WIRING INSTRUCTIONS REF. DIAGRAM No. 1

WIRING INSTRUCTIONS REF. DIAGRAM No. 1
WIRING INSTRUCTIONS REF. DIAGRAM No. 1.
5002/3 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
CABLE
The Gemini 5002 and 5003 are remote controlled alarm units with built-in central
door locking adapters, ultrasonic and total closure facility for selected vehicles.
The 5002 and 5003 are complete with cryptographic coded transmitters complete
with Gemini Card which has an alphanumeric code printed on it to enable you to get
a replacement at any time. The units offer panic facility. The system also includes
passive arming and provides outlets for supplementary sirens and the vehicle hazard
lights circuit. There is also the optional audible signalling for arming and disarming.
(The 5003 incorporates its own internal battery).
COLOURS
FUNCTION OF
THE
CONNECTION
If
1
RED
Positive
feed
•
•
•
The passenger compartment via pin switches and voltage drop sensing (can be
isolated).
Boot and bonnet by pin switches.
Radio cassette and other accessories by "Accessory Loop" (can be isolated)
The engine immobilisation is obtained by the interruption of starter crank wire at
the back of the ignition switch.
2
BROWN
•
•
•
The control of additional sirens and negatively controlled horns.
Can be connected to microwave, vibration and anti-lifting sensors.
Can be connected to window closures and sunroof closures providing this
operation DOES work off the drivers door key.
The sensors can be isolated through the transmitter via R.S.D. function.
A.C.R. Function (Automatic Current Reduction). For activation periods of 48
hours or more the unit will automatically switch off flashings LED and additional
modules. This will save on current drain from the battery. If any attempted breakin occurs the alarm will trigger instantly.
STATUS L.E.D. If the unit has been triggered, on disarming the system the LED
will fash in a certain sequence to indicate which circuit has been violated.
sensing is activated the
light circuit in the main fuse box. If the
voltage sensing is de-activated the RED
wire can be connected to the main feed in
the fuse box or directly to the battery
positive terminal. The positive supply is
protected by a 5 Amp fuse as supplied.
Negative alarm Connect the BROWN wire to a stable body
earth using an existing body earth point or
feed
battery negative terminal.
The RED-WHITE wire must be connected
3
REDWHITE
The alarms also have the following abilities:
•
•
•
the voltage
alarm RED wire must be connected to the interior
The alarms offer the following protections:
•
CONNECTIONS TO CARRY OUT
4
Hazard
Power
Feed
Circuit to the main fuse feed or directly to the
YELLOW Ignition Live
battery positive terminal, using the 10 Amp.
fuse as supplied.
Connect the YELLOW wire to an ignition
positive feed. This wire MUST remain "live"
whilst starting the engine.
(It is most
important to connect this wire as it will
prevent the alarm from being operated with
the ignition "on" or the engine running).
Locate the left and right hand-side
indicator wires. Connect one ORANGE
wire on to each wire.
5
ORANGE Hazard Lights
6
GREY
and
WHITE
Engine
immobilisation
7
GREEN
Boot
vehicle, use the switches supplied in the kit.
Bonnet/Tailgate The connections for the pin switches are
made onto the GREEN wire, suitably
Pin Switches
PRE-INSTALLATION CHECKS
Disconnect terminals of the battery and only reconnect after the installation is
complete, giving consideration to the vehicle characteristics. Set the alarm switches
as required in Table C1. The compact unit must be mounted under the bonnet, away
from areas of intense heat and direct water spray. It must be installed using supplied
bracket. The harness installation is illustrated in the diagram.
This function is obtained by locating the
engine starter crank wire at the rear of the
ignition key switch.
(refer to:
Vehicle
Workshop Manual). Cut this wire and
connect one side to the GREY wire and the
other side to the WHITE wire. Remember to
connect the alarm YELLOW wire (see point
4).
If there are no original pin switches in the
mounted to avoid water channel and areas
of direct water spray.
Ref.: Diagram No. 3
For cars already equipped with electro-pneumatic central locking with an actuator
in the driver's door (i.e. Mercedes, Audi).
Ref.: Diagram No. 4
For cars already equipped with electrical central locking with an actuator in the
driver's door and where the central locking is controlled only through an existing
switch installed inside the passenger's compartment.
Ref.: Diagram No. 5
For cars already equipped with central locking without an actuator in the driver's
door a Gemini 2305 must be used, (i.e. Nissan).
Ref.: Diagram No. 6
For cars already equipped with central locking with a micro switch and not an
actuator in the driver's door, (i.e. Volkswagen, Saab) remove the existing micro
switch and fit a Gemini 2306 in its place.
Connect the GREEN-BROWN wire on to
8
9
GREENBROWN
Door
Switches
BLACK
Supplementary
Siren
10 PINK
11 BROWN-
BLACK
12 BLACK
Pin the courtesy light pin switch circuit. (If
you connect on the door pin switches, it
may be necessary to connect all the pin
switches together).
Connect the supplementary sirens RED wire
to the battery positive terminal. Connect
the
alarm's
BLACK wire
to
the
supplementary siren's BLACK wire. If you
are not using a supplementary siren leave
the BLACK wire disconnected and insulate.
Positive Outlet The PINK wire is a positive outlet when the
When
alarm is armed for use with
Gemini
the Alarm is interface units (i.e. Gemini 2244).
Armed.
Accessory
Loop
(optional)
Aerial Leads
Connect the BROWN-BLACK wire to a
radio or fog lights negative.
If this function is not to be used connect
this wire to a stable body earth (see table C).
The BLACK aerial lead must be located in
a non-metallic area for best reception. It
must not be coiled or connected at the body
earth, as this would effect the system's
performance.
13. Sensing connection. Connect the volumetric, vibration and anti-lighting sensors,
colour to colour (i.e. GREEN-BLACK to GREEN-BLACK) on to the main alarm
harness. This trigger circuit will not operate more that 3 times (see Table A).
14. Ultrasonic heads. These should be mounted with brackets provided at the top of
each windscreen pillar facing the opposite corner of the vehicle. They must be
connected correctly (i.e. RED sensor lead to RED socket, WHITE sensor lead to
WHITE socket) and the leads must no be tightly coiled, cut or lengthened.
15. Status LED. Connect L.E.D. to harness as shown in diagram. The unit will give
an intermittent feed to the LED with a reduced current draw. (Refer to Table B for
sequence).
16. At this point you must check to see which type of central locking is fitted to the
car. An easy way to do this is to try and lock all doors from the passenger's door
lock. If it locks the driver's door, there is an actuator fitted. If it does not then there
is no activator in the driver's door (refer to: Diagram 3, 4, 5, 6 as required).
Ref.: Diagram No. 2
For cars already equipped with electrical central locking with an actuator in the
driver's door, and for vehicles with Gemini 2249/50 central door locking kit fitted,
(i.e. BMW, Ford).
FOR CARS WITH TOTAL CLOSE FACILITY
Ref.: Diagram N. 7
For BMW Series 5, 7 and 8 after 1988, where it is possible to close central
locking electric windows and sunroof and dead locking off the driver's door key.
Ref.: Diagram No. 8
For Mercedes and Audi, where it is possible to close the windows and sunroof off
the driver's door key.
Ref.: Diagram No. 9
For Vauxall (Cavalier, Carlton Calibra), Jaguar, Audi 100 with original alarm and
Porsche 928 GT 1991 onwards where it is possible to close windows and
sunroof off driver's door key (sunroof on Porsche 928 GT and Audi 100 with O.E.
alarm is possible).
Ref.: Diagram No. 10
A. Specific for Mercedes SE, SEL and SEC (W140, C140 and R129 Series),
Volvo 480 ES 1992.
B. Specific for Volkswagen all models except Polo, Passat electric sunroof.
For these connections an additional relay (Gemini 2352) must be used with a
diode on pins 85 - positive 86 earth.
ULTRASONIC ADJUSTMENT AND TEST PROCEDURE
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
Lower one of the front windows approximately 20 cm.
Adjust the sensitivity fully anti-clockwise.
Plug L.E.D. into the back of the unit.
Arm the alarm and push your arm through the window. The L.E.D. will give a one
second flash when movement has been detected. If L.E.D. does not flash, turn
the sensitivity clockwise, until L.E.D. does pick up movement.
Finally close all windows and gently go round the vehicle tapping the windscreen
and window. If the alarm goes off you MUST reduce the sensitivity.
Reconnect L.E.D. into harness and fix fairlead onto siren with screws provided
(fig. D).
g.
Reconnect battery to terminal. Turn the external key switch to the "ON" position.
The alarm acknowledges this operation as a disconnection and reconnection of
the vehicles battery and for this reason will arm itself, after an exit delay time of 5
seconds. On the 5003 with the external key in "ON" position the battery back up
circuits are operated, therefore, if the battery is to be disconnected for any reason
(i.e. servicing) the external key switch must be turned anti-clockwise to the "OFF"
position.
DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN HARNESS GAITER SECURING SCREWS .
PLEASE NOTE: STEAM CLEANING THIS ALARM SYSTEM WILL CAUSE
IRREPARABLE DAMAGE AND VOID ANY WARRANTY CLAIM.
TABLE A
This table illustrates the respective arming period of each entry/sensor and the
number of alarm cycles that each entry can generate.
Exit Delay
Entry Sensors
No. of Alarm
Time
Cycles
40 seconds
Door pin switches
3
40 seconds
Bonnet/boot/tailgate switches
3
5 seconds
Ignition live
Unlimited
40 seconds
Volumetric, vibration and anti-lifting
6
sensors
40 seconds
Voltage drop sensor
Unlimited
5 seconds
Battery back-up sensor
5
5 seconds
Accessory Loop
3
TECHNICAL DATA GEMINI 5002/3
Power supply
Current Draw
Working Temperature
Engine Immobilisation Relay Contacts
Visual Signalling Relay Contacts
Audible Tone Relay Contacts
Central Locking Relay Contacts
Immunity
Alarm Period
Sound Level at 1 metre
Minimum Power Absorption to Trigger
12 VDC
12 mA
- 30° + 85° C
30 A
20 A
2A
10 A
50 V/m
25 < > 30 sec.
122 dB
5W
The manufacturer declines every responsibility for any possible defect or failure to the device and
to the car's electric system due to a bad installation or to the overcome of the indicated technical
features. The alarm has exclusively a dissuasive function against possible thefts.
RX
YELLOW-BLUE
RED-BLUE
YELLOW-GREY
RED-GREY
YELLOW-BROWN
RED-BROWN
Turn indicators
External Sensor inlet
Bonnet / Boot pushbuttons
Door pushbutton
ORANGE
ORANGE
GREEN-BLACK
GREEN
GREEN-BROWN
See diagram of centralised locks
TX
6008GE (325MHz)
6008E (433MHz)
6108GE (325MHz)
6108E (433MHz)
WIRING DIAGRAM
5003-5002
5003
10A
RED
BROWN-BLACK
YELLOW
WHITE
GREY
BLACK
WHITE-BLACK
BROWN
+
Battery
12 VOLT
Red
Black
AERIAL
Do not tamper!
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Auxiliary contact (NC)
Positive Key
+30
Engine immobilizer
15A
MAX !
Supplementary Siren
Negative Comfort
EARTH
Positive alarm ON
WHITE-RED
PINK
5A
Cm 200
ON
For cars with electrical centralised door-loocking
with negative or positive control.
Diagram 2
For cars with electric centralised door-locking
controlled only by door-locking button.
Diagram 4
ON
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
5003
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
+30
5003
YELLOW-GREY
RED-GREY
RED-BROWN
RED-BLUE
YELLOW-BROWN
YELLOW-BLUE
+30
YELLOW-BLUE
RED-BLUE
YELLOW-GREY
RED-GREY
Common
(Positive or Negative)
Open
Close
YELLOW-BROWN
RED-BROWN
Do not connect
Do not connect
Door locking button
Close
M
M
Open
EX : ALFA, FIAT, FORD, LANCIA, SAAB, SUZUKI IGNIS (02), JIMMY (02)
For cars with electro-pneumatic centralised
door-locking
Diagram 3
EX : RENAULT TWINGO (<2000)
For car with centralised door-locking without
actuator in driver’s side door.
ON
Diagram 5
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
5003
5003
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
+30
+30
YELLOW-GREY
RED-GREY
YELLOW-BROWN
RED-BLUE
RED-BROWN
YELLOW-BLUE
YELLOW-GREY
RED-GREY
YELLOW-BROWN
RED-BROWN
YELLOW-BLUE
RED-BLUE
GREEN
BLUE
ART.2305T
Original
actuator
COMPRESSOR
EX : AUDI 80,MERCEDES 190.
EX : HONDA CIVIC 5p(96), HYUNDAI ACCENT (96), GALLOPER (98)
Diagram 6
For cars with centralised door-locking with
microswitch in driver’s side door.
For cars with electro-pneumatic door-locking
with comfort system.
Diagram 8
ON
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
5003
+30
5003
YELLOW-GREY
+30
RED-GREY
WHITE-BLACK
YELLOW-BROWN
RED-BLUE
RED-BROWN
YELLOW-BLUE
ART.2306T
YELLOW-GREY
RED-GREY
YELLOW-BROWN
RED-BROWN
YELLOW-BLUE
GREEN
BLUE
RED-BLUE
Microswitch
Close
Common
Open
WHITE
BLACK
BROWN
Original
actuator
COMPRESSOR
NOTE : replace microswitch with Gemini art.2306T actuator.
EX : DAEWOO NEXIA,OPEL FRONTERA (<99).
AUDI 100,MERCEDES with pack-comfort system (<96).
Diagram 7
For BMW cars with safety locking.
For cars with negative-control centralised door-locking
and comfort system separate from locking.
ON
Diagram 9N
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
5003
NOTE :
Use a Gemini 2355GE module .
J1-J2-J3 pos.BC
+30
YELLOW-BROWN
RED-BROWN
BROWN
OPEN
Do not connect
Do not connect
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
5003
NOTE : use 2 1N4004 diodes
YELLOW-BLUE
RED-BLUE
YELLOW-GREY
2355
YELLOW-BLUE
RED-BLUE
YELLOW-GREY
RED-GREY
PINK
NEGATIVE COMFORT
RED-GREY
WHITE-BLACK
+30
WHITE-BLACK
PINK
EX : BMW 3(<98),5(<96),7-8(96),Z3(97>).
CLOSE +
COMFORT
WHITE-BLACK
YELLOW-BROWN
RED-BROWN
Common
(Negative)
OPEN
CLOSE
COMFORT
Do not connect
Do not connect
EX : AUDI A4 (<96), A6(<96),OPEL VECTRA (<96), OMEGA.
For cars with centralised door-locking and
comfort system controlled by locking function.
Diagram 10
Diagram 23
For cars with electrical centralised door-locking with
negative control only on closing.
ON
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
5003
5003
Negative
RED-GREY
RED-BLUE
YELLOW-BROWN
YELLOW-GREY
RED-BROWN
YELLOW-BLUE
Negative
YELLOW-BLUE
RED-BLUE
YELLOW-GREY
WHITE-BLACK
YELLOW-BROWN
RED-BROWN
RED-GREY
OPEN
COMFORT
Do not connect
Centralised
door-locking
control unit
Do not connect
Do not connect
EX : AUDI A3, A4 (97>),A6 (97>),BMW 3 (98),5 (96>),OPEL, VW
For cars with electrical centralised door-locking with
negative control only on opening.
Do not connect
Driver’s
side door
EX : CITROEN XSARA, FIAT ULISSE (98), LANCIA Z (98),PEUGEOT 306
Diagram 31
Diagram 22
ON
ON
5003
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
5003
Negative
Negative
YELLOW-GREY
RED-BLUE
YELLOW-BROWN
RED-GREY
RED-BROWN
YELLOW-BLUE
Centralised
door-locking
control unit
YELLOW-BLUE
RED-BLUE
Do not connect
YELLOW-BROWN
RED-BROWN
RED-GREY
Do not connect
Do not connect
YELLOW-GREY
Driver’s
side door
EX : NISSAN MICRA(>97), SUZUKI IGNIS (00), JIMMY (99)
R 1000 ohm 10%
Original vehicle lead
EX : SKODA FABIA, VW POLO (02>)
Diagram 32
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
5003
YELLOW-GREY
RED-BROWN
RED-BLUE
RED-GREY
YELLOW-BROWN
YELLOW-BLUE
Centralised
door-locking
control unit
Driver’s
side door
EX : PEUGEOT 206 (2002), 307.
Diagram 37
ON
5003
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Negative
YELLOW-BLUE
RED-BLUE
RED-GREY
YELLOW-BROWN
RED-BROWN
WHITE-BLACK
Do not connect
Do not connect
Do not connect
YELLOW-GREY
R 180 ohm 10%
Original vehicle lead
EX : AUDI A3 (03), VW GOLF V (04)
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