VMOD81 - Falcon Technical Ltd
FA L CON
WORLD CLASS SE CURITY
FALCON PREDATOR EVO4 V2
Vehicle Security System with Remote Starter
Installation Manual
Table of Contents:
A) Introduction ..............................................................................................................2
A-1) Features ......................................................................................................2
A-2) Key Function Table........................................................................................2
B) Optional Programming Features ...................................................................................3
C-1) Programming Option Table .............................................................................3
B-2) Explanation of Programming Options ...............................................................4
C) Remote Transmitter Code Learning ..............................................................................7
D) Installation Notes ......................................................................................................7
D-1) Ignition 2 Connection ....................................................................................7
D-2) Installation without Remote Starter Features ....................................................7
E) Suggested Location of Installing the Antenna .................................................................8
F) Wiring Diagram..........................................................................................................9
G) Wiring Note #1 ....................................................................................................... 10
H) Wiring Note #2 ....................................................................................................... 11
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A) Introduction
The Falcon Predator EVO4 is a unique Vehicle Security System with Remote Engine Starter
System and is designed to provide the highest level of security and convenience.
The Falcon Predator EVO4 has many programmable functions so please read this manual
carefully before installing the Falcon Predator EVO4 system.
A-1) Features
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2 x Four Button Remote Controls
Code Hopping and Code Learning
Remote System
Up to 4 remote transmitters
Programmable
Remote Engine Start with system
armed/disarmed
Timer Engine Start
Turbo Timer
Remote Arm/Disarm
Mute Arm/Disarm
Immobiliser
Remote Boot Release
Passive or Active Lock Programmable
Auto Re-arm
Ignition Lock/Unlock
Car Finder
Audible Intrusion Zone Identification
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Defective Zone Alert and Bypass
Keyless Entry While Ignition is on
Remote Panic Alarm
Anti-Hijacking
Emergency System Override
Remote Valet Mode
Passive Arming
Siren programmable for 30 or 60
seconds
Built in Central Locking Control
Built in Total Closure Control
Central Lock Active Time selectable 0.5
or 3.5 seconds
Plug-In Dual Stage Shock Sensor
Shock Sensor Bypass
Interior Light Delay Time
programmable
A-2) Key Function Table
Button
Button 1 once
Button 2 once
Button 1 for 3 secs
Buttons 1+3 for 1 sec
Button 3 once
Button 3 for 2 secs
Button 4 for 3 secs
Buttons 1+2 once
Buttons 1+4 for 1 sec
Armed
Disarmed
Arm
Disarm
Panic
Channel 3
Car Finder
Boot Release
Remote Start On/Off
Mute Disarm
Timer Start On/Off
Arm
Disarm
Panic
Channel 3
Car Finder
Boot Release
Remote Start On/Off
Mute Arm
Timer Start On/Off
Ignition On
Panic
Channel 3
Anti-Hijacking
RPM Learning
Valet Mode
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B) Optional Programming Features
The Predator EVO4 has additional features for different types of vehicles.
Read the below programming functions carefully to have the right options programmed for your
vehicle and your needs.
a> Under the system disarm mode, keep the door open, and switch the ignition on-off, on-off,
on-off and then back to On.
b> Siren will chirp for 2 seconds to confirm entering the programming option mode.
c> To choose the function #1 – 23: Within 20 seconds after taking step b Press button 1 the
same number of times as the function # you wish to program. Each time you press button 1, a
single short chirp will follow. For example, if you want to choose #11 Start Mode Select, press
button 1 eleven times.
Pressing Button 4 for 3 seconds will the programming options will be reset to factory default, the
siren will chirp for 2 seconds to confirm and the system will leave programming mode.
d> To confirm the selected mode, Press button 2. Siren will chirp as many times as you pressed
button 1 in step C to confirm the function you chose. For example, if you press button 1 eleven
times in step C, 11 single short chirps will follow.
e> Now you can program the features and settings by pressing buttons 1, 2 or 3.
When you press button 1, a single chirp will sound, for Button 2 two chirps and button 3 three
chirps to indicate the selected setting has been programmed.
The system will leave the programming mode if there is no action made within 20 seconds your
previous action or the ignition is turned off. The siren will sound for 2 seconds to confirm the
system has left programming mode.
C-1) Programming Option Table
BTN (1)
BTN (2)
BTN (3)
Chirp Once
2 Chirps
3 Chirps
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Chirp Confirmation On/Off
On
Off
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Shock Sensor Bypass
Disabled
First
Both
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Passive Arming
Disabled
Enabled
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Passive Locking
Disabled
Enabled
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Ignition Locking
Disabled
Enabled
Lock Only
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Door Lock Time
1 Pulse
2 Pulses
4 Sec.
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Siren/Horn
Siren
Horn
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Alarm Condition/Cycle Duration
30 Secs
60 Secs
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Interior Light Delay
Disables
15 Secs
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Auto Rearm
Disabled
Enabled
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Anti-Hijacking Delay
15 Secs
60 Secs
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Anti-Hijacking by Remote Control
Disabled
Enabled
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Anti-Hijacking by Door Opening
Disabled
Enabled
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Turbo Timer
Disabled
120 Secs
180 Secs
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Car Type
Automatic
Manual
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Remote Start Conditions
Arm
Normal
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Door Lock/Unlock with Remote Start
Disabled
Enabled
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Remote Start Mode
Alternator
TACH
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Crank Time
600ms
800ms
1000ms
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Engine Running Time
10 Min
20 Min
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Timer Start
3 Hours
6 Hours
12 Hours
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Alternator Voltage
4.5V
9.0V
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Channel 3 Output
Disable
Enable
*Note: The factory defaults are pre-programmed as per the first column (grey box).
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B-2) Explanation of Programming Options
01) Chirp confirmation on/off: Factory default = On
The siren will chirp once to enter armed mode and twice to enter disarmed mode when
programmed as on. The siren will not chirp if programmed as off.
02) Shock Sensor Bypass: Factory default = Disabled
When programmed as Disabled: The shock sensor will work normally
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When programmed as First: The 1 stage shock sensor will be bypass after 3 continual triggers
When programmed as Both: Both stages of the shock sensor will be bypassed after 3 continual
triggers.
03) Passive Arming: Factory default = Disable
When programmed as Disabled: The feature will not be activated
When programmed as Enabled: The LED will flash rapidly and system will enter the armed
mode automatically after 30 seconds of turning the ignition off and closing the last opened door,
the bonnet and boot. The siren will chirp and parking lights flash once to confirm and the
immobiliser turns on.
04) Passive Locking: Factory default = Disabled
When programmed as Disabled: The doors will not be locked when the passive arming feature is
activated.
When programmed as Enabled: The doors will be locked when the passive arming feature is
activated.
05) Ignition lock: Factory default = Disabled
When programmed as Disabled: The doors will not be locked when turning the ignition on and
will not be unlocked when the ignition is off
When programmed as Enabled: The doors will be automatically locked 15 seconds after the
ignition is turned on and the doors will be unlocked immediately upon the
ignition being turned off
When programmed as Lock Only: The doors will be locked 15 seconds after turning the ignition
on but will not be unlocked after turning the ignition off.
06) Door lock time: Factory default = 1 Pulse
When programmed as 1 Pulse: The system will send one 1 second pulse when locking or
unlocking the doors.
When programmed as 2 Pulse: The system will send one 1 second pulse when locking the doors
and two 1 second pulses when unlocking the doors.
When programmed as 4 sec.: The system will send one 4 second pulse when locking or
unlocking the door.
07) Siren/Horn: Factory default = Siren
When programmed as Siren: The system will send a constant output
When programmed as Horn: The system will send an intermittent output with a 0.5 second
interval between each output. An extra relay should be added if Horn is selected.
08) Alarm condition cycle duration: Factory default = 30 seconds.
To program the alarm time as 30 or 60 seconds.
09) Interior light delay: Factory default = Disabled
If the vehicle has a delay on turning off the interior light when closing the door, set the Interior
Light Delay to 15 or 40 Secs.
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When programmed as Disabled: The siren will chirp, hazard lights will flash 3 times and LED will
show 3 flashes if the door, boot or bonnet is not closed properly. When the system enters
armed mode the violated zone will be bypassed but all other areas will remain protected.
When programmed as 15 or 40 seconds: If the door, boot or bonnet is not closed properly the
siren will chirp, hazard lights will flash 3 times and the LED will show 3 flashes. 15 or 40
seconds later the system enters armed mode and the violated zones will be bypassed but all
other areas will remain protected.
10) Auto rearm: Factory default = Disabled
If Auto Rearm is Enabled, the system will be armed again 30 seconds after the system is
disarmed if a door is not opened. Opening a door after disarming the system will disable Auto
rearm function.
11) Anti-Hijacking Delay: Factory default = 15 Sec.
The system will enter anti-hijacking mode 15 or 60 seconds after the anti-hijacking is activated
by pressing the remote control or opening the door while the ignition is on.
12) Anti-hijacking by remote control: Factory default = Disabled
When programmed as Enabled Anti-Hijacking mode can be started by pressing button 3 on the
remote control
13) Anti-hijacking by door opening: Factory default = Disabled
When programmed as Enabled: The anti-hijacking mode will be activated by opening a door
with the ignition on.
14) Turbo timer: Factory default = Disabled
When programmed as 120 or 180 Secs: The ignition will keep on running for 120 or 180
seconds after turning the ignition key off and closing the door.
Operation is as follows:
- With the ignition key still in on position
- Pull up the handbrake
- Turn the ignition key to the off position
- The Ignition and ACC circuits will stay on
- The system will then start the 120 or 180 seconds countdown
- Open and close the door
- The Ignition and ACC circuits will stay on
- After 120 or 180 seconds, the ignition and ACC circuits will be turned off automatically.
- Pressing button 1 during the 120 or 180 seconds will arm the system (Press buttons 1+2 for
Mute Arm)
* The turbo time will be functional only when the engine has been running for at least 5 minutes
15) Car type: Factory default = Automatic
Select Automatic for vehicles with automatic transmission or select manual for vehicles
with a manual transmission.
16) Remote start conditions: Factory default = Arm
When programmed as Arm: The remote start feature will be functional only when the system is
armed.
When programmed as Normal: The remote start feature will be functional when the system is
armed or disarmed mode.
17) Lock/Unlock with remote start: Factory default: Disabled
When programmed as Disabled: The doors will not lock or unlock before and after the remote
engine starter operates.
When programmed as Enabled: If the system is armed: The doors lock once before and after
remote starting the engine.
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If the system is disarmed the door unlocks before and after remote starting the engine.
18) Remote start mode: Factory default = Alternator
To program the Remote Start Mode as Alternator or Tach.
RPM (TACH) Learning:
- Perform the Tach Learning before using the remote start for the first time
- Make sure the Tach wire(C4-1 Green) of the alarm system is connected to the negative of the
coil as shown in the wiring diagram
Before performing the RPM (Tach) learning turn off all electrical devices such as car stereo, FM
Radio or air conditioner. By doing so, the system will learn lowest RPM, which will make it
smoother and easier when using the remote starter.
Take the following steps to perform the RPM learning:
a> Shift the gear to the neutral position and pull up the hand brake.
b> Switch the ignition on and start the engine.
c> Wait until the RPM is running stably (normally vehicle’s stable RPM is 900-1,000.)
d> Press button 2 for 2 seconds. The hazard lights will flash for 2 seconds and then flash twice
to confirm that RPM is learned.
Important:
* Please make sure to set Start Mode Select as TACH (please refer to # 18 Remote Start Mode of
Programming Option Table).
* The Tach wire (Green) of the alarm system should be connected to the negative of the coil.
19) Crank time: Factory default = 600ms
Normally, older vehicles and diesel vehicles need a longer crank time to start the engine.
However, if the engine doesn’t start smoothly, please set the crank time longer.
*For diesel vehicles please try to program 1000ms in order make the remote engine start work
smoothly.
20) Engine running time: Factory default = 10 minutes
Depending on the programmed engine running time the engine will run for 10 or 20 minutes
and then shut down automatically.
21) Timer start: Factory default = 3 Hours
With the system armed or disarmed the Timer Start feature can be turned on or off as follows:
A) Turn on Timer Start Mode:
- Press buttons 1+4 once, the siren will chirp and hazard lights will flash once to confirm the
feature has been turned on for 24 hours.
- The engine will be started every 3, 6 or 12 hours depending on the selection of option feature
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B) To turn off Timer Start Mode Press buttons 1+4 once, the siren will chirp and hazard lights
will flash twice to confirm the feature has been cancelled.
Timer Start mode will be cancelled in the situations below:
* When remotes engine start is used.
* If the ignition has been turned on with the system disarmed
* The doors are opened with the system armed
22) Alternator voltage: Factory default = 4.5V
This setting should be left set on the default setting of 4.5V unless advised otherwise by the
technical department of supplier.
23) Channel 3 output: Factory default = Disabled
The channel 3 output is often applied for total closure/comfort closure and the operation is
as follows:
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When programmed as Enabled: The windows will be closed automatically when
pressing button 1 or 1+2 to arm the system. With the feature enabled, the CH3
output will be unable to be operated by remote control.
When programmed as Disabled: The channel 3 output will be activated as long as pressing and
holding buttons 1+3 for 1 second.
C) Remote Transmitter Code Learning
The included remotes control are programmed to the system before they leave the factory.
Follow the below procedure to program a new remote control:
a> Follow the below procedure to program a new remote control.
With the alarm disarmed, and the doors CLOSED, switch the ignition ON/OFF 3 times (within 1
second of each other) and then back to the ON position.
The siren will sound for 2 seconds to indicate the alarm is in code learning mode.
b> To program the new remote control press button (1) within 10 seconds.
The siren will chirp and the hazard lights flash twice to confirm that the code has
been learned. Follow the same procedure for second, third and fourth remote transmitter.
c> If the ignition is turned OFF or button (1) is not pressed within 10 seconds, the system will
quit the code-learning mode. If this happens you must start again from the first step.
d> Up to 4 remote control transmitters can be programmed to the system.
D) Installation Notes
D-1) Ignition 2 Connection
If a vehicle has ignition 2 (ACC 2), the yellow/black wire (C4-2) must be connected to Ignition 2
(ACC 2) via a 30A relay as shown below.
+12V
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+12V
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Ignition 2
30
C4-2 (-)
87A
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This wire must be connected to Ignition 2 (ACC 2) in the vehicle. Or it will affect
performance of remote engine start.
Important:
D-2) Installation without Remote Starter Features
If the remote starter and turbo timer features are not required, the following wires do not need
to be connected:
C1-2Yellow/GreenTo Ignition Start
C1-3Blue/WhiteTo Ignition Acc
C3-5Black/RedTo handbrake light
C4-1GreenTo RPM
C4-2Yellow/BlackTo ignition 2
C4-3Red/BlackTo alternator
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E) Suggested Location of Installing the Antenna
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Install the antenna at the right or left upper of the windshield
Keep the antenna at least 5cm away from the car frame
Don’t power on the main unit if the antenna is not connected
Keep the antenna at least 5cm apart from solar control window film
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F) Wiring Diagram
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G) Wiring Note #1
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H) Wiring Note #2
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