4200-DL - Feniex

4200-DL - Feniex
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4200-DL Controller
Instruction Manual
V.1.0
4200-DL
Model # C-4200-DL
This instruction manual serves as a
guide for the 4200-DL Controller.
IMPORTANT! Please read through all
provided instructions and any listed
warnings in regards to product use.
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Table of Contents
Safety Regulations & Warranty
Service after Expiration
Copyright
Feniex Product Copyright
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3
3
3
Box Contents
4
Control Head Mounting
6
System Specification
Vertical Mount
Surface Mount
Relay Wiring Diagram
Configuration Record
5
6
6
7
9
Configuration Record Diagram
10
Control Head Programming
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Bluetooth
19
Help
Bluetooth Hardware
Bluetooth Software
4200 App Requirements
FAQ
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Safety Regulations
The following provides all the information
necessary to safely operate the previously
listed products of Feniex Industries, Inc.
Please read this manual thoroughly before
installing or operating your new product
in order to prevent any damage or injury.
Failure to follow the listed instructions in
this manual may result in damage to your
products or personal injury.
• Proper installation of this product
requires good knowledge of automotive
systems, electronics and procedures.
• Please guarantee all vital components
of the vehicle are not in danger of being
damaged by drilling holes necessary
for installation. Check all sides of the
mounting surface before drilling any
holes into the vehicle.
• Do not install this product in any way
that interferes with the deployment of
the air bag. Doing so may damage the
effectiveness of the air bag and can
lead to serious personal and vehicle
injury. The installer will assume full
responsibility of proper installation of the
new unit.
• Please clean the mounting surface
before installation of the unit when using
tape, brackets, magnet, Velcro or suction
cups.
• The product's ground wire must be
connected directly to the Negative (-)
battery post for effective use of the
unit. Please follow all wiring guidelines
provided to guarantee long lifespan
and productivity. Failing to follow these
instructions may result in damage to the
product.
Warranty
Feniex Industries, Inc. warrants to the original
purchaser that the product shall be free
from defects in material and workmanship
for 5 years from the date of purchase for all
LED products. Feniex Industries warranties
speakers, sirens, flashers, and controllers for
2 years.
If a warranty problem occurs, please contact
customer support at 1.800.615.8350 or
visit the web site at www.Feniex.com. If the
product needs to be returned for repair or
replacement, call our customer support line
to receive a return merchandise authorization
number.
Safety Regulations & Warranty
Operational times are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
central time, Monday through Friday. Please
do not send in product without contacting
support first for a RMA number.
Service After Expiration
Feniex Industries will still provide service for
all products after expiration of the warranty.
For any issues, call the customer support
line. In some instances it may be necessary
for the product to be shipped, freight prepaid
and insured for loss or damage to Feniex
headquarters.
Warning! Utilizing non-factory screws and mounting
brackets may result in loss of warranty coverage.
Copyright
This instruction manual and the Feniex
products described in this instruction
manual may include or describe copyrighted
Feniex material. Laws in the United States
and other countries preserve for Feniex
Industries and its licensors certain exclusive
rights for copyrighted material, including
the exclusive right to copy, reproduce in
any form, distribute and make derivative
works of the copyrighted material.
Accordingly, any copyrighted material of
Feniex and its licensors contained herein
or in the Feniex products described in this
instruction manual may not be copied,
reproduced, distributed, merged or modified
in any manner without the express written
permission of Feniex Industries, Inc.
Feniex Product Copyrights
The products described in this document
are the property of Feniex Industries, Inc. It is
furnished by express license agreement only
and may be used only in accordance with the
terms of such an agreement. Products and
documentation are copyrighted materials.
Making unauthorized copies is prohibited by
law. No part of the product or documentation
may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed,
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Box contents
USB
Cable
RJ45
Cable
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RJ45
Cable
U-Shaped
Bracket
Slide Switch
Legend/
Label Sheets
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4200 Relay
System Specification
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Below you will find the key specifications for the 4200-DL system. Review the information
to better determine your installation needs.
Warning! Do not deviate from the specified voltage.
System Specification:
Input Voltage:
11VDC to 16VDC
Stand By Current:
> 100m Amps
Temperature Range:
Logic Input A-B
Logic Input C-D-E
Logic Input F
Logic Input G
Logic Input H
Output 1-2
Outputs 3-20
Max Input Current
Controller Dimensions
Power Supply Dimensions
Bluetooth Range
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-40C° to +70CV°
Ground
Positive
Night Mode (+)
Day Mode (+)
Ignition (+)
WigWag 10 Amps (+)
10 Amps (+)
60 Amps
6.8″ x 3.5″ 1.3″
6.33" x 3.3" x 1.48"
40ft (+/- 5ft)
Control Head
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Decide which mounting option you would like to implement for the 4200 controller:
Option A is a vertical mount, allowing the controller to hang down. Option B is a surface
mount; with the bracket mounting from the rear of the controller. The controller can
also be mounted with a custom face on a console mount. Please contact your preferred
console manufacturer for a 4200 console faceplate (option not shown).
Option A: Vertical Mount
Step 1: Select a dry, cool location to mount
the control head
Step 2: Remove the two factory provided
screws located on either side of the
controller.
Step 3: Place the U-Shaped bracket into
place and screw the two factory provided
screws back on each side of the controller.
Step 4. Connect the RJ45 cable to the RJ45 port
located on the rear of the controller.
Option B: Surface Mount
Step 1: Mount the U-Shaped Bracket in the
desired location using 2 self-tapping screws.
If you wish to use machine screws, simply
drill out the required hole size based on the
size of screw choice.
Important! Make sure not to damage any
vital parts of the vehicle or mounting
surface. Do not mount anywhere that
interferes with the vehicle air bag.
Step 2: Re-attach the control panel head to
the U-Shaped bracket utilizing the factory
provided screws.
Step 3. Connect the RJ45 cable to the RJ45
port located on the rear of the controller.
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relay wiring Diagram
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The below is an example illustration of an installation with the 4200
12V- post
60 Amp Fuse
Recommended
10-12 AWG Wire
Battery
12V+ post
Not provided, install
6 inches away from the battery post.
12V-
12V+
10 Amps WigWag
[ 10 Amps WigWag
RJ45
12V+
12V+
12V+
Controller
USB
Output
1-4
12V+
12V+
12V+
12V+
Output
5-8
use either RJ45 or USB
cable at one time.
12V+
12V+
12V+
12V+
Output
9 - 12
12V+
12V+
12V+
12V+
12V+
12V+
Output
13 - 16
Storm Siren
Output
17 - 20
Storm Siren
A = 12VB = 12VC = 12V+
D = 12V+
E = 12V+
F = night
G = day
H = lightion
12V+
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Fusion Lightbar
49" or 60"
2 X 100W
or 100W + 200W
]
relay wiring Diagram
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The below image indicates the use of outputs 7 and 2 for wig wag
functionality.
The below image shows the location of
the X5, 30 amp Fuses on the relay.
F1
Output 1-4
+
Load/Device
F2
Output 5-8
F3
Output 9-12
F4
connect
here
Fog
connect
here
Headlight
wig wag
BCM
Halogen or LED Light
Tail
Turn
Brake
Output 13-16
F5
Output 17-20
Output Power
RJ45
The below image illustrates the multiple, potential functionality for
inputs A-H.
H
G
F
E
12V+
BCM
Ignition
Day
Night (optional)
D
C
B
A
12V-
12V+
e.g:
Park Kill or
High Beam
Override
12Ve.g:
Park Kill
Input Section
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Important!
Only use either RJ45
or USB at one time.
+
headlight
Configuration Record
TM
V1.0
Use this document to record the products connected to each outlet to assist when
programming the control head with the provided software package.
Outputs:
3
Buttons: (1 - 18, P1 - P3)
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Inputs:
A (-)
B (-)
C (+)
D (+)
E (+)
F (+Night)
G (+Day)
H (+Ignition)
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Outputs / Buttons:
Configuration Record diagram
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V1.0
Control Head Programming
TM
V1.0
To program the Feniex 4200 Controller, first visit www.feniex.com/s-4200 to download the software.
Click on "Literature"
and select "Software
Download"
Step 1: Click Run to continue
Step 2: Select your location to Install
Help
For assistance on how to use the software, please click the help button located
on the top bar in the software interface. You will find informative videos on how
to program every function of the 4200 software system.
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Control Head Programming
Step 3: Open the Feniex 4200 Controller
software.
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Figure 5.1
Step 4: Connect the provided USB
wire to the controller, and connect
the other end of the USB port
to the computer.
Figure 5.2
Step 5:
When the controller is plugged in, the
red box reading "Device Disconnected"
will change from Red to Green will read:
"Device connected."
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Control Head Programming
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V1.0
Ports 1-20 can be activated by:
•
•
•
Button
Input
Slide Switch (p1, p2, p3)
Step 6: Activate Ports
Select button, input or slide switch and then check the box of the desired port.
You can select as many ports as needed with each button programmed. Each
output is capable of 10 amps. For any product requiring more than 10 amps,
use multiple ports to split the load.
For example: For a spotlight that requires 15 amps, select the desired
button on the controller then use 2 ports to split the load. Don't exceed 30
amps per fuse quadrant.
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Control Head Programming
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Step 7: Activate Button
This function programs the slide switch (p1, p2, p3) or inputs A-E to activate a
button. Please note a button cannot activate another button. Multiple buttons can
be activated through the slide switch or input set up.
Step 8: DeActivate Button
This function allows any input, slide switch or button to turn off an activated button.
For example. Arrow function: Left arrow button #6, right arrow button #8, center
out button #7. When activating button #6, deactivate button #7 and #8.
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Control Head Programming
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Step 9: Timer
The timer function allows any button to continue functioning for a set period of time
after it's been disabled. Timer can be set for any duration between 1 second to 1
hour. This applies for all inputs A-H and all buttons.
The slide switch cannot be programmed for timer or momentary functions.
The momentary function only applies to buttons and allows a button to activate
only when the user holds the button down. It will not remain active once pressure is
released.
Ignition/Day mode/Night mode: These buttons an only be used for these functions. Please refer to the wiring diagram on page 18 for BCM wiring diagram.
Example of setting timer function: Ignition:
1. Hit program controller button.
2. Click on ignition (H).
3. Set duration/times (bottom left corner) can be set from 1 second to 1 hour.
4. To save function you must click off the button so it's not highlighted.
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Control Head Programming
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Step 10: Siren
This function only works when you have a 100W or 200W Storm siren connected.
Select the desired switch (input, slide, or button), then select the tone from the drop
down menu. If using a 100W siren, only select speaker 1. For 200W sirens, make
sure to highlight speaker 1 and speaker 2.
Step 11: Audio (under Siren section)
This function only works when you have a 100W or 200W Storm siren connected.
This function allows any input, slide switch or button to activate a desired audio
tone. Select the desired switch (input, slide switch, or a button) then select the
audio tone from the drop down menu. If a 200W Storm siren is installed, the audio
tones will always play on both speakers. For example: Tone 1 programmed on
speaker 1 will play through both speakers #1 and #2 on a 200W siren.
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Control Head Programming
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Step 12: Dual Delay
This function works when a 200W Storm siren is connected to the 4200. Dual delay
is a check box at the bottom of the siren section. When using a 200W siren and
have one switch activating the same siren tone, dual delay will offset the 2 tones so
that they alternate. Note: this is only needed when using the same tone and wanting
the dual tone functionality.
Step 13: Wig Wag
This function works when output 1 and output 2 are connected to two separate
halogen or LED lights. To enable, select the desired switch (input, slide switch, or a
button) and select the speed from the drop down menu.
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Control Head Programming
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Step 14: Light Bar
This function works when you have a full size lightbar connected. To activate a
function of the lightbar, select a desired switch (input, slide switch, button) then
select the lightbar function. Multiple functions can be selected on 1 switch.
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Bluetooth
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Bluetooth Hardware
The Feniex 4200 has the option of being controlled via a smart phone or tablet. To enable
this feature you will require the Feniex in-line Bluetooth module (part #: C-4200WBAD for Android Bluetooth; C-4200WB-AP for Apple Bluetooth). Follow the installation
instructions below to pair the 4200 with a smart phone or tablet.
Pairing Switch
Button
(hold for 3 seconds)
Controller
Port
Power Supply
Port
RJ45 Port
Step 1: Connect the provided RJ45
cable exiting the 4200 power supply
to one end of the BT module.
Power LED
Indicator
Step 2: Connect the other end to the 4200
controller and follow the marking on the
Bluetooth unit for proper connectivity.
Follow instructions on page 15: “4200 App
Requirements” and “Bluetooth Software”
to complete Bluetooth installation.
Power
Supply Port
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Bluetooth
Bluetooth Software
Step 3: Upload software to your handheld
device.
• To download for apple
devices, go to the App
Store.
• To download for android
devices, visit the Feniex
website at: http://www.
feniex.com/s-4200
*The app is not yet available
on Google Play
Step 4: Turn Bluetooth on
using handheld device.
Step 5: Press and hold
pairing switch button on
Feniex Bluetooth device for 3
seconds.
4200 App Requirements:
Android App minimum requirements are
the following:
• Android 2.2 or higher
• Bluetooth 2.0 EDR with SPP support
The app should be compatible with most
phones made in 2011 or after. The current
Android version is 4.4.
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Step 6: In the 4200 app, select “connect” in
the upper right corner.
Step 7: Select “Search for
device” for Android or “Scan”
for Apple
Step 7: Enter password:
• For android devices, select
Feniex 4200 and enter
password: 1111.
• For apple devices, select
Feniex 4200 and choose
enter 8 digit password:
11111111
Step 8: When the app is
successfully paired with the
Bluetooth module, the circle
next to “connect” changes
from red to green.
Apple App should work on the following
devices:
• iPhone 5/5C/5S • iPhone 7/7Plus
• iPhone 6/6Plus
• iPad Air
• iPod Touch 5th Generation
• iPad 3rd & 4th Generation
Devices must have Bluetooth 4.0 and iOS
6.0 software or newer.
Important: Use the video link below to use the correct settings before installing application:
http://howto.cnet.com/8301-11310_39-57602654-285/how-to-install-apps-outside-of-googleplay/
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FAQ
TM
V1.0
Fig 7.1
LED /
Halogen Bulb
C
D
E
High beam Factory
Harness (C,D,E)
1. How do I know if there is power to my
4200 Relay?
A flashing green LED light on the PCBA will
indicate if there is power to the board if the
firmware is fully operational.
2. Why can’t I program to outputs 1 - 2?
Outputs 1 - 2 are only for the WigWag
Function Box.
3. My controller does not turn on after I
programmed it?
Make sure to provide 12V+ into the
"Ignition Input" (Input H).
4. What is the password for Feniex
Bluetooth Module?
Android: The password is: 1111
Apple: The password is: 11111111
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5. Can I still use my high beams with the
WigWag function?
Yes, please use the wiring diagram (see fig.
7.1) as a reference.
• To program, select Input C, D, or E
• Select “Highbeam Override” (see right,
fig 7.2).
6. How do I use my wig wag option?
Each output will support 1 high beam light
assembly. This option can be used for low
beams. Make sure to wire each output to
the positive side of the high beam or low
beam. Be sure to completely cut the wire to
not splice into it to percent feedback.
7. How do I wire the "highbeam" function
from the vehicle?
Run the "switch side" wire, after its cut off
from the high beam bulb, into the 4200's
input (C,D or E). In the programming
software, select the input of the vehicle's
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highbeam wire and on the left column of
the programmer under "Wig Wag Function"
select "high beam" override.
8. My controller button is not
illuminating?
Make sure to provide 12V+ into Input G
(day mode).
9. The program software will not
acknowledge my 4200 controller.
Make sure the 4200 control panel is
plugged in via provided USB to the
computer.
10. Can I change button labels on the
App for handheld device?
Yes. If using Android app, press and hold
button on handheld device. Enter new
name for button when text box appears.
On Apple app, select “settings” to edit
labels on buttons.
Fig 7.3
Important! Do not reverse-connect the
4200 relay, by switching the red positive
12V(+) wire with the ground 12V(-) wire.
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