Clarion MS3001 Installation manual

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Table of Contents
1.
Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 1
2.
Installation Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 2
3.
Mounting Components
Main Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 3
Siren (MS3001) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 3
Battery Back-up Siren (MS3200) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 3
EXT 2 Antenna (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 4
Override Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 4
LED Status Indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 4
4.
Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 5
5.
Wiring Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 6
6.
Jumper Settings
Jumper Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 9
Accessing the Jumpers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 10
Setting the Jumpers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 10
7.
Remote Transmitters
Remote Transmitter Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 11
Two Car Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 12
Adding a New Transmitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 13
Deleting Transmitters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 13
8.
Programming
System Initialization and Default Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 14
Arming Mode Selection (Active or Passive Arming) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 14
Valet Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 15
9.
Tamper Alert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 15
10.
Shock Sensor
Trigger Sensitivity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 16
Warn Away Sensitivity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 16
11.
Reference Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 17
12.
Full Time System Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 17
13.
Dome Light Control Relay Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 18
14.
Door Lock Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 19
15.
Optional DLRM - Door Lock Relay Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 20
16.
DLRM Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 21
17.
Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Back Page
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Before You Begin
1.
Be sure to read the manual thoroughly before beginning the installation to ensure a proper
understanding of the MS3001 / MS3200 and its functions.
2.
Verify system contents:
❑ Main Unit
❑ Two 3-Button Remote Transmitters
❑ Siren (MS3001 only)
❑ Battery Backup Siren (MS3200 only)
❑ Harnesses
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14-Pin main harness
4-Pin auxiliary function harness
2-Pin Status LED harness
2-Pin Override Switch harness
Pre-wired starter kill relay socket with relay
3.
Discuss the location of the status LED and the Emergency Override Switch with the
vehicle’s owner.
4.
Discuss the optional features of the MS3001 / MS3200 and the features that must be
programmed during installation, with the vehicle’s owner.
5.
Check all of the vehicle’s operating systems before and after the installation.
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Installation Tips
1.
Use a Volt / Ohm meter to test all wires. Do not use a test light.
2.
Good power and ground connections are essential for proper operation.
3.
Route all wires from the engine compartment to the interior of the vehicle through a
grommet and use electrical tape and split loom tubing for protection.
4.
When adding optional accessories such as door locks, window modules, etc., be sure to
fuse each additional accessory power lead separately from the main power source. This
will insure that the security system power is retained in the event that an accessory
malfunctions.
5.
Avoid extending the system’s wires, the supplied wiring harnesses provide sufficient length
to connect to the required vehicle circuits. If a wire must be extended, be sure to use the
appropriate gauge wire in order to avoid a drop in current.
6.
Never bypass the fuses included in the MS3001 / MS3200 wiring harness. They are
necessary safety items designed to protect both the system and the vehicle.
7.
Be sure to perform a full function test of all of the systems components to verify proper
operation. Also, be sure to check all of the vehicle’s operating systems before and after the
installation.
8.
For maximum security, disguise all system wires with black electrical tape and split loom
tubing to prevent a thief from being able to identify the system wiring.
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Mounting Components
Main Unit
The main unit should be mounted in the interior of the vehicle. Do not mount the main unit
in the engine compartment. For maximum security, avoid mounting the main unit where it
will be easily accessible to a thief.
If you are mounting the unit under the dash board, be sure to mount the unit as high as
possible and in a location where it will not interfere with the operation of the pedals.
Be sure to extend the antenna as high as possible so that optimum range can be achieved.
Before securing the unit, be sure that you have made all of the necessary jumper selections
and perform a thorough function test of the system.
The case of the MS3001 / MS3200 is designed to be mounted using screws, or secured
using wire ties through the wire tie mounting tabs on the bottom of the unit as shown below.
Siren (MS3001)
Mount the siren facing downward and away from sources of heat and face the opening
downward to prevent water from collecting inside the housing. Be sure that the wires are
not easily accessible from underneath the vehicle.
For maximum security, it is best to disguise all under hood system wires with factory style
split loom tubing so that they cannot be easily identified by a thief.
Run all wires from the engine compartment into the interior of the vehicle through a
grommet.
Battery Back-up Siren (MS3200)
The self contained, battery back-up siren included with the MS3200 security system is
designed to sound for up to 1 full hour when the siren becomes disconnected from it’s
source of power. The override keys included with the siren, allow it to be turned off in case
the vehicle’s battery should need to be disconnected for servicing.
Mount the siren facing downward and away from sources of heat and face the opening
downward to prevent water from collecting inside the housing. Verify that the override key
switch located on the back of the siren can be easily accessed. Be sure that the wires are
not easily accessible from underneath the vehicle.
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For maximum security, it is best to disguise all under hood system wires with factory style
split loom tubing so that they cannot be easily identified by a thief.
Run all wires from the engine compartment into the interior of the vehicle through a
grommet.
When testing the system, be sure to turn the siren key switch to the “on” position.
EXT2 Extended Range Antenna (optional)
The optional EXT2 is a tuned, coaxial antenna, designed to be used with the MS3001 /
MS3200 security system to increase transmitter range. When properly installed, the EXT2
will add greater installation flexibility to the system, allowing the antenna to be placed high
in the vehicle to achieve maximum range.
Open the cover of the MS3001 / MS3200 main unit and plug the 2-Pin EXT2 connector into
the antenna port located directly on the alarm board, next to the existing antenna. Be sure
that the side of the connector marked with a black dot (center conductor) is facing the side
of the alarm opposite the alarm 14-Pin main connector.
EXT2 cable
Connector
Existing antenna coiled around EXT2
Black Dot
Existing Antenna
Run the EXT2 cable through the same hole used for the existing antenna. Once you have
replaced the cover, twist the existing antenna around the EXT2 cable to prevent any
potential RF interference.
Route the EXT2 up as high as possible inside the vehicle and be sure to avoid running the
exposed end of the cable along any wire harnesses.
Override Switch
Mount the Override Switch in a location near the driver where it is easily accessible but not
plainly visible. Plug the blue override switch connector into the blue 2-pin socket on the
main unit.
Be sure that the switch cannot accidentally be pressed or damaged by movement of
passengers or contents within the vehicle.
LED Status Indicator
Mount the status LED so that it is visible from both sides of the vehicle. Plug the white LED
connector into white 2-pin socket on the Main Unit.
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Wiring Diagram
Normally Closed Starter Defeat
Red
+12v
x
Black
Chassis Ground
LED
Starter
Solenoid
Ignition Key
Blue
Blue
Blue
Starter Defeat
N/C (-) output
Blue/red
Starter Defeat
N/O (-) output
Violet
Ignition +12v
Override
Switch
Ignition
+12v
Starter Defeat
Relay
Violet
Normally Open Starter Defeat
Ignition
+12v
x
Starter
Solenoid
Ignition Key
Blue/red
Blue
Violet
Starter Defeat
Relay
10A
Negative Door Pinswitch
+12v
White
Dome Light
7A
Positive Door Pinswitch
+12v
Dome Light
Relay
Dome Light
Yellow
Optional
Sensor
Black/white
Negative Hood/
Trunk Switch
White/brown
Horn
Relay
Orange
+12v
Siren (+) output
Orange/blue
+12v
(MS3200 only)
Violet/yellow
Warn Away input
Siren
White/violet
White/green
Trigger input
(-)lock
White/blue
(-)unlock
Red/yellow
Relay
Relay
Yellow/black
Aux 2 (-) output
Door Lock
Relays
Yellow/white
Aux 1(-) output
(+) or (-) output
Parking
Lights
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Wiring Description
14-Pin Main Harness
Pin 1 - BLACK: Ground.
Connect to a solid chassis ground. Be sure to use a ring connector of proper size. Scrape
away the paint at the grounding point.
Pin 2 - RED: Main Power (+12v) input [3A fuse].
Connect to constant +12v. A clean source of power is essential. This connection can be
made at either the battery or at the constant power supply wire to the ignition switch. Be
sure to install a fuse near the connection. Do not remove or bypass the fuse holder
included on the wire harness.
Pin 3 - VIOLET: Ignition input (+12v) input.
Connect to a source that maintains +12v when the ignition key is in both the "on" and "start"
positions.
Pin 4 - WHITE: Door Trigger (-) input.
Connect to negative door switch circuit. This circuit will show ground (-) when the door is
open.
Pin 5 - YELLOW: Door Trigger (+12v) input.
Connect to positive door switch circuit. This circuit, commonly found in Ford vehicles, will
show +12v when the door is open.
Pin 6 - WHITE/brown: Hood/Trunk Trigger (-) input.
Connect to negative output from hood and/or trunk switches.
Pin 7 - WHITE/violet: Optional Sensor (-) trigger input.
Connect to the negative trigger output from an optional sensor.
Pin 8 - ORANGE: Siren (+12v) output.
Provides +12v to drive the siren. Connect to the Red siren wire. Connect the Black siren
wire to chassis ground.
Pin 9 - WHITE/green: Door Lock (-) output.
Pin 10 - WHITE/blue: Door Unlock (-) output.
Connect these wires to relays to interface into the vehicle’s power door lock system. For
further information, see Door Lock Diagrams. For selection of 4-second pulse and
Passive Door Locking, see Jumper Settings.
Pin 11 - BLUE: Starter Defeat Normally Closed (-) output.
Provides a negative output while the alarm is Armed and during alarming to disable the
vehicle’s starter circuits. Connect to the provided Starter Kill Relay socket as shown.
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BLUE wire
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to Starter
Solenoid
BLUE
WHITE
to alarm
VIOLET wire
cut
RED
VIOLET
to Ignition Key +12v
in “on” and “start”
In this configuration, the vehicle’s starter will be disabled only when the system is armed and
alarming. If power to the system is lost or the system becomes disconnected, the vehicle
will be able to start.
Pin 12 - BLUE/red: Starter Defeat Normally Open (-) output.
Provides a negative output while the system is Disarmed to enable the starter circuits.
Connect to the provided Starter Kill Relay socket as shown.
to alarm
BLUE/red wire
to Starter
Solenoid
BLUE
BLACK
to alarm
VIOLET wire
cut
RED
VIOLET
to Ignition Key +12v
in “on” and “start”
In this configuration, the vehicle will only start when the system is both connected and
disarmed.
Pin 13 - RED/yellow: Parking Light (+/-) output [on-board relay, 7.5A Fuse].
Provides +12v or ground (-) to flash the parking lights. Do not connect this wire to parking
light circuits that exceed 10 amps. For vehicles that have independent left and right parking
light circuits, the parking light wires must be connected using diodes to keep the circuits
separate. See Jumper Settings to select polarity.
Pin 14 - YELLOW/white: Auxiliary Function 1 negative output.
Provides negative (-) output. Output will stay on for as long as the Button is pressed.
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4-Pin Auxiliary Function Harness
Pin 1 - YELLOW/black: Auxiliary Function 2 (-) output.
Provides a negative output to activate a relay. The output of this wire can be set to operate
in one of two operating modes. See Jumper Settings.
Momentary
Latched
- provides output for as long as the transmitter button is pressed.
- provides an output that stays active until the transmitter button is
pressed again.
Possible uses of the latched output include: audio system valet, auxiliary lighting control,
headlight operation, etc.
Pin 2 - ORANGE/blue: Alarming / Horn Honk (-) output.
Provides a negative output when the system is triggered to activate a relay. The output is
selectable for continuous or pulsed operation. See Jumper Settings.
This wire can be connected to a relay to honk the vehicle’s horn, or activate an auxiliary
siren or air horns when the system is triggered.
Pin 3 - BLACK/white: Dome Light (-) output.
Illuminated Entry/Exit output. Provides a negative output to activate a relay to turn on the
vehicle’s dome light when the system is disarmed and when the ignition key is turned off.
See Jumper Settings.
Pin 4 - VIOLET/ yellow: Warn Away (-) input.
Connect to the negative Warn Away output from an optional sensor.
Other Harnesses
For details on the Status LED and Override Switch, see Mounting Components.
Battery Back-up Siren (MS3200)
RED: Connect to constant +12v
BLACK: Connect to chassis ground
ORANGE: Positive (+) input, connect to the MS3200 Orange wire
ORANGE/blue: Negative (-) input, *not used*
For proper operation, the red and black wires must be connected. If either the red or black
wires become disconnected, the siren will sound.
Extra LEDs
Up to 3 extra LEDs can be added. Cut the Red LED wire and connect in series as shown.
LED
Connector
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Jumper Settings
Jumper Selections
Parking Light Polarity. Selects the polarity (+/-) for the output of the on-board Parking Light
relay.
Pin 1 + Pin 2 = positive
Pin 2 + Pin 3 = negative
Auto Rearm. When the jumper is off the system will automatically rearm if no other activity is
detected within one minute of Remote Disarming.
One minute after Remote Disarming, the system will alert you with a 10 second series of
chirps, then arm. (If the Passive Door Locking feature is selected during the installation, the
system will also relock the doors.)
Any of the following will cancel Automatic System Rearming:
• Turn on the ignition.
• Open the Trunk or Hood.
• Activate Auxiliary Function 1 or 2.
Automatic System Rearming is independent of Passive Arming and only takes place if the
system was Armed (actively or passively) for at least 20 seconds and then Disarmed by the
Remote Transmitter.
Horn Honk / Alarming Output. Selects between a pulsed output to drive a horn relay or a
constant output to drive air horns or additional sirens.
Auxiliary 2 Output. Selects between Momentary or Latched output for Aux. 2.
When the jumper is off, Momentary operation is selected. The system will provide an
output for as long as the Transmitter button is held.
When the jumper is on, Latched operation is selected. The system will provide an output
that turns on when the transmitter button is pressed and turns off when the transmitter
button is pressed again.
Sensor Defeat with Auxiliary Function 1 (Dedicated Remote Start Mode). When the jumper
is on, the sytem will ignore the Shock Sensor and Optional Sensor when the Auxiliary
Function 1 is activated. The system will continue to ignore these sensors until the next time
the system is armed.
Ignore Delayed Dome Light. For use with vehicles equipped with a timed dome light circuit that
stays on after door has been closed. When the jumper is on, the system will ignore the
dome light circuit during arming to prevent the system from responding with an open zone
indication each time the system is armed.
Passive Door Locking. When the jumper is on, the system will automatically lock the doors with
Auto Rearm and Passive Arming.
Door Lock / Unlock Pulse Width. Selects between a 1-second and a 4-second output for door
locking and unlocking. When the jumper is on, the door lock/unlock output will activate for
4 seconds for interfacing into vehicles equipped with vacuum door locking systems.
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Accessing the Jumpers
Using a flathead screwdriver, carefully press in on the
access tabs on the sides of the case until the hooks
release.
Take care not to push the tabs in too far or they may
break.
Once you have made your selections, close the case by
aligning the top and button halves of the case, making
sure that the tabs are over their mounting holes.
Setting the Jumpers
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Remote Transmitters
Remote Transmitter Layout
Button 1
LED
Button 2
Mode Button
Each system comes with 2 Remote Transmitters, pre-programmed to Arm and Disarm the
system with chirp confirmation using Button 1.
Button 1 Arms and Disarms the system. This Button also locks and unlocks the doors when the
system is in Valet Mode.
Button 2 controls the system’s Auxiliary Function 1.
When the Arm/Disarm Button is pressed together with any other Transmitter Button, the system
will Arm or Disarm silently (without chirp confirmation).
If the system was programmed to arm without chirp, pressing Buttons 1 and 2 together will arm the system with
chirp.
The Mode Button will change the function of Buttons 1 and 2 when it is pressed, allowing
Auxiliary Fuction 2 to be acessed.
Note also that the LED on the transmitter changes color when the Mode Button is pressed to
indicate the current function of Buttons 1 and 2. The LED will stay on for 5 seconds, then turn
off, returning Buttons 1 and 2 to their off settings.
It is also possible to set individual Remote Transmitters to arm and disarm the system using any
of the Transmitter’s function buttons, which is extremely useful when a Transmitter is used to
control multiple systems. See Adding a New Transmitter into the System.
The button assignment of Arming and Disarming will not affect the operation of the Remote
during Programming, Shock Sensor Adjustment, or any other system set-up function. The
buttons used to control those features will remain as they are described in this manual,
regardless of how the Transmitter is set up to arm and disarm the system.
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Two Car Operation
For your convenience, you may use a single transmitter to operate multiple vehicles. The
Transmitter can be set to arm Car #1 with Button 1 and arm additional cars with the first available
Buttons not being used by Car #1.
The following diagram illustrates how a single transmitter can operate a two-car system.
As stated, the Programming and set-up functions of Car #2’s system will not be affected by this
Transmitter configuration and will operate exactly as described in this manual.
The following diagram describes how it is possible to control a primary vehicle and a secondary
vehicle using a single Transmitter.
MODE
none
BUTTON 1
ARM (A)
BUTTON 2
AUX 1(A)
MODE
green
ARM (B)
MODE BUTTON
Mode Sequence
(A) = Car 1
(B) = Car 2
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Adding a New Transmitter into the System
1. Turn on the ignition.
2. Press and hold the Override switch.
• The status LED will turn on red.
3. Within 5 seconds:
Continue holding the Override switch and Press Transmitter Button 1*
For remote arming with chirp confirmation.
--- or --Release the Override switch and Press Transmitter Button 1*
For remote arming without chirp confirmation.
• The status LED will flash once quickly to confirm that the new Remote Transmitter
has been added.
4. Turn off the ignition.
Deleting Transmitters (Adding a Remote Transmitter and Erasing All
Other Remote Transmitters From the System)
1. Turn on the ignition.
2. Press and hold the Override switch.
• The status LED will turn on red.
Continue to hold the override switch.
• After 5 seconds, the status LED will flash 4 times, then turn on red again.
3. Within 5 seconds:
Continue holding the Override switch and Press Transmitter Button 1*
For remote arming with chirp confirmation.
--- or --Release the Override switch and Press Transmitter Button 1*
For remote arming without chirp confirmation.
• The status LED will flash once quickly to confirm that the new Remote Transmitter
has been added.
4. Turn off the ignition.
* The Button that is pressed will be the Arm/Disarm Button on that Remote Transmitter. You may program any of the
Transmitter’s buttons to arm and disarm the system at this point.
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Programming
Arming Mode Selection (Passive or Active Arming)
Using the Remote Transmitter, you may select Passive Arming with chirp confirmation, Passive
Arming without chirp confirmation, or Active Arming (Remote only).
To set the Arming Mode:
1. Turn the ignition on.
2. Within 4 seconds, press Transmitter Buttons 1 and 2 together.
First push:
Second push:
Third push:
one chirp
two chirps
three chirps
=
=
=
Passive Arming with chirp
Active Arming
Passive without chirp
3. Turn off the ignition key to save your selection.
Ignition Controlled Door Locking / Unlocking.
Selects whether or not the system automatically locks the doors when the ignition is turned on.
When selected, the Ignition Controlled Door Locking feature will automatically lock the doors 10
seconds after the ignition key is turned on and automatically unlock the doors when the ignition
key is turned off.
To set Ignition Locking / Unlocking:
1. Turn the ignition on.
2. Within 4 seconds, press Transmitter Button 2.
The siren will chirp to indicate the setting.
one chirp
= On
two chirps
= Off
3. Press Transmitter Button 2 again to change the setting.
4. Turn off the ignition key to save your selection.
To prevent the keys from being locked inside the vehicle when Ignition Controlled Door
Locking is on:
• The system will not lock the doors if any door is open when the ignition is turned on.
• The system will not lock the doors if any door is opened during the 10 second
countdown.
System Initialization and Default Reset
Following this procedure will set all System Programming Parameters to factory default settings.
1. Turn the ignition on.
2. After 4 seconds, press and hold Buttons 1 and 2 together for 2+ seconds.
The siren will emit one chirp, indicating that the reset signal was received.
3. Turn ignition off.
• All System Programming parameters are now set to factory default settings.
• The Arming Mode is set to Remote Arming only.
• The Valet Mode is off.
• The Shock Sensor Trigger sensitivity is set to Level 4.
• The Shock Sensor Warn-Away sensitivity is set to High.
4. Turn off the ignition key to save your selection.
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Valet Mode
Allows you to temporarily disable the security system when the car is being serviced or turned
over to a parking attendant.
To turn Valet Mode on or off:
1. Turn on the ignition.
2. Press and hold the override switch.
3. While holding the override switch, turn off the ignition.
• The siren will chirp once to indicate you have turned Valet Mode on.
• The siren will chirp twice to indicate you have turned Valet Mode off.
4. Release the override switch.
While Valet Mode is on, you can continue to lock and unlock you doors with the Remote
Transmitters, as well as operate the Auxiliary Functions.
For added protection, when the doors are locked by the Remote Transmitter, the system’s Starter
Disable circuit will activate and the LED will emit double flashes until the system is unlocked by
the Remote.
If the Remote Transmitter is lost, stolen, or becomes inoperable while the car is locked in Valet
Mode, you can use the Emergency Override procedure to deactivate the Starter Disable circuit.
Tamper Alert
On Disarming, if the system responds with one long chirp and one short chirp, indicating the
system was triggered, the LED will flash for 60 seconds to indicate the zone that triggered the
system.
LED Flashes (60 seconds):
1
2
3
4
flash
flashes
flashes
flashes
=
=
=
=
door
Shock Sensor
optional sensor
hood/trunk
example: flash-flash-pause-flash-flash-pause = Shock Sensor
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Shock Sensor
The MS3001 / MS3200’s dual stage, on-board Shock Sensor is adjusted entirely through the use
of the Remote Transmitter.
Trigger Sensitivity
The Trigger sensitivity is adjustable to 8 levels, including an “off” setting where the sensor is
ignored.
Shock Sensor Sensitivity
Level
1
off
2
lowest
8
highest
To Adjust the Trigger sensitivity:
1. Turn the ignition key on.
2. Within 4 seconds, press Transmitter Button 1.
• The siren will chirp (1 through 8) to indicate the current sensitivity level. The default
shock sensitivity setting is 4.
3. Test the sensitivity. The siren will respond with a short chirp when shock is detected.
4. To make adjustments:
Press Button 1 to increase the sensitivity.
Press Button 2 to decrease the sensitivity.
• The siren will chirp to indicate the sensitivity level each time the Button is pressed.
• If the sensitivity is set to Level 1, the Shock Sensor is off.
5. When you are satisfied with the sensitivity, turn off the ignition.
When the sensitivity is set to Level 1, the siren will emit 1 chirp, followed by 3 chirps each time the system
is Armed to indicate that the Shock Sensor is off.
Warn Away Sensitivity
The sensitivity of the Shock Sensor’s Light Impact Response can also be adjusted. There are
two settings for Warn Away, High and Low. The default setting is High.
To Adjust the Warn-Away sensitivity:
1. Turn the ignition key on.
2. Within 4 seconds, press The Mode Button followed by Button 1. The siren will chirp to
indicate the setting:
One chirp
=
High
Two chirps
=
Low
3. Press Button 1 again to change the setting.
Note: To turn off the shock sensor for one arming cycle, use the “Remote Shock Sensor Bypass
(Dedicated Remote Start Mode)” feature available with the auxiliary function. See Jumper
Settings.
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Reference Chart
You can use this chart to quickly identify and interpret the MS3001 / MS3200 system’s chirp
indications and LED flashes.
Output
When
Status
1 chirp
1 + 3 chirps
1 + 4 chirps
arming
arming
arming
normal arming
Shock Sensor sensitivity is off
door, hood, or trunk is open
2 quick chirps
LED double flashes
arming
Valet Mode
Valet Mode is on
Starter Defeat Activated
2 chirps
disarming
normal disarming
1 Long + 1 Short Chirp
no LED flashes
1 LED flash
2 LED flashes
3 LED flashes
4 LED flashes
disarming
after Tamper
after Tamper
after Tamper
after Tamper
after Tamper
1 chirp
while armed
Warn Away
5 quick chirps
while armed
Dedicated Remote Start Mode
activated
Double chirps
(for 10 seconds)
1 minute after disarming
Automatic Rearming
LED flashing quickly
ignition key off
Passive Arming sequence started
Two chirps
1 LED flash
2 LED flashes
3 LED flashes
4 LED flashes
ignition key off
after Full Time Sys.
after Full Time Sys.
after Full Time Sys.
after Full Time Sys.
Tamper Alert - system was triggered
ignition
door
Shock Sensor
optional sensor
hood or trunk
Alert
Alert
Alert
Alert
Alert
Diag.
Diag.
Diag.
Diag.
Full Time System Diagnostics
door
Shock Sensor
optional sensor
hood or trunk
Full Time System Diagnostics
The system continuously monitors all protected zones, even when it is not armed, and warns
you if it detects a problem when you turn off the ignition.
1. Turn off the ignition.
2. If the siren chirps twice, the system has detected a problem.
3. The status LED will flash to indicate the zone where the problem has been detected.
1
2
3
4
flash
flashes
flashes
flashes
=
=
=
=
door
Shock Sensor
optional sensor
hood / trunk
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Dome Light Control Relay Diagrams
Dome Light Control - Negative Polarity
Dome Light Control - Positive Polarity
For vehicle’s with a negative polarity dome
light, connect a relay and wire as shown
below.
For vehicle’s with a positive polarity dome
light, connect a relay and wire as shown
below.
Auxiliary Function 2 Output
The Auxiliary Function 2 Output can be set
for momentarty or latched operation allowing
custom operation of vehicle systems such as:
To Vehicle Radio Wiring Harness
Remote Control of Audio System
(Latched Operating Mode)
This enables the user to listen to the vehicle’s
audio or video system for extended periods
without need of the vehicle’s ignition key.
When the Aux 2 function is pressed, the radio
will turn on until the Aux 2 function is pressed
again.
Normal operation of the audio system using
the ignition key is unaffected.
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Yellow/black Wire
Aux Function 2
Output
Radio
Memory Wire
Radio
Ignition Wire
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Door Lock Diagrams
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Negative Trigger
White/green = (-) Lock
White/blue = (-) Unlock
Positive Trigger
Voltage Reversal
Aftermarket Actuators
Vacuum Lock System
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Optional DLRM - Door Lock Relay Module
The optional DLRM is a factory door lock integration module with built-in relays for use with high
current positive trigger door locking systems (like those found on some older GM models) and
voltage reversal door locking systems (also known as 5-wire systems, found on many Ford
vehicles and some GM models). The DLRM can also be used with aftermarket actuators for
vehicles not equipped with power door locks. Some late model Chrysler, Ford, and Mazda
vehicles use lower voltage systems requiring the use of resistors. For details on integration with
these systems, please call the Ungo dealer technical support hotline.
DLRM Wiring Description:
5-pin Harness
White
Lock #87a
Green
Lock #30
Blue
Unlock #30
Brown
Unlock 87a
Violet
Lock & Unlock #87
normally closed
common
normally closed
common
normally open
3-pin Harness
Green
Lock (-) trigger
Red
+12V input
Blue
Unlock (-) trigger
Installation:
Connect the small Green wire from the DLRM to the White/green wire (pin 9) from the alarm.
Connect the small Blue wire from the DLRM to the White/blue wire (pin 10) from the alarm.
Connect the small Red wire to Red wire (pin 2) from the alarm.
See
DLRM Wiring Diagrams
Green
Blue
Red
10A
Black Chassis Ground
Red +12v
White/green
White/blue
7A
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DLRM Wiring Diagrams
Be sure to add a fuse to the violet wire of the 5-pin harness and connect to a constant source of
power separate from the alarm’s power wire. DO NOT connect the DLRM Violet wire to alarm’s
main power lead.
High Current Positive Trigger System
Voltage Reversal System
Adding Aftermarket Actuators
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Notes
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Notes
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MS3001 / MS3200 Wiring Diagram
Normally Closed Starter Defeat
Red
+12v
x
Black
Chassis Ground
LED
Starter
Solenoid
Ignition Key
Blue
Blue
Blue
Starter Defeat
N/C (-) output
Blue/red
Starter Defeat
N/O (-) output
Violet
Ignition +12v
Override
Switch
Ignition
+12v
Starter Defeat
Relay
Violet
Normally Open Starter Defeat
Ignition
+12v
x
Starter
Solenoid
Ignition Key
Blue/red
Blue
Violet
Starter Defeat
Relay
10A
Negative Door Pinswitch
+12v
White
Dome Light
7A
Positive Door Pinswitch
+12v
Dome Light
Relay
Dome Light
Yellow
Optional
Sensor
Black/white
Negative Hood/
Trunk Switch
White/brown
Horn
Relay
Orange
+12v
Siren (+) output
Orange/blue
+12v
(MS3200 only)
Violet/yellow
Warn Away input
Siren
White/violet
White/green
Trigger input
(-)lock
White/blue
(-)unlock
Red/yellow
Relay
Relay
Yellow/black
Aux 2 (-) output
© Ungo Security Corporation, Gardena, CA
Door Lock
Relays
Yellow/white
Aux 1(-) output
(+) or (-) output
Parking
Lights
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