Scytek electronic Precision 200 series Product manual

PRECISION PRO
5500
VEHICLE SECURITY SYSTEM
WITH REMOTE START
PRECISION PRO
2200
REMOTE START ONLY
PRODUCT MANUAL
Limited Lifetime Warranty
This system is warranted to the original purchaser, to be free from defects in material and
workmanship. The manufacturer will repair or replace at its option, and free of charge for the first
twelve (12) months, any part that proves defective in material or workmanship under normal
installation, use, and service, provided the product is returned to the manufacturer freight
prepaid. After the first 12 month warranty period there will be a maximum service charge of
$25.00 per calendar year (if required) for repair and/or replacement of any defective parts.
A copy of the original purchase and installation receipt must accompany any products
returned for warranty service. Warranty is limited to defective parts and/or replacement parts
only and excludes any incidental, and consequential damages connected therewith.
The manufacturer of this theft deterrent system makes no warranty against the theft of the vehicle
or its contents. This warranty is not to be construed as an insurance policy against loss.
WARRANTY OF INSTALLATION LABOR, REMOVAL AND RE-INSTALLATION CHARGES ARE
NOT THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE MANUFACTURER.
Note: This Warranty is voided if the product was not installed by an
Authorized ScyTek Dealer.
Table of Contents
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About Your System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 1
Remote Transmitters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 2
Remote Transmitter Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 3
Adding/Replacing Transmitters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 3
Two Car Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 3
Battery Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 3
2-way LCD Remote Transmitter Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 4
Adding/Replacing 2-way Transmitters, Programable features and descriptions. . . . . . Page 4-8
LCD Transmitter Battery Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 5
System Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 9
Remote Arming*/Locking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 9
Remote Disarming*/Unlocking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 9
Tamper Alert* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 10
Silent Arming*/Locking -Disarming*/Unlocking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 10
Passive Arming* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 10
Panic Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 11
Emergency Override* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 11
Optional Coded Emergency Override* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 11
Automatic Rearming* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 12
Valet Mode/ Driver Calling Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 12
Remote Start Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 13
Remote Starting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 13
Shut Down . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 13
Quick Stop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 13
Automatic Start Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 14
Turbo Timer Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 14
Manual Transmission Remote Starting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 15
Extended Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 16
Ignition Door Locking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 16
Ignition Door Unlocking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 16
Dome Light Activation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 16
Auxiliary Function Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 16
Disarm with Auxiliary Function* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 16
Remote Sensor Disable* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 16
System Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 17
Mounting the Control unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 18
Mounting the Siren* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 18
Mounting the Shock Sensor* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 18
System Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 19
6-Pin Starter Harness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 19
20-Pin Main Harness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 19
Plug-in Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 20
Jumper Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 21
Jumper Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 21
System Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 22
Entering System Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 22
Default Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 22
Programmable System Options for 5500 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 22
Programmanble System Options for 2200 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 25
Relay Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 28
Door Lock Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 29
Two Stage Door Lock Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 30
Technical Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 32
System Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 33
Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Back Page
About Your System
The ScyTek Precision 5500 Series is a Combination Vehicle Security and Remote Starting System
that will have features and functions that will be described in the following sections with an ASTERICK *
The Precision 2200 Series is a Remote Start System only. Both series feature a built-in "ScyNet
Network Port" that allows direct connection of optional accessory modules and a PC interface offering
expanded system operation. With proper installation this system will provide superior protection and/ or
performance for many years to come.
The Precision’s 5500 and 2200 Series built-in remote starter is designed to offer maximum convenience by
remote starting your vehicle’s engine, turning on the heater/air conditioner, and then running for a predetermined time to provide a comfortable environment once you enter your vehicle.
To ensure the safety and security of the system while it is remote started, the Precision 5500 and 2200
Series employs several safeguards. In the event the alarm is triggered while the engine is remotely running,
the remote start will immediately shutdown to prevent unauthorized users from attempting to drive the
vehicle. The system is equipped with a hood pin input to prevent access to the engine compartment while
the vehicle is remotely running. The Valet Mode prevents the remote start feature from operating in the
event the vehicle is to be serviced. Finally, the brake pedal also acts as a safety by shutting down the
remote start when pressed.
System Contents:
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Main Unit with built-in ScyNet Network Interface Port
One 5-Button 2-Way LCD Remote & One 1-Way 5-Button Sleek Carbon Fiber Transmitter
* High Output 6-tone Siren
* Dual Stage Shock Sensor
LED/Coded Emergency Override / Valet Switch/ Call button - built into the antenna (see page 32)
Optional ScyNet Network Interface Accessories:
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ScyNet Network Interface Software
Options and Convenience Features**
This ScyTek system includes several optional inputs and outputs allowing the creation of a completely
personalized security and convenience system by offering many optional features such as:
**May require additional parts and/or labor, see store for details.
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Second Car Operation
Keyless Entry
Two Stage Door Unlocking
* Starter Defeat
Horn Honk
Illuminated Entry
Turbo Timer
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Remote Window Control
Power Trunk / Hatch Release
* Glass Breakage Sensor
* Radar Sensor
Remote Head Lamp Control
* Back-up Battery Siren
Some of the features described in this manual may require additional parts and/or labor, and may not be
included as part of the standard installation of this unit. Additionally, many features of these systems
have selectable options that must be activated or programmed during the system’s installation. These
items will be identified in the following sections. Please discuss these features and any questions you
may have regarding the installation of this product with Your Authorized Dealer.
Precision - Page 1
2-W
WAY COLOR LCD REMOTE TRANSMITTER DESCRIPTION
time
date/engine run timer
11/16
3:10P
Button 3
Button 4
Button 1
Button 5
Button 2
Battery
status
wakeup
alarm
enabled
autostart
enabled
The 2-way Color remote transmitter is offering increased range and confirmation of any activated feature.
Page 1
Button 1 Arms and Locks* the system and when held for 3 seconds, activates the system’s Panic feature.
Button 1 also locks the doors when the system is in Valet Mode.
Button 2 Disarms and Unlocks* the system. Pressing Button 2 again operates the Passenger Unlock feature
(if installed). Button 2 also unlocks the doors when the system is in Valet Mode.
Button 3 Activates the Auxiliary 1 output normally used for trunk release (note trunk icon on button).
Button 4 Activates the Remote Start feature.
Button 5 is the Confirmation, Programming and the Page Shift button. Quickly pressing button 5 will activate
the Page 2 function. Pressing button 5 for 2 seconds activates the system’s confirmation feature which
will then display the current status of the system (armed, disarmed, engine running, etc.).
Page 2
Button 1 Silently Arms*/Locks the system.
( * press and release button 5 then press button 1)
Button 2 Silently Disarms*/Unlocks the system. ( * press and release button 5 then press button 2)
Button 3 Activates the Auxiliary 2 output.
( * press and release button 5 then press button 3)
Button 4 Aux 3 or Factory Rearm output.
( * press and release button 5 then press button 4)
Button 5 not used
Page 3 & 4 are used as Page 1 & 2 for second car operation
System Confirmation
The 2-way transmitter's confirmation feature allows the current vehicle status to be displayed at any time.
To display system status:
1. Press and hold Button 5 until the display shows CONFIRM.
· The transmitter will beep once.
2. Release Button 5.
· The transmitter will beep once.
· The panel will display the current system status.
Precision- Page 2 -
PAGER PARAMETERS SETTING
Press and hold Buttons 2 and 3 until pager program features are displayed.
Select pager setting by pressing buttons 1 or 2 to highlight the pager. Press button 3 to select the pager.
Setting Date & Time
Select Time Date setting by pressing buttons 1 or 2 to highlight the feature. Press button 3 to select it.
TIME DATE
START TIME
ALARM CLOCK
SOUND ON
BACK
Use buttons 1 & 2 to highlight the parameter you wish to change, use buttons 3 & 4 to scroll up or down
to chage the time or date. Save the changes by pressing button 5.
11/14
12:00P
TIME: 04:12P
DATE: 11/24
Setting AutoStart Time
Select Start Time setting by pressing buttons 1 or 2 to highlight the feature. Press button 3 to select it.
TIME DATE
START TIME
ALARM CLOCK
SOUND ON
BACK
Enable/Disable Auto Start
Select Auto Start on/off by pressing button 3.
Symbol is displayed if the Auto Start feature when enabled.
START SET
AUTO ST ON
TIME: 08:00A
Precision Pro - Page 3
Use buttons 1 & 2 to highlight the time parameter you wish to change, use buttons 3 & 4 to scroll up or
down to chage the time. Save the changes by pressing button 5.
START SET
AUTO ST ON
TIME: 08:00A
Setting Alarm Clock
Select Alarm setting by pressing buttons 1 or 2 to highlight the feature. Press button 3 to select it.
TIME DATE
START TIME
ALARM CLOCK
SOUND ON
BACK
Enable/Disable Alarm
Select Alarm Clock on/off by pressing button 3.
CLOCK ALARM
ALARM ON
TIME: 08:00A
Use buttons 1 & 2 to highlight the time parameter you wish to change, use buttons 3 & 4 to scroll up or
down to chage the time. Save the changes by pressing button 5.
CLOCK ALARM
ALARM ON
TIME: 08:00A
Symbol is displayed when Alarm Clock is enabled.
Selecting Sound/Vibration
Select Sound/Vibration setting by pressing buttons 1 or 2 to highlight the feature. Press button 3 to select
it.
TIME DATE
START TIME
ALARM CLOCK
SOUND ON
BACK
Page 4 - Precision Pro
Return to Previous Screen
Select Previous Screen by pressing buttons 1 or 2 to highlight the feature. Press button 3 to select it.
TIME DATE
START TIME
ALARM CLOCK
SOUND ON
BACK
Set System Parameters
Press and hold Buttons 2 and 3 until pager program features are displayed.
Select system setting by pressing buttons 1 or 2 to highlight the pager. Press button 3 to select the
system features.
Siren Chirp Enable/Disable
Select Siren Chirp setting by pressing buttons 1 or 2 to highlight the feature. Press button 3 to select it.
SIREN CHIRP
PASSIVE ARM
COLD TEMP
HOT TEMP
BACK
Sytem Responce
FEATURE ON
Passive Arm Enable/Disable
Select Passive Arm setting by pressing buttons 1 or 2 to highlight the feature. Press button 3 to select it.
SIREN CHIRP
PASSIVE ARM
COLD TEMP
HOT TEMP
BACK
Sytem Responce
FEATURE ON
Page 5 - Color Remote
Setting AutoStart Cold Temperature Threshold
Select Cold Temp start setting by pressing buttons 1 or 2 to highlight the feature. Press button 3 to select
it.
SIREN CHIRP
PASSIVE ARM
COLD TEMP
HOT TEMP
BACK
Use buttons 3 & 4 to scroll up or down to chage the temperature threshold. Save the changes by
pressing button 5.
AUTOSTART
SET
COLD TEMP
TEMP: - 11oF
Security system responce
Setting AutoStart Hot Temperature Threshold
Select Cold Temp Time setting by pressing buttons 1 or 2 to highlight the feature. Press button 3 to
select it.
SIREN CHIRP
PASSIVE ARM
COLD TEMP
HOT TEMP
BACK
Use buttons 3 & 4 to scroll up or down to chage the temperature threshold. Save the changes by
pressing button 5.
AUTOSTART
SET
HOT TEMP
TEMP: 110oF
Security system responce
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Synchronize System and Pager Clocks
Select Clock Sync setting by pressing buttons 1 or 2 to highlight the pager. Press button 3 to select the
pager.
Pager Clock Sync
This feature synchronizes the pager clock to the security system time of a day clock.
Select Pager Clock Sync by pressing buttons 1 or 2 to highlight the feature. Press button 3 to select it.
PGR CLK SYNC
SYS CLK SYNC
START 1 TIME
START 2 TIME
EXIT
AUTO
CLOCK SET
Security system responce
System Clock Sync
This feature synchronizes the system clock to the pager time of a day clock.
Select Sytem Clock Sync by pressing buttons 1 or 2 to highlight the feature. Press button 3 to select it.
PGR CLK SYNC
SYS CLK SYNC
START 1 TIME
START 2 TIME
EXIT
SYSTEM
CLOCK SET
Security system responce
Start Time 1
This feature sets the system Autostart 1 time.
Select Sytem Clock Sync by pressing buttons 1 or 2 to highlight the feature. Press button 3 to select it.
PGR CLK SYNC
SYS CLK SYNC
START 1 TIME
START 2 TIME
EXIT
START 1 SET
SET TIME
TIME: 8:00A
Use buttons 1 & 2 to highlight hours or minutes, use buttons 3 & 4 to scroll up or down to chage the
time.
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START 1 SET
SET TIME
TIME: 8:00A
Use buttons 1 & 2 to highlight Set Time press button 3.
AUTOSTART 1
TIME: 8:00A
The security system responce.
Start Time 2
This feature sets the system Autostart 2 time.
Select Sytem Clock Sync by pressing buttons 1 or 2 to highlight the feature. Press button 3 to select it.
PGR CLK SYNC
SYS CLK SYNC
START 1 TIME
START 2 TIME
EXIT
Use buttons 1 & 2 to highlight hours or minutes, use buttons 3 & 4 to scroll up or down to chage the
time.
START 2 SET
SET TIME
TIME: 8:00A
Use buttons 1 & 2 to highlight Set Time press button 3.
START 2 SET
SET TIME
TIME: 8:00A
The security system responce.
AUTOSTART 2
TIME: 8:00A
Recall Alarm History
11/16
3:10P
Select Alarm History by pressing buttons 3 or 4 to highlight the feature. Press button 1 to select it.
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Programmable Functions using the Color Remote
Pressing and holding transmitter button 5 will scroll through several transmitter programmable
options - TEMPERATURE, ENABLE COLD START, ENABLE HOT START, VALET MODE,
ENABLE AUTOSTART 1, ENABLE AUTOSTART 2.
TEMPERATURE Check the temperature inside the vehicle
1. Press and hold Button 5 until the display shows TEMPERATURE
2. Release Button 5.
· The transmitter will beep four times.
ENABLE COLD START Auto Start Cold Temperature Activation Mode.
1. Press and hold Button 5 until the display shows ENABLE COLD START.
2. Release Button 5.
· The transmitter will beep.
· The display will show Auto Start Cold Temperature setting.
3. Press and hold Button 5 until the display shows CONFIRM.
4. Release Button 5.
· The transmitter will beep.
· The display will show "FEATURE ON" indicating that Auto Start Cold Temperature Activation
Mode is enabled.
ENABLE HOT START Auto Start Cold Temperature Activation Mode.
1. Press and hold Button 5 until the display shows ENABLE HOT START.
2. Release Button 5.
· The transmitter will beep.
· The display will show Auto Start Cold Temperature setting.
3. Press and hold Button 5 until the display shows CONFIRM.
4. Release Button 5.
· The transmitter will beep.
· The display will show "FEATURE ON" indicating that Auto Start Cold Temperature Activation
Mode is enabled.
VALET MODE Valet mode function sets and resets the security system valet mode.
** this function is enabled only when the system is disarmed/ unlocked.
Set or reset the Valet mode:
1. Press and hold Button 5 until the display shows VALET or DISARM.
· The transmitter will beep.
2. Release Button 5.
· The display will show VALET MODE .
· The transmitter will beep twice and the siren will chirp twice if the Valet
mode was reset. The symbol.
ENABLE AUTOSTART 1, ENABLE AUTOSTART 2
1. Press and hold Button 5 until the display shows ENABLE AUTOSTART 1 or
AUTOSTART 1
ENABLE AUTOSTART 2
TIME: 8:00A
2. Release Button 5.
· The transmitter will beep.
· The display will show Auto Start 1 or 2 time setting.
AUTOSTART 2
3. Press and hold Button 5 until the display shows CONFIRM.
TIME: 5:00P
4. Release Button 5.
· The transmitter will beep.
· The display will show "FEATURE ON" indicating that Auto Start 1 or 2 Activation
Mode is enabled.
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Transmitter Lockout
ADDITIONAL FUNCTION
Press and hold buttons 2 & 4 simultanously for 3
seconds to lockout the transmitter against accidental
transmission.
Release Transmitter Lockout
Press and hold buttons 2 & 4 simultanously for 3 seconds
to release the transmitter from Lockout.
Out of Range Report
pager report if no responce from the unit.
ICONS
Transmitter
Locked
Transmitter
Unlocked
Alarm
Warnaway
Temperature
Set
Temperature
read
Page 10 - Color Remote
Ring
Valet
Alarm Sensor
Alarm Trunk
Engine Start
Engine Start
Disarmed
Alarm Hood
Engine Run
Armed
Alarm Door
Engine Stoped
Pager Status Display
Time: time of day clock
Date/Engine Run Timer: date, or engine run minute timer if remote start activated (20 min
max).
Battery Status: displays remaining battery life.
Wakeup Alarm: displays Wakeup alarm enabled
Autostart: Remote Start Autostart enabled
Transmit: Pager transmission in progress
time
date/engine run timer
11/16
3:10P
System Status
Battery
status
wakeup
alarm
enabled
autostart
enabled
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Remote Transmitters
Standard Remote Transmitter Description
LED
Button 1
Button 2
Button 3
Button 4
Button 5
The Precision 5500, 2200 Series is supplied with one 5-button Remote Transmitter that is used to control
the system’s operations.
Note: Using the optional PC or Pocket PC interface with the network software, it is possible to reconfigure
the functionality of the transmitter buttons. The standard (default) setting for operation of the transmitters
is described below.
Button 1 Arms* and Locks the system and when held for 5 seconds, activates the system’s Panic feature.
Button 1 also locks the doors when the system is in Valet Mode.
Button 2 Disarms* and Unlocks the system. Pressing Button 2 again operates the Passenger Unlock feature
(if installed). Button 2 also unlocks the doors when the system is in Valet Mode.
Button 3 Activates the Auxiliary 1 output. This output will remain on for as long as the button is pressed.
Button 4 Activates the Remote Start feature.
Button 5 is the Page Shift button. Each time the Shift Button is pressed, the LED on the transmitter will
illuminate and the transmitter functions will shift to the next page, allowing access to another set of
features. Once shifted to another page (there are 4 pages total), the transmitter will remain on that page
for 10 seconds or until a button is pressed, then it will return to page 1. Under normal operation, only
pages 1 and 2 are used. Pages 3 and 4 are usually used for Two Car Operation (see page 3) or optional
expansion modules.
Shift then Button 1 Arms*/Locks the system silently.
Shift then Button 2 Disarms*/Unlocks the system silently.
Shift then Button 3 Activates the Auxiliary 2 output. This output will remain on for as long as the button
is pressed.
Shift then Button 4 Activates the Auxiliary 3/Factory rearm output.
press and release 3 times Shift then Button 3 Activates the Auxiliary 4
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Precision
Adding/Replacing Standard Remote Transmitters
To replace lost or stolen transmitters or to add additional transmitters into the system, have all desired
transmitters ready and follow the steps below.
Note: Up to 4 one-way transmitters can be programmed to operate the system. Any previously stored
transmitter will be erased if it is not programed within the following sequence
To program the transmitter(s):
1. Turn the ignition key On, Off, On, Off, and back On. (Key On 3 times)
· 3 seconds later The siren*/horn will chirp/honk 3 times.
2. Press and hold the Override switch for 5 seconds.
· The siren*/horn will chirp/honk 5 times.
· The LED will illuminate.
3. Press Button 1 on the first transmitter.
· The siren*/horn will chirp/honk once.
4. Repeat step 3 for each transmitter (up to 4).
6. Turn off the ignition key.
Two Car Operation
If two vehicles are equipped with the Precision 5500 and/or 2200 Series systems, for convenience both can
be operated using the same remote transmitter. If all four transmitters are to be used with both cars,
program transmitters A and B into the first vehicle in the manner described above. Program transmitters
C and D by pressing the Shift button twice before performing steps 3 and 4 above.
When finished programming the first vehicle, program transmitters C and D into the second vehicle as
normal, then program transmitters A and B by pressing the Shift button twice before performing steps 3
and 4 above.
When programmed in this manner, the driver of the first car can also operate the second vehicle by pressing
the Shift button twice and the desired function button.
Battery Replacement
Your Remote Transmitter uses two 3 volt lithium batteries (type CR2016), which will require
replacement in time. Depending on the amount of use, the batteries may last up to six months
or more before they need replacement.
In order to change the battery, first remove the screw from the back of the transmitter and separate the
top and bottom halves of the case. While replacing the battery make sure that the positive and negative
terminals are positioned correctly, then carefully reassemble the transmitter case.
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2-way LCD Remote Transmitter Description
Button 1
Button 2
Button 3
Button 4
Button 5
The Precision 5500 and 2200 are supplied with a 2-way LCD remote transmitter, offering increased range
and confirmation of any activated features.
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Button 1 Arms* and Locks the system and when held for 5 seconds, activates the system’s Panic feature.
Button 1 also locks the doors when the system is in Valet Mode.
Button 2 Disarms* and Unlocks the system. Pressing Button 2 again operates the Passenger Unlock feature
(if installed). Button 2 also unlocks the doors when the system is in Valet Mode.
Button 3 Activates the Auxiliary 1 output normally used for trunk release (note trunk icon on button).
Button 4 Activates the Remote Start feature.
Button 5 is the Confirmation, Programming and the Page Shift button. Quickly pressing button 5 will activate
the Page 2 function. Pressing button 5 for 2 seconds activates the system’s confirmation feature which will
then display the current status of the system (armed, disarmed, engine running, etc.).
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Button 1 Silently Arms*/Locks the system.
Button 2 Silently Disarms*/Unlocks the system.
Button 3 Activates the Auxiliary 2 output.
Button 4 Aux 3 or Factory Rearm output.
Button 5 Not Implemented.
Page 3 & 4 are used as Page 1 & 2 for second car operation
Adding/Replacing 2-way LCD Transmitters
When adding a 2-way LCD transmitter to the system ( maximun of two LCD Transmitters total) Any
previously stored transmitter will be erased if it is not programed within the following sequence.
follow these steps:
1. Turn the ignition key On, Off, On, Off, On, Off, and back On. (Key On 4 times)
· 3 seconds Later the siren*/horn will chirp/honk 4 times.
2. Press and hold the Override switch for 5 seconds .
· The siren*/horn will chirp/honk 4 times.
· The LED will illuminate.
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3. Press and release Button 1 on the first transmitter, then on the second transmitter.
· The siren*/horn will chirp/honk once for every transmitter learned.
4. Turn off the ignition key.
5. The siren*/horn will chirp/honk 3 times to indicate the system has exited programming mode.
LCD Transmitter Battery Replacement
Your Precision Remote Transmitter uses a 1.5 volt AAA alkaline battery, which will require replacement in
time. Depending on the amount of use, the battery may last up to 3 months before it needs replacement.
When the battery needs replacing, the system’s operating range will decrease, the LCD display will show
only one of three bars in the battery icon, or the display and sounds may suddenly stop and start as the
battery voltage drops below minimum.
In order to change the battery, first slide the battery door locking pin to the side. Carefully slide the battery
cover downward until it is free. While replacing the battery make sure that the positive and negative
terminals are positioned correctly, then carefully reassemble the transmitter case.
Setting The Time
The LCD display is equipped with a 12-hour clock that in addition to displaying the time, offers an alarm
clock function as well as a remote activation timer.
To set the time:
1. Press and hold Buttons 2 and 3 for three seconds.
· The remote will beep two times and three bars will be shown indicating time set mode is entered.
2. Press and release Button 2 until the correct hour is displayed. (hold button to scroll).
3. Press and release Button 3 until the desired minute is displayed. (hold button to scroll).
4. When the desired time is displayed, press Button 5 to store.
· The remote will beep 3 times to indicate the time has been set.
Setting The Alarm Clock
The alarm clock function can be set to play an alert melody at a specific time of day.
To set the alarm clock function:
1. Press and hold Buttons 2 and 3 until the remote beeps three times.
· The alarm clock bell and three bars will be shown indicating alarm clock set mode is entered.
2. Press Button 2 until the desired hour is displayed.
3. Press Button 3 until the desired minute is displayed. The button may be held down to scroll faster.
4. When the desired time is displayed, press Button 5 to store.
· The remote will beep 3 times to indicate the alarm clock has been set.
To disable the alarm clock function:
1. Press and hold Buttons 2 and 3 until the remote beeps three times.
· The alarm clock bell and three bars will be shown indicating alarm clock set mode is entered.
2. Press Button 1 to disable the alarm clock.
· The remote will beep 3 times and show OFF to indicate the alarm clock has been disabled.
Setting The Daily Start Function ( transmitter must be within 1500ft to reliably start)
The Daily Start Function provides a timer that allows the vehicle to automatically remote start at a preset
time of day.
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To set the daily start feature:
1. Press and hold Buttons 2 and 3 until the remote beeps four times.
· The fan and clock will be shown indicating daily start mode is entered.
2. Press Button 2 until the desired hour is displayed.
3. Press Button 3 until the desired minute is displayed. The button may be held down to scroll faster.
4. When the desired time is displayed, press Button 5 to store.
· The remote will beep 3 times to indicate the daily start function has been set.
To disable the daily start feature:
1. Press and hold Buttons 2 and 3 until the remote beeps four times.
· The fan and clock will be shown indicating daily start mode is entered.
2. Press Button 1 to disable the daily start function.
· The remote will beep 3 times to indicate the daily start function has been disabled.
Setting The Automatic Cold Start Temperature (2 step procedure, for second step see page 7 under co)
The Automatic Cold Start setting sets the temperature threshold. If automatic start is set to cold temperature setting,the
starter will activate every 2 or 4 hours if the temperature drops bellow the set value.
1. Press and hold Buttons 2 and 3 until the remote beeps five times.
· co will be shown indicating automatic cold start temperature set mode is entered.
2. Press Button 2 to increase the temerature.
3. Press Button 3 to decrease the temperature.
4. When the desired temperature is displayed, press Button 1 to store the value.
· The remote will display the temperature and beep 3 times then 4 times to indicate the set temperature.
Setting The Automatic Hot Start Temperature (2 step procedure, for second step see page 7 under ho )
The Automatic Hot Start setting sets the temperature threshold. If automatic start is set to hot temperature setting, the
starter will activate every 2 or 4 hours if the temperature rises above the set value.
1. Press and hold Buttons 2 and 3 until the remote beeps six times.
· ho will be shown indicating automatic hot start temperature set mode is entered.
2. Press Button 2 to increase the temerature.
3. Press Button 3 to decrease the temperature.
4. When the desired temperature is displayed, press Button 1 to store the value.
· The remote will display the set temperature and beep 3 times then 4 times to indicate the set temperature.
LCD Backlight
Transmitter Button 5 is used for confirmation, transmitter programming, as well as activation of the LCD
backlighting for use in the dark. Press and release button 5 momentarily to activate the LCD backlight.
System Confirmation
The 2-way transmitter's confirmation feature allows the current vehicle status to be displayed at any time.
To display system status:
1. Press and hold Button 5 until the display shows CON.
· The transmitter will beep once.
2. Release Button 5.
· The transmitter will beep once.
· The LCD panel will display the current system status.
Programmable Functions using the LCD Transmitter
Pressing and holding transmitter button 5 will scroll through several transmitter programmable options dEG, CHP, snd, PSV, VAL, CO and hO.
dEG Check the temperature inside the vehicle
1. Press and hold Button 5 until the display shows DEG
·The transmitter will beep twice.
2. Release Button 5.
· The transmitter will beep four times.
· The LCD panel will display the temperature inside the vehicle
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CHP Set the siren*/horn confirmation chirps*/honks ON or OFF:
1. Press and hold Button 5 until the display shows CHP.
·The transmitter will beep three times.
2. Release Button 5.
· The transmitter will beep once.
· The LCD panel will show a siren if the chirps*/honks are enabled or "off" if the chirps*/honks are
disabled.
snd sound function selects the transmitter's confirmation mode - Tone or Vibration mode.
Set the transmitter confirmation tones ON or OFF:
1. Press and hold Button 5 until the display shows SND.
· The transmitter will beep four times.
2. Release Button 5.
· The transmitter will beep once.
· The LCD transmitter will beep 5 times and display “on” if the sounds are enabled or vibrate and
display "off" for the Remote to vibrate.
PSV* passive mode function enables or disables the security systems passive arming mode.
Enable or disable the passive arming mode:
1. Press and hold Button 5 until the display shows PSV.
· The transmitter will beep five times.
2. Release Button 5.
· The transmitter will beep once.
· The LCD panel will play a tone and display “on” if enabled or "off" if disabled.
VLT Valet mode function sets and resets the security system valet mode.
** this function is enabled only when the system is disarmed/ unlocked.
Set or reset the Valet mode:
1. Press and hold Button 5 until the display shows VLT.
· The transmitter will beep six times.
2. Release Button 5.
· The LCD panel will play a tone and the siren*/horn will chirp/honk once if the Valet mode was set
and the symbol “V" will be displayed indicating that the system is in Valet mode.
· The transmitter will beep twice and the siren will chirp twice if the Valet mode was reset. The symbol
“V" will turn off indicating that the security system is out of Valet mode.
O Auto Start Cold Temperature Activation Mode.
C
1. Press and hold Button 5 until the display shows CO.
· The transmitter will beep 7 times.
2. Release Button 5.
· The transmitter will beep once.
· The LCD panel will show Auto Start Cold Temperature setting.
3. Press and hold Button 5 until the display shows CON.
4. Release Button 5.
· The transmitter will beep once.
· The LCD panel will show "ON" indicating that Auto Start Cold Temperature Activation
Mode is enabled.
O Auto Start Hot Temperature Activation Mode.
h
1. Press and hold Button 5 until the display shows hO.
· The transmitter will beep 8 times.
Repeat steps 2-4 above.
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2. Release Button 5.
· The transmitter will beep once.
· The LCD panel will show Auto Start Hot Temperature setting.
3. Press and hold Button 5 until the display shows CON.
4. Release Button 5.
· The transmitter will beep once.
· The LCD panel will show "ON" indicating that Auto Start Hot Temperature Activation
Mode is enabled
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System Operation
Remote Arming*/Locking
The system monitors 5 independent areas (zones) while armed: doors, hood/ trunk, shock sensor, optional
sensor input, and the network port for future expansion.*
To Arm* and Lock the System:
1. Turn off the ignition.
2. Press Button 1.
· The siren*/horn will chirp/honk once.
· The doors will lock.( if the keyless entry feature was installed)
· The parking lights will flash once.
· The LED will turn ON, to indicate the starter defeat is activated.*
3. 10 seconds after Arming*/ Locking:
· The LED will start blinking to indicate that the doors, hood, trunk and sensor inputs are being
monitored.* On the Precision 2200 series, the flashing LED light is used as a theft deterrent.
* During Arming, if the system detects a bad sensor or an open zone, the system will chirp 4 additional
times and ignore that input, but keep all other areas protected.
Once Armed, the alarm will trigger when any of the following occurs:*
· The doors are opened.
· The hood or trunk is opened.
· The shock sensor detects an impact to the vehicle.
· An optional sensor is disturbed.
When the alarm triggers, the siren will sound, the horn will honk, and the parking lights will flash. If
the system is triggered by the doors, hood, or trunk, the system will alarm for 45 seconds. If triggered
by the sensor inputs, the system will alarm for 30 seconds.
In the event the alarm is triggered and remains triggered continuously by the same sensor or input
during a single arming cycle, that sensor or input will be automatically bypassed until the next time
the system is armed.
If the Shock Sensor detects a light impact to the vehicle the siren will chirp 5 times as a warning
indication.
Remote Disarming*/Unlocking
To Disarm and Unlock the System:
Press Button 2.
· The siren*/horn will chirp/honk twice.
· The doors will unlock.( if the keyless entry feature was installed)
· The parking lights will flash twice.
· The dome light will turn on.**
· The LED will turn off.
* During Disarming, if the system was triggered while away from the vehicle, the siren will chirp 3 times and the LED
will flash to indicate triggered zone. See Tamper Alert for zone listing.
** If the Optional Dome Light Activation feature is installed.
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* Tamper Alert
If the system was triggered while away, the LED will flash to indicate which zone triggered the system after
disarming and turning on the ignition. The LED indication will repeat 5 times.
LED Flashes:
1 flash
2 flashes
3 flashes
4 flashes
6 flashes
=
=
=
=
=
optional sensor
shock sensor
network based sensor
door
hood/trunk
example: flash-flash-pause-flash-flash-pause = shock sensor
Silent Arming/Disarming
The Precision 5500 and 2200 Series system can be programmed to operate the system without Arm*/Lock
and Disarm*/Unlock chirp/honk confirmations. When programmed for full-time silent operation, the siren
will sound only when the system is triggered.*
The system is also capable of temporary silent operation if desired. Pressing the Shift button before
Arming*/Locking or Disarming*/Unlocking, the system will bypass the chirp/honk confirmations and allow
one-time silent operation.
Note: The open zone warning chirps will not be bypassed when the system is Armed or Disarmed silently.*
* Passive Arming
When programmed for the optional Passive Arming feature, the system arms itself automatically, each time
the ignition is turned off and all of the doors, hood, and trunk are closed.
To start the Passive Arming Process:
1. Turn off the ignition.**
2. Open the door and exit the vehicle.
· Once all doors are closed and the dome light is off, the LED will begin flashing rapidly.
· The parking lights will flash twice indicating the Passive Arming sequence has begun.
3. After 30 seconds,
· The siren will chirp.
· The parking lights will flash.
· The doors will lock.***
· The status LED will begin flashing.
4. The system is now armed.
** The ignition must have been on for at least 5 seconds
*** If the Passive Locking feature is selected.
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Panic Mode
In the event of an emergency, the transmitter’s remote Panic feature can be used to instantly trigger the
alarm*/panic feature.
To activate the Panic Mode:
1. Press and hold Button 1 for 5 seconds.
· The alarm will sound.
· The parking lights will flash.
· The doors will unlock** allowing access to the vehicle.
2. Press Button 1 or 2 to stop Panic Mode.
* If the ignition is on when the Panic feature is activated, the doors will lock for personal safety.
If not deactivated using Button 1 or 2, the Panic Mode will automatically exit after 30 seconds and the
system will be restored to its previous Armed*/Lock or Disarmed*/Unlocked state.
* Emergency Override
If the transmitter becomes lost or inoperable, the system can still be disarmed using the following
procedure. Before beginning this procedure be sure to have the ignition key ready and know the location
of the override switch.
To Emergency Override the system:
1. Unlock the door using the key.
2. Enter the vehicle.
· The system will trigger and the siren will sound.
3. Turn the ignition switch to the on position.
4. Press and hold the override switch until the alarm turns off (approximetly 10sec)
· The system will disarm.
5. The vehicle will now be able to start.
Anti-Carjacking Protection
For a higher level of personal security, the system is equipped with three programmable AntiCarjacking modes. When any Anti-Carjacking mode is triggered, the parking lights will flash twice
to confirm activation. After 90 seconds the siren will begin chirping for 15 seconds as a warning,
prior to entering full alarm mode. During the full alarm mode, the siren will sound, the parking
lights will flash, and the horn will honk for up to five minutes or until the system is reset.
Manual. When selected, pressing Button 4 of one way remote, or page button 4 of the LCD remote, with the
ignition ON will automatically trigger the Anti-Carjacking feature. Press the Button again to reset the Manual
Anti-Carjacking mode.
Passive. When selected, the Anti-Carjacking feature will activate whenever a door is opened while the
ignition is on. Press the Valet switch 1 time to reset the Passive Anti-Carjacking mode.
Full-Time. When selected, the Anti-Carjacking feature will automatically activate each time the ignition is
turned on. Press the Valet switch 1 time while the ignition is on to reset the Passive Anti-Carjacking mode.
Note: The desired Anti-carjacking mode must be programmed during installation.
* Optional Coded Emergency Override
As an extra measure of security, the Precision 5500 Series is equipped with an optional Coded Emergency
Override feature. Once an Emergency Override Code is chosen and programmed during installation, the
system can no longer be disarmed using the standard override procedure.
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To Emergency Override the system using the Code:
1. Follow steps 1-3 above.
2. Press the override switch a number of times equal to the Disarm code chosen, and continue
holding for 10 seconds on the last press.
· The system will disarm. If the code is entered incorrectly, turn off the ignition and begin again.
To set the Emergency Override Code:
1. Turn on ignition.
2. Within 5 seconds, press the valet switch 5 times.
· The siren will provide one long chirp, indicating that you have entered Programming.
3. Press the valet switch 4 times.
· The siren will chirp each time the valet switch is pressed.
4. Within 5 seconds, press Button 3 on the transmitter.
· The siren will chirp 3 times.
5. Press the valet switch the number of time equal to the desired code (from 1-15).
6. Turn off the ignition then arm the system.
7. Disarm the system using the new Override Code to permanently store the new code.
Note: If the code set procedure is not properly performed, turn off the ignition and begin again. The override code will not
be permanently stored until the code is used to disarm the system.
* Automatic Rearming
The Automatic Rearming feature is designed to protect the vehicle in the event the system is accidentally
disarmed. With the Automatic Rearming feature enabled, the alarm will automatically rearm and lock 30
seconds after disarming. Automatic Rearming feature will be temporarily bypassed until the next arming
cycle if the ignition is turned on.
Valet Mode
The Valet Mode temporarily disables the Security* and/or Remote Start System
operated by a mechanic or parking attendant.
To activate the Valet Mode:
1. Turn on the ignition.
2. Press and hold the override switch for 5 seconds.
· The siren*/horn will chirp/honk once and the LED light will stay ON to
is on.
3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 to deactivate Valet Mode
· The siren*/horn will chirp/honk twice and the LED light will turn off to
is off.
3. Turn off the ignition.
While in Valet Mode the remote transmitters will continue to lock and unlock the
optional auxiliary functions.
DRIVER CALLING/PAGE FEATURE
so the vehicle may be
confirm the Valet Mode
confirm the Valet Mode
doors, and operate the
The Presicion 5500 and 2200 Series is equipped with a driver calling or paging feature that allows the
system to send a page to the LCD transmitter in the event the transmitter has been misplaced or lost
(within 1500 feet)
To activate the DRIVER CALLING/PAGE feature:
1.Locate the Call/ Valet/ Emergency override button in your vehicle (Ask your installation shop)
· With the ignition switch OFF, press and hold the Call/ Valet/ Emergency override button for 2
seconds, then release.
· The LCD transmitter will beep continually and the “DRIVER CALLING” icon will appear
· Press and release button 5 to turn off transmitter page.
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Remote Start Features
Remote Starting
To Remote Start the System:
1. Be sure the system is not in Valet Mode.
2. Press and hold Button 4 for three seconds.
· The parking lights will flash 4 times and turn on.
· The siren*/horn will chirp/honk 4 times.( if enabled, see page 23 branch 9 for 5500 Series)
( if enabled, see page 25 branch 22 for 2200Series)
· The engine will start and run for the duration of its programmed Run Time.**
· The heater or air conditioner will turn on (if turned on prior to exiting the vehicle).
**If the engine fails to start on the first attempt, it will repeat the starting procedure 2 more times. If the vehicle
fails to start after a total of 3 times the parking lights will flash 4 times and the doors will lock (if installed).
Turn on the ignition and press the brake pedal to disengage the remote start feature and drive the vehicle.
Shut Down
When the the Remote Start feature is active, any of the following actions will shut down the engine:
1. Pressing Button 4.
· After the engine shuts down the doors will lock (if installed).
2. Pressing the Brake Pedal.
3. Opening the Hood.
4. Remote Start Time-Out (completion of the timed run cycle).
Quick Stop
The Quick Stop Feature allows you to exit the vehicle while keeping the engine running for quick stops.
To leave the vehicle running:
2. While the engine is running push the Remote Start button on the Remote Transmitter.
· The parking lights will turn On.
4. Remove the key from the ignition switch.
5. You may now exit the vehicle and lock the doors manually or by using the Remote Transmitter
To resume control of the vehicle:
1. Unlock the doors manually or by pressing the Disarm*/ Unlock Button on the Remote Transmitter.
2. Turn on the ignition.
3. Press the Brake Pedal to disengaged the remote start.
· The parking lights will turn Off.
*If optional keyless entry feature is installed.
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Automatic Start Mode
Automatic Start feature has three modes that will start the vehicle every one or two hours.
1. Timer Only Mode (Oprates for 24 hour priod only) (factory default)
The Automatic Start feature starts the vehicle automatically every one or two hours and runs for
the preset Run Time. (15 or 25 min)
Auto Start On Timer Mode:
1. Turn Ignition switch Off and wait for 3 seconds.
2. Turn Ignition switch On and Off three times ending with Ignition in Off position
3. Press the Valet switch immediatly after.
parking lights will flash indicating that the Auto Start mode has been activated.
2. Low Temperature Start Mode**
The Automatic Start feature starts the vehicle automatically for a preset Run Time every one or two
hours if the temperature in the vehicle drops bellow the preset value (factory default -15oF).
3. High Temperature Start Mode (Oprates for 24 hour priod only)**
The Automatic Start feature starts the vehicle automatically for a preset Run Time every one or two
hours if the temperature in the vehicle exceeds the preset value (factory default 138oF).
** See the 2-way LCD Remote Transmitter section for Auto Start Cold or Hot Temperature Activation.
To disable Auto Start function
Do one of the following:
· Turn ignition On.
· Arm*/Lock and then Disarm*/Unlock the system
· Alarm* or Panic the system
Time of day Auto Start Mode (Oprates for 24 hour priod only)
Precision Pro internal real time clock has two settings to autostart on a preset time. This feature is enabled only using the
color remote pager. Please refer to the System Clock Sync START Time setting of the manual to set the time. And Set
System Parameters ENABLE AUTOSTART 1, ENABLE AUTOSTART 2.
Turbo Timer Feature
The optional Turbo Timer feature allows vehicles with turbocharged engines to remain running after the
ignition key is removed, for proper cool-down of the turbocharger. The Turbo Timer feature requires
connection to the vehicle’s parking brake wire.
To activate the Turbo Timer feature:
1. Leave the engine running after parking the vehicle.
2. Set the vehicle’s parking brake.
· The Turbo Timer will begin a two-minute run cycle to allow the turbocharger to cool down.
3. Turn OFF the ignition and exit the vehicle.
To deactivate the Turbo Timer feature:
1. Press and hold the brake pedal.
2. Release the emergency/parking brake.
3. Re-apply the vehicle’s parking brake.
· The Turbo Timer countdown will automatically stop and the engine will shutdown.
WARNING: the Turbo Timer feature is not intended for use inside garages or other non-ventilated areas.
Make sure to deactivate the Turbo Timer feature when parking in such areas.
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Manual Transmission Remote Start Features
Model: Precision 5500-M
Precision 2200-M
1234-
Tach wire must be connected , The system must learn RPM.
Hand brake must be connected.
Door trigger must be connected
Clutch override installed NOTE: MUST USE RELAY, SEE PAGE 28.
Remote Starting
With engine running and Hand-brake engaged put the vehicle transmission in neutral and remove the
foot from the brake pedal, press the remote start button on your transmitter, parking lights will flash
twice indicating Manual Start Mode is enabled, turn off the Ignition switch, the engine will remain
running. Open and close the door, the system will shut the engine Off. Using the remote Control,
Arm*/Lock the vehicle. Vehicle is now ready for remote start operation.
Starter Ready Mode is canceled any time the door is opened; hand brake is released or any
other error condition.
To Remote Start the System:
1. Be sure the system is not in Valet Mode.
2. Press and hold Button 4 for three seconds.
· The parking lights will turn on.
· The LED will flash rapidly.
· The engine will start and run for the duration of its programmed Run Time.**
· The heater or air conditioner will turn on (if turned on prior to exiting the vehicle).
**If the engine fails to start on the first attempt, it will repeat the starting procedure 2 more times. If the vehicle
fails to start after a total of 3 times the parking lights will flash 4 times and the doors will lock (if installed).
Turn on the ignition and press the brake pedal to disengage the remote start feature and drive the vehicle.
Shut Down
When the the Remote Start feature is active, any of the following actions will shutdown the engine:
1. Pressing Button 4.
· After the engine shuts down the doors will lock (if installed).
2.
3.
4.
5.
Pressing the Brake Pedal.
Opening the Hood.
Remote Start Time-Out (completion of the timed run cycle).
Emergency Brake Off.
Turbo Timer Inhibit
With the engine running, apply the parking brake then push the remote start button on the transmitter,
lights will flash twice. Turn off the ignition, the engine will stay running. Now push and release the the
push button switch, the siren will chirp once. The Turbo Timer feature is now canceled. Open and close
the door, engine will shut down. Vehicle is now ready for remote start.
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Extended Features
Ignition Door Locking
For added safety, the Ignition Door Locking feature allows vehicles equipped with power door lock systems
to automatically lock the doors when the ignition is turned on. If a door is open when the ignition is turned
on, the Ignition Door Locking feature is disabled to protect against locking the keys inside the vehicle.
If RPM is selected Doors will lock when engine RPM exceed 2.5 times the idle.(tach wire must be connected)
Ignition Door Unlocking
For added convenience, this feature automatically unlocks the doors after the ignition key is turned off. If
the optional Passenger Unlock feature is installed, the Ignition Door Unlocking feature can be programmed
to unlock only the driver door as a higher measure of safety, especially when children are present. The
Ignition Door Unlocking feature may also be completely disabled if desired.
Dome Light Activation
If the optional Dome Light Activation feature is installed, the dome light will turn on when the system is
disarmed using the Remote Transmitter, and remain on for 30 seconds or until the ignition is turned on.
Auxiliary Function Outputs
The Precision 5500 and 2200 Series system is equipped with 3 Auxiliary Channel Outputs allowing the
convenience features of the system to be further expanded. Aux-2 output can be programmed for pulsed,
timed, or latched operation and used to add a number of optional features such as: power trunk release,
power window activation, power sunroof control, auxiliary lighting, audio/video system control, and more.
The Pulsed operation setting allows an output to activate as long as the button is held.(1-way remote only)
The Timed operation setting allows an output to activate when the transmitter button is pressed, and
remain activated for 10 seconds or until the transmitter button is pressed again.
Note: With the optional ScyNet network interface and Wizard software, the timed output can be programmed for any time
between 1 second and 255 seconds.
The Latched operation setting allows an output to activate when the transmitter button is pressed, and
remain activated until the transmitter button is pressed again.
* Disarm with Auxiliary Function
If Auxiliary 1 is installed to activate the vehicle’s trunk release, the system can be programmed to
automatically disarm*/unlock the system when the trunk is opened using the transmitter. In this manner,
the trunk can be accessed without first disarming*/unlocking the system.
* Remote Sensor Disable
When parking the vehicle in areas susceptible to unwanted disturbance from animals or strong weather
conditions that could cause the sensors to trigger, the sensor inputs can be temporarily bypassed using the
Remote Transmitter, preventing possible false alarms.
To disable the sensor inputs :
1. Arm the system normally.
2. Within 5 seconds of Arming the system, press the Arm button again.
· The siren will chirp 5 times and the parking lights will flash 5 times to indicate the sensors are disabled.
· The sensors will remain disabled until the next arming cycle.
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System Installation
1.
2.
Thoroughly read and become familiar with the installation instructions before beginning the installation.
Review system contents:
Main Unit
1 Two-way 5 Button LCD Remote Transmitter and 1 One-Way 5 Button Remote Transmitter
Siren*
Shock Sensor*
Harnesses
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•
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•
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•
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6-Pin starter harness
20-Pin main harness
4-Pin shock sensor harness*/Auxiliary start harness.
3-Pin door lock harness
LED harness
Override Switch harness
5 Pin antenna harness
3.
4.
Verify vehicle is equipped with electronic fuel injection, and starts/idles normally before installation.
Determine if vehicle is equipped with a factory theft deterrent system and obtain proper bypass module
if required.
5. Find a location to mount the hood pin switch that will not interfere with the opening of the hood, and
is not in a position that can accumulate water. The hood pin is a safety device that must be
installed to avoid remote starting during engine servicing.
6. Verify with the owner, the mounting locations for all visible components, including the LED and Override
switch.
7. Verify with the owner, the optional features of the Precision 5500 or 2200 Series and the features that
must be programmed during installation.
8. Inspect and perform a function test of all vehicle systems before and after the installation.
9. Always use a Volt / Ohm meter for testing vehicle circuits. Never use a test light.
10. Always look before drilling any holes or mounting self-tapping screws. Be sure fuel lines and exterior
wiring looms are clear as they are often close to the chassis and difficult to see.
11. Protect all wires running from the engine compartment to the interior of the vehicle by covering with
electrical tape and split loom tubing. Be sure to use a grommet when routing wires through the
firewall.
12. Properly fuse any additional accessories such as window modules, door lock actuators, etc., making
sure to power them separate from the alarm module. This will ensure the functionality of the security
system in the event of an accessory failure.
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Mounting the Control Unit
The control unit must only be mounted in the interior of the vehicle. Do not mount the main unit in
the engine compartment. Choose a mounting location that will not be easily accessible to a thief, and
will not interfere with the operation of any vehicle components such as foot pedals, steering column,
air vents, seat rails, etc.
Do not mount the control unit until after setting the internal jumpers and performing a complete
operation check of the system. After installation is complete and performance verified, the control unit
can be easily mounted using wire ties through the mounting tabs on the bottom of the unit.
* Mounting the Siren
Choose a siren mounting location that is away from heat sources such as exhaust manifolds, and
where it cannot be easily accessed from underneath the vehicle. Be sure to face the siren
downward to prevent the collection of water in the siren’s housing.
Always route all wires from the engine compartment into the interior of the vehicle through a proper
grommet.
* Mounting the Shock Sensor
Choose a suitable interior mounting location for the shock sensor that provides ample coverage of the
vehicle. Keep the sensor away from the vehicle’s ECM or other sources of electrical interference.
Suggested mounting locations include air conditioning ducts, dashboard braces, or center console
supports.
During proper operation, the shock sensor will detect impacts to the vehicle only and will not usually
be triggered by slow rocking movements of the vehicle like those caused by wind.
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System Wiring
6-Pin Starter Harness
Pin 1 RED WIRE A: Main Power Input A (+). Connect to the battery or constant power wire at the ignition
switch with a minimum 25 Amp supply. Remove the fuse until the installation is complete and all wiring
is checked.
Pin 2 RED WIRE B: Main Power Input B (+). Connect to the battery or constant power wire at the ignition
switch with a minimum 25 Amp supply. Note: if connecting at the ignition switch it is highly
recommended to use separate power wires for each Red wire, each with a minimum 25A supply.
Remove the fuse until the installation is completed and all wiring is checked.
Pin 3 BROWN WIRE: Second Ignition Output (+). The Brown wire provides +12V for a second ignition
wire. This wire may instead be programmed for use as a second accessory or second starter wire.
Pin 4 ORANGE WIRE: Accessory Output (+). Connect to the accessory wire coming from the ignition
switch that supplies power to the heater/air-conditioner. Some cars may have multiple accessory wires.
Pin 5 YELLOW WIRE: Ignition Output (+). Connect to the main ignition wire that provides +12V when the
ignition is on and while cranking the starter.
Pin 6 VIOLET WIRE: Starter Output (+). Connect to the the vehicle’s starter wire.
16-Pin Main Harness
Pin 1 BROWN/WHITE WIRE: Horn Output (-) 500 mA. Connect to a relay to activate the vehicle’s horn
when the alarm is triggered. This wire may instead be programmed as an ignition 3 relay trigger.
Pin 2 BLUE/ORANGE WIRE: Ground When Running Output (-) 500 mA. Connect to an optional factory
security bypass module if required Or to a clutch switch bypass relay pin#86 for manual
Pin 3 GREEN/WHITE WIRE: Brake Input (+). Connect to the wire that shows +12V when pressing the
brake. The Green/white wire is a safety shutdown wire that must be connected.
Pin 4 BLACK/GRAY WIRE: Tach Input. Connect to the vehicle’s tach wire or a fuel injector wire if the
tachless mode does not provide satisfactory operation.
Pin 5 RED WIRE: Module Power Input (+). Connect to a constant source of +12V.
Pin 6 BLACK WIRE: Ground Input (-). The Black wire must connect to a solid chassis ground. Clean away
any paint or dirt to insure the best possible ground.
Pin 7 WHITE/VIOLET WIRE: Auxiliary 4 / Factory Rearm Output (-) 500 mA. White/violet wire
Auxiliary 4: Momentary output when channel is activated.
Factory Rearm Output: provides a ground output on remote start shutdown to rearm a factory security
system. Connect to the wire that requires a ground pulse to rearm the factory security system.
Pin 8 WHITE WIRE: Parking Light Output (+/-) relay. Connect the White wire to the circuit that shows
+12V or ground only when the parking lights are on and set the internal parking light relay jumper to
the proper polarity. For parking light circuits exceeding 10 amps, a relay is required. For vehicle’s with
independent left and right parking light circuits, diodes must be installed to keep the circuits separate.
NOTE: Do not connect the WHITE wire directly to the vehicle’s headlight circuit.
Pin 9 WHITE/BLACK WIRE: Hood/Trunk Pin Input (-). Connect the to the hood/trunk pin switch. The
switch must provide a ground output when switch is opened.
Pin 10 BLACK/WHITE WIRE: Dome Light Output (-) 500 mA. Connect to the wire that activates the
vehicle’s dome light, usually the door pin switch wire (see Green and Violet door trigger wires). Note:
MUST USE RELAY
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Pin 11 BROWN WIRE: Siren Output (+) 3A. The Brown wire must connect to the siren’s red wire. The
Black siren wire must be grounded.
Pin 12 VIOLET WIRE: Positive Door Input (+). Connect to the door switch circuit wire that shows +12V
when the door is open. This type of door circuit is usually found on Ford vehicles.
Pin 13 GREEN WIRE: Negative Door Input (-). Connect to the door switch circuit wire that shows ground
when the door is open.
Pin 14 WHITE/VIOLET WIRE: Factory Disarm Output (-) 500 mA. The Violet/white wire provides a
ground output on disarming and before remote starting to disarm a factory security system. Connect
to the wire that requires a ground pulse to disarm the factory security system.
Pin 15 ORANGE WIRE: Armed Output (-) 500 mA. The Orange wire provides a ground output while
armed to activate a relay for starter defeat and anti-grind protection or window rollup module.
Pin 16 WHITE/ORANGE WIRE: Parking Light 2 Output (+/-) relay. Connect the White wire to the circuit
that shows +12V or ground only when the parking lights are on and set the internal parking light
relay jumper to the proper polarity. For parking light circuits exceeding 10 amps, a relay is required.
For vehicle’s with independent left and right parking light circuits, diodes must be installed to keep
the circuits separate. NOTE: Do not connect the WHITE wire directly to the vehicle’s headlight circuit.
10-Pin Harness Located on the front of the main module.
Pin 1 ORANGE/WHITE WIRE: Disarmed Output (-) 500 mA. The wire provides a ground output while
disarmed.
Pin 2 GRAY WIRE: Auxiliary 1 Output (-) 500 mA. Connect to a relay for an optional feature such as
trunk release, etc. This output may be programmed for momentary, timed, or latched operation.*
Pin 3 BLACK/YELLOW WIRE: Auxiliary 3 Output (-) 500 mA. Connect to a relay or module for an
optional feature such as power window activation, etc. This output may be programmed for
momentary, timed, or latched operation.
Pin 4 WHITE/RED WIRE: Auxiliary 2 Output (-) 500 mA. Connect to a relay or module for an optional
feature such as power window activation, etc. This output may be programmed for momentary,
timed, or latched operation.
Pin 5 BLUE/WHITE WIRE: Passenger Unlock Output (-) 500 mA. Connect to a relay to unlock the
passenger doors when the system is configured for Driver Priority Unlocking.
Pin 6 BLUE/YELLOW WIRE: Glow Plug Input (+/-). For vehicles equipped with diesel engines the
Blue/yellow wire must be connected to the wait-to-start light in the gauge panel. This wire polarity
is programmable.
Pin 7 BLUE WIRE: Trunk Pin Input (-). Connect the to the trunk pin switch. The switch must provide a
ground output when switch is opened.
Pin 8 BLUE/WHITE WIRE: Sensor 2/Auxiliary Start Input (-). In Manual Trusmmission mode it is a Turbo
Timer cancel input for systems in Turbo Timer mode. (this feature allows the the turbo timer feature to be
temporarilly canceled for remote start applications on manual transmission vehicles) A seperate push button
switch wired to GROUND is needed. To temporarily bypass the turbo timer in order to perform the remote start
procedure for manual transmissions:
Pin 9 GREEN/WHITE WIRE: Immergency Brake Input (-). For Manual Transmission and/or vehicles
equipped with a turbo charged engine. Must be connected if using the Turbo Timer feature and/or
Manual Transmission remote start feature..
Pin 10 YELLOW/RED WIRE: Oil Pressure Switch Input (+/-).
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6-Pin White Connector: Located on the front of the main module.
pin
pin
pin
pin
pin
pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
VIOLET: Lock and unlock common input
BROWN: Unlock Normally Closed
BLUE: Unlock Output
WHITE: Lock Normally Closed
GREEN: Lock Output
N.A
Plug-in Connectors
4-Pin White Connector: Dual stage shock sensor port* or optional 3 pulse negative start input (2200 Series)·
WHITE WIRE - 3 pulse remote start (-) input. Connect to the door lock output from the keyless entry system. When the
lock button is pressed 3 times the vehicle will start.
· BLUE WIRE - 1 pulse remote start (-) input. Connect to auxiliary output from aftermarket alarm.
· RED WIRE - not used.
· BLACK WIRE - not used.
2-Pin Blue Connector: Valet switch port.Mount program switch in an area that is easily accessible from the driver’s
position.
2-Pin Red Connector: LED port. Mount LED in an area where it may be easily seen from either side of the vehicle.
5-Pin White Connector: Antenna connector
3-Pin Blue Connector: ScyNet Port connector
2-Pin White Connector: Temperature sensor Mount the temerature sensor either inside the Vehicle or in
engine compartment .
BLACK loop: located on the side of the main module, uncut= manual transmission, cut= Automatic
transmission.
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Jumper Selection
Carefully separate the top and bottom halves of the main unit case. Once the cover is removed, the parking
light polarity jumper will be visible next to the parking light relay. Set the jumper for the correct polarity
output as described below, then reassemble the main unit case.
Parking Light Output. Selects the polarity (+/-) for the output of the on-board Parking Light relay.
Left Pin + Center Pin = positive ( Default setting is ( + )
Right Pin + Center Pin = negative
GLOW PLUG
All JUMPER DEFAULTS +
IGN3/AUX3/REARM
Parking Light 1
Parking Light 2
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System Programming
Entering System Programming
This system is compatible with both the LCD two way transmitter or the standard transmitter, all system
programming can be performed using either one.
To enter System Programming:
1. Turn on ignition.
2. Within 5 seconds, press the valet switch 5 times.
· The siren*/horn will provide three chirps/honks, indicating that you have entered Programming.
3. Press the valet switch the number times equal to the System Parameter you want to change.
· The siren*/horn will chirp/honk each time the valet switch is pressed.
4. Within 5 seconds, press the transmitter button corresponding to the desired operating mode for
that System Parameter.
· The siren*/horn will chirp/honk to indicate the setting.
1 chirp/honk
=
Button 1
2 chirps/honks
=
Button 2
3 chirps/honks
=
Button 3
5. When you are finished, turn off the ignition to save the changes.
Default Reset
Following this procedure will set all System Programming Parameters to factory default settings.
1. Enter System Programming.
2. Press Transmitter Button 3.
· The siren*/horn will chirp/honk 6 times indicating that the reset signal was received.
· All System Programming parameters are now set to factory default settings.
· The Valet Mode is off.
3. Turn off ignition.
System Options For 5500 Series
Programmable System Options
The following is a description of the programming options of the system. Some of the program branches
control more than one option, and may require accessing a particular branch number twice in order to
program all desired features.
1. Arm Mode. Selects between Manual and Passive Arming.
2. Auto Rearming Mode. When selected, the system will automatically re-arm 30 seconds after it is
disarmed .
3. Arming Chirps. Selects between normal and silent operation.
4. Ignition Door Locking / Override Code Set. This dual program branch selects Ignition Door
Locking, and programs the optional Emergency Override Code.
Ignition Door Locking. Selects whether or not the system will automatically lock the doors 10 seconds
after the ignition key is turned on.
Override Code Set. Changes the Emergency Override Code for a higher level of security.
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Programming Branch Table for 5500
Branch Feature
Button 1 (default) Button 2
Button 3
1. Arm Mode
Manual Arming
Passive Arming
2. Auto Rearming Mode
Disabled
Enabled
3. Arming Chirps
Siren Chirps On
Siren & Horn Chirps On Silent
4. Ignition Door Locking
On
Off
Set Override Code
5. Ignition Door Unlocking
Unlock All
Unlock Driver Only Off
6. Door Unlock Pulse
Single
Double
7. Door Lock Pulse Length
1 second
3 seconds
0.1 seconds
8. Passive Door Locking
Disabled
Enabled
9. Start Confirmation Chirps
Disabled
Enabled
10. Ignore Open Door Report
Off
Ignore
11. Aux 1 Mode
Pulsed
Timed
Latched
12. Aux 2 Mode
Pulsed
Timed
Latched
13. Aux 3 Mode
Pulsed
Timed
Latched
14. Disarm with Aux 1
Disabled
Enabled
15. Aux 2 Activate on Arm
Off
On
16. Aux 4 Output Mode
Aux 4 Output
Factory Rearm Output
Ignition 3 Output
17. Start in Valet Mode
Disabled
Enabled
Enable MP Siren
18. Lock after Start
On
Off
Disable MP Siren
19. Lock after Shutdown
On
Off
20. Engine Run Time
15 minutes
25 minutes
21. Automatic Start Mode
2 hours
1 hours
22. Smart Start Crank Time
Normal
Extended
Super Extended
23. Smart Start Temp. Comp.
Enabled
Disabled
24. Engine Sense Mode
Smart Start
Smart Start Monitor Off
Vacuum
25. Remote Start Program
RPM Learn/Tach Monitor Gas Engine
Diesel Engine
26. Ignition 2 Output Program
Ignition 2 Output
Accessory 2 Output Starter 2 Output
27. Wait to Start Input
Positive
Negative
28. External Sensor Mode
Sensor 2
External Start
29. Parking Light-2 Output
Parking Light -2
Trunk Release
Strater 3 Out
30 Turbo Timer
Disabled
Enabled
31. Extended Parking Lights
On
Off
32. Warn-Away Report
Enabled
Disabled
33. CarJcak
Mode 1
Mode 2
Mode 3
34. CarJack
Disabled
Enabled
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5. Ignition Door Unlocking. Selects whether or not the system automatically unlocks the doors when
the ignition is turned off. The Ignition Door Locking feature may be programmed to unlock all doors
or the driver’s door only. If driver’s door only is selected, the optional Passenger Unlock wire must
be connected. (See Two Stage Door Lock Diagrams)
6. Door Unlock Pulse. Selects between one pulse or two pulse operation for the door unlock output.
Many new import vehicles’ factory door locking systems require two pulses on the proper wire to
unlock the doors. These systems can be interfaced directly without the use of relays or any
additional circuitry by programming the system for double unlock pulse.
7. Door Lock Pulse Length. Selects between a 1, 3 or 0.1 seconds output for door locking and
unlocking. Program to 3 seconds for vehicles equipped with vacuum door locking systems.
8. Passive Door Locking. Selects whether or not the system will automatically lock the doors during
Passive Arming.
9. Remote Start Confirmation Chirps. When enabled, system chirps before starter is activated.
When disabled, no chirps will sound upon start.
10. Ignore Open Door Report. Bypasses the open zone warning chirps for vehicles equipped with a
residual dome light circuit that remains on for a period of time after closing the door.
11. Auxiliary 1 Mode. Selects from momentary, 10 second timed, or latched operation for Auxiliary 1.
Momentary operation provides an output for as long as the transmitter button is pressed.(1-way
remote only)
Timed operation provides an output that turns on for 10 seconds each time the transmitter button is
pressed. If the button is pressed again during the 30 seconds, the output will turn off.
Latched operation provides an output that turns on when the transmitter button is pressed and
remains on until the transmitter button is pressed again.
Note: With the optional ScyNet network interface and Wizard software, any auxiliary function can be
programmed to output for 1 second up to 255 seconds.
12. Auxiliary 2 Mode. Selects from momentary, 10 second timed, or latched operation for Auxiliary 2.
Momentary operation provides an output for as long as the transmitter button is pressed.(1-way
remote only)
Timed operation provides an output that turns on for 10 seconds each time the transmitter button is
pressed. If the button is pressed again during the 30 seconds, the output will turn off.
Latched operation provides an output that turns on when the transmitter button is pressed and
remains on until the transmitter button is pressed again.
Note: With the optional ScyNet network interface and Wizard software, any auxiliary function can be
programmed to output for 1 second up to 255 seconds.
13. Auxiliary 3 Mode. Selects from momentary, 10 second timed, or latched operation for Auxiliary 3.
Momentary operation provides an output for as long as the transmitter button is pressed.(1-way
remote only)
Timed operation provides an output that turns on for 10 seconds each time the transmitter button is
pressed. If the button is pressed again during the 30 seconds, the output will turn off.
Latched operation provides an output that turns on when the transmitter button is pressed and
remains on until the transmitter button is pressed again.
Note: With the optional ScyNet network interface and Wizard software, any auxiliary function can be
programmed to output for 1 second up to 255 seconds.
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14. Disarm with Auxiliary 1. When selected, activating the Auxiliary 1 output (usually used to open
the trunk) will disarm the alarm the system.
15. Aux 2 Auto Activate with Arm. When selected, the Auxiliary 2 output will activate when the
system is armed. This feature can be used to roll-up windows, close sunroofs, activate accessories,
etc. (will not activate if Aux 2 is set to “latched”)
16. Auxiliary 3 Output Mode. Selects between Channel 3, Factory Rearm output, or third Ignition
ouput.
17. Start in Valet Mode. Selects whether or not the vehicle can remote start while in the valet mode.
Using button 3 enables Mp Siren Mode.
18. Lock After Start. When selected, the doors will automatically lock after remote starting.
Using button 3 disabled Mp Siren Mode.
19. Lock After Shutdown. When selected, the doors will automatically lock after remote shutdown.
20. Engine Run Time. Selects between 15 or 25 minutes for the remote start run cycle.
21. Automatic Start Mode. Selects between every two hours or every one hour for the automatic
engine starting feature.
22. Tachless Sense Crank Time. Selecting engine crank time automatically selects the tachless mode
and one of three crank times.
If the normal engine crank time is too short increase the time by selecting one of the two additional
extended crank time options.
Normal 0.8Sec.
Extended 1.0Sec.
Super Extended - 1.4Sec.
Tachless Mode. Determines the engine status using an advanced software routine, without requiring
connection to the vehicle’s tachometer. Tachless operation may not be compatible with some vehicles
or in severe temperatures, in which case the tach wire must be connected.
23. Smart Start Temperature Compansation. adjusts crank time to compansate for temerature
variations.
24. Engine Sense Mode. Enable or disable smart sense monitor or if connected select vacuum pump
monitor.
25. RPM Learn/Tach Monitor This dual program branch sets the engine mode for Gas or Diesel, and
learns the vehicle’s RPM threshold. For installation into a diesel equipped vehicle, first set the engine
type to diesel before learning RPM.
RPM Learn/Tach Monitor. start the engine, enter Branch 21, the LED light will flash continuasly to
indicate it is reading the tach signal. Press Button 1 to learn the vehicle’s tach signal. The siren will
chirp and the LED will flash once to confirm learning of the tach signal. The siren will chirp four
times and the LED will flash four times if the tach signal was not learned.
Tach Monitor mode: monitors the vehicle’s tach wire (or a fuel injection wire) in real-time to
determine engine status and adjust starter crank time automatically.
Gas Engine. Sets the engine type for Gasoline.
Diesel Engine. Sets the engine type for Diesel and monitors the glow plug input to make sure the
glow plugs are warm before cranking the starter. If the glow plug wire is not connected, the built-in
timer waits 15 seconds before automatically cranking the starter.
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26. Ignition 2 Relay Program. Selects one of three operating modes for the Ignition 2 relay output:
Ignition 2, Accessory 2, or Starter 2.
27. Wait to Start Polarity input. Select positive or negative wait to start input.
28. External Sensor Mode. Select sensor-2 input as an additional sensor input, or an external start
trigger.
29. Parking Light-2 Output Mode (+)10A. Select this 10A positive output as an additional parking
light, Trunk Release, or a Third Starter Ouput. .
30. Turbo Timer. When enabled, if the emergency brake has been applied Ignition power will be kept On
for a predetermined time (2 minutes Factory Default) from the application of the emergency brake.
31. Extended Parking Lights. When Enabled, upon Disarming Parking lights will turn On for 30
seconds
32. Warn-Away Pager Report. When Enabled, Warn-Away report will be sent to the pager. If Disabled
no Warn-Away report will be sent to the pager.
33. Anti-Carjack Type. Selects one of three modes for Anti-Carjacking: Active, Passive, or Full-Time.
Manual. When selected, pressing Button 4 will automatically engage the Anti-Carjacking feature.
Passive. When selected, the Anti-Carjacking feature will activate whenever a door is opened while the
ignition is on.
Full-Time. When selected, the Anti-Carjacking feature will automatically activate each time the ignition is
turned on.
34. Anti-Carjack Mode. Enables Anti-Carjacking protection.
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System Options Starter Only Series
Branch Feature
Button 1 (default) Button 2
Button 3
1 Lock/Unlock Chirps
Siren Chirps On
Siren & Horn Chirps On Silent
2 Ignition Door Locking
On
Off
3 Ignition Door Unlocking
Unlock All
Unlock Driver Only Off
4 Door Unlock Pulse
Single
Double
5 Door Lock Pulse Length
1 second
3 seconds
0.1 seconds
6 Start Confirmation Chirps
Disabled
Enabled
7 Aux 1 Mode
Pulsed
Timed
Latched
8 Aux 2 Mode
Pulsed
Timed
Latched
9 Aux 3 Mode
Pulsed
Timed
Latched
10 Unlock with Aux 1
Disabled
Enabled
11 Aux 2 Activate on Lock
Off
On
12. Aux 4 Output Mode
Aux 4 Output
Factory Rearm Output
Ignition 3 Output
13 Start in Valet Mode
Disabled
Enabled
14 Lock after Start
On
Off
MP Siren Enable
15 Lock after Shutdown
On
Off
MP Siren Disable
16 Engine Run Time
15 minutes
25 minutes
17 Automatic Start Mode
2 hours
1 hours
18 Smart Start Crank Time
Normal
Extended
Super Extended
19 Smart Start Temp. Comp.
Enabled
Disabled
20 Engine Sense Mode
Smart Start
Smart Start Monitor Off
Vacuum
21 Remote Start Program
RPM Learn/Tach Monitor Gas Engine
Diesel Engine
22 Ignition 2 Output Program
Ignition 2 Output
Accessory 2 Output Starter 2 Output
23 Wait to Start Input
Positive
Negative
24 Parking Light-2 Output
Parking Light -2
Trunk Release
Strater 3 Out
25 Turbo Timer
Disabled
Enabled
26 Extended Parking Lights
On
Off
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Programmable System Options
The following is a description of the programming options of the system. Some of the program branches
control more than one option, and may require accessing a particular branch number twice in order to
program all desired features.
Programmable System Options
The following is a description of the programming options of the system. Some of the program branches
control more than one option, and may require accessing a particular branch number twice in order to
program all desired features.
1. Lock/Unlock Chirps. Selects between normal and silent operation.
2. Ignition Door Locking. Selects whether or not the system will automatically lock the doors 5 seconds
after the ignition key is turned on.
3. Ignition Door Unlocking. Selects whether or not the system automatically unlocks the doors when
the ignition is turned off. The Ignition Door Locking feature may be programmed to unlock all doors or
the driver’s door only. If driver’s door only is selected, the optional Passenger Unlock wire must be
connected. (See Two Stage Door Lock Diagrams)
4. Door Unlock Pulse. Selects between one pulse or two pulse operation for the door unlock output.
Many new import vehicles’ factory door locking systems require two pulses on the proper wire to unlock
the doors. These systems can be interfaced directly without the use of relays or any additional circuitry
by programming the system for double unlock pulse.
5. Door Lock Pulse Length. Selects between a 1-second and a 3-second output for door locking and
unlocking. Program to 3 seconds for vehicles equipped with vacuum door locking systems.
6. Remote Start Confirmation Chirps. When enabled, system chirps before starter is activated.
When disabled, no chirps will sound upon start.
7. Auxiliary 1 Mode. Selects from momentary, 10 second timed, or latched operation for Auxiliary 1.
Momentary operation provides an output for as long as the transmitter button is pressed.(1-way
remote only)
Timed operation provides an output that turns on for 10 seconds each time the transmitter button is
pressed. If the button is pressed again during the 30 seconds, the output will turn off.
Latched operation provides an output that turns on when the transmitter button is pressed and
remains on until the transmitter button is pressed again.
Note: With the optional ScyNet network interface and Wizard software, any auxiliary function can be
programmed to output for 1 second up to 255 seconds.
8. Auxiliary 2 Mode. Selects from momentary, 10 second timed, or latched operation for Auxiliary 2.
Momentary operation provides an output for as long as the transmitter button is pressed.(1-way
remote only)
Timed operation provides an output that turns on for 10 seconds each time the transmitter button is
pressed. If the button is pressed again during the 30 seconds, the output will turn off.
Latched operation provides an output that turns on when the transmitter button is pressed and
remains on until the transmitter button is pressed again.
Note: With the optional ScyNet network interface and Wizard software, any auxiliary function can be
programmed to output for 1 second up to 255 seconds.
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9. Auxiliary 3 Mode. Selects from momentary, 10 second timed, or latched operation for Auxiliary 3.
Momentary operation provides an output for as long as the transmitter button is pressed.(1-way
remote only)
Timed operation provides an output that turns on for 10 seconds each time the transmitter button is
pressed. If the button is pressed again during the 30 seconds, the output will turn off.
Latched operation provides an output that turns on when the transmitter button is pressed and
remains on until the transmitter button is pressed again.
Note: With the optional ScyNet network interface and Wizard software, any auxiliary function can be
programmed to output for 1 second up to 255 seconds.
10. Unlock with Auxiliary 1. When selected, activating the Auxiliary 1 output (usually used to open
the trunk) will unlock the vehicle.
11. Aux 2 Auto Activate with Lock. When selected, the Auxiliary 2 output will activate when the
system is locked. This feature can be used to roll-up windows, close sunroofs, activate accessories,
etc.
12. Auxiliary 3 Output Mode. Selects between Channel 3, Factory Rearm output, or third Ignition
ouput.
13. Start in Valet Mode. Selects whether or not the vehicle can remote start while in the valet mode.
Using button 3 enables Mp Siren Mode.
14. Lock After Start. When selected, the doors will automatically lock after remote starting.
Using button 3 disabled Mp Siren Mode.
15. Lock After Shutdown. When selected, the doors will automatically lock after remote shutdown.
16. Engine Run Time. Selects between 15 or 25 minutes for the remote start run cycle.
17. Automatic Start Mode. Selects between every two hours or every one hour for the automatic
engine starting feature.
18. Tachless Sense Crank Time. Selecting engine crank time automatically selects the tachless mode
and one of three crank times.
If the normal engine crank time is too short increase the time by selecting one of the two additional
extended crank time options.
Normal 0.8Sec.
Extended 1.0Sec.
Super Extended - 1.4Sec.
Tachless Mode. Determines the engine status using an advanced software routine, without requiring
connection to the vehicle’s tachometer. Tachless operation may not be compatible with some vehicles
or in severe temperatures, in which case the tach wire must be connected.
19. Smart Start Temperature Compansation. adjusts crank time to compansate for temerature
variations.
20. Engine Sense Mode. Enable or disable smart sense monitor or if connected select vacuum pump
monitor.
glow plugs are warm before cranking the starter. If the glow plug wire is not connected, the built-in
timer waits 15 seconds before automatically cranking the starter.
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21. RPM Learn/Tach Monitor This dual program branch sets the engine mode for Gas or Diesel, and
learns the vehicle’s RPM threshold. For installation into a diesel equipped vehicle, first set the engine
type to diesel before learning RPM.
RPM Learn/Tach Monitor. start the engine, enter Branch 21, the LED light will flash continuasly to
indicate it is reading the tach signal. Press Button 1 to learn the vehicle’s tach signal. The siren will
chirp and the LED will flash once to confirm learning of the tach signal. The siren will chirp four
times and the LED will flash four times if the tach signal was not learned.
Tach Monitor mode: monitors the vehicle’s tach wire (or a fuel injection wire) in real-time to
determine engine status and adjust starter crank time automatically.
Gas Engine. Sets the engine type for Gasoline.
Diesel Engine. Sets the engine type for Diesel and monitors the glow plug input to make sure the
glow plugs are warm before cranking the starter. If the glow plug wire is not connected, the built-in
timer waits 15 seconds before automatically cranking the starter.
22. Ignition 2 Relay Program. Selects one of three operating modes for the Ignition 2 relay output:
Ignition 2, Accessory 2, or Starter 2.
23. Wait to Start Polarity input. Select positive or negative wait to start input.
24. Parking Light-2 Output Mode (+)10A. Select this 10A positive output as an additional parking
light, Trunk Release, or a Third Starter Ouput. .
25. Turbo Timer. When enabled, if the emergency brake has been applied Ignition power will be kept On
for a predetermined time (2 minutes Factory Default) from the application of the emergency brake.
26. Extended Parking Lights. When enabled, upon unlocking parking lights will turn On for 30
seconds
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Relay Diagrams
Positive Dome Light Activation
Negative Dome Light Activation
Positive Horn Honk
Negative Horn Honk
Starter Defeat/Anti-Grind
Negative Glow Plug
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Door Lock Diagrams
Follow the diagrams below for connecting basic door lock systems. For Two Stage door lock
systems (separately unlocks driver and passenger doors) see following pages.
Positive Trigger
Negative Trigger
blue
green
Reverse Polarity
Vacuum
UL
L
Adding Actuators
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Two Stage Door Lock Diagrams
The Precision 5500 and 2200 Series is equipped with a dedicated Passenger Unlock output
allowing Two Stage Door Lock operation. When connected as shown below, disarming the
system will unlock only the driver’s door. Pressing the disarm button again will unlock all doors.
Two Stage Negative Trigger
Two Stage Positive Trigger
Door Lock Inverter Green Wire
Door Lock Inverter Blue Wire
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Two Stage Door Lock Diagrams cont’d
Two Stage Reverse Polarity
Two Stage Adding Actuators
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Technical Information
FCC ID: OARRXAM2000
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.
2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation
Built-in LED Light/Override/Valet/Call Switch into
Antenna
Valet/Call/Override Switch
LED Light
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Starter doesn’t start and parking lights flash:
3 Times - Engine RPM not detected (check tach wire and/or perform tach learn procedure)
Hood Trigger is active (hood is open, wire is shorted to ground or pin switch is
defective)
4 Times - Brake Trigger is active ( Brake switch input is shorted to ground or incorrect)
5 Times - Unit is in Valet (service) mode, and start is disabled.
6 Times - Emergency Brake Disengaged ( Manual Transmission )
7 Times - Start Canceled
( Manual Transmission )
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SENSOR IN
OVERIDE SW IN
LED OUT
Antenna
Temp Sense
C-NET
Wiring Diagram
Cut for Automatic Trasmission
Yellow/Red
Green/White
Blue/White
Blue
Blue/Yellow
Blue/White
White/Red
Black/Yellow
Gray
Orange/White
Precision Pro Series
Oil Pressure Switch Input(+/-)
Emergency Brake Input(-)
Sensor 2/External Start Input(-)
Trunk Trigger Input(-)
Glow plug (wait to start) Input (+/-)
Passenger Unlock Output (-)500mA
Auxiliary 2 Output (-)500mA
Auxiliary 3 Output (-)500mA
Trunk Release/Auxiliary 1 Output (-)500mA
Disarmed Output (-)500mA
White/Orange
Orange
White/Violet
Green
Violet
Brown
Black/White
White/Black
White
Violet/White
Black
Red
Black/Gray
Green/White
Blue/Orange
Brown/White
Green
White
Blue
Brown
Violet
Parking - 2 Light Output (+/- built-in relay)
Armed Output (-)500mA
Auxiliary 4/Factory Alarm Arm Output (-)500mA
Door Trigger Input (-)
Door Trigger Input (+)
Siren Output (+)3A
Dome Light output (-)500mA (must use relay)
Hood/Trunk Input (-)
Parking Light 1 Output (+/- built-in relay)
Factory Alarm Disarm Output (-)500mA
Ground
+12V Battery Input #3
Tachometer Input
Brake Input(+)
Remote Start Output (-)500mA
Horn Output (-)500mA
Lock output
Lock Normaly Closed
Unlock output
Unlock Normaly Closed
Unlock/Lock Common
Violet
Yellow
Orange
Brown
Red
Red
Starter Output
Ignition 1 Output
Accessory Output
Ignition 2 Output
+12V Battery Input #1
+12V Battery Input #2
Manual Transmission Mode:
These Wires Must be connected : Tachometer input , Emergency Brake and Door Trigger
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Precision
8-10-06