Auto Page RF-310 Automobile Alarm User Manual

RF-310
PROFESSIONAL VEHICLE SECURITY SYSTEM
OPERATION MANUAL
THIS PRODUCT IS DESIGNED FOR PROFESIONAL INSTALLATION ONLY
TRANSMITTER OPERATION:
Transmitter Button
Button
–
Button
Button
Button for 3 seconds
System Function
Arm / Lock door
Remark
Arm and Delete Optional Sensor
Press twice.
Car Locator
System in Armed.
Panic function
Press 3 seconds
Disarm & Unlock Door
Button
–
Button
Button
Button for 2 seconds
Button for 3 seconds
Two Steps Door Unlock &
Disarm System
Car Locator
Press twice
seconds.
within
3
Pop Trunk Release
Press 2 seconds
Panic function
If the H3/6 Gray Wire is
not Trunk release Output
(See Alarm Feature III-2)
Silent Arm / Disarm
+
Button
Silent Arm / Disarm
Side button
2 nd Car Operation or
Garage Door Opener
Side Button
Switching Code
ACTIVE ARMING – LOCK & ARM:
1. Press
button on transmitter.
2. The siren will chirp once and parking light will flash once indicating that the system is now
armed. The vehicle doors will lock upon arming when interfaced with the security system.
Note: Defective sensor reminder: If the siren sounds 3 chirps, then you have left a door,
trunk, or hood lid ajar. (See Feature “I - 3 Programming)
SILENT ARMING / DISARMING: Press the
button on the transmitter to arm or disarm
your security system with no chirp sound heard; arm / disarm confirmation will be through the
vehicles parking lights only.
SHOCK SENSOR / OPTIONAL SENSOR BY-PASS: Press the
button on the transmitter
twice within 3 seconds will arm the security system, by-pass the shock sensor or the optional
sensor connected to 4 pin plug. The system will chirp one additional time to confirm the
sensor bypass mode was activated. The sensor bypass feature is programmed to activate for
one arming cycle only. The security system will return to normal operation during the next
arming cycle.
PASSIVE ARM ING: (See Feature “II - 2” Programming)
Active arming / disarming is controlling your security system via the remote transmitter. This
security system is equipped with an optional Passive Arming feature, which allows the
security system to arm 30 seconds after the last door is closed. Operation is as follows.
1. Turn the ignition to the “OFF” position and exit the vehicle. (CONT. NEXT PAGE)
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2. After all entrances are closed, the security system LED will flash fast for 30 seconds. If you
reopen any door / hood / trunk, the security system LED will stop flashing. It will begin
flashing again once all vehicle entrances are closed.
3. After 30-second timer has elapsed, the security system will automatically “ARM”. The siren
will chirp [1] time and the parking lights will flash [1] time.
PASSIVE DOOR LOCKING: (See Feature “II - 2” Programming)
The vehicle doors will automatically lock after passive arming cycle has been completed.
ACTIVE DISARMING – UNLOCK & DISARM:
1. Press the
button on the transmitter.
2. The siren will chirp twice and parking lights will flash twice to indicate that the security
system is now disarmed. The vehicle doors will unlock and disarm when interfaced with the
security system.
TAMPER DISARMING: If the alarm is triggered; upon disarm the system, the siren will chirp 4
times and parking lights will flash 3 times.
TWO STEP DOOR UNLOCK: (See Feature III – 2 Programming.) This feature will
independently unlock the driver’s door only when disarming the security system. Pushing the
button on the transmitter a second time within 3 seconds will unlock the entire vehicle.
AUTOMATIC RE-ARM (See Feature “I - 2” Programming): If this feature is selected, the
security system will automatically re-arm itself 60 seconds after disarming with remote
transmitter. Automatic rearm will cancel if any door is opened before the 60 seconds timer has
elapsed.
DISARMING WITHOUT A TRANSMITTER
The Override function may be used if the remote transmitter is lost or inoperative.
1. Enter the vehicle and turn the ignition switch to 'ON’ position. (Alarm will sound.)
2. Within 10 seconds push and release the valet switch
The alarm will stop sounding and enter the disarm mode. You can now start and operate the
vehicle normally.
VALET MODE:
The valet switch allows you to temporarily bypass all alarm function, eliminating the need to
hand your transmitter to parking attendants or garage mechanics. When the system is in
valet mode, all alarm functions are bypassed, however, the remote panic feature and remote
door locks will remain operational.
Enter Valet Mode:
1. Turn the ignition to “ON” position.
2. Push and hold valet switch for 2 seconds or until the LED turns on. The LED will remain on
as long as the system is in 'valet mode'.
Exit Valet Mode:
1. Return to normal operation, turn ignition 'ON'.
2. Push and hold valet switch for 2 seconds; the LED will turn off indicating the system is
exiting the valet mode.
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PANIC FUNCTION:
The transmitter can be used as a remote panic switch to manually trigger the alarm in case of
emergency.
1. Press and hold the button on the transmitter for 3 seconds. The alarm will immediately
sound.
2.
To stop the alarm, press and hold the or
button on the transmitter, the panic mode
will be turned off immediately.
3. If the button is not pressed, the alarm will automatically stop after 30 seconds.
Note: If the H3/6 Gray Wire is not a Trunk release Output, (See Alarm Feature III-2
Programming), Press and hold the
button on the transmitter for 3 seconds. The alarm will
immediately sound.
TRIGGER THE SYSTEM
When armed, your vehicle is protected as follows:
1. Light impacts will trigger the warn-away signal. A long chirp from siren/horn.
2. Heavy impacts / Doors open / Hood open / Trunk open / Turning on the ignition switch- All
will trigger the programmed sequence.
The starter disable relay (if installed) prevents the vehicle’s starter from cranking. The siren and
parking lights will turn on to alert of an intrusion for 30 seconds. Then the siren will stop and
automatically reset and re-arm. If any the sensors or detectors are still active, the alarm system
will sound a maximum of six-30 second cycles.
IGNITION CONTROL DOOR LOCKS. (See Feature II – 3 Programming.).
If the vehicle’s door locks have been interfaced to the security system, the system will
automatically lock the vehicle's doors when the ignition is turned “ON” and /or unlock the
vehicle’s doors when the ignition is turned “OFF”.
TRUNK RELEASE. (See Feature III – 2 Programming.).
Press and hold
button on transmitter for two seconds to remote control the trunk release
or other electric devices.
CAR LOCATOR
Press the
button on the transmitter to active car locator function. The siren will chirp 6
times. The parking light will flash 12 times, allowing you to easily locate your car.
P. PATHWAY ILLUMINATION (See Feature III - 3 Programming.)
When disarming the security system, the vehicle’s parking lights will stay on, illuminating a
pathway to the vehicle. The vehicles parking lights will stay on for 30 seconds or until the
vehicle’s ignition is turned to the “ON” position.
ALARM OPERATING CONDITION:
Function
1. Arm
2. Disarm
3. Trigger
4. Panic
Siren
Parking
Lights
1 Chirp
1 Flash
2or4
2 or 3
Chirps
Flashes
Alarming Flashing
Alarming Flashing
LED
Doors
Slow flash Locking
Off
or Unlocking
Fast flash
Slow flash
Slow flash Locking
4
Starter Pager
Disable Option
On
Off
On
On
On
ALARM INDICATORS
CHIRP INDICATORS:
Chirp
Function
1 chirp
Arm
2 chirps
Disarm
3 chirps
Defective
reminder
4 chirps
Disarm/
Intrusion
6 chirps
Car
Locator
LED INDICATORS:
LED
Function
Off
Disarmed
Slow
flash
Armed
Fast
flash
Passive
arming
On
(solid)
Valet mode
PARKING LIGHTS:
Parking Light
Function
1 flash
Arm
2 flashes
Disarm
3 flashes
Disarm/
Intrusion
12 flashes
Car
Locator
LED
2
flashes...
pause
3
flashes...
pause
4
flashes...
pause
5
flashes...
pause
Function
Trigger on trunk/hood
Trigger on door switch
Trigger on Dual Zone
Shock Sensor
Trigger
switch
on
Ignition
This device complies with part 15 of the 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 undesired operation.
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LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY PROVISIONS
( U.S. and Continental U.S. Only)
1.
AutoPage, Inc. WARRANTS that this new unit has been thoroughly inspected and tested at the
factory prior to delivery. Your AutoPage equipment is guaranteed for “life” to the original
purchaser/user of the equipment under the following conditions: If the product proves defective
(according to AutoPage’s testing) within the first year, the defective unit may be exchanged or
repaired free of charge. “Proof of Purchase” (dated sales receipt) must accompany all warranty
returns; otherwise, your return will be rejected and sent back. After one (1) year, the purchaser
should ship the unit prepaid to AutoPage with a money order in the amount of $20.00 to cover
shipping and handling charges. Note: The enclosed Warranty Card may be required to receive
warranty services.
2.
This WARRANTY will be considered void if the equipment has been misused, neglected,
improperly serviced, altered, dropped or damaged by water, contrary to the AutoPage
OPERATIONS MANUAL. Or, if used with accessories not approved by AutoPage, which may
have contributed to the defect. See note below regarding product installation.
3.
The purchaser’s remedies under this WARRANTY shall be limited to the repair or replacement of
electronic components only. THE FOLLOWING IS NOT COVERED: Damages or deterioration
to cases, batteries, covers and cabinets; the cost of repairs, replacement and labor of which shall be
borne by the purchaser even if occurring during the WARRANTY period.
4.
Any equipment or parts which are claimed to be defective under this WARRANTY must be sent to
the AutoPage Service center with “proof of purchase” at the purchaser’s expense prior to such
return, a Return Authorization Number should be obtained. AutoPage will return the equipment,
charges prepaid. Warranty Service can be provided through the dealer where the equipment is
originally purchased.
5.
Any unexpired WARRANTY shall be applicable to equipment and parts in the possession of the
original purchaser only.
6.
THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ANY AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY
OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
7.
AutoPage shall not be liable, under the foregoing WARRANTIES or otherwise, for: Any personal
injury of any kind to the purchaser, its employees or agents or anyone else whomsoever resulting
directly or indirectly from the use or presence of the equipment or parts; Consequential damages of
any kind; any inability of the purchaser to use the equipment.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Any damages to the alarm system resulting from an
installation performed by anyone other than a professional installation
technician authorized by a dealer of Auto Page will void the product’s warranty.
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This WARRANTY CARD is for your record. However, AutoPage reserves the right to request
you to submit this WARRANTY CARD which must have complete information to receive
warranty service. Please keep this card in a secured place.
AUTOPAGE WARRANTY SERVICE CARD
Model: _______________
Serial # _______________
CUSTOMER TO COMPLETE
DEALER TO COMPLETE
Mr./Mrs./Ms.
_______________________________
Your Name (Please Print)
________________________________
Company Name
_______________________________
Address
________________________________
Dealer’s Address
_______________________________
City, State, Zip Code
________________________________
City, State, Zip Code
_______________________________
Telephone Number
________________________________
Dealer’s Telephone Number
_______________________________
Year / Make / Model of Vehicle
________________________________
Date of Installation / Purchase
________________________________
Dealer’s Signature
“Proof of Purchase” which includes the store name and date of purchase must
accompany all warranty returns.
It is the purchaser’s responsibility to keep this card for any future warranty service.
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Main Office: 310-618-2002
Customer Service: 800-262-2527 Ext. 462
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