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Avitel 5303 Instruction manual
Avital Model 5303
2-way remote
Owner’s Guide
Addendum
© 2008 Directed Electronics, Vista, CA
ADG5303L 2008-07
Contents
Government Regulations................................................................................................................ 3
About this addendum.................................................................................................................... 4
Remote configuration..................................................................................................................... 4
LCD 2-way remote................................................................................................................... 4
System maintenance................................................................................................................. 6
LCD 2-way remote functions........................................................................................................... 7
Standard button configuration................................................................................................... 7
Icon configuration.................................................................................................................... 8
LCD 2-way button functions.......................................................................................................... 10
LCD 2-way remote operation........................................................................................................ 11
Paging features..................................................................................................................... 11
Warn away® response description........................................................................................... 11
Triggered response description................................................................................................ 11
Setting the clock.................................................................................................................... 12
Temperature check mode........................................................................................................ 12
24-hour timer mode............................................................................................................... 12
Government Regulations
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This
device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesirable operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital device, pursuant to Part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in
a residential installation. This equipment generates and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television, which can be determined by turning the equipment OFF and
ON, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio / TV technician for help.
This device complies with the Industry Canada Radio Standards Specification RSS 210. Its use is authorized
only on a no-interference, no-protection basis; in other words, this device must not be used if it is determined that
it causes harmful interference to services authorized by IC. In addition, the user of this device must accept any
radio interference that may be received, even if this interference could affect the operation of the device.
Warning:
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate this device.
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About this addendum
This guide only includes information about using the Avital 5303’s LCD 2-way remote. For complete information
about the 5303 Remote Start Security system, please consult the Owners Guide.
Remote configuration
➤ LCD 2-way remote
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Vehicle Interior Temperature Indicator
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Numeric Display
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AM/PM Indicator
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Alarm Clock Mode Indicator
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Timer Function Indicator
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Transmit Range Indicator
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Transmission Indication
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Vibrate/Beep Mode Indicator
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Power Saver Mode Indicator
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Remote Start Timer Mode Indicator
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No Function
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Vehicle Page Mode Indicator
13
Full Trigger Shock Sensor Indicator
14
Hood/Trunk Open or Trigger Indicator
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Parking Light Indicator
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Door Open or Trigger Indicator
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Arm/Lock Button
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Disarm/Unlock Button
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Remote Start Indicator
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Hood/Trunk Open or Trigger Indicator
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Remote Start Button
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Valet® Mode Indicator
23
Remote Start Safety Shutdown Indicator
24
Battery Level Indicator
25
Auxiliary Button
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Temperature-Controlled Remote Start Indicator
27
Silent Arm/Disarm Mode Indicator
28
Full Trigger Alert Indicator
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Arm/Disarm Indicator
30
Function Button
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Celsius/Fahrenheit Indicator
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➤ System maintenance
The system requires no specific main­te­nance other than battery replacement for the remote.
LCD 2-Way Remote Battery Replacement
The 2-way remote is powered by a 1.5V AAA battery. The Battery indicator has three levels that serve as a
visual indication of battery charge. When the battery reaches a low charge level that requires replacement,
the remote will generate a single notification chirp, and the Battery Level indicator will flash continuously.
To replace the battery, gently pull the battery cover release tab, then slide the door down to expose the battery
and remove the expired battery. Place the new battery into the remote observing the correct polarity. When
power is returned to the remote the all icons on the remote LCD are illuminated and the remote generates all
beeper tones once.
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LCD 2-way remote functions
The remote buttons are used to send commands to the system. The descriptions below reflect the standard configuration for this system. The buttons can be custom configured for the user’s specific needs by the installer.
➤ Standard button configuration
Button
The System Arm/Lock and Multi-Level Security Arming functions are controlled by pressing this button.
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Button
The System Disarm/Unlock and High Security Disarm functions are controlled by pressing this button.
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Button
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Channel 2 output is controlled by pressing and holding this button for two seconds.
Button
The panic feature is controlled by pressing and holding this button for three seconds. Press again to disable panic mode.
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Button
The LCD backlighting will turn on when pressed for less than one second; when held for more than five
seconds the remote will enter adjustment mode allowing the setting of the clock, timer mode, and audible
melody selection. For more information, please refer to the Function Button Configurations section of this
guide.
Button
The remote start function of the system is controlled by pressing this button for one second. To stop the
remote start press this button once. Also, stepping on the brake pedal will cancel the remote start.
and
Buttons
When pressed simultaneously these buttons activate 24 hour remote start timer mode, engaging the remote
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start function every 24 hours.
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Buttons
When pressed simultaneously these buttons display the internal temperature of the vehicle on the LCD.
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and
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Buttons
The numeric display toggles between the time of the day and the alarm clock when these buttons are pressed
simultaneously.
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and
Buttons
Press these buttons simultaneously to activate the parking timer. Each additional press will toggle through the
available options (10 min., 20 min., 30 min., 1 hour, 1.5 hours, 2 hours, and off).
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and
Buttons
When pressed simultaneously these buttons toggle between beep notification and vibrate notification.
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Buttons
When pressed simultaneously these buttons activate battery saver mode. The power consumption on the remote
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battery drops to zero when the alarm is inactive or disarmed.
➤ Icon descriptions
The vehicle interior temperature icon displays the temperature of the inside of the vehicle when prompted.
The numeric display icon will show the hours and minutes.
The AM/PM icon indicates the time before or after noon.
The alarm clock mode icon indicates that the alarm clock mode is active.
The timer function icon flashes during timed functions including parking timer.
The transmit range indicator icon stays visible as long as the system is within operating range.
The remote transmission indicator icon displays when the transceiver is transmitting a signal.
The vibrate/beep mode icon appears when the remote is set to vibrate mode.
The power saver mode can be turned on or off with the remote. This icon displays the status.
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The remote start timer mode icon indicates that the 24-hour Auto start feature is active. It automatically remote
starts 24 hours from the time activated.
The VRS mode icon has no function.
The vehicle page mode icon displays when the alarm module is paging the remote. Page mode is activated
when the valet switch in the vehicle is pressed and held for 4 seconds.
The full trigger shock sensor icon indicates that the shock sensor has been triggered by a hard shock.
and
The hood/trunk open or trigger icon illuminates when the hood or trunk trigger has been activated
or the hood or trunk is open, and bypasses those zones until it is closed.
The parking light icon will flash twice when armed or disarmed. The icon also flashes during WarnAway
and at the beginning and end of remote start cycles.
The door open or trigger icon illuminates when the door trigger has been activated or the door is open, and
bypasses that zone until it is closed.
The remote start icon indicates when the vehicle is remotely started.
The Valet® mode icon appears when the system is in Valet® mode.
The remote start safety shut down icon indicates the vehicle may be in gear or other unsafe condition inhibiting
remote start operation.
The battery level icon indicates the level of power remaining in the battery.
The silent arm/disarm icon appears when the system has been armed or disarmed in the silent mode.
The full trigger alert icon illuminates when the security system has been triggered by a heavy impact, door
trigger violation, optional sensor violation, or a hood/trunk trigger.
The arm icon appears when the vehicle is armed and locked. The disarm icon appears when the vehicle is
disarmed and unlocked.
Celsius/Fahrenheit icon indicates the current mode of the displayed temperature either in Celsius or Fahrenheit.
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LCD 2-way button functions
Function
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Lamp On (10 sec)
Button (s)
Icon
Audio
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Power Saver Mode
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Beep/Vibrate Mode
Time Adjust Mode (hour)**
4 Vibrations/ 1 Beep
2 beeps
+ for 5 secs.
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Time Adjust Mode (min) **
Melody
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Alarm Clock Set Mode (hour)**
1 Time***
2 Times**
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Alarm Clock Set Mode (min)**
3 Times
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Alarm Clock Music or Power on Music
Selection
Alarm Clock Adjust Mode (on/off)**
5 Selections
1/2/3/4/5
4 Times***
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5 Times***
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Timer Count Down Adjust Mode
(hour)**
Timer Count Down Adjust Mode
(min)**
Timer Count Down Ending Melody
Selection 1**
RS Timer Count Down Mode (on/off)
6 Times***
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7 Times***
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5 Selections
1/2/3/4/5
8 Times***
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9 Times***
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Remote Start On Melody Selection 2
5 Selections
1/2/3/4/5
Melody
10 Times***
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10 Min Parking Count Down Mode
+
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20 Min Parking Count Down Mode
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30 Min Parking Count Down Mode
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60 Min Parking Count Down Mode
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90 Min Parking Count Down Mode
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120 Min Parking Count Down Mode
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Parking Count Down Off Mode
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Alarm Clock Mode On/Off***
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Celsius/Fahrenheit Select Mode
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1 Time
+
2 Times
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3 Times
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4 Times
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5 Times
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6 Times
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7 Times
Melody
Melody
Melody
Melody
Melody
Melody
Melody
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Melody
or
This function operates in the disarmed state only.
** The
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button advances the selection upward. The
button advances the selection downward or select
the off setting.
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*** Be sure to hold
down for 5 seconds before entering time clock adjust mode operation.
**** Press once to have the alarm clock on. Press twice to have the alarm clock off.
The remote will revert to normal operation from the set mode when 15-seconds has elapsed without a button
entry.
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LCD 2-way remote operation
The remote start system operates at 434 MHz and incorporates Directed’s proprietary A.S.K. out-board two-way
remote. The high frequency combined with Binary Data communication achieves superior range with two-way
communication.
➤ Paging features
The control module sends a page to the remote as confirmation of a received command, or alarm system status.
When the remote receives a page a notification, it beeps or vibrates and the alarm status, armed or disarmed, (the
lock or unlock icon) appears on the LCD. If the alarm has been triggered, the remote LC displays the zone triggered. To clear the alarm page, press any button on the remote. The LCD information is also cleared.
Note:
You will not be able to send a command, until the
alarm page is cleared.
➤ Warn away® response description
A Warn Away® Response consists of an alarm page along with the responses described below.
• Shock Sensor - Light impacts to the vehicle will flash the vehicle lights and chirp the siren for a few seconds.
• Remote Control Notification - Ten quick beeps (or one vibration).
• Remote Control LCD - The full trigger alert icon (28) will dimly illuminate for two seconds
• The remote will enter Page Recognition Mode and operate alarm page alerts.
Note: Icons 13 and 14 represent alarm system zone inputs. For more
information about icons and the zones they represent refer to the Standard Remote Configurations section.
➤ Triggered response description
A Triggered Response can be activated by any of the triggers listed below and consists of an alarm page along
with the response described for each trigger. The default Triggered Response duration is 30 seconds but can be
programmed from 1-180 seconds by your installer with the Directed Bitwriter®.
• Sensor Trigger - Heavy impacts to the vehicle will instantly sound the siren and flash the lights for the programmed duration and report Zone 2.
• Door Trigger - If a door is opened the siren will chirp for three seconds, then the siren will sound and the lights
will flash for the programmed duration and report Zone 3. The three seconds allow the user time to disarm
the system with a minimum of noise should a door be opened inadvertently while the system is armed.
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• Hood Trigger - Opening the hood will sound the siren, flash the lights for the programmed duration, and
report Zone 1.
• Trunk Trigger - Opening the trunk (if connected) will instantly sound the siren and flash the lights for the programmed duration and report Zone 4.
• Ignition Trigger - If the ignition is turned on the siren will chirp for three seconds, then the siren will sound and
the lights will flash for the programmed duration and report Zone 5.
When a Triggered Response is activated the transceiver will:
• Repeat four quick beeps (or vibrate) for 15 seconds.
• The full trigger alert icon (28) will turn on for 15 seconds.
➤ Setting the clock
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To set the clock press and hold
for five seconds, the transceiver will chirp twice and the hour selection will
start flashing. Immediately press
to advance the hour selection or
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to reverse the hour selection.
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Once the correct hour is displayed press
advance the minute selection or
again and the minute selection will start flashing. Then press
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to
to reverse the minute selection. Once the correct time is displayed simply
stop pressing all buttons for 15 seconds and the transceiver will automatically exit the clock mode.
➤ Temperature check mode
This system will report the interior temperature of your vehicle with the press of three buttons. To activate the temperature display press
,
and
simultaneously and then release. You will hear a melody and the interior
temperature will appear on the LCD screen for five seconds.
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Note: If the ignition is on, the temperature check will
not work.
➤ 24-hour timer mode
To enter 24 hour timer mode, press
and
simultaneously. The 2-way remote will produce a melody and
the clock indicator will appear on the remote’s LCD. Once in Timer Mode, the system will remote start every 24
hours. Repeat this procedure to turn 24 hour Timer Mode off.
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The company behind this system is Directed Electronics
Since its inception, Directed Electronics has had one purpose, to provide consumers with the finest vehicle security and car stereo products and accessories available. The recipient of nearly 100 patents and Innovations Awards in the field of
advanced electronic technology.
Directed is ISO 9001 registered.
Quality Directed Electronics products are sold and serviced throughout North
America and around the world.
Call (800) 274-0200 for more information about our products and services.
ADG5303L 2008-07
Vista, CA 92081
www.directed.com
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