Altech Auto Security 5BCR10P Remote Starter User Manual

Model 5BCR10P
Programming Guide
Your Alarm and or Remote Start unit has a configurable receiver that allows
the transmitter to be programmed to operate the Lock Unlock functions with
one transmitter button or with two transmitter buttons (separate Lock/
Unlock). In addition, the receiver also allows driver priority function. This
driver priority function takes place when ever a particular transmitter is
used to unlock the vehicle regardless of the selection of one button or two
button operation.
The following indicates the receiver programmable slots.
1 Lock/Unlock or Lock
2 Unlock if Programmed
3 Trunk Release & or Remote Start (Optional on some models)
4 Auxiliary Output
5 Auxiliary Output
6 Driver 1 Priority or Sperate Output
7 Driver 2 Priority or Separate Output
Receiver channels 6 or 7 will accept the programming of transmitter
channel 1 if used as the Lock/Unlock button, or Channel 2 when separate
Lock Unlock buttons are programmed. In this way, whenever the transmitter is used to unlock the vehicle, channel 6 or 7, when programmed, will
provide a pulsed ground output. This output can be connected to the driver
priority function of the vehicle to reset preset user features. Please consult
with your installation center technician to see if this feature is available in
your vehicle.
NOTE: A total of 4 transmitters may be programmed into any receiver
channel.
Force programming a transmitter, removing a transmitter, or reprioritizing a
transmitter is covered later in this manual.
Also, if you do not program a transmitter button into channel 2 which is the
separate unlock/disarm channel, then whatever button is programmed into
channel 1 will serve as both lock/arm & unlock/disarm.
NOTE: The RED Button serves as a function button in combination with other
buttons explained in your owners manual. This button may not be used to
operate a receiver channel.
NOTE: The Option Button is predetermined and programmed for access to
Time Start, and Temperature Start & Check so it cannot be used for multiple
button operation of any other feature. It will however operate for any single
button programming.
This transmitter is also capable of one button programming for certain model
Audiovox Alarms. If your alarm is one of these models, then when step 3 is
completed on the following page, you can turn the ignition switch off and
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programming with the default button configurations for the first four channels will be complete.
TO ENTER THE PROGRAM MODE:
1. Turn the ignition switch to the “ON” position.
2. Within 10 seconds, press and release the valet/program switch three
times.
(Siren emits 1 short chirp indicating channel 1 has been entered)
3. Within 10 Seconds, press and hold the button of the first transmitter you
wish to control the Lock&Arm feature of your security system until a long
chirp is heard from the siren.
(Repeat this for each transmitter you wish to operate the Lock/Arm
feature).
4. Within 10 seconds, press and release the valet program switch one
time.
(Siren emits 2 short chirps indicating channel 2 has been entered)
5. Within 10 Seconds, press and hold any unused button(s) of the first
transmitter you wish to control the Unlock/Disarm feature of your security
system until a long chirp is heard from the siren.
NOTE: This channel is used only if you desire separate control of the
Lock/Unlock feature. If you wish to operate the Lock/Unlock features from
a single button, move onto step 6 as whatever button is programmed into
channel 1 will control both Lock & Arm/Unlock & Disarm.
(Repeat this for each transmitter you wish to operate the Unlock/Disarm
feature).
6. Within 10 seconds, press and release the valet program switch one
time.
(Siren emits 3 short chirps indicating channel 3 has been entered)
7. Within 10 Seconds, press and hold any unused button(s) of the first
transmitter you wish to control Channel 3 output, (Trunk Release) until a
long chirp is heard from the siren.
(Repeat this for each transmitter you wish to operate the Channel 3 output
(Trunk Release)
8. Within 10 seconds, press and release the valet program switch one
time.
(Siren emits 4 short chirps indicating channel 4 has been entered)
9. Within 10 Seconds, press and hold any unused button(s) of the first
transmitter you wish to control Channel 4 output, (Auxiliary Output 1) until
a long chirp is heard from the siren.
(Repeat this for each transmitter you wish to operate the Channel 4
output)
10. Within 10 seconds, press and release the valet program switch one
time.
(Siren emits 5 short chirps indicating channel 5 has been entered)
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11. Within 10 Seconds, press and hold any unused button(s) of the first
transmitter you wish to control Channel 5 output, (Auxiliary Output 2) until
a long chirp is heard from the siren.
(Repeat this for each transmitter you wish to operate the Channel 5
output)
12. Within 10 seconds, press and release the valet program switch one
time.
(Siren emits 6 short chirps indicating channel 6 has been entered)
13. Within 10 Seconds, press and hold the unlock button, (or any unused
button(s)), of the first transmitter you wish to control Channel 6 output,
(Driver Priority 1) until a long chirp is heard from the siren.
(Repeat this for each transmitter you wish to operate the Channel 6
output, Driver Priority 1)
14. Within 10 seconds, press and release the valet program switch one
time.
(Siren emits 7 short chirps indicating channel 7 has been entered)
15 .Within 10 Seconds, press and hold the unlock button (or any unused
button(s)) of the first transmitter you wish to control Channel 7 output,
(Driver Priority 2) until a long chirp is heard from the siren.
(Repeat this for each transmitter you wish to operate the Channel 7
output, Driver Priority 2)
NOTE: Channels 6 and 7 can be used as a separate output to control a
function other than driver priority. Simply programming any unused
transmitter button other than the unlock button will allow complete
independent control of these outputs.
ERASING TRANSMITTERS IF THEY HAVE BEEN LOST OR STOLEN:
NOTE: Before you begin to erase the lost or stolen transmitter(s), have all
transmitters available that you wish to remain programmed. These will be
used during the program process to identify transmitters that will continue
to be used.
Enter the transmitter program mode:
1. Turn the ignition switch to the “ON” position.
2. Within 10 seconds, press and release the valet/program switch three
times. (Siren emits 1 short chirp indicating channel 1 has been entered)
3 .Within 10 Seconds, press and hold the ARM or ARM/DISARM button of
the first transmitter you wish to remain stored into the control unit until a
single chirp is heard from the siren.
(Repeat this for each transmitter you wish to remain stored in the control
unit).
The receiver stores up to four transmitters. To be certain all transmitter
slots in the receiver are occupied with transmitters you wish to continue
to use, and all others are erased, you will have to fill all four receiver slots.
If in step 3 you identified one transmitter, you will have to fill the additional
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3 slots. If in step 3 you identified two transmitters, you will have to fill the
additional two slots, etc...
4. Press and hold any unused button or combination of buttons until a long
chirp is heard from the siren. Release and press the button or button
combination again and again until all remaining slots are full.
Repeat this procedure with the appropriate transmitter buttons for all other
receiver channels.
REPRIORITIZING A TRANSMITTER’S PROGRAMMING:
To reprogram a receiver channel with a different transmitter button once a
code has been stored, there will be two options:
1. Enter the transmitter program mode of the receiver channel to be
reprogrammed. Using any unused button or combination of buttons, push
out the stored code by pressing the unused button until a long chirp is
heard, then repeat 3 additional times. After this, you can add any desired
unused transmitter button. This action erases only that particular receiver
channel, all other codes will remain stored.
2. Enter the transmitter program mode. Using any transmitter button press
and hold until a long chirp is heard. If a single chirp or multiple chirps, (up
to 7 chirps), are heard, the unit is indicating that the transmitter has
already been programmed elsewhere in the receiver. Release the
transmitter button and within 5 seconds press and hold until a long chirp is
heard. This action forces the unit to erase all stored codes of that
transmitter.
The unit then exits the program mode the siren emits the program mode
exit chirp pattern. All transmitter buttons for that transmitter must now be
reprogrammed. Any other transmitter stored in the unit’s memory still
remain operational. If the button is released and not pressed again within
the 5 second period, no change in programming has been made to the
receiver channel. The programmer can move onto a different channel or
erase the transmitter codes as described in 1 above.
REPLACING THE BATTERY:
You will notice a decrease in transmitter range as the battery condition
deteriorates. There is also a low battery indicator that indicate no bars in
the LCD panel, as shown below, when the battery begins to fail. Transmitter battery replacement is recommended at least every 6 to 8 months,
depending upon how frequently the transmitter is used.
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To replace the transmitter battery:
1. Slightly lift the battery cover where shown and slide in the direction noted
on the cover.
2. Remove the discharged battery noting the orientation of the contacts.
Properly dispose of the discharged battery.
3. Install a fresh AAA battery being certain to align negative to negative and
positive to positive as shown.
4. Replace battery cover by sliding into it’s original location until it is fully seated.
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ORDER FORM FOR TRANSCEIVERS 5BCR10P
Attention: Transmitter Ordering Department
Important: To help us expedite your order, please print all of the information
legibly and mail this form and your payment according to the instructions
below.
Be certain to specify MODEL NUMBER found on back of your transceiver___________
1) Name:___________________________________________
2) Address:_________________________________________
3) City:________________State:________Zip Code:__________
4 Telephone Number:(
)_____________________
5) Total Number Of Transmitters Required:_______
Cost Per Transmitter is:
$125.00
Multiply By Number Of Transmitters
X
6) Enter Total Amount Enclosed
_______
(New York State Residents must include the appropriate sales tax)
7) Method of Payment:
Mastercard
Visa
Check or Money Order (do not send cash)
Make Checks Payable To Audiovox Corporation
Credit Card Number:___________________________________
Credit Card Expiration Date:
____/___/____
8) Mail this form along with your payment to:
Transmitter Ordering Department
Audiovox Corporation 150 Marcus Blvd., Hauppauge N.Y. 11788

Credit card purchasers can order additional or replacement
transmitters by phone. Simply dial 1 - 800 - 645 - 4994, and follow
the instructions from the operator interface
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This device complies with FCC Rules Part 15 Operation is
subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference and
(2) This device must accept any interference that may be
received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
NOTE:The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV
interference caused by unauthorized modifications to this
equipment. Such modifications could void the user’s authority
to operate the equipment .
© 2010 Audiovox Electronics Corp., 150 Marcus Blvd., Hauppauge, NY 11788
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