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Advanced Keys AK-PSB05 Installation guide
AK-104
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ADVANCED KEYS
Smart Keyless Entry System
INSTALLATION GUIDE
Product Features:
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Smart Keyless Locking/Unlocking
Compact Sized Smart Keys
Dual-Antenna Setup
Bypass Transponder RFID Cards
Vehicle Anti-Theft Function
Ignition Controlled Lock / Unlock
Auto Vehicle Battery Power Saving
Door-Not-Closed Reminder
Smart Key Battery Low Reminder
Locking-Delay Function
Compatible with Push-Start Ignition
Auto Window Closing Output
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table Of Contents ..................................................................................... 2
Product Contents ..................................................................................... 2
Warning and Safety Information ............................................................ 3
Safety Precautions ................................................................................ 3
Pre-installation Considerations ............................................................. 3
Connections ............................................................................................... 4
Main Harness Wire Descriptions .......................................................... 4
Access Harness Wire Descriptions ..................................................... 5
Controller Wiring Diagram .................................................................... 6
Installation ................................................................................................... 7
Installation Overview ............................................................................. 7
Installation Note .................................................................................... 7
Programmable Features ........................................................................ 7
Antenna Installation ............................................................................... 8
Frequent Asked Questions ..................................................................... 9
Smart Key Programming Procedure ..................................................... 10
Closing Up .................................................................................................. 11
References Information ............................................................................ 11
Specifications ....................................................................................... 11
Product Registration ............................................................................. 11
Warranty ............................................................................................... 12
FCC And Canadian Compliance .......................................................... 12
PRODUCT CONTENTS
The following list of components are included in this system:
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Control Unit
Smart Key Fob
Main Harness (8-Pin)
Accessory Harness (7-Pin)
Dual Colour LED Indicator
Front Antenna Coil
Rear Antenna Coil
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Bypass Antenna
Bypass Transponder Card
Starter Disable Relay
User Manual/Installation Guide
WARNING AND SAFETY INFORMATION
PRODUCT SAFETY AND LEGAL DISCLAIMER
• This product shall be installed by a certified technician therefore a certain level
of competence and knowledge are therefore assumed when reading this guide.
• This guide is provided as a GENERAL installation instructions and vehicle
subjected to installation maybe different.
• This product is designed based on vehicle regulatory standard. Please observe
your local public road traffic law and regulations prior to installation.
• Exercise due-diligence when installing this product. The manufacturer and
distributors of this product will not accept any vehicle damage or personal
injury resulting from the installation of this product. Installation of this product is
acceptance of this statement and releases the manufacturer/distributors of this
product from any direct or indirect liabilities.
• Once installation is complete, please return this guide along with other
documentations included in this product back to customer for future reference.
The manufacturer/distributors of this product does not guarantee this particular
version will be available at a later date.
PRE-INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS
• Carefully read and understand the User Manual, Installation Guide and
Electrical Service Information for the subjected vehicle before begin work.
• Install in a well-lit, dry, covered area away from the elements and keep at least
one window open all time during installation. Do not leave key inside ignition
switch and /or detection range. Prepare all tools required for the installation.
Special tools maybe necessary depending on vehicle.
• Verify the vehicle has proper grounding and does not have any outstanding
electrical/functional issue prior to installation.
• To avoid short circuit, it is recommended to pull-out related fuses before
installation and put them back when installation is complete.
• Only locate necessary wires related to the installation (most required wiring are
under driver dash/kick panel areas) and connect to the unit according to the
wiring diagram. Use a Multimeter to verify and confirm
before connecting or disconnecting. We strictly prohibit testing or modifying
systems.
• Begin function tests on the system after verifying and ensuring all wires have
been connected correctly and insulated properly.
CAUTION
DO NOT power up the module before it is properly grounded.
Should the unit be powered before being grounded, serious
damage to internal components could occur.
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MAIN HARNESS WIRING DESCRIPTIONS
JP1 JP2 JP3 JP4
Main Harness
8-Pin 18 AWG
Brown
Trunk Release
Grey
7.5A
Parking Light
Grey
7.5A
Parking Light
Red
15A
Battery +12V
Green
15A
Lock
Blue
15A
Black
Unlock
Ground
Purple
Wiring Description:
Brown OUTPUT ̶
JP3
JP4
Horn Control
+
+
+
-
500mA Trunk Release
Connect to the negative side of the trunk release trigger. This output will provide 1 second pulse
when UNLOCK button is pressed for 2 seconds. (This function is disabled when ACC input is ON)
Grey
OUTPUT
+
7.5A
Parking Light x2
Connect to the positive side of parking lights or the hazard light switch for same effect.
Red
OUTPUT
+
15A
Battery +12V
Connect to a +12v source. Ensure that the OEM source wire used is fused for more than 15A.
Note: When no suitable +12V source available (where current capacity is less than 15A) use
Green
̶
OUTPUT
15A
Lock
Connect this output directly to the negative-triggered door lock signal wire.
Blue
̶
OUTPUT
15A
Unlock
JP3
Connect this output directly to a negative-triggered door unlock signal wire.
Note: This system outputs a single unlock pulse by default. Jumper (JP3) provides a double unlock
pulses output option for vehicles that require a two consecutive unlock-pulse to unlock/disarm or to
bypass the Driver Door Priority Unlock function to unlock all doors.
Black
̶
OUTPUT
15A
Ground
Connected to bare, unpainted metal on chassis. It is recommended to use a factory ground bolt
rather than a self-tapping screw. Screws tend to get loose or rusted over time and lead to erratic
electrical problems.
Purple
OUTPUT
̶
500mA Horn Control
JP4
Negative (-) to Positive (+)
Connect to the negative side of horn for audio notification.
Output Conversion
Note: This system is programmed for muted Lock/Unlock
Horn
operation by default. If audio notification is desired for arming
Control
85
87
and disarming; connect Horn Control output to a siren* and
NO
Output
30
change the jumper setting (JP4) to Siren Output option
COM
(-)
(Refer to Horn or Siren Mode in Programmable Features).
NC
86
87A
Note: If siren control is a positive type or require more than
500mA to operate; add a relay according to the diagram on
+12V
the right to convert output to a positive type.
*Siren not included
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JP1 JP2 JP3 JP4
Accessory Harness
7-Pin 22 AWG
ACCESSORY HARNESS WIRING DESCRIPTIONS
White
Purple
Starter Kill Relay Control
JP2
OPTIONAL
Brown
Blue
-
Push-Start Module Control
~
Brake
+
OPTIONAL Window Closer Module Control
Green
-
Door Switch
JP1
Red
ACC
+
+
Ensure all connections are completed and properly secured
prior to connecting the wire harnesses to the module.
NOTE
Wiring Description:
White OUTPUT ̶
500mA Starter Kill Relay Control
(Starter Kill Relay is not required if installed with AK-PSB05)
Depending on jumper (JP2) selection this output can be used for:
JP2
Starter Kill Relay (Included)
Starter
Starter Kill Relay Control (Default) Also known as GroundKill Relay
Control
When-Armed. While armed (Smart Key not detected or LOCK
button pressed) this output provides a constant GND to disable the
starter circuit when an unauthorized ignition is commenced. Connect
the Starter Kill Relay according to the wiring diagram on the right.
Ground-When-Disarmed Provides a GND signal while disarmed.
(Smart Key is detected or UNLOCK button pressed) This output can
be used as an enable signal to an immobilizer bypass or known as
Ground-When-Running. Alternatively this output can connect to any
system that requires an input signal when a Smart Key is sensed.
Purple OUTPUT
~
100mA
85
86
NO
COM
NC
87
30
87A
START (+)
ON
ENGINE
START
ACC
OFF
Push-Start Module Control
Engine Push-Start Ignition Controller.
This output provides an encrypted signal to the Engine Push-Start Ignition controller only when system
sense a valid Smart Key or disarmed via the UNLOCK button or from the Bypass Transponder Card.
Brown
INPUT
+
Brake
Connect to the brake pedal switch that output +12v when brake is applied, GND or float when released.
Note: This input is required for Smart Key programming and Ignition-Controlled Lock function.
Blue
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OUTPUT
100mA
Window Closer Module Control
Connect to the optional Auto Window Closer Module trigger input.
Green
INPUT
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Door Switch
-
Dome
Light
Door
Switch
Input
JP1
Door
Switch
directly. Change jumper (JP1) to +12v
Positive Door Trigger if door
switch is a positive-triggered type.
(Default) Negative Door Trigger (-)
Red
INPUT
+
ACC
Door
Switch
Input
Dome
Light
Door
Switch
+12v
Positive Door Trigger (+)
REQUIRED
**Required for Remote Start option** This input must be
connected to a +12v source when ignition key is in the ACC
position. Note: With this input active, controller will stop search
for the Smart Keys to conserve
battery and avoid
unintended lock actuation while the vehicle is running.
ACC
Input
VEHICLE
CIRCUIT
START
ON
ACC
OFF
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CONNECTIONS
CONTROLLER WIRING DIAGRAM
JP1
JP2
JP3
Jumper Settings:
JP4
Default Settings
Optional Settings
JP1
Neg.(-) Door Trigger
Pos.(+) Door Trigger
JP2
Ground-When-Armed
Ground-When-Disarmed
JP3
Single Unlock Pulse
Double Unlock Pulses
JP4
OEM Horn Output
Siren Output
Legend:
Input + Positive Type
Output
Negative Type
~ Frequency Type
In-Line Fuse
-
Brown
Trunk Release
Main Harness
8-Pin 18 AWG
Grey
7.5A
Parking Light
Grey
7.5A
Parking Light
Red
15A
Battery +12V
Green
15A
Lock
Blue
15A
JP3
Black
Ground
Purple
7-Pin 22 AWG
Accessory Harness
White
Unlock
JP4
JP2
Horn Control
Starter Kill Relay Control
Purple
Push-Start Module Control
Brown
Brake
Blue
Window Closer Module Control
Green
JP1
Red
Door Switch
ACC
+
+
+
~
+
-+
+
Dual Color LED
Front Antenna
Rear Antenna (Longer Wire)
Bypass Antenna
WAR NING: M anuf acturer/Distributors of th is product w ill not be responsible for an y electric al d amage resultin g fro m
improper installation of th is product, be th at either d amage to the vehicle itself or to the device. This device must be
installed b y a certif ied technician for th is guide has been written for properly trained technicians; a certain level of
skill & knowledge is therefore assumed. Review this installation guide and vehicle's service manuals before install.
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INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION OVERVIEW
Use following steps as a guide to install this system:
Review product manual
manual. Prepare vehicle
for installation.
Mount LED, secure
controller and close-up
installation.
Review and set
controller jumper
settings according to
requirements.
Connect Main and
Accessory Harness.
Pre-position antennas
and antenna wiring.
Verify smart keys and
bypass transponder card
function/range then route
and secure antennas to
final position.
Power ON the system
and set programmable
features.
INSTALLATION NOTES
• For vehicles equipped with factory or aftermarket alarm/remote start, it is
possible to install this system without the anti-theft alarm and remote start
functions. (Refer to User Manual on how to disable Alarm Function) Connect
BATTERY, GROUND, LOCK, UNLOCK, ACC, BRAKE and ANTENNAS for
Smart Keyless Entry function only.
• Ensure the ACC(+) input is connected. It is required for remote-start function
Avoid leaving the Smart Key inside or near the detection range for extended
periods of time, for it will remain in constant communication with the controller
• It is recommended to connect the DOOR SWITCH input to the vehicle. This
system will have a better remote sensing performance when it is aware of the
door status.
PROGRAMMABLE FEATURES
Horn or Siren Mode
locking or
unlocking. Horn output will only sound in alarming and programming mode. If the
Unlock
Lock
Remote Start
Horn Output
-
Siren Output
2x
1x
1x
Parking Light
2x
1x
1x
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PROGRAMMABLE FEATURES (CONT.)
Ignition-Controlled Door Lock
Enabled by default and controlled by Brake input, this function will provide:
• Auto Door Locking when ACC is turned ON while brake is applied.
• Auto Door Re-Locking when brake applied after door opened-then-closed.
• Auto Door Unlocking when ACC is OFF.
To disable Ignition-Controlled Door Lock feature, press and hold the brake pedal
when powering ON the controller. Horn output will sound 2x if this feature is
disabled or 1x if this feature enabled.
ANTENNAS INSTALLATION
Antennas should be mounted on a Non-Enclosed and Non-Metallic material
such as clear glass or plastic trim panels. Recommended placements for the
Front-Antenna is on the top-left corner of the front windshield and bottom-left
corner of the rear windshield for the Rear-Antenna. The Bypass-Antenna can be
placed around the edge of the front windshield so it can sense the Bypass
Transponder Card within one inch away from outside of the vehicle. Do not place
antenna in locations that will be shield by metallic material.
Test for coverage and range after installation to determine the optimal locations
for the antennas. You may adjust antenna positions to other possible placement
locations as illustrated in the diagram. Use double sided tape to secure antennas
after final positions are confirmed.
Rear Antenna
Placement
Main Antennas
5 - 6 Feet Range
IMPORTANT
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Front Antenna
Placement
Bypass Antenna
0.5 - 1 Inches Range
Bypass Antenna
Placement
Other Possible
Placement Locations
Antenna needs to be positioned away from any type of
metallic material to achieve the best reception in all
directions. Avoid strain/pull on antenna wiring and do
not bend or overlap Main antenna with Bypass antenna.
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FAQ
Why is key detection not working or the range is very sort?
Verify antenna position: Antenna may be on or close to metallic material, change
position to verify range sensitivity. Check antenna wiring, do not pull on the
antenna wires, make sure connectors are firmly seated. If remote failed to work
both in proximity and manually press the buttons, follow key programming
procedure to relearn all keys.
What does each LED color status mean?
See User Manual for more information on LED status detail.
How to install this system without the alarm function?
See User Manual for more information on disable alarm function.
How to enable/disable automatic door locking/unlocking function?
section to enable/disable this function.
How does Remote Start button on the Smart Key remote work?
Remote Start function require installing the optional Advanced Keys Push -Start
System (AK-PSB05). Press the remote start button will send a remote start
signal to the Push-Start Module via the Push-Start Module Control output. Please
refer to Push-Start Installation manual for more info on remote start the vehicle.
KEY PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE
If required, use the following procedures to program a new set of Smart Key
and/or Bypass Transponder Cards. Both set of Smart Keys or the Bypass
Transponder Cards must be present and accessible during programming.
Enter Programming Mode
Disarm the system by a valid Smart Key or Bypass Transponder Card. Turn the
Ignition Key to the ACC position. After few seconds switch the Ignition Key to
OFF position and immediately back to ACC position for five times or as following:
OFF ACC OFF ACC OFF ACC OFF ACC OFF ACC. Keep the Ignition
Key in ACC position at the fifth time and the horn will sound twice. (Turn the
Ignition Key to OFF position at any time will exit the programming mode with horn
sound three times)
Smart Key(s) Programming
1. After enter the Smart Key programming mode, LED indicator turns RED. You have
30 seconds window to program. If you do not wish to program Smart Keys, press
the brake pedal once to skip to Bypass Transponder Cards programming (Horn
will sound once to confirm)
2. Press and hold the LOCK button on the first Smart Key until horn sound once.
3. Press and hold the LOCK button on the second Smart Key until horn sound once.
4. Smart Keys programming is now completed. System will automatically enter
Bypass Transponder Cards programming mode.
Bypass Transponder Cards Programming
1. After enter the Bypass Transponder Card programming mode, LED indicator
turns BLUE. You have 12 seconds window to program. To skip Bypass
Transponder Cards programming, press the brake pedal once will end the
programming mode with horn sound five(5) times.
2. Hold first Bypass Transponder Card against the reading field of the Backup
Antenna until the horn sound once.
3. Repeat for the second Bypass Transponder Card until the horn sound five(5)
times to indicate key programming has been successfully completed.
Note: Only one Bypass Transponder Card should be sensed in the reading field
at a time. The sensing range for the Bypass Antenna is under an inch.
Horn Sound Summary Table
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Number of Horn Sound
Mode Description
1x
Remote / Key Registered
2x
Entered Programming mode
3x
Programming failed
5x
Programming successful
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CLOSING UP
• Connecting the wire harnesses and power ON the controller, check and confirm system operations
(Refer to User Manual) then verify functions of the vehicle are in working order.
• Make sure all wiring connection are insulated properly. Place and secure control units to locations
inside trim panels and bundle all lose wiring. Put back all trim panels
• When mounting the controller unit in the vehicle, consider the location carefully. You should make
sure that you avoid any location where the controller is exposed to moisture, extreme heat or
interfere with moving parts on the vehicle which hampers driving.
• Explain all functions related to the end-user of this system.
REFERENCES INFORMATION
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Controller operating voltage range: .................................................................................... 10 VDC 16 VDC
Controller Stand by power: ................................................................................................. ≤ 30mA @ 12 VDC
Avg. controller operating power: ........................................................................................... ≤ 80mA@12VDC
Devices operating temperature range: ..................................................................................... -25°C +85°C
Transmitter operating voltage range: ...................................................................................... 2 VDC 4 VDC
Transmitter Stand by power: ................................................................................................. .. ≤ 7 µA @ 3 VDC
HF operation frequency and range: ............................................................... 433.92MHz @ 25 - 30 Meters
LF operation frequency and range: .................................................................... 134.2 KHz @ 1.5 - 2 Meters
Smart Key Fob Dimensions: ................................................................................. 65mmL x 44mmW x 6mmH
Base Controller Dimensions: ........................................................................... 115mmL x 90mmW x 30mmH
PRODUCT REGISTRATION
Installer of this system to is requested to fill out the following information as a proof of installation to
the end-user of this system. For manufacture warranty to take immediate effect please request the
end-user to update the following information at: http://www.advancedkeys.com/registration.htm
Company / Installer Name:
Phone Number:
Installer Address:
Date of Installation:
Vehicle Manufacture:
Model:
Year:
Front Antenna Location:
Rear Antenna Location:
Bypass Antenna Location:
Interface/Bypass Module Used:
YES
If YES specify bypass make/model:
NO
All Smart Keys and Bypass Cards Working: YES
Push-Start Module Installed:
YES
NO
NO
Antenna Mounted on Windshields:
YES
NO
Reviewed Product Operation with End-User: YES
NO
Additional Comments:
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