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AVS AVS-3010 Owner`s manual
AVS 3010
Owner’s manual
Thank you for choosing the AVS 3010 car alarm.
It has been designed to provide security and
convenience for you and your vehicle. Please
read this guide carefully and keep it in a safe
place for future reference.
Remote controls
Two remotes are supplied and are used to control the system’s functions.
The remotes have rolling codes (4 billion codes) to prevent scanning and
code grabbing devices.
Remote batteries
Each remote is fitted with CR1616 x 2 long life Lithium batteries.
Replacement batteries are available from electrical retailers or
AVS dealers.
1. The remote range begins to decrease.
NOTE: Like any electrical device the remote contain sensitive
components that are easily damaged or broken, especially if dropped
or exposed to water. They are expensive to replace so please take
care of them.
Normal operation
1. Press the top button (nearest the LED light).
2. The indicators will flash once and the siren will chirp once.
3. The doors will lock (if optional central locking installed).
4. The LED light on the dash will light solid for 20 seconds.
5. The LED light will then start flashing. The system is now armed.
Alarm trigger
If a door, bonnet or boot is opened or the shock sensor is triggered
while the system is armed the siren will sound and the indicators
will flash for 30 seconds. The system will then re-set itself.
Door ajar warning/zone error
If the siren chirps after four seconds on arming a door, bonnet or
boot is opened or there is a problem with one of the zones in the
vehicle. The system will exclude that zone until there is no error.
See the table below for the zone error message:
Number of chirps
Error zone
Voltage drop
Optional sensor
Shock sensor
* If your vehicle has a factory interior light delay this feature may not be available.
1. Press the bottom button.
2. The indicators will flash and the siren will chirp three times.
3. The doors will unlock (if optional central locking installed).
4. The LED light on the dash will go out. The system is now disarmed.
Alarm trigger zone
If the alarm is triggered while you are away from the vehicle the LED
light on the dash will tell you which zone has been triggered.
1. Disarm the alarm and turn on the ignition.
2. Watch the LED light on the dash and count the number of flashes.
It will only flash the first time you turn on the ignition after a trigger.
3. See the table below for zone codes.
Number of flashes
Triggered zone
Voltage drop
Optional sensor
Shock sensor
Panic/car finder
1. Make sure the car ignition is turned off.
2. Press the top button on the remote for two seconds.
3. The indicators will flash and the siren will sound for 30 seconds.
4. To cancel panic, press the top button again.
Valet mode
This mode will stop the alarm arming. It is a useful if your vehicle
is being serviced or repaired. In valet mode only central locking
from the top button (if connected) and boot release from the bottom
button (if connected) of the remote will operate.
Turn valet mode on
1. Disarm the alarm.
2. Turn the ignition on.
3. Push and hold the bottom button on the remote for two seconds.
4. The siren will chirp 10 times to confirm it is in valet mode.
Turn valet mode off
1. Turn the ignition on.
2. Push and hold the bottom button on the remote for two seconds.
3. The siren will chirp 10 times to confirm valet mode is off.
Shock sensor
The AVS 3010 comes with a dual stage shock sensor. If the sensor
detects a light impact to the vehicle the alarm will chirp the siren and
flash the indicators three times. If the sensor detects a heavy impact
the system will enter full alarm mode.
Disable the shock sensor
The shock sensor can be temporarily turned off.
1. Arm the alarm.
2. Press the top button on the remote again within two seconds.
3. The siren will give a long chirp. The shock sensor is now disabled.
The next time the alarm is armed the shock sensor will automatically
turn back on.
The AVS 3010 includes two immobiliser cuts via the starter motor
and ignition system or fuel pump. The immobilisers come on
automatically when the alarm is armed so the car cannot be started
unless the alarm is disarmed via the remote.
Emergency disarm/PIN code override
Emergency disarm allows you to override the system if the remotes
are lost or broken (or the remote batteries are flat) so you can start
the car.
How to use PIN code for emergency disarm
1. Open the driver’s door. The siren will sound.
2. Enter the car and close the door.
3. Within 30 seconds turn the ignition from OFF to ACC back to OFF
the number of times for your PIN code and leave in the OFF position.
4. Wait 30 seconds until the siren stops. If the code is correct the
alarm will disarm. If the alarm does not disarm the code was
entered incorrectly. Start again from 1.
Optional features
Optional features are dependent on the systems already in your vehicle
and may require additional parts or installation charges. Features are
subject to change and not all features are available on all vehicles.
Check with your AVS installer.
Central door locking
The alarm can lock/unlock the doors when the alarm is armed/disarmed.
Door lock on ignition
The system will lock the doors when the ignition is on and the brake
pedal is touched twice (if central locking is connected).
Boot release from the remote
1. Make sure the car ignition is turned off.
2. Press the bottom button on the remote for two seconds.
3. The indicators will flash five times and the boot will unlock.
Silent arm/disarm
The AVS 3010 can be programmed to silently arm and disarm. The
indicators will still flash.
Auto re-arm and re-lock
The alarm will automatically re-arm and re-lock the doors (if central
locking connected) if the system is disarmed and a door not opened
within 30 seconds. This prevents the accidental disarming of the
alarm system.
The AVS 3010 can be fitted with additional accessories.
A charge will apply.
Glass break sensor
Detects the sound frequency of breaking glass.
Ultrasonic sensor
Measures air pressure and movement within the car
and will trigger if the pressure changes. Gives superior
protection for the interior of the vehicle.
Microwave sensor
Ideal for convertibles it detects body mass, such as a
person, entering the vehicle.
Digital tilt sensor
Essential protection for mag wheels. Will trigger if the
car is tilted in any direction from 1 degree.
Screamer siren
An extremely high-pitched screamer siren installed in
the cabin of the car.
Frequently asked questions
Why is the remote range getting shorter?
The remote batteries are going flat. Replacement batteries are available from your AVS dealer or electrical retailer (CR1616 x 2 per remote).
I have lost/damaged my remote. How do I start the car?
You can disarm the system by using the emergency disarm/PIN
code override.
My alarm chirps more than once when I arm the system?
The system is warning you that a door or bonnet/boot is open. Disarm
the system, correct the problem and start again.
I disarmed the system a few minutes ago but now it is
armed again?
It is most likely the system recognised you did not enter the car so it
has automatically re-armed. This feature can be turned off by your
AVS installer.
The system disarms and the dash lights are working but the car
won‘t start? There is a clicking sound when I try to turn on the car but
it won’t start?
This is often an indicator of a flat car battery. The system draws such
a small amount of power the system can be armed and disarmed (just
like you can still see the dash lights) but the car does not have enough
power to start. You will need to replace or recharge the car battery.
Note: if jump-starting the car please use protected jumper leads as
failure to do so can do irreparable damage to the alarm system and
your car’s computer system and will void your car alarm warranty.
I’m worried the alarm will drain the car battery?
The AVS 3010 has been designed to draw as small an amount of
current from your car battery as possible (<20mA). As long as the car’s
battery is in good condition the system should not adversely affect it if
left unattended for up to three weeks approximately.
3-year warranty
Complete the information below and keep with your
original receipt for the three year warranty period.
Installation details:
Date of Installation:
Installer NZSA #:
Additional accessories:
Your details:
Vehicle Make:
Vehicle Model:
Rego #:
Terms and conditions:
Manta Electronics Ltd warrants the original
consumer purchaser that the product described
above, installed in the vehicle above, is free
from defects in material and workmanship.
Should this product be proven to be defective in
materials or workmanship during the term of the
warranty, Manta Electronics Ltd shall replace or
repair any product or part of the product which
Manta Electronics Ltd agrees is defective,
without charge.
Warranty on installation labour, removal and
reinstallation charges are not the responsibility
of Manta Electronics Ltd.
If you require a mobile technician to call there
will be a call out charge regardless of the cause
of the fault.
Any damage to the products as a result of
misuse, abuse, neglect, accident, incorrect
wiring, improper installation, repair or alteration
or installation outside Manta Electronics Ltd
approved dealers will void warranty.
Remote control transmitters and batteries are
not covered under warranty.
This warranty shall not apply to any product
which is found to have been modified, repaired
or altered in any way without the express written
consent of Manta Electronics Ltd. This warranty
shall not apply to any equipment or product
connected to the Manta Electronics Ltd product.
This warranty does not constitute a guarantee
or insurance against the theft of the vehicle or
contents thereof.
This warranty does not affect your rights under
the Consumer Guarantees Act.
AVS and the AVS logo are registered trademarks of Manta Electronics Ltd
PO Box 302 396
North Harbour
North Shore 0751
New Zealand
00 64 9 476 8052
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