HA - FM10 - Hawk Car Alarms
HA - FM10
ALARM MANUAL
HA - FM1
Manufacturer:
COMMERCIAL ELECTRONICS
264 HAYDONS ROAD, WIMBLEDON, LONDON SW19 8TT. UK
TEL: +44 020 8404 7105 FAX: +44 020 8404 7104
http://www.hawkcaralarm.com e-mail: info@hawkcaralarm.com
ALARM MANU
Manufactured by Commercial Electronics. Great Britain. © Commercial Electronics 2013.
Warning! Safety first
Remote Engine Start
When properly installed, this system can start the vehicle via a command signal from
the remote control transmitter.
Therefore, never operate the system in an enclosed area or partially enclosed area
without ventilation (such as a garage). It is the user’s sole responsibility to properly
handle and keep out of reach from children all remote control transmitters to assure
that the system does not unintentionally remote start the vehicle. THE USER
MUST INSTALL A CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR IN OR ABOUT THE
LIVING AREA ADJACENT TO THE VEHICLE. ALL DOORS LEADING FROM
ADJACENT LIVING AREAS TO THE ENCLOSED OR PARTIALLY ENCLOSED
VEHICLE STORAGE AREA MUST AT ALL TIMES REMAIN CLOSED. These
precautions are the sole responsibility of the user.
Use of this product in a manner contrary to its intended mode of operation may result
in property damage, personal injury, or death. (1) Never remotely start the vehicle with
the vehicle in gear, and (2) Never remotely start the vehicle with the keys in the ignition.
The user must also have the neutral Safety feature of the vehicle periodically checked,
wherein the vehicle must not remotely start while the car is in gear. If the vehicle starts
in gear, cease remote start operation immediately and consult with the authorized dealer
to fix the problem.
OPERATION OF THE REMOTE START MODULE IF THE VEHICLE STARTS IN
GEAR IS CONTRARY TO ITS INTENDED MODE OF OPERATION. OPERATING
THE REMOTE START SYSTEM UNDER THESE CONDITIONS MAY RESULT IN
PROPERTY DAMAGE OR PERSONAL INJURY. YOU MUST IMMEDIATELY CEASE
THE USE OF THE UNIT AND SEEK THE ASSISTANCE OF AN AUTHORIZED
DEALER TO REPAIR OR DISCONNECT THE INSTALLED REMOTE START
MODULE. HAWK CAR ALARM WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE OR PAY FOR
INSTALLATION OR REINSTALLATION COSTS.
Note:
Range of LCD Alarm system is based on line of sight, unobstructed testing in ideal
conditions. Actual range will vary due to local conditions including but not limited
to environment, terrain, physical obstructions, vehicle location and orientation
interference and other possible impediments.
CONTENTS
FUNCTION Icons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
BUTTON FUNCTION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
LCD FEATURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
FUNCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
1. Programming setting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
2. Arm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
3. Disarm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
4. Check car condition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
5. Car finder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
6. Anti-Hijacking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
7. SOS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
8. Warning for low voltage of car storage battery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
9. Dual Stage Shock Sensor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
10. Door alarm delay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
11. Pulse for central lock. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
12. Auto door closing when driving. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
13. Channel 1 output (break line) choosing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
14. Channel 2 output choosing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
15. Clock setting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
16. Temporary isolation of shock sensor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
17. European mute mode ON/OFF. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
18. Valet mode ON/OFF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
19. Auto arm function ON/OFF. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
20. Remote controller vibration ON/OFF (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
21. Set siren volume for LCD remote fob . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
22. SRP (Safe roadside parking ) function ON/OFF. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
23. Power disconnecting memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
24. Trigger memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
25. Trigger status identification. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
26. Engine auto start work time setting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
27. Remote engine start under automatic gear. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
28. Starter ON delay before engine start (Diesel mode). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
29. Reservation mode (Gear mode). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
30. Outer device trigger start function. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
31. Turbo function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
32. Timely auto start function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
33. Low temperature auto start function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
34. Low car storage battery level auto start function. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
35. Call from the car function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
36. Revise PIN code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
37. Remote controller learning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
38. Emergency disarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
39. Emergency set arm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
40. Attention for installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-23
41. System parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
INSTALLATION DIAGRAM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-25
CENTRAL LOCK INSTALLATION DIAGRAM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-29
Other Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Function Icons
1
BUTTON
FUNCTION
BUTTON FUNCTION
System status
Button FUNCTION
BUTTON
Function
Ignition OFF
I(
) 0.5 sec
Arm / Car finder
System
Function
Ignition status
OFF
II ( Button
) 0.5 sec
Disarm
Ignition
OFF
I
(
)
0.5
sec
Arm
/
Car
finder
Ignition OFF
II (
) 2 sec
Remote engine start
Ignition
IIII( (
) ) 0.5
sec
Disarm
Ignition OFF
ON
2 sec
SOS
Ignition
OFF
II
(
)
2
sec
Remote
engine
start
Any
III (
) 0.5 sec
Check car
condition
Ignition
II ((
) )22sec
SOS
Any ON
III
sec
Channel
2 output
Any ON
Check car
Ignition
I +IIIIII( ( + ) 0.5
) sec
0.5 sec
Revise
PINcondition
code
Any
III
(
)
2
sec
Channel
2 output
Ignition ON
II+III (
+
) 0.5 sec
Anti car-jacking
Ignition ON
ON
III+III
+III (( ++
) ) 0.5
sec
Revise PIN code
Ignition
2 sec
Programming
setting
Ignition
ON
II+III
(
+
)
0.5
sec
Any
IV ( F ) 2 sec
“Anti
F ” car-jacking
function setting
Ignition
II+IIIV( ( * +) 0.5 )sec2 sec
Programming
Any ON
LCD Back lightsetting
ON 3 sec
Any
“ F ” function
setting
Any
VIV( (* F) ) 22sec
sec
LCD
Back light
ON 60 sec
Any
V different
( * ) 0.5function
sec
LCD Back
ONI 3tosec
“ F ” function:
you can choose
in the menu,
presslight
button
ON, press
Any
V
(
*
)
2
sec
LCD
Back
light
ON 60 sec
button II to OFF.
“ F ” function: you can choose different function in the menu, press button I to ON, press
button II to OFF.
LCD FEATURES
LCD FEATURES
LCD FEATURES
Icons
Icons
/
AUTO
/
AUTO
Icon Description
Signal transmitting
Icon Description
Door locked
(Car armed)
Signal
transmitting
Door unlocked
(Car
disarmed)
Door
locked (Car
armed)
Mute unlocked
mode / Sound
mode
Door
(Car disarmed)
Auto
arm
ON
Mute mode / Sound mode
Valet arm
mode
Auto
ON
Triggered
Valet
modeby shock sensor
Bypass shock
sensor
Triggered
by shock
sensor
Remote shock
batterysensor
level
Bypass
Car battery
voltage-shortage
Remote
battery
level
Remote
vibration
Car
battery
voltage-shortage
Trunk
release
Remote vibration
TURBO
TIMER
TURBO
TIMER
─ 01 ─
─ 01 ─
2
Door opened
Trunk
release
TURBO
ON
Door opened
Auto startON
TIMER mode
TURBO
Engine
start-up
Auto
start
TIMER mode
Clock
indication
Engine start-up
Clock indication
FUNCTION
1. Programming setting
System can program functions, please follow steps below:
1. Disarm the system, then switch ON ignition;
2. Press and hold II+III 2 sec, LED
will flash once – pause – flash once , and siren
FUNCTION
sound 1 sec setting
. It means that user come to program mode and stay in the 1st
1.will
Programming
level.
Within
20 sec,functions,
you can please
press button
I, II,below:
III to confirm the function.
System
can program
follow steps
3. Follow
below
step within
20 secON
(Ifignition;
nobody presses button or somebody switch
①Disarm
the system,
then switch
OFF
ignition,
system
exit
program
mode,– LED
will stop
②Press
and hold
II+III will
2 sec,
LED
will flash setting
once – pause
flash once
, and flash):
siren will
sec . It meansswitch
that user
comewithin
to program
mode
and stay
in thewill
1st level.
sound
Press1 emergency
twice
2 sec,
program
mode
comeWithin
from201st
sec,
youto
can
press
button
I, II,will
III tosounds
confirm the
function.
level
2nd
level,
siren
twice
to confirm, LED will flash twice – pause
③Follow
below step within 20 sec (If nobody presses button or somebody switch OFF
– flash
twice.
ignition,
system
will exit program
setting
mode, within
LED will 3stop
Then press emergency
switch
3 times
secflash):
to come next point, Siren
Press emergency switch twice within 2 sec, program mode will come from 1st level to 2nd
sounds
3 times and LED flashes 3 times – pause – flash 3 times.
siren will sounds twice to confirm, LED will flash twice – pause – flash twice.
level,
If user
needs to come 11th level, please press emergency switch 11 times within
Then press emergency switch 3 times within 3 sec to come next point, Siren sounds 3
11
sec,
siren will sound 11 times, LED will flash 11 times – pause – flash 11
times and LED flashes 3 times – pause – flash 3 times.
times.
If user needs to come 11th level, please press emergency switch 11 times within 11 sec,
4.siren
Press
hold
II 2 sec,
siren
all– Fflash
function
and program setting
will and
sound
11 times,
LEDifwill
flashsounds
11 times 2– sec,
pause
11 times.
will
be default
setting
(underlined
in2part).
④Press
and hold
II 2 sec,
if siren sounds
sec, all F function and program setting will be
default setting (underlined in part).
Programming table
table
Programming
Function
level
1st
2nd
3
rd
4
th
5th
6th
7th
8th
9th
10th
11th
Description of
function
Door alarm delay
time
Pulse for central
lock
Central lock auto
Break line (CH1)
Method choosing
Enabling impulse
length for CH2
Safe roadside
parking function
Starter operation
time for auto start
Starter ON delay
before engine start
IGN2 ON/OFF at
remote start-up
Trunk/hood trigger
setting
Temperature reach
high level
Press
I,
Siren
1 chirp
Press
II,
Siren
2 chirps
Press
III,
Siren
3 chirps
5 sec
30 sec
OFF
Ver.1
Ver.2
Ver.3
Ver.1
Ver.2
Ver.1
Ver.2
Ver.1
Ver.2
Ver.1
Ver.2
Ver.1
Ver.2
Ver.3
2sec
5sec
10sec
Ver.1
Ver.2
Ver.3
Ver.1
Ver.2
Ver.1
Ver.2
─ 02 ─
3
Press
I + II,
Siren
4 chirps
Press
I + III,
Siren
5 chirps
Ver.4
Ver.5
Ver.4
Ver.5
Ver.3
Ver.3
Description of programming functions:
1st: Alarm delay time for dome-light delay: 5 sec / 30 sec / OFF
2nd: Pulse length for central lock
Version 1: 0.5 sec to close, 0.5 sec to open
Version 2: 3.5 sec to close, 3.5 sec to open
Version 3: 0.5 sec to close, two 0.5 sec pulses to open
Version 4: two 0.5 sec pulses to close, two 0.5 sec pulses to open
Version 5: 25 sec to close, 0.5 sec to open
3rd: Central lock auto function
Version 1: Ignition ON, press foot brake, central lock closes automatically;
Ignition off, central lock open automatically
Version 2: Ignition ON, press foot brake, central lock do not close ;
Ignition off, central lock do not open
4th: Break line (Channel 1) method choosing
Version 1: Break line output –250mA constant pulse when armed
Version 2: Break line output –250mA constant pulse when disarmed
5th: Enabling impulse length for Channel 2
Version 1: Channel 2 output –250mA pulse 25 sec for closing windows when armed.
Version 2: Channel 2 output –250mA pulse 0.8 sec for opening trunk when press
button III 2 sec
Version 3: Channel 2 output –250mA potential pulse 30 sec when press button III
2 sec
6th: SRP (Safe roadside parking) function
Version 1: Lights flashes 15 times when open the door
Version 2: Lights do not flash when open the door
7th: Starter operation time for auto start-up
Version 1: Three start-up time is 0.5 sec, 1 sec, 2sec
Version 2: Three start-up times is 0.8 sec, 1 sec, 2sec
Version 3: Three start-up times is 1 sec, 1sec, 1sec
Version 4: Three start-up times is 2 sec, 2 sec, 2sec
Version 5: Three start-up times is 3 sec, 3 sec, 3sec
8th: Starter ON delay before engine start: 2 sec / 5 sec / 10 sec
9th: IGN2 signal at auto start-up
Version 1: IGN2 appear 12V all the time when auto start-up
Version 2: IGN2 appear 12V before starting, 0V during start, 12V after start
Version 3: IGN2 appear 0V before starting, 0V during starting, 12V after staring
10th: Trunk/hood triggers setting
Version 1: Nothing trigger when trunk/hood is closed, “–” trigger when trunk/
hood is opened
Version 2: “–” trigger when trunk/hood is closed, nothing trigger when trunk/hood
is opened
11th: Temperature rich high level and car storage battery high level setting
Version 1: Engine automatically stops when its temperature exceeds 70°c or battery
voltage reaches 15.5V.
Version 2: Engine automatically stops when its temperature exceeds 80°c or battery
voltage reaches 15.5V.
Version 3: Engine automatically stops when its temperature exceeds 90°c or
battery voltage reaches 15.5V.
4
2.Arm
To arm your system within proper operation range, press button I shortly (while system in disarmed and Acc off position).
Siren will sound once (siren will not sound in mute mode),
lights flash once, doors lock, disable engine starter, and LED
will flash slowly.
Remote controller will sound “Bi-”, LCD screen will flash 5
times, and show “ ” .
If the security system is armed at the same time that an input
is active (such as door opened or hood / trunk opened or
shock sensor is triggered), siren will sound and lights will
flash.
3.Disarm
To disarm your system within proper operation range, press
button ll shortly.
Siren will sound twice (siren will not sound in mute mode),
lights will be on twice, doors will unlock, enable engine started. If nobody opens the door, LED will flash quickly. Before
disarming your system, if door is opened or ignition on, LED
will flash twice per second. If trunk is opened illegally, LED
will flash 3 times per second. If shock sensor is triggered, LED
will flash 4 times per second. At this time, if you switch ON
ignition, LED will stop flash.
Remote controller sounds “Bi- Bi-”, LCD screen will flash 5 times,
and will show “ ”.
If nobody opens the door and enters into the car within 30 sec, system will arm
automatically.
4. Check car condition
When you change battery for remote controller, please press button III shortly, all
data of F function setting (TIMER1 and TIMER2 except) will be sent to remote
controller within 3 sec.
If you press button III shortly again, remote controller will sound “Bi-”, LCD screen
will flash 5 times, and will show car temperature. If you press button III shortly
again, LCD screen will show car battery voltage.
1. Check car temperature
System check car temperature with a sensor, we suggest that you can install this sensor in the surface of engine. The range of temperature is –40°c to +85°c. In a variety
of conditions, the LCD screen shows the following:
5
2. Check car battery voltage
System can check car battery voltage, if voltage is 12.8V, remote
controller LCD screen shows the right picture like here.
5. Car finder
In arm status, press button I shortly, siren sound 4 times (siren
will not sound in mute mode), turning light flash at the same
time for car finder. Remote controller will sound “Bi-”, LCD screen
will flash 5 times.
6.Anti-Hijacking
While driving, press button II + III
shortly while meeting the threaten or in
urgent circumstance, siren will sound and
lights will flash sharply, system enters into
Anti-Hijacking status. 15 sec later, system
will enter into arm status unconditionally,
when car is immobilised, it will not be started again.
Press button II shortly can stop this function within 15 sec.
7. SOS
When driving, press and hold button II
2 sec in urgent circumstance, siren will
sound 30 sec continuously and lights will
flash at the same time for SOS.
Press button II shortly can stop this function.
8. Warning for low voltage of car storage battery
When car battery voltage is lower than the initialization
(11.0V), main unit will send signal to remote controller, remote
controller will warn and show “
” and the car battery voltage will remind car owner. At this time, “
” will flash continuously, and the buzzer will sound once at regular intervals to
remind car owner till the car owner press button to release warning.
If switch on ignition, system will not test voltage of car storage battery.
9. Dual Stage Shock Sensor
In arm status, if car body is hit softly, siren will sound 5 times, and lights will flash 5
times; remote controller will sound, and LCD screen will show
“ ”.
If car body is hit heavily, siren will sound 25 times and lights
will flash 25 times; remote controller will sound and LCD
screen will show “
”.
When alarm triggered, press button I can stop warn, but system
still in arm status. If users do not press any button to stop this warn, screen will
show “
” till user stop it.
6
10.Door alarm delay
System default setting door alarm delay is OFF, in this mode:
1. Press button I to set arm, if door (or trunk) do not be closed properly, siren will
sound 3 times and lights will flash 3 times (in mute status, only lights flash 3 times),
which can warn car owner to close door and set arm again. System will not warn
again otherwise door is closed and opened again.
At the same time, remote controller beep will sound“Bi-Bi-Bi”. If door do not be
closed properly, LCD screen will show “ ”. If trunk do not be closed properly,
LCD screen will show “
”. Beep will sound “Bi-” each 30 sec to remind car
owner to lock the door and trunk. When closed door and trunk properly, remote
controller will not warn again.
2. While setting arm, door (or trunk) is closed properly, 2 sec later, if you open the
door, system will alarm.
If car has interior light delay, please set alarm delay time 5 sec (or 30 sec), in this mode:
1. Press button I to set arm, if door (or trunk) do not be closed properly, system enter into arm status, system will not remind car owner to close the door and will not
warn. Otherwise, when the car owner set arm 2 sec later, close the door and open
again, 5 sec (or 30 sec) later siren will sound and lights will flash at the same time.
If boot is not be closed properly, siren will sound 3 times, and lights will flash 3
times. (In mute mode, only lights flash 3 times). At the same time, remote controller
beep will sound and screen will show “
”, Beep will sound “Bi-” each 30 sec to
warn the user to close the trunk properly.
2. While setting arm, door (or boot) is closed properly, system will arm after opening the door 5 sec (or 30 sec).
11.Pulse for central lock
System default setting is electric lock, 0.5 sec to close and 0.5 sec to open. If need,
you can set program to select pneumatic lock, 3.5 sec to close and 3.5 sec to open.
If you need two-step opening door function, you can set program to select pulse 0.5
sec to close and two pulses 0.5 sec to open.
Also, you can set other pulses for central lock with programming table.
12.Auto door closing when driving
System default setting auto door closing function is OFF, you can set program to ON.
While driving, user can press button I to lock the central lock, or press button II to
unlock, but system will not be armed or disarmed.
When switch ON ignition, you can close the door and step on foot brake, central
lock will be locked automatically for safety driving. When switch OFF ignition,
central lock will be unlocked automatically for easily getting off or getting on.
If a passenger needs get off during traffic, you can unlock the central lock, then step
on the foot brake, central lock is not locked to facilitate the passengers to get off.
When you open the door, and get off then closed the door, step on the foot brake,
lock function is automatically restored.
13.Channel 1 output (break line) choosing
System default setting is the main unit channel 1 output -250mA pulse for N.C.
engine stopper when armed. You can set program to output -250mA pulse for N.O.
engine stopper when disarmed.
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14.Channel 2 output choosing
Channel 2 output can program to 0.8 sec pulse for opening trunk, 25 sec pulse for
closing window, or 30 sec potential pulse. Factory default setting is 0.8 sec.
1. Remote open boot
Press and hold button III 2 sec, the main unit channel 2 output
-250mA pulse 0.8 sec to open the boot. Remote sound “Bi-”
and screen shows “
”.
Note:
1. Lever boot can not be opened.
2. In arm status, open the boot, system will be disarmed and door will be unlocked.
3. In arm status, if boot is opened illegally, siren will sound 25 sec, and lights will
flash at the same time, car can not be started. Remote will show “
” and will
sound “Bi-Bi-Bi-”.
2. Close window(comfort output)
Simply press button I shortly to arm your system, the main unit channel 2 output
-250mA pulse 25 sec to close window. Simply press button II will stop close window, the same time system will be disarmed.
3. Potential pulse
Press and hold button III 2 sec, the main unit channel 2 output -250mA potential
pulse 30 sec, you can press and hold button III 2 sec to stop it.
15.Clock setting
Press and hold button IV ( F )2 sec, remote controller sound “Bi-”
, clock hour figure will flash and system enter into clock hour setting status. At this time, press button I shortly, figure will add 1,
press and hold button I , figure will add 1 continuously. Press button II shortly, figure will reduce 1, press and hold button II , figure
will reduce 1 continuously. Press button III shortly to confirm.
Press button IV ( F ) shortly, remote controller sounds “Bi-”, clock
minute figure will flash, system will enter into clock minute setting
status. At this time, press button I shortly, figure will add 1, press
and hold button I , figure will add 1 continuously. Press button II
shortly, figure will reduce 1, press and hold button II , figure will reduce 1 continuously. Press button III shortly
Press and hold button IV ( F ) 2 sec, remote controller sounds “Bi-Bi-”, clock setting
exit. If user do not press and hold button IV ( F ) 2 sec to exit after setting, time
figure will flash 10 sec to exit automatically.
16.Temporary Isolation of Shock / Ultrasonic Sensors
Press and hold button IV ( F ) 2 sec, then press button IV ( F )
shortly many times, till remote controller LCD screen icon
“
” flashes.
At this time, press button I shortly, remote controller sound
“Bi-”, LCD screen shows “
ON ”, shock sensor alarm function is ON, system can receive shock sensor alarm signal.
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At this time, press button II shortly, remote controller sound
“Bi-Bi-”, LCD screen show “
OFF ”, shock sensor alarm
function is OFF, system can not receive shock sensor alarm
signal.
Hint:
If you do not need shock sensor, it is possible to temporarily disconnect the sensor
when leaving children or pets in the car. You can set it to off this function.
Note:
When re-power the remote and control the main unit, this function will be recovered to default setting. It means system has shock sensor alarm function.
17. European mute mode ON/OFF
Press and hold button IV ( F ) 2 sec, then press button IV ( F )
shortly many times, till remote controller LCD screen icon
“
” flashes.
At this time, press button I shortly, remote controller sound
“Bi-”, LCD screen shows “
ON ”, Europe mute function is
ON.
At this time, press button II shortly, remote controller sound
“Bi-Bi-”, LCD screen shows “
OFF ”, Europe function is
OFF, siren will sound.
Set European mute mode ON, press button I shortly to set arm,
lights flash once but siren will not sound, and you can press
button I shortly again within 5 sec to check system status,
lights flash once and siren will sound.
In this mode, siren will not sound (except: car is stolen or in
Anti-Hijacking mode, siren will sound unconditionally).
18.Valet mode ON/OFF
Press and hold button IV ( F ) 2 sec, then press button IV ( F )
shortly many times, till remote controller LCD screen icon
“
” flashes.
At this time, press button I shortly, remote controller sounds
“Bi-”, LCD screen shows “
ON ”, valet mode is ON, all
functions will be stop except open and close central lock.
At this time, press button II shortly, remote controller sounds
“Bi-Bi-”, LCD screen shows “
OFF ”, valet mode is OFF,
all function can be used.
Note:
When re-power the remote and control the main unit, this
function will be recovered to default setting, and all function
can be used.
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19.Auto arm function ON/OFF
Press and hold button IV ( F ) 2 sec, then press button IV ( F
) shortly many times, till remote controller LCD screen icon “
AUTO ” flashes.
At this time, press button I shortly, remote controller sounds
“Bi-”, LCD screen shows
“ AUTO ON ”, auto arm function is ON.
At this time, press button II shortly, remote controller sounds
“Bi-Bi-”, LCD screen shows “ AUTO OFF ”, auto arm function
is OFF.
Set auto arm function ON, stop engine, get off the car, close
the door properly, if user do not set arm, 10 sec later, siren will
sound 3 times and turning light flash 3 times, system activate
break line but doesn’t enter into arm status 30 sec later, and
central lock will not be locked.
At the same time, remote controller received the signal, if the
door is not locked, beep will sound. Then, LCD screen will
show “
”.
20.Remote controller vibration ON/OFF (optional)
Press and hold button IV ( F ) 2 sec, then press button IV ( F )
shortly many times, till remote controller LCD screen icon
“
” flashes.
At this time, press button I shortly, remote controller sounds
“Bi-”, LCD screen shows “
ON ”, remote controller vibration
function is ON.
At this time, press button II shortly, remote controller sounds
“Bi-Bi-”, LCD screen shows “
OFF ”, remote controller
vibration function is OFF.
21.Set siren volume for LCD remote fob
You can set siren volume.
Press and hold button IV ( F ) 2 sec, then press button IV ( F ) shortly many times,
till the remote screen icon “
” flashes.
At this time, press button I shortly or press button II shortly select the volume from
1st level to 8th level, remote screen shows:
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22.SRP (Safe roadside parking) function ON/OFF
System default setting SRP function is OFF, you can set it to ON.
If you park the car roadside and open the door, lights will flash 15 times to warn.
23.Power disconnecting memory
When re-powered, system will keep the original status before power off.
24.Trigger memory
When disarm, if car is triggered (shock or opening doors), siren will sound 4 times
and lights will flash 4 times. Otherwise, siren will sound twice and lights will flash
twice (in mute status, siren will not sound).
25.Trigger status identification
If the alarm system is triggered under the state of arm, there will be two ways of
warning: one is hitting (such as the car door and windows by hit or external impact,
etc.), the siren will sound intermittently (in the state of mute only the lights flash,
the siren does not sound); the other is trigger (such as the car door is opened or the
engine is started), the siren will sound continuously.
26. Engine auto start work time setting
System default setting, auto start function is OFF. You can set
engine work 10 min or 20 min or 30 min.
Press and hold button IV ( F ) 2 sec, then press button IV ( F )
shortly many times, till the remote screen icon “
” flashes.
At this time, press button I shortly or press button II shortly
to select the time OFF, 10 min, or 20min, or 30 min, remote
screen shows:
Then press button III shortly to confirm.
If user sets start function OFF, when remote controller enters into F function, LCD
screen will not show low temperature auto start, low car storage battery level auto
start and Timely auto remote engine start.
27.Remote engine start under Automatic Gear
In engine off status, press and hold button II 2 sec, if engine
is started, lights will flash slowly, and remote controller LCD
screen will show “
”.
At this time, engine work 10 min continuously (user can set to
20 min or 30 min). If engine stop running within this 10 min,
system will auto start once again.
During this time, if press and hold button II 2 sec or pull down the hand-brake or
press the foot-brake, engine will be stopped.
If press button II shortly, user can open the door to get on the car. After opening the
door, user must turn the key to ON position within 60 sec, otherwise engine will be
stopped. If you press and hold button II 2 sec or pull down the hand-brake or press
the foot-brake in this time, engine also will be stopped.
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If press button II shortly, open the door and close it again, the system is still under
reservation mode and can be auto started (including remote engine start and timely
engine start) again.
Before using auto start, please check the car style. For manual gearshift car must be
set reservation mode first. There is a wire ring outside the main unit to set car style.
If your car is auto gearshift car, please cut this wire. If your car is manual gearshift
car, please keep this wire.
If car door (or trunk) is opened, hand-brake is pull down or reservation mode is
not successful, please press and hold button II, siren will sound 4 times and car can
not be started. At this time, remote controller LCD screen will show “
FAL ” .
And “
FAL ” icon will stay on the LCD screen before user press any button.
If auto start is failed, while press button III shortly to check the car condition,
remote controller LCD screen will show “
FAL ”.
The main unit channel 3 output -250mA pulse to bypass immobilizer while engine
running.
Hint:
1. The start-up time are 3 times, 0.5 sec, 1 sec and 2 sec (can be set to other time).
If it failed, please check ACC wires, ignition wires, start wires and engine start-up
testing line.
2. After starting, if the car is started again, please check engine start-up testing line
connection.
3. If you need to open the IGN2 when car is started, please use program.
4. During 5sec (or 30sec) alarm delay time, you can not use remote to start.
28.Starter ON delay before engine start (Diesel Mode)
This system is suitable for the car which need to warming-up before starting (such
as diesel car).
Start-up delay time default setting is 2 sec, you can program to 5 sec or 10 sec.
29.Reservation mode (Gear Mode)
For manual gearshift car, user must set reservation mode first. There are two methods to set reservation mode for system.
1. Auto reservation
Please follow steps below:
1. When stop the car, push the gearlever to neutral position before engine cut off stop.
2. Pull up hand- brake.
3. Pull out the key, engine remain running 3 min more.
4. Open the door and get off within this 3 min and then close the door, engine
is still running. During this time user can open and close doors many times. If
set arm, engine will stop automatically, reservation mode is set successfully. If
TURBO mode is ON, Engine will stop in time 1 min or 2 min or 3 min (depend
on F function settings for the Turbo delay). Auto start function can be used before next driving.
2. Manual reservation
Please follow steps below:
1. When park the car, push the gearlever to neutral position before engine off.
2. Pull up hand- brake.
3. Press and hold button I 2 sec, siren will sound once and lights will flash once,
main unit output ACC/IGN1/IGN2 signal. At this time, please pull out the ignition key, engine remain running 3 min.
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4. Open the door and get off within this 3 min and close the door, engine is still
running. During this time user can open and close doors many times. If you set
arm, engine will stop automatically, reservation mode is set successfully.
Situation of failure to set reservation mode:
1. If 3 min passed, engine will stop automatically, setting fails.
2. When pull out the ignition key, but hand-brake is pull down, setting fails.
Method for disable or cancel the reservation mode:
1. If you do not need auto start or must stop the car in stall (such as parking the car
on a slope), after pull out the ignition key, please hold button II 2 sec to stop the
engine running and do not set reservation mode.
2. After setting reservation mode successfully and engine do not working, if user
open the door, reservation mode will be cancelled.
3. If door is opened or ignited illegally, reservation mode will be cancelled.
30.Outer device trigger start function
If the main unit receives outer trigger signal for engine start, system will be entered
into automatic start function. If engine is started, lights will flash slowly, and remote
LCD screen will show “
”. At this time, engine work 10 min continuously (user
can program 20 min or 30 min).
If car door is opened, or reservation mode is not successful, car can not be started.
This feature is easy to install an outer module for auto start.
31.Turbo function
This feature is available for turbo charged vehicles that can
keep the engine running automatically for 1 min (can set to
2 min or 3 min) when engine stop the car by ignition key. In
idle status, the turbo-charged system temperature decreases
gradually to avoid high temperature, it can effectively extend
the life of the engine.
Press and hold button IV ( F ) 2 sec, then press button IV ( F ) shortly many times,
till the remote screen icon “ TURBO ” flashes.
At this time, press button I shortly or press button II shortly to select the time from
OFF, 1 min, 2 min to 3min, remote screen shows:
Then press button III shortly to confirm.
Set turbo function to ON, when engine running 2 min later, pull up the hand-brake,
switch OFF ignition, the system automatically maintain the engine running for 1
min (or 2 min or 3 min). During this time, user can set arming or set disarming
many times, engine will not be stopped, if user press and hold button II 2 sec or
pull down the hand-brake, engine will be stopped.
For manual gearshift car, when set reservation mode, follow set arm and set mode
successfully, but the engine remains running, which is TURBO function working.
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32.Timely auto start function
You can set two timely auto start time. Press and hold button IV ( F ) 2 sec, then
press button IV ( F ) shortly many times, till the remote screen icon “ TIMER 1 ”
or “ TIMER 2 ” flashes. Default setting timely auto start function is OFF, remote
screen will show “ TIMER OFF ”.
At this time, press button I shortly, it can set the auto start time, figure will increase
with step 10 min, press and hold button I, figure will add 10 continuously. Press
button II shortly, figure will decrease with step 10 min, press and hold button II,
figure will reduce 10 continuously.
If you need to set 23:00 to TIMER 1 auto start, You can press and hold button IV
( F ) 2 sec, then press button IV ( F ) shortly many times, till the remote screen icon
“ TIMER 1 ”, remote screen will show “ TIMER OFF ” , then press button I shortly
or press button II shortly, till remote screen shows “ 23:00 ”. Then press button III
shortly to confirm, remote screen will show “ 23:00 ”. If you need cancel TIMER1,
you can press button III shortly again to cancel, remote screen will show “ TIMER
OFF ”.
TIMER 1 valid only once, but TIMER 2 valid day by day.
33.Low temperature auto start function
Press and hold button IV ( F ) 2 sec, then press button IV ( F )
shortly many times, till the remote screen icon “ °c
” flashes.
At this time, press button I shortly or press button II shortly to
select the time from OFF, 5°c, 0°c, –5°c, –10°c, –15°c to –20°c,
remote screen shows:
If you select the temperature –10°c, press button III shortly to confirm, then press
and hold button IV ( F ) 2 sec, remote will sound “Bi-Bi-”, it means that temperature setting is successful and exit.
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When the engine temperature below –10°c, 10 sec later engine will auto start. At
this time, engine will work 10 min continuously (user can set it to 20 min or 30
min). At this time, if temperature below –10°c, engine will auto start again.
If the temperature below 20°c after engine start twice continuously, system will cancel low temperature auto start function in this anti-theft cycle. Disarmed and armed
again, this function will be available.
If low temperature start is not successful, system will auto start 2 min later. If the
second start is still not successful, system will cancel low temperature auto start
function in this anti-theft cycle. Disarmed and armed again, this function will be
available.
Default setting low temperature auto start function is OFF, but always valid after
setting ON. If you don’t need this function, please set OFF.
34.Low car storage battery level auto start function
Press and hold button IV ( F ) 2 sec, then press button
IV ( F ) shortly many times, till the remote screen icon
“
” flashes.
At this time, press button I shortly, remote sounds “Bi-”, screen
shows “
ON ”, low car storage battery level auto start
function is ON. When car battery voltage is lower than the
initialization (11.5V), engine will auto start 10 sec later.
At this time, press button II shortly, remote controller will
sound “Bi-”, screen will show “
OFF ”, low car storage
battery level auto start function is OFF.
35.Call from the car function
Press button on antenna, LED will blinks and turning light flash 3 times. At this
time, remote controller will receive CALL signal from car, buzzer will sound 25 sec
and LCD screen will show “
” icon.
36.Revise PIN code
In disarm status,
1. Switch ON ignition,
2. Press button I + III, siren sound once, LED will be glowing continuously.
3. Enter into the first old PIN code (press “Emergency switch” M times, M is the
first PIN code number).
4. Switch OFF ignition, 0.5 sec later and within 2 sec, switch ON ignition.
5. Enter into the second old PIN code (press “Emergency switch” N times, N is the
second PIN code number).
6. Switch OFF ignition, 0.5 sec later and within 2 sec, switch ON ignition, if siren
sounds 3 times, PIN code will be wrong, please repeat above procedure; if siren
sounds once, PIN code will be right, please follow below procedure:
7. Enter into the first new PIN code (press “Emergency switch” X times, X is the
first new PIN code number).
8. Switch OFF ignition, 0.5 sec later and within 2 sec, switch ON ignition.
9. Enter into the second new PIN code (press “Emergency switch” Y times, Y is
the second new PIN code number).
10. Switch OFF ignition, 0.5 sec later and within 2 sec, switch ON ignition.
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11. Please repeat 7. ~ 10. procedure, enter into new PIN code again, if siren sounds
twice, new PIN code will be correct and saved; if siren sounds 3 times, system will
exit revising PIN code status, new PIN code is invalid.
Note:
1. During entering into PIN code, if user do not press “Emergency switch” within
10 sec, system will exit entering into PIN code.
2. Effective number is 1 to 9, if Pin code is wrong when entering into PIN code,
siren will sound 3 times.
3. Default setting Pin code is 11, user can revise it anytime.
4. In revising PIN code status, press I + II + III shortly, PIN code will recover to
default setting.
37.Remote controller learning
In disarm status, close the door, following below steps:
1. Switch ON ignition, if you hold the “Emergency switch”, the siren will sound
twice, turning light will flash twice.
2. Press any button of the remote controller, the turning light will flash once, the
remote controller learn successful. Learning another remote controller with same
method.
3. After leaning code, release the “Emergency switch”, then the new remote controller is already available but the old ones is cancelled accordingly.
Note:
Each main box can match at most 2 remote controllers. When learning the new
remote controller, the old remote controller can not be used.
38.Emergency disarm
When remote controllers lost or damaged, and you can not use remote to release
arm, Please use PIN code to release arm (enter into effective PIN code, default setting is “11”) as following:
1. Open the door.
2. Switch ON ignition.
3. Enter into the first PIN code (press “Emergency switch” M times, M is the first
PIN code number).
4. Switch OFF ignition and then switch ON.
5. Enter into the second PIN code(press “Emergency switch” switch N times, N is
the second PIN code number).
6. Switch OFF ignition and then switch ON.
39.Emergency set arm function
If remote is damaged, user can set arm by hand. In disarm status:
1. Turn the ignition switch from OFF to ON position, repeat 3 times and stop ON
position, siren will sound once, LED will be glowing continuously.
1. Press “Emergency switch” 8 times within 10 sec.
2. Switch OFF ignition. If setting is right, siren will sound once, and turning light
will flash once; otherwise LED will stop flash.
3. Get off the car and close the door, system enters into arm status but door will not
be locked; if do not close the door, system will arm automatically after 30 sec later.
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warning light after they lose power. Disconnecting the battery requires this code to
be erased, a procedure that can require a trip to the dealer.
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warning light after they lose power. Disconnecting the battery requires this code to
be erased, a procedure that can require a trip to the dealer.
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to the rear.
1/2itinch
1/2 inch
•
It
needs
at
least
clearance
to
the
rear.
Remove
before
drilling
your
hole.
• It is easiest to use a small removable panel, such as a switch blank or a dash bezel.
It is easiest
to use adrilling
small removable
panel,hole.
such as a switch blank or a dash bezel.
• Remove
it before
your 1/2 inch
Remove it before drilling your 1/2 inch hole.
for the Hawkguard
shock sensor
LocationsLocations
for the Hawkguard
shock sensor
Locations for the Hawkguard shock sensor
Some
to remember
where
to mountthe
the shock
shock sensor:
Some things
to things
remember
aboutabout
where
to mount
sensor:
• Never put the shock sensor in the engine compartment!
• Never put• the
shock sensor in the engine compartment!
Find a spot close to the control module so that the wires to not need to be extended.
• Find a spotKeep
close
to the
control
module
that
the
wires
to not
need
to beleaks.
extended.
it away
from
thewhere
heater
core
(orso
any
other
heat
sources)
and any
obvious
Some things to remember
about
to mount
the
shock
sensor:
Keep it away from the heater core (or any other heat sources) and any obvious leaks.
How the shock sensor is mounted is the most important factor in its performance. We
• Never put
the shock sensor in the engine compartment!
recommend 2 methods:
How
the ashock
sensor
is mounted
is the so
most
in its
performance.
• Find
spot close
to the
control module
thatimportant
the wires tofactor
not need
to be
extended.
We recommend
2
methods:
Using
double-sided
tape
or
hook-and-loop
fastener
to
mount
to
a
trim
panel
or an
air
•
Keep it away from the heater core (or any other heat sources) and any obvious
leaks.
duct, or
• sensor
Wire-tying
to
a wire
• Using
double-sided
tape
or harness.
hook-and-loop
fastenerfactor
to mount
a trim panel or
How
the shock
is mounted
is the most important
in itstoperformance.
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air4 duct,2 or
recommend
methods:
• Wire-tying to a wire harness.
4
• Using double-sided tape or hook-and-loop fastener to mount to a trim panel or an air
duct, or
18
• Wire-tying to a wire harness.
Locations
the
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for
theHawkguard
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for thefor
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for
the
ultra
sonic
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leftand
andright
right side
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to obtain
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the
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rightside
side
high
as possible
so to obtain
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cells should
be placed
theleft
left and
and right
as as
high
as possible
so to obtain
the
best
performance.
best
performance.
the best
performance.
best
performance.
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adjustmentfor
forthe
theUltrasonic
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sensor may
may let
let to
to a false alarm. To
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prevent the
the
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degree. An
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over
the false
alarm,
make
sure
the
sensibility
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sensor
is
in
an
appropriate
false
alarm,
make
sure
the
sensibility
of
ultrasonic
sensor
is
in
an
appropriate
degree.
An degree.
over
adjustment
is
usually
the
main
reason
to
cause
false
alarm.
adjustment is usually the main reason to cause false alarm.
is usually
the main
cause false
alarm.false alarm.
An overadjustment
adjustment
is usually
thereason
maintoreason
to cause
Locationsfor
forthe
theimmobiliser
immobiliser relay
relay
Locations
Locations
the immobiliser
Locations
for thefor
immobiliser
relay relay
N/O COIL
N/O COIL
N/O COIL
COMMON
COMMON
COMMON
COIL N/C
COIL N/C
COIL N/C
Immobiliserrelay
relayororitsitsconnections
connections areimmediately
immediately visible upon
upon removal of
the
underIf If
Immobiliser
of the
theunderunderIf Immobiliser
relay or its connectionsare
are immediatelyvisible
visible upon removal
removal of
dash panel,relay
they can
easily
be bypassed.are
Always
make the relay
andupon
its connections
difficult
If Immobiliser
or
its
connections
immediately
visible
removaldifficult
of the undash
panel,
they
can
easily
bebebypassed.
Always
make
the
relay
and
its
connections
difficult
panel,
they
can
easily
bypassed.
Always
make
the
relay
anddo
its not
connections
todash
discern
from
the
factory
wiring!
Exposed
yellow
buttmake
connectors
lookits
likeconnections
factory
derdash
panel,
they
can
easily
be
bypassed.
Always
the
relay
and
to discern
from
the
factory
wiring!
Exposed
yellow
butt
connectors
do
not
look
like
factory
to discern
fromnot
thefool
factory
wiring!
yellow
buttthe
connectors
do not
lookwires
like away
factory
parts,
and will
anyone!
For Exposed
this reason,
routing
immobiliser
relay
difficult
toand
discern
from
the
factory
wiring!
Exposed
yellow
butt connectors
not look
parts,
will
not
fool
anyone!
For
routing
relay wires
wiresdo
away
parts,
and
will
not
fool
anyone!
Forthis
thisreason,
reason,
routingthe
the immobiliser
immobiliser
relay
away
from
the
steering
column
is recommended.
from
theparts,
steering
column
is isrecommended.
from
the
steering
column
recommended.
like factory
and
will not
fool
anyone! For this reason, routing the immobiliser relay
wires away from the steering column is recommended.
Finding
the
wires
you
Findingthe
thewires
wiresyou
you need
need
Finding
Finding
the wires
you needneed
Now that you have decided where each component will be located, you’re going to find the
Now that you have decided where each component will be located, you’re going to find the
that
have
decided
wheresystem
each
willwill
be to:
located,
you’reyou’re
going to
find the
wires
in you
the
car
that
the security
will
be connected
NowNow
that
you
have
decided
where
eachcomponent
component
be located,
going
to find
wires
in the
car
that
the
securitysystem
systemwill
willbe
beconnected
connected to:
to:
wires
in
the
car
that
the
security
the wires in the car that the security system will be connected to:
IMPORTANT! Do not use a 12v test light to find these wires! Use a digital multi-meter for
IMPORTANT!DoDo
not
12vtest
lighttotofind
findthese
these wires!
wires! Use
Use a
for
IMPORTANT!
not
use
a a12v
light
digital
multi-meter
for for
IMPORTANT!
use
ause
12v
testtest
light
to find
these
wires!
Useaadigital
digitalmulti-meter
multi-meter
all testing. Do not
all testing.
all
testing.
all testing.
Obtaining
constant
12
volts
Obtaining
constant
12volts
volts
Obtaining
constant
12
Obtaining
Constant
12 volts
We
of the
the battery,
battery, or
or
Werecommend
recommendtwo
twopossible
possiblesources
sources for
for 12v
12v constant:
constant: the
the (+)
(+) terminal
terminal of
the
constant
supply
totothe
switch.
Always
install
fuse
within
12
inches
of this
thisor
We
recommend
twopossible
possible
sources
for
constant:
theaa(+)
of inches
the
the
constanttwo
supply
theignition
ignition
switch.
Always
install
fuseterminal
within
12
of
We recommend
sources
for12v
obtaining
constant
12 volts:
thebattery,
(+)
terminal of
IfIfthe
fuse
will
be
powering
other
circuits,
such
as
door
locks,
a power
power
theconnection.
constant supply
to
thealso
ignition
switch.
Always
install
a fuse
within
12locks,
inches
of this
connection.
the
fuse
also
will
be
powering
other
circuits,
such
as
door
a
the battery,
or
the
constant
supply
to
the
ignition
switch.
Always
install
a
fuse
within 12
window
headlight
control
system
fuse
accordingly.
connection.
If the fuse
also will
be powering
other
such as door locks, a power
windowmodule,
module,
headlight
control
system etc,
etc,
fusecircuits,
accordingly.
inches
of
this
connection.
If
the
fuse
also
will
be
powering
other
circuits,
such
as door
window module, headlight control system etc, fuse accordingly.
locks, a power window module, headlight control system etc, fuse accordingly.
55
5
19
Finding
the 12v switched
Finding The
12v switched
Ignition ignition
wire wire
The ignition wire is powered when the key is in the run or start position. This is because the
The ignition
wirewire
is powered
key(spark
is in the
run
orasstart
This is because
ignition
powers the when
ignitionthe
system
plugs,
coil)
well position.
as the fuel delivery
the ignition
powers
the ignition
system
(spark
plugs,
welltheaskey
theisfuel
(fuelwire
pump,
fuel injection
computer).
Accessory
wires
lose coil)
poweras
when
in thedelivery
start
position
make current
available to
the starter motor.
(fuel pump,
fuel toinjection
computer).
Accessory
wires lose power when the key is in the
start position to make current available to the starter motor.
How to find (+) 12v ignition with your multi-meter:
How to find1.(+)
12v ignition with your multi-meter:
Set to DCV or DC voltage (12v or 20v is fine).
2. Attach the (-) probe of the meter to chassis ground.
1.Set to DCV
or DC
voltage
(12v or
fine).
3. Probe
the wire
you suspect
of 20v
beingisthe
ignition wire. The steering column harness or
2.Attach theignition
(-) probe
of harness
the meter
chassis
ground.
switch
is an to
excellent
place
to find this wire.
3.Probe the
wirethe
youignition
suspect
being
ignition
wire.
Themeter
steering
columngoharness
4. Turn
keyof
switch
to the
the run
position.
if your
reads (+)12v,
to the or
ignition switch
harness
is an excellent
place
next step.
If it doesn’t,
probe another
wire.to find this wire.
4.Turn the5.ignition
switch
theposition.
run position.
your meter
(+)12v,
Now turnkey
the key
to thetostart
the meterifdisplay
should reads
stay steady,
not go to the
more probe
than a few
tenths of
a volt. If it drops close to or all the way to zero, go
next step. dropping
If it doesn’t,
another
wire.
to Step
it staysposition.
steady at (+)
you display
have found
an ignition
5.Now turn back
the key
to 3.
theIf start
the12v,
meter
should
stay wire.
steady, not
dropping more than a few tenths of a volt. If it drops close to or all the way to zero, go
back to Step 3. If it stays steady at (+) 12v, you have found an ignition wire.
How to find starter wires 12 volts
ONLY
inthe
crank
position
How to find
starter
wires
12 volts
Finding
12v switched
wire
ONLY inignition
crank position
Testing a starter wire is very simple. Start by locating the suspected wire in the vehicle.
Next, take your meter’s black lead and connect it to ground. Next, connect the red lead to
The ignition wire is powered when the key is in the run or start position. This is because the
wire you
is the
starter wire. Crank
the vehicle.
The meter should
ONLY
Testing a the
starter
wirebelieve
is very
locating
wire
theshow
vehicle.
ignition
wire
powers
thesimple.
ignition Start
systemby
(spark
plugs,the
coil)suspected
as well as the
fuelin
delivery
when
the keyblack
is in the crank
position.
There
should
be 0 volts
in all
other positions.
Next, take12v
your
meter’s
and
connect
it to
ground.
Next,
connect
(fuel
pump,
fuel injectionlead
computer).
Accessory
wires
lose power
when
the keythe
is inred
the lead
start to
Starter wires are used in Remote Car Starter Installations.
the wire you
believe
is the
starter
wire.toCrank
themotor.
vehicle. The meter should ONLY show
position
to make
current
available
the starter
the above testing guidelines, you can test any wire. When testing an accessory like a
12v whenUsing
the key
is in the crank position. There should be 0 volts in all other positions.
horn or interior light in the vehicle, simply activate the accessory with your meter leads in
How
to
find
(+)in
12v
ignition
with
your multi-meter:
Starter wires
are
used
Remote
Installations.
place to get the
meter
reading.Car
TheStarter
meter
should
only read power and ground on accessory
Using theitems
above
testing
guidelines,
you can test any wire. When testing an accessory like a
when
they
are
activated.
1. Set to DCV or DC voltage (12v or 20v is fine).
horn or interior
light in the vehicle, simply activate the accessory with your meter leads in
2. Attach the (-) probe of the meter to chassis ground.
place to get the
meter
reading. The meter should only read power and ground on acces3. Probe the wire you suspect of being the ignition wire. The steering column harness or
sory items when
they
are
ignition switchactivated.
harness is an excellent place to find this wire.
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4. Turn the ignition key switch to the run position. if your meter reads (+)12v, go to the
next step. If it doesn’t, probe another wire.
5. Now turn the key to the start position. the meter display should stay steady, not
dropping more than a few tenths of a volt. If it drops close to or all the way to zero, go
back to Step 3. If it stays steady at (+) 12v, you have found an ignition wire.
How to find starter wires 12 volts
20
ONLY in crank position
Finding
pin switch
Finding the
doorthe
pindoor
switch
circuitcircuit
The best places to find the door switch wire are:
The best places to find the door switch wire are:
• At the pin switch: when testing the pin switch, check wire to ensure that it ‘sees’ all the
Often,
the passenger
switch
cover all
the doors
if the driver’s
• At the pindoors.
switch:
when
testing the
pinwill
switch,
check
wireeven
to ensure
that itswitch
‘sees’ all
will not.
the doors. Often, the passenger switch will cover all the doors even if the driver’s
• At the interior light: this may not be your best choice if the vehicle has delayed interior
switch willlight
not.supervision, but it will work in many Hondas, or any vehicle with completely
• At the interior
light: this
may not be your best choice if the vehicle has delayed
diode-isolated
pin switches.
interior light
but it will
work
in many
Hondas,
any vehicle
with
• Oncesupervision,
you have determined
the wire
colour,
the easiest
place toor
connect
to the wire
is
completelyoften
diode-isolated
pinatswitches.
at the kick panel,
the windscreen pillar, or in the running board. When an easy
is not available,
wire to the
itselftois connect
often the best
solution.
• Once you location
have determined
therunning
wire acolour,
theinterior
easiestlight
place
to the
wire
is often at the kick panel, at the windscreen pillar, or in the running board. When
How
to find aisdoor
switch trigger
wirea with
an easy
location
not pin
available,
running
wiremulti-meter:
to the interior light itself is often the
best solution.
1. Set to DCV or DC voltage (12v or 20v is fine).
2. In most Fords, fasten the (-) probe of the meter to chassis ground. In most other cars,
How to find a door
switch
trigger
wiretowith
multi-meter:
fasten pin
the (+)
probe of
your meter
(+) 12v
constant.
3. Probe the wire you suspect of being the door trigger wire. If the meter reads (+) 12v
any door
is opened,
you20v
haveisfound
1. Set to DCVwhen
or DC
voltage
(12v or
fine).a trigger wire.
2. In most Fords, fasten the (-) probe of the meter to chassis ground. In most other
cars,
fasten the (+) probe of your meter to (+) 12v constant.
your ofwiring
3. Probe theMaking
wire you suspect
being theconnections
door trigger wire. If the meter reads (+) 12v
when any door is opened, you have found a trigger wire.
There are two acceptable ways of making a wire connection – solder connections and crimp
connectors. When properly performed, either type of connection is reliable and trouble-free.
Regardless of whether you solder your connections or you use mechanical-type crimp on
connections are mechanically sound and that they are insulated.
Cheap electrical tape, especially when poorly applied, is not a reliable insulator. It often falls
off in hot weather. Use good quality electrical tape or heat shrink.
• Never twist-and-tape the wires together without soldering.
There are two acceptable ways of making a wire connection – solder connections and
• Never use ‘fuse taps’ as the can damage fuse box terminals.
Making your wiring connections
crimp connectors. When properly performed, either type of connection is reliable and
trouble-free. Regardless of whether you solder your connections or you use mechanicaltype crimp on connections are mechanically sound and that they are insulated.
Cheap electrical tape, especially when poorly applied, is not a reliable insulator. It often
falls off in hot weather. Use good quality electrical tape or heat shrink.
• Never twist-and-tape the wires together without soldering.
• Never use ‘fuse taps’ as the can damage fuse box terminals.
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40. Attention for installation
H1: 6 PIN Remote start-up power socket
PIN1: Black and yellow wire – Starter switch-on wire (+12V).
It is connected to ignition lock wire where +12V appears in the “Starter” key position. This signal means engine start-up.
PIN2: Blue wire – IGN 1 wire, output signal +12V.
It is connected to ignition lock wire where +12V appears in the “Ignition ON” key
position and does not disappear in the “Starter” position.
PIN3: Orange wire – An output signal +12V ACC – auxiliary equipment.
It is connected to ignition lock wire where +12V appears in the “ACC” and “Ignition ON” key position.
PIN4: Thick red wire – Remote start-up circuit power supply wire (+12V)
It is connected to ignition battery “+” terminal via 30A fuse.
PIN5: Thin red wire – System power supply wire (+12V)
It is connected to ignition battery “+” terminal via 3A fuse.
PIN6: Blue and red wire – IGN 2 wire, output signal +12V.
It is connected to ignition lock wire where +12V appears in the “Ignition ON” key
position and disappears in the “Starter” position.
H2: 6 PIN central lock connection socket
System has in-built power relays for central lock control. Wiring for connection of
central lock is made in a separate six-pin socket. Please refer to central lock Installation diagram.
PIN1: White wire – Central contact for central lock closing relay
PIN2: Yellow wire – Normally open contact for central lock closing relay
PIN3: Orange wire – Normally closed contact for central lock closing relay
PIN4: Orange and black wire – Normally closed contact for central lock opening relay
PIN5: Yellow and black wire – Normally open contact for central lock opening relay
PIN6: White and black wire – Central contact for central lock opening relay
H3: 8 PIN main socket 1
PIN1: No connection
PIN2: Black wire – System “–”, connect to ground (Ensure reliable contact)
PIN3: Yellow and red wire – Immobiliser bypass output (–250mA), main unit
output –250mA pulse while engine running.
PIN4: Green wire – Siren output (3A).
PIN5: Purple wire – Channel 2 output, wire for trunk release(–250mA, 0.8 sec, default setting) or windows closer(–250mA, 25 sec) or potential pulse(–250mA, 30 sec).
This function can be program setting.
PIN6: Thick brown wire – Parking light output wire (7.5A)
PIN7: Yellow wire – Engine-immobiliser control wire (–250mA output after arming system or –250mA output after disarming system with program setting), connected to engine-immobiliser relay. Please refer to installation diagram 1 page 24.
PIN8: Thick brown wire – Parking light output wire(7.5A)
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H4: 8 PIN main socket 2
PIN1: Brown/white wire – Negative hand-brake trigger input
PIN2: Brown/black wire – Positive foot-brake trigger input
PIN3: Gray wire – Negative trunk trigger input
PIN4: White wire – Negative door trigger input
PIN5: White/Red wire – Positive door trigger input
PIN6: Blue/black wire – Control input to start engine from outside device, the
negative pulse time is not less than 100ms.
PIN7: Blue/red wire – Engine start testing wire 1, input for engine high-voltage,
signal to be effective more than 1V. Please refer to installation diagram 2.
PIN8: Blue/white wire – Engine start testing wire 2 input for oil pressure sensor,
signal to be effective more than 6V. Please refer to installation diagram 2.
Note:
Depending on your need to install testing wire 1 or testing wire 2.
H5: Selection manual or automatic gearshift car
Selection of manual or automatic gearshift car is done using wire loop (refer to
installation diagram 2 page 25):
Keep wire loop: Manual gearshift car
Cut wire loop: Automatic gearshift car
ATTENTION:
For manual gearshift car, please do not cut the wire loop outside the main unit.
41. System parameters
1. Main unit
Working voltage: DC12V±3V
Average working current in static status: ≤20 mA
ACC output current: 25A
IGN1 output current: 25A
IGN2 output current: 25A
START output current: 25A
Turning light output current: 7.5A
Central lock output current: 15A
Siren output current: 3A
Trunk output current: –250mA
Window roll up output current: –250mA
Working frequency: 433.92MHz
2. Remote controller
Working voltage: DC1.5V
Average working current in static status: ≤1mA
Working frequency: 433.92MHz
3. Shock sensor
Working voltage: DC12V±3V
Average working current in static status: ≤2mA
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INSTALLATION DIAGRAM 1
24
INSTALLATION DIAGRAM 2
25
CENTRAL LOCK TECHNICAL DIAGRAM
Central locking technical diagrams
Diagram C
Diagram A
Single point locking
Negative locking
PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE
THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE
APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE
PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE
THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE
APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE
INTERNAL ALARM
RELAYS
YELLOW
WHITE
ORANGE
POSITIVE
(+12v)
INTERNAL ALARM
RELAYS
PULSE TO
LOCK
YELLOW
DON’T
USE
WHITE
ORANGE
YELLOW / BLACK
WHITE / BLACK
PULSE TO
UNLOCK
ORANGE / BLACK
YELLOW / BLACK
BLUE
WHITE / BLACK
GREEN
ORANGE / BLACK
DON’T
USE
GROUND
SLAVE DOOR
ACTIVATOR
GROUND
Diagram D
Diagram B
Vacuum locking
Positive locking
PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE
THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE
APPROPRIATE 3 SECOND LOCKING/
UNLOCKING PULSE
PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE
THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE
APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE
POSITIVE
(+12v)
POSITIVE
(+12v)
DOOR LOCK
SWITCH
INTERNAL ALARM
RELAYS
INTERNAL ALARM
RELAYS
YELLOW
YELLOW
WHITE
WHITE
ORANGE
PULSE TO
LOCK
ORANGE
DON’T
USE
YELLOW / BLACK
WHITE / BLACK
YELLOW / BLACK
WHITE / BLACK
ORANGE / BLACK
ORANGE / BLACK
PULSE TO
UNLOCK
DON’T
USE
GROUND
VACUUM
PUMP
13
26
CENTRAL LOCK TECHNICAL DIAGRAM
Central locking technical diagrams
Diagram G
Diagram E
Positive locking with comfort closing
VW Golf vehicles only
Actuator interrupt (negative at rest)
PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE
THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE
APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE
PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE
THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE
APPROPRIATE LOCKING AND COMFORT
CLOSING PULSE
VEHICLE
CENTRAL
LOCKING
RELAY
POSITIVE
(+12v)
INTERNAL ALARM
RELAYS
VEHICLE
CENTRAL
LOCKING
RELAY
POSITIVE
(+12v)
ORANGE
WHITE
YELLOW
INTERNAL ALARM
RELAYS
LOCK
PULSE TO
LOCK
YELLOW
ORANGE / BLACK
WHITE
WHITE / BLACK
ORANGE
YELLOW / BLACK
DON’T
USE
YELLOW / BLACK
UNLOCK
PULSE TO
UNLOCK
WHITE / BLACK
ORANGE / BLACK
NOTE: NORMALLY ONLY THE
DRIVER’S DOOR ACTUATOR
NEEDS TO BE INTERRUPTED
IN THIS WAY.
NO MORE THAN 2 ACTUATORS
MUST BE CONNECTED IN THIS
WAY WITHOUT USING
ADDITIONAL 30 AMP RELAYS!
VEHICLE
ACTIVATOR
DRIVER’S
SIDE
DOOR
VEHICLE
ACTIVATOR
Diagram H
Diagram F
Single wire - negative to unlock, interrupted to lock
Negative locking with comfort closing
Vauxhall vehicles only
PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE
THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE
APPROPRIATE LOCKING AND COMFORT
CLOSING PULSES
PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE
THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE
APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE
VEHICLE
CENTRAL
LOCKING
RELAY
COMFORT
CLOSING
INTERNAL ALARM
RELAYS
YELLOW
COMFORT CLOSING
CONNECTION
YELLOW
WHITE
ORANGE
INTERNAL ALARM
RELAYS
DON’T
USE
YELLOW / BLACK
WHITE / BLACK
ORANGE / BLACK
ORANGE
A
DON’T
USE
WHITE
DIODE IN 4002
C
WHITE / BLACK
LOCKING
CONNECTION
YELLOW / BLACK
ORANGE / BLACK
UNLOCKING
CONNECTION
DON’T
USE
DON’T
USE
GROUND
GROUND
VEHICLE
CENTRAL
LOCKING
RELAY
VEHICLE
ACTIVATOR
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VEHICLE
ACTIVATOR
CENTRAL LOCK TECHNICAL DIAGRAM
Central locking technical diagrams
Diagram I
Diagram M
Single wire - negative to lock, interrupted to unlock
Central locking control resistive positive
(type CHRYSLER STRATUS)
INTERNAL
CENTRAL
LOCKING
SWITCH
PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE
THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE
APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE
PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE
THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE
APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE
INTERNAL ALARM
RELAYS
POSITIVE
(+12v)
VEHICLE
CENTRAL
LOCKING
RELAY
INTERNAL ALARM
RELAYS
YELLOW
WHITE
ORANGE
YELLOW
ORANGE
YELLOW
/ BLACK
RESISTANCE
TO LOCK
WHITE
DON’T
USE
YELLOW / BLACK
DON’T
USE
WHITE / BLACK
DON’T
USE
RESISTANCE
TO UNLOCK
ORANGE / BLACK
WHITE / BLACK
DON’T
USE
ORANGE / BLACK
VEHICLE
CENTRAL
LOCKING
RELAY
VEHICLE
ACTIVATOR
GROUND
Diagram N
Diagram L
Central locking control resistive negative lock only
(type MERCEDES)
Central locking control resistive negative
(type CHRYSLER VOYAGER)
INTERNAL
CENTRAL
LOCKING
SWITCH
PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE
THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE
APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE
INTERNAL
CENTRAL
LOCKING
SWITCH
PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE
THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE
APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE
INTERNAL ALARM
RELAYS
INTERNAL ALARM
RELAYS
YELLOW
WHITE
ORANGE
YELLOW
RESISTANCE
TO LOCK
ORANGE
DON’T
USE
YELLOW / BLACK
WHITE / BLACK
DON’T
USE
YELLOW / BLACK
RESISTANCE
TO UNLOCK
WHITE / BLACK
ORANGE / BLACK
ORANGE / BLACK
DON’T
USE
GROUND
RESISTANCE
TO LOCK
WHITE
DON’T
USE
VEHICLE
CENTRAL
LOCKING
RELAY
GROUND
VEHICLE
CENTRAL
LOCKING
RELAY
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CENTRAL LOCK TECHNICAL DIAGRAM
Central locking technical diagrams
Diagram Q
Diagram O
Central locking control actuator switch interrupt
(negative at rest) (type Honda)
Central locking control resistive
negative unlock only
PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE
THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE
APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE
INTERNAL
CENTRAL
LOCKING
SWITCH
PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE
THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE
APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE
VEHICLE
CENTRAL
LOCKING
RELAY
INTERNAL ALARM
RELAYS
INTERNAL ALARM
RELAYS
ORANGE
YELLOW
WHITE
WHITE
ORANGE
YELLOW
DON’T
USE
YELLOW / BLACK
WHITE / BLACK
UNLOCK WIRE
ORANGE / BLACK
RESISTANCE
TO UNLOCK
LOCK WIRE
WHITE / BLACK
DOOR
ACTUATOR
SWITCH
YELLOW / BLACK
ORANGE / BLACK
DON’T
USE
GROUND
VEHICLE
CENTRAL
LOCKING
RELAY
GROUND
Diagram R
Central locking control negative unlock input switched interrupt to lock
PRIOR TO MAKING THE CONNECTION ENSURE
THE ALARM IS PROGRAMMED FOR THE
APPROPRIATE LOCKING PULSE
VEHICLE
CENTRAL
LOCKING
RELAY
INTERNAL ALARM
RELAYS
ORANGE
WHITE
YELLOW
UNLOCK WIRE
ORANGE / BLACK
WHITE / BLACK
DON’T
USE
UNLOCK WIRE
YELLOW / BLACK
GROUND
VEHICLE
CENTRAL
LOCKING
ACTUATOR
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29
Bonnet
and
protection
DOOR PROTECTION
BonnetBONNET
and door
doorAND
protection
Bonnet and door protection
Optional diode and
Optional
diode
and
Optional
diode
and and
bonnet
pin
switch
Optional
diode
bonnet
pin
switch
bonnet
pin
switch
bonnet
pin
switch
not included
not
not included
not included
included
BLUE WIRE (–) INPUT FROM ALARM
BLUE
BLUE WIRE
WIRE (–)
(–) INPUT
INPUT FROM
FROM ALARM
ALARM
BLUE WIRE (–) INPUT FROM ALARM
1N4007
1N4007
1N4007
1N4007
1N4007
1N4007
1N4007
1N4007
DRIVER’S PIN SWITCH
BONNET PIN SWITCH
DRIVER’S PIN SWITCH
DRIVER’S
DRIVER’S PIN
PIN SWITCH
SWITCH
Interior light supervision relays
BONNET PIN SWITCH
BONNET
BONNET PIN
PIN SWITCH
SWITCH
Interior
light
supervision
relays
INTERIOR
LIGHT SUPERVISION
RELAYS
For
negative
interior
light
For positive interior
light
Interior
light
supervision
relays
For negative interior light
For
For negative
negative interior
interior light
light+12v CONSTANT
For positive interior light
For
For positive
positive interior
interior light
light+12v CONSTANT
+12v CONSTANT
+12v CONSTANT
RED / BLACK +12v
WIRE CONSTANT
+12v
INPUT FROM ALARM
(-) CONSTANT
REDCONSTANT
/ BLACK WIRE
+12v
+12vFROM
CONSTANT
INPUT
ALARM (-)
(-) 0v NEGATIVE CONSTANT
RED / BLACK WIRE
RED
// BLACK
WIRE
INPUT
FROM
ALARM
(-)
RED
BLACK
WIRE
INPUT
ALARM
INPUT FROM
FROM
ALARM (-)
(-)
(-)
TO INTERIOR LIGHT (WIRE THAT’S NEGATIVE
RED / BLACK WIRE
RED
// BLACK
WIRE
INPUT
FROM
ALARM
(-)
RED
BLACK
WIRE
INPUT
INPUT FROM
FROM ALARM
ALARM (-)
(-)
TO INTERIOR LIGHT (WIRE THAT’S POSITIVE (+) WHEN DOOR IS OPENED)
WHEN DOOR IS OPENED)
(-) 0v NEGATIVE CONSTANT
(-)
(-) 0v
0v NEGATIVE
NEGATIVE CONSTANT
CONSTANT
Boot release configurations
TO INTERIOR LIGHT (WIRE THAT’S POSITIVE (+) WHEN DOOR IS OPENED)
TO INTERIOR LIGHT (WIRE THAT’S POSITIVE (+) WHEN DOOR IS OPENED)
TO INTERIOR LIGHT (WIRE THAT’S POSITIVE (+) WHEN DOOR IS OPENED)
TO INTERIOR LIGHT (WIRE THAT’S NEGATIVE (-) WHEN DOOR IS OPENED)
TO INTERIOR LIGHT (WIRE THAT’S NEGATIVE (-) WHEN DOOR IS OPENED)
TO INTERIOR LIGHT (WIRE THAT’S NEGATIVE (-) WHEN DOOR IS OPENED)
Optional extra
BOOTconfigurations
RELEASE CONFIGURATIONS
Boot
Boot release
release
configurations
PINK WIRE
Optional extra
Optional
Optional extra
extra
PINK WIRE
PINK WIRE
PINK WIRE
(-) INPUT FROM ALARM
PINK WIRE
(-) INPUT FROM ALARM
(-) CONSTANT GROUND
+12v CONSTANT
+12v CONSTANT
TO BOOT RELEASE SWITCH
OR SOLENOID (+)
TO BOOT RELEASE SWITCH
OR SOLENOID (-)
(-) INPUT FROM ALARM
(-)
(-) INPUT
INPUT FROM
FROM ALARM
ALARM
PINK WIRE
PINK WIRE
PINK WIRE
This configuration is used when the vehicle’s boot release
switch operates with a 12 volt signal to the boot solenoid.
Always fuse the 12 volt supply to the relay.
+12v CONSTANT
+12v
+12v CONSTANT
CONSTANT
TO BOOT RELEASE SWITCH
OR SOLENOID
(+)
TO BOOT RELEASE
SWITCH
TO BOOT RELEASE SWITCH
OR SOLENOID (+)
OR SOLENOID (+)
PINK WIRE
(-) INPUT FROM ALARM
(-)
(-) INPUT
INPUT FROM
FROM ALARM
ALARM
(-) vehicle’s
CONSTANT
GROUND
This configuration is used when the
boot release
(-)
CONSTANT
GROUND
switch operates with a high current
output. The
(-)ground
CONSTANT
GROUND
ground output from your unit may not be sufficient to
+12v
CONSTANT
trigger the switch and a relay must be added and wired in
+12v
CONSTANT
+12v
this manner. Always fuse the 12 volt TO
supply
to theCONSTANT
relay.
BOOT RELEASE SWITCH
(-) INPUT FROM ALARM
OR SOLENOID
(-)
TO BOOT RELEASE
SWITCH
TO BOOT RELEASE SWITCH
OR SOLENOID (-)
OR SOLENOID (-)
This configuration is used when the vehicle’s boot release
This configuration is used when the vehicle’s boot release
This
is
when
the
boot
release
This
configuration
is
when
vehicle’s
boot
switch
operates with
12 volt
signal
to the boot
solenoid.
This configuration
configuration
is aused
used
when
the vehicle’s
vehicle’s
boot
release
This
configuration
is
when
the the
output
switch
operates
with
aused
high
current
ground
output.
The
This
configuration
isused
used
when
the
vehicle’s
boot release
release
switch
aa 12
volt
the
switch
with
a release
high
current
ground
output. The
from operates
the
vehicle’s
boot
switch
rests
at sufficient
Always
fuse thewith
12 volt
to theto
switch operates
operates
with
12supply
volt signal
signal
torelay.
the boot
boot solenoid.
solenoid.
ground
output
from
your
unit
may not
be
to
+12v CONSTANTswitch operates with a high current ground output. The
ground
and
a
12
volt
pulse
cannot
be
applied
Always
fuse
the
12
volt
supply
to
the
relay.
ground
output
from
your
unit
may
not
be
sufficient
to
Always fuse the 12 volt supply to the relay.
trigger
switch
and
a relay
be added
and wired
ground the
output
from
your
unit must
may not
be sufficient
to in
directly
toswitch
the wire.
Always
fusemust
the 12be
volt
trigger
the
and
a
relay
added
and
wired
this
manner.
Always
the 12
voltbesupply
thewired
relay.in
trigger
the
a relay
must
added to
and
in
supply
to switch
the
relay.andfuse
this
manner.
Always
fuse
the
12
volt
supply
to
the
relay.
this manner. Always fuse the 12 volt supply to the relay.
TO BOOT RELEASE
MOTOR SIDE
TO BOOT RELEASE
SWITCH SIDE
PINK WIRE
PINK WIRE
PINK WIRE
(-) INPUT FROM ALARM
(-)
(-) INPUT
INPUT FROM
FROM ALARM
ALARM
+12v CONSTANT
+12v
+12v CONSTANT
CONSTANT
TO BOOT RELEASE
MOTOR
SIDE
TO BOOT
RELEASE
TO BOOT RELEASE
MOTOR SIDE
MOTOR SIDE
TO BOOT RELEASE
SWITCH
SIDE
TO BOOT
RELEASE
TO BOOT RELEASE
SWITCH SIDE
SWITCH SIDE
30
This configuration is used when the output
This
is
when
the
from
the vehicle’s boot
release
rests at
This configuration
configuration
is used
used
whenswitch
the output
output
from
vehicle’s
boot
release
switch
rests
ground
a 12 volt
pulse
cannot
be applied
from the
theand
vehicle’s
boot
release
switch
rests at
at
ground
aa 12
volt
pulse
be
applied
directly
to the
wire.
fuse the
volt
ground and
and
12
voltAlways
pulse cannot
cannot
be12
applied
directly
the
wire.
supply
directlytoto
tothe
therelay.
wire. Always
Always fuse
fuse the
the 12
12 volt
volt
supply
supply to
to the
the relay.
relay.
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17
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17
Notes
31
Consumer Warranty
Commercial Electronics (“HAWK®”) promises to the original purchaser to repair or replace
with a comparable reconditioned model any HAWK unit (hereafter the “unit”), excluding
without limitation the siren, the remote transmitters, the associated sensors and accessories,
which proves to be defective in workmanship or material under reasonable use during one year
from date of purchase, provided the following conditions are met: the unit was professionally
installed and serviced by an authorised HAWK dealer; the unit will be professionally reinstalled
in the vehicle in which it was originally installed by an authorised HAWK dealer; and the unit is
returned to HAWK, shipping prepaid with a legible copy of the bill of sale or other dated proof of
purchase bearing the following information: consumer’s name, telephone number and address;
the authorised dealer’s name, telephone number and address; complete product description,
including accessories; the year, make and model of the vehicle; vehicle license number and vehicle
identification number. All components other than the unit, including without limitation the siren,
the remote transmitters and the associated sensors and accessories, carry a one-year warranty
from the date of purchase of the same. This warranty is non-transferable altered, the unit has been
modified or used in a manner contrary to its intended purpose; the unit has been damaged by
accident, unreasonable use, neglect, improper service, installation or other causes not arising out
of defects in materials or construction. The warranty does not cover damage to the unit caused by
installation or removal of the unit. HAWK, in its sole discretion, will determine what constitutes
excessive damage and may refuse the return of any unit with excessive damage.
TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, ALL WARRANTIES, INCLUDING
BUT NOT LIMITED TO EXPRESS WARRANTY, IMPLIED WARRANTY, WARRANTY
OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND WARRANTY OF
NON-INFRINGEMENT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, ARE EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED;
AND HAWK NEITHER ASSUMES NOR AUTHORISES ANY PERSON OR ENTITY TO
ASSUME FOR IT ANY DUTY, OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH ITS
PRODUCTS. HAWK DISCLAIMS AND HAS ABSOLUTELY NO LIABILITY FOR ANY AND
ALL ACTS OF THIRD PARTIES INCLUDING ITS AUTHORISED DEALERS OR INSTALLERS.
HAWK SECURITY SYSTEMS, INCLUDING THIS UNIT, ARE DETERRENTS AGAINST
POSSIBLE THEFT. HAWK IS NOT OFFERING A GUARANTEE OR INSURANCE AGAINST
VANDALISM, DAMAGE OR THEFT OF THE AUTOMOBILE, ITS PARTS OR CONTENTS;
AND HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY LIABILITY WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING
WITHOUT LIMITATION, LIABILITY FOR THEFT, DAMAGE AND/OR VANDALISM. THIS
WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER LABOUR COSTS FOR MAINTENANCE, REMOVAL
OR REINSTALLATION OF THE UNIT OR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF
ANY KIND. IN THE EVENT OF A CLAIM OR A DISPUTE INVOLVING HAWK OR ITS
SUBSIDIARY, THE PROPER VENUE SHALL BE ENGLAND & WALES . THE MAXIMUM
RECOVERY UNDER ANY CLAIM AGAINST HAWK SHALL BE STRICTLY LIMITED
TO THE AUTHORISED HAWK DEALER’S PURCHASE PRICE OF THE UNIT. HAWK
SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCIDENTAL DAMAGES,
DAMAGES FOR THE LOSS OF TIME, LOSS OF EARNINGS, COMMERCIAL LOSS, LOSS OF
ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY AND THE LIKE. NOTWITHSTANDING THE ABOVE, THE
MANUFACTURER DOES OFFER A LIMITED ONE YEAR WARRANTY TO REPLACE OR
REPAIR THE CONTROL MODULE AS DESCRIBED ABOVE.
Manufactured by Commercial Electronics. Great Britain. © Commercial Electronics 2013.
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