Omega Vehicle Security K9-5Classic Automobile Alarm User Manual

Omega Vehicle Security K9-5Classic Automobile Alarm User Manual
Table Of Contents
OWNER'S MANUAL
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COPYRIGHT: OMEGA RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT, INC. 1999
Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of your new vehicle security system and on
joining over 8 million people worldwide who have trusted their vehicle's security
to the designers of Omega Research & Development, Inc. To learn how to operate
your security system, please become familiar with the following three principal
user components: the Remote Transmitter, the Red LED Status Indicator and the
Valet Switch.
The Remote Transmitter: Each security system includes two pre-learned
transmitters, but if desired up to 4 different transmitters can operate the system. The
transmitter has three buttons: one large button in the middle and two smaller
buttons, one on either side. This system is pre-programmed to have the transmitter
buttons work in the following configuration:
The large button is used to arm, disarm and panic the security system.
The small right button is used to operate the 2nd channel output, typically used
for trunk release, and arm and disarm the system without the audible chirps.
The small left button operates the 3rd channel output and, in conjunction with
the large button, can remotely bypass a sensor upon arming.
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Introduction ...................................................................................................... 3-4
Advanced System Features ............................................................................... 4-5
Transmitter Operations ........................................................................................ 6
Arming the System Using the Transmitter ....................................................... 7-8
Passively Arming the System ........................................................................... 8-9
Security System Armed and Triggered ........................................................... 9-11
Disarming the System ................................................................................... 11-12
Remote Panic Feature ........................................................................................ 13
Optional 2nd Channel Output (Trunk Release) and 3rd Channel Output .... 13-14
Using the Valet Switch ................................................................................. 14-16
Red LED Status Indicator ............................................................................. 16-18
Audible and Visual Indications ........................................................... 18-19 & 22
Auxiliary Optional Sensor Port with Prewarn .............................................. 22-23
Anti-Carjacking Protection ........................................................................... 23-24
Optional Backup Battery ................................................................................... 25
Programming Transmitters ........................................................................... 25-26
Programming Features .................................................................................. 27-29
Features Programming Checklist .......................................................... Centerfold
Programmable Features ................................................................................ 29-38
Optional Transmitter Operations ....................................................................... 39
The Red LED Status Indicator: Informs you of the different conditions the
security system can be in and also serves as a visual deterrent to break-ins and theft.
The Valet Switch: This switch is used for several purposes, one which is being
used to place the system into "Valet Mode". Valet Mode can be used to turn off
automatic functions, such as Last Door Arming or Automatic Rearming. The Valet
Switch is also used, with the ignition key, to disarm the security system in the event
the transmitter becomes inoperable, and this switch is also used in the procedure for
programming features and learning transmitters.
Please spend time reviewing this guide to become familiar with your new
Omega vehicle security system. You will find that your new vehicle security
system will give you years of trouble-free convenience and protection.
Advanced System Features
Automatic Transmitter VerificationTM (ATV): Your Omega vehicle security
system is protected against a common weakness found in all remote controlled
security systems, and even factory-equipped Remote Keyless Entry systems. This
weakness is the ease in which an additional transmitter may be programmed to
operate the system. This vulnerability allows a thief to code his own, unauthorized
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transmitter to operate your system for the purpose of stealing your vehicle or its
contents.
For the first 48 hours after any transmitter is encoded to operate the
system, every time the ignition switch is turned "on", the siren will chirp
rapidly for two seconds, and the LED Status Light will flash for 90 seconds.
Additionally, in normal operation, every time the ignition switch is turned "on",
the LED Status Indicator will flash and pause for ten seconds, the number of flashes
between each pause being equal to the number of transmitters encoded to operate
your system. For example: two flashes and a pause indicate that only two
transmitters are coded to operate your system. In the event the system alerts you
to a recent transmitter addition, you can now immediately reprogram your
transmitters, effectively erasing any unauthorized transmitters.
Transmitter Operations
Also see pages 26 and 38-39
Small Left Transmitter
Button- Pressing the small
left transmitter button for
2.5 seconds activates the 3rd
channel output, which may
be used to operate optional
devices. If an optional auxiliary sensor is part of the
system, pressing this button
within 4 seconds after arming the system will turn the
sensor off.
K 9
LED Light- Illuminates
when a button is pressed.
Small Right Transmitter
Button- If this button is
held for 3 seconds, the security system will activate
the 2nd channel output
(typically used for trunk
release). If this button is
pressed twice, the system
will arm or disarm without
audible chirps.
Transmitter Code JumpingTM: The transmitter sends a digitally coded signal
to the security system. The transmitter and security system will advance to another
code to use for the transmission. With each use, this digital signal changes. This
Code JumpingTM feature prevents a thief from using a "code grabber" device to
record and play back a transmission for the purpose of disarming your vehicle
security system.
Large Transmitter ButtonPressing and releasing this button will arm and disarm the security system. If the optional
doorlock interface is installed, the doors will lock upon arming, and unlock upon disarming
(however, if the system is in a triggered condition, disarming will not unlock the doors).
Pressing and holding this button for 3 seconds will "Panic" the system- which will sound the
siren or horn, flash the exterior and interior lights and also lock the doors.
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Arming The System Using The Transmitter
Arming The Security System Using The Transmitter: The security system
can always be armed from the transmitter provided the ignition key is “off” and the
system is disarmed and not in the Valet Mode. To arm the system, after you exit
the vehicle and close all of the doors, simply press and release the large transmitter
button once. Instantly the parking lights will flash once, the siren will chirp once and
the LED Status Indicator will begin to flash confirming that the system is armed.
Further, the doors will lock and the starter interrupt relay will engage to prevent any
attempt to start the vehicle. Your security system is now fully armed, and is ready
to respond if an intrusion attempt is detected.
Arming Bypass: Upon arming, if any sensing circuit is inoperable, that circuit
will be bypassed. For example, if the trunk is left open, you can still arm the system
with the transmitter. The bypassed circuit will automatically be reinstated for
protection 5 seconds after the circuit becomes operative, i.e., when the trunk is
closed. When a triggered circuit is in a bypassed state, all other operating circuits
will be protected normally.
Sensor By-Pass: Your security system provides you with the convenience of
temporarily deactivating any optional auxiliary sensor without affecting other
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trigger circuits. To deactivate the sensor, simply press and release the small left
transmitter button within 4 seconds after pressing the large transmitter button when
arming the system. You will hear a second siren chirp confirming that the security
system has armed without the sensor protecting the vehicle. The next time you arm
the security system, the system will reset to its normal condition, and the sensor will
again be part of your protection.
Passively Arming The System
Passively Arming The Security System Using Last Door Arming: You can
also pre-select your security system to automatically arm and lock the doors when
the vehicle's last door is closed. The moment the last door closes the siren (or horn,
if used) will chirp once, the parking lights will flash once and the LED Status
Indicator will begin to flash rapidly. Thirty seconds later the siren will chirp again,
the doors will lock (provided that the Passive Lock feature has been chosen) and the
LED Status Indicator will slow to a steady flash, confirming that the security system
is fully armed. If a point of entry is reopened before the single siren chirp at 30
seconds, the passive arming process stops and will reset to start over when the point
of entry is re-closed.
Automatic Last Door Arming offers a high level of security, since you do not
have to remember to arm the security system every time you leave the vehicle.
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Additionally, Automatic Last Door Arming may entitle you to an insurance
discount. Please note that the previously mentioned Arming By-Pass feature does
not operate with the Automatic Last Door Arming feature. The bypass feature is
designed to operate only when arming the system with the transmitter and all
protected entries must be closed to initiate the Automatic Last Door Arming
sequence. Last Door Arming does not effect the operation of Active Arming.
To prevent the system from automatically arming while the vehicle is being
refueled you have these options: put the system in Valet Mode (pages 14-15), keep
your door open, or turn on your dome light switch so the system detects that your
door is still open. We do not recommend leaving your ignition key turned "on".
* The electronic siren features six different tones, and every 5 seconds the siren will change
the tone to generate more attention to the vehicle. The vehicle's horn may be used if desired.
The horn, if used, will honk on and off for 10 seconds, then pause for 5 seconds, repeating
this cycle for the duration of the activated alarm period. This prevents the horn from
overheating. Please ask the installer for details on utilizing the horn.
While the security system is armed, the LED Status Indicator will be flashing.
Should any intrusion attempt occur, your system will instantly "trigger". Once
triggered, the security system will respond by:
1) The electronic siren will sound*.
2) The parking lights will flash on and off for the duration.
3) The doors will relock. This feature is so unique that the security system can
detect an open door and wait until the door is closed; at that time the door
re-locks so that the thief cannot easily regain entry.
The siren and the parking lights will stay active for 60 seconds unless you disarm
the system with the transmitter or the Valet Switch. If all protected entries are secure
at the end of 60 seconds, the system will stop and rearm automatically to detect
another entry attempt. If there is a protected entry still open or if an optional sensor
is still in a triggered state at the end of 60 seconds, the system will reactivate for two
more 60 second cycles. In this case the system will stop after a total of 3 minutes
and rearm automatically, while ignoring only the open entry or triggered sensor.
When the entry is closed or the triggered sensor is reset, protection will begin
instantly for the formerly affected circuit.
Once the security system has been activated and reset, the disarming confirmation
will no longer be 2 siren chirps, and the parking lights staying on. Instead, the system
will respond with 4 siren chirps and the parking lights flashing 4 times before
staying on for 30 seconds. The LED Status Light will change to flashing one to four
times between pauses to indicate which protection circuit triggered the system.
These audible and visual indications will remain until the ignition is turned “on”.
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Anytime the security system triggers, the LED Status Light will indicate which
zone triggered the system by flashing one to four times, pausing between flashes.
This code will continue to flash, even after disarming. The system can hold two
different violation codes in it's memory, which is cleared by turning the ignition
switch "on".
instantly disarm the system and unlock the doors.
Disarming is confirmed by the siren chirping twice, and the parking lights
turning on for 30 seconds. However, the lights will turn off instantly if the ignition
switch is turned "on". If the system was triggered and reset while you are away, the
disarm confirmation will change to 4 siren chirps, 4 light flashes, and then the lights
will stay on for 30 seconds. The security system will have this response upon
disarming until the ignition switch is turned "on", which clears the unit's memory.
Security System Armed And Triggered
Safety Disarm/Storm Mode: While the system is activated, i.e. sounding the
siren and flashing the lights, pressing the large transmitter button will disarm the
system only. The system will not chirp twice or illuminate the parking lights, nor
unlock the doors if the system is configured to also operate the door locks. This
safety feature ensures that the vehicle remain secure should the system require
disarming due to being activated from nuisance or malicious false sensory inputs,
such as typically produced by severe weather conditions. To remotely unlock the
doors if the system is disarmed while activated, repeat the arm/disarm operation by
pressing and releasing the large transmitter button once, then again. If disarmed
from a panic mode, the normal disarm indications are present, including the
unlocking of the doors.
Disarming The System
Automatic Rearming Feature: Should you unknowingly press the transmitter
button, which will result in your system disarming, the system can automatically
rearm itself 90 seconds later and once again lock the doors. This feature is
programmable, and may be turned off.
Automatic Rearming can be paused by opening the door or stopped by turning
"on" the ignition switch. Also, Automatic Rearming can be cancelled by the Safety
Disarm/Storm Mode feature; if the system is disarmed while triggered, Automatic
Rearming will not occur. Automatic Rearming is confirmed by a fast flashing LED
Status Indicator after disarming, unless the system was triggered and reset, in which
case a Zone Violation code will flash instead.
Disarming The System Using The Transmitter: While the security system is
in the armed state, pressing and releasing the large transmitter button once will
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Remote Panic Feature
Remote Panic Activation From The Transmitter: Should you feel threatened
or the need to attract attention you can activate your system's Remote Panic feature
at any time by depressing and holding the large transmitter button for 3 seconds.
Your system will respond by sounding the siren, locking the doors and flashing the
exterior and interior lights for the normal activated period of 60 seconds. Should
wish to enter your vehicle or disengage Remote Panic, simply press and release the
large transmitter button.
Optional 2nd Channel and 3rd Channel Output
Optional 2nd Channel Output (Trunk Release): If your vehicle is equipped
with electric trunk release, your installing dealer can configure your system to
accomplish trunk release from your transmitter. Use of the 2nd channel output is
recommended to operate this option; simply press and hold the small transmitter
button on the right for 2.5 seconds. Your vehicle will respond by releasing the trunk
lid or rear hatch, chirping the siren twice, disarming the system, unlocking the doors
and turning on your parking lights for 30 seconds. The trunk release will not operate
with the ignition switch "on" unless the vehicle's door is open. If desired, the
security system can be programmed to remain armed when this feature is used.
Optional 3rd Channel Output: This output's operation is similar to the trunk
release output except for the following: press the small transmitter button on the left
for 2.5 seconds to activate the 3rd channel output. The 3rd channel output will
operate regardless of the ignition switch being "on" or "off", and there is no audible
or visual confirmation. This output can be used to operate optional equipment such
as remote car starters or window roll-up modules.
Using The Valet Switch
The primary function of the Valet Switch is to enter your security system into
Valet Mode, which prevents the system from arming. You will find this useful when
stopping at service stations, having your vehicle serviced, having your car valet
parked or while having your car washed. The Valet Switch, in conjunction with the
ignition key, can be used to disarm the system should your transmitter be lost or
become inoperable. The Valet Switch is typically mounted in same housing as the
LED Status Indicator. However, some custom installations may have the Valet
Switch mounted in a hidden location; if so, be sure your installing dealer indicates
the location of the Valet Switch to you to avoid potential inconvenience.
Normal Valet Mode: This unique feature can be activated anytime the system
is disarmed and allows you to enter the Valet Mode by simply depressing and
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holding the Valet Switch, provided the system is not armed. If the system is armed
or in the triggered state, however, the ignition must be turned "on" and then the Valet
Switch must pressed within 5 seconds to disarm the system and enter Valet Mode.
While the system is disarmed, simply press and hold the Valet Switch for 2
seconds to activate the Valet Mode. The system will confirm that it is in the Valet
Mode by chirping the siren twice, and the LED Status Indicator will illuminate
steady Red. The security system will stay in the Valet Mode when the ignition
switch is "on" or "off". While in the Valet Mode, although the system will not arm,
the transmitters will still operate the Remote Panic feature, the doorlocks, and trunk
release; the doors will also lock when the ignition switch is turned "on" and unlock
when it is turned "off"'. While the security system is in the Valet Mode, every time
the ignition switch is turned "off", the siren will chirp once as a reminder.
STEP 1. With the system in the armed condition, enter via the driver's door (be
aware that the security system will trigger the when the door is opened).
To Exit Valet Mode: Simply press the Valet Switch, and instantly the security
system will exit Valet Mode. To confirm that the Valet Mode is turned off, the LED
Status Indicator will turn off.
Disarming The Security System If The Transmitter Is Lost: In the event the
transmitter is lost, damaged, or its batteries become exhausted, the Valet Switch
and your ignition key can be used to disarm the system:
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STEP 2. Use the ignition key to turn the ignition switch "on".
STEP 3. Within 5 seconds, press the Valet Switch. The system will disarm.
Red LED Status Indicator
The LED Status Indicator feature is a visual indication of what state the security
system is in at any given time. The LED Status Indicator is normally positioned in
a location that is easily observed by the driver. These are the possible conditions that
the security system can be in as reflected by the LED Status Indicator:
1) Off
= The security system is disarmed and not performing any
automatic functions.
2) On Constant
= The security system is in the Valet Mode.
3) Flashing Slow
= The security system is Fully Armed.
4) Flashing Fast
= The 30 second Last Door Arming feature or 90 second
Automatic Rearming feature is in progress. This fast
flashing also occurs during the 3 second or 45 second
arming delay.
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Automatic Transmitter VerificationTM: After the ignition is turned "on", the
LED Status Indicator will flash and pause to indicate the number of transmitters
programmed to operate your security system. For example: two flashes and pause
indicates that only two transmitters are encoded to operate your system. Whenever
you leave your vehicle and keys with someone, you will now have the peace of mind
in knowing that only your transmitters will operate the security system and that no
additional transmitters have been coded into your system for the purpose of stealing
your vehicle or its contents. This Indicator flashing occurs for 10 seconds every time
the ignition switch is turned "on".
5) Flash-1x & Pause = 1 transmitter code is stored in the system's memory.
6) Flash-2x & Pause = 2 transmitter codes are stored in the system's memory.
7) Flash-3x & Pause = 3 transmitter codes are stored in the system's memory.
8) Flash-4x & Pause = 4 transmitter codes are stored in the system's memory.
Zone Violation: If the system is triggered, the LED Status Indicator will start
to flash and pause one of the following sequences to indicate which protected circuit
triggered the system. This is seen while the system is armed, and after disarming,
until the ignition switch is turned "on", which will clear the Zone Violation code.
The unit's memory can store two different violation codes.
9) Flash-1x & Pause
= The security system was triggered from the current
sensing circuit.
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10) Flash-2x & Pause
= The security system was triggered from the hood or
trunk circuit.
= The security system was triggered from the door circuit
11) Flash-3x & Pause
.
12) Flash-4x & Pause = The security system was triggered from the Auxiliary
Sensor Port circuit.
Audible And Visual Indications
The Security system's audible output and the vehicle's parking and interior lights
are utilized to indicate a number of events or processes associated with the system's
operation:
1) One siren chirp and one light flash upon closing the vehicle's door: The system
has started a passive Last Door Arming countdown and will become armed after
the 30 second countdown expires. This chirp indicates that the starter interrupt
will engage and the doors will lock when the alarm becomes fully armed in 30
seconds.
2) One siren chirp, one light flash, & doors lock: The system has armed passively
or actively from the transmitter. The starter interrupt has engaged and the doors
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have locked. The optional sensor will become operational 5 seconds later.
LIMITED
3) One siren chirp after the arming chirp previously mentioned: The auxiliary
sensor circuit is bypassed by pressing the small transmitter button within 3
seconds of pressing the large transmitter button.
4) One siren chirp, and no light flash, but only at the moment the ignition switch is
turned "off": The alarm is in Valet Mode, and will not arm actively or passively.
5) Two siren chirps and the parking lights stay on for 30 seconds:
The system has just disarmed or 2nd channel output has been activated.
6) Two siren chirps and two light flashes: The system has entered the Valet Mode.
7) Four siren chirps and the lights stay on for 30 seconds: The system has just
disarmed and was activated while you were away. The system will have this
disarming confirmation until the ignition switch is turned "on".
8) Siren sounding, changing sounds every 5 seconds, and the parking lights flashing
on and off: The system is in an activated state. This will also relock the doors.
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LIFETIME
WARRANTY
Products manufactured and sold by OMEGA RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT, INC. (the Company), are
warranted to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use. If a product sold by the Company
proves to be defective, the Company will repair or replace it free of charge within the first year and thereafter all
parts to be repaired will be free with only a nominal charge for Omega Research and Development, Inc.'s labor and
return shipping, to the original owner during the lifetime of the car in which it was originally installed.
All products for warranty repair must be sent postage prepaid to Omega Research & Development, Inc., P.O.
Box 508, Douglasville, Georgia 30133, with bill of sale or other dated proof of purchase. This warranty is
nontransferable and does not apply to any product damaged by accident, physical or electrical misuse or abuse,
improper installation, alteration, any use contrary to its intended function, unauthorized service, fire, flood,
lightning, or other acts of God.
This warranty limits the Company's liability to the repair or replacement of the product. The Company shall
not be responsible for removal and/or reinstallation charges, damage to or theft of the vehicle or its contents, or any
incidental or consequential damages caused by any failure or alleged failure of the product to function properly.
Under No Circumstances Should This Warranty, Or The Product Covered By It, Be Construed As A Guarantee Or
Insurance Policy Against Loss. The Company neither assumes nor authorizes any person or organization to make
any Warranties or assume any liability in connection with the sale, installation, or use of this product.
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.
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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9) A series of siren chirps lasting two seconds after the ignition switch is turned
"on": The Automatic Transmitter VerificationTM feature (page 4) has been
activated. This will also occur for 48 hours after installation.
10) Three siren chirps upon arming the system: The Zone Bypass feature is
indicating that the system is arming, but bypassing a violated protected zone.
11) Three siren chirps while the system is armed: The Prewarning feature has been
activated.
Auxiliary Optional Sensor Port With Prewarn
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Your vehicle security system features a port which allows an optional auxiliary
sensor to be easily added to increase the effectiveness of your system. A light shock
or impact to the vehicle will initiate the Prewarn feature, while a heavier shock or
impact will trigger the security system. Other sensors are available which include
those that monitor shock to the vehicle, detect changes in atmospheric pressure
within the vehicle, and radar sensors that can detect motion inside and outside the
vehicle.
Features Programming Checklist
This checklist helps when programming features. Before
attempting feature programming, please carefully read pages
27-38 to become familiar with the features and the programming
procedure.
To best use this checklist, mark each applicable box with "\"
next to the feature to be changed before entering Features
Programming Mode. As each feature is programmed, change
its mark to "X".
To program features, follow these steps:
Step 1 - Turn the ignition "off", and press the valet switch 5 times.
(the system will respond a chirp, then briefly sounding the
siren and the Status LED begins flashing)
Step 2 - Press the valet switch the same number of times as the
feature number.
(the system will acknowledge the valet switch entry by
repeating the same number of siren chirps and the Status
LED flashes a like amount)
Step 3 - Press the transmitter's center button to turn the feature
"on", or press the left button to turn the feature "off".
(turning the feature "on" is indicated by one horn chirp and
the Status LED being on; turning the feature "off" is indicated
by two horn chirps and the Status LED being off)
Repeat - Steps 2 and 3 for each feature to be changed
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The sensor may be temporarily bypassed using the transmitter. If the system is
triggered by the sensor plugged into this port, the Zone Violation feature will flash
the LED Status Light four times between pauses.
Prewarning Shock Detection Circuit: This circuit requires connection to an
auxiliary detection sensor device. When the sensor is triggered by a light impact or
shock to the vehicle, the security system will respond by chirping the siren (or
honking the horn) 3 times and locking all of the doors. After this circuit has been
triggered 5 times it will automatically shutdown until the alarm system is rearmed
again. This will prevent the security system from being a nuisance to the general
public, and in some cases to allow compliance with local noise ordinances.
Anti-Carjacking Protection
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This security system features three optional forms of Anti-Carjacking protection. The Anti-Carjacking features may be activated by turning "on" the ignition
switch, opening and closing a door after the ignition has been turned "on", or by the
transmitter activating the 3rd Channel Output, but only when the ignition is "on".
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FEATURE
DEFAULT
Ignition-Activated Anti-Carjacking Protection
OFF (left button)
Door-Activated Anti-Carjacking Protection
OFF (left button)
Last Door Arming
ON (center button)
Doors Lock With Last Door Arming
ON (center button)
Current Sensing
ON (center button)
Doors Lock At Ignition "On"
ON (center button)
Unlock #1 At Ignition OFF
ON (center button)
N/A
Open Door Bypass To Features #6, #7
ON (center button)
Lights On 5 / 30 Seconds Upon Disarm 30 Seconds (center button)
Automatic Rearming
ON (center button)
2nd Channel Output Disarms System
ON (center button)
.8 / 3 Second Doorlock Pulse
.8 Second (center button)
Double Unlock Pulse
OFF (left button)
3 / 45 Second Arming Delay
3 Second (center button)
Confirmation Chirp
ON (center button)
30 / 60 Second Activated Alarm Cycle 60 Seconds (center button)
Pulsed Horn / Steady Siren Output
Steady Siren (left button)
Loud / Soft Pulsed Horn Chirps
Loud (center button)
Total Closure Lock Output
OFF (left button)
Remote-Activated Anti-Carjacking Protection
OFF (left button)
One / Two Button Arming / Disarming One Button (center button)
If no programming activity occurs within a 10 second
period, the Features Programming Mode will expire.
The system exiting Features Programming Mode is indicated by
the siren briefly sounding.
The Anti-Carjacking feature automatically activates for each of the three
described conditions, provided that each has been programmed to operate. In each
of the three methods, the vehicle operator has 53 seconds to press the Valet Switch
to cancel the Anti-Carjacking feature. If not cancelled, at 53 seconds the siren will
start chirping, to remind the operator that Anti-Carjacking will engage. This will
continue for 7 seconds, during which time the Anti-Carjacking feature may still be
cancelled by pressing the Valet Switch. At 60 seconds, the Anti-Carjacking feature
fully engages, sounding the siren and flashing the parking lights. Thirty seconds
after the siren sounds and the parking lights flash, the starter interrupt will engage.
During this 30 second period, if the ignition is turned "off" the starter interrupt will
instantly engage.
Once fully activated, the Anti-Carjacking feature can only be deactivated by
turning the ignition "off", then "on" again, after which the Valet Switch must be
pressed within 5 seconds. When the Anti-Carjacking feature is fully engaged, the
system will not respond to the transmitters, nor will it automatically reset after 60
seconds. The Anti-Carjacking operation will continue until deactivated or until the
vehicle's battery is drained.
Optional Backup Battery
This security system is designed for easy compatibility with a Backup Battery
power option which requires additional components. The Backup Battery option
will allow the security system to operate its most vital functions even if power is
removed from the system's control module or if the vehicle's battery is disconnected. The Omega dealer from which you purchased your vehicle security system
can provide more details on the exact operation of the system when it is equipped
with this option.
Programming Transmitters
When adding or deleting transmitter codes to operate the security system,
follow this process:
1) Turn "on" the ignition.
2) Within 5 seconds of turning "on" the ignition, press the Valet Switch 5 times. The
siren will chirp, confirming that for the next 10 seconds the system is ready to
learn a transmitter code. When the first transmitter code is learned all existing
stored codes will be erased. To enter a transmitter code, simply press and release
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the transmitter button which is desired to arm and disarm the system.
Programming Features
3) Repeat this procedure for each transmitter desired to operate the security system.
The system will chirp the siren once to confirm that each transmitter code was
learned. Both of the other two transmitter button's functions will automatically
be learned when the arm / disarm button is learned. If a code is not received
within a 10 second period, the learning process will automatically terminate.
Your vehicle security system has 21 programmable features that allow your
system to be customized to fit your personal needs. To program these features "on"
or "off", follow this process:
Although this security system is programmed at the factory for the large center
transmitter button to arm and disarm the system, any one of the transmitter's three
buttons may be programmed to arm and disarm the security system. Upon the
system learning the arm / disarm button, the other two buttons are automatically
assigned other functions, as follows:
2) Within 5 seconds of turning "off" the ignition, press the Valet Switch 5 times.
The siren will chirp, followed by a short siren burst, confirming that for the next
10 seconds the system is ready to receive a feature number.
Arm / Disarm
Trunk Release
3rd Channel
Large Center Button
Small Right Button
Small Left Button
Small Right Button
Large Center Button
Small Left Button
Small Left Button
Large Center Button
Small Right Button
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1) Turn "off" the ignition.
3) Press the Valet Switch the number of times that is equal to the feature number.
Example: Press the Valet Switch six times if Feature #6 is to be changed.
4) The siren will respond by chirping the same amount as the feature number.
Example: The siren responds with six chirps.
5) Press the large transmitter button to turn the feature "on". When done, the siren
will respond with one chirp.
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6) Press the small left transmitter button to turn the feature "off". When done, the
siren will respond with two chirps.
If the Valet Switch is not pressed or if a transmitter signal is not received within a
10 second period, the Programmable Features learning process will automatically
terminate. The 21 Programmable Features are:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
13)
14)
Ignition-Activated Anti-Carjacking Protection: Default OFF.
Door-Activated Anti-Carjacking: Default OFF.
Last Door Arming: Default ON.
Doors Lock With Last Door Arming: Default ON.
Current Sensing: Default ON.
Doors Lock At Ignition "On": Default ON.
Unlock Output #1 At Ignition "Off": Default ON.
Not used on this model.
Open Door Bypass To Features #6, #7: Default ON.
Lights On 5 / 30 Seconds Upon Disarm: Default 30 Seconds.
Automatic Rearming: Default ON.
2nd Channel Output Disarms System: Default ON.
.8 / 3 Second Doorlock Pulse: Default .8 Second.
Double Unlock Pulse: Default OFF.
15)
16)
17)
18)
19)
20)
21)
22)
3 / 45 Second Arming Delay: Default 3 Seconds.
Confirmation Chirp: Default ON.
30 / 60 Second Activated Alarm Cycle: Default 60 Seconds.
Pulsed Horn / Steady Siren Output: Default Steady Siren.
Loud / Soft Pulsed Horn Chirps: Default Loud.
Total Closure Lock Output: Default OFF.
Remote-Activated Anti-Carjacking Protection: Default OFF.
One / Two Button Arming / Disarming: Default One Button.
Programmable Features
Feature #1: Ignition-Activated Anti-Carjacking Protection
(Factory Setting: OFF)
Feature Turned On: After turning the ignition switch "on" and starting the vehicle,
you must press the Valet Switch within 60 seconds. If the Valet Switch is not pressed
the security system will begin chirping the siren 53 seconds after the ignition was
turned "on". These chirps are to remind you that Anti-Carjacking is about to engage;
pressing the Valet Switch during the chirps will cancel the Anti-Carjacking feature.
The chirps will last for 7 seconds, after which time the siren will sound continuously
and the parking lights will begin flashing to attract attention to the vehicle.
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Thirty seconds after the siren and parking lights engage, or if the ignition is turned
"off", the starter interrupt will engage. Once the Anti-Carjack is engaged, the only
way to disengage it is to turn the ignition "off", then back "on" again, and then press
the Valet Switch within 5 seconds. Altogether, there are three Anti-Carjacking
Programmable Features, which may be programmed independently.
Automatic Last Door Arming feature will be interrupted. When the instant trigger
becomes ungrounded, the security system will become fully armed thirty seconds
later. All of the doors and the trunk must have the proper connection of the control
module's wiring. This feature allows unhurried passenger exit and trunk access, as
the Last Door Arming process does not start until the last door or trunk is closed,
and opening any door or the trunk will interrupt the process. You can still actively
arm the security system with the transmitter at any time.
Feature #2: Door-Activated Anti-Carjacking Protection
(Factory Setting: OFF)
Feature Turned On: This feature operates the same as the Anti-Carjacking feature
described above, except that opening a door while the ignition is "on" will initiate
the 60 second Anti-Carjacking cycle.
Feature #3: Last Door Arming
(Factory Setting: ON)
Feature Turned On: The security system will arm itself automatically when the
vehicle's last door is closed. At the moment the last door is closed the siren will chirp
the exterior lights will flash once, and the Status LED will flash fast. Thirty seconds
later the siren will chirp once again, the lights will flash, and the Status LED will
flash slowly, indicating that the security system is fully armed. If feature #4 is
selected, the doors will also lock at this time. If the instant trigger is grounded at any
time during the thirty second countdown (Example: opening the trunk), the
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Feature #4 Doors Lock With Last Door Arming
(Factory Setting: ON)
Feature Turned On: When the security system passively arms from the Last Door
Arming feature, the doors will also lock if an optional doorlock interface was added.
This will occur when the system becomes fully armed 30 seconds after closing the
last door. Feature #3 must be on in order for this feature to operate.
Feature #5: Current Sensing
(Factory Setting: ON)
Feature Turned On: When the security system is armed, current sensing can detect
a positive current draw from the vehicle's battery. (Example: the dome light comes
on when a door is opened or the brake lights come on when the brake pedal is
pressed). With this feature on, the security system will trigger if a current draw is
detected.
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Feature #6: Doors Lock At Ignition "On"
(Factory Setting ON)
Feature Turned On: The security system will automatically lock the vehicle's
doors one second after the ignition switch is turned "on". This feature adds
considerable personal security to you and your family.
Feature #7: Doors Unlock At Ignition "Off"
(Factory Setting ON)
This Feature will cause the security system to automatically unlock the vehicle's
doors instantly when the ignition switch is turned "off".
Feature #8: Not used on this model.
Feature #9: Open Door Bypass To Features #6, #7
(Factory Setting ON)
Feature Turned On: When the security system locks and unlocks the doors from
Features #6 or #7, if a door is open the doors will not automatically lock when the
ignition switch turns "on", or automatically unlock when the ignition switch is
turned "off".
Feature #10: Lights On 5 / 30 Seconds Upon Disarm
(Factory Setting 30 Seconds)
Feature Turned On: Upon disarming, the exterior and interior lights will stay on
for 30 seconds, to illuminate the way to your vehicle.
Feature Turned Off: The exterior and interior lights will stay on for 5 seconds
when the system is disarmed.
Feature #11: Automatic Rearming
(Factory Setting ON)
Feature Turned On: When the transmitter has disarmed the security system, the
system will rearm and relock the doors 90 seconds later, unless a door is opened or
the ignition is turned on. This feature prevents the system from being accidentally
disarmed if a transmitter button is unknowingly pressed by an object while in a
pocket or purse, or from children playing with the transmitter.
Feature Turned Off: When the transmitter has disarmed the security system, the
system will stay disarmed until the transmitter is used to arm it again.
Feature #12: 2nd Channel Output Disarms System
(Factory Setting ON)
Feature Turned On: When the 2nd channel output is utilized, the security system
will also disarm at the same time, chirping the siren twice, unlocking the doors and
turning the exterior lights on for thirty or five seconds. The 2nd channel output, and
this feature, can be used for remote trunk release operation.
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Feature #13: .8 / 3 Second Doorlock Pulse
(Factory Setting .8 (ON)
Feature Turned On: The doorlock outputs have a .8 second negative pulse to an
optional doorlock interface to operate the vehicle's power doorlocking system.
Feature Turned Off: The doorlock outputs have a 3 second negative pulse to an
optional doorlock interface to operate the vehicle's vacuum doorlocking system.
Feature #14: Double Unlock Pulse
(Factory Setting OFF)
Some newer vehicles require a doorlock interface which provides a double doorlock
output pulse to unlock all of the vehicle's doors. Feature #12 must be .8 second
doorlock pulse time (Feature #12 turned ON) for Feature #14 to operate.
Feature Turned On: The unlock output provides two pulses.
Feature Turned Off: The unlock output provides a single pulse.
Feature #16: Confirmation Chirp
(Factory Setting ON)
Feature Turned On: The security system will chirp the siren for confirmation that
the system armed and disarmed.
Feature Turned "Off": The security system will not have siren chirps for the
arming and disarming confirmation. Turning this feature off will also eliminate the
three chirps upon arming if the instant trigger circuit is grounded, and the four chirps
upon disarming if the system was triggered and reset. However, the Prewarn Feature
and the Programmable Features chirps will still operate.
Regardless of this Feature, eliminating the siren chirp may be done on a onetime
temporary basis as desired by pressing the small left transmitter button twice for
arming or disarming. Even if this Feature is used to remove the confirmation chirps,
the audible Automatic Transmitter VerificationTM feature will still operate.
Feature #15: 3 / 45 Second Arming Delay
(Factory Setting 3 Seconds (ON)
Feature Turned On: The security system will be become fully armed 3 seconds
after the arming siren chirp confirmation.
Feature Turned Off: The security system will be become fully armed 45 seconds
after the arming siren chirp confirmation.
Note: During the arming delay if any protected circuit should go into a triggered
state, the system will arm, but that circuit will be unprotected until it reverts back
to an non-triggered state.
Feature #17: 30 / 60 Second Activated Alarm Cycle
(Factory Setting 60 Seconds (ON)
Feature Turned On: Upon activation, the siren will sound and the parking lights
will flash for 60 seconds.
Feature Turned Off: Upon activation, the siren will sound and the parking lights
will flash for 30 seconds.
Please note that the shorter 30 second activated time may be required in some
localities to comply with noise nuisance ordinances.
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Feature #18: Pulsed Horn / Steady Siren Output
(Factory Setting Steady Siren (OFF)
Feature Turned On: This Feature allows the use of the vehicle's horn in place of
the electronic siren for the audible output of the security system. When configured
for use with a horn, this output pulses for 10 seconds, then pauses for 5 seconds,
repeating this cycle for the duration of the activated alarm period. This prevents
the horn from overheating, thereby ensuring a maximum useful life to the vehicle
owner.
Feature Turned Off: The output is a continuous, steady output which the electronic siren requires. The siren features six different siren tones, which change
every 5 seconds.
Feature #19: Loud / Soft Pulsed Horn Chirps
(Factory Setting Loud (ON)
Feature Turned On: 12 Millisecond Confirmation Honks.
Feature Turned Off: 8 Millisecond Confirmation Honks.
If your security system is configured to use the vehicle's horn, this Feature allows
a degree of compensation for the variance which is found in the length of the pulse
required to honk the horn in a satisfactory manner.
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Feature #20: Total Closure Lock Output
(Factory Setting OFF)
Feature Turned On: 28 Second Doorlock Output.
Feature Turned Off: .8 Second Doorlock Output.
If the vehicle is so equipped, this Feature allows the installer to take advantage of
a preexisting Total Closure System.
Feature #21: Remote-Activated Anti-Carjacking Protection
(Factory Setting OFF)
Feature Turned On: Anti-Carjacking Protection Feature Activated By 3rd
Channel Output. This Feature allows remote activation of the Anti-Carjacking
Feature. If this Feature is turned ON, pressing the Small Left Button on the transmitter for 3 seconds will activate the Anti-Carjacking Feature, but only when the
ignition switch is "on". This Feature may be activated regardless of the setting of
Features #1 and #2 (Ignition and Door Activated Anti-Carjacking Protection).
Feature Turned Off: 3rd Channel Will Not Operate Anti-Carjacking.
Feature #22: One / Two Button Arming / Disarming
(Factory Setting One Button (ON)
Feature Turned On: One Button Arming / Disarming. This Feature controls
how the transmitter operates the security system. If this Feature is turned ON, the
transmitter's Large Center Button will alternate arming and disarming the system
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with each press of the button. This type of operation is also described as a "single
button toggle" for the arming and disarming of the system.
Feature Turned Off: Two Button Arming / Disarming. Having this Feature set
to the OFF setting causes the system to operate in a "dedicated button for arming
and dedicated button for disarming" fashion. This Feature's "Two Button" setting
may be used with the standard 3-button transmitter; when configured in this fashion
the large center button arms the system, and the small right button disarms the
system. Pressing the small right button operates trunk release; pressing the large
center button and small right button together operates the 3rd channel output.
Optional Transmitter Operations
Feature #22 configured for "Two Button Arming / Disarming" with supplied
transmitter
Operates
2nd channel
output
Arms system, and engages
"panic" with system armed
K 9
Enhanced "Panic" operation: Having feature #22 configured
for "Two Button Arming / Disarming" enhances the "Panic"
feature's operation; using the "arm" button activates "Panic" with
an armed system, locking the doors, and using "disarm" button
results in "Panic" with a disarmed system and unlocked doors.
Operates
3rd channel
output
K9-5Classic 302MHz w/Red LED (#109-01)
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Disarms
system, and
engages
"panic"
with
system
disarmed
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