Model : APS99BT3R
The transmitters included with the system have been pre-programmed at
the factory, with each button pre-assigned to control a specific function
of the system. Although, the system in the vehicle has either a 3, 4, or 5
channel RECEIVER, depending on the model, the transmitters included
with the system are 7 channel transmitters. This allows you to program
each transmitter to more than one vehicle in two car families, and also
allows you to change which button or buttons control certain functions
of the system. (Example: Transmitter channel 5, shown below, can be
programmed to activate Receiver channel 2.) Refer to the chart below for
access to each of the transmitter channels, and for the standard factory
button assignments.
TRANSMITTER
SYSTEM RECEIVER
CHANNEL BUTTONS CHANNEL
1
1
FUNCTION
Remote Arm & Disarm
*Remote Emergency Panic
*Remote Door Lock & Unlock
2
OPT. 1
3
Push And Hold For 3 Seconds For Opt1 Release, Push 2 Times For Aux. Out.
3
OPT. 2
4
** Pulsed Output for Accessories
&
4
5
** Switched Output for Accessories
&
5
&
6
&
&
7
-
-
-
-
-
-
* Remote Emergency Panic is available only on certain models.
* Door Lock/Unlock may require additional components in certain vehicles.
** Some of the more common accessories for these additional channels are;
AS 9075
AS 9256
AS 9154
AS 9153
Remote Car Starter
Remote Trunk Release Relay
Remote Garage Door Interface
Remote Window Roll Up
1
Released 6-8-01.
128-6102
1 of 6
NOTE: English version for Reference Only. Customer to translate text.
PROGRAMMING TRANSMITTERS:
It is important to remember that during programming, each individual step
of the procedure must be executed within 15 seconds of the previous
step. When the 15 second time limit is allowed to expire, the system
will automatically exit program mode. This is indicated by a long "chirp"
from the siren.
Additionally, any time the ignition key is turned off while programming,
the system will immediately exit program mode. This is also indicated
by a long "chirp" from the siren.
TO PROGRAM ADDITIONAL TRANSMITTERS:
Note:The programming information described below assumes that
the default transmitter is being used and the Lock/Unlock button
is one and the same. If you have the optional transmitter with a
separate Lock and Unlock button, use letter "B" reference below
for programming.
Also, where indicated that the siren will emit a long chirp tone, the
optional horn may be connected, in which case either or both the
horn and siren may sound.
1. (a) Enter the vehicle, and turn the ignition key to the "on" position.
(b) Enter the vehicle, and turn the ignition key to the "on" position.
2. (a) Press and release the valet/bypass push button switch 3 times.
(b) Press and release the valet/bypass push button switch 3 times.
3. (a) The dash LED will flash one time, and the siren will "chirp" 1
time indicating the system is ready to accept programming
for channel 1,Arm/Disarm, Lock/Unlock and
Panic.
(b) The dash LED will flash one time, and the siren will "chirp" 1
time indicating the system is ready to accept programming
for channel 1, Arm/Lock and Panic.
4. (a) You can assign the Lock/Unlock, Arm/Disarm button, by pressing and holding the lock/unlock button until the siren emits a long
chirp tone.
The chirp tone confirms that programming of channel 1 was successful.
Up to 4 transmitters can be programmed, press and hold the selected
button of each additional transmitter until the chirp tone is heard, or press
and release the valet push-button switch two times to advance to step #8.
2
128-6102
2 of 6
(b)You can assign the Lock/Arm button by pressing and holding
the lock button until the siren emits a long chirp tone.
The chirp tone confirms that programming of channel 1 was successful.
Up to 4 transmitters can be programmed, press and hold the selected
button of each additional transmitter until the chirp tone is heard, or
move to step #5
5. Press and release the valet/override switch one time to advance to channel 2.
6. (a) Disregard this step.
(b) The dash mounted LED will flash 2 times, and the siren will "chirp"
2 times indicating that the system is ready to accept programming
for channel 2. Unlock/2nd Unlock, Disarm, and Panic. Press and
hold the Unlock button on your keychain transmitter until the siren
emits a long chirp tone. This confirms that programming of channel
2 was successful. Up to 4 transmitters can be programmed, press
and hold the selected button of each additional transmitter until
the chirp tone is heard, or
7. Press and release the valet/override switch one time to advance to channel 3.
8. The dash mounted LED will flash 3 times, and the siren will "chirp" 3 times, indicating that the system is ready to accept programming
for channel 3. Trunk Release Output, (where so equipped), or alternate channel output when used.
9. (a) Press and hold the 1st Opt. button on your keychain transmitter
until the siren emits a long chirp tone. This confirms that
programming of channel 3 was successful. Up
to 4 transmitters can be programmed, press and
hold the selected button of each additional transmitter until the chirp tone is heard.
(b)Press and hold the Opt. button on your keychain transmitter
until the siren emits a long chirp tone. This confirms that
programming of channel 3 was successful. Up
to 4 transmitters can be programmed, press and
hold the selected button of each additional transmitter until the chirp tone is heard.
10.Press and release the valet/override switch one time to advance to channel 4 if so equipped. If your system does not have a 4th chan3
128-6102
3 of 6
nel, a long chirp followed by a short chirp tone will indicate that the
program mode has been exited.
11.The dash mounted LED will flash 4 times, and siren will "chirp" 4
times indicating that the system is ready to accept programming of
channel 4.
12.(a) Press and hold the remaining Opt. button of the transmitter until
the siren emits a long chirp tone. This confirms that programming
of channel 4 was successful. Up to 4 transmitters can be programmed, press and hold the selected button of each additional
transmitter until the chirp tone is heard.
(b) Press and hold any combination of two buttons simultaneously,
until the siren emits a long chirp tone. This confirms that programming of channel 4 was successful. Up to 4 transmitters
can be programmed, press and hold the selected button of each
additional transmitter until the chirp tone is heard, or press and
release the push button switch to exit the programming mode,
or turn the ignition switch off to exit the programming mode.
The siren emits a long followed by a short chirp tone indicating that the
QUICK REFERENCE:
You can program any individual channel, without reprogramming all
channels, by following the quick reference chart below. (Not All Units
Have 4 Channels)
CHANNEL
VALET SWITCH
LED
1
Press and Release 3 Times
1 Flash
2
Press and Release 4 Times
2 Flashes
3
Press and Release 5 Times
3 Flashes
4
Press and Release 6 Times
4 Flashes
After the desired channel is programmed, turn the ignition key to the off
position to exit programming mode.
4
128-6102
4 of 6
BATTERY REPLACEMENT:
The transmitter incorporates a small red LED built into the case. This
LED can be used to indicate battery condition. You will notice a decrease
in transmitter range as the battery condition deteriorates. To replace
the battery...
1. Remove the transmitter cover by removing the small screw from the
back of the transmitter case.
2.
Remove the discharged battery, making note of the orientation of
the + and – contacts, and dispose of properly.
3.
Install the new (type GP23A) battery, taking care to orient the +
and – contacts properly.
4. Replace the transmitter cover, taking care not to damage the LED or
switches on the circuit board.
5
128-6102
5 of 6
ORDER FORM FOR APS99BT3R TRANSMITTER
PD-30 PD-31
IMPORTANT: To help us expedite your order, please print all of the
information legibly, and mail this form and your payment
according to the instructions below. Please indicate which
button pad is used with your transmitter as indicated above.
Note: For Black Case Order APS-99BT3BK4 or for Blue Carbon Fiber Order APS-99BT3BCF4
1. Name : _______________________________________________
Address : ______________________________________________
City : ________________ State : _____ Zip Code : ____________
2. Telephone Number : ( ______ ) ___________________________
3. Enter the total number of transmitters required here : ______________
4. The cost per transmitter is $ 65.00.
5. Enter the total amount enclosed here : _______________________
(New York state residents must include the appropriate sales tax.)
6. Method of payment; check one of the boxes below.
 Mastercard  Visa  Check or money order * (do not send cash)
* Make checks payable to Audiovox Corporation
7. Credit Card Number : ____________________________________
8. Credit Card Expiration Date : __________________________

Credit card purchasers can order additional or replacement
transmitters by phone. Simply dial 1 - 800 - 645 - 4994, and
follow the instructions from the operator interface.
9. Mail this form, and your check, to ;
Audiovox Electronics Corp., 150 Marcus Blvd., Hauppauge, NY 11788
Attn.: TRANSMITTER DEPARTMENT
6
128-6102
128-6102
6 of 6
Download PDF
Similar pages