Auto Page RS-650 User manual

Auto Page RS-650 User manual
RS-650
PROFESSIONAL REMOTE CAR STARTER
&
2 CHANNEL ALARM SYSTEM
OPERATIONS MANUAL
THIS PRODUCT IS DESIGNED FOR PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION ONLY
SYSTEM OPERATIONS
A. 5-BUTTON TRANSMITTER OPERATION
Transmitter
Button
System Function
Remark
Lock Doors & Arm System
Arm and Delete The Shock Sensor
-
Car locator
Panic function
Press
twice
seconds.
System Armed
Press and
seconds
within
Hold
for
5
3
Unlock Doors & Disarm System
-
Two Steps Door Unlock & Disarm
System
Silent Arming / Disarming
Press
twice
seconds.
within
3
Channel 2 (Trunk) Timer Control
Press and Hold for 2
seconds
While the System Stay in
Passive Arming Or ReArming.
Press and Hold for 1
seconds
+
-
Passive Arming By-Pass
Activate Remote Start or
Turn Off The Remote Start
Switching
code For
2nd Car
Operation or Garage Door Opener
A. ACTIVE LOCK & ARM:
1. Press button on the transmitter.
2. The horn will chirp once and parking light will flash once indicating that
the system is now armed. The vehicle doors will lock upon arming when
interfaced with the security system.
SILENT ARMING / DISARMING: Press the
+
button on the
transmitter will arm or disarm your security system, No chirp sound will
be heard, arm / disarm confirmation will be through the vehicles parking
lights only.
DEFECTIVE SENSOR REMINDER: If the siren sounds 3 chirps, then
you have left a door, trunk, or hood lid ajar. (See Alarm Feature “I
Programming)
SHOCK SENSOR / OPTIONAL SENSOR BY-PASS:
Press the
-
4
button once: The siren chirps once, The system is armed.
Press the
button a second time within 5 seconds: The siren chirps
twice, the Shock Sensor is now bypassed.
The sensor bypass feature is programmed to activate for one arming
cycle only. The security system will return to normal operation during
the next arming cycle.
B. PASSIVE ARMING
Active arming / disarming is controlling your security system via the
remote transmitter. This security system is equipped with an optional
Passive Arming feature, which allows the security system to arm 30
seconds after the last door is closed. Operation is as follows:
1. Turn the ignition to the “OFF” position and exit the vehicle.
2. After all entrances are closed, the security system LED will flash fast
for 30 seconds. If you re-open any door / hood / trunk, the security
system LED will stop flashing. It will begin flashing again once the
vehicle all entrances are closed.
After 30-second timer has elapsed, the security system will automatically
“ARM”. The siren will chirp [1] time and the parking lights will flash [1]
time.
PASSIVE ARMING WITH PASSIVE DOOR LOCKING
(See Alarm Feature “I - 2” Programming):
The vehicle doors will automatically lock after passive arming cycle
has been completed.
PASSIVE ARMING BY-PASS: While the LED is fast flashing for passive
arming or Automatic re-arm, Press the
buttons twice, the security
will respond with [1] chirp and LED will turn “ON”. The security system
will remain in this temporary state for as long as you wish.
To exit passive by-pass, press the
return to normal status.
or
button and the system will
C. ACTIVE UNLOCK & DISARM:
1. Press
button on the transmitter.
2. The horn will chirp twice and parking light will flash twice to indicating
that the security system is now disarmed. The vehicle doors will unlock and dome light wills turns on for 30 seconds upon disarming when
interfaced with the security system.
TAMPER DISARMING: If the alarm was triggered in your absence, upon
disarming the system, the siren will chirp 4 times, the parking lights will
flash 3 times.
PATHWAY ILLUMINATION (See Alarm Feature “II - 4” Programming):
This feature turns the parking lights “ON” for 30 seconds upon a unlock
signal and for 10 seconds upon the lock signal.
TWO STEP DOOR UNLOCK (See Alarm Feature “III - 3”
Programming):This feature will independently unlock the driver’s door
only when disarming the security system. Pushing the
ond time within 3 seconds will unlock the entire vehicle.
button a sec-
AUTOMATIC RE-ARM (See Alarm Feature “I - 3” Programming):
If this feature is selected, the security system will automatically re-arm
itself 60 seconds after disarming with remote transmitter. Automatic rearm will cancel if any door is opened before the 60 seconds timer has
elapsed.
D. DISARMING WITHOUT A TRANSMITTER
The Override function may be used if the remote transmitter is lost or
inoperative.
1. Enter the vehicle and turn the ignition switch to ‘ON’ position.
2. Within 10 seconds push and release the valet switch
The alarm will enter the disarm mode. You can now start and operate
the vehicle normally.
E. VALET MODE: (System in Disarm or Valet mode)
The valet switch allows you to temporarily bypass all alarm functions,
eliminating the need to hand your transmitter to parking attendants or
garage mechanics. When the system is in valet mode, all alarm functions
and remote start functions are bypassed, however the remote panic feature and remote door locks will remain operational. To use the valet mode,
the system must first be disarmed either by using your remote transmitter, or by operating the Manual override sequence.
Enter Valet Mode:
1. From the disarmed condition, turn the ignition to “ON” position.
2. Push and hold valet switch for 2 seconds until the LED turns on. The
LED will remain on as long as the system is in ‘valet mode’.
Exit Valet Mode:
1. Return to normal operation, turn ignition ‘on’.
Push and hold valet switch for 2 seconds, The LED will turns off
indicating the system has exited the valet mode.
F. PANIC FUNCTION:
The transmitter can be used as a remote panic switch to manually trigger the alarm in case emergency.
1. Press and hold the button for 3 second. The alarm will immediately
sound.
2. During panic mode, the normal function of this transmitter button will
be suspended. The
and
buttons can be used to lock and unlock the doors (if the option is installed), however once the button is
pressed, the vehicle’s starter disable device, (where installed) will be
enable allowing the vehicle to start.
3. To stop the alarm, press and hold the or
button on the
transmitter again for 3 seconds. Also if any transmitter button other
than the
or
button is pressed and released, the panic mode
will be turned off immediately.
4. If no buttons are pressed, the alarm will automatically stop after
60 seconds.
G. TRIGGER THE SYSTEM
When armed, your vehicle is protected as follows:
1. Light impacts will trigger the warn-away signal. A [3] long chirp from
siren/horn.
2. Heavy impacts / Doors open / Hood open / Trunk open / Turn on the
ignition key will all trigger the programmed sequence.
The starter disable relay (if installed) prevents the vehicle’s starter from
cranking. The siren, horn, parking lights, and dome light will turn on
alerting of an intrusion for 60 seconds. Then it will stop and automatic
reset and re-arm. If one of the sensors or detectors is still active, the
alarm system will sound a maximum of 3 times of 60 seconds cycles.
H. DOME LIGHT CONVENIENCE DELAY & SUPERVISION
(See Alarm Feature III – 2 Programming)
The alarm with a unique feature which will turn on your vehicle dome
light as following:
1. Upon disarming, the interior lights will remain on for 30 seconds.
2. If the vehicle is intruded, the interior light will flash for the same duration
as the siren.
Note: Turning on the ignition switch or arming the alarm will turn off the
dome light.
I. IGNITION CONTROL DOOR LOCKS.
(See Alarm Feature II – 2 Programming).
If the vehicle’s door locks have been interfaced to the security system,
the system will automatically lock the vehicle’s doors when the ignition is
turned “ON” and /or unlock the vehicle’s doors when the ignition is turned
“OFF”.
J. TRUNK RELEASE
Press and hold the
button on transmitter for two seconds to remote
control the trunk release or other electric devices.
K. CAR LOCATOR
Press the
button while the system is armed to activate the car locator
function. The horn will chirp 6 times and the parking lights will flash 12
times so you may easily locate your car.
LED DISPLAY
LED
Off
Function
Disarmed
Slow
Flash
Fast
Flash
On
(Solid)
Armed
Passive Arming
Valet Mode
LED
2
flashes...
pause
3
flashes...
pause
4
flashes...
pause
5
flashes...
pause
CHIRP INDICATOR
Chirp
1 chirp
2 chirps
3 chirps
4 chirps
6 chirps
Function
Arm
Disarm
Defective Reminder
Disarm / Triggered
Car Locator
Function
Zone 2: Trigger on Trunk/Hood
Zone 3: Trigger on Door Switch
Zone 4: Trigger on Optional
Sensor
Zone 5: Trigger on Ignition
Switch
PARKING LIGHTS
Parking light
1 flash
2 flashes
3 flashes
12 flashes
Constant On
Function
Arm
Disarm
Disarm / Triggered
Car Locator
Under
Remote
Start
ALARM OPERATING INDICATORS
Siren, Horn
1
or
3
Chirps
2. Disarming 2
or
4
Chirps
3. Trigger
Alarming
1. Arming
4. Panic
5.
Car Locator
Alarming
6 Chirps
Parking Light
1 Flash
LED
Slow
Flash
2 or 3 Flashes Fast
Flash
Flashes
Slow
Flash
Flashes
12 Flashes
Doors
Locking
Starter
Disable
Unlocking
Disable
Dome Light
Turns on for
30-second
Flashes
Flashes
REMOTE START OPERATIONS
WARNINGS:
As with any product that performs automatic functions, there are certain
safety precautions that you must practice and be aware of.
1. Keep the transmitter out of children’s reach.
2. Do not leave anyone in the vehicle while running on remote control.
3. Alert servicing personnel that the vehicle can be started automatically.
4. Do not start the vehicle by remote while it’s in an enclosed area or garage.
5. Always apply the parking brake and lock the vehicle as you exit the
vehicle.
6. Should the unit malfunction, disconnect the fuse until the problem is
corrected.
7. The use and operations of this system is the sole responsibility of the
operator.
8. Some areas may have local ordinances that prohibit leaving a vehicle
running on public streets.
A. TO REMOTE START THE VEHICLE:
When you want to start your vehicle,
1. Press
button on the transmitter for 1 second.
2. The parking light will activate to indicate the remote start received the
signal.
3. The engine will start in approximately 5 seconds.
4. Once the engine is running, after a couple of seconds the parking
lights will turn on again and the climate controls will be activated adjusting the vehicle’s interior temperature to your preset setting.
5. The vehicle will run for 5, 10, 20 or 30 minute programmable cycles
and then automatically shut down.
NOTE:
The Remote Start Unit will not start the vehicle if any one of the following
conditions exists:
1. The hood is opened.
2. The brake pedal is pressed.
3. The optional remote start enable toggle switch is moved to the OFF
position. (If installed)
4. The gear selector is in any gear other then “PARK” or “NEUTRAL”
B. TO TURN OFF THE REMOTE START:
When the engine is running (by remote start), if you want to stop it,
1. Press
button on the transmitter.
2. Move the optional remote start enable toggle switch to the OFF
position. (If installed)
3. Press the brake pedal
The vehicle will shut down and turn off the parking lights to indicate the
engine has stopped.
C. TO OPERATE THE VEHICLE WHILE RUNNING ON THE
REMOTE START:
To operate the vehicle while running with the remote start ON:
1. Insert the ignition key and turn it to “ON” (not the start) position.
2. Press the brake pedal.
Note: If the brake pedal is pressed before the key is in the ON position, the
engine will shut down.
D. TEMPORARY STOP FEATURE:
This feature allows the vehicle to remain running after the key has been
removed from the ignition. This feature is useful for occasions when you
wish to exit and lock the vehicle for short periods of time, but would like to
leave the motor running and the climate control on.
1. Before turning off the engine, press the
button on the transmitter
and the LED indicator will flash 3
times to confirm enter.
2. Turn the ignition key to OFF position. (The engine will stay running.)
3. The engine will run until the pre-programmed time elapsed or shutdown input is received.
E. TIMER START:
This unit can be programmed to start and run the engine every 3 hours.
The engine will run for the programmed run time and then shut down.
IMPORTANT: Timer Start should be used only in open areas; Never start
and run the vehicle in an enclosed space such as a garage or carport.
3 hours timer start: This feature is design for an extreme cold climate
usage. The system will auto start the vehicle every 3 hours, to prevent
engine freezing and hard to start. A MAXIMUM OF SIX CYCLES CAN
OCCUR.
ENTER STEPS:
1. Press the
button to remote start the vehicle(Waiting for the Parking
Lights to stay on).
2. Immediately depress the
button, then immediately,
3. Depress and Hold down the
button until the parking lights flash (3)
times and the siren or horn chirps (3) times.
The vehicle is now programmed to start every (3) hours.
4. Press the brake pedal to stop the vehicle running.
Exit the timer start:
Timer start can be exited manually as follows:
1. REPEAT the “ENTER STEPS” from above,
-OR2. Turn the ignition on. The LED and parking light will flash (4) times. The
horn chirps (4) times.
The vehicle is no longer programmed to start automatically.
F. SHUT-DOWN INPUT FOR REMOTE STARTER:
If any of the following conditions exist while the system is operating, the
engine will not start or will shut down immediately:
1. The hood is opened.
2. The brake pedal is pressed.
3. Move the optional remote start enable toggle switch to OFF position.
(If installed)
4. Engine is over-revved. {“Tachometer checking type” only}
5. The pre-programmed run time (5 /10 / 20 / 30 minutes) has elapsed.
button is pressed.
6. Transmitter
7. The vehicle refused to start running after {3} unsuccessful attempts.
G. DISABLING THE REMOTE START SYSTEM: (If installed)
This feature allows your system’s remote start unit to be temporarily
disabled to prevent the vehicle from being remote started accidentally.
This feature is useful if the vehicle is being serviced or stored in an
enclosed area. To disable the remote start, move the optional remote
start enable toggle switch to the OFF position.
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY PROVISIONS
( U.S. and Continental U.S. Only)
1. AutoPage, Inc. WARRANTS that this new unit has been thoroughly inspected
and tested at the factory prior to delivery. Your AutoPage equipment is guaranteed for “life” to the original purchaser/user of the equipment under the
following conditions: If the product proves defective (according to AutoPage’s
testing) within the first year, the defective unit may be exchanged or repaired
free of charge. “Proof of Purchase” (dated sales receipt) must accompany all
warranty returns; otherwise, your return will be rejected and sent back.
After one (1) year, the purchaser should ship the unit prepaid to AutoPage
with a money order in the amount of $20.00 to cover shipping and handling
charges. Note: The enclosed Warranty Card may be required to receive
warranty services.
2. This WARRANTY will be considered void if the equipment has been misused,
neglected, improperly serviced, altered, dropped or damaged by water, contrary to the AutoPage OPERATIONS MANUAL. Or, if used with accessories
not approved by AutoPage, which may have contributed to the defect.
3. The purchaser’s remedies under this WARRANTY shall be limited to the repair or replacement of electronic components only. THE FOLLOWING IS
NOT COVERED: Damages or deterioration to cases, batteries, covers and
cabinets; the cost of repairs, replacement and labor of which shall be borne
by the purchaser even if occurring during the WARRANTY period.
4. Any equipment or parts which are claimed to be defective under this WARRANTY must be sent to the AutoPage Service center with “proof of purchase”
at the purchaser’s expense prior to such return, a Return Authorization Number should be obtained. AutoPage will return the equipment, charges prepaid. Warranty Service can be provided through the dealer where the equipment is originally purchased.
5. Any unexpired WARRANTY shall be applicable to equipment and parts in the
possession of the original purchaser only.
6. THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ANY AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES,
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
7. AutoPage shall not be liable, under the foregoing WARRANTIES or otherwise, for: Any personal injury of any kind to the purchaser, its employees or
agents or anyone else whomsoever resulting directly or indirectly from the
use or presence of the equipment or parts; Consequential damages of any
kind; Any inability of the purchaser to use the equipment.
This WARRANTY CARD is for your record. However, AutoPage reserves the right to
request you to submit this WARRANTY CARD which must have complete information
to receive warranty service. Please keep this card in a secured place.
AUTOPAGE WARRANTY SERVICE CARD
Model:
_______________
Serial # _______________
CUSTOMER TO COMPLETE
DEALER TO COMPLETE
Mr/Mrs/Ms
_______________________________
Your Name (Please Print)
________________________________
Company Name
_______________________________
Address
________________________________
Dealer’s Address
_______________________________
City, State, Zip Code
________________________________
City, State, Zip Code
_______________________________
Telephone Number
________________________________
Dealer’s Telephone Number
_______________________________
Year / Make / Model of Vehicle
________________________________
Date of Installation / Purchase
________________________________
Dealer’s Signature
“Proof of Purchase” which includes the store name and date of purchase must
accompany all warranty returns.
It is the purchaser’s responsibility to keep this card for any future warranty service.
AutoPage Inc.
1815 West 205th Street
Torrance, CA 90501
310-618-2002
1815 W. 205th Street Suite #101 Torrance, CA 90501
Tel: (310) 618-2002 or (800) 262-2527
www.autopageusa.com
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