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Black Widow Security BW 3 Channel Installation manual
I N S TA L L AT I O N
MANUAL
SECURITY
SYSTEM
BEFORE INSTALLING THE SYTEM
• DO read through this installation manual.
• DO NOT install the alarm brain in an engine compartment.
• The alarm may arm itself when power is first connected.This is a normal condition.
ITEMS SUPPLIED WITH THE SYSTEM
Receiver and Control Module
2-Button, Code Learning
Transmitters (2)
Six-tone, soft chirp, 120 dB Siren
Door Lock Harness
Valet/Override Switch
LED Status Indicator
Wiring Harness, Fuseholder, & Fuse
Dual Zone Electronic Shock Sensor
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Radar Field Sensor..............................................MAS-2
Window Roll up ................................................WRM-2
Power Door Lock.............................................PDL-50
Relay...........................................................................SPDT
5-wire Door Lock relay & socket ...BRS-008P16
(+) Door Lock Inverter........................BW-345P16
Backup Battery........................................................BWS-500
Remote Starter .......................................................RAS-101
Trunk Release..............................................................TR-100
Starter Disable Relay Socket................................BRS-003
Glass Sensor .........................................................BWS-200P
SPECIFICATIONS
Operating voltage..................+12 VDC Neg. Ground
Code Learning ........................................3 Codes Max.
Current consumption............5 mA (max) disarmed.
Siren output drive........................................3 Amperes
Automatic reset..........................................60 seconds.
Door Lock/Unlock Output......................(-) 500 mA.
Horn Output................................................(-) 250 mA
Dome Light Output....................................(-) 250 mA
Channel 2 Output Drive .....................(-) 500 mA variable.
Channel 3 Output Drive .........................................(-) 500 mA
Remote control transmit frequency.......................310 mHz.
Passive arming delay..................................30 Seconds approx.
Auxiliary output drive ...............................250 mA maximum.
Flashing output drive..................................10 Amp maximum.
Trigger inputs ...................................................1) Neg. Pnswtch.
1) Pos. pnswtch. 1) Neg. sensor or aux. pnswtch.
-1INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT: Make all wiring connections to the vehicle before connecting the main
10-pin harness and all plug-in connectors to the receiver control module.
1. Before mounting the Receiver and Control Module, you must set the PROGRAMMING DIPSWITCHES
for the kind of operation the customer wants.
These are the switch settings available; Standard (Default) settings are in “BOLD” type:
Switch #1 Door Lock and Unlock Pulse Time: ON = 3/4 seconds. OFF = 3 seconds.
Switch #2 Door Lock and Unlock with ignition: ON = YES. OFF = NO.
Switch #3 Door Locking with Passive Arming: ON = YES. OFF = NO.
Switch #4 Passive or Active Arming: ON = Passive Arming. OFF = Active Arming.
2. Mount the Receiver and Control Module in a secure area, away from vehicle computers and heating/air conditioning ducts.The location should be convenient for your installation, but well hidden from thieves.Try to mount the unit
as far away from metal objects as possible.This will increase the range of its Remote Control Transmitter.
3. Route the wires of the harnesses to areas in which the different accessories will be mounted .You may
need to extend some wires. DO NOT plug the wiring harnesses into the Receiver Control Module until
all connections have been completed.
When running the harness wires through the vehicle, be careful to run them where they CANNOT be DAMAGED or SHORTED to GROUND or other WIRING. Keep them away from ALL MOVING PARTS of the vehicle
or where HIGH HEAT can damage their insulation.Always protect the harness wires where they pass through
holes in metal panels by using RUBBER GROMMETS.
4. Mount the Siren under the vehicle’s hood. Mount it away from heat sources such as radiators, exhaust manifolds, and turbochargers. Mount it in an area where it will not be in the way for mechanics, and so that it cannot be
easily reached from below the vehicle. Mount it so that its opening points down to prevent it from collecting water,
snow, or ice. Connect its BLACK wire to a good clean GROUND point, and its RED wire to the ORANGE wire of
the main harness. The siren is capable of two different arm/disarm/status chirp tones:A)Chirp Level One = Soft
Chirp– Standard from factory.
B) Chirp Level Two = Loud Chirp– Cut black wire loop found at base of siren.
5. Mount the Shock Sensor Somewhere inside the vehicle such as under the dash, strapped to the steering column, or under a seat.. Do Not Mount The Sensor Under The Hood! Connect the 4-pin harness from
the shock sensor to the 4-pin male plug on the circuit board of the Receiver Control Module.
6. Mount the LED Status Indicator in an easily seen location such as the center of the dash or the inside top
edge of the driver’s or passenger’s door. Connect the RED 2-pin connector from the LED to the RED
2-pin male plug on the circuit board of the Receiver Control Module.
7. Install the Valet/Override Switch in a hidden location that is easily reached by the driver. Remember that the
code learning and valet/override sequence require using this switch in conjunction with the ignition switch, so it
should be hidden, but convenient to use when needed. Connect the BLUE 2-pin connector from the Override
Switch to the BLUE 2-pin male plug on the circuit board of the Receiver Control Module.
8. Mount the optional BRS-003 Starter Disable Relay Socket and SPDT Relay in a location where it is
hidden from potential thieves. Find the vehicle’s STARTER wire and cut it in half. Connect the colored wires of the
Relay Socket as follows:
WHITE = To STARTER wires on Starter side.
RED = To STARTER wires on Switch side.
ORANGE = ORANGE wire of the main harness.
9. Mount and connect any optional function modules included in the installation, following the mounting and
wiring directions supplied with them.
10. Complete the general wiring of the main harness by connecting...
A.The WHITE wire to the vehicle’s PARKING LIGHT circuit. See the Parking Light Circuit. Diagram on Page 5.
B. The RED wire to CONSTANT +12vdc. IMPORTANT: Remove the fuse from the harness before connection.
C. Connect the BROWN wire to the RED wire from the siren.
D.The BLACK wire to a good chassis GROUND point.
E.The ORANGE wire to optional starter relay
-2F. The GRAY wire connects to 2nd. channel output, i.e. trunk release, remote autostart, etc.
G,The GREEN wire to (-) door pinswitches
H.The BLUE wire to the (-) trigger for trunk release or hood pinswitch.
I.The VIOLET wire to (+) door pinswitches
J.The YELLOW wire to a source of TRUE IGNITION.
11. If the Second or Third Channel functions are to be used, connect...
A.The GRAY wire to control the Second Channel device. Suggested uses are for Electric Trunk Release
or Remote Engine Starter.This output will deliver a 1 second NEGATIVE pulse output of 250mA when
ever button 2 is pressed continuously for 3 seconds. See the sample Trunk Release Diagram on Page 5.
YOU MUST USE A RELAY FOR THIS CONNECTION.
B. The small gauge YELLOW wire to control the third channel device.YOU MUST USE A RELAY FOR THIS
CONNECTION. Suggested uses are for Window Roll-up/down or External Light control. Negative output when
BOTH Buttons (on 2 button remote) are pressed simultaneously.The ouput will continue for as long as the buttons are held down.
CAUTION: Before continuing to the next step, make sure all wiring connections have been properly made.
12. Connect the Main 10-Pin Wiring Harness and all pin connectors to the Receiver and Control Module.
13. Code Learning Procedure:
To add a new remote to the system, turn ignition key ON, OFF, ON, OFF, and leave on (3 times). Siren/Horn
will chirp once. Press override/valet switch for 5 seconds, you will hear 3 chirps. You now have 5 seconds to
press the arm buttons on the remotes that you want to operate the system. It will hold 3 different codes in
memory and will erase all previous codes. You will get a confirming chirp after it has learned each new remote.
14. Test Starter Disable Feature by:
A. Pressing button#1, LED will flash slowly and Starter Disable will be activated.You should not be able to
start the engine while the Starter Disable is engaged. Once all testing is complete, secure all loose wiring
and/or components and reassemble the vehicle.
15. Adjust the Electronic Shock Sensor to the desired sensitivity before continuing with the alarm checkout.
A.Turn the adjustment screw until the unit’s LED reacts to your slapping various parts of the vehicle’s body.
B.Turn CLOCKWISE for more sensitivity, COUNTER-CLOCKWISE for less.
C. DO NOT over adjust the sensor or false alarms may result. The system is now ready to be tested.
16. Arm the system and test all input triggers and output devices, especially the optional Starter
Interrupt Relay.You should not be able to start the engine while the alarm is armed or sounding. Once all
testing is complete, secure all loose wiring and/or components and reassemble the vehicle.
17. To enter Valet Mode, please follow these instructions:
A.To ENTER turn ignition to ON, press override switch for 1 second, LED will turn solid.
B.To EXIT turn ignition to ON, press override switch for 1 second, siren chirps 2 times.
18. To enter Remote Service Mode. Press button #2 then press button #1 and hold for 3 seconds, siren will
chirp 5 times.The LED will turn on solid. System will stay in service mode until remote is used to arm system.
19. Remote Chirp Delete. Turn the ignition ON, within 10 seconds press button #2 until siren responds with one
double chirp.The arm/disarm chirps are now disabled.To enable the arm/disarm chirps turn ignition on, hold button
#2 until siren responds with two double chirps.
20. The Status Indicators below, show the various signals that are produced to indicate a particular condition or
situation of the alarm system, and in the case of the siren what is needed to activate certain options:
CHIRP STATUS
A) 1 Chirp = System Armed
B) 2 Chirps = System Disarmed
or Valet Mode deactivated
C) 3 Chirps = Alarm has been triggered
D) 4 Chirps = Alarm has been armed but
door/hood/trunk remains open.
E) 5 Chirps = Service Mode (Valet)
LED STATUS
A) Fast Flashing = Alarm has been triggered
B) Steady Flashing = System Armed
C) Solid = Entered Valet Mode or system
disarmed and doors remain open.
SIREN
A) Chirp Level One = Soft Chirp– Standard
from factory
B) Chirp Level Two = Loud Chirp– Cut
black wire loop found at base of siren.
-3-
CONNECTOR PIN NUMBERS AND WIRE COLOR CODES
10-PIN HARNESS
#
WIRE COLOR
FUNCTION
1)
White
Parking
Light (+)
+12 VDC
#
PLUG COLOR
FUNCTION
1)
Blue
#
PLUG COLOR
FUNCTION
1)
Red
LED
#
WIRE COLORS
FUNCTION
1)
Green
NOTES
See the wiring diagram for the proper connection of
this wire. For negative output see Page 5.
2)
Red
Main Power. Connect this wire to the POSITIVE
terminal of the vehicle’s battery, with the supplied
fuse installed at the BATTERY END of this wire.
3)
Brown
Siren (+)
Connect this wire to the RED wire of the Siren.
Output is +12 volts when the alarm is triggered.
4)
Black
Ground
Connect this wire to a clean, solid GROUND. Do Not
confuse this wire with the short, black antenna wire.
Do Not Ground The Antenna Wire!
5)
Orange
Starter
Negative output to the Starter Interrupt relay.
Interrupt (–)
See Wiring diagram for connections.
6)
Gray
Channel 2
Negative pulse output when Button #2 of transmitter is
pressed for 3 seconds. See the diagram on Page 5.
7)
Green
(–) Door
Connect this wire to door pinswitches that are
Trigger
NEGATIVE when the door is open.
8)
Blue
(–) Trigger
Negative trip input for connection to an external
sensor or door/trunk /hood pin switch.
9)
Violet
(+) Door
Connect this wire to door pinswitches that are
Trigger
POSITIVE when the door is open.
10)
Yellow
Ignition
Connect to a source of TRUE IGNITION, a wire that is
hot in both the RUN and START positions.
2-PIN VALET/OVERRIDE PLUG-IN CONNECTORS:
Valet Override
Switch
2-PIN LED PLUG-IN CONNECTORS:
Plug-in the Blue 2- pin connector for the VALET switch
to the Blue receptacle on the circuit board.
Plug-in this connector for the LED
to the Red receptacle on the circuit board.
3-PIN DOOR LOCK PLUG-IN CONNECTOR:
Door
Negative output pulse to door LOCK circuit. See
Lock (–)
door lock wiring diagrams on Page 5 for connections.
2)
Red
(+)
Optional 12 V Output.
3)
Blue
Door
Negative output pulse to door UNLOCK circuit.
Unlock (–)
See door lock wiring diagrams on Page 5 for connections.
4-PIN DUAL ZONE SHOCK SENSOR PLUG-IN CONNECTOR:
#
FUNCTION
1)
–
Dual Stage
Plug-in the Dual two-stage shock sensor’s connector
Shock Sensor
to the 4-pin receptacle on the circuit board.
3-PIN ACCESSORIES PLUG-IN CONNECTOR:
#
WIRE COLORS
FUNCTION
1)
2)
Green/Black
Red
(-) Dome light
Horn
3)
Yellow
(-) 3rd. Channel
Connect to optional relay for Dome light (See page 5).
Connect to (-) wire from the horn. May require relay
(See page 5).
Connect to Remote Starter input.
-4-
WIRING DIAGRAM
Ignition +12V MUST NOT DROP OUT during starting of vehicle.
2 STAGE
SHOCK
SENSOR
DIP SWITCH
(SEE BOXED
INFORMATION
12V FLASHING
LIGHT OUTPUT
(10 AMPS)
SEE PAGE 6
1 2 3 4
SENSOR
CONNECTOR
GREEN
RED
BLUE
DOOR LOCK
CONNECTOR
RED
NEGATIVE DOOR
LOCK OUTPUT (SEE PAGE 7)
BLACK
OPTIONAL (+) 12V OUTPUT
SIREN
NEGATIVE DOOR
UNLOCK OUTPUT (SEE PAGE 7)
WHITE
FUSE
RED
FUSE
BROWN
OPTIONAL STARTER
INTERRUPT RELAY
(+)12V AT
BATTERY
D1A DIODE
85 87A 87
86
30
BLACK
RECEIVER
MODULE
HARNESS
GROUND
ORANGE
GRAY
2nd CHANNEL (-) OUTPUT I.E. TRUNK RELEASE
BLUE
VIOLET
NEGATIVE TRIGGER INPUT
I.E. TRUNK/HOOD SWITCH
OR OPTIONAL SENSOR
BLACK
GREEN/BLACK
ANTENNA (DO NOT
GROUND THIS WIRE)
X
IGNITION
SWITCH
YELLOW
OPTIONAL
ACCESSORIES
CONNECTOR
CUT
TO
STARTER
GREEN
+12VDC
RED
IGNITION
WIRE
TO BATTERY
DOME LIGHT (-)
HORN (-)
YELLOW
3rd. CHANNEL (-)
BLUE VALET
CONNECTOR
VALET SWITCH
RED LED
CONNECTOR
LED
DIP SWITCH PROGRAMS:
(1) Selects .75 or seconds for door lock/unlock pulse.
(2) Selects ignition lock/unlock feature
(3) Selects passive/active lock.
(4) Selects passive/active arming.
See programming specifics on page 1, Section 1.
-5-
POWER DOOR LOCK
DIAGRAMS:
POSITIVE TRIGGER DOOR LOCK CIRCUIT:
The System comes equipped to handle
ground door lock installations.The Blue
and Green wires from the Receiver
Module are ready to tap into grounding
door lock systems.
The following door lock diagrams
require two SPDT Relays or the appropriate accessories not included with the
System.These items must be ordered
separately.
FOR POSITIVE
PARKING LIGHTS
TO DOOR LOCK RELAY
TO DOOR UNLOCK RELAY
UNLOCK
87
87a
BLUE WIRE
85
86
LOCK
87
87a
GREEN WIRE
FROM ALARM
86
85
30
12 V FUSED CONSTANT
REVERSE POLARITY (DIRECTLY TO AD-ON ACTUATORS):
GROUND
GREEN WIRE
FROM ALARM
87a
86
VEHICLE
PARKING
LIGHT
WIRE
30
REVERSE POLARITY USING FACTORY SYSTEMS:
LOCK
UNLOCK
87
87a
BLUE WIRE
85
86
FROM ALARM
30
87
87a
GREEN WIRE
FROM ALARM
86
85
30
FOR NEGATIVE
PARKING LIGHTS
(MOST JAPANESE VEHICLES)
SWITCH
LOCK
12 V FUSED
CONSTANT
XCUTX
ACTUATOR
XCUTX
UNLOCK
TO VEHICLE
PARKING LIGHT
CIRCUIT
87
86
30
GROUND
BLUE WIRE
FROM ALARM
87
87a
85
86
30
87
85
12 V FUSED
CONSTANT
WHITE
87a
FROM ALARM
30
TRUNK RELEASE CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:
OUT TO TRUNK 12V
85
2nd CHANNEL
AUXILIARY
(GRAY WIRE)
WHITE
87
87a
86
85
30
If the power trunk release requires a positive pulse to operate,
use this circuit.
12V POSITIVE
DOME LIGHT
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:
TO NEGATIVE DOME LIGHT
PINSWITCH
GREEN/
BLACK
87
87a
85
86
30
NEGATIVE
TRIGGER
12V POSITIVE
GROUND
TO POSITIVE DOME LIGHT
PINSWITCH
GREEN/
BLACK
POSITIVE
TRIGGER
87
87a
85
30
86
12V POSITIVE
* For (+) trigger door locks, use the relay circuit shown above or you can also use a (+) Door Lock Circuit Inverter
(BW-345P16).
SYMPTOM
PROBABLE
CAUSE
SUGGESTED
CORRECTION
Alarm will not go
into Code Learning
Mode
RED or YELLOW wire not connected
to the correct power source. Ignition
sequence performed to slow.
Connect RED wire directly to a
constant +12V. Connect YELLOW wire
to true ignition wire (not at fuse
block).Repeat ignition sequence faster.
Unit is triggered any
time it is armed.
Shock sensor not adjusted
correctly, Door/hood inputs connected
to wrong polarity.
Readjust Shock sensor.
Disconnect the Door/hood input
wires to see if symptom stops.
If so check wires for wrong polarity.
Alarm will not rearm
or will not passively
arm.
Door (GREEN or VIOLET) inputs
connected to wrong polarity. Door pinswitches defective.
Connect door input wires to correct
polarity. Connect ignition input to
true ignition.
Alarm will arm from
transmitter but will
not passively arm.
Dipswitch #4 is off.
Set dipswitch #4 to ON.
Transmitter does
not arm or disarm
alarm.
Defective Transmitter. Bad battery.
Antenna wire is grounded.
Replace Transmitter or its
battery. Un-ground antenna.
Replace module.
Valet does not work.
Bad switch or wrong activation
sequence.
Repair or replace switch or check
user instructions for proper
activation sequence
Flashing output does
Bad connection on WHITE wire
or the drive polarity is wrong
for the circuit being driven.
Check WHITE wire.
Connect a SPDT Relay to this wire
if negative polarity is needed.
Door locks do not
lock/unlock correctly,
or action is reversed.
Defective GREEN or BLUE
wire from door lock connector plug,
GREEN and BLUE wires on door lock
connector plug reversed, or wrong
door lock wiring diagram used.
Check GREEN and BLUE wires
on door lock connector plug.
Check vehicle’s door lock
system for method of operation.
Reverse wiring to door relays.
(See page 5 for door lock wiring)
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
DLC warrants to the original purchaser that the vehicle alarm system
purchased will be free from defects in workmanship.
If it is determined that a defect exists, at our option, we will repair defective parts
or replace the system. If product is defective within one (1) year from date of purchase, item will be repaired or replaced at no cost to original purchaser. If product
is defective after one (1) year from date of purchase, ship defective unit prepaid to
DLC along with $20.00 U.S. ($30.00 Canadian) cashier’s check or money order to
cover cost of handling.
Proof of purchase by the original owner must accompany
warranty request before service is rendered.
16 Rev.7 091797
This warranty covers normal use. It does not cover damage from alteration, misuse, abuse, accident, improper installation or maintenance.Warranty does not cover
transmitter batteries or cases.This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you
may have rights which vary from state to state. If you have any questions,
contact your authorized dealer.
DLC/U.S.A.
12753 Moore Street
Cerritos, California 90703
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