehensive information about Polisy. Additional features and enhancements are published on a regular basis.




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