Directed Electronics CLIFFORD 320.3X Instruction manual

The company behind Clifford® Auto Security Systems
is Directed Electronics.
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Since its inception, Directed Electronics has had one
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security and car stereo products and accessories
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O W N E R’ S
GUIDE
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320.3X
Congratulations
Congratulations on the purchase of your state-of-the-art security system.
Reading this owner’s guide prior to using your system will help maximize the use of your system and its many features. For more information please visit the below website:
http://www.clifford.com – For general and additional guide information.
For any additional questions please contact your authorized Directed
dealer or contact Directed at 1-800-753-0600.
What you get
Welcome to the best generation of vehicle security. Your system contains everything you need.
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Responder LE remote control
1-way companion remote control
This owner’s guide
Quick reference card
Warranty card
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AUX
AUX
Warranty
Card
Quick
Reference Card
G3203X 2009-11
Important information
Your Warranty
Your system comes with a warranty. Please make sure you receive the
warranty registration card and proof of purchase from your dealer
indicating the product was installed by an authorized Directed dealer.
Your product warranty must be validated within 10 days of purchase.
You can validate it online at www.prodregister.com/directed or complete and return the warranty registration card.
Quick Reference Card
Carry this card with you to reference your system’s many features.
Replacement Remote Controls
If additional remote controls are desired, please see your authorized
dealer or visit us at www.directedstore.com to order. Part numbers
are: 7251X for Responder LE 2-way remote control and 7153X for
the 1-way companion remote control.
Contents
Getting Started.................................................................................................... 3
Keys to using this manual...................................................................... 3
Responder LE 2-Way ........................................................................................... 4
Using your System ............................................................................................... 6
Commands and Confirmations .............................................................. 6
Performing Commands ......................................................................... 6
Remote Control Command table ............................................................ 7
Basic Commands (Direct Access) .......................................................................... 8
Arm ................................................................................................... 8
Disarm ............................................................................................... 8
Remote Start /AUX1/AUX4 .................................................................. 9
AUX/Trunk.......................................................................................... 9
Advanced Commands: (Level 1) ......................................................................... 10
Silent Arm ......................................................................................... 10
AUX 1 .............................................................................................. 10
Advanced Commands: (Level 2) ......................................................................... 11
Sensor Bypass ................................................................................... 11
Remote Valet .................................................................................... 11
AUX 2 .............................................................................................. 12
Arm Status ........................................................................................ 12
Advanced Commands: (Level 3) ......................................................................... 13
Sensor Silent Arm* ............................................................................ 13
AUX 3 .............................................................................................. 13
Advanced Commands: (Level 4) ......................................................................... 14
Full Silent Arm* ................................................................................. 14
AUX 4 .............................................................................................. 14
Remote Control Configuration ............................................................................ 15
Remote Programming ......................................................................... 15
Pairing a 1-way or 2-way remote control ............................................. 15
Remote Features ............................................................................... 16
Car 2 ............................................................................................... 18
Remote Beep ..................................................................................... 19
Sensor Adjust .................................................................................... 19
Alarm Features ................................................................................................. 20
Normal Arm Protection ....................................................................... 20
Sensor Silent Arm protection ............................................................... 20
Full Silent Arm Protection .................................................................... 21
Sensor Warn-away ........................................................................... 21
Full Trigger........................................................................................ 21
Emergency Override .......................................................................... 21
Trigger Zone Fault Report.................................................................... 22
Alarm Report..................................................................................... 22
Nuisance Prevention (NPC) ................................................................. 23
Remote and System Operations .......................................................................... 24
Passive Arming* ................................................................................ 24
Auto Re-arming* ................................................................................ 24
Valet Mode ....................................................................................... 25
Power Save....................................................................................... 25
Rapid Resume ................................................................................... 25
Automatic Remote Updates ................................................................. 25
Out of Range .................................................................................... 26
No Remote Output ............................................................................. 26
Car Select ......................................................................................... 26
Vehicle Recovery System (VRS) ............................................................ 27
System Expansion Options ................................................................................. 28
Battery Information ............................................................................................ 30
Low Battery ....................................................................................... 30
Battery Life ........................................................................................ 30
Battery Disposal ................................................................................ 32
Glossary of Terms.............................................................................................. 33
Government Regulations .................................................................................... 34
Additional Information ....................................................................................... 35
Interference ....................................................................................... 35
Upgrades ......................................................................................... 35
Water/Heat Resistance ...................................................................... 35
Limited lifetime consumer warranty ..................................................................... 36
Getting Started
Keys to using this manual
Specific actions (in bold type) and style conventions are used consistently throughout this manual, they are as follows:
s
s
s
s
s
Press: implies pushing in and releasing a button.
Hold: is used after “press” actions when a button needs to be
held in position for an extended period of time, typically several
seconds.
Italicized words denote section/sub headings in this guide and
can be located through the table of contents.
An asterisk (*) when used after a word or phrase denotes that
additional details can be found in related sections usually noted
at the bottom of the page or end of the section.
Ghost LED’s are identified by the command/function button they
are associated with.
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Responder LE 2-Way
Internal
Antenna
Transmit
LED
Ghost
LED’s
Command
Buttons
AUX
Function
Button
Feature
Description
Internal Antenna
Used for transmitting and receiving* information
Command Buttons (4)
Used to perform arming, disarming, and auxiliary channel
commands.
Function Button
Used to access function levels for commands, configuration
menus for programming, and car selection.
Ghost LED’s **
Each button has an associated LED next to it that are active
during related operations. These LED’s are labeled respectively as:
arm LED, disarm LED, rs/aux LED, aux LED, and
LED
*
2-way communication is only applicable to the Responder LE
remote control
** Term denotes that these LED’s are only visible when on (Ghost
LED’s are only applicable to the Responder LE remote control).
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Control Center
Control Center
Button
Control Center
LED
The control center, typically located on the upper part of the front
windshield sends and receives commands or messages to and from
your system. It consists of:
s
s
s
The In-vehicle system antenna, for 2 way communication.
The control center LED, as a visual indicator of the system’s status.
The control center button, for placing the system into valet mode*
and to perform the emergency override** operation.
* See Remote and System Operations section for details.
** See Alarm Features for details.
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Using your System
Commands and Confirmations
Commands, basic or advanced, are used to activate system features
and are performed by pressing one of the command buttons. Basic commands control the most often used security features while advanced commands control more specialized features.
Confirmations for basic or advanced commands are indicated
first by siren chirps and parking light flashes, and then by illuminated
Ghost LED’s and beeps or tones on the remote control. A description
of each feature confirmation is found in the Basic Commands and
Advanced Commands sections.
Performing Commands
Perform basic commands by pressing a command button (Ghost LED’s
are off).
Perform advanced commands by first accessing Levels 1-4 using the
button and then by pressing a command button while within a
Level (Levels are indicated by illuminated ghost LED’s after pressing
button).
Advanced Command example: Silent Arm
1. Press the
button once to access function level 1, the
LED turns on.
2. Press the
button while the
LED is still on to perform the
silent arm command.
3. The Arm LED will illuminate to confirm when the silent arm message from the system is received.
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Remote Control Command table
Level
Direct Access
Button
x1
LEVEL 1
Arm/Lock
Silent Arm
x3
LEVEL 3
x4
LEVEL 4
Sensor
Sensor Silent
Full Silent
Bypass
Arm
Arm
Silent Disarm
Remote Valet
Car Finder
AUX 1
AUX 2
AUX 3
(Panic)
Disarm/Unlock
x2
LEVEL 2
Remote Start*/
Aux 1/4**
AUX
Aux/Trunk
Advance Level,
Arm
Change Car
Status ***
AUX 4
(3 sec), Enter
programming
(8 sec)
*
**
***
Available only with optional remote start module installation
This button can command either aux 1 or aux 4 if turned on by
an authorized Directed dealer.
Not available for the 1-way companion remote control.
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Basic Commands (Direct Access)
No ghost LED’s on
Arm
Press and release
The alarm arms, doors lock (if connected), and the siren chirps and
parking lights flash once. The arm LED and beeps play to confirm. If
valet mode* is on, the doors lock and the arm LED,
LED and a fault
tone plays. Exit valet mode to arm the alarm normally.
If a trigger zone fault is detected the siren chirps once again and the
remote will emit a trigger zone fault report**, the arm LED,
LED and
a fault tone plays.
To Arm and Panic
Press and hold
The alarm arms (or locks in valet) and, after 2 seconds, sounds
the siren and flashes the parking lights. The ghost LED’s flash and
siren tones play to confirm. Press the
or
button to stop the
output.
Disarm
Press and release
The alarm disarms, doors unlock (if connected), and the siren chirps
and parking lights flash twice. The disarm LED and beeps play to
confirm. If valet mode* is on, the doors unlock and the disarm LED,
LED and fault tones play.
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An alarm report** will replace the disarm output if the alarm was triggered; the siren will chirp 4 or 5 times, and the disarm LED,
LED
and 4 or 5 fault tones play to alert of the report.
Remote Start /AUX1/AUX4
Press and release
Remote Start***
Activates (or if on, deactivates) the remote starter. The engine and
parking lights turn on or off accordingly. The rs/aux LED and on
tones play, or the rs/aux LED and off tones play to confirm.
AUX1/AUX4****
Activates (or if on, deactivates) the aux 1or aux 4 output. The aux
LED and on tones or off tones play to confirm.
AUX/Trunk
Press and hold
AUX
The Trunk opens (if connected) when this button is pressed for 2 seconds. The Aux LED and tones play to confirm.
*
**
***
****
See Remote and System Operations for details.
See Alarm Features for details.
Available only with optional Remote Start module installation.
This feature must be turned on by an authorized Directed dealer.
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Advanced Commands: (Level 1)
Press and release the
button 1 time. The
LED illuminates indicating Level 1
Note: The transmit LED on the 1-way remote will flash in groups of 1
to indicate level 1.
Silent Arm
Press and release
The alarm arms, doors lock (if connected), and the parking lights flash
once. The arm LED turns on to confirm. valet mode* or trigger zone
fault report** messages may be received.
Silent Disarm
Press and release
The alarm disarms, doors unlock (if connected), and the parking lights
flash twice. The disarm LED turns on to confirm. The silent disarm output may be replaced by the alarm report**.
AUX 1
Press and release
AUX
Activates (or if on, deactivates) the aux 1 output. The aux LED and on
tones or off tones play to confirm.
* See Remote and System Operations section for details.
** See Alarm Features for details.
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Advanced Commands: (Level 2)
Press and release the
button 2 times. The
and aux LED’s illuminate indicating Level 2
Note: The transmit LED on the 1-way remote will flash in groups of 2
to indicate level 2.
Sensor Bypass
Press and release
Performing the sensor bypass command will incrementally bypass sensor operations and be confirmed as follows:
s Warn-away Bypass: The parking lights flash 2 times. The arm
LED, 1 beep and 1 fault tone play to confirm. Sensors will be
activated for full trigger levels of impact only.
s Warn-away & Full Trigger Bypass: The parking lights flash 3
times. The arm LED, 1 beep and 2 fault tones play to confirm.
Sensors will not be activated for any level of impact.
s Sensor Bypass Off: The parking lights flash 1 time. The arm LED
and 1 beep play to confirm. Sensors are fully operational.
Note
Sensor bypass can only be performed when the system
is armed. The
LED and a long fault tone plays as an
alert when performing sensor bypass when the system is
disarmed. Perform arm command any time to turn sensor
bypass off.
Remote Valet
Press and release
Enters (or if on, exits) valet mode. The control center LED turns on and
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off accordingly. The disarm LED and valet beeps play (1 for on, 2 for
off) to confirm.
AUX 2
Press and release
AUX
Activates (or if on, deactivates) the aux 2 output. The aux LED and on
tones or off tones play to confirm.
Arm Status
Press and hold the
button
The remote will generate an output to display the systems arm status
since its last update message or command operation. It will report
status via ghost LED’s, beeps, and tones as described in this section
for arm, disarm, valet mode arm, valet mode disarm, sensor silent
arm, full silent arm.
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Advanced Commands: (Level 3)
Press and release the
button 3 times. The
, aux and rs/aux
LED’s illuminate indicating Level 3.
Note: The transmit LED on the 1-way remote will flash in groups of 3
to indicate level 3.
Sensor Silent Arm*
Press and release
The alarm arms, doors lock, and the siren chirps and parking lights
flash 3 times. The arm LED, 1 beep and 3 fault tones play to confirm.
Car finder
Press and release
The siren emits one long chirp and the parking lights flash for 10 seconds. The disarm LED and 1 beep play to confirm. The parking light
flashes stop if armed or disarmed while car finder is in progress.
AUX 3
Press and release
AUX
Activates (or if on, deactivates) the aux 3 output. The aux LED and on
tones or off tones play to confirm.
* See Alarm Features for more details.
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Advanced Commands: (Level 4)
Press and release the
button 4 times. The
, aux, rs/aux and
disarm LED’s illuminate indicating Level 4
Note: The transmit LED on the 1-way remote will flash in groups of 4
to indicate level 4.
Full Silent Arm*
Press and release
The alarm arms, doors lock, and the siren chirps and parking lights
flash 4 times. The arm LED, 1 beep and 4 fault tones play to confirm.
AUX 4
Press and release
AUX
Activates (or if on, deactivates) the aux 4 output. The aux LED and on
tones or off tones play to confirm.
* See Alarm Features for more details.
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Remote Control Configuration
Remote Programming
The Responder LE and 1-way companion remote controls have operations that can be configured to a user’s personal preferences. The following instruction will direct you through the available programming
options for both remote controls.
To enter programming, press and hold the
button for 8 seconds,
the remote emits one long beep and the transmit LED turns on to indicate the main menu is accessed.
To exit programming or go back to a previous menu, press and release the
button. 1 short and 1 long beep is emitted for each step
back and when programming is exited the transmit LED turns off.
Note: The 1way remote does not emit any confirmation beeps.
Pairing a 1-way or 2-way remote control
Note: The remote control may or may not emit sounds during this
operation.
Prepare the vehicle
1. Open a door.
2. Turn the ignition On.
3. Press and release then press and hold the control center button.
The control center LED flashes and siren chirps one time to confirm the system is prepared.
4. Release the button and proceed below.
Note: Begin pairing within 60 seconds or the system will exit (indicated by a long siren chirp) and need to be prepared again.
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Prepare the remote control
Select the desired car 1 (default) or car 2 operation before proceeding.
1.
2.
3.
Press and hold the
button of the remote control for 8 seconds
until the transmit LED turns on, and then release it (If programmed
to operate two systems, ignore the Transmit LED flashes at 3 seconds).
Press and hold the
button until the transmit LED flashes off
and on three times.
Press and hold the
button until the siren emits one long chirp
to confirm Pairing.
Note: 2-way remote controls MUST also emit a sequence of
chimes to confirm pairing is successful. If not heard, make sure
the system is still prepared and repeat step 3 until successful.
Remote Features
Press the
button to access the remote operation features, 2 transmit LED flashes and 2 beeps indicate the remote features menu is
accessed. Press the buttons indicated in the tables below to set the
feature option.
Responder LE
The ghost LED’s next to the button indicate the feature settings.
Feature
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Button
Press
LED on
LED off
Keypad Lock
Auto
Off
Remote Beeps
Beeps On
Beeps Off
Car 2
Car 2 On
Car 2 Off
LED Flash
LED Double
Flash
Triggers
only
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Feature
Button
Press
LED on
LED off
LED Flash
LED Double
Flash
Page Mode
AUX
Paging On
Paging Off
Power
Save1
Power
Save 2
1-way companion remote control
The 1-way remote will flash the transmit LED to indicate the setting.
Feature
Button Press
LED on
LED off
Keypad Lock
Auto
Off
No function
No function
No function
Car 2
Car 2 On
Car 2 Off
Keypad Lock
Options: Off, Auto
When off, the buttons do not lock and always perform a command
when pressed. When set to auto, the remote buttons lock after a 20
second lapse between buttons presses to prevent unintentional operations. If a button is pressed when locked the
LED and a fault tone
play as an alert.
To unlock the buttons, press the
button followed by the
button.
The ghost LEDs flash and tones play to confirm unlocking.
Note: When the 1-way remote keypad is locked, the remote control
appears to be non-operational. It will not transmit a command or illuminate the transmit LED and needs to be unlocked to resume normal
operation.
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Auto unlocking
After turning the ignition off, a message to the Responder LE will
unlock the keypad buttons until the next command is performed.
If auto unlocking is not desired this message can be turned off by
an authorized Directed dealer.
Page Mode
Options: Power Save 1, Power Save 2, On, Off
Paging is how the Responder LE remote monitors your system’s messages. Power save extends battery life by turning paging off after 72
hours if the remote control is not used during this period. Just press any
button to resume system monitoring. Power save 2 is for maximum battery life and will monitor the system only when remote start has been
activated. Caution: Use only with an optional remote start module
connected. Alarm trigger messages will not be received when remote
start is off. When set to on it wakes up every few seconds to listen for
pages from the system. When set to off it does not wake up to receive
alarm trigger pages.
Note: When off, responses are still received when a command is
performed but alarm trigger pages will not be received.
Car 2
Options: Off, On
The Responder LE and 1-way companion remote controls can control
two systems independently. When set to off, the car select feature is
not available. When set to on the car select feature is enabled. See
Car Select (under Remote and System Operations) for details on using
a remote with 2 systems.
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Remote Beep
Options: On, Off, Triggers Only
The Responder LE will emit a beep as confirmation of button presses
and command responses. When set to off, beeps are not emitted for
any operations except programming. For triggers only, beeps will only
be emitted for full trigger messages.
Sensor Adjust
The
button is used for sensor adjustment, to avoid unintended
alarm triggers; it is recommended that an authorized Directed dealer
performs all sensor adjustments.
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Alarm Features
Normal Arm Protection
Control center LED: The control center LED flashes as a visual indicator
that your vehicle’s security system is active.
Starter Kill: The Failsafe starter kill relay prevents the engine from
starting
Note
May require additional parts and installation
Sensor triggers: The onboard shock sensor can distinguish minor impacts from major impacts to the vehicle exterior. Minor impacts causes
the system to emit a Warn-away output by chirping the siren and
flashing the parking lights for 3 seconds. Major impacts caused for
example by a forcible entry attempt, results in a Full Trigger output. The
siren sounds and the parking lights flash for 30 seconds or longer. Full
Triggers send a message to the remote control.
Point of entry triggers: Opening the hood or trunk causes a Full Trigger output, while opening a Door or turning on the Ignition causes the
the siren to chirp 3 seconds before beginning the Full Trigger output.
This 3 second delay allows time to disarm and silence the siren in
case of accidental trigger. The Full Trigger message is still sent to the
remote.
Sensor Silent Arm protection
Sensor Warn-away and Sensor Full Trigger activations only send messages to the Responder LE remote control, while the parking light flash
and siren outputs are defeated. Point of entry triggers will activate the
parking light flash, siren, and send messages normally.
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Full Silent Arm Protection
Sensor Warn-away, Sensor Full Trigger and Point of Entry activations
will only send messages to the Responder LE remote control, with parking light flash and siren outputs defeated.
Sensor Warn-away
When the system sensors detect a Warn-away trigger the siren chirps
and parking lights flash for 3 seconds. No messages are sent to the
Responder LE remote control for Warn-away triggers.
Full Trigger
An alarm Full Trigger will sound the siren and flash the parking lights
for 30 seconds while sending a Full Trigger message to the remote
control. The ghost LED’s flash and siren tones play for 30 seconds
followed by an alert that consists of 1 long beep per minute for 10
minutes.
To stop the output and alert, press a command button to perform a
command, or Press the
button.
Emergency Override
The following procedure disarms the system when a programmed remote is not available. Number of presses__________
1. Turn the ignition On.
2. Press the control button on the Control Center the correct
number of times (the default is 1 press).
3. After a few seconds the siren output ceases and the system
is disarmed.
Note
As a precaution, if programmed for Passive Arming or Auto
re-arming the system should be placed into Valet Mode until
a remote is available .
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Trigger Zone Fault Report
When armed by remote command the system runs a status check
of the alarm trigger zones. Faulty zones (usually caused by dome
light delay or open trunk) are bypassed and reported via the control
center LED and remote, while all other trigger zones remain active
and are monitored to protect the vehicle. Should a faulty zone self
correct (dome light turns off) it becomes active and is then monitored
normally.
The siren chirps once again a few seconds following the arming
chirps as an audible alert, the control center LED flashes in groups to
indicate the zone number.
Alarm Report
If the alarm was triggered while armed, it will be reported when the
alarm is disarmed via the remote control, siren chirps, parking light
and control center LED flashes. The siren chirps 4 times (or 5 times if
NPC On*), the parking lights flash 3 times, and the control center LED
flashes in groups to indicate the last two zones that were triggered
(see Table of Zones). The report output will repeat for each disarm
operation until the ignition is turned on.
* See Nuisance Prevention (NPC) for more details.
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Table of Zones
Zone # (led flashes)
Zone Name
1
Trunk
2
Shock Sensor
3
Door
4
Sensor 2
5
Ignition
6
Hood
7
Sensor 3
Nuisance Prevention (NPC)
NPC monitors all alarm zones and, if any are triggered excessively,
bypasses them until corrected. If a point of entry (trunk, hood, door)
is left open following a forced entry, it is bypassed. It becomes active
again only after being closed.
Bypassed sensors automatically reset after one hour and after the vehicle is driven. Disarming then re-arming the alarm does not reset
bypassed sensors.
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Remote and System Operations
Passive Arming*
Park and exit the vehicle, after the doors are closed the Passive arming
countdown begins. The control center LED flashes quickly and upon
reaching 20 seconds the siren then chirps once. At 30 seconds the
system arms itself.
Anytime before the system arms you can re-enter the vehicle or open
the trunk to load or unload items and, after closing passive arming
resumes.
To stay secure in case of accidental disarming of the system, if a door
is not opened within 30 seconds the system re-arms itself and locks
the doors.
Auto Re-arming*
Auto re-arm ensures the vehicle stays protected if it is not entered after
disarming by remote control. After disarming by remote, the alarm
automatically re-arms itself (and locks the doors if programmed on) in
30 seconds. Open any point of entry to stop the re-arm until the next
disarm by remote.
Onetime Bypass*
Turn the ignition on for one to three seconds and then off. The siren
chirps once to confirm one-time bypass is enabled.
One-time bypass can be used to temporarily bypass the Passive arming operation for one cycle. It also bypasses the comfort closure and
auxiliary channel outputs programmed to activate when arming. After
the next disarm all operations return to normal.
* These features must be turned on by an authorized Directed dealer.
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Valet Mode
Valet mode can be entered and exited by performing the remote valet
command or manually using the vehicle key and the control button.
When entered, the alarm functions are defeated while the convenience features still operate normally.
Arm and disarm commands lock and unlock the doors. The Responder
LE emits the arm in valet and disarm in valet output as described for
arm and disarm in the Basic Commands section.
Use
1.
2.
3.
the following steps to manually enter and exit valet mode:
Turn the ignition switch on and then off
Immediately press and release the control button once
The control center LED turns on when entering and off when exiting.
Power Save
To reduce power consumption the control center LED modifies its output if the vehicle is parked for an extended period. If armed, the
flashing is reduced after 24 hours. When valet mode is on the control
center LED will turn off after 1 hour and will reset each time the ignition
is turned off.
Rapid Resume
If power is ever disconnected by a mechanic or thief, the system will
resume the state it was in at the time of disconnection, when power
is reconnected.
Automatic Remote Updates
The system sends a silent message to all remote controls after any
major action has occurred. When the remote receives this message it
updates the arm status.
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Out of Range
Each time a command is performed the Responder LE will expect a
command confirmation from the system. If a command confirmation
is not received the
and transmit LED’s flash and a long fault tone
plays as an alert.
No Remote Output
Occasionally when a command is performed the remote may not
generate a command confirmation output or out of range output. This
indicates that the system received the command but it was an incomplete command (e.g. aux button pressed too short to activate the trunk
release) or it was an illegal message (e.g. the command was corrupted due to local RF interference). These are temporary normal functions of the system and remote, perform the command again within 10
seconds to return to normal operation.
Car Select
Car 2 must first be turned on (See Remote Control Configuration section to turn on).
1. Press and hold the
button for 3 seconds. The remote flashes
the transmit LED and beeps once or twice to indicate the selected
car is 1 or 2.
2. Release the button for car select or continue to hold for programming.
3. Release the
button, then press and release while the transmit
LED and beeps continue to perform car select. Once the car is
selected a command can be performed by pressing one of the
command buttons.
Note: The 1-way remote does not emit any indication beeps. The
transmit LED flashes once or twice to indicate car one or car two.
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Vehicle Recovery System (VRS)
In case your vehicle is stolen or carjacked, VRS sounds the siren and
flashes the parking lights to persuade the thief to abandon the vehicle,
and when the ignition is turned off, activates the starter kill to prevent
the engine from restarting.
To arm VRS, perform the silent arm command while driving, or while
the ignition is turned on. The siren chirps and parking lights flash once
to confirm arming. The arm LED and beeps play to confirm arming.
If valet mode is on, the
before arming VRS.
LED and fault tone plays, exit valet mode
Once armed, VRS triggers if any door is opened then closed while
the ignition remains on, and if the vehicle is parked while armed, VRS
triggers when driving resumes. See trigger description below.
When triggered, the control center LED begins flashing after fifteen
seconds. Within 45 seconds perform the silent arm command to disarm VRS. If not disarmed, the siren begins chirping for 60 seconds
and then becomes a constant siren blast with flashing parking lights
for several minutes. This output will continue and be repeated each
time the ignition is turned on until VRS is disarmed.
To disarm, perform the silent disarm command anytime before VRS
has been triggered, or within one minute after it has triggered and before the siren begins to chirp. If not disarmed before the siren begins
to chirp, the emergency override procedure must be used to disarm
VRS.
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System Expansion Options
Controlling Two Vehicles (Car Select)
The Responder LE and 1way companion remote can control systems
in two different vehicles saving the need for multiple remote controls.
This feature also allows for customized system configurations on each
vehicle that has more than one driver. See following Owner Recognition for details.
Owner Recognition
The system can be configured to recognize the remote used when
disarming and change selected features to match the remote users
preferences. Memory seat adjustment, siren chirps, passive arming,
remote button auto unlocking, alarm output duration can all be custom
set for each remote user at the time of installation.
Comfort Closure
Comfort closure emulates turning the key in the door cylinder or holding the lock button of an OEM keyless entry. It will automatically close
the windows and sunroof on vehicles with this type of OEM convenience feature.
Alarm Output Duration
The length of time the siren sounds can be adjusted from 1 to 180
seconds at the time of installation.
Arming and Warn-away Chirp Control
The system arm, disarm and sensor warn-away chirps can be configured for those that prefer a custom silent alarm operation.
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Driver Door Priority Unlocking
The door unlocking operation can be configured to emulate an OEM
style of driver priority unlocking for added security during disarming.
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Battery Information
The Responder LE remote is powered by 2 batteries (PN CR-2016)
and the 1-way companion remote by 1 battery (PN CR-2032), that
can be purchased at most retailers. When the battery begins to weaken, the operating range will be reduced. The information and precautions in this section can help maximize your battery’s life and usage in
providing your Responder LE and 1-way companion remote controls
with many years of trouble free operation.
Low Battery
After a command is performed the Responder LE and 1way companion remote controls check their battery level and, when the level
requires attention, will begin generating alerts. Once the alerts begin,
the remote controls will remain operational for several days but the
battery/batteries should be replaced at the earliest opportunity or
failure to control the system may occur.
Low Battery Alerts
When disarming the system using a remote with a low battery
the siren will emit one additional chirp as an alert. If confirmation
chirps are programmed off, the system will still emit one chirp as
an alert when disarming. After performing a command, several
beeps play on the Responder LE remote to indicate the battery/
batteries need replacing.
Battery Life
The Responder LE remote control has many features that make it one of
the most unique remote controls on the market today. The default feature settings provide for excellent battery life. However, to maximize
this battery life, the following suggestions will help:
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Turn Paging off: The remote will not wake up to check for messages with paging off in the setup remote menu.
Note: The remote will not receive trigger messages from the system.
Turn Beeps off: The button beeps can be turned off in the setup
remote menu. The command beeps still play normally.
Responder LE Battery Replacement
Side View
Rear View
1. Using a small flat narrow object,
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push latch down towards battery tray
while gently prying the tray outwards
from both ends until released. Remove
the tray from the remote control housLatch
ing.
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Battery
Tray
2. While observing the correct
polarity, replace the old battery (or
batteries) with a new one. Seat battery (or batteries) flush into tray
and slide back into housing until securely latched. The remote control
is now ready for use.
1-way Battery Replacement
1.
Using a small
flathead screwdriver,
insert into slot located
at the bottom of the
keypad and carefully
pry the front of the unit
open.
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3.
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2.
Turn both the unit
front and circuit board
over, remove battery from
clip and replace while
observing the correct polarity.
With the front and circuit board still turned over, turn back portion
of unit onto both parts, reposition all parts and snap together.
Battery Disposal
Directed Electronics cares about the environment. If you
need to dispose of the battery, please do so in accordance
with your municipal requirements for battery disposal.
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Glossary of Terms
Document Terminology
Control Module
The “brain” of your system. Usually hidden underneath the
dash area of the vehicle. It houses the microprocessor which
monitors your vehicle and controls all of the system’s functions.
Responder LE (2-way
Remote Control)
A hand-held, remote control which operates the various functions of your system and receives messages and pages from
the system.
Companion Remote
(1-way Remote Control)
A hand-held, remote control which operates the various functions of your system but does not provide message display..
Control Center
The control center contains the system’s radio-frequency antenna, the control center button and LED. For maximum remotecontrol range, the control center is usually located at the top of
the windshield, centered near the rear-view mirror.
Control Center LED
A light used to indicate the status of your system. It is located
on your system’s control center.
Control Center Button
A small push button located on your system’s control center.
It is used to override (disarm) the alarm when a remote is not
available or to enter or exit valet mode.
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Government Regulations
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesirable operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television, which can be
determined by turning the equipment OFF and ON, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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This device complies with the Industry Canada Radio Standards Specification
RSS 210. Its use is authorized only on a no-interference, no-protection basis;
in other words, this device must not be used if it is determined that it causes
harmful interference to services authorized by IC. In addition, the user of this
device must accept any radio interference that may be received, even if this
interference could affect the operation of the device.
WARNING! Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this device.
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Additional Information
Interference
All radio devices are subject to interference which could affect proper
performance.
Upgrades
Any upgrades to this product must be performed by an authorized
Directed dealer. Do not attempt to perform any unauthorized modifications to this product.
Water/Heat Resistance
This product is not designed to be water and/or heat-resistant. Please
take care to keep this product dry and away from heat sources. Any
damage from water or heat will void the warranty.
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Limited lifetime consumer warranty
Directed Electronics. (“Directed”) promises to the original purchaser to repair or replace
(at Directed’s election) with a comparable reconditioned model any Directed unit (hereafter the “unit”), excluding without limitation the siren, the remote transmitters, the associated
sensors and accessories, which proves to be defective in workmanship or material under
reasonable use during the lifetime of the vehicle provided the following conditions are
met: the unit was purchased from an authorized Directed dealer, the unit was professionally installed and serviced by an authorized Directed dealer; the unit will be professionally
reinstalled in the vehicle in which it was originally installed by an authorized Directed
dealer; and the unit is returned to Directed, shipping prepaid with a legible copy of the
bill of sale or other dated proof of purchase bearing the following information: consumer’s
name, telephone number and address; the authorized dealers name, telephone number
and address; complete product description, including accessories; the year, make and
model of the vehicle; vehicle license number and vehicle identification number. All components other than the unit, including without limitation the siren, the remote transmitters
and the associated sensors and accessories, carry a one-year warranty from the date of
purchase of the same. ALL PRODUCTS RECEIVED BY DIRECTED FOR WARRANTY REPAIR
WITHOUT PROOF OF PURCHASE WILL BE DENIED. This warranty is non-transferable
and is automatically void if: the original purchaser has not completed the warranty card
and mailed it within ten (10) days from the date of purchase to the address listed on the
card; the unit’s date code or serial number is defaced, missing or altered; the unit has
been modified or used in a manner contrary to its intended purpose; the unit has been
damaged by accident, unreasonable use, neglect, improper service, installation or other
causes not arising out of defects in materials or construction. The warranty does not cover
damage to the unit caused by installation or removal of the unit. Directed, in its sole
discretion, will determine what constitutes excessive damage and may refuse the return
of any unit with excessive damage.
TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, ALL WARRANTIES, INCLUDING
BUT NOT LIMITED TO EXPRESS WARRANTY, IMPLIED WARRANTY, WARRANTY
OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND WARRANTY OF
NON-INFRINGEMENT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, ARE EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED;
AND DIRECTED NEITHER ASSUMES NOR AUTHORIZES ANY PERSON OR ENTITY
TO ASSUME FOR IT ANY DUTY, OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY IN CONNECTION
WITH ITS PRODUCTS. DIRECTED DISCLAIMS AND HAS ABSOLUTELY NO LIABILITY
FOR ANY AND ALL ACTS OF THIRD PARTIES INCLUDING ITS AUTHORIZED
DEALERS OR INSTALLERS. DIRECTED SECURITY SYSTEMS, INCLUDING THIS UNIT,
ARE DETERRENTS AGAINST POSSIBLE THEFT. DIRECTED IS NOT OFFERING A
GUARANTEE OR INSURANCE AGAINST VANDALISM, DAMAGE OR THEFT OF THE
AUTOMOBILE, ITS PARTS OR CONTENTS; AND HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY
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LIABILITY WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, LIABILITY FOR THEFT,
DAMAGE AND/OR VANDALISM. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER LABOR
COSTS FOR MAINTENANCE, REMOVAL OR REINSTALLATION OF THE UNIT OR
ANY CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND. IN THE EVENT OF A CLAIM
OR A DISPUTE INVOLVING DIRECTED OR ITS SUBSIDIARY, THE VENUE SHALL BE
SAN DIEGO COUNTY IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. CALIFORNIA STATE LAWS
AND APPLICABLE FEDERAL LAWS SHALL APPLY AND GOVERN THE DISPUTE. THE
MAXIMUM RECOVERY UNDER ANY CLAIM AGAINST DIRECTED SHALL BE STRICTLY
LIMITED TO THE AUTHORIZED DIRECTED DEALER’S PURCHASE PRICE OF THE UNIT.
DIRECTED SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCIDENTAL
DAMAGES, DAMAGE TO VEHICLE, DAMAGES FOR THE LOSS OF TIME, LOSS OF
EARNINGS, COMMERCIAL LOSS, LOSS OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY AND THE
LIKE. NOTWITHSTANDING THE ABOVE, THE MANUFACTURER DOES OFFER A
LIMITED WARRANTY TO REPLACE OR REPAIR THE CONTROL MODULE SUBJECT TO
THE CONDITIONS AS DESCRIBED HEREIN. THIS WARRANTY IS VOID IF THE UNIT
HAS NOT BEEN PURCHASED FROM DIRECTED, OR AN AUTHORIZED DIRECTED
DEALER, OR IF THE UNIT HAS BEEN DAMAGED BY ACCIDENT, UNREASONABLE
USE, NEGLIGENCE, ACTS OF GOD, NEGLECT, IMPROPER SERVICE, OR OTHER
CAUSES NOT ARISING OUT OF DEFECT IN MATERIALS OR CONSTRUCTION.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty will last or the
exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. This warranty gives you
specific legal rights and you may also have other rights that vary from State to State.
This warranty is only valid for sale of product(s) within the United States of America.
Product(s) sold outside of the United States of America are sold “AS-IS” and shall have
NO WARRANTY, express or implied. This product may be covered by a Guaranteed
Protection Plan (“GPP”). See your authorized Directed dealer for details of the plan or call
Directed Customer Service at 1-800-876-0800.
Make sure you have all of the following information from your authorized Directed
dealer:
A clear copy of the sales receipt, showing the following:
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Date of purchase
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Your full name and address
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Authorized dealer’s company name and address
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Type of alarm installed
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Year, make, model and color of the automobile
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Automobile license number
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Vehicle identification number
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All security options installed on automobile
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Installation receipts
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