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WORLD CLASS SECURITY
FALCON PREDATOR EVO4
Vehicle Security System with Remote Starter
Owner’s Manual
Table of Contents:
A) Introduction ............................................................................................................ 2
A-1) Features ............................................................................................................. 2
A-2) Key Function Table ............................................................................................... 2
B) System Features ...................................................................................................... 2
B-1) Remote Transmitter Code Learning ........................................................................ 2
B-2) Remote Arm ........................................................................................................ 3
B-3) Remote Disarm.................................................................................................... 3
B-4) Enhanced System Alerts ....................................................................................... 3
B-5) Panic Mode.......................................................................................................... 3
B-6) Boot Release ....................................................................................................... 3
B-7) Car Finder ........................................................................................................... 4
B-8) Mute Arm Mode ................................................................................................... 4
B-9) Remote Valet Mode .............................................................................................. 4
B-10) Emergency Override Mode................................................................................... 4
B-11) Shock Sensor Bypass.......................................................................................... 5
B-12) Boot Release/Channel 3/Total Closure Output ........................................................ 5
B-13) Remote Engine Start for Automatic Transmissions .................................................. 5
B-14) Reservation Mode (Remote Engine Start for Manual Transmissions Only) .................. 5
B-15) LED Status Indicate ............................................................................................ 6
C) Optional Programming Features .............................................................................. 6
C-2) Last Door Arming ................................................................................................. 6
C-3) Passive Lock........................................................................................................ 6
C-4) Ignition lock ........................................................................................................ 6
C-10) Auto Re-Arming ................................................................................................. 6
C-11) Anti-Hijacking Mode............................................................................................ 6
C-17) 24-Hour Engine Start Mode ................................................................................. 6
D) Visual Deterrent ...................................................................................................... 7
HELPLINE: 0906 700 10 20
(All calls charged at 50p/min)
Falcon Security Ltd. Unit 9 Tanning Court, Warrington, Cheshire, WA1 2HF, UK
Internet: http://www.falcon-security.com
Email: [email protected]
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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 you with the highest level of security and convenience for
your vehicle.
The Falcon Predator EVO4 has many functions you can choose from to customise your needs.
Please read this owner manual carefully before you operate the Falcon Predator EVO4 system.
A-1) Features
01> Code Hopping and Code Learning
Remote System
02> Supports up to 4 remote transmitters
Programmable
03> Remote Engine Start
04> Remote Arm/Disarm
05> Mute Arm/Disarm
06> Immobiliser
07> Remote Boot Release
08> Passive or Active Lock Programmable
09> Auto Re-arm
10> Lock/Unlock on driving
11> Silent Car Finder
12> Defective Zone Alert and By-pass
13> Keyless Entry While Ignition is on
14> Remote Panic
15> Remote Anti-Hijack
16> Emergency System Override
17> Remote Valet Mode
18> Last Door Arming
19> Siren Chirp programmable for 30 or 60
seconds
20> Built-In Central Locking Control
21> Central Lock Active Time selectable 0.5
or 3.5 seconds
22> Plug-In Dual Stage Shock Sensor
23> Shock Sensor By-pass
24> Intrusion Indication by chirp when
disarmed
25> Ignition Auto Lock/Unlock
26> Siren or Horn selectable
27> Interior Light Delay Time programmable
28> 24hr Engine start
A-2) Key Function Table
Button
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Button
Button
Button
Button
Button
Button
Button
Button
Button
(1) once
(1) over 2 sec.
(2) once
(2) over 2 sec.
(3) once
(3) over 3 sec.
(1)+(2) then Button (1)
(1)+(2) then Button (1) +(2)
(1)+(3)
Ignition Off
Ignition On
Arm / Disarm
Panic
Boot Release
Aux (Channel 3) Output
Car Finder
Remote Start On/Off
Mute Mode
Lock/ Unlock
Panic
Boot Release
Aux (Channel 3) Output
Anti-Hijacking
24-Hour Engine Start Mode
Valet Mode
24-Hour Engine Start Mode
B) System Features
B-1) Remote Transmitter Code Learning
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 chirp 2 times 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 twice 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.
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B-2) Remote Arm
To arm the system, after exiting the vehicle and closing all doors, press button (1) once. The
siren will chirp once and the hazard lights flash once. The doors will be locked and immobiliser
will be on and armed. Now the system is ready to respond if intrusion attempts are detected.
If the doors or boot are opened, or the first stage shock senor is triggered, the siren will chirp
three times and the hazard lights flash three times at the same time. The violated zones will
be by-passed and the system enters into the arm mode.
B-3) Remote Disarm
To disarm the system, simply press button (1) once while the system is armed.
The siren will chirp twice and the hazard lights flash twice at the same time.
If the alarm has been trigged while the system was armed, the siren will chirp 4 times and the
parking lights flash 4 times to warn you.
B-4) Enhanced System Alerts
To protect your vehicle, the system will emit a different alert depending on why the alarm was
activated.
a> Pre-warn sensor (first-stage sensor) triggered: Light impact will activate the pre-warn
sensor.
b> Shock sensor (second-stage sensor) triggered: Heavy impact will activate the second-stage
sensor. The hazard lights will flash and siren sound for one cycle (30 or 60 seconds based on
the programmed default).
c> Ignition on: Siren will sound until the ignition is off.
d> Door opened and then closed: The hazard lights will flash and siren sound for one cycle (30
or 60 seconds).
e> Door opened and not closed: Siren will sound for three cycles (siren will stop for 5 seconds
and sound again for next cycle). Door sensors will be bypassed until they are closed.
f> Bonnet opened and then closed: The hazard lights will flash and siren sound for one cycle
(30 or 60 seconds).
g> Bonnet opened and not closed: Siren will sound for three cycles (siren will stop for 5
seconds and sound again for next cycle). Bonnet switch will be bypassed until it is closed.
h> Alarm triggered: Press button (1), siren will chirp once, doors lock and the system is still
armed. Press button (1) once again, siren will chirp four times, doors unlock, immobilizer will
turn off and LED off or flashes rapidly.
B-5) Panic Mode
Use this mode when you are in a situation where you need to warn away intruders.
a> With the alarm disarmed, press button (1) for 2 seconds.
The doors will be locked, immobiliser will turn on, hazard lights will flash and siren sound. The
system will be armed after the siren stops.
b> With the alarm armed, press button (1) for 2 seconds.
The hazard lights will flash and the siren will sound. The system will remain armed.
c> With the ignition on, press button (1) for 2 seconds.
The hazard lights will flash and the siren sound. After the ignition is turned off, the immobiliser
will be on and armed.
B-6) Boot Release (optional feature)
Press and hold button (2) for 2 seconds with the system either armed or disarmed and the boot
will be released.
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B-7) Car Finder
a> Press button (3) once while the system is armed or disarmed, the hazard lights will flash for
30 seconds.
b> Press either button (1), (2) or (3) while the system is in this mode. Siren will chirp once and
the hazard lights flash once. The system will be armed if it was disarmed before.
B-8) Mute Arm Mode
With the alarm disarmed, Press button (1) and (2) simultaneously, the hazard lights will flash
once, then press button (1) once again within a second.
To protect your vehicle, the system will emit a different alert depending on why the alarm was
activated.
a> Warn away sensor triggered: siren will chirp three times
b> Second-Stage Shock Sensor triggered: The hazard lights will flash, but siren will not sound.
The lights will be off after flashing one cycle and the system will remain in the mute arm mode.
c> Ignition Trigger (when ignition is on): The hazard lights will flash and siren sound.
and siren will not stop flashing and sounding until the ignition is turned off.
Lights
d> Door opened and then closed: The hazard lights will flash and siren sound for one
siren-sounding cycle and the system will remain in the mute arm mode.
e> Door opened and not closed: The hazard lights and siren will be on for three cycles, and
door sensors will be bypassed until doors are closed properly, the system will remain in the
mute arm mode.
f> Bonnet opened and closed: The hazard lights will flash but the siren will not sound. Lights
will stop flashing after one siren-sounding cycle and the system will remain in the mute arm
mode.
g> Bonnet opened and not closed: The hazard lights will flash for the three cycles, siren will not
sound, and bonnet switch will be bypassed until it is closed properly, the system will remain in
the mute arm mode.
h> When the alarm is triggered, press button (1) once, lights will stop flashing. Press button
(1) once again, the siren will chirp 4 times, lights flash 4 times, doors unlock, immobiliser turn
off, LED off or flashes rapidly, and the system will leave mute arm mode.
B-9) Remote Valet Mode
This mode is a convenient feature to use when you hand the remote transmitter to third person
for valet parking or vehicle service.
With the system disarmed, switch the ignition on and press button (1) and (2) once
simultaneously, the lights will flash once.
Then press button (1) and (2) once again
simultaneously within 2 seconds, the siren will chirp once and the system will enter valet mode.
In this mode, drivers can control only door lock/unlock.
To exit the remote valet mode, switch the ignition on and press button (1) and (2) once
simultaneously, lights will flash once.
Then press button (1) and (2) once again
simultaneously within 2 seconds, the siren will chirp twice and then the system will leave valet
mode.
B-10) Emergency Override Mode
In the event of an emergency such as losing the remote control transmitters, you can override
the full security system.
a> Open the door with your car key and the alarm will be triggered.
b> Switch the ignition on/off 4 times.
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B-11) Shock Sensor Bypass
Press button (1) once while the system is disarmed and then press button (1) again within 2
seconds.
B-12) Boot Release/Channel 3 Output/Total Closure Output (optional feature)
Channel 3 output is often used to operate a boot release or can be configured to operate Total
Closure.
B-13) Remote Engine Start for Automatic Transmissions
Press button (3) for over 3 seconds to remote start. If the remote start fails more than twice,
please check up the following:
a> The remote start will be activated only under the arm mode.
b> Bonnet Open
c> Boot Open
d> Door Open
e> Foot brake pushed down
f> Hand brake off
* The engine will shut off in the following cases to protect your vehicle after the remote start.
a> Bonnet Open
b> Door Open
c> Boot Open
d> Foot brake pushed down
e> Hand brake released
* After remote engine start has been used, please follow the following steps to enter the
vehicle.
a> Disarm/unlock first.
b> Insert the car key into the ignition then switch it to <On>, not Start.
The engine will shut down if you apply the foot or hand brakes before inserting the car key into
the ignition and switching <On>.
B-14) Reservation Mode (Remote Engine Start for Manual Transmissions Only)
For manual transmission cars reservation mode is used for safety reasons. Ensure that Car Type
is set to Manual (please refer to # 11 in Programming Option Table)
1) Follow the below procedure to set up the reservation mode.
a> After arriving at the destination, leave the ignition on and shift the gear to the neutral
position.
b> Pull up the hand brake.
c> Remove the key from the ignition. The engine will keep running.
d> Exit the vehicle and close the door after Step c.
reservation mode is set up.
The engine will shut down and the
Reservation mode must be set up as above every time before exiting manual
transmission cars in order to activate the remote start.
Important:
2) Important requirements to activate the reservation mode:
a> The transmission gear must be placed in the neutral position.
b> The hand brake must be pulled up.
c> Do not set the reservation mode when people are in vehicles.
d> Do not activate the remote engine start when people are in vehicles
e> The remote engine start will only be activated when the system is armed.
3) Cancel the Reservation Mode
The reservation mode will be cancelled if any of the following cases happen.
a> The parking brake is released when the engine is running.
b> Button (3) is pressed for 3 seconds between Step 3 and 4 during setting of the reservation
mode.
c> The valet mode is applied after completing the reservation mode.
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d> Doors opened after completing the reservation mode without remote engine start.
B-15) LED Status Indicator
Slow Flash
Fast Flash
Steady Light
No Light
:
:
:
:
Arm/Alarm/Panic/Anti-Hijacking
Auto Re-Arm
Last Door Arming
Disarm
C) Optional Features
The Predator EVO4 has additional features for different types of vehicles and your customised
needs. These options can be programmed by your installer.
C-2) Last Door Arming
If Last Door Arming is enabled, when the doors are closed the LED starts to flash rapidly. Then
siren will chirp once, the hazard lights flash once, Immobiliser turns on and the system is armed
automatically 30 seconds after the doors closed. If Passive Locking enabled, the doors will be
locked.
C-3) Passive Locking
If Passive Locking is enabled: Upon the doors being closed, the LED starts to flash rapidly. The
siren will chirp once, the hazard lights flash once, immobiliser turns on and doors are locked
automatically 30 seconds after the last door is closed.
C-4) Ignition lock
If Ignition locking is enabled: The doors will be automatically locked 15 seconds after the
ignition is turned on. The doors will be not locked if opened within 15 seconds of the ignition
being turned on. The doors will be unlocked immediately upon the ignition being turned off.
* When the ignition is on, press button (1) to lock or unlock the doors.
C-5) Auto Re-Arming
If Auto Re-Arming is enabled, the system will be automatically armed 30 seconds after the
system is disarmed.
C-6) Anti-Hijacking Mode
To activate Anti-Hijacking Mode: Press button (3) once when the engine is on. LED starts to
flash rapidly for 15 seconds, then the parking lights start to flash and siren chirp for one cycle,
but will continue to sound and flash unless the ignition key is turned off. The doors will be
locked, immobiliser turned on and the alarm system armed. Press button (1) once to quit
Anti-Hijacking mode.
C-7) 24-Hour Engine Start Mode
This feature is convenient to use in the cold winter season.
a> Press button (1) and (3) once at the same time to activate 24-Hour Engine Start Mode, then
siren will chirp once and the hazard lights flash once to confirm.
Depending on the programmed value, the engine will automatically start every 3 or 6 hours in
each 24-hour period.
b> Press button (1) and (3) once again at the same time to deactivate this mode. The siren will
chirp twice and the hazard lights flash twice to confirm.
There are 3 situations that the 24-hour engine start mode will be cancelled as follows:
a> When remote engine start is used.
b> Doors are opened.
c> The system is triggered.
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D) Visual Deterrent
As a visible deterrent in addition to the flashing dashboard LED your vehicle should have been
fitted with the following warning stickers. A helpline sticker should also have been fitted to your
front windscreen.
SIDE
WAR NING
STI CKER
HE LPLINE
NUMBE R
STI CKE R
01925 650118
REAR
WARNIN G
STICKE R
SIDE
WAR NING
STI CKER
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