CYCLOPS PARALYSER 385 Specifications

DELUXE REMOTE ALARM
USER INSTRUCTIONS
CYCL PS
SECURITY SYSTEMS
PROUDLY
AUSTRALIAN
CYCL PS
SECURITY SYSTEMS
THIS CARD SHOULD NOT BE LEFT IN YOUR VEHICLE.
IT MUST BE KEPT IN A SAFE SECURE PLACE.
-2-
Contents
Page
Introduction
Operations
5
6
! Remote controls
! Arming and Disarming
! PIN Override Procedure 10
! Programmable Options
! Program Options Table
! Options Descriptions
! Changing PIN Code
6
6
! Battery Replacement
Specifications
Optional Features
! Arm/Disarm Siren
Confirmation
6
! Silent Arming
7
! Automatic Arming
7
! Dome Light Function
7
! Panic Feature
8
! Open Door Warning
8
! Immobilisation
8
! Alarm Protection Zones 9
! Diagnostics
9
! Emergency Override
9
! Central Locking
! Boot release
! Anti-hijack
! Electric window closer
Trouble Shooting
Warranty
User Details
-3-
11
11
12
14
15
16
16
16
17
17
17
17
18
19
-4-
CYCLOPS PARALYSER 385
ENGINE IMMOBILISER
CYCL PS
SECURITY SYSTEMS
Introduction
Congratulations on having one of the world's most advanced alarm and
engine immobilisers installed in your vehicle. The CYCLOPS P385 meets
Australian Standards AS/NZS 4601 & AS/NZS3749. The P385 uses high
security, high reliability circuitry to disable your car’s engine.
The alarm system uses sensors and independent switches to protect the
entry points to the vehicle. If a would-be thief removes the battery leads
from the battery terminals, the system will continue to sound the siren
using it’s battery backup feature.
-5-
OPERATIONS
REMOTE CONTROLS
LED
The P385 is supplied with two rolling code remote
controls. Each time a button is pressed, the code
rolls to a new code. Each code is never used
twice. A small green Light Emitting Diode (LED)
will light when a remote control button is
pressed.
ARMING AND DISARMING
MAIN BUTTON
SECONDARY
BUTTON
KEYRING
To arm or disarm the system, press the main button
on the remote control. The vehicle’s indicators will confirm a valid remote
operation. Two flashes for arm and one flash for disarm. The status LED
located on the car’s dash or steering column will flash when the
immobiliser is armed.
ARM/DISARM SIREN CONFIRMATION
Each time the P385 is armed the siren will chirp twice to confirm the arm
operation. The siren will not chirp if the automatic arming function arms
the system. The siren will chirp once when the system is disarmed by
remote control.
-6-
SILENT ARMING
The arm/disarm confirmation chirps can be suspended for one operation
by momentarily pressing the secondary button before pressing the main
button. The chirp will re-enable upon the next operation. The siren can be
permanently cancelled by changing option #13 (see page 11)
AUTOMATIC ARMING
The P385 will automatically disable the engine 40 seconds after the ignition
switch is turned off. Pressing the main remote control button after the system
has automatically armed, will command the P385 to disarm for another 40
seconds. Switching the ignition switch to the ON position is the only way to
stop/reset the auto-arming countdown.
DOME LIGHT FUNCTION
When the P385 is disarmed by remote control, the internal circuitry will
switch on the car’s dome light for 30 seconds. This feature will be
cancelled if the driver turns the ignition switch to the ON position. Factory
setting is disabled (see page 11 for details).
-7-
PANIC FEATURE (Car Location)
The P385 can be commanded “panic” for 30 seconds if the main button is
pressed for more than 2 seconds. The panic feature will sound the siren
and flash the indicators. To cancel the Panic Feature, momentarily press
the main button once more. The panic feature is available only while the
system is armed.
OPEN DOOR WARNING
If any connected door is detected as being open while arming, the P385 will
flash the indicators and chirp the siren 8 times. This can happen if the car
has a built-in feature which extends the dome light time. These cars will
need this feature disabled (option #21 - see page 11).
IMMOBILISATION
The P385 includes two independent circuits of immobilisation. Each circuit
starves the engine of one of it’s critical power supplies. The circuits are
designed to be fail-secure, so if a would-be thief was to cut power to the
P385, the circuit design will ensure the car remains immobilised.
-8-
ALARM PROTECTION ZONES
The P385 protects the vehicle by monitoring all door, bonnet and boot
switches, as well as “listening” for the sound of breaking glass. For
convertibles and softtop cars additional sensors can be installed to
provide movement detection.
DIAGNOSTICS
When any circuit triggers the P385, the
number of the zone responsible will be
recorded in the system memory. The
number is flashed back through the
indicators and status LED when the
P385 is next disarmed. The zones are
listed in the table:
Zone
1
2
3
4
Description
Bonnet switch
Auxiliary trigger
Doors/Boot
Glass Breakage
EMERGENCY OVER-RIDE
If either of the remote controls supplied with the P385 is lost, broken or
stolen, the immobiliser can be disarmed by use of a unique 4 digit Personal
Identification Number (PIN). The PIN is entered using a combination of
ignition switch and LED flashes (see page 10).
-9-
PIN OVER-RIDE PROCEDURE
To illustrate the PIN over-ride procedure we DUST CAP
will assume a PIN of 4,3,2,1.
1. Turn the lock on the back of the siren to KEY
disable the sound.
LOCK
2. If indicators are still flashing, allow the
system to reset with all doors closed.
3. Turn ignition switch to ON position, the
SIREN
status LED will remain lit.
SWITCH SIREN OFF
4. Turn ignition switch to the ACC position and
count the LED flashes.
5. Turn ignition switch ON when the 4th flash has extinguished.
6. Turn back to ACC position and count 3 flashes, switch ignition ON.
7. Turn back to ACC position and count 2 flashes, switch ignition ON.
8. Turn back to ACC position and count 1 flash, switch ignition ON.
When all four digits have been entered correctly, the car’s indicators will
flash once to confirm that the immobiliser is disarmed. The engine can be
started and the car driven. The automatic arming feature will ensure car is
secured again if the ignition is left off for more than 40 seconds.
-10-
PROGRAMMABLE OPTIONS
The P385 includes 9 programmable options which alter the system
functions to comply with the user’s preferences and vehicle special needs.
Changing an option setting is as simple as
! Switch the ignition key ON a certain number times (this number
corresponds to the option number).
! Press the remote control after the prompt from the vehicle’s
indicators.
After the remote press the indicators will flash either once or three times
to show the result of the option change. Please see the follow table:
PROGRAMMABLE OPTIONS TABLE
IGNITION SWITCH TURNS
3
ANTI HIJACK
7
PROGRAM NEW REMOTE
9
DOME LIGHT UPON DISARM***
11
HORN/SIREN OUTPUT TYPE
13
ARM/DISARM CONFIRMATION
15
120 SEC RELOCK
17
C/LOCKING PULSE TIME***
19
CHANGE PIN CODE
21
OPEN DOOR WARNING
1 FLASH
3FLASHES
DISABLED
ENABLED
PRESS REMOTE
DISABLE
ENABLED
PULSED
CONSTANT
DISABLED
ENABLED
DISABLED
ENABLED
0.8 SEC
3 SECS
BEGIN NEW PIN
DISABLED
ENABLED
*** do not change - installer only (incorrect setting can damage the system or central locking)
-11-
PROGRAMMABLE OPTION DESCRIPTIONS
Option #3** the Anti Hijack feature locks the car doors when the
ignition is switched on, except when a connected door is open. The anti
hijack feature unlocks the doors when the ignition is switched off (when
driver has reached destination). The feature is disabled if the dome light
illumination is extended by a vehicle timing circuit.
!
Option #7 programming remote isn't strictly an optional feature. This
feature is used if a spare remote is purchased. Carry out the same
procedure as normal option changes. The first flash indicates the system
is ready to accept a new remote code. Press the main button of the new
remote control within two seconds to teach system. Four indicator
flashes indicates successful programming procedure.
!
Option #9 illuminates the dome light of the vehicle for thirty seconds
when the system disarmed. The light will extinguish early if the ignition
switch is turned to the ON position. Installer may have disabled this
function to prevent damage to system (enquire before enabling).
!
Option #11** determines whether the 30 seconds of siren output is
constant or pulsed. The constant output suits a connection to a siren,
which allows the siren to sound at full volume. The pulsed output suits the
car horn.
** optional feature - will require additional connection(s).
!
-12-
PROGRAMMABLE OPTION DESCRIPTIONS cont’
Option #13** sets the system to always arm/disarm in silent mode. The
standard indicator flashes will accompany each arm/disarm command, but
the siren will remain silent.
!
Option #15** enables the auto-relock feature. The doors will
automatically re-lock when the vehicle has been disarmed by remote
control and the doors remain closed for more than 120 seconds.
!
Option #17** is used to extend the time length of the central locking
pulses. Vehicles that use a pneumatic central locking system require
about three seconds to allow the pump to charge the air hoses. Enable this
option only to extend the time in these situations.
!
Warning: extending the pulse time to a direct drive relay will cause damage to actuator.
! Option #19 is used to change the values of the Emergency PIN. A card
with the PIN details must be supplied by your installer. Please contact
your installer if the card is missing.
! Option #21 the alarm system can be set to produce an open door warning
when arming. The warning is in the form of a short series of chirps from
the siren or horn. Do not enable this option where the dome light
illumination is extended by the vehicle’s timing circuit.
** optional feature - will require additional connection(s).
-13-
CHANGING PIN CODE
To alter the PIN code of the system, follow the standard option change
procedure; select option #19.
!
The vehicle indicators will flash twice to inform you that the system is
ready to accept the new PIN. The “time-out” is set to two seconds. If
the programming has not begun before then, the system will drop-out
of programming mode.
!
Enter the new digits by momentarily pressing the main button on a
valid remote control. The vehicle indicators will flash in response to
each press. Stop pressing when the correct digit count is achieved.
Each digit will be confirmed by two indicator flashes.
!
Enter the remaining digits in the same fashion. Four flashes will
confirm the programming procedure is complete.
Arm the system and confirm the new PIN by completing override
procedure (page 10). Ensure the new PIN is recorded, but do not leave in
vehicle.
-14-
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
Using a flat head screwdriver to carefully
CASE TOP MEMBRANE
PCB
separate the two body housings taking
CASE BOTTOM
care not to disturb the circuit board.
Remove the old batteries whilst
paying attention to the
orientation of the positive and
negative terminals. Insert new
KEYRING
batteries in identical fashion to
the original and re-assemble
REMOVE BATTERIES
IN THIS DIRECTION
remote. Test remote control by
pressing main button. For further
information, please contact your local Cyclops service centre. Remote
battery type CR2016.
-15-
SPECIFICATIONS
Manufactured by
Model Number
Standards met
Supply voltage
Current consumption
Country of manufacture
RF Transmission Freq
Dynamco Pty Ltd.
P385.
Both AS/NZS 4601 and 3749
+9VDC - 15VDC.
less than 20mA (while armed).
China (in Dynamco’s ISO-9002 facility).
433MHz
OPTIONAL FEATURES
All optional features require additional connections. Many require
additional hardware as well. Each feature is described within the next
pages.
CENTRAL LOCKING
Each time the P385 is armed by remote control the car doors will lock. Likewise when
disarming by remote control, the doors will unlock. When the auto-lock feature (#15)
is enabled, the doors will re-lock after 120 seconds if all doors remain closed after
disarming.
-16-
BOOT RELEASE
Press the second button on the remote control and keep it depressed until the boot
releases*. This will take about three seconds. A successful boot release signal will
disarm the alarm and flash the vehicle indicators four times. This function can only
operate if the vehicle is equipped with an electrical boot release.
ANTI HIJACK
Two seconds after the ignition is switch to the ON position, the P385 will lock the
cars doors. The lock signal will be cancelled if the P385 detects any connected door
open*. As soon as the ignition switch is turned off, the P385 will unlock the doors*.
This feature comes as standard, and can be disabled (see option #3).
ELECTRIC WINDOW CLOSER
Only when the P385 is armed by remote control, the electric windows of the car will
roll up until closed.
PROBLEM SOLVING
System won't arm. LED on dash won't flash.
!
!
!
Make sure that ignition switch is in the OFF position.
Ensure the vehicle battery is not flat.
Try your spare remote transmitter unit.
!
!
Try spare remote control.
Use Emergency PIN to override system and contact nearest Cyclops service centre.
!
If the remote fails to operate and the LED does not light up when the button is pressed then change the
battery. To do this you will need a small screwdriver. See page 12 for details on battery. replacement
System won’t disarm. LED on dash won’t extinguish.
The remote fails to operate
-17-
WARRANTY
The Dynamco range of Cyclops Security Systems is covered by an extensive two year warranty (parts & accessories one year). In the unlikely event of a
faulty system Dynamco will either replace or repair the system at no cost during the 2 year period.
The warranty does allow for the following conditions ~
Subject to the conditions stated below, Dynamco Pty Ltd warranty the product to be free from manufacturing defects and faulty material within the
warranty period stated.
That the warranty registration has been completed in full at the time of purchase / installation and is produced when warranty service is sought
The warranty does not cover general maintenance such as cleaning / adjusting of door, boot, bonnet or any entry point switch, nor replacement of
consumables items such as transmitter batteries, lighting circuit bulbs / switches.
The warranty shall be null & void if: 1.
Any person other than by an Authorised Cyclops Sales, Service & Installation Centre has repaired the product.
2.
Should a system / part defect become apparent within the warranty period DYNAMCO PTY LTD will repair the product free of charge for parts
and labour. The warranty does not cover service labour content or mobile service content.
3.
The product has been altered or tampered with in any way, or the serial number altered, defaced or removed.
4.
The defect has been caused by negligence by the owner or their agent / third party.
5.
The product has not been operated correctly, installed by an unauthorised Cyclops installer or has been subjected to misuse or undue wear and tear
6.
Siren, control module, remote controls or any other system part are damaged by water.
The warranty does not cover the following costs: 1.
Transport of the product to and from Cyclops Service Centres.
2.
Insurance of the product whilst in transit to or from the Cyclops Service Centres
3.
Cost of any service call / labour where the product is found by Cyclops to be in good working order
The benefits conferred by this Warranty are in addition to all other rights and remedies, which the consumer has conferred in law.
“No liability is accepted for any loss, loss from, damage to or inability to use the vehicle to which the system is installed”.
-18-
WARRANTY REGISTRATION
PURCHASED FROM
OWNER’S NAME
TYPE OF VEHICLE
VEHICLE REGO
MODEL OF UNIT
P.I.N
DATE OF MANUFACTURE
DATE OF INSTALL’
WARRANTY PERIOD
CONTROL MODULE
SIREN & REMOTES
INSTALLER’S NAME
AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY PHONE
-19-
.
.
.
.
CYCL PS
SECURITY SYSTEMS
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
-20-