Crimestopper Security Products CS-2014FM Automobile Alarm User Manual

CS-880 OEM
ALARM UPGRADE FOR
FACTORY REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM
INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS & WARNINGS
NOTE: This system does not improve or affect the range of the factory
remote keyless entry transmitters. This is an ADD-ON system only. The
arm/disarm range of this system will be identical to the factory keyless
lock/unlock range.
BEFORE BEGINNING, check all vehicle manufacturer cautions and
warnings regarding electrical service (AIR BAGS, ABS BRAKES, AND
BATTERY).
DO NOT ROUTE ANY WIRING THAT MAY BECOME ENTANGLED
with brake, and gas pedals, steering column, or any other moving parts
in the vehicle.
SUGGESTED COMPONENT MOUNTING
CONTROL MODULE: Underdash Mounting: If you are locating the
control unit underdash, Try to conceal module away from any intruders.
DO NOT Mount the control unit or wiring harness where they can
become entangled with moving parts such as brake/gas/clutch
pedals, or the steering column.
LED: Mount the red LED in a visible location on the dashboard or
console.
Shock Sensor: Mount the included shock sensor with wire ties to an
under dash wire harness or fasten a panel.
Disarm/Program Button: Mount the Override/Program push-button in
a hidden location easily accessible to the user in case the system must
be disarmed without the use of the transmitter. This switch is also used
to program certain features.
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SIREN (CS-880S OEM Model): Mount the siren under the hood to inner
fender-well or other body surface with the open end facing downward.
TECH SUPPORT
Mon-Fri 8:00 AM-4:30 PM Pacific Time
(800) 998-6880
WIRING
OPERATION
YELLOW WIRE: IGNITION SWITCHED “ON” AND “START” +12
VOLTS
Connect to an Ignition wire that shows +12 Volts when the key in both
“On” and “Start” positions.
PRE-WARNING SHOCK PROTECTION
If a low-level shock to the vehicle body is detected, the pre-warning
sensor activates sounding 5 quick siren/horn chirps and 1 light flash.
Adjust the shock sensor as needed by turning the control knob clockwise
to increase sensitivity and counter-clockwise to decrease sensitivity. To
bypass sensor, press Button #3 (Trunk) within 2 Sec. of arming.
VIOLET WIRE: (+) DOOR TRIGGER
Connect to Positive type door circuits that show 12 Volts when a door is
opened such as on Ford/Mercury vehicles.
BLUE WIRE: (-) HOOD/TRUNK TRIGGER
This wire is an input trigger for a grounding hood or trunk pin switch.
Connect to existing hood and trunk pin switches that read ground when
open. If no existing switches are available, new pin switches may be
installed. Note: DO NOT mount new pin switches in water pathways.
EMERGENCY OVERRIDE/DISARM
If the 880 system is armed and you have lost your Factory Keyless
Remote or it stops working, you will have perform an emergency
override. Open the door with the key, (this will trip the alarm) turn the
ignition on, and press and hold the override/program button about 4
seconds to disarm the system. The system will be in Valet mode until
you can repair/replace your remote transmitter.
GREEN WIRE: (-) DOOR TRIGGER
Connect to Negative type door circuits that show Ground when any door
is opened and 12 volts when all doors are closed. Some vehicles may
have isolated door triggers. In this case you may need to run additional
wires from other doors or go directly to the wire at the vehicle’s dome
light.
VALET MODE
To disable the 880 system, turn the ignition on and press and hold the
override/program button until the dash LED turns on solid (about 4
seconds). Repeat the process to exit VALET mode. The LED will go
out, system will chirp (2) times and the light will flash (2) times when
exiting valet mode.
GRAY WIRE: (-) VEHICLE HORN HONK/CHIRP OUTPUT (Optional,
requires relay)
Connects to terminal 85 of a relay. Connect terminal 86 to +12V
Constant. Connect terminal 87 to +12V or ground depending on the type
of horn activation circuit in the vehicle. Connect terminal 30 to the horn
activation circuit.
ORANGE WIRE: STARTER DISABLE/NEGATIVE ARMED OUTPUT
Ground output when system is armed. This output is used for disabling
the starter or to activate other devices such as scanner LED’s, window
modules, voice modules etc. For starter kill, cut starter wire and connect
between 87A and 30 on relay. Connect orange wire to 85 and connect
86 to an Ignition source that has voltage in “ON” and “CRANKING”.
BLACK WIRE: SYSTEM CHASSIS GROUND
THIS WIRE MUST BE CONNECTED TO CHASSIS METAL OF THE
VEHICLE. Scrape away any paint or dirt from the connection point to
ensure a good connection.
BROWN WIRE: (+) SIREN OUTPUT (3 Amp Max.
Connect to RED siren wire. Siren included with CS-880S OEM
RED WIRE: +12V POWER INPUT (15 amp fuse)
Connect to +12 Volt source with supplied fuse & holder. Recommended
location for this connection is at the vehicle battery positive terminal.
SILENT ARM/DISARM MODES:
The system can be silently armed and disarmed as normal with the
Buttons on your Factory Transmitter, but with no siren chirp/horn honk.
See alarm programming option (5) to enable or disable this feature.
PASSIVE ARMING MODE
When programmed for Passive (Automatic) Arming the 880 will arm itself
30 Seconds after the ignition is turned off and the last door has been
closed. The LED will begin flashing rapidly while counting down. If a
door is reopened, the system will wait (LED solid) for the door or zone to
close before arming and bypassing it. After 30 seconds or when all entry
points close, the unit will arm (1 chirp/1 light flash).
PRIOR INTRUSION ALERT
If the system was tripped in your absence, the dash LED will be flashing
two times, then stop, then two flashes. When the system is disarmed
you will hear 3 chirps (and 3 light flashes). Carefully inspect your vehicle
to see if there is any damage or a theft has occurred.
DEFECTIVE ZONE ALERT/BYP ASS
If the system detects a faulty or open zone (Door left open) when the
system is armed, the siren will chirp 4 times along with 4 light flashes.
The faulty zone will be automatically bypassed.
PROGRAMMING
WIRING
7. SHOCK SENSOR SETUP/TEST MODE
This option allows easy adjustment and setup for the 880’s shock
sensor. When set to this mode, simply leave the Ignition in the ON
position and begin to produce impacts around various parts of the
vehicle. If you are able to product and impact strong enough to trigger
the system, via the shock sensor, the unit will produce a chirp/honk.
Adjust the sensor as needed. Note that when the siren chirps, it would
actually be a full system trigger, not a Pre-Warning.
WHITE WIRE: +12V FLASHING PARKING LIGHT OUTPUT (Optional)
Connect to switched parking light wire at back of light switch. If this is
not possible, connect directly to one of the parking lights at the front of
the vehicle. European vehicles require separate right and left circuits.
Use a dual relay or 2 diodes to separate the output signal.
OPERATION
ARMING
To arm the alarm and lock the doors, press the Lock button of your
Factory Keyless Remote Control. The 880 OEM system will sense the
Door Lock signal and Arm. The lights will flash once, the siren will chirp
on 880S or horn will chirp on 880 model. After a short delay to allow the
vehicle and electronics to stabilize, the LED indicator will begin flashing
slowly. The Starter will be disabled if the Starter Disable feature is
installed. The system is now completely armed and ready to protect the
vehicle.
ALARM TRIGGERING – MODE 1
If there is an intrusion into the vehicle or hard impact to the body the
alarm will sound (Horn Honk W/880 or Siren W/880S) and flash the
lights. After 1 minute, the system will automatically shut off and re-arm
to continue to protect the vehicle.
ALARM TRIGGERING – MODE 2
NOTE: There is a 15 second delay on the horn and flashing light
trigger when using MODE 2. For 880 OEM models using ONLY the
vehicle horn as a siren, there will be no audible alert until 15
seconds AFTER an alarm trigger. The delay is added for Mode 2 so
the unit cannot be disarmed simply by pushing the unlock button in
the vehicle i f a theft occurs. After the 15 Second delay the system will
go into a full trigger with horn and flashing lights as above in MODE 1.
DISARMING WITH MODE 1 (Factory Default)
To disarm the 880 OEM, press the Unlock button of your Factory
Keyless Remote. The 880 OEM system will sense the Door Unlock
signal and Disarm. The lights will flash twice, (siren will chirp twice 880S
or Horn will chirp will chirp twice-880. The LED will stop flashing.
DISARMING WITH MODE 2
To disarm the 880 OEM, press the Unlock button of your Factory
Keyless Remote. The 880 OEM system MUST sense the Door Unlock
signal AND the Secondary Validation Input signal before it will disarm.
The module WILL NOT disarm if just the unlock signal is sensed as in
MODE 1. If BOTH signal are sensed, the unit will disarm.
3 PIN DOOR LOCK SIGNAL INPUT PLUG:
GREEN: (+/-) Door Lock Signal INPUT: Connect to Vehicle’s (+ or -)
Door Lock Wire
RED: (+/-) Disarm Validation Signal INPUT:
Connect to an addition source of Positive or Negative voltage for
DISARM Validation. When programmed for MODE 2 “disarm level” (See
Programming Section) the 880 OEM module will not disarm unless it
senses BOTH an Unlock pulse AND a Validation pulse. (See
Programming options 2 & 3.) This INPUT can be connected to the
parking light circuit or to the horn circuit if the vehicle’s horn honks when
unlocking. This wire provides additional protection only when it is
connected properly and the programming is configured for MODE 2.
BLUE: (+/-) Door Unlock Signal INPUT: Connect to Vehicle’s (+ or -)
Door Unlock Wire
2 PIN PLUG (BLUE): PROGRAM/OVERRIDE PUSH BUTTON
2 PIN PLUG (RED): LED INDICATOR (RED FLASHING LIGHT)
*4 PIN SENSOR PLUG:
WHITE WIRE: NEG. WARN AWAY
BLUE WIRE: NEG. TRIGGER
BLACK WIRE SENSOR GROUND
RED WIRE SENSOR +12V POWER
*The Sensor supplied with the
system does not require any
additional wiring, simply mount
the sensor in a suitable location,
plug in, and adjust sensitivity.
PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMABLE OPTIONS
To enter programming mode, turn the ignition on, wait 2 seconds, then
press the override/program button 5 times. The siren will chirp (15)
times. [This may actually sound like one long siren chirp.] Within the
next few seconds, press the override/ program button [again] the number
of times that corresponds to the feature list below. The siren will chirp
and lights will flash once for each button press.
SEE CHART ON NEXT PAGE FOR OPTION
NUMBERS AND VALUES
PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING
TO TURN A FEATURE ON: Once you are at the desired option number,
turn the Ignition key OFF then back ON. After a few seconds, the siren
will chirp and the lights will flash once to indicate the feature is ON. (See
chart below for feature values)
4. DOOR OPEN WARNING
This setting changes the delay time in which the alarm system begins to
monitor the Door, Hood, or Trunk Zones. This is helpful on vehicles with
a delayed dome light to prevent the alarm from giving warning chirps due
to the vehicle’s dome light staying on. Factory Default setting is 25 Sec.
TO TURN A FEATURE OFF: Once you are at the desired option
number, turn the Ignition key OFF/ON/OFF/ON. After a few seconds, the
siren will chirp two times and the lights will flash two times to indicate the
feature is OFF. (See chart below for feature values)
Option
#
1
Option Description
ON
(Default)
NEGATIVE
OFF
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
POSITIVE
3
(+ or -) Door Lock Input
Signal
(+ or -) Disarm Validating
Input Signal
Disarm Level
4
Door Open Warning
25 Seconds
NONE
5
6
7
Silent Arm/Disarm
Passive Arming
Shock sensor Test Mode
With Chirps
ON
NO Chirps
OFF
2
MODE 1
MODE 2
OPTION DESCRIPTIONS (SEE CHART ABOVE)
1. DOOR LOCK INPUT SIGNAL:
This option controls whether the unit senses (+) Positive or (-) Negative
Lock and Unlock signal to arm and disarm the system. The Factory
Default setting is ON (Negative).
2. DISARM VALIDATING INPUT SIGNAL:
This option controls whether the unit senses (+) Positive or (-) Negative
Disarm Validating Signal. I.e. Flashing lights, Horn, etc. The validation
signal is used for a higher security level when disarming the system.
When the 880 is configured for MODE 2 The unit will have to sense an
Unlock pulse AND a (+ or -) Validation signal before disarming.
3. DISARM MODE:
This option controls how the system is disarmed.
MODE 1: (Factory Default) This mode allows the system to be disarmed
by sensing an (+/-) Unlock pulse. Anytime the Unlock Button on the
Factory remote is pressed, the system will disarm. (Triggered or
otherwise)
MODE 2: This mode allows the unit to disarm only when the system
senses an Unlock Pulse AND a Validation pulse. This is higher security
although more wiring is required.
5. SILENT ARMING /DISARMING (NO CHIRPS)
With this feature, the system can be programmed to Arm and Disarm
without the siren/horn chirp. Flashing parking lights will be the only
Arm/Disarm confirmation. The Factory Default setting is OFF.
6. PASSIVE ARMING
This option controls the Passive (Automatic) Arming feature. If ON,
arming will occur 30 Seconds after the ignition is turned off and the last
door has been closed. The LED will begin flashing rapidly while counting
down. If a door is reopened, the system will wait (LED solid) for the door
or zone to close before arming. The unit will chirp once and flash the
lights once. Doors will lock if passive locking is selected. Factory default
setting is ON.