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AutoCAN-F v6
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Controller Description
AutoCAN-F v6 is a universal controller designed for connecting additional security, multimedia and
service systems to a vehicle CAN bus. The controller functionalityenablesthe user to solve unique
tasks when installingdifferent kinds of equipment on modern vehicles.
The controller can work with two CAN buses simultaneously, which considerably extends its
functionality wheninstalled on specific vehicles.
The controller interfacing to the vehicle (vehicle selection) is carried out automatically. Upon
connecting to the CAN bus and power source and carrying out a set of simple actions (for the majority
of vehicles it is turning the ignition on/off and vehicle locking/unlocking via the factory remote control),
the controller identifies the vehicle automatically.
For more information on connecting the controller to the vehicle, the list of all the vehicles for
which the controller is designed along with its functional features information, please refer to the
Integrator program from www.tec-electronics.ru.
Module Inputs/Outputs
For port contacts enumeration, please see Fig. 1a. For the unit contacts designation, please refer
to the wiring diagram given in Fig. 1b.
Fig. 1a. Port contacts enumeration from the wiring viewpoint
CAN1
CAN2
CAN-L – Brown (№19)
CAN-H – Brown/yellow (№18)
CAN-L – Brown (№17)
CAN-H – Brown/red (№16)
Trunk open
Orange/green(№11)
Black (№1)
Alternate control(150 mA) of hazard
lights
Blue/red (№2)
Alternate control(150 mA) of central
lock
Blue/yellow (№3)
Security (150 mA)
Hood
Green/black (№12)
Red (№13)
Brake (150 mA)
Pink/green (№14)
Gray/blue (№4)
Ignition(150 mA)
Yellow/red (№15)
All doors (150 mA)
Gray/green (№5)
Trunk (50 mA)
Green/white (№20)
Engine is running (50 mA)
White/black (№6)
Hood (50 mA)
Yellow/white (№21)
Reference ground for sensing input for
analog buttons
Gray/black (№7)
Analog buttons.
Sensing input.
Parking brake (50 mA)
Green/yellow (№22)
Turn on turning lights
Gray/yellow(№8)
Central lock (close)+ comfort
Orange/white (№23)
Green (№9)
Central lock (open)
Brake
Pink/black (№24)
Blue (№10)
Fig. 1b. Module contacts designation
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Prior to installation
• Read carefully this Technical Manual
• Check if the controller is compatible with the designated vehicle and make sure
that the required functions are supported by the controller.
Controller Setting
The built-in button and light-emitting diode (LED) located in the controller body are used for setting
the controller (see Fig.2).
Fig. 2.
Interfacing the Module to a Vehicle
All vehicles supported by the controller are divided into groups and subgroups. Each vehicle has
a corresponding group and subgroup number (see Integrator). The interfacing procedure consists in
assigning the group and subgroup.
If the controller was installed in another vehicle (the group and subgroup were assigned), the
controller shall be reset to the factory settings prior to interfacing.
Two interfacing options are available:
Automatic interfacing
Upon connecting to the vehicle CAN bus, supplying power and carrying out a set of simple actions
(for the majority of vehicles it is turning the ignition on/off and vehicle locking/unlocking with the
factory remote control), the required group and subgroup will be assigned automatically. You just
need to check correctness of the group and subgroup assignment by light signals (group number
– pause, subgroup number – pause). Interfacing procedure for each specific vehicle is described in
the Integrator program.
If the group is represented with a two-digit number, each digit of the group will be indicated
separately. For example, group 35; subgroup 2 is indicated as follows: 3 long signals 1-second pause, 5 long signals - 2-second pause, 2 short signals - 4-second pause, etc.;
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Forced Interfacing
Enables forced assignment of the group and subgroup, to be used only in exceptional cases.
Programming Sequence:
1. Supply power to the controller and wait for intermittent light signals.
2. Press and release the built-in button 10 times. If all the actions are correct, the controller will
inform about this with three light signals.
3. Press the built-in button once. The controller informs about option selection with repeated single
light signals.
4. Enter the group number by pressing the built-in button for the corresponding number of times.
The controller will periodically emit series of light signals, where the number of signals corresponds
to the group number.
If a group represents a two-digit number, enter the first digit of the group number, wait for
2 seconds, and enter the second digit of the group number.
The controller will periodically give series of audible signals corresponding to the group
number.
5. Wait for 2 seconds.
6. Enter the subgroup number by pressing the built-in button the corresponding number of times.
Check correctness of the group and subgroup assignment by checking light signals (group
number – pause, subgroup number – pause):
• if the group and subgroup iscorrect, press the built-in button once.
• if the group and subgroup is not correct, press the built-in button two times.
Repeat the programming sequence starting from item #4.
Programming of Analogue Steering Wheel Buttons
In order to use the analogue steering wheel buttons:
• Immediately after the controller has identified the vehicle model, turn the ignition on and
wait for at least 5 seconds.
• Sequentially (one after another) press all the steering wheel buttons and steering column
joysticks (cruise control, main unit control, etc.). The buttons, upon pressing which the
controller emits a lightsignal, will be available for use.
• Turn the ignition off. Wait for confirmation: single flashing of the built-in LED.
The analogue steering wheel buttons programming shall be started within 15 minutes from the
moment the controller has been interfaced to the vehicle. If more than 15 minutes has passed,
reset to the factory settings and program the controller again.
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Controller Hardware Functions Programming
Programming is carried out as per Controller Hardware Functions Configuration Table (Menu 1).
Table 1. Controller Hardware Functions Configuration (Menu 1)
№
Option Description
Setting range/
default
Note
1
Vehicle model
-/-
SeeInterfacing the Controller toa Vehicle Section
2
Factory alarm control
- / Enabled
LED is ON - the factory alarm control is enabled.
LED is OFF - the factory alarm control is disabled.
3
Sequential Central Lock
deactivation
- / Disabled
LED is ON - the function is enabled.
LED if OFF - the function is disabled
4
Automatic windows closing
(Comfort function)
- / Enabled
LED is ON - the function is enabled.
LED if OFF - the function is disabled.
5
Timer Channel function
operation time (Comfort)
1-6 / 3
From 1 to 6. Unit value is equal to 10 seconds.
6
Alternate Central Lock
control algorithm via output
no. 3
1-3 / -
1 – single-wire,pulse, negative
2 – single-wire,pulse, positive
3 – single-wire,pulse, negative (when Central Lock status is
not available)
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Alternate Hazard Lights
control algorithm via output
no. 2
1-5 / -
1 –pulse, negative
2 – status, negative
3 – pulse, positive
4 – status, positive
5 –negative,lamp control
8
Parking Distance Control
(PDC) system algorithm
1-3 / 1
1 - Activation on rear gear
2 - Activation on speed
3 - Activation on rear gear with priority of switching off
9
PDC control button
-/-
The following buttons can be used:
– CAN-bus «visible»
– analogue, steering wheel
– positive or negative. Connected to the external
programmable digital input (positive or negative, see
Programmable Input Functions Table).
10
Central lock activation
when motion starts
- / Disabled
LED is ON - the function is enabled.
LED if OFF - the function is disabled.
11
Central lock deactivation
when turning the ignition
off
- / Disabled
LED is ON - the function is enabled.
LED if OFF - the function is disabled.
12
Central lock deactivation
when turning the ignition
off
- / Disabled
LED is ON - the function is enabled.
LED if OFF - the function is disabled.
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Annotations to the Table
Option No. 1. Vehicle model. Allows forced vehicle group and subgroup assignment.
Option No. 2. Factory alarm control. If the factory alarm system control is enabled, the controller
locks and unlocks the vehicle with the same commands that activate/deactivate the factory alarm
system. If the factory alarm system control is disabled, the controller uses those commands at which
the factory alarm system is not activated/deactivated.
Option No. 3. Sequential door opening. Allows enabling/disabling the sequential door opening.
Option No. 4. Automatic windows closing (Comfort feature). Allows enabling or disabling the
automatic activation of Comfort feature when activating the Central Lock.
Option No. 5. Timer Channel function operation time (Comfort). Allows setting the time during
which the Timer channel (Comfort) function will be active. The time is set in 10-second intervals.
Option No. 6. Alternate Central Lock control algorithm via output No. 3. When necessary, this
option allows setting the output No.3 functioning and its polarity according to a particular algorithm.
Generally, the algorithm is set automatically when interfacing to the vehicle.
Option No. 7. Alternate Hazard Lights control algorithm via output No. 2. When necessary, this
option allows setting the output No.2 functioning and its polarity according to a particular algorithm.
Generally, the algorithm is set automatically when interfacing to the vehicle.
Option No. 8. Parking Distance Control (PDC) system algorithm:
• Activation on rear gear. Front and rear parking sensors are activated upon shifting the
transmission to R or with the control button and deactivated when the speed reaches 15 km/h or
with the control button.
• Activation on speed. The front parking sensors are enabled if the vehicle speed is less than 15
km/h. The rear parking sensors are enabled if the vehicle moves back and its speed is less than 15
km/h. This mode allows deactivation of all sensors with the control button until the ignition is turned
on again or until activated with the control button.
• Activation on rear gear with priority of switching off. The algorithm is similar to Activation on
rear gear algorithm but if the parking sensors have been deactivated with the control button they
will not be enabled when the transmission is shifted to R position until the ignition is turned on again
or until activated with the control button.
Option No. 9. PDC control button Allows to assign a button for PDC control (see item 5.6, Programming
Sequence section).
Option No. 10. Central lockactivation when motion starts Allows to enable or disable the automatic
Central lockactivation function after the vehicle starts its motion.
Option No. 11. Central lockdeactivation when turning the ignition off. Allows to enable/disable the
automatic Central lockdeactivation function when the ignition is turned off.
Option No. 12. Disarming confirmation by PIN-code entering. The PIN-code is expected to be
entered after opening the vehicle; if the PIN-code has not been entered, then, 30 seconds after
opening any door, hood or trunk, a signal will be formed in the Siren Panic and Horn Panic outputs.
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Table 2. Module Inputs/Outputs Configuration (Menu 2)
Setting range/
Option Description
Note
Default
1
Programmable output No. 2
1-39 /Alternate Hazard
Lights control
Alternate Hazard Lights control is used in the
vehicles where control via the CAN-bus is not
possible.
2
Output No. 2 polarity
- / Negative polarity
LED is off - negative polarity.
LED is on - positive polarity.
3
Programmable output No. 3
1-39 / Alternate Central
Lock control
Alternate Central Lock control is used in the
vehicles where control via the CAN-bus is not
possible.
4
Output No. 3 polarity
1-39 / Alternate Central
Lock control
LED is on – positivepolarity output.
LED is off – negativepolarity output.
5
Programmable output №4
1-39/1
Security
6
Programmable output №5
1-39/12
All doors
7
Programmable output №6
1-39/17
Engine is started
8
Programmable output №14
1-39/25
Brake
9
Programmable output №15
1-39/15
Ignition
10
Programmable output №20
1-39/12
Trunk
11
Programmable output №21
1-39/12
Hood
12
Programmable output №22
1-39/26
Handbrake
13
Programmable output №9
1-13/1
Activate Central Lock + Comfort (command)
14
Programmable output №10
1-13/2
Deactivatecentral lock (command)
15
Programmable output №11
1-13/3
Open trunk (command)
16
Programmable output №12
1-13/10
Hood control
17
Programmable output №23
1-13/4
Turn lights activation
18
Programmable output №24
1-13/12
Brakelights condition control
Annotations to the Table
Options Nos. 1, 3, 5-12 are designed for creating custom configuration of the controller by assigning
any of 39 functions to a particular output (see Programmable Output Functions Table).
Options Nos. 13-18 are designed for creating custom configuration of the controller by assigning
any of 12 functions to a particular input (see Programmable Input Functions Table).
Options Nos. 2, 4 enable setting the required polarity of the controller outputs Nos. 2 and 3.
The polarity can be set only if one of 39 functions has been programmed in these outputs (see
Programmable Output Functions Table).
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Table 3. Programmable Output Functions
Description
1
Security
A constant level signal is formed for the time when the unit is in the Security
mode
2
Increased Security
The function operation is similar to the Security function; however, the signal
is formed prior to entering the PIN-code after disarming.
3
Arming Pulse
0.8-sec long pulse is formed when the controller enters the Security mode.
4
Disarming Pulse
0.8-sec long pulse is formed when the controller exits the Security mode.
5
Pulse when entering
PIN-code
0.8-sec long pulse is formed after entering the PIN-code.
6
Hood closing pulse
0.8-sec long pulse is formed when the controller enters the Security mode. If
the hood is open, there is no pulse.
7
Pulse of trunk
opening with factory
remote control
0.8-sec long pulse is formed when the controller detects the trunk opening
command from the factory remote control.
8
Factory Alarm System
Panic
A constant level signal is formed for the time while the factory alarm system
(if installed) is in the Alert mode.
Siren Panic
A 30-sec long constant level signal is formed if one of the zones is triggered in
the Security mode: trunk, doors, hood opening. This function can be used in
the vehicles that are not equipped with the factory alarm system. The signal
stops when the vehicle exits the Security mode.
10
Horn Panic
A 30-sec long pulse signal is formed if one of the zones is triggered in the
Security mode: trunk, doors, hood opening. Also, it gives signals when arming/
disarming the vehicle. This function can be used in the vehicles that are not
equipped with the factory alarm system. The signal stops when the vehicle
exits the Security mode. It is used for Alert signal feeding to the vehicle
factory horn.
11
Horn Panic from
External Input
Apulse signal is formed for the time while there is an input signal to the
external digital input with the Horn Control function.
12
Doors, hood and
trunk
A constant level signal is formed if any of the preprogrammed doors, hood or
trunk is open.
13
Sensors Ignoring
In the Security mode, a constant level signal is formed with the trunk open, if
it has been opened using the factory remote control. Also, the signal is formed
when the Comfort feature is active. This function is designed for organizing
sensors deactivation to avoid false alarms.
14
Original buttons
A constant level signal is formed if a preprogrammed vehicle button is pressed.
15
Ignition
A constant level signal is formed with the ignition on (also when starting the
engine).
16
ACC
A constant level signal is formed with the vehicle ACC on (first key position,
in some vehicles may be congruent with ignition). This function is deactivated
only when the key is removed from theignition lock.
17
Engine is started
A constant level signal is formed with the engine started.
Engine rpm
A pulse signal is formed with a pulse sequence frequency proportional to the
engine crankshaft rotational speed. 1 imp/sec corresponds to the crankshaft
rotational shaft of 20 rpm. The signal is designed for determining estimated,
and not the exact rpm value.
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Function
Description
19
Transmission
Condition
A constant level signal is formed if the transmissionhandle is set to the preprogrammed position (P, R, N, D 1). For robotized transmission, the following
positions can be programmed: R, N, D 1. For mechanical transmission, only
R position is available.
20
Vehicle moves
A constant level signal is formed if the vehicle speed has exceeded a certain
threshold value (this value varies from vehicle to vehicle, but lies within 5 – 10
km/h).
21
Front parking sensors
activation
A constant level signal is formed for activating the front parking system
sensors
22
Rear parking sensors
activation
A constant level signal is formed for activating the rear parking system sensors.
It is used for indicating the PDC system condition.
• If the parking sensors work according to Activation on rear gear or Activation on rear gear with priority of switching off algorithm, the LED is ON
when the sensors are active.
• If the parking sensors work according to Activation on speed, the LED is
ON when the sensors are not active.
23
Parking Distance
Control System LED
output
24
Motion speed
A pulse signal is formed with pulse sequence frequency proportional to the
vehicle speed. 1 imp/sec corresponds to a speed of 1 km/h. The signal is
designed for determining estimated and not the exact speed.
25
Brake
A constant level signal is formed with the brake pedal pressed.
26
Handbrake
A constant level signal is formed when the vehicle is put on the handbrake.
27
External lights
A constant level signal is formed with the external lights on.
28
Timer Channel
(Comfort)
A constant level signal is formed within a certain time (from 10 to 60 sec.)
after arming the vehicle. The time is set in 10-second intervals.
29
Vehicle distance run
A pulse signal is formed with pulse sequence frequency proportional to the
vehicle distance run. 1imp/sec corresponds to 5 meters run
30
Right turn signal
A pulse signal is formed with pulse sequence frequency proportional to pulse
frequency of the vehicle right turn signal.
31
Left turn signal
A pulse signal is formed with pulse sequence frequency proportional to pulse
frequency of the vehicle left turn signal.
32
Upper beam
A constant level signal is formed when the upper beam is on.
33
Lower beam
A constant level signal is formed when the lower beam is on.
34
Rear fog lights
A constant level signal is formed when the rear fog lights are on.
35
Seat belts
A constant level signal is formed if any of the preprogrammed seat belts is
fastened.
36
Driver/passenger
presence sensor
A constant level signal is formed if there is a driver or a passenger
(pre-programmed).
37
Engine assistance
heater switching ON
A constant level signal is formed according to the engine assistance heater
operation algorithm (taking into account temperature, engine rpm, ignition).
38
Right turn switch
status
A constant level signal is formed for the time the right turn is on.
39
Left turn switch status
A constant level signal is formed for the time the left turn is on.
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Table 4. Programmable Input Functions
№
Function
Description
1
Activate Control Lock + Comfort
(command)
Comfort is always enabled when the signal in the input lasts for more than 2
seconds and stopped when the control signal is removed from the controller
input. The function operation does not depend on Automatic windows closing
option setting.
2
Deactivate central lock
(command)
Sending an impulse to this input allows deactivating the central lock.
3
Open trunk (command)
Sending an impulse to this input allows opening the trunk lid
4
Turn lights activation
Sending an impulse to this input allows blinking with turn lights. In some
vehicles, due to their design peculiarities, uneven lamp blinking may be
observed while the impulses are fed evenly.
5
Horn control
Excitation signal to this input enables function No. 11 - Panic on horn from
external input. Halting the input excitation stops this function.
6
Start the engine
Engine is started via the CAN bus.
7
Central lock activated (status)
This function is used in exceptional cases when central lock status is not
available in the CAN bus (see Integrator).
8
Central lock deactivated (status)
This function is used in exceptional cases when central lock status is not
available in the CAN bus (see Integrator).
9
PDC control button
This function is used for managing the Parking Distance Control function with
an external button.
10 Hood control
The function is used when information about the hood position is not available
in the vehicle CAN bus. In this case, the Hood control input shall be connected
to the hood limit switch.
11 Comfort halting
Sending an impulse to this input enables stopping the controller automatic
windows closing function (comfort) and hence ventilating the vehicle. Sending
an impulse prior to setting the vehicle in the Security mode cancels the launch
of Comfort feature for this setting.
12 Brakelights condition control
The function is used when information about the brake pedal position is not
available in the vehicle CAN bus. In this case, the brakelights condition control
input shall be connected to the output of the brake pedal limit switch.
13 Driver’s door opening simulation
Sending an impulse to this input enables simulation of the driver’s door
opening via the CAN-bus. The function can be used for ACC signal disabling
after remote starting.
Programming Sequence
1. Turn the ignition on.
2. For entering Menu 1, press the built-in button 10 times; the controller will give three light signals.
For entering Menu 2, press the built-in button 12 times, the controller will give four light signals.
3. Select the required option according to Table 1 or 2 by pressing and releasing the built-in button
such number of times which corresponds to the required option number. The controller shall inform
about the option number with series of light signals.
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4. Move to option setting by pressing and holding the brake pedal. The controller will inform about
the option condition with LED.
In case the vehicle CAN bus does not contain the brake pedal position data, the
brakelights condition control input shall be connected to the output of the vehicle brake
pedal limit switch.
5. Change the option setting by pressing and releasing the built-in button such the number of times
which is required for navigating the option from the current setting number to the required one. The
controller will inform on the new option setting with series of light signals. Please consider that when
navigating the option settings, the last setting is followed by the first one. Release the brake pedal,
whereupon the controller will change the indication from the option setting back to the current option
number. Now you can proceed with programming the next option or exit the programming mode.
5.1. Function No. 12, Doors, hood and trunk programming algorithm. You can set any combination
of doors, hood and trunk, upon opening which the controller will form a signal in the programmable
output. For the purposes of this algorithm, the doors, hood and trunk are referred to as the doors.
With the brake pedal pressed, go to option No. 12 settings. The controller will inform on the option
condition twice with series of 12 light signals each, after which it will give intermittent light signals.
On seeing the intermittent signals, release the brake pedal. The controller will continue emitting
intermittent light signals. Open only those doors that are to be indicated in this output, and leave the
rest doors closed (the doors can be opened in advance). Press the brake pedal again. The controller
will inform on option condition with series of 12 light signals and the doors will be assigned to this
output. If you do not press the brake pedal and exit current option programming, the controller will
save its previous condition. Release the brake pedal and the controller will start indicating the option
number.
5.2. Function No. 14, Original buttons programming algorithm. With the brake pedal pressed,
navigate to option settingNo.14. The controller will inform on the option condition twice with series of
14 light signals each, followed by intermittent light signals. Without releasing the brake pedal, press
the required button (for vehicle-specific list of buttons, see Integrator). If the controller responds to
the button, it will stop emitting the intermittent light signals and will once again indicate the option
setting number with series of 14 light signals. Release the brake pedal, the controller will indicate
the option number with the series of light signals. If the brake pedal is released prior to setting the
button, the controller will exit the option while saving its original setting and will start indicating the
option number.
5.3. Function No. 19, Transmission condition programming algorithm. With the brake pedal pressed,
navigate to option setting No.19. The controller will inform on the option condition twice with series
of 19 light signals each, followed by intermittent light signals. Without releasing the brake pedal,
switch the transmission handle to the required position: P, N, D or R (the handle may be set in the
required position in advance); for robotized transmission the positions are: R, N, D; for mechanical
transmission, only R position is available. Release and press again the brake pedal. The controller
will stop emitting the intermittent signals and will once again indicate the option setting number with
series of 19 light signals each. Release the brake pedal, the controller will indicate the option number.
If you do not press the brake pedal and leave the current option programming, the controller will save
the option previous condition.
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5.4. Function No. 35, Seat belts programming algorithm. You can set any combination of seat belts,
upon fastening which the controller will form a signal in the programmable output. With the brake
pedal pressed, go to option No. 35 setting. The controller will inform on the option condition twice
with series of 35 light signals each, followed by intermittent light signals. On seeing the intermittent
signals, release the brake pedal. The controller will continue emitting intermittent light signals. Fasten
only those seat belts, which shall be indicated in this output leaving the rest belts unfastened (you
can fasten the seat belts in advance). Press the brake pedal again. The controller will inform about the
option setting with series of 35 light signals. If you do not press the brake pedal and leave the current
option programming, the controller will save the option previous setting. Release the brake pedal and
the controller will start indicating the option number.
5.5. Function No. 36, Driver/Passenger Presence Sensor programming algorithm. You can set
any combination of driver/passengers presence at which the controller will form a signal in the
programmable output. With the brake pedal pressed, go to option No. 36 setting. The controller
will inform on the option setting twice with series of 36 light signals each, followed by intermittent
light signals. On seeing the intermittent signals, release the brake pedal. The controller will continue
emitting intermittent light signals. Sit down by turns on the seats sensors of which shall be indicated
in the output. You shall stay on each seat for at least 2 seconds. Press the brake pedal again. The
controller will inform about the option condition with series of 36 light signals. If you do not press the
brake pedal and leave the current option programming, the controller will save the option previous
setting. Release the brake pedal and the controller will start indicating the option number. If, when
releasing the brake pedal, the setter was seating on the seat, the sensor of this seat could not be
programmed at once. For programming this seat, one should rise from the seat and sit down on it
once again.
5.6. Parking Distance Control System control button assignment algorithm. With the brake pedal
pressed, go to option No. 9 settings, Menu 1. The controller will give intermittent light signals. Press
and hold the button selected by you for a definite time (if the controller «sees» the button, then the
light indication will be disabled while the button is held pressed):
• control with short press: hold the button pressed less than 2 sec;
• control with long press (2.5 sec): hold the button pressed from 3 to 5 sec;
• control by status: hold the button pressed longer than 5 sec.
Release the button: the controller will emit light signal once and turn the light indication off.
Release the brake pedal, the controller will start indicating the option number 6. In order to move to
the next option programming, press and release the built-in button for the number of times required
for navigating the option from the current option number to the required one.
Programming Mode Exit
The controller will exit the programming mode and save all the configuration settings in the nonvolatile memory when the ignition is turned off or 60 seconds after the last action if the brake pedal
is not pressed.
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PIN-code
A PIN-code is a confidential combination of presses on one or several original buttons of the
vehicle. The PIN-code represents a 1-, 2-, 3- or 4-digit number. The PIN-code is used when the
functions ‘Increased Security’ and ‘Impulse When Entering PIN-code’are active. For the list of original
buttons which can be «seen» by the controller in each specific vehicle, see Integrator. The PIN-code
represents a 1-, 2-, 3- or 4-digit number. An individual PIN-code is assigned by the installer when
installing the controller.
PIN-code Entry
The PIN-code is entered with the ignition turned on or with the engine started by pressing the
original buttons evenly; take care that when setting one of the digits the duration of presses and
pauses between them does not exceed 1 second. Make a pause of about 2 seconds between the
digits. In case you have made and error when entering the PIN-code, after about 3 seconds an
audible signal is heard meaning that the PIN-code shall be entered again.
PIN-Code Examples
The buttons
,
,
,
,
are used as an example.
For the list of available buttons, refer to the installer.
PIN-code entry with single button
One-digit PIN-code:
One-digit PIN-code:
pause 2 seconds
PIN-code entry using several buttons
When entering the PIN-code, you must monitor the button sequence.
One-digit PIN-code:
Two-digit PIN-code:
pause 2 seconds
PIN-code Change
1. Turn the ignition on.
2. Enter the current PIN-code. The built-in LED will blink once and a single impulse will be formed
in the ‘Impulse when entering PIN-code’ output.
3. Press any button used for entering the PIN-code 14 times. If you are changing the factory PINcode, press the built-in button 14 times. Wait for confirmation: single blinking of the built-in LED and
impulse in the ‘Impulse when entering PIN-code’ output.
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4. Set the new PIN-code. Presses of the buttons which can be «seen» by the controller are
confirmed with the built-in LED blinking. Wait for confirmation: single blinking of the built-in LED and
impulse in the ‘Impulse when entering PIN-code’ output.
5. Reenter the PIN-code. Wait for confirmation:
• double blinking of the built-in LED and two impulses in the ‘Impulse when entering PIN-code’
output mean the PIN-code has been changed, the controller has exited the PIN-code change mode.
• single blinking of the built-in LED and one impulse in the ‘Impulse when entering PIN-code’output
mean that an error occurred when entering the new PIN-code, the procedure for changing the PINcode shall be repeated starting from the fourth item.
CAN Parameters Indication
This function allows real-time analysis of the availability ofcertain parameters (listed below) in the
vehicle-specific CAN bus and correction of the wiring diagram on the basis of the obtained results.
Parameters are indicated by means of the built-in LED (see Fig.2). The LED illuminates at the moment
any of the below parameters are activated (door opening, brake pedal pressing, etc.) and stays
illuminated for 5 seconds or until this parameter is deactivated.
The Engine RPM and Engine Temperature parameters are indicated in another way:
Engine RPM - the LED blinks with frequency proportional to the actual engine rpm: 1 LED blink
(flash) per second corresponds to 500 revolutions per minute (i.e. when the engine rpm is 2,300, the
LED blink frequency will make up 4 Hz). The parameter is indicated for 5 seconds after the engine
start. When the engine rpm are indicated, other parameters are not indicated.
Engine Temperature - the LED blinks once each time it receives a new temperature value (with the
ignition turned on or with the engine started). The parameter indication takes place only if no other
parameters are indicated.
The function indicates the following parameters:
◊ Doors (each door separately, hood, trunk).
◊ Ignition lock condition (key in the lock, ACC, IGN, Start)
◊ Engine is started
◊ Transmission condition (for automatic transmission - P, R, N, D, for mechanical transmission – R)
◊ Handbrake
◊ Brakelights
◊ Security
◊ Factory Alarm System Panic
◊ Central Lock status
◊ Sensors Ignoring
◊ Engine rpm
◊ Engine temperature
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Factory Reset
The controller has the procedure for resetting all the programmable settings, which is used for
erasing the vehicle model settings from the non-volatile memory and restoring all the other programmable option settings to the factory ones.
For factory reset:
• Disconnect the controller from power supply and CAN bus.
• Press and hold the built-in button.
• While holding the built-in button, supply the power to the controller (the CAN bus must remain
disconnected). The controller will give intermittent light signals.
• Disconnect the power supply and release the built-in button.
Table 5. Technical Data and Operating Conditions
Characteristic
Value
Power supply voltage, V
9 ... 15
Max. current consumption in operating mode, mA
Max. current consumption in standby mode, mA
750
1
Operation temperature, °C
– 40 ... + 85
Storage temperature, °C
– 40 ... + 85
Maximum relative air humidity, %
95
Delivery Set
Description
Number
1
Central unit
1 pc.
2
Wire harness with a connector
1 pc.
3
Technical Description
1 pc.
4
Package
1 pc.
Product warranty period is 3 years from the date of purchase if installed in accordance with the
installation instructions. Please contact your vendor company upon any warranty case.
Manufactured by TEC Electronics Ltd.
Certificate of Conformity No. C-RU.AG92.V.32319
The product complies with the requirements of the Technical Regulations:
Technical Regulations on Safety of Wheeled Vehicles
(the Russian Federation Government DecreeNo. 720of 10/09/2009)
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