Scorpio SR-i500SW Installation manual

Scorpio SR-i500SW Installation manual
SR-i500
FM 2-Way Security System
INSTALLATION MANUAL
AND USER’S GUIDE
Standard Features
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½ mile 2-Way FM Transceiver
LCD Water proof / impact
resistant remote
Ultra low power drain MCM
Built-in accelerometer
Ignition protection
Range Confirmation Signal (RCS)
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Remote sensor control
Battery safeguard with “sleep
mode”
Violation display with time stamp
Passive arming
Selectable arming / disarming
Programmable multi-tone siren
Remote panic feature
Optional Accessories
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Perimeter sensor (SN-5) – A miniature multi stage microwave sensor that detects motion
in mass around the motorcycle.
Ignition disable and anti-hijack kit (RID-5) - Allows remote disabling of the motorcycle’s
electrical system, should someone force you off your bike. Also prevents the engine from
being started when the system is armed.
Back-up battery (BAT-5) – A built-in back-up battery feature allowing the siren and
transmitter to continue operating when power is interrupted.
Factory Connector Kits–OEM style connectors that simply plug into the motorcycle’s
factory wiring harness. Connector kits are available for select motorcycle models.
Table of Contents
Installation
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Component List ---------------------------------------------------------------•
Planning The Installation ---------------------------------------------------•
Mounting The Components ----------------------------------------------•
Color Codes --------------------------------------------------------------------•
Connections --------------------------------------------------------------------•
Using the T-tap Connectors -----------------------------------------------User’s Guide
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Remote Transceiver Icons and Message Display ------------------•
Turning Transceiver On / Off ----------------------------------------------•
RCS (Range Conformation Signal) -------------------------------------•
Transceiver Battery Status --------------------------------------------------•
Operating Instructions ----- -------------------------------------------------•
Alarm Triggers-------------------------------------------------------------------•
Sensor Memory Display -----------------------------------------------------•
Battery Safeguard with “Sleep Mode” -------------------------------•
Motorcycle Battery Status -------------------------------------------------•
Locking the Transceiver’s buttons --------------------------------------•
Checking Motorcycle Status and Violation Display --------------•
Programming and customizing Instructions -------------------------•
Selecting Transceiver Alert Type -----------------------------------------•
Selecting Auto / Manual Arming ----------------------------------------•
Selecting Siren Tone and Alarm Duration ----------------------------•
Adjusting the Accelerometer (Shock / Tilt ) Sensor ---------------•
Setting Clock Time -----------------------------------------------------------•
Setting Alarm Clock ---------------------------------------------------------•
Encoding a Transceiver -----------------------------------------------------Optional Accessories Instructions
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Perimeter Sensor (SN-5) -----------------------------------------------------•
Ignition Disable / Anti-hijack Unit ----------------------------------------•
Back-up Battery ---------------------------------------------------------------Warranty and FCC Information
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Limited Warranty ------------------------------------------------------------•
FCC Notice ---------------------------------------------------------------------•
Contact information --------------------------------------------------------1
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Installation
Components List
MCM (Main Control Module)
Remote Transceiver
Accessory Harness
Generic Installation Kit (GEN-1)
Main Harness (HAR-1)
Planning the Installation
It is very important that before starting the installation of the security system, you carefully read
the installation instructions and spend time planning the installation. By planning ahead you will
be able to select the best approach in placing, securing and wiring the system to your specific
motorcycle. Although the installation is not difficult, there are a number of steps that must be
taken for the system to operate properly. We suggest the following steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Check that your motorcycle battery is fully charged and that all electrical circuits are in
good working condition.
Check the layout and construction of the motorcycle to decide what space is available to
place the components.
Verify that no moving parts interfere with the components or their wires.
Do not route wires near sharp edges, which could cut wires and cause a short.
Do not mount components near extreme heat areas such as exhaust pipes etc.
Allow at least an inch or two of slack at all connection points to reduce the chance that a
connection will break apart due to vibration.
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Mounting the Components
Select a suitable location under the seat or in a side cover. Mount the MCM using Velcro or
cable ties. Make sure that it is not exposed or easily reached.
Routing the Antenna Wire
The MCM includes an 18” antenna wire. The first 12” is a coaxial wire; the remaining 6” is the
reception antenna wire. When routing, try to avoid running the antenna along or near metal. For
best performance, have the antenna wire as vertical as possible and exposed.
Wire Connections
Note:
All connectors are unique and will only fit the appropriate component one way.
The MCM is equipped with two connectors. One is for the main harness (HAR-1) and the other is
for the optional accessories.
Accessory Harness
Plug in the accessory harness to the matching connector on the MCM. If no options are being
used, plug in the supplied dust cover.
Main Harness
Note:
If the optional factory connector kit is being used, please disregard this section of the
instructions and refer to the instructions supplied with the factory connector kit.
The main harness consists of two harnesses. One is labeled (HAR-1) and the second is labeled
(GEN-1). Plug in the white 4 pin connector from the (HAR-1) into the matching 4 pin connector
from the (GEN-1). The (HAR-1) also has a waterproof connector that plugs into the MCM. The
wires should be connected as follows:
HAR-1
Black wire with fuse and ring terminal – To battery Positive (+).
GEN-1
Black wire – To ground (-).
Grey wire – To turn signal power wire (Left).
Grey wire – To turn signal power wire (Right).
Orange wire – To tail light wire or any other wire that is hot (+) when ignition is “ON” (NOTE: this is
an input to the alarm this connection is not designed to flash the tail light).
Color Codes:
Honda
Kawasaki
Suzuki
Yamaha
Harley Davidson
Ground (-)
Green wire
Black wire
Black/White
Black wire
Black wire
Tail Light
Brown wire
Red wire
Brown wire
Blue wire
Blue wire
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Left Turn Signal
Orange wire
Green wire
Green or Black
Green wire
Brown wire
Right Turn Signal
Blue wire
Grey wire
Grey wire
Brown wire
Purple wire
Connections
Fuse
To Battery (+)
Accessory
Connector
HAR-1
GEN-1
MCM
Black – To Ground (-)
Grey – To Turn Signal
Grey – To Turn Signal
Orange – To Tail Light
Note: Connect the (HAR-1) harness to the MCM only after installation is completed. If the
battery is to be removed, disconnect this connector first. Reconnect only after battery
terminals are reconnected.
Note: When the main harness (HAR-1) is plugged in, the siren should chirp. If the siren dose
not chirp; check the fuse, and battery (+) and ground (-) connections.
Using the T-tap Connectors
1) Place female T-tap connector over wire to be tapped, close and squeeze until it snaps close.
2) Now slip male T-tap connector over hinged end of the female connector to make a
connection.
Motorcycle Wire
1)
Female T-tap
2)
Female T-tap
Male T-tap
Motorcycle
Wire
Wire from (GEN-1)
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User’s Guide
Remote Transceiver Icons and Message Displays
System Disarmed
Alert Type Aud/Vibr
Signal Indicator
System Armed
3. Press button 4
repeatedly to
scroll though the
programmable
icons
Silent Paging Only Arming
Button # 4
Battery Level Indicator
Shock Trigger
Ignition Trigger
Perimeter Trigger
Tilt Trigger
Back up Power Activated
Alarm Clock
Clock
Cycle Low Battery Indicator
Button #1
Button #2
Button #3
Turning the Transceiver On/Off
Note:
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Out of the box the transceiver does not have the battery installed, please install battery to
operate transceiver.
To turn “on” , press and hold button #4 until the transceiver chips two times. The power is
now “on”.
To turn “off”, press and hold button #4 until the transceiver chips two time followed by
another two times. The power is now “Off”.
Note:
When the Transceiver is in the “Off” mode only the
displayed
5
and
icons will still be
RCS (Range Confirmation Signal)
If the system is armed and the Transceiver is within range of the MCM the LCD displays
If the Transceiver does not receive the RCS signal the
icon
icon will not appear.
Transceiver Battery Status
The LCD will display 3 different
icons to show the Transceiver battery status.
Operating Instructions
The following instruction assumes that the transceiver is with in range of the motorcycle.
Arm
1.
Press button #1, siren chirps 3 times and the turn signal lights flash 1 time.
2.
The Transceiver echoes 3 chirps and the LCD displays
1.
2.
Press button #2, siren chirps 1 time and lights flash 1 time.
The Transceiver echoes 1 chirp and the LCD displays
icon.
1.
Press button #3, siren chirps 4 times and turn signal lights flash 1 time.
2.
3.
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The Transceiver echoes 4 chirps and the LCD displays
The system is armed and the Perimeter Sensor is activated.
Disarm
and
and PERIMT OFF icons.
Arming With Optional Perimeter Sensor
icons.
Arming Without Siren / Paging Only
1.
2.
3.
Press buttons #1 and #3 at the same time, siren chirps 5 times and the turn signal lights
flash 1 time.
, and icons.
The Transceiver echoes 5 chirps and the LCD displays
The system is armed but the siren and turn signal lights are disabled for a silent paging
only alert.
Arming Without Siren or Perimeter Sensor (optional) / Paging Only
1.
2.
3.
Press buttons #2 and #3 at the same time, siren chirps 6 times and the turn signal lights
flash 1 time.
, , and PERIMT OFF icons.
The Transceiver echoes 6 chirps and the LCD displays
The system is armed but the siren, turn signal lights and perimeter sensor are disabled.
Panic/ Stop Trigger
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b.
When system is armed press button #3 for Panic feature. (panic feature will
sound siren for a few seconds, drawing attention to your bike)
Pressing button #3 during an alarm trigger stops the alarm cycle but keeps
the system armed.
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Alarm Triggers
When the system is triggered, the siren will sound and the turn signal lights will flash. The
Transceiver’s LCD will display the following messages:
1.
icon. The siren on the bike will sound for 5
If bike is bumped, the LCD will display
seconds and the lights will flash. This cycle will repeat twice.
2.
If the perimeter sensor triggers a full alarm cycle, the LCD will display
on the bike will sound for 5 seconds. This cycle will repeat twice
(Note: The turn signal lights will not flash for a perimeter sensor trigger).
3.
If the bike is tilted, the LCD will display
icon. The siren on the bike will sound for 30
seconds and the lights will flash. This cycle will repeat six times.
4.
Icon. The
If the ignition switch is turned on or tampered with, the LCD will display
siren on the bike will sound for 30 seconds and the lights will flash. This cycle will repeat
six times.
5.
With the optional back up system installed, the LCD will display
icon if the main
harness or battery power supply is disconnected. The MCM will still continue to sound
and transmit from its internal power source. The siren on the bike will sound for 30
seconds. This cycle will repeat six times.
6.
The Transceiver will continue to flash the triggered icon until any button is pressed.
icon. The siren
Note: The Transceiver will sound a unique tone to correspond with the triggered sensor
Sensor Memory Display
When the system is disarmed the turn signals will flash to indicate if there has been an alarm
trigger. The lights will flash once to indicate that the system has been disarmed, additional flashes
indicate that the following trigger has occurred:
1 flash then 1 additional flash
1 flash then 2 additional flashes
1 flash then 3 additional flashes
1 flash then 5 additional flashes
= Shock Trigger
= Tilt Trigger
= Perimeter Sensor Trigger
= Ignition Trigger
Motorcycle Battery Safeguard with “sleep mode”
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If the optional perimeter sensor is being used and the alarm is armed for more then 10 days
the system will automatically disable the perimeter sensor.
If the alarm is armed for more than 30 days, the system will automatically disable the systems
receiver. In this mode the transceiver will no longer be able to operate the system but the
system is still armed and protecting the bike.
To disarm, trigger the alarm, and press the #2 button.
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Motorcycle Battery Status
When the voltage on the motorcycle battery drops below 11.2 volts The LCD displays
icon.
Locking the Transceiver’s buttons
To “lock”, press button #4 for 2 sec. The Transceiver will beep and buttons will lock.
To “unlock”, press button #4 for 2 sec. The Transceiver will beep and buttons will unlock.
Checking Motorcycle Status and Violation Display with Time Stamp
1.
3.
Press button #4. The back light and the memory screen will be displayed. If the alarm
was not triggered, all the sensor icons will come on and the # 0 0 will be displayed.
If there was an alarm trigger, the last triggered sensor will flash. Press button #4
repeatedly to scroll through all the triggered sensors in the Transceiver’s memory.
The alternating numeric display shows the current trigger, numbering of triggers in
4.
5.
[03 05] + [A 8:55] means
memory, and the time the trigger occurred. For Example:
the tilt sensor was triggered. It was the 3rd sensor violated out of a total of 5 alarm triggers
and the event occurred at 8:55am.
Press button #3 to exit.
To clear memory, press and hold down button #3 for 2 seconds.
2.
If no alarm triggers in memory, all
sensor icons will be displayed
If the system was trigged, the last triggered
sensor will be displayed
Press button
4 once
Trigger #
Press button 4 repeatedly to
scroll though the trigger memory
Total # of triggers
Time of trigger
Pres button 3 to exit and clear.
Or, press and hold button 3 for 2
seconds to erase memory.
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Programming and Customizing Instructions
There are two types of programming mode:
1) Programming the Transceiver- To program the transceiver the MCM does not have to be
installed or be within range. The programmable modes for the Transceiver are:
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Transceiver Alert Type (Audible/Silent Vibrate).
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Alarm Clock.
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Clock.
2) Programming the MCM- To program the MCM the system must be installed, with in range, and
in the disarmed mode. The programmable modes for the MCM are:
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Auto/Manual Arming.
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Siren Tones and Siren Duration.
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Adjusting Accelerometer (impact/shock sensor).
Entering Programming Mode
Follow the steps below to enter the programming mode:
1. Press button 4 twice to
enter programming
mode
2. Available programmable
options will be displayed.
The selected icon will flash
3. Press button 4 repeatedly to
scroll though the programmable
icons
NOTE:
Press button 3 to
exit without
changing the
setting or saving
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Note.
At any time during programming press button # 3 to exit without saving and return to the
main screen
Selecting Transceiver Alert Type (Audible/Silent/Vibrate)
1.
Enter programming mode. The
icon will begin to flash, press button #1 to select.
The LCD will display the current settings. To program follow these steps:
1. Press Button 2
to scroll
between the
alert options
2. Press button
4 to save and
exit
Alert options include: alert off, vibrate,
audible, vibrate and audible
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Selecting Auto/Manual Arming
Enter the programming mode. Scroll to the
icon and Press Button #1 to enter the arming
selection screen. The LCD will display the current setting ([Act] or [PAS]) and the siren will chirp
two or three times. To program follow these steps:
1. Press button 2 to
toggle between
the alert options
2. Press button
#4 to save and
exit
When entering the arming program mode, the siren and turn signals will confirm the current mode
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Manual arming- siren chirps 2 times, lights flash 2 times
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Auto arming- siren chirps 3 times, lights flash 3 times (In this mode the system will automatically arm
itself 60 seconds after the ignition is turned off)
Selecting Siren Tone and Alarm Duration
Enter the programming mode. Scroll to the
icon and Press Button #1 to select. The screen will
display all of the sensor icons. To program follow these steps:
1. Press button
4 to scroll
between the
sensor icons
2. Press
. button 1
to select sensor
icon
3. Press button 1 to
toggle between
sound and duration
5. Press button 4 to
save and exit
Tone
There are 5 siren tones
and 3 cycle duration
settings for each sensor
4. Press button 2
to adjust
Duration
In
Seconds
Adjusting the Accelerometer (Tilt/Shock) Sensor
Enter the programming mode. Scroll to the
icon and press Button #1 to select. The screen
will display the current shock setting, and the siren will chirp 1-5 times to confirm sensitivity level. To
program follow these steps:
1. Press button 1 to
toggle between
On/Off and
sensitivity levels
2. Press button 2 to adjust.
Siren will chirp to confirm
sensitivity level 1-5
On/Off
3. Press button 4
to save and exit
Sensitivity Level
To test sensitivity bump motorcycle while in sensitivity adjustment mode, a siren chirp will indicate an alarm
trigger
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Setting Clock Time
1.
Enter the programming mode.
2.
3.
4.
Press button #4 repeatedly until the
icon begins to flash.
Press button #1 to select and enter clock setting mode.
Press button #1 to scroll through ‘hour’, ‘minute’, ‘am/pm’ settings. The selected item
will be flashing.
Press button #2 to adjust the setting of the selected item.
Press button #4 to save setting and exit, or press button #3 to abort.
5.
6.
Setting Alarm Clock
1.
Enter the programming mode.
2.
3.
4.
Press button #4 repeatedly until
icon begins to flash.
Press button #1 to select and enter alarm clock setting mode
Press button #1 to scroll through ‘alarm on/off’, ‘hour’, ‘minute’, ‘am/pm’ settings. The
selected item will be flashing.
Press button #2 to adjust the setting of the selected item.
Press button #4 to save setting and exit, or press button #3 to abort.
5.
6.
Encoding a Transceiver
Note: Transceivers are programmed from the factory. Encoding is only necessary should the
Transceiver loses its codes and will not arm or disarm the security system or if a second
or replacement remote is obtained.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Unplug HAR-1 from the MCM and plug it back in, the siren will chirp 2 times and the lights
will flash 2 times.
Within 6 seconds turn ignition switch “ON” and “OFF” 3 times.
If step 3 is done correctly and within the time allowed , the siren will chirp 2 times and
the lights will flash an additional 2 times to confirm that the system is in “Learn Mode”.
Press and hold button # 1 until the system chirps 2 times and the lights flash 2 times to
indicate that the MCM has learned the code.
The Transceiver echoes 4 chirps and the LCD displays [LErn donE] to confirm that the
Transceiver is encoded.
Turn ignition “ON” and “OFF” to exit “Learn Mode”.
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Optional Accessories
Perimeter Sensor (SN-5)
Mounting the SN-5
The Perimeter sensor uses high frequency microwave technology to detect mass density
movement around the motorcycle. The signal can transmit through the seat, fiberglass, leather
and plastic, but not metal. It is recommended to place this sensor under the seat as close as
possible to the center of the motorcycle. With the provided Velcro, you can mount this sensor on
top of the battery or any flat surface, making sure that the top side of the sensor is facing
upwards. Place Perimeter sensor as far away as possible from the MCM.
Adjusting the Sensor
Although the sensor is pre set from the factory it may be necessary to adjust the sensitivity to suit
your specific application.
1.
Stand at least 10’ away from the motorcycle and arm the system.
2.
Walk towards the motorcycle and try and lean over the top of it. Once the sensor detects
movement the siren will begin to chirp slowly. If you back away from the motorcycle the siren
will stop chirping. If you continue to move closer to the motorcycle the siren will start to chirp
faster and faster and then go into a full alarm.
3.
Sensitivity can be adjusted by removing the plastic cap and tuning the adjustment screw. To
increase sensitivity, turn adjustment screw clockwise. To decrease sensitivity, turn the
adjustment screw counter clockwise.
4.
The Perimeter sensor has an internal tuning control, which has been set at the factory. This
tuning control should only be changed if the sensor can not be properly set as described in
#3 above, please call Aritronix’ technical support.
Note:
Do not turn sensitivity above half way. Doing so may cause false alarms.
Plastic Cap:
Remove to adjust
sensitivity
To Accessory Harness on
Main Control Module (MCM)
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Ignition Disable / Anti-hijack Module (RID-5)
Installation
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Cut the Ignition / Engine control wire (refer to options below)
Attempt to start bike to test if correct wire is selected. If bike starts the wrong wire is selected.
(contact Aritronix for assistance) If bike does not start, correct wire was selected continue to
step 3.
When Packaged the RID-5 wire ends have been treated with clear silicon to protect the
ends from fraying. Make sure they are stripped bare of this before continuing.
Connect one end of cut wire to one of the blue tap wires in RID-5 with provided butt
connector or any other solid connection options.
Connect second end of cut wire to second blue tab wire in RID-5 with provided butt
connector or any other solid connection options.
Test connections to insure that they are as solid as possible. *
Plug the RID-5 connector into the matching connector on Main Control Module (MCM)
Accessory Harness.
Test RID-5 by activating alarm (without perimeter sensor) and try to turn on bike. If bike turns
on, please contact Aritronix for assistance.
* Failure to test for a loose wire could cause an accidental engine cut off.
The Ignition / Engine control wire Options:
Option #1: Positive lead wire on fuel pump
Option #2: Positive lead wire on fuel injection system
Option #3: Positive wire that goes to the ignition fuse in fuse box. This should be
either a 10 or 15 amp fuse labeled IGN or START. (Carbureted Bikes)
Option #4: Ground wire from ignition module
Option #5: Positive wire from ignition module to ignition coil
Option #6: Wire connected between the ignition module and engine stop button
Operating the Anti-Hijack feature
While the engine is running, press and hold the transceivers’ button #1 and button #2 at the same
time for 5 seconds. The siren will begin to chirp confirming that the Anti-Hijack feature has been
activated. 15 seconds later, the siren will go off continuously, and the engine will shut down. To
disarm, turn off the ignition switch and press button #2.
To Accessory Harness on
Main Control Module (MCM)
To CUT wire on Motorcycle
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Back-up Battery (BAT-5)
The back-up battery provides the system the ability to transmit information and activate the siren
when power is interrupted. If power is ever interrupted while the system is activated the back-up
battery will be engaged, the transceiver will receive a full alarm and the siren will sound in 25
second increments. If power is not restored the alarm will continue to transmit and sound for six
cycles.
Note:
The system has to be correctly installed for at least 12 hours before full function of the
back-up battery can be used.
To check the status of the back-up battery active the system using button #1.
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If the Alarm chirps 3 times the back-up battery is in good working condition
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If the system chirps 2 times the back-up battery is not fully charge.
Note:
If the system chirps only 2 times and it has been correctly connected for more the 12
hours the battery needs replacement. (Contact Aritronix for replacement options)
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Limited Warranty
Scorpio-branded security products come with a 2-year (from time of purchase) limited
warranty. This includes all components and accessories that are manufactured by
Aritronix Ltd. The following sections describe the limited warranties.
What is covered by this limited warranty?
This limited warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship in your — our end-user
customer's — Scorpio-branded hardware products, including Scorpio-branded
accessory products.
What is not covered by this limited warranty?
This limited warranty does not cover cosmetic damage, damage/failure due to acts of
God: Problems that result from:
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External causes such as accident, abuse, misuse, or problems with electrical power.
Usage that is not in accordance with product instructions or modifications of the
product.
Failure to follow the product instructions.
Problems caused by using accessories, parts, or components not manufactured or
approved by Scorpio.
What should you do if you experience a problem with a Scorpio product?
First contact Aritronix, Ltd. using one of the methods listed below. [Proof of purchase,
installer and motorcycle information will be requested]. If after assistance from our
trained staff it is determined that the Scorpio product may be faulty then you will provide
with detailed information on processing a warranty claim. All warranty claims must
contain a return authorization number (RA#). Aritronix, Ltd. will not accept any package
that does not have been approved for warranty repair/exchange.
Shipping and Handling
If a warranty claim is requested and approved a standard shipping and handling
charge will apply. All charges have to be paid before package is returned back to
customer.
FCC Notice
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must
accept any interference that may cause undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this device.
For technical assistance with any of the procedures on this manual, or for warranty claims
please contact Aritronix at:
www.scorpioalarms.com
[email protected]
Toll Free
(800)428-0440
International
(480)951-1109
Aritronix Ltd
16055 N. Dial Blvd. B-10
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
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