Audiovox 093BPR Satellite Radio User Manual

Model 093BPr
Transmitter Programming Guide
These transmitters makes use of icons (symbols) to identify the reaction your security system/keyless entry/and or remote start system,
where applicable, will have when any icon (button) is pressed.
These icons are programmed at time of installation to meet the needs of
the individual and to complement the vehicle that the system is installed
in. To replace a transmitter or add transmitters, please follow the
programming instructions listed on the pages of this manual.
BUTTON
RECEIVER
CHANNEL
1
Lock And Arm Alarm, also initiate and
terminates *Panic
2
Unlock And Disarm, also initiates and
terminates *Panic. Programmable to
unlock drivers door and or all doors.
1
Lock and arm/unlock and disarm. May
be programmed to unlock driver's door
or all doors. Also will initiate and
terminate *Panic.
3
Pulsed or switched output to control
Remote Trunk Release or optional
device connected to channel 3.
3
When pressed and release two times,
will provide pulsed output or activate the
Remote Start option when installed.
*4
*5
* Where So Equipped
SYSTEM FUNCTION
When so equipped, this button
used to operate an optional
connected to channel 4.
When so equipped, this button
used to operate an optional
connected to channel 5.
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Some of the more popular options available for the unused Option
Buttons of your transmitter are:
AS 9075
Remote car starter
AS 9153
Remote window roll up
AS 9256
Remote trunk release relay
Although the most common use of the transmitter buttons are shown
on the front page of this guide, any button or button combination can be
programmed into any receiver channel. Additionally, if all 4 buttons are
used and you require access to a 5th channel, you would program a
combination of buttons to control the 5th function. i.e... you have
programmed lock for arm, unlock for disarm, trunk for trunk release,
and OPT1 for garage door operation, and you've added a window up
module that you want independent control of, you would program unlock and trunk buttons pressed simultaneously into the receiver to control this function independently. 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.
PROGRAMMING TRANSMITTERS:
NOTE: It is important to remember that during the programming mode,
each individual step must be completed within 15 seconds of
the previous step. If the 15 second time limit expires between
steps, the unit will automatically exit the program mode. This
is indicated by a long chirp from the siren.
Non alarm models will flash the parking lights only to confirm the
transmitter code has been learned and stored.
NOTE: Because the system may be capable of sounding a siren, the
vehicle horn, or both, where the siren chirp is referenced below, the siren may chirp, the horn may beep, or both devices
may sound.
NOTE: Some systems are capable of single button programming, if your
alarm module is capable of this feature, simply complete step 4
of these programming instructions for each transmitter you wish
to control your system and exit the program mode by switching
off the ignition key.
TO PROGRAM ADDITIONAL TRANSMITTERS:
1) Enter the vehicle, and turn the ignition switch to the on position.
2) Press and release the valet push button switch three times.
NOTE: Some systems may use a combination pushbutton LED
switch. In these systems the pushbutton and the dashmounted LED are one and the same.
3) The dash mounted LED will flash 1x, and the siren will chirp 1x,
indicating that the system is ready to accept programming of channel
#1 which is arm/lock, disarm/unlock/unlock 2, and panic functions.
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4) Press and hold the lock or lock/unlock symbol button of the transmitter you wish to program for 4 seconds or until a long chirp is heard
from the siren.
"Repeat step 4 for each transmitter you wish to program".
NOTE: If your transmitter button has the Lock/Unlock icon on one
button, press and release the valet push button switch 2 times
then move on to step #8.
5) Press and release the valet push button switch one time to advance
to channel 2. The siren will chirp 2 times and the dash mounted LED
will Flash 2 times, indicating that the unit is ready to accept programming for channel # 2 which is only used for separate lock and
unlock button transmitters and is the disarm/unlock/unlock 2 and
panic.
6) Press and hold the unlock symbol button of the transmitter you wish
to program for 4 seconds or until a long chirp is heard from the
siren.
"Repeat step 6 for each transmitter you wish to program".
7) Press and release the valet push button switch one time to advance to channel 3. The siren will chirp 3 times and the dash
mounted LED will Flash 3 times, indicating that the unit is ready
to accept programming for channel # 3 which is the trunk release/alternate output channel of the system.
8) Press and hold the trunk/key symbol button of the transmitter you
wish to program for 4 seconds or until a long chirp is heard from the
siren.
"Repeat step 8 for each transmitter you wish to program".
9) Press and release the valet push button switch one time to advance
to channel 4 if so equipped. The siren will chirp 4 times and the
dash-mounted LED will Flash 4 times, indicating that the unit is ready
to accept programming for channel # 4, optional device (where
equipped).
10) Press and hold the Option button of the transmitter you wish to
program for 4 seconds or until a long chirp is heard from the siren.
"Repeat step 10 for each transmitter you wish to program".
11) Press and release the valet push button switch one time to advance
to channel 5 if so equipped. The siren will chirp 5 times and the
dash- mounted LED will Flash 5 times, indicating that the unit is
ready to accept programming for channel # 5 optional device (where
equipped).
12) Press and hold the second Option button of the transmitter you wish
to program for 4 seconds or until a long chirp is heard from the siren.
"Repeat step 12 for each transmitter you wish to program".
13) Within 10 seconds, press and release the valet program switch
one time.
(Siren emits 6 short chirps indicating channel 6 has been entered)
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14) 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)
15) Within 10 seconds, press and release the valet program switch
one time.
(Siren emits 7 short chirps indicating channel 7 has been entered)
16) 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 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.
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NOTE: The button or combination of buttons entered will also control
the arm or arm/disarm function until additional transmitters are
added. All unwanted transmitters are now deleted.
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 the button stored of the transmitter you are programming. 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.
BATTERY REPLACEMENT:
The transmitter incorporates a small LED visible through the case which
is used to indicate battery condition. You will notice a decrease in
transmitter range as the battery condition deteriorates. Transmitter battery replacement is recommended at least every 10 to 12 months,
depending upon how frequently the transmitter is used.
To replace the battery:
1) Remove the 2 small # 0 Phillips head screw from the rear of the
case.
2) Remove the rear cover to access the discharged battery paying
attention to the proper polarity orientation.
3) Carefully remove and properly dispose of the discharged battery.
4) Insert the new battery, being certain the metal key ring bar is in it's
proper location, close the case, then reinstall the 2 small case screw
removed in step 1.
5) If you accidently dislodge the circuit board from the transmitter housing, be certain that the rubber membrane is seated properly, and the
buttons are properly exposed from the front view of the case,
then insert the circuit board, and return to step #4.
This Transmitter uses CR2032 Coin Cell Type Batteries.
SEE ASSOCIATED DIAGRAMS ON FOLLOWING PAGE
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After removing the two #0 point phillips
screws shown pry apart case with
the edge of a finger nail or a small
common screwdriver. Keep hold of the
metal key ring loop to prevent it's loss
as it will separate from the transmitter
case.
Carefully remove the discharged
battery by sliding it out from under the
clip in the direction indicated by the
arrow in the diagram below. Properly
dispose of the exhausted battery and
insert a new CR2032 taking care to
arrange it so that the + is facing up
toward the + symbol on the battery clip.
Reassemble in the reverse of above.
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.
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ORDER FORM FOR 093BPr Transmitter
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.
Indicate the pad number of your transmitter selected from the
pads shown above.
Note: Transmitter model number found on back of case.
1)Name: _______________________________________
2)Address: ______________________________________
3) City: ________________ State: _____ Zip Code: ________
4) Telephone Number: (_____) _______________
5) Total Number Of Transmitters Required:
Cost Per Transmitter is:
$70.00
Multiply By Number Of Transmitters
X ______
6) Enter Total Amount Enclosed _________________
(New York State Residents must include the appropriate sales tax)
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Make Checks Payable To Audiovox Corporation
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Card
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transmitters by phone. Simply dial 1 - 800 - 645 - 4994, and
follow the instructions from the operator interface.
Audiovox Electronics Corp., 150 Marcus Blvd., Hauppauge, N.Y., 11788
Attn.: TRANSMITTER DEPARTMENT
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