Arkon 51020 User's Manual

Installation and Wiring
The Acumen SCOOTER consists of the following main
components;
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SCOOTER main unit ECU (Electronic Control Unit)
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SCOOTER wiring harness
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1 x Remote Fob
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Fitting kit including System fuse, spare fuse & Red LED system
indicator
Tool Required:
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Pliers/Cable strippers/Cable cutters
Drill with 5.5mm and 8mm bits
Soldering equipment
Adhesive lines heatshrink tubing
High quality insulating tape
Masking tape (for drilling LED hole)
Multimeter
General workshop tools
Scooter wiring diagram
SCOOTER main unit ECU (Electronic Control Unit)
Ensure the fitting of the equipment and the associated wiring does not
affect the operation of the scooter. Be sure the alarm and wiring does not
affect moving parts (such as control cables, brakes) and does not touch
hot parts.
The SCOOTER is designed for scooter use and is fully encapsulated so
water ingress is not of a concern. Likewise, the Key Fob is also of a
waterproof design. We recommend however that the unit is not placed in a
position where it is continually subjected to water and/or pressure
washing.
Siting/positioning the SCOOTER main unit/ECU (Electronic Control unit)
When mounting the unit, use the 5mm screws/nuts supplied in the fitting kit
or cable tie the unit to a suitable frame tube. Take care to mount the unit
where access to it is protected (the more difficult it is to reach, the harder
the job the ‘thief’ has to bypass the alarm).
Route the wiring alongside the scooter wiring, and tape it in the style of the
original scooter wiring.
Siting/positioning the LED system Indicator
Be aware the LED will result in a small increase of electrical current drain.
The LED draws 1mA of electrical current. The LED provides a visual
indication of the alarm’s status, helps with the diagnostic mode of the
alarm, and will warn a potential thief that your scooter is alarmed and that
the alarm is armed.
For this reason, it is preferable to position the LED where it can be easily
seen. Having decided on a suitable position, drill an 8mm hole, pass the
LED through from the back of the hole and then insert the LED into the LED
holder. Then push the LED holder back into the 8mm hole to mount it
securely. Route the LED wires to the position of the SCOOTER ECU.
The alarm has a loom which ends in a 6-way connector. This connector
connects to the wiring loom which is connected to the scooter.
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Installation and Wiring
To make the alarm active, you only need to connect the
Red, Black and Brown wires
Connect the system wires as
follows:
A larger version of the wiring diagram
can be found on the back page.
The RED wire is the alarm positive feed.
DO NOT connect this directly to the
scooter battery, but connect to the
positive terminal of the starter solenoid.
Use the Red-tagged ring terminal from
the fit kit.
The BLACK wire is the alarm negative
connection. Connect this wire to a
suitable earthing point on the scooter
frame. DO NOT connect to the battery
negative terminal. Do NOT connect it to a
sub-frame or fairing-frame. An ideal spot
is the connection of the scooter battery
negative lead & frame. Use the Bluetagged ring terminal from the fit kit.
The BROWN wire should be connected
to a circuit which becomes live when the
ignition is switched on. Ideally, this
should be connected between the
ignition switch and the scooter fuse box.
If this is not practical, a good place is the
feed to the rear brake light switch.
Acumen recommends this connection is
soldered.
Connect the 6-way connectors together
and proceed to Operation
To get full basic operation of the SCOOTER System, Acumen recommends
that you also connect the PINK (indicators) and Black/Red (LED) wires (see page 3)
Should you require further options on the CAT 3 system, please see the Optional Wiring (see page 3)
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Optional Wiring
Acumen recommends that the following wires are connected to get full
basic operation of the SCOOTER System, however, they are not critical to
the operation of the system.
Flashing Indicators
The two PINK wires are for the indicators. Connect one Pink wire to the LH
indicator, and the other Pink wire to the RH indicators. Ensure you connect
these wires to the positive side of the indicators - if you connect to the
negative side of the indicators the alarm fuse will fail. Acumen recommend
these connections are soldered.
Flashing LED
The paired Black/Red wires with the two-way connector are for the LED
system indicator. Connect the two plugs together.
Movement Sensing Nudge Facility
The two BLUE wires - one with a male connector on it, one with a female
connector - are to remove/add the nudge facility of the movement sensing.
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If the two blue wires are connected, the nudge sensing is added.
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Dis-connecting these two wires removes the nudge sensing.
Optional Wiring Connections
(not required for basic operation)
The YELLOW/GREEN wire is the Pager wire. It supplies 12v at 0.5A when the
alarm is reacting. It is designed to connect to the Acumen AlarmMate Pager
(Acumen Pt No 10114) and/or the Acumen external siren (Acumen Pt No
10115) .
IMPORTANT
If this wire shorts to Ground while the alarm is sounding the alarm ECU will be
damaged.
The PURPLE wire is the alarm antenna. It should be extended along a plastic
component and taped into position. Do not tape within the wiring harness and
do not connect to ground/earth.
The GREEN wire is the trigger wire for the optional Immobilisation relay.
Instructions for connection are included in the immobilisation kit. If you are
not using it, tape the wire to the main harness in a tidy fashion.
The WHITE wire is an optional Trigger wire. If you need to use this circuit, the
alarm will trigger if the switch you add to this circuit changes it’s state. (ie;
open to closed, or closed to open) Connect the wire to a switch and the other
side of the switch to a suitable ground. When the switch changes the alarm
will sound. It can be connected to items such as a magnetic reed seat switch,
or pressure mat under the m/c side stand, or the Acumen garage kit.
See www.acumen-electronics.co.uk
NOTE If a poor connection is made in this circuit the alarm will interpret any
change of state - regardless of how short in time - as an alarm and will react
accordingly. Make sure all connections are sound, waterproof and cannot
short.
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Operation
The visual indications are based on the assumption that the Pink
wire (Indicators) and the Black/Red wires (LED) have been
connected (See page 3).
The standard key fob has three buttons; Lock, Unlock and Silent.
To Arm the system.
Convenience (Ferry) Mode
In Convenience mode the movement/nudge sensor will cease to function.
With the alarm active, press the Silent button. You will get one long tone and
one flash of the indicators.
If the LED flashes once/per second the movement sensing is active
If the LED flashes once every two seconds, the movement sensing is disabled.
You can ‘toggle’ between Convenience Mode enabled and disabled by simply
pressing the silent button.
Press the Lock button of the fob. The alarm will beep twice and
flash the indicators twice. The system LED will start to flash after 5
seconds and the unit will monitor hot-wire, accessory switch,
movement and nudge. (The system will not arm if the ignition is
switched on).
Diagnostics Mode
To Disarm the system.
a. When the alarm is sounding the LED will flash a number of times, pause,
then flash the same number again. This will go 30 seconds until the
system stops sounding.
Press the Unlock button. The system will give one short beep and
flash the indicators once.
NOTE If the system gives one long beep this means the alarm has
been sounding. Enter diagnostics mode to find the reason why.
It is possible to determine the trigger source that caused the alarm to sound.
Only the last reason is recorded.
Diagnostic mode can be accessed two ways;
b. Alternatively, disarm the alarm and then press the silent button. The LED
will flash a number of times and the system will beep the same number of
times. Every time you press the silent button the system will flash/beep in
accordance with the following table.
Number of
Flashes/Beeps
1
Trigger Reason
3
No Triggers in last armed period
Power was interrupted (The SCOOTER does not have
an internal battery but if the power is disconnected
when the unit is armed, and then re-connected it will
give a reaction.)
Ignition turned on or hot-wired
4
Movement
5
Accessory switch was operated
2
4
New Key Fob/Lost Key Fobs
If you can disarm the system - ie; you have a
working fob and need to add another;
If the system is dis-armed but you don’t have a
working fob (you have lost all working fobs);
If the system is armed and you don’t have a
working fob (you have lost all working fobs);
1.
Switch ignition off
1.
Switch off the scooter ignition
1.
Ensure the scooter ignition is switched off.
2.
Disarm the system from the fob
2.
Remove alarm fuse
2.
Remove the alarm fuse
3.
NOTE Sections 4 and 5 must be completed
within 10 seconds
3.
Leave for 5 minutes
3.
Leave for 5 minutes
4.
4.
Switch the ignition on-off 5 times in quick
succession, leaving the ignition ON at the 5th
action
Reconnect alarm fuse (and within 10 seconds
perform sections 5 & 6)
5.
Change the state of the accessory switch
circuit - WHITE wire (ie; connect to ground if
not connected and vice versa) The unit will
beep once and enter learn mode
Switch the ignition on-off 5 times in quick
succession, leaving the ignition ON at the 5th
action
6.
Change the state of the accessory switch
circuit - WHITE wire (ie; connect to ground if
not connected and vice versa) The unit will
beep once and enter learn mode
Replace the alarm fuse - the alarm will sound
for 30 seconds (unless the system has sounded
10 times for power loss in which case there will
not be an audible reaction but wait 30 seconds)
Ensure the ignition is OFF during this time and
ensure the alarm is not triggered by accessory
switch or movement
5.
Trigger the alarm by turning ON the ignition.
When the alarm sounds turn the ignition OFF.
When the siren stops after 30 seconds (ie;
during the quiet time) you have 10 seconds to
perform steps 6 & 7
6.
Switch the ignition on and off 5 times, leaving
the ignition ON at the fifth action
7.
Change the state of the accessory switch
circuit - WHITE wire (ie; connect to ground if
not connected and vice versa) The unit will
beep once and enter learn mode
8.
Press and hold the Lock button until the unit beeps
then release it
9.
The unit will beep twice
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5.
6.
Press and hold the Lock button until the unit
beeps then release it
7.
The unit will beep twice
8.
Press and hold the Lock button again and the
unit will beep three times.
7.
Press and hold the Lock button until the unit beeps
then release it
8.
The unit will beep twice
9.
Press and hold the Lock button again and the
unit will beep three times
NEW/REPLACEMENT/UPGRADED KEY FOBS CAN BE ORDERED
DIRECT FROM ACUMEN
10. Press and hold the Lock button again and the
unit will beep three times.
www.acumen-electronics.co.uk
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Troubleshooting
Spares and Accessories
1.
The alarm will not react to the fob
a.
Check the fob batteries (type CR2016).
b.
Place the fob as near as possible to the alarm
system main unit. If it will now disarm there
are probably spurious radio signals in the
vicinity. Move the scooter to another area.
Acumen can supply a range of spares &
accessories to enhance the features of the
SCOOTER system:
c.
2.
1.
Spare and replacement remote fobs and
batteries.
2.
The key fob can be up-graded to the same flipfob as used on the Acumen ‘Thatcham’
specification CAT1 and CAT21 systems. The Flipfob uses Microchip KeeLoq® code-hopping
technology which prevents scanning and
recording of transmitter codes. When ordering,
specify Acumen part number 51020 and your
make, model and year of scooter.
Check the system fuse. If the alarm has no
power it cannot power the radio receiver.
Switch on the scooter ignition - if it disarms
now the alarm’s power supply is at fault (fuse
or connections).
False alarms.
Remember! The alarm may think it is being stolen,
which is different to it being faulty!
a.
Enter Diagnostic mode and find out why the
alarm is/was reacting.
b.
Take appropriate action - such as:
i.
ii.
Enter Convenience Mode if it’s a windy
day (see page 4).
Check earth/power connections if you
repeatedly get a ‘power interrupted’
signal.
3. The alarm fuse keeps failing.
The system cannot ‘blow’ the fuse. It is what the
alarm switches that blows the fuse - usually the
indicators. Make sure there are no shorts in the
indicator system and if a new fit, make sure the
alarm PINK wire(s) is/are not connected to the
negative side of one, or both of the m/c indicators.
NOTE The Acumen SCOOTER cannot ‘know’ both
types of fob at the same time. If it ‘knows’ the
standard fob, it cannot ‘know’ a flip fob at the same
time. It can ‘know’ 2 x standard fobs at the same
time, or 2 x flip fobs at the same time, but not 1 of
each.
3.
Different coloured System LED’s to match your
scooter (Green, Red, White, Blue, Yellow)
4.
Acumax 900 Intelligent ‘float’ battery charger
5.
Extra, external sirens. (If your SCOOTER
system is ‘buried’ in the scooter, the audible
warning may not be as loud as you would like.
This extra siren will allow you to position it
where the sound can get out.)
The SCOOTER also has the ability to be connected
to the following optional components;
1.
Starter immobilisation kit
(Acumen part number 10113)
2.
Acumen AlarmMate pager
(Acumen part number 10114)
General Security Precautions.
While the Acumen SCOOTER provides state of the
art electronic security and protection, it will not, by
itself, ensure your scooter will not be stolen. We
recommend you undertake basic security
precautions such as;
Parking in a locked garage if possible,
Parking in well lit areas if a garage is not
applicable,
Using a bike cover where appropriate,
Using a chain or shackle and ground anchor.
Warranty terms and Conditions
Full details are given in the Terms and Conditions
document.
www.acumen-electronics.co.uk
The SCOOTER can be further upgraded;
Upon request, Acumen will supply you, free of
charge, with a protecting ‘clamshell’ to prevent easy
disconnecting of the alarm system. The clamshell
will prevent easy unplugging of the 6-way
connector.
Please request Acumen part number C-07-0003
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Wiring Diagram
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