car alarm system - Mongoose New Zealand

car alarm system - Mongoose New Zealand
Model number:
M33
CAR ALARM SYSTEM
Owner’s Operation Manual
Please read and try out all the features
For correct operation and warranty compliance,
we recommend professional installation of this
product by your authorised Mongoose dealer.
Suitable for 12volt, negative ground vehicles
Amended April 2016
ALARM REMOTE CONTROL – 2 supplied
BUTTON 1
‘ARM’ (& LOCK)
PRESS FOR 1.5 SECONDS
TO ARM THE SECURITY SYSTEM (DOORS WILL ALSO LOCK IF THE
CENTRAL LOCKING HAS BEEN
CONNECTED)
SENSOR DISABLE
BUTTON 2 ONLY
‘DISARM’ (& UNLOCK)
PRESS BUTTON TWO TO
DISARM THE ALARM SYSTEM.
(DOORS WILL ALSO UNLOCK
IF THE CENTRAL LOCKING
HAS BEEN CONNECTED)
PRESS BUTTON 2 & 3 TOGETHER
WITHIN 5 SECONDS OF ARMING
TO BYPASS THE SHOCK SENSOR
BOOT RELEASE (CH2)
BUTTON 3
SILENT ARMING
BUTTON 4
PRESS TO ARM THE ALARM WITH
NO SIREN CHIRPS.
(DISARM IS THEN
AUTOMATICALLY SILENT)
AFTER DISARM, PRESS BOTH
BUTTONS TO OPEN THE BOOT (IF
THE VEHICLE IS EQUIPPED WITH
ELECTRIC RELEASE)
‘PANIC’
PRESS AND HOLD TO SOUND THE
SIREN AND FLASH THE LIGHTS.
PRESS AGAIN TO CANCEL.
CONTENTS
Arming the system…………………….
Silent arming……………………………
Defective zone bypass.………………..
Disarming the system………………….
Security re-arm.................……………..
Engine immobiliser……………………..
Auto re-set…………....................……..
Central locking………………………….
Remote controls………………………..
Doors, bonnet & boot………………….
Impact sensor …………….............……
Shock sensor bypass………………….
Panic……...................................……..
Battery back-up siren………………….
Arm condition memory..........…...…….
Dome light supervision option………..
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4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
6
6
Indicator flash confirmation codes….... 7
Siren chirp sounds……..……..……..…. 7
LED flash codes………………………… 7
EMERGENCY OVERRIDE……………. 8
Valet mode (security system disable)… 8
Automatic arming……………………….. 8
Automatic door locking…………………. 8
Ignition safety door locking………....….. 8
2 stage unlock…………………………… 8
Code learning...................................….. 9
Testing your alarm…………………….… 9
Programmable options………………….. 10
Wiring diagram…………………………… 11
Warranty terms and conditions…………. 12
Proof of purchase………………………… 13
OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE SECURITY SYSTEM
ARMING (& LOCKING*)
Arm the system (and lock the doors*) by pressing button 1 on the remote control.
The indicators will flash once and the siren chirps once to indicate that the system is fully armed.
The dash mounted LED will light for 10 seconds as the security system checks vehicle integrity and then slow
flashes to indicate armed mode.
SILENT ARMING (Can be permanently silenced through programming)
Press button 3 to silently arm the system without the siren chirps. Disarming will then be automatically silent.
DEFECTIVE ZONE BYPASS
If any door, the bonnet or boot is open before arming the alarm, the dashboard LED will stay lit as a warning. If not
closed before or after arming, the siren will emit a warning after a 30 second delay. The open circuit will then be
bypassed. The alarm will arm an open circuit when it is closed.
DISARMING (& UNLOCKING*) – (See 2 stage unlock option page 8)
To disarm (and unlock*), press remote control button 2. Siren will chirp twice and the indicators will flash twice.
The indicators will then stay lit for 30 seconds to provide perimeter illumination.
If disarming during an alarm activation, press button 1 or 2 to cancel sounding, then button 2 to disarm.
SECURITY RE-ARM (& RE-LOCK) - programmable
The alarm will automatically re-arm if it has been disarmed by remote but the doors have not been opened within
30 seconds. Doors also re-lock if central locking connected. LED fast flashes to signify countdown to auto re-arm.
ENGINE IMMOBILISER
This security system is equipped with an engine immobiliser to prevent engine starting when the system is armed.
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AUTOMATIC RE-SET
If the alarm is triggered, the siren will sound for 60 seconds. Once it stops, the system resets to the armed
position. It will then re-trigger on the next intrusion. (Max’ 5 triggers per circuit)
CENTRAL LOCKING – (programmable for electric or vacuum locking)
This security system has built-in relays to enable remote control of a vehicles central locking systems.
Certain vehicles may require additional extra cost parts to enable the correct use of this feature.
CODE HOPPING REMOTE CONTROLS
2 water resistant remote controls are supplied with the M33. Maximum 3 remotes can be used.
This coding system is completely random therefore eliminating the possibility of recording it (code grabbing).
DOORS, BONNET AND BOOT PROTECTION
The siren will sound and the indicators will flash for 30 seconds should any of these be opened when the system is
armed. The system is connected to the vehicles courtesy door light switches. These switches must function
correctly for the alarm system to operate. The fitting of door switches is not included with this product.
IMPACT SENSOR - 2 STAGE
The sensor is designed to detect impacts to the vehicle such as violent glass breakage. It may also be triggered
by shock waves produced from loud exhausts and heavy vehicle traffic. It should not be triggered by normal wind
or rocking motions. If the sensor receives a light impact the siren fast chirps for a few seconds as a pre-warning. It
sounds fully for 30 seconds if it detects a heavy impact.
The sensitivity level is adjustable by the installer. Over sensitivity can cause false alarms.
SHOCK SENSOR BYPASS
The shock sensor can be bypassed to prevent false alarms. Arm the system and within 5 seconds press UNLOCK
& MUTE at the same time to disable the sensor. It will be active next time the alarm is armed.
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BOOT RELEASE BY REMOTE
If you vehicle is equipped with electric release of the boot, it can be connected to this alarm system. This may
incur additional charges. Disarm the alarm and then press button 2 again for 2 seconds to open the boot.
PANIC
In the event of personal attack, the alarm can be ‘panicked’ by pressing the rear red remote control button for
more than 2 seconds.
Press any button to cancel the alarm.
ELECTRONIC BATTERY BACK-UP SIREN
This is mounted under the bonnet and must be situated in a place to protect it from heat and water damage such
as driving through deep water or engine cleaning. The alarm system is supplied with 2 siren keys. These are used
to turn off the sirens internal battery during vehicle servicing or vehicle battery replacement/disconnection.
The keys do not deactivate the alarm system.
If washing the engine bay, cover the siren with a plastic bag to prevent damage.
Heat or water damage is not covered by the warranty.
ARM CONDITION MEMORY
Should the vehicle battery be disconnected, the system memorises the last set position of the alarm. If the alarm
was disarmed, reconnection does not cause the alarm to sound. If the battery was disconnected whilst armed,
reconnection will cause the system to trigger. To cancel, disarm with the remote control. (Vehicle battery
disconnection will cause the optional battery back-up siren to sound - this is turned off at the siren with the special
key provided)
DOME LIGHT SUPERVISION - programmable
The system provides the facility for dome light supervision. Upon disarming, the interior light will illuminate for 30
seconds which is cancelled upon ignition on.
NOTE: The fitting of this option may make the ‘security re-arm (& re-lock)’ feature inoperative.
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INDICATOR LIGHT FLASH CONFIRMATION / CODES
This is a visual indication of system status.
A) 1 Flash
- Armed
B) 2 Flash
- Disarmed
C) On for 30 sec’ - Indicates system is disarmed and provides perimeter illumination
SIREN CHIRP CODES
This is an audible indication of system status.
A) 1 Chirp - Armed
B) 2 Chirps - Disarmed
C) 3 Chirps – A warning that a door, the bonnet or boot is open 30 seconds after arming
D) 3 Chirps – When disarming, a warning that the alarm has been triggered
E) Fast chirps - Light impact detected by the shock sensor
DASH MOUNTED WARNING LIGHT - LED
Located on or near the dashboard area, the LED is a small flashing light that indicates the vehicle is fitted with a
security system. The LED also tells the status of the alarm;
A) Slow flashing
- System armed
B) Fast flashing
- Countdown for automatic arming functions
B) LED off
- System is off
C) Continuously lit - Valet mode or remote code learning
D) 1 flash, 1 pause - Bonnet triggered
E) 2 flash, 1 pause - Boot triggered
F) 3 flash, 1 pause - Door triggered
G) 4 flash, 1 pause - Ignition triggered
H) 5 flash, 1 pause - Sensor triggered
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EMERGENCY OVERRIDE
At the time of installation a hidden push button switch was fitted, usually under the dashboard.
If the alarm is armed and fails to respond to the remote control, or you have misplaced it, you can override the
alarm as follows;
1) Open the door with the ignition key - the alarm will trigger
2) Turn on the ignition and press the override button for 3 seconds - this will cancel the alarm and put the alarm in
valet mode – LED on constant. See below to cancel valet mode.
VALET MODE - LED PERMANENTLY LIT
When disarmed, turn the ignition on and press and hold the override switch for 3 seconds. Siren will chirp and
lights flash once to confirm. LED will stay lit to indicate valet mode. Repeat to turn the system back on.
AUTOMATIC - LAST DOOR ARMING (Programmable)
The system can be programmed to arm automatically 30 seconds after closing the last door (or bonnet or boot).
The LED will fast flash during the auto arming countdown.
IGNITION SAFETY DOOR LOCK (Programmable)
If the central locking is connected to this security system, the doors will automatically lock after 1 second when the
engine is started (or ignition is turned on). The doors will unlock when the ignition is turned off.
If a door is left open during engine starting, the doors will not lock but cause the indicators to flash 4 times to
indicate an open door.
2 STAGE UNLOCK – optional connection
This alarm has the ability to allow you to only unlock the drivers’ door when you disarm and then a 2nd press of the
disarm button on the remote unlocks the passenger doors.
This feature requires the installer of this product to wire your vehicle differently, so this feature must be specified
prior to installation.
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REMOTE CONTROL CODE LEARNING
• If you need to replace a remote control, it must be memorised to the alarm system before it can be used.
• A power surge or interruption to the power supply may cause loss of memory.
• If your alarm fails to respond to the remote try re-learning them.
TO MEMORISE A NEW REMOTE:
a) Disarm the system by remote or the override method described on the previous page.
b) Turn the ignition off/on 3 times leaving on third time. Siren will chirp.
c) Press the override switch for 5 seconds - siren chirps 3 times to confirm learning mode.
d) Press button 1 twice on 1st remote. Siren will chirp to confirm.
e) Press button 1 twice on 2nd remote. Siren will chirp to confirm.
Repeat this procedure if you have a third remote. Turn ignition off to complete the learning sequence.
Note: If you lose a remote, re-learning the existing remote will erase the one that is lost.
TESTING YOUR ALARM
We strongly recommend that you test your alarm frequently. It takes only a short time and is very important to
maximise the protection of your vehicle.
1. Arm the system. Unlock the door with the ignition key and open the door. The alarm should activate. Check all
the other doors , bonnet and boot by the same procedure.
2. Engine immobiliser. Open the drivers window. Arm the alarm. Without opening a door, reach in and try to start
the engine. It should not start.
3. Shock sensor. Check the shock sensor by giving the vehicle varying degrees of impact.
4. Remote controls. Do not get them wet, drop them on a hard surface or tamper with the internals. To ensure
correct operation at all times, replace the battery every 12 months or sooner if you notice operating range is
reducing.
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PROGRAMMABLE FEATURES
Turn ignition on
Press override button 5 times – siren chirps to confirm program mode
Press override the number of times in the chart below
Press the remote button to change a feature
Sequence
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Feature
Last door auto arming
Ignition door lock
Auto re-arm after remote disarm
Unlock output (wire #14)
Siren chirps
Perimeter night light
CDL pulse length
Arm when ACC on #
*Default setting
Button 1
Off *
On
Off *
Single pulse *
On *
On
1 second *
Off *
Button 2
On
Off *
On
Double pulse
Off
Off *
3 seconds
On
# This feature allows for add-on turbo timers
Jumper on side of module – 2 stage unlock – see page 8
Open = Drivers door unlocks on 1st press – press again to unlock passenger doors
Closed = All doors unlock at the same time
Amendment to M33 Owner’s operator manual – February 2016
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WIRING DIAGRAM
Installation to be carried out by suitably qualified persons.
Top Row
1 Red
2 Orange/white
3 Blue/white
4 No connection
4 Grey
6 No connection
7 Orange
8 Blue
9 Brown
10 Purple
11 Green
Bottom Row
12 Brown/white
13 Black
14 No connection
15 Red/white
16 White/Black
17 Green/red
18 Yellow
19 Blue/white
20 Pink
21 Green/white
22 White
1 12
2 13
3 14
4 15
ENGINE IMMOBILISER RELAY
GREY WIRE
OF M33
85
87a
86
30
INT ERUPTED
CIRCUIT
CUT
5 16
6 17
7 18
IGN’ SWIT CH

ANTENNA – DO NOT CUT – SHORTEN - CURL
+12V
IGN/ACC
87
CHOOSE ST ARTER – IGNITION – FUEL PUMP
8 19
9 20
10 21
11 22
Siren Wires
Red - +12v constant
Black – Ground
Blue – (-) trigger
White – (+) trigger
+12v
(-)
Trigger (-)
No input
Red
Black
Blue
White
(+) Constant 12v power
(+) Light flash output x 2
(+) 2nd unlock output
(-) Ground when armed
Unlock N/C
Unlock common
Unlock N/O
Lock N/C
Lock common
(+) Siren output
(-) Ground
(-) Boot trigger input
(+) Dome light output
(+) Door trigger input
(+) Ignition input
(-) Bonnet trigger input
(-) Boot release
(-) Door trigger input
Lock N/O
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Pre-intrusion (-)
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OVERRIDE SWITCH
JUMPER FOR 2 STAGE UNLOCK
WARRANTY CONDITIONS
Mongoose warrants that it will make good without charge, by repair or replacement with a reasonable equivalent, at Mongoose’s discretion,
any defect in the product, excluding defect in installation, submitted for claim for a period of ONE year from date of sale provided that;
(a) the defect has been notified to an authorised Mongoose installation centre, distributor or agent (in the first instance to the original installation
centre).
(b) the alarm is less 12 months old from the date of sale and was manufactured within the last 2 years.
(c) the alarm has been installed according to our written instructions
(d) provision of proof of purchase and warranty registration on request.
(e) an authorised installation centre has determined that the defect complained of is one of workmanship and not caused by;
(I) misuse or abuse such as misdirected current, water or fluid damage
(ii) operation of alarm after it is known to be defective
(iii) accident or deliberate act
(iv) alteration or modification of the alarm, or its components, by any party not authorised by Mongoose
(v) the fitting of parts or accessories not supplied or approved of by Mongoose
(vi) any work carried out on the alarm by someone other than an authorised Mongoose installation centre
(vii) any consequential damage
(viii) if the alarm is installed by anyone other than an approved installer a limited parts only 6 month warranty may apply
Warranty for the installation is borne by the original installing agent only. This will be chargeable if not returned to the original installer.
Whilst every care is taken by our installers in fitting the alarm, Mongoose takes no responsibility for any damage caused to a vehicle in the installation process.
Responsibility is borne by the installer and any claims directed to them.
Exclusions from this warranty are;
(I) alarms operated outside the original country of purchase
(v) faults associated with the installation
(ii) batteries, i.e.; as fitted to the remote controls
(vi) mobile service costs for repairs
(iii) normal wear and tear
(vii) labour costs for repairs
(iv) transportation of repairs or replacement parts etc. to rectification centres
THIS WARRANTY IS NOT TRANSFERABLE
DISCLAIMER:
Vehicle security systems are theft deterrents only.
Mongoose does not by inference, intent or any other means guarantee that a vehicle fitted with one of our security systems will not be stolen, broken into,
tampered with, or parts taken.
We recommend fully comprehensive vehicle insurance and home and contents insurance and to fit other security devices such as additional alarm sensors and
locking wheel nuts if the vehicle has expensive wheels and tyres.
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PROOF OF PURCHASE
PLEASE RETAIN FOR YOUR RECORDS
OWNERS NAME:…………………………………..
VEHICLE MAKE:…………………..…………..
ADDRESS:……………………………………………..
VEHICLE MODEL:……………………….………
……….……….……………………………...
VEHICLE REG’ NO:………………………………
TELEPHONE NO:……………………………………..
ALARM MODEL NO:…M33….………………….
ALARM PURCHASED FROM:…………………..…..
Dealer
DATE PURCHASED:.………………………….…….
INSTALLED BY:..………………………………..……
DATE INSTALLED:………………………….……….
INSTALLER SIGNATURE:…………………..………
OWNERS SIGNATURE:………………………..……
Please complete the above details, detach from this manual and keep in a safe place. These details should be presented
to your Mongoose dealer in the unlikely event that you require this product to be repaired under the terms of the ‘product
warranty’. Refer ‘Warranty Conditions’. Failure to provide this ‘Proof of Purchase’ may result in rectification charges being
made. If you sell the vehicle within the warranty term, please pass this on to the new owner.
Manufactured for: Mongoose (Australia) Pty Ltd
Make & Model Number: Mongoose M33 Series
Country of manufacture: China
Supply voltage: 12v DC nominal – negative ground
Current consumption: 0.3amps
Suitability: All vehicles with 12v negative earth batteries
Date of manufacture: Refer date code on alarm module case
Mongoose (Australia) Pty Limited
Sydney, Brisbane
www.mongoose.com.au
Mongoose (New Zealand) Limited
Auckland
www.mongoose.co.nz
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