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PROFESSIONAL 2-WAY LCD REMOTE CAR STARTER & ALARM SYSTEM
With
Built in Temperature, Voltage Sensor
And Two-way Serial Port Data Link
OPERATION MANUAL
THIS PRODUCT IS DESIGNED FOR PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION ONLY
Congratulations on your purchase of the RS-730 LCD remote start vehicle security system. We sincerely hope the purchase
of the RS-730 remote start security system gives peace of mind to you.
The RS-730 LCD is a state-of-the-art two-way communication system. Please take the time to read over this manual to
thoroughly familiarize your self with the many features and options of the RS-730 LCD.
Auto Page, Inc. has over 25 years of experience in the vehicle security industry in the United States and is a wholly owned
subsidiary of Iwata Electric Co., of Tokyo, Japan. Iwata has been an industry leader for over 50 years, establishing a
reputation for ingenuity in its engineering capability and innovative communication products. Auto Page and Iwata maintain a
long tradition of providing the best value to their customers.
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. The vehicle windows must be rolled up.
7. Should the unit malfunction, disconnect the fuse until the problem is corrected.
8. The use and operations of this system is the sole responsibility of the operator.
9. Some areas may have local ordinances that prohibit leaving a vehicle running on public streets.
10.It is not safe to remote start the vehicle if the vehicle is parked on a steep incline.
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LCD REMOTE CONTROL TRANSCEIVER: XT-74 LCD
A. BATTERY REPLACEMENT:
This system needs no specific maintenance beyond remote control battery replacement. The 2-way remote is
powered by a 1.5V AAA battery. The 1-way remote is powered by a pair of 3V, CR2016 batteries.
Battery Level Indicator (2-way remote)
The Battery Level indicator has three level indicators that serve as a visual indication of battery charge. When
the battery reaches a low charge level that requires replacement, the remote control will generate a single
will flash continuously.
notification chirp, and the Battery Level indicator
Gently pull the end of the battery door away from the top of the remote control then slide the door up to expose
the battery and remove the expired battery. Place the new battery into the remote. When power is returned the
remote control will display all icons in the LCD and generate all beeper tones once. Press any button on the
remote to terminate the beeper tone review.
B. STANDARD LCD ICON CONFIGURATIONS:
The lock icon will be displayed when
the door locked.
The unlock icon will be displayed when
the door unlock
Sensor Bypass
Sensor 1 bypass under Arm mode
Hidden Alarm Mode
The security system arm with hidden
alarm function (silent alarm)
Valet Mode
Remote start and alarm functions shall
be temporarily on hold.
Hood Trigger
Hood is illegally opened (Zone 1)
Trunk Trigger
Trunk is illegally opened (Zone 2)
Door Open Warning
Doors are illegally opened (Zone 3)
Sensor Trigger
Trigger on Sensor 1 (Zone 4)
Ignition Trigger
Ignition switch is illegally turned on
(Zone 5)
System trigger
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12:00
Remote Transmission
You are transmitting the signal to
control unit
In – Range Indicator
You are within the range of the remote
control.
Anti Car-Jack Mode
Activate the anti car-jacking mode
Icon flash under check mode
Engine Cranking
Your vehicle engine Cranking by
remote control
Engine Running
Your vehicle's engine is running
Timer Control Start
Engine start automatically every 2 or
3 hours.
Temperature Start
Engine start automatically when reach
programmed temperature.
Daily Start
Engine start automatically at the same
time next day
Turbo Timer
Turbo timer was set up
Manual Gear
Engine Start Memorizing for the car
with manual gear was set up
Activate Channel 3 (Trunk Release).
Activate Channel 3
Activate Channel 4
Time Monitor
Alarm Clock
You have set morning call alarm
12:00
Parking Meter
Reminder when time is up for parking
Low Battery
You have to replace the battery of
remote control.
Melody Mode
Remote Control alert user through
melody sound
Vibration Mode
Remote Control vibrates when the
system is triggered
OPERATION:
REMOTE TRANSMITTER OPERATION:
C:
Transmitter
Button
System Function
Remark
Lock Doors & Arm System
Press and Hold for 3 seconds. Press Trunk
button to stop panic function
Press when in armed mode
Panic function
Car Locator
Arm and Delete The 2 Stage Shock
Sensor
Arm System and Hidden Alarm
Function
Silent Arming / Disarming
Active Anti Car-Jacking Mode
Press
twice within 3 seconds. Pass will
appear on the remote
Press within 3 seconds and Hold
button for 2 seconds
Ignition in "off" position.
Ignition in "on" position press and hold for 2
seconds
Unlock Doors & Disarm System
Two Steps Door Unlock & Disarm
System(optional)
Trunk Release (Channel 3)
Passive Arming By-pass
Press twice within 3 seconds.
Press and Hold for 2 seconds
While the system Disarmed.
Press button once.
Press Twice if set to
start safety mode
Optional
For regular XT-33 remote transmitter Only
Activate or Turn Off The Remote Start
II
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Switching code For 2nd Car
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D CHIRP INDICATORS:
Chirp
1 chirp
2 chirps
3 chirps
4 chirps
6 chirps
PARKING LIGHT:
Function
Arm
Disarm
Defective Reminder
Disarm / Triggered
Car Locator
Parking light
1 flash
2 flashes
3 flashes
12 flashes
Constant On
Function
Arm
Disarm
Disarm / Triggered
Car Locator
Under Remote Start
ALARM OPERATING CONDITION:
1. Arming
Siren / Horn
1 or 3 Chirps
2. Disarming
2 or 4 Chirps 2 or 3 Flashes
Alarming
Parking Light
1 Flash
3. Trigger
4. Passive
Starter
Disable
5. Panic
6. Car-Jacking
Flashes
Alarming
Alarming
Flashes
Flashes
7. Car Locator
6 Chirps
12 Flashes
LED
Slow Flash
Doors
Locking
Starter
Disable
Unlocking
Slow Flash
Disable
Fast Flash
Disable
Disable
Dome Light
Turns on for 30
-second
Flashes
Flashes
Flashes
Locking
E. ACTIVE ARMING – LOCK & ARM:
1. Press
button on the transmitter.
2. The siren will chirp once and parking light will flash once indicating that the system is now armed. The vehicle’s doors will
lock upon arming if interfaced with the security system.
DEFECTIVE SENSOR REMINDER: If the siren sounds 3 chirps, then you have left a door, trunk, or hood lid ajar.
SILENT ARMING / DISARMING: Press the transmitter
and
buttons at the same time. This will arm or disarm your
security system, No chirp sound will be heard, arm / disarm confirmation will be through the vehicles parking lights only.
SENSOR BY-PASS:
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.
Sensor By-Pass : Press the
button two times within 5 seconds will arm the security system and by-pass the
shock sensor.
HIDDEN ALARM FUNCTION: Silent Alarm
Press the
button first; within 3 seconds press the
button to activate the hidden alarm function. The security
system will arm and with “Hidden Alarm Function” The siren / horn will be silenced even if the sensor is triggered
in the armed status. Alarm indication will only appear on the LCD Transmitter.
F. PASSIVE ARMING (Programmable)
Active arming / disarming is controlled by 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 reopen any door / hood / trunk,
the security system LED will stop flashing. It will begin flashing again once all vehicle entrances are closed.
3. After the 30-second time 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
The vehicle doors will automatically lock after the passive arming cycle has been completed.
PASSIVE ARMING BY-PASS: While the system is disarmed, Press the
button twice, the system 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 transmitter
or
buttons and the system will return to normal status.
G. ACTIVE DISARMING – UNLOCK & DISARM:
1. Press
button on the transmitter.
2. The siren will chirp twice and the parking lights will flash twice indicating that the security system is now disarmed. The
vehicle’s doors will unlock and the dome light will turn on for 30 seconds upon disarming. (Note: Power door locks and
dome light must be installed with the security system.)
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TAMPER DISARMING: If the alarm is triggered, upon disarm the system’s siren will chirp 4 times, and the parking lights will
flash 3 times telling you the alarm has been triggered during the last armed state.
PATHWAY ILLUMINATION: When receiving an unlock /disarm signal, this feature will turn the parking lights “ON” for 30
seconds and for 10 seconds upon the lock signal. (Programmable)
TWO STEPS DOOR UNLOCK (Optional): This feature will independently unlock the driver’s door only when disarming the
security system. Pushing the
button a second time within 3 seconds will unlock the other doors.
AUTOMATIC RE-ARM: If this feature is selected, the security system will automatically re-arm itself in 60 seconds after
disarming with remote transmitter. Automatic rearm will cancel if any door is opened before the 60 seconds timer has
elapsed.
H. DISARMING WITHOUT A TRANSMITTER
OVERRIDES THE ALARM WITHOUT PASSWORD PIN CODE:
(Factory Default Setting)
The Override function may be used if the remote transmitter is lost or inoperative.
1. Enter the vehicle and turn the ignition switch to the 'ON’ position.
2. (Alarm will sound.)
3. Within 10 seconds push and release the valet switch. The alarm will stop sounding and enter the disarm mode.
You can now start and operate the vehicle normally.
OVERRIDE THE ALARM WITH PASSWORD PIN CODE:
Unlike valet switch that can easily be found and defeated, this security system allows the consumer to program a
password pin code offering a higher level of security.
1. Enter the vehicle and turn the ignition switch to 'ON’ position. (Alarm will sound.)
2. Within 5 seconds, enter your chosen first digit code by pressing and releasing the Valet Switch. (When finished
above procedures, system's siren will stop alarming, lights will stop flashing, but the vehicle can’t be started.)
3. Within 15 seconds of the last digit code enter (the 1st code), then turn the Ignition Switch “OFF” and then “ON”.
4. Within 15 seconds, enter your chosen second digit code by pressing and releasing the Valet Switch.
5. Turn the ignition switch “OFF” position. 4 Chirps from siren/horn and 3 flashes from the parking light indicate
the system has disarmed.
Note: You must override the alarm within 60 seconds. If not, the system will automatically re-arm.
EXAMPLE: To Override the System with the Password Code 83,
1. Enter the vehicle and turn the ignition switch to the 'ON’ position.
(Alarm will sound.)
2. Within 5 seconds, Press and Release the Valet Switch 8 times, (When finished the system's siren will stop
alarming, lights stop flashing, but the vehicle cannot be started or driven away.)
st
3. Within 15 seconds of entering the last digit code enter (the 1 code), turn the Ignition Switch “Off” and then “ON”.
4. Within 15 seconds, Press and Release the Valet Switch 3 times.
5. Turn the Ignition Switch to the “Off” position. 4 Chirps form siren/horn and 3 flashes from the parking lights will
indicate the system has disarmed.
I.
VALET MODE:
VALET MODE: (System is in Disarm Mode)
The valet switch allows you to temporarily bypass all alarm function, 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.
Get into/out valet mode using the ignition key.
Enter Valet Mode:
a). Under disarm mode, turn the ignition to “ON” position.
b). Press and hold valet switch for 2 seconds until the LED turns ON solid. The LED will remain on as long as
the system is in 'valet mode'.
Exit Valet Mode:
a). Turn ignition 'ON'.
b). Push and hold valet switch for 2 seconds, The LED will turn off indicate the system are exiting the valet
mode.
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J. CAR LOCATOR
Under armed mode, press the
button to active car locator function. The siren will chirp 6 times. The parking
light will flash 12 times, for you to easily locate your car.
K. PANIC FUNCTION:
The transmitter can be used as a remote panic switch to manually trigger the alarm in case of 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 disabled. The transmitter
and
button is
buttons can be used to lock and unlock the door (if the option is installed), however once the
pressed, the vehicle’s starter disable device, (where installed) will be disengaged allowing the vehicle to start.
3. To stop the alarm, press the trunk
button on the remote control
4. If the button is not pressed, the alarm will automatically stop after 30 seconds.
L. TRIGGER THE SYSTEM
When armed, your vehicle is protected as follows:
Light impact will trigger the warn-away signal.
Heavy impacts / Doors open /(if installed) Hood open / (if installed) Trunk open / Turning on the ignition key will
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 30 seconds. Then it will stop and automatic reset and re-arm.
If the any one of the sensors or detectors is still active, the alarm system will sound a maximum of 3 times of 30
seconds cycles.
NOISE ABATEMENT CIRCUIT: Your system has a “Noise Abatement Circuit”. It prevents annoying repetitive trigger
sequences due to faulty door pin switches or environmental conditions such as thunder, jackhammers airport
noise, etc.
Here’s how “Noise Abatement Circuit” works: The alarm triggers five times. Each time, the same sensor or switch
has triggered the alarm; the “Noise Abatement Circuit” will interpret this pattern of triggers as a false alarm. After
the third trigger, the “Noise Abatement Circuit” ignores, or bypasses, that sensor or switch until a different sensor
or switch is trigger.
“Noise Abatement Circuit” covers doors (Hood/Trunk) differently: If the alarm is triggered by an open door for
Three full cycles, the doors will be bypassed until the trigger ceases.
M. ANTI CAR- JACKING (Programmable)
Warning: If you don't need the carjacking function in this alarm system, be sure to set carjacking feature “OFF”.
This systems default setting is “OFF” for all carjacking modes.
ACTIVE ANTI CAR JACKING:
1.When the Ignition is ON press F button four times while “CAR JACK” is flashing in the text area, then press
button to activate Anti Car-Jacking mode or
and
buttons at the same time for 2 seconds. The parking lights
Under ignition ON, press and hold the
will turn on for 1.5 seconds to indicate the system has entered the anti car-jacking mode.
2. Once the system in anti car-jacking mode, the system will be triggered when any door is opened and closed
while the ignition is “ON”.
PASSIVE ANTI CAR- JACKING: (Programmable)
It will operate as noted below:
1. Turn the ignition switch to the “ON” position and the system will arm.
2. Once the system is armed, if you are forced from the vehicle, the system will trigger when the door is opened and closed
while the ignition is “ON”.
TRIGGERING THE ANTI CAR -JACKING MODE:
A). 50 seconds after the system has been triggered. The siren will start chirping for 15 seconds.
B). During this 15 second period of chirping, you will be alerted to push the valet switch once to turn off the car-jacking feature.
If not, it will enter a second timer for carjacking.
C). 65 seconds after the system has been triggered, the siren will start sounding and the parking lights will start flashing.
D). 90 seconds after the system has been triggered,
1. The siren will sound and the parking lights will flash, and
2. The starter disable will activate to prevent the vehicle from starting.
3. It will remain active until the vehicle's battery power is exhausted.
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OVERRIDE THE SYSTEM TO TURN OFF ANTI CAR- JACKING:
Turn the ignition switch from OFF to ON, and within 10 seconds push valet switch, the siren will stop and the system
disarmed
Note: If you use password pin code to double protect the vehicle security, you will need to use it to completely disarm the
system.
N. SYSTEM’S TRIGGER CHECK (For two-way transceiver operation only)
Press and hold F button of LCD remote until 3 beeps sound , release and re-press F button again, the LCD
button to activate
remote will show “ALARM “ icon flash on text area (see advanced users mode), then press
system trigger check.
Note: If the system has no response then you are out of range.
O. SYSTEM’S STATUS CHECK (For two-way transceiver operation only)
Press F button of LCD remote until 3 beeps sound , the LCD remote will show “STATUS “ icon flashing in the
text area (see advanced users mode), then press
button to activate system status check.
It responds with one melody sound and all vehicles’ status records will immediately displayed on the LCD screen.
Note: If it has no response then you are out of range.
P. DRIVER PAGING / LOST & FOUND (For two-way transceiver operation only)
This feature is useful the event that someone wants to page the driver of the parked vehicle or someone cannot
find his LCD remote transceiver.
Under the ignition switch “OFF” condition, press and hold the valet switch for 2 seconds to page the driver, one
chirp sound shall be emitted from the vehicle and the paging melody sound continues sounding from the Remote
LCD transceiver.
Q. DOME LIGHT CONVENIENCE SUPERVISION (Optional Feature)
The alarm has a unique feature that will turn on your vehicle dome light as follows:
1. Upon disarming, the interior light 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.
R. IGNITION CONTROL DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK. (Programmable Feature)
If the vehicles 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”. (Default setting is
“OFF”)
S. TRUNK RELEASE (CHANNEL 3) OUTPUT.
Press and hold
button on the transmitter for two seconds to remotely control the trunk release.
T. CHANNEL 4 TIMER CONTROL OUTPUT.
Press the transmitter
and
buttons at the same time to active Channel 4 function. or
Press and hold F button of LCD remote until 2 beeps sound , release and re-press
show “CH 4” icon flash, then press
button to activate channel 4 function.
F button the LCD remote will
Channel 4 is user-programmable timer output. You may program the built-in timer to send a ground signal for any time
duration from 1 second to 120 seconds. For instance, this timer output may be used to turn on the headlight, power window
or sunroof. (Factory defaults setting at momentary output.)
U. POWER SAVER MODE (Default OFF) * See advanced user mode
Under Menu mode press
button while “POWER SAVE” icon flash, press
button Power save ON, while the
power save mode, the LCD remote transceiver use “0” current to save the battery power. Press
button Power save
OFF
Exit: Press any button of the LCD remote transmitter to exit “Power Save Mode”.
V. POWER ON MEMORY:
This security system is equipped with circuitry that will allow the unit to remember its alarm state if the power is
lost and then reconnected.
W. SECOND VEHICLE SECURITY OPERATION:
Your 5-button remote transmitter can be utilized to control a second vehicles security system, To program the remote control
transmitter to a second vehicle, follow the instructions for Transmitter programming.
* For the standard transmitter (II
II)
II is shift button.
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Standard Transmitter
1. Prior to pushing any button on the transmitter. Press the Select II button first on the transmitter.
2. Once II button is pressed the LED on the transmitter will illuminate for 3 seconds to indicate the second transmitter pin
code has built-in.
3. While the LED is illuminated, press any button on the remote control transmitter to control a second vehicle security
system.
4.
nd
For LCD transceiver – 2 car operation :
a. Press and hold F button of LCD remote for 1 second until 2 beeps sound and then release the F button.
b. The text
will flash on the LCD screen, press
button to enter the menu.
c. Press
or
button to move up or down in the menu, find CAR SELECT on the menu.
d. Press
button to select the option you would like to adjust CAR 1 or CAR 2 for further operation.
Caution: If the LCD transmitter does not function. Please insure it is set to operate car #1
X. Clear the Flash Icon and Melody Sound: The Transmitter will reset the flashing icons the next time
the Ignition is cycled to the ON position.
Y. Stop The Trigger Melody Sound:
While triggering the alarm the LCD screen will alert the user through a
melody sound and a flashing trigger icon. Press any button on the LCD remote transmitter to stop melody sound only.
Z. Vibration / Melody Mode: (see advanced users menu for more info)
Press and hold the F button until 2 beeps are heard. You will see the word
.Press the trunk button
to
scroll through the menu. Scroll to the word “
Vibrate”. When you see the word “Buzzer Vibrate”,
press the trunk button once to enter programming. Press the
button to change the setting. (Buzzer, BZ VIB,
button to confirm.
Vibrate). Once a setting is chosen. Press the
REMOTE START OPERATION:
A. TO REMOTE START THE VEHICLE:
When you want to start your vehicle,
1. Press
button once on the transmitter.
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 couple seconds the parking lights will turn on and the climate controls will
activate and adjust the vehicle’s interior temperature to your preset setting. (While the vehicle is running, the
“minutes” digit on the LCD screen will flash and the will indicate countdown timer based on the 5, 10, 20 or 30
minute run time set up by your installation center.)
5. The vehicle will run for a programmable 5 to 30 minute cycle before shutting down. (When the unit shuts off
the countdown timer will turn off and the transmitter will play a melody.)
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 is switched to the “OFF” position. (If installed)
4. The gear selector is in any gear other then “PARK” or “NEUTRAL”.
SAFE START (Child safety mode)
Factory default is set to press the
button once on the transmitter to start the vehicle. You can program this feature to
eliminate an accidental remote start:
1. The user presses the transmitter
buttons twice within 3 seconds to start the vehicle. or
2. The user presses the transmitter
and
buttons at the same time to start the vehicle.
NOTE: Contact your installing dealer to activate this feature.
B. OPERATE THE VEHICLE WHILE RUNNING FROM THE REMOTE START:
To operate the vehicle while the engine is running from the remote start,
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.
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C. 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 once 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.
D. TURBO CHARGE MODE:
Turbo charger mode keeps the engine running after arriving at your destination for a programmable period of 1, 3 or 5
minutes, This allows the vehicle’s engine time to conveniently cool down the turbo after you have left the vehicle.
To activate:
1. While the engine is running, pull up the hand brake and place the transmission gear in the park position.
2. Before turning off the engine, press and release
and
buttons at the same time.
-- The LED will flash indicating the remote start has entered the turbo charger mode
3. Take the “Ignition Key” from the key cylinder.
-- Engine keeps running. -4. Exit and secure the vehicle.
-- Engine continues running until the pre-programmed time elapsed. --
appear on LCD remote.
NOTE: This feature only applies to vehicles with Turbo Charged Engines.
E. TIMER START:
This unit can be programmed to start and run the engine every 3 hours or punctually at the same time next morning, the
engine will run for the programmed running time and then shut down.
IMPORTANT: Timer Start should be used only in open areas, never start and run the vehicle in on enclosed space
as a garage or carport.
Daily Timer Start: The feature is very useful for the driver who wants to run the vehicle punctually at the same time next
morning. Before set-up of the “Daily Timer Start”, you should set you time for engine start.( see Timer Setting / Timer set-up
for “Daily Timer Start, in Advanced users Mode)
ENTER:
button once to remote start the vehicle. As soon as the vehicle is running and the parking lights have turned
1. Press the
ON or are flashing.
2. Immediately depress the
button once, within 2 seconds
3-a. 3 Hours Timer Start: Rapidly depresses the
button (or depresses
buttons, if you program
buttons = Start / Stop button.) The parking light will flash (3) times /
The vehicle is now programmed to start every 3 hours.
icon appear. The siren or horn chirps (3) times.
3-b. Daily Timer Start: Depress the transmitter’s “F” button first, within 3 seconds press the
button. The
parking light will flash (6) times. The siren chirps (6) times. The vehicle is now programmed to start at the same
time of the next day. Your set time for the next day engine start flashes for approx. 3 seconds on the LCD screen.
After 3 seconds
icon stays displayed on the LCD screen.
Or Follow programmed Daily Start Timer on LCD remote in Advanced user mode.
Press
button of LCD remote transceiver to activate Daily Start feature.
3.
Press the brake pedal to stop the vehicle running.
4.
Please insure that you fully understand this feature before programming the timer start mode.
Exit the timer start: Timer start can be exited manually as follows:
1. Make sure the remote start system is not operating the engine.
2. Turn the ignition on. The LED and parking light will flash (4) times. The horn chirps (4) times. Or
1. Press the
button twice to remote start the vehicle. As soon as the vehicle is running and the parking light have turned on
or flashing.
2. Immediately depress the
button then press and hold the
button for 2 seconds. (or depresses
buttons, if
you program
buttons = Start / Stop button.) The parking light will flash (4) times. The siren or horn chirps (4) times.
The vehicle is no longer programmed to start automatically.
F. TEMPERATURE CHECK
With the built in temperature sensor you can monitor, Through the LCD screen, the present indoor temperature of the
passenger compartment of your vehicle.
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Press and hold the transmitter “
F” button first until 3 chirps are heard. Then press the F
Button three more times so that
TEMP appears on the remote. Within 3 seconds press
button; the in-door temperature will be shown on the LCD
screen. This reading may be higher than actual ambient temperature due to the greenhouse effect and is relative only to the
inside vehicle temperature.
G. TO TURN OFF THE REMOTE START:
When the engine is running (by remote start), if you want to stop it,
1. Press
button once on the remote transmitter under the remote start mode.
2. Move the optional remote start enable toggle switch to OFF position. (If installed)
3. Press the brake pedal
The vehicle will shut down and turn off the parking light to indicate the engine has stopped.
H. 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. The parking (hand) brake is released (For Turbo Timer Mode)
4. Engine is over-revved. {“Tachometer checking type” only}
5. The pre-programmed run time (5 /10 / 20 / 30 minutes) has elapsed.
6. Press
button on the remote transmitter under remote start mode.
7. The system trigger.
8. The vehicle refused to start running after {3} unsuccessful attempts.
I. 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.
ADVANCED USER’S MODE:
C. LCD REMOTE CONTROL TRANSCEIVER OPERATION:
Enter: Press and hold F Button until beep sound respond from LCD transceiver indicate into table 1 – 5 as
below.
Exit: Press the
or
button to exit this mode.
Table 1: ONE beep to confirm (Press and hold until ONE Beep is heard)
F Button
LCD Display
Press once
Backlight turns on for 5 seconds
Press twice within 5
PASS and
Press
seconds
PASS icon flashing
bypass the sensor 1.
Press three times within
HIDDEN ALARM and
Press
5 seconds
Press four times within 5
Button
button to arm the alarm and
button to arm system and
with Hidden Alarm Function.
icon flashing
CAR JACK and
Ignition in "on" position press and hold
seconds
button for 2 seconds to activate anti
icon flashing
carjacking functions.
Table 2: TWO beeps to confirm (Press and hold until TWO Beeps are heard)
F Button
LCD display
Press and hold the F
MENU flashing
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Button for 2 second
mode
until 2 beeps sounded
Press one more time
CH 4 flashing
Press
within 5 seconds
button to activate channel
4 function
Table 3:THREE beeps to confirm(Press and hold until THREE Beeps are heard)
F Button
LCD display
Press and hold the F
STATUS and
Button for 3 second
Button
Press
icon flashing
button to check the
Vehicle Status.
until 3 beeps sounded
Press ONE more time
ALARM and
Press
within 5 seconds
Press TWO more
times within 5 seconds
Press THREE more
times within 5 seconds
Press FOUR more
times within 5 seconds
button to check the
system trigger condition.
Voltage and
Check
TEMP and
Press
button to check the
Vehicle Battery condition.
Press
icon flashing
button to check the Interior
Temperature of the vehicle
Press
Start timer and
button to activate or
cancel daily start.
icon flashing
Table 4: FOUR beeps to confirm (Press and hold until FOUR Beeps are heard)
F Button
LCD display
Press and hold the F
DEMO mode
Button
Press
button to activate
Button for 4 second
Backlight will be ON until DEMO
until 4 beeps sounded
operation end.
Table 5: Do-Re-Mi sounds to confirm
F Button
LCD display
Press and hold the F
DEFLT flashing
Button
Press & hold
button for 2
Button for 6 second
seconds to back to default setting
until Do-Re-Mi
and 1 chip for confirm
sounded
D. PROGRAMMING LCD REMOTE:
Selecting and Adjusting Menu options:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Press and hold F button for 1 second until 2 beeps sound, then release the F button.
The text
will flash on the LCD screen, press
button to enter the menu.
Press
button to move up in the menu or
button to move down in the menu.
Press
button to select the option you would like to adjust.
Press
button to increase the value, to activate or deactivate a function or to toggle through
the selection.
Press
button to decrease the value, to activate or deactivate a function or to toggle
through the selection.
Press
button to move to the next sub-option or go back to the main menu.
button to exit the menu mode.
EXIT: Press
Order
Menu Option
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LCD display
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Parking Menu
- Parking hours
Default is
PARK METER
0:30
0 is flashing
- Parking
minutes
(value from 0 to 2).
0:30
30 is flashing
- Toggle
- Adjusts parking hour
- Adjusts parking minute
(value from 0 to 59).
- Enables parking countdown.
or
Parking
There is a beep 5 min. before the Parking
countdown
countdown reaches 0.
- Disables parking countdown.
Illumination
Default is
Menu
- Toggle
Illumination
Mode
3 SEC. or
5 SEC. or
OFF
Basic operation with backlight
Illumination 3 SEC. or 5 SEC.;
OFF – basic operation without backlight
Illumination.
Second Vehicle
Default is CAR 1
Security
Operation Menu
- Car Select
CAR 1 or
CAR 2
-CAR 1 operation.
- CAR 2 operation.
Clock Menu
- Clock hours
Default is
12:00AM
- Adjusts clock hour from 0 to 12
- Adjusts clock minute from 0 to 59
12 is flashing
- Clock minutes
12:00AM
00 is flashing
Alarm Clock
Default is
Menu
- Alarm hours
12:00AM
- Adjusts alarm clock hour from 0 to 12
- Adjusts alarm clock minute from 0 to 59
12 is flashing
- Alarm
minutes
- Toggle alarm
Back Light Color
12:00AM
00 is flashing
ON +
OFF
- Enable alarm clock or
or
- Disable alarm clock
COLOR
Default is COLOR 1
COLOR 1- 7
Confirmation
Menu
VIBRTE
VIBRTE +
VIB
Button Lock
- Adjusts color from Color 1 to Color 7
Default is
- Toggle BZ
or
or
- Buzzer or Vibration
Default is
- Toggle button
- button lock / Disable the transmission
lock
function temporarily
- button unlock / Enable the transmission
Function.
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Power Save
Default is
- Toggle power
- While the power save mode, the LCD
save
remote transceiver uses “0” current to
save the battery power.
- Power save OFF
Exit: Press any button of the LCD remote
transmitter to exit the “Power Save Mode”.
10
Daily Start Timer
Daily Start Time Adjust Only (ex. 7:30AM)
Setting
- Daily Start
Hour
- Daily Start
Minute
To Exit:
7:30AM
7:30AM
30 is flashing
Do not push any buttons for 15 seconds
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- Adjusts clock hour from 0 to 12
- Adjusts clock minute from 0 to 59
7 is flashing
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Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the
following measures:
. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
FCC Caution :To assure continued compliance, any changes or modifications not
expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's
authority to operate this equipment. (Example - use only shielded interface cables
when connecting to computer or peripheral devices).
FCC Radiation Exposure Statement
This device complies with Part 15 of the 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 received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
To satisfy FCC RF exposure compliance requirements, this device should be used in
hand-held, hand-operated configurations only. The device and its antenna must
maintain a separation distance of 20cm or more from a person’s body, except for the
hand and wrists, to satisfy RF exposure compliance.
This device is designed to be used in a person’s hands and its operating configurations
do not support normal transmissions while it is carried in pockets or holsters next tot a
person’s body.
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