Merlin Powerlift Installation guide

®
3000
installation guide
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contents
what is included . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
transmitter configurations . . . . . .3
transmitter functions . . . . . . . . . .4
standard configuration for
in-key 2-button transmitter . . . .4
standard configuration for
3-button transmitter . . . . . . . . .4
installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
control module . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
protection switch . . . . . . . . . . .6
LED status indicator . . . . . . . . .7
valet switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
primary harness wire
connection guide . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
primary harness wiring diagram 9
primary harness wiring guide .10
in-key 2-button transmitter—
key blade installation . . . . . . . . .14
tilt sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
arming/disarming diagnostics . .16
arming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
disarming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
to enter Valet mode . . . . . . . .18
to exit Valet mode . . . . . . . . .18
system features programming . .19
programming instructions . . . .19
user selectable features . . . . . .21
user selectable features
descriptions - column one . . . .21
user selectable features
descriptions - column two . . . .22
user selectable features
descriptions - column three . . .23
installer selectable features . . .24
installer selectable features
descriptions - column one . . . .25
installer selectable features
descriptions - column two . . . .26
installer selectable features
descriptions - column three . . .26
programming notes . . . . . . . .27
rapid resume logic . . . . . . . . . . .29
remote control sensor disable . .29
adjusting the tilt sensor . . . . . . .29
system status chirps . . . . . . . . . .16
auto-immobilization feature . . .29
auto-immobilization sequence 29
high security disarm . . . . . . . . . .17
troubleshooting and
long term event history . . . . . . .17
system testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
table of zones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
wiring quick reference guide . . .33
valet mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
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what is included
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One control module/siren, with
built-in Tilt sensor and
24-pin main wiring harness
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One 3-button transmitter
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One hardware pack
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Two Merlin decals
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One Mini-Blue status LED
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One Owner’s Guide
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One 2-button coded Valet switch
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Warranty Card
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One in-key 2-button transmitter
transmitter configurations
The Merlin 3000 system comes provided with an in-key 2-button remote control
(replacement p/n–482T) and a 3-button remote control (replacement p/n–473B). Two
additional remote controls can be added.
IN-KEY 2-BUTTON REMOTE CONTROL
FRONT
REAR
LED
BUTTON 2
BUTTON 1
3-BUTTON REMOTE CONTROL
LED
BUTTON 1
BUTTON 3
BUTTON 2
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transmitter functions
This system uses computer-based code learning to learn the transmitter buttons. This
makes it possible to assign any transmitter button to any system function. The transmitter initially comes programmed with standard configuration, but may also be customized by an authorized dealer. The buttons in all of the instructions in this manual
correspond to a standard configuration transmitter.
standard configuration for in-key 2-button transmitter
Button
The arming, disarming, and panic functions are controlled by this button.
Button
Controls auxiliary channel output.
and
Buttons
Disables the on-board control module tilt sensor and any optionally installed sensors.
standard configuration for 3-button transmitter
Button
The arming, disarming, and panic functions are controlled by this button.
Button
Controls auxiliary channel output.
Button
Silent arm and disarm is controlled by this button.
and
Buttons
Disables the on-board control module tilt sensor and any optionally installed sensors.
and
Buttons
Remotely enters or exits Valet.
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installation
control module
SIREN
MOUNTING RAIL
MOUNTING RAIL
SCREWS
(TO SECURE
HARNESS PLUG)
WIRING HARNESS
AND
HARNESS PLUG
IMPORTANT: The control unit must be installed as far away as possible from the engine.
Under no circumstances should the unit be installed close to hot or moving parts.
Before commencing with the installation, carefully plan the location of the main control unit and normally closed protection switch.
The control unit should be located in a protected position. Unauthorized access to the
control unit should cause the alarm to trigger. Care should also be taken to install the
unit where it is most protected from water ingress.
Secure the unit using the supplied hardware options Cable ties
Screws
Bolts, spacers and wellnuts
Securing the unit using the supplied wellnuts is the most preferable option as the rubber mounts will enable the unit to move slightly. This will put the unit under the least
stress from vibration.
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protection switch
RED (not used)
BLUE
BLACK
The long lever switch should be installed in a position that requires a part of the motorcycle to be removed to gain access to the control unit. Examples of this are fuel tank,
seat, side panel, etc. Once the security system is armed removing this part of the
motorcycle should trigger the alarm.
The switch's Black and Blue wires should be connected to the two Grey wires in the
main harness of the Merlin 3000 (H1 and H24). It does not matter which way round
the wires are connected. This circuit is closed when the alarm is armed which means
the alarm will sound if either wire is cut when the system is armed. If not used, the two
gray alarm wires must be connected together.
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LED status indicator
CONNECTOR
RED/BLUE
WIRE
HARNESS
LED
ASSEMBLY
1.
Select a prominent location on the motorcycle that is highly visible from all directions. Discuss placement with the owner.
2.
There are two mounting methods for the LED status indicator. Flush mounting in
a 4.5mm (no. 15 drill - 0.1800 in.) sized hole or surface mounting using the
supplied bezel (see assembly above).
3.
Verify there is adequate space to accommodate the LED and adequate routing
for the length of the LED wire harness.
4.
Clean and dry the surface area where the LED is to be mounted.
5.
For surface mounting remove the adhesive tape and press the LED assembly onto
the mounting area.
6.
Once mounted insert the LED red and blue wires into the male black connector
in the hardware pack. When connected to the LED female connector in the main
harness the wires should match up, red to red and blue to blue. Mate the BLACK
mini-connector from LED to the BLACK mini-connector with the RED and BLUE
wires coming from the control unit.
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valet switch
CONNECTOR
GREY/BLACK
WIRE
HARNESS
VALET
SWITCH
1.
The Valet/program switch needs to be placed in a position where the customer
has easy access for programming and override but where it will not get wet.
Examples are under the seat or inside a compartment the owner can get to.
Discuss placement of the switch with the vehicle owner and avoid placing the
switch where it can be pressed accidentally.
2.
If necessary check for rear clearance and then drill a 9/32–inch hole for mounting the switch.
3.
Clean and dry the surface area where the switch is to be mounted.
4.
Mount the switch using the supplied adhesive tape.
5.
Mate the switch’s BLACK connector to the BLACK connector with the GREY and
BLACK wires from the control unit.
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primary harness wire connection guide
primary harness wiring diagram
___ BLACK
[_ GREY
Ground for N/C input
H2
___ BLACK
Ground 2
H3
___ RED/WHITE
H4
___ ORANGE
H5
___ YELLOW/WHITE
H6
___ BLACK
H7
___ BLUE
H1
H8
H9
___ BLACK
[_ BLACK
___ GREY
H10 ___ RED
[_ RED
Ground 1
(-) Auxiliary Channel Output
(-) Armed Signal Output (GWA)
Aux Siren/Horn Output (-) Pulsed/Latched
Antenna
(-) LED Output
Valet Switch—Low Current Ground
MUX—Low Current Ground
Valet Switch Input
Low Current 12V—LED
Low Current 12V—MUX
H11 ___ BLUE
MUX 1 Data
H12 ___ GREEN
MUX 2 Data
H13 ___ BLACK
(+) 12V Input
H14 ___ WHITE
Indicator Output—Left
H15 ___ WHITE/RED
Indicator Input (+) or (-)
H16 ___ WHITE
Indicator Output—Right
H17 ___ YELLOW
Ignition Input (+) 12V
H18 ___ BLACK
Starter Switch Side
H19 ___ BLACK
Starter—Starter Side
H20 ___ BLACK
Immobilizer—Common
H21 ___ BLACK
Immobilizer—Normally Open
H22 ___ BLACK
Immobilizer—Normally Closed
H23 ___ BLUE
N/O-N/C Programmable Input
H24 ___ GREY
N/C Protection Switch Input
NOTE: The H1, H8, and H10 pins have two wires for each pin.
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The BLACK wires in the harness are identified with labels describing their function (see
table below). These labels are to be removed after installation.
Pin
1
2
13
18
19
20
21
22
Label Description
GROUND
GROUND
(+)12V Input
STARTER (Switch Side)
STARTER (Starter Side)
IMMOB (Common)
IMMOB (N/Open)
IMMOB (N/Closed)
primary harness wiring guide
This guide describes in detail the connection of each wire. Also included are possible applications of each wire. This system was designed with the ultimate in flexibility and security
in mind. Many of the wires have more than one possible function. Please read the instructions carefully to ensure a thorough understanding of this unit and how it operates.
h1 black and h2 black—ground
Connect the BLACK wires H1 and H2 to separate ground locations on the motorcycle
frame using a factory bolt that does NOT have any vehicle component grounds attached
to it. If drilling a hole for a ground, a screw should be used in conjunction with a twosided lock washer. It is also acceptable to splice into a factory ground wire(s).
NOTE: Do Not connect to the negative side of the motorcycle battery.
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h3 red/white auxiliary channel output
This wire produces a 200mA output when activated by the remote control and can be
used to operate a variety of accessories. This output can be programmed to different
types of output. Please see System Features Programming instructions
IMPORTANT! Never use this wire to drive anything but a relay or a low-current input!
The transistorized output can only supply 200 mA of current. Connecting directly to a
solenoid, motor, or other high-current device will cause it to fail.
h4 orange ground when armed
This wire provides a (-) ground output as long as the system is armed and will turn off
when the system is disarmed. This output can be used to control additional accessories
such as voice modules or pagers.
h5 yellow/white auxiliary horn output
This wire is a low current output (200mA) for an optional connection to the horn relay
to sound when the system has been triggered. It can be programmed to either pulse
or latch on when the alarm is triggered.
h6 black antenna
This wire is the antenna for the control module to receive commands from the transmitter. Do NOT cut this wire.
NOTE: The antenna wire should not be bundled with the other harness wires as this
will reduce the effective range of the transmitter. Keep the antenna wire as straight and
horizontal as possible. Also, keep the antenna wire as far away as possible from
metal.
h7 blue LED (-) output
This wire connects to the LED through the BLACK mini-connector, pin 2.
h8 black low current ground for Valet switch
This wire connects to the Valet switch through the BLACK mini-connector.
h8 black low current ground—MUX
This wire connects to optional sensor connections.
h9 grey Valet input
This wire connects to the Valet switch through the BLACK mini-connector.
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h10 red low current 12V—LED
This wire connects to the LED through the BLACK mini-connector, pin 1.
h10 red low current 12V—MUX
This wire connects to optional sensor connections.
h11 blue MUX 1 data
This wire connects to optional sensory data input (optional sensor 1). It will report on
zone 2.
h12 green MUX 2 data
This wire connects to optional sensory data input (optional sensor 2). It will report on
zone 3.
h13 black (+)12V input
Use the supplied fuse holder and a 5 amp fuse, and connect this wire to a permanent
power supply. The fuse should be accessible to the vehicle user.
NOTE: Do not connect this wire to the positive battery terminal.
h14 white indicator output left
Connect this wire to the left indicator light.
h15 white/red indicator input
Use the supplied fuse holder and 15 amp fuse, and connect this wire to 12 volt (+) for
positively switched indicators or ground for negatively switched indicators.
NOTE: A diode may need to be inserted in the motorcycle indicator relay supply if the
indicator circuit can feed back to the ignition on the bike. To test if a diode is required,
activate one of the direction indicators, turn ignition off and then arm the alarm. If the
alarm triggers the indicators are supplying 12 volts to the alarm ignition wire.
h16 white indicator output right
Connect this wire to the right indicator light.
NOTE: Current handling capacity for H14 and H16 Indicator circuits is 10 amps continuous each.
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h17 yellow ignition input (+)12 V
Connect this wire to any ignition wire on the motorcycle that remains positive while
the starter button is pressed. It will report on zone 6 if triggered when armed.
h18 black starter (switch side)
Connect this wire to the starter input side from the starter switch.
h19 black starter (starter side)
Connect this wire to the starter side.
h20 black immob (common)
h21 black immob (N/open)
h22 black immob (N/closed)
The engine immobilizer wires can be installed as a normally open or normally closed
circuit. The most common normally open circuits that can be used for immobilization
are fuel pump, side stand switch or kill switch, etc. Locate the wire you are going to
use, then cut it and make connections as described in the following diagram. Connect
H20 to the end of the wire that is still connected to the switch; connect H21 to the end
of the wire that is still connected to the load side of the circuit.
NOTE: H22 is only used for AC ignition circuits where the feed from the magneto to
the coil pack is grounded to prevent the engine from running.
NOTE: The current handling of the immobilization circuits is 20 amps continuous.
FUEL
PUMP
RELAY
MAGNETO
IGNITION
COIL
SWITCH
ALARM
N/O OPEN 87
ALARM
H21
N/O OPEN 87 (NOT USED)
N/C 87a (NOT USED)
H22
N/C 87a
H22
COMMON (30)
H20
COMMON (30)
H20
H21
h23 blue programmable (-) input
This input will respond to a negative input with an instant trigger. It is programmable
for normally open (ground to trigger) or normally closed (open circuit from ground to
trigger). Pannier switch, side stand switch, helmet hooks and accessories are some
examples of optional connection. It will report on zone 5. This wire also serves as a
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remote start shunt input when ground is applied during remote start and aux output
is programmed to remote start.
h1 and h24 grey twin bonded harness
Connect to the blue and black wires of the long lever protection switch. It will report
on zone 4.
optional sensor harness, MUX wires
red and black wires
These wires supply constant 12 volts and ground to the sensor.
blue and green wires, zone 2 zone 3
These wires are multiplex inputs. If a (-) input of less than 0.8 seconds is supplied to
either wire, the Warn Away® response will occur. This is indicated by 5 rapid chirps
from the siren. A (-) input of longer than 0.8 seconds to either wire will initiate the
triggered sequence and report Zone 2 or Zone 3.
BLUE WIRE FROM PLUG-IN
504C SHOCK SENSOR
BLUE WIRE
ZONE 2
GREEN WIRE
ZONE 3
X
CUT
X
GREEN WIRE FROM
PLUG-IN SHOCK SENSOR
BLUE AND GREEN WIRES FROM
508D DUAL ZONE PROX SENSOR
in-key 2-button transmitter—key blade installation
The exploded view below shows the assembly of the in-key 2-button transmitter. The
owner must provide a spare ignition key to be used. Use the following procedure:
1.
Measure the length of the key blade from the end of the key to the original plastic key housing. Add 9/32–inches to this measurement. That is how long the key
blade needs to be when cut as 9/32–inches of the blade will be inside the Inkey transmitter when the modification is completed. Make sure the cut is straight
and free from burrs. Use a grinder or file if required.
NOTE: Do not cut the key where the end of the blade meets the plastic or the key may
not be long enough to operate the ignition switch after modification.
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2.
For the key blade to fit properly it will need to be approximately 9/32–inches
wide for the plastic insert to fit. Drill a 1/8–inch hole through the center of the
key blade approximately 1/8–inch from the end.
3.
Secure the key blade to the bottom housing using the Phillips screw provided. Fit
the plastic insert shim over the top of the key blade and screw.
4.
Assemble the unit as shown below using the two hex-head screws.
UPPER
HOUSING
ALKALINE
BATTERY
12V 27A
PHILLIPS HEAD SCREW
PLASTIC INSERT SHIM
KEY BLADE
(NOT INCLUDED)
METAL INSERT NUT
BOTTOM
HOUSING
(2) HEX HEAD
SCREWS
tilt sensor
The tilt sensor (integral to the control module) detects when the motorcycle is being
moved in an attempt to steal it. It is capable of independently learning the bike’s initial angles of vertical and horizontal inclination each time it is parked, ensuring the
most accurate tilt sensing possible.
The control module can be mounted in any orientation. i.e. horizontally or vertically.
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arming/disarming diagnostics
The systems microprocessor monitors and reports all active and violated zones when
arming and disarming the system.
arming
Zones that are active at the time the system is armed are reported by a single status chirp
called Malfunction AutoBypass. The specific zone bypassed is then reported by the LED.
For more zone information, refer to Table of Zones section of this guide.
You are able to see exactly which zone is causing the bypass notification by disarming
the system and turning the ignition on. The zone will be reported by flashing the active
zone 5 times.
disarming
If a zone has been triggered, four disarm chirps will sound. The specific zone that was
triggered is then reported by the LED when the ignition is turned on. For more zone
information, refer to the Table of Zones section of this guide.
system status chirps
Action
No. of Chirps
Arm
1
Arm
1 (3-second pause) 1
Disarm
2
System disarmed
Disarm
4
System disarmed with tamper alert
High Security
Disarm)
(siren On)
1
System silenced, but still armed, and all
zone inputs are inactive and
monitored.
High Security
Disarm
(siren On)
3
System silenced, but still armed, and
a zone is still active and bypassed.
5
System disarmed with a transmitter with
zone in NPC.
Disarm
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Description
System armed
System armed with zone active and
bypassed
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high security disarm
While the siren is sounding, press the arm/disarm button once to silence the siren but
leave the system in the armed state. To disarm the system, press the arm/disarm button a second time.
long term event history
This will report the last eight system triggers in reverse chronological order.
1.
Press and hold
of the Valet switch.
2.
While still holding
3.
The LED will start to flash to indicate the most recent trigger and proceed down to
the eighth trigger. For more information, please refer to the Table of Zones section
of this guide.
, arm and disarm the system, then release the button.
table of zones
When using the diagnostic functions, use the Table of Zones to see which input has
triggered the system or was active during arming. It is also helpful in deciding which
input to use when connecting optional sensors and switches. Zone reporting occurs
when the system is disarmed and the ignition is turned on. The LED displays the last
zone triggered 5 times.
NOTE: The Warning Zone response does not report on the LED.
LED Flashes
Trigger type
Input description
1
Tilt Sensor
Built-in Tilt Sensor
2
Mux 1
Mux 1 sensor input (BLUE wire)
3
Mux 2
Mux 2 sensor input (GREEN wire)
4
Instant
Normally Closed input (from protective switch)
5
Instant
Normally Open/Closed programmable input
6
Instant
Ignition Input
7
None
12 V Power interruptions
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valet mode
Prevents the security system from automatically arming. In Valet Mode, the security
system will not arm, even with the remote, but any accessory functions will continue
to work normally.
to enter Valet mode
1.
Turn the ignition On.
2.
Enter PIN code as described below .
Retrieve the customer’s preset PIN code as noted on the back of
the owner’s guide.
FOR EXAMPLE: To enter a PIN code of 4301—
Press
four times,
then
one time. This enters the digit 4.
then
three times,
then
one time. This enters the digit 3
and then
once. This enters a 0 as there was not
a previous digit entered with
then
and then
.
one time,
once. This enters the final digit 1.
3. When you enter the last digit continue to hold the
button for at least
three seconds then release. The LED status indicator will light up and remain on
if Valet Mode has been entered.
The LED status indicator will light steadily if you are entering Valet Mode and will turn
off if you are exiting Valet Mode.
NOTE: The LED will turn off when the ignition is ON.
to exit Valet mode
When in Valet mode follow same steps outlined above. After Step 3, the LED will turn
off indicating exiting of Valet mode.
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system features programming
This system has many features that can be programmed to accommodate the user's
personal preferences and make system installation easier. They are listed in two programming grids on the following pages. Many features have default settings that have
been programmed at the factory and are indicated in bold type.
The User Selectable Features grid allows the user and installer to change operational
features through the Valet switch. The Installer Selectable Features grid allows the
installer to change input/output functions of the system to integrate with the motorcycle’s specific characteristics.
programming instructions
It is a good idea to document changes by taking notes of all feature changes made in
programming mode.
To enter the User Selectable Features programming:
1.
Ignition on - Turn the ignition to the run position or start the engine.
2.
Enter PIN - Refer to the previous discussion in the Valet Mode section.
3.
Hold/Chirp/Release (User Selectable Features) - After entering the PIN code,
press and hold
until a chirp is heard and the LED turns on, then release the
button. You have now entered the feature selection position of the User
Selectable Features grid.
4.
Continue Hold (Installer Selectable Features) - Continue to hold the
button
after the first chirp is heard for another 10-seconds, until the unit chirps 3-times.
Release the button.
5.
Column select - Press
the same number of times as the desired column. After
a pause the siren will chirp the same number of times as the selected column for
confirmation (e.g. 3-chirps means column 3 of the features is selected).
6.
Feature select - Press
the same number of times as the desired feature. The
siren will chirp with each press. The feature can now be changed using the
remote control.
7.
Feature change - Press the
button on the transmitter. If the system chirps
once, the feature has just turned off or switched to the first setting in the grid slot
for this feature.; if the system chips twice, the feature has just turned on or
switched to the second setting in the grid slot.
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If the feature has more than two settings, continue pressing the arm/disarm button on the transmitter to toggle through the settings (e.g. if the feature has 1
through 5 settings, the system will chirp 1 through 5 times for each setting selected). If you continue to press and release the transmitter the feature setting will
wrap back around to the first setting again. (e.g. if the feature has 3 settings you
will hear, 1 chirp, 2, chirps, 3 chirps, 1 chirp, 2 chirps, etc).
To advance to another feature in the same column, press
the same number
of times as the desired feature within 60 seconds; to change a feature in a
different column begin at step 5 by entering the column number first and then
the feature select in step 6.
NOTE: Refer to the Feature Descriptions sections of this guide for important notes and
descriptions of the system features and programming.
8.
Grid Jump - To change a feature in a different feature grid - Press and hold the
button for 10 seconds and you will jump from one grid to another. (e.g. You
are in the user programming grid and would like to jump to the installer grid.
Press and hold
for 10 seconds, you will hear 3 chirps indicating installer
grid entry. Now program the features by entering the columns and rows as
described previously.) 3 chirps are always heard when entering installer programming grid and 1 chirp when entering user programming grid.
9.
Exit programming - To exit programming mode turn the ignition off or wait 60
seconds without pressing the Valet switch. The siren will chirp three times to indicate programming mode has been exited.
NOTE: After you change a feature setting, the feature counter is reset to zero. Hence,
to change another feature in the same column you must press the
button the same
number of times as indicated in the chart below.
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user selectable features
Then
Press
First
Press
Add new remote
(autolearn)
Passive arm
on/off
Chirps
off/loud/quiet
Set PIN code
NPC on/off
New remote learn
silent mode
Panic
on/off
Remote valet
on/off
New remote learn
remote valet
Siren Duration
30/60/90 seconds
Reset to default
(except transmitter
and PIN code)
New remote learn
sensor disable
Not used
Not used
Clear all remotes
from memory
Select siren
sounds
New remote learn
arm/disarm only
New remote learn
accessory output
user selectable features descriptions - column one
add new remote (for 3-button or 2-button in-key remotes only)
z
Auto-learn new remote controls to the system (one at a time) in the standard
button configuration. For more information, see programming note #1 at the end
of feature descriptions section.
passive arm - on/off
z
On: When the system sees the ignition turn off, it will begin a 30-second countdown before arming itself. The countdown is indicated by the system LED rapid
flashing. After the first five seconds, you will hear one chirp and the indicators
will flash. The system will arm 25 seconds later.
z
Off: The transmitter must be used to arm the system.
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chirps - off/loud/quiet
z
Off: Chirps will not sound when arming/disarming the system (with the exception of arm/disarm diagnostic chirps and programming chirps).
z
Loud: Chirps will sound when arming/disarming the system at full volume.
z
Quiet: Chirps will sound when arming/disarming the system but at a lower
volume than normal.
panic - on/off
Allows the remote to activate Panic Mode. The siren will sound for 30 seconds.
z
On: The system will enter Panic Mode if the arm/disarm button is pressed for
more than 2 seconds.
z
Off: Panic Mode is disabled.
siren duration - 30/60/90
z
The system will sound the alarm for the programmed duration (30/60/90 seconds) during an alarm trigger or when the system is put into panic mode.
user selectable features descriptions - column two
change valet/pin code
z
This feature allows you to change the user's personal PIN code. For more information, see programming note #3.
select siren sounds
This feature allows you to select which siren sounds will be played back when the
alarm is triggered. Use the following procedure to set this feature:
1.
Enter the feature.
2.
Press the
3.
Siren will generate each sound for 5-seconds.
4.
To add the sound press the
playing.
button on the Valet switch while that sound is
5.
To delete the sound press the
playing.
button on the Valet switch while that sound is
button of the remote to begin the playing of siren sounds.
NOTE: After selecting or deleting a sound the siren will immediately play the next
sound. If no sounds are selected by pressing the
or
button the system will
remain in its previous setting.
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npc on/off
Nuisance Prevention® Circuitry (NPC®) stops repeated triggering of the same zone. If
one zone is triggered three times in one hour, that zone is bypassed for one hour,
starting from the time of the third trigger. During that hour, if the system detects a trigger on that zone again, the system resets the one hour timer. If one hour passes and
the zone has not triggered again, the zone is activated and can trigger the system
again. NPC® monitors sensor inputs and the door trigger, but does not bypass the
ignition trigger at any time. If NPC® is turned off, the system will respond to repeated
triggers on the sensor inputs and will do so indefinitely. Some states have laws regulating how many times a security system can trigger before it is considered a nuisance
and the vehicle is towed away.
remote valet - on/off
z
On: The alarm can be put into Valet mode with the remote control.
z
Off: The alarm cannot be put into Valet mode with the remote control.
reset all features to factory settings
z
All system settings (except PIN and remote programming) in the User
Programming grid will be reset to their default factory setting as indicated in
bold lettering. No installer programmable features will be changed. The Multiple
Event Total recall memory is also cleared.
z
Press the arm/disarm button of the TX; the siren will chirp twice as confirmation.
user selectable features descriptions - column three
The features in this column pertain to programming individual transmitter channels in
custom configurations. Following is an explanation of the features. Program the individual transmitter channels, referring to note #2 in the Programming Notes section.
arm/disarm only
z
The remote control channel programmed into this feature will arm/disarm the
system only.
NOTE: When programming a new remote control to custom configuration a channel
must first be programmed to this feature before programming the remaining channels.
accessory (-) output
z
The transmitter channel programmed into this feature will activate the accessory
output.
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silent mode
z
The transmitter channel programmed into this feature will arm/disarm the
system, but the siren will not chirp.
remote valet
z
The transmitter channel programmed into this feature will make the system
enter/exit Valet mode.
sensor disable
z
The transmitter channel programmed for this feature will make the system bypass
the sensors for one arming cycle only. On the next arming cycle, zones 1, 2, and
3 will be active.
clear all remotes
z
This feature will erase all remote codes from the system memory. This feature is
convenient for erasing any transmitters that have been lost, stolen, or incorrectly programmed into the system.
z
After entering this feature press the
button on a transmitter that is
programmed to the system; the siren will chirp twice to indicate that all transmitters have been erased from memory.
installer selectable features
To enter the Installer Selectable Features grid follow the instructions for the User
Selectable Features with the exception of step 3. Perform step 3 as described below
to enter the Installer Selectable Features grid.
Hold/Chirp/Release - After entering the PIN code, press and hold
until the siren
chirps once. Continue holding for approximately 10 seconds until the siren chirps
three times, then release the button. You have now entered the feature selection position of the Installer Selectable Features grid.
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Then
Press
First
Press
Acc. output
auto-activate
off/arm/disarm/both
One-time
Valet
On/Off
Normally Closed/
Normally Open
trigger input H1/11
Acc. output P1/
P2/timed/latch/
latch reset
w/ignition/RS)
Accessory output
timer duration
10-seconds
Horn output
pulsed/latched
Tilt Adjustment
1 degree
/3 degrees
NOT USED
Autommobilization
On/Off
installer selectable features descriptions - column one
accessory output auto activation - off/arm/disarm/both
NOTE: The accessory output will not auto-activate if programmed to latched setting.
Refer to program Note #4.
z
Off: The accessory output will not automatically activate when the alarm is either
armed or disarmed. It will only activate by pressing the
button on the
remote control.
z
Arm: The accessory output will auto-activate when the system is armed.
z
Disarm: The accessory output will auto-activate when the system is disarmed.
z
Both: The accessory output will auto-activate when the system is armed and
disarmed.
accessory output programming - P1/P2/timed/latched/latched (ignition
reset)/Remote Start
The auxiliary accessory output wire (H3 RED/WHITE) can be programmed for several different types of outputs.
z
P1 0.8 seconds: The pulsed output is disabled with the ignition on or the alarm
armed, but will remain on for as long as the button is pressed.
z
P2 0.8 seconds: The pulsed output will operate any time and remain on for as
long as the button is pressed.
z
Timed: The output duration is 10 seconds as default but can be programmed for
up to 255 seconds.
z
Latched: The output is controlled by pressing the button(s) controlling the accessory.
It will remain on until you press the button again.
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Latched (ignition reset): The output is controlled by pressing the button(s) controlling the accessory. It will remain on until you press the button again or if you turn
on the ignition.
z
Remote Start: The channel is specifically programmed to be connected to the
561T Valet remote Starter.
NOTE: Setting for trigger input H11 must be programmed to normally open for proper operation.
tilt adjustment - 1 degree/3 degrees
This sets the sensitivity of the tilt sensor to either high or low levels of tilt change before
activation.
installer selectable features descriptions - column two
one-time valet - on/off
z
On - turns one-time Valet mode feature on.
z
Off - turns one-time Valet mode feature off.
accessory output timer duration - 10-seconds (1-255 seconds)
z
Start Timer: Press the
timer duration setting.
button; the siren will chirp to signal the start of the
z
Stop Timer: Press the
button; the siren will chirp to signal the end of the timer
duration setting, or for maximum time, do not press the
button.
NOTE: The timer max setting is 255 seconds.
installer selectable features descriptions - column three
trigger input h11 - normally closed/normally open
z
Normally Closed: The alarm will trigger if H23 (BLUE wire) is disconnected from
ground when the system is armed.
z
Normally Open: The alarm will trigger if H23 (BLUE wire) is connected to ground
when the system is armed.
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horn honk - pulsed/latched
z
Pulsed: H5 YELLOW/WHITE wire will generate a pulsing (-) output when the
alarm is sounding. When arming and disarming the output does not operate.
z
Latched: H5 YELLOW/WHITE wire will generate a constant (-) output when the
alarm is sounding. When arming and disarming the output will pulse as per the
standard chirp pulses.
automatic engine disable - on/off
When turned On the immobilization circuit automatically activates 30-seconds after , the
ignition is turned off, exiting Valet mode, or exiting programming mode. The H4
ORANGE ground-when-armed output will not activate during Automatic Engine disable.
programming notes
NOTE: When programming a new transmitter to custom configuration, an arm/disarm channel must first be programmed before programming the remaining channels.
Note #1: Adding a new transmitter in auto-learn configuration
z
Press the
button of the remote control. The siren will chirp once to confirm the new transmitter has been programmed.
Note #2: Adding a new transmitter in custom-configuration
z
For the Arm/Disarm channel press the
button of the new transmitter. The
siren will chirp once to confirm the new transmitter has been programmed.
z
For the rest of the channels press the desired button on the transmitter to learn,
and the siren will chirp once to confirm that the channel has been learned.
Note #3: PIN Programming
A PIN code can have one to four digits; each digit can be from 0-9.
NOTE: A PIN code cannot begin with a zero.
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Programming Procedure
1.
Enter the feature location (column 2, row 1) in the user-selectable
programming grid.
2.
Immediately press and release
3.
Select each digit by pressing
of the Valet switch.
1-9 times, and then press
number into the system. To enter a zero, press
z
only.
To program a PIN code of 1032:
1.
Press and release
once and
2.
Press and release
once. You will not hear a chirp after programming a
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
z
to enter the
once. You will hear one chirp.
zero.
Press and release
three times, and then press
once. You will hear
three chirps.
Press and release
two times, and then press
once. You will hear two
chirps.
Wait for two siren chirps after a five second pause or five seconds after the
last digit has been entered if using less than four digit code number.
Turn off the ignition; the siren will chirp three times.
The programming mode is now exited.
PIN Code Confirmation Procedure
Begin this procedure within 15 seconds of finishing the programming sequence
or the new code will not be set and the system will revert to the previous code.
1.
2.
3.
Turn on the ignition.
Enter the new PIN code.
Press and hold
for three seconds.
z
LED turns on: New PIN code is learned and programming is
complete.
z
LED stays off: New PIN code is not learned and the system reverts to
the old PIN code. Repeat the programming sequence.
Note #4: Accessory Channel
z
The accessory channel can be programmed to different types of outputs including a pulsed output that does not function when ignition is on or the system is
armed, a pulsed output regardless of the ignition/armed state, a timed output,
a latched output, a latched output that resets with ignition on and a Remote start
output for connection with a 561T remote starter.
z
The accessory channel can be programmed to auto-activate with the arm
command of the transmitter, the disarm command of the transmitter, or both.
Auto-activate can also be turned off (factory default).
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rapid resume logic
The Rapid Resume Logic feature ensures that when the security system is powered
back up after being disconnected, the system will resume the same state it was in
before power was lost. For example, if power is disconnected during a full trigger
sequence, the system will still be in the full trigger sequence when power is reconnected to the unit. If power is disconnected while the unit is disarmed, it will still be disarmed when power is restored.
remote control sensor disable
1.
Arm the system.
2.
Use the transmitter to bypass the sensor by pressing the
tons at the same time.
3.
The lights will flash four times. All Warn Away® zones are now bypassed.
4.
Transmit the sensor bypass channel again.
5.
The lights will flash four times again. The sensor Warn Away® and full trigger
zones are now bypassed. To bypass the tilt sensor press the sensor disable buttons twice.
6.
The sensor zones will reset when disarmed.
and
but-
NOTE: Sensor disable can be performed at any time after the alarm has been armed.
adjusting the tilt sensor
Select either a high sensitivity threshold for extreme sensitivity, or a low sensitivity
threshold can be selected for normal sensitivity.
auto-immobilization feature
Immobilizer circuits automatically activate after 30-seconds.
NOTE: H4 orange ground when armed will not activate during Auto-Immobilization
auto-immobilization sequence
1.
Turn ignition off or disarm alarm.
2.
After 30-seconds the systems Immobilization circuits activate and engage the
starter and engine interrupts.
3.
LED flashes at ½ normal speed.
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Disarm the system when immobilized
Use one of the following methods to turn off auto-immobilization
z
Turn ignition on and press the
button of the transmitter.
z
Arm the alarm and then disarm the alarm.
z
Turn the ignition on and enter the system Valet/PIN code.
troubleshooting and system testing
Checking arm/disarm.
z
Use the
button on both remote controls to arm and disarm the alarm.
z
Use the
alarm.
z
Repeat both tests at required distance to test range.
button on the 3-button remote to silently arm and disarm the
Testing disarming without a remote
1.
Turn the ignition On.
2.
Enter the preset PIN code as described in the Programming Instructions section.
3.
Then press the
button once to disarm without a remote.
Testing the tilt sensor.
z
Arm the alarm with the motorcycle resting on its side stand. Wait at least 10 seconds.
z
Tilt the motorcycle upwards as though you were going to push it away. The
alarm should trigger.
z
Adjust sensitivity as necessary.
Testing Ignition Trigger.
z
Arm alarm
z
Turn ignition on, alarm should trigger.
z
Disarm alarm.
Testing the protection switch.
z
Arm the alarm system.
z
Attempt to remove the panel required to access the alarm control unit.
z
The alarm should trigger. Adjust or reshape protection switch lever if required.
Testing the N/O–N/C programmable input.
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Open or close the switch or circuit connected to the normally open/normally
closed programmable input.
z
The alarm should trigger.
Testing the battery back up siren
z
Arm alarm.
z
Pull system 5 amp fuse. The alarm should sound. It should not sound for longer
than 5 minutes in total.
z
Reconnect fuse. Test system again to verify correct functions.
The system will not arm or disarm.
z
Make sure the ignition is not turned on or that the yellow ignition wire does not
have 12volts.
z
Make sure the systems 5 amp main fuse has been installed or is not blown.
The engine immobilization circuit works the wrong way round. i.e.. the circuit works
when the alarm is armed but doesn't when the alarm is disarmed.
z
Check the correct normally open or normally closed wires have been used for
the bikes ignition circuit.
z
Check that the common wire has been used with either the normally open or normally closed wire.
z
If normally open and normally closed wire is used the circuit will not work.
The Valet switch does not work.
z
Make sure that it is plugged in. (See the Plug-In Harness section of this guide.)
z
Check the System Features Learn Routine for the default PIN code.
z
Has the PIN code been changed?
The status LED does not work.
z
Make sure that it is plugged in and the red and blue wires are oriented properly in the plug. (See the Plug-In Harnesses section of this guide.)
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wiring quick reference guide
Valet Switch
Ground
Black
Grey
Black
Black
Black
Red
Ground
Fuse
Box
(+) 12 V
Input
Blue
5-amp
Fuse
LED
Indicator Input +12V
or Ground
White/Red
15-amp
Fuse
White
Green
Blue
White
Black
Red
Red/White
Right
Indicator
Light
Left
Indicator
Light
N/O-N/C
Programmable
Input
Aux Channel Output
Do Not
Cut
Black
MUX
Optional
Sensors
Antenna
Aux. Horn Output
Armed Signal Output (GWA)
Yellow/White
Orange
Blue
Grey
Blue
Grey
Black
Protection Switch (switch must
be closed for system to arm)
Red (not used)
Starter
(Switch
Side)
Starter
(Starter
Side)
IMMOB
(N/Closed)
Black
IMMOB
(N/Open)
Black
Ignition
Switch
Black
IMMOB
(Common)
Yellow
Black
Black
+12V
Only used for Immobilising
AC ignition circuit
Cut
Starter
Motor
Cut
Starter
Switch
Ignition Coil
or
Fuel Pump relay
NOTE: The power supply range is 9 to 16 volts.
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