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Manual del usuario Viper - 5902

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The company behind Viper

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Auto Security Systems

is Directed Electronics.

Since its inception, Directed Electronics has had one
purpose, to provide consumers with the finest vehicle
security and car stereo products and accessories
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Innovations Awards in the field of advanced electronic
technology, Directed Electronics is ISO 9001 registered.

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throughout North America and around the world.

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    O W N E R’ S G U I D E M O D E L 5902 © 2009 Directed Electronics, All rights reserved. G5902V 2009 07 The company behind Viper ® Auto Security Systems is Directed Electronics. Since its inception, Directed Electronics has had one purpose, to provide consumers
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    Congratulations Congratulations on the purchase of your state-of-the-art remote start and security system. Reading this Owner’s Guide prior to using your system will help maximize the use of your system and its many fea-tures. For more information please
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    Important information Government Regulations and Safety information Read the Government Regulations and Warning! Safety First sections of this manual prior to operating this system. Warning! Failure to heed this information can result in death, personal
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    Contents Getting Started .................................................................................................... 4 Charging the remote control: ................................................................. 4Keys to using this manual ......................................................................
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    Button Beeps ..................................................................................... 25Paging ............................................................................................ 25Temp Units .......................................................................................
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    Out of Range .................................................................................... 47No Remote Output ............................................................................. 47Feature not Available .........................................................................
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    4 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Getting Started Your Responder HD remote is powered by an internal rechargeable battery that can only be serviced by an authorized Directed dealer. Due to transit and storage time prior to your purchase,
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    At a Glance 5 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Keys to using this manual Specific actions (in bold type) and style conventions are used consis-tently throughout this manual, they are as follows: Toggle: s implies rolling the menu wheel up
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    6 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Remote Control Information 1-800-274-0200 RPN 7941V IC: 1513A-7941 FCC ID:EZSDEI7941 InternalAntenna Display CommandButtons RemoteDetails ResetButton MenuWheel Feature Description Internal Antenna* Used
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    At a Glance 7 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Control Center Status LED Control button The Control Center, typically located on the upper part of the front windshield sends and receives commands or messages to and from your system. It consists
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    8 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Status Screen Icons Clock Battery Level Timer Mode/Smart Start Remote Start Status Name Tag Info Center Sensor Status Siren Status Page/Alerts System Status The table below describes all the Status screen
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    At a Glance 9 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Feature Description Name Tag Displays a personalized name tag 1-15 characters long Info Center Displays the Remote Start runtime, Temperature Auto-report, Parking meter and Countdown timers.
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    10 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Using your System Commands and Confirmations Commands, Basic or Advanced, are used to activate system features and are performed by pressing one of the Command buttons. Basic commands control the most often
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    Commands 11 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Press 2. the button while this screen is still on to perform the Silent Arm command.The Responder HD remote will play the 3. SILENT ARM animation followed by the Status screen. Blank Display Toggle
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    12 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Basic commands (function level 1) Arm Press and release The alarm arms, doors lock (if connected), and the siren chirps and lights flash once. The ARMED animation and beeps play to confirm. If Valet mode*
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    Commands 13 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Disarm Press and release The alarm disarms, doors unlock (if connected), and the siren chirps and lights flash twice. The DISARM animation and beeps play to con- firm. If Valet mode* is On the doors
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    14 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Advanced commands: Function Level 2 From blank screen, toggle menu wheel down 2 times Silent Arm Press and release The alarm arms, doors lock (if connected), and the lights flash once. The SILENT ARM animation
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    Commands 15 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Silent Disarm Press and release The alarm disarms, doors unlock (if connected), and the lights flash twice. The SILENT DISARM animation plays to confirm. The Alarm Trig- ger report* may replace
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    16 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Advanced commands: Function Level 3 From blank screen, toggle menu wheel down 3 times Sensor Bypass Press and release to access menu The Sensor Bypass menu screen has four options, pressing the appro-priate
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    Commands 17 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Remote Valet Press and release Enters (or if On, exits) Valet Mode. The VALET MODE ENTER or EXIT VALET MODE animation and beeps play to confirm. See Valet Mode for more details Advanced Start*
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    18 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Advanced commands: Function Level 4 From blank screen, toggle menu wheel down 4 times Silent Mode 2 Press and release Displays Silent mode 2 menu screen with two options: Sensor Silent* Press and release
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    Commands 19 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Car finder Press and release The siren emits one long chirp and the lights flash for 10 seconds. The CAR FINDER animation and beeps play to confirm. The light flashes stop if armed or disarmed while
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    20 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Advanced commands: Function Level 5 From blank screen, toggle menu wheel down 5 times Car Select Press and release Sends a request message to the selected car which, if within range, responds with its
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    Commands 21 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Last Trigger* Press and release Requests a report of the most recent alarm triggers for display on the remote. The last trigger report clears when the ignition is turned on. Temp Request Press
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    22 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Configuring your System You can customize the way the HD remote communicates information and adjust a variety of system features in the Settings , Adjustments and Options configuration menus. The following
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    Configurations 23 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. The following instructions discuss how to access and configure the many features available, allowing you to customize your HD remote control to your personal preferences. To access the main
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    24 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Settings Menu Button Auto Lock Options: ON , OFF (default) When ON , the remote buttons lock after a 20 second lapse be- tween button presses to prevent unintentional operations. If a button is pressed
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    Configurations 25 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Select Play All and all available animations and still screens play when a message is received from the system. Select Triggers Only and the animations are only played if a message indicating
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    26 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Adjustments Menu Clock Settings Options: Set Clock , Time Format Used to adjust the clock and set the Status screen time format. Setting the clock Toggle 1. to Clock Settings and press the menu wheel,
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    Configurations 27 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Setting Timer Start Disarm 1. the system then access the Adjustments feature menu. Toggle 2. to Timer Start and press the menu wheel, the Timer Start screen with current setting is displayed.
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    28 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. ready the NO FUNCTION ASSIGNED screen and tone plays, return to Step 1. Press 3. the menu wheel to enter the Low Temp Start field or toggle and press to enter the High Temp Start field. To adjust and save
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    Configurations 29 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Placing the system into the remote pair mode Open 1. one or more of the vehicle doors. Turn 2. the ignition to the On position. Press 3. , release, then press and hold the Control button
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    30 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. levels without generating false alarms. If you feel your security system shock sensor is too sensitive or not sensitive enough, it is highly recommended that you contact your au-thorized Directed dealer/professional
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    Configurations 31 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Options Menu Power Off Options: Power Off With Power Off highlighted, press the menu wheel, the POWER OFF animation and tones play to confirm. When an ex- tended period of non-use is anticipated
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    32 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. To adjust and save a new meter setting follow the on-screen in- 3. structions. Menu wheel: s Press to highlight the digit to be adjusted. Toggle to adjust the setting up/down. s or : Press to highlight
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    Configurations 33 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Name Tags Options: Set Name Tag1 , Set Name Tag2 Name tags allow you to personalize your Responder HD remote con-trol by adding a unique name to the Status screen for the system it controls.
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    34 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. battery depletion caused by this using this feature can result in a dead battery. Use sparingly to maintain battery life. Demo Once plays the animations once with tones and beeps; Demo Once Muted plays
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    Feature Details 35 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Alarm Features Normal Arm Protection Status LED: The Control Center Status LED flashes as a visual indicator that your vehicle’s security system is active. Starter Kill: The Failsafe starter
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    36 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Full Silent Arm Protection Sensor warn-away, Sensor full trigger and Point of entry activations will only send messages to the remote, with vehicle light flash and siren outputs defeated. Sensor Warn-away
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    Feature Details 37 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Note As a precaution, if programmed for Passive Arming or Auto re-arming the system should be placed into Valet Mode until a remote is available . Trigger Zone Fault Report When armed by
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    38 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Table of Zones Zone # (led flashes) Zone Name 1 Trunk 2 Shock Sensor 3 Door 4 Optional Sensor 5 Ignition 6 Hood Last Trigger Report The Last Trigger report displays the two most recent alarm triggers depending
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    Feature Details 39 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Remote Start Features Pit Stop Mode To exit vehicle with engine running The system keeps the engine running during short trips into the house or convenience store. To perform Pit Stop:
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    40 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. The vehicle lights turn off to indicate remote start is off, and then 3. after a few seconds the remote plays the REMOTE START DEACTIVATED message.The vehicle is ready to drive. 4. Remote Start Safe-lock
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    Feature Details 41 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. before Advanced start can be activated. Timer Mode operation Activation begins a countdown timer as set in the How Often? (Hours) screen of the Adjustments menu (default 3 hours). When
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    42 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. perature changes. If a change in temperature is detected this report will be sent to the remote for display. Each time the remote receives this report it will beep, update, and display the newest temperature
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    Feature Details 43 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. screen).The vehicle lights flash 5 times to confirm MTS mode en- 4. able and the remote start activates the ignition outputs. The REMOTE START ACTIVATED animation and beeps play to confirm.
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    44 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Remote Start Not Available For user safety, the system must be properly configured or remote start will not activate. Refer to the table below for the screens and parking light flashes that will identify
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    Feature Details 45 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Remote and System Operations Passive Arming* Park and exit the vehicle, after the doors are closed the Passive arm-ing countdown begins. The led flashes quickly and upon reaching 20 seconds
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    46 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Valet Mode Valet mode can be entered and exited by performing the Remote Valet command or manually using the vehicle key and the control button. When entered, the alarm functions are defeated while the
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    Feature Details 47 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Out of Range Each time a command is performed the remote will expect a command response from the system. If a command response is not received the OUT OF RANGE screen and tone plays as
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    48 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. No Function Assigned The HD remote is designed for one button activation, all commands can therefore be performed using one hand. If more than one button is pressed at a time, the NO FUNCTION ASSIGNED
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    1-W ay 49 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. 1-way Companion Remote Control A U X LED CommandButtons FunctionButton Basic Commands Advanced Commands (Function Level 1) Function Level 2 Function Level 3 Function Level 4 Function Level 5 Button
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    50 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Using the 1 way companion remote The companion 1 way remote commands the system features as shown in the previous table, but without the message display of the Re-sponder HD remote. Siren chirps and vehicle
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    1-W ay 51 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. ton for 3 seconds. The remote flashes the LED and beeps once or twice to indicate the selected Car is 1 or 2, release the button for Car Select or continue to hold for programming. Release the button,
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    52 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Remote Learning Press the button,3 LED flashes and beeps indicates the remote is ready to program to the system.Per the instruction in the Remote Pair section of this guide, follow-ing step 4 of Placing
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    53 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. System Expansion Options Controlling two vehicles (Car Select)The Responder HD and 1way companion remote can control systems in two different vehicles saving the need for multiple remote controls. This
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    54 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. seconds at the time of installation. Arming and warn-away chirp controlThe system arm, disarm and sensor warn-away chirps can be config-ured for those that prefer a custom silent alarm operation. Driver
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    Batter y 55 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Battery Information (Responder HD) The Responder HD remote control is powered by an internal recharge-able battery that can be serviced only through an authorized Directed Electronics dealer.
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    56 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. ing alerts. Once the alerts begin they will continue to command the system for several days but should be charged at the earliest opportu-nity or failure to control the system may occur. Low Battery AlertsWhen
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    Batter y 57 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. ger message animations will play.Turn Paging off: The remote will not wake up to check for mes- s sages with Paging off in the Settings menu. Caution! The remote will not receive trigger messages
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    58 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Glossary of Terms Document Terminology Control Module The “brain” of your system. Usually hidden underneath the dash area of the vehicle. It houses the microprocessor which monitors your vehicle and controls
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    59 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Specifications Responder HD 2-way SST Remote Control Power Requirements: 5 VDC, 500 mA Display: 128 by 128 pixel, 65k, Color Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) Frequency: 900 - 928 MHz Spread Spectrum
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    60 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Government Regulations This device complies with Part 15 of FCC rules. Operation is subject to the fol-lowing two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must
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    Safety 61 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Control CenterTo satisfy FCC RF exposure compliance requirements, the device and its an-tenna must maintain a separation distance of 20 cm or more from the person’s body, except for the hand and
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    62 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Warning! Safety First Please read the safety warnings below before proceeding. Improper use of the product may be dangerous or illegal. Installation Due to the complexity of this system, installation of
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    Safety 63 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Before remote starting a manual transmission vehicle, be sure to: Leave the vehicle in neutral and be sure no one is standing in front or s behind the vehicle.Only remote start on a flat surface
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    64 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. GEAR IS CONTRARY TO ITS INTENDED MODE OF OPERATION. OPER-ATING THE REMOTE START SYSTEM UNDER THESE CONDITIONS MAY RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE OR PERSONAL INJURY. YOU MUST IMME-DIATELY CEASE THE USE OF THE
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    65 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. Limited lifetime consumer warranty Directed Electronics. (“Directed”) promises to the original purchaser to repair or replace (at Directed’s election) with a comparable reconditioned model any Directed
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    66 © 2009 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved. LIABILITY WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, LIABILITY FOR THEFT, DAMAGE AND/OR VANDALISM. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER LABOR COSTS FOR MAINTENANCE, REMOVAL OR REINSTALLATION OF THE UNIT OR ANY