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The company behind Viper® Auto Security Systems is Directed Electronics.

Vista, CA 92081

www.viper.com

Since its inception, Directed Electronics has had one purpose, to provide consumers with the finest vehicle security and car stereo products and accessories available. The recipient of nearly 100 patents and Innovations Awards in the field of advanced electronic technology, Directed Electronics is ISO 9001 registered.

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Congratulations

Congratulations on the purchase of your state-of-the-artsecurity system. Reading this owner’s guide prior to using your system will help maximize the use of your system and its many features. For more information please visit the below website:

http://www.viper.com – For general and additional guide information.

For any additional questions please contact your authorized Directed dealer or contact Directed at 1-800-753-0600.

What you get

Welcome to the best generation of vehicle security. Your system contains everything you need.

ss Responder LC remote control

ss 1-waycompanion remote control

ss AC adapter for charging your remote control ss This owner’s guide

ss Quick reference card ss Warranty card

Owner’s

Guide

AUX

Warranty

Card

Quick

Reference Card

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Important information

Your Warranty

Your system comes with a warranty. Please make sure you receive the warranty registration card and proof of purchase from your dealer indicating the product was installed by an authorized Directed dealer. Your product warranty must be validated within 10 days of purchase. You can validate it online at www.prodregister.com/directed or complete and return the warranty registration card.

Quick Reference Card

Carry this card with you to reference your system’s many features.

Replacement Remote Controls

If additional remote controls are desired, please see your authorized dealer or visit us at www.directedstore.com to order. Part numbers are: 7351V for Responder LC 2-wayremote control and 7153V for the1-waycompanion remote control.

Contents

 

Getting Started....................................................................................................

4

Charging the Remote Control ................................................................

4

Keys to using this Manual .....................................................................

5

Responder LC 2-Way...........................................................................................

6

Status Screen Icons ..............................................................................................

8

Using your System.............................................................................................

11

Commands and Confirmations ............................................................

11

Performing Commands .......................................................................

11

Responder LC Command table ............................................................

12

Basic Commands (Direct Access) ........................................................................

13

Arm .................................................................................................

13

Disarm .............................................................................................

13

AUX/Trunk........................................................................................

14

Remote Start /AUX 1/ AUX 4 .............................................................

14

Advanced Commands: (Level 1) .........................................................................

15

Silent Arm.........................................................................................

15

AUX 1..............................................................................................

15

Advanced Commands: (Level 2) .........................................................................

16

Sensor Bypass ...................................................................................

16

Remote Valet ....................................................................................

16

AUX 2..............................................................................................

16

Advanced Commands: (Level 3) .........................................................................

17

Sensor Silent Arm* ............................................................................

17

AUX 3..............................................................................................

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Alarm Report*...................................................................................

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Advanced Commands: (Level 4) .........................................................................

19

Full Silent Arm* .................................................................................

19

AUX 4..............................................................................................

19

Responder LC Configuration...............................................................................

20

Navigating Menus and Options ..........................................................

20

Button Operation ...............................................................................

20

Access Menu Items ............................................................................

20

Main Menu.......................................................................................................

21

Setup Remote Menu: ..........................................................................

21

Remote Start Info ...............................................................................

22

Runtime Alert.....................................................................................

22

Car 2 ...............................................................................................

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BackLight ..........................................................................................

23

Temp Unit .........................................................................................

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Button Beep.......................................................................................

23

System Type ......................................................................................

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Clock Set ..........................................................................................

24

Review .............................................................................................

24

Exit ..................................................................................................

24

Sensor Adjust: ...................................................................................

24

Pair a Responder LC remote control: ....................................................

24

Demo Mode:.....................................................................................

25

Power Off: ........................................................................................

26

Exit: .................................................................................................

26

Alarm Features .................................................................................................

27

Normal Arm Protection.......................................................................

27

Sensor Silent Arm Protection................................................................

27

Full Silent Arm Protection ....................................................................

28

Sensor Warn-awayMessages .............................................................

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Full Trigger Messages.........................................................................

28

Emergency Override ..........................................................................

28

Trigger Zone Fault Report....................................................................

29

Alarm Report when Disarming.............................................................

29

Alarm Report when Requested.............................................................

30

Nuisance Prevention (NPC).................................................................

30

Remote and System Operations ..........................................................................

31

Passive Arming*................................................................................

31

Auto Re-arming*................................................................................

31

Valet Mode .......................................................................................

32

Power Save.......................................................................................

32

Rapid Resume ...................................................................................

32

Automatic Remote Updates .................................................................

32

Out of Range ....................................................................................

33

No Remote Output.............................................................................

33

Car Select.........................................................................................

33

Vehicle Recovery System (VRS) ............................................................

34

1-wayCompanion Remote Control .....................................................................

35

Accessing Commands ........................................................................

36

Button Auto Lock ................................................................................

36

Car Select.........................................................................................

36

Programming ....................................................................................

37

Battery Information (1-way) .................................................................

38

Low Battery Alerts ..............................................................................

38

Battery Replacement...........................................................................

38

System Expansion Options .................................................................................

39

Battery Information (Responder LC).....................................................................

41

Low Battery .......................................................................................

41

Battery Life........................................................................................

42

Battery Disposal ................................................................................

43

Glossary of Terms..............................................................................................

44

Government Regulations ....................................................................................

46

Additional information.......................................................................................

47

Interference.......................................................................................

47

Upgrades and Batteries ......................................................................

47

Water/Heat Resistance ......................................................................

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Limited lifetime consumer warranty .....................................................................

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Getting Started

Your remote control 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, the battery charge may have depleted. To ensure proper operation, check the battery level and connect the battery charger if not fully charged. See Battery Information andStatus Screen Icons sections for more information about the battery.

Charging the Remote Control

1.Plug the AC adapter into a 110V AC outlet. Insert the mini-USBconnector into themini-USBport located on the side of the remote control (see diagram underResponder LC 2-way).The

text field will display CHARGE to indicate the remote control is charging (The remote remains operational while charging and can command the system).

2.Once fully charged the text field will display FULL .

3.The remote control is then ready for use. Disconnect the miniUSB end from the remote control first and then the AC adapter from the AC outlet.

Note The remote control remains operational while charging and can command the system.

If the battery is excessively depleted when the charger is connected, functionality may be delayed while it charges to the minimum voltage required to operate the display, after which normal charging resumes.

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Keys to using this Manual

Specific actions (in bold type) and style conventions are used consistently throughout this manual, they are as follows:

ss Press: implies pushing in and releasing a button.

ssHold: is used after “press” actions when a button needs to be held in position for an extended period of time, typically several seconds.

ss ARMED this style denotes the text which appears in the text field portion of the display during operations described in the manual. If the text string is too long for the text field, it then plays and loops sequentially word by word.

ssItalicized words denote section/sub headings in this guide and can be located through the table of contents.

ssAn asterisk (*) when used after a word or phrase denotes that additional details can be found in related sections usually noted at the bottom of the page or end of the section.

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Responder LC 2-Way

Internal

Antenna

Display

Command

Buttons

Function Button

Mini-USBPort

Feature

Description

Internal Antenna

Used for transmitting and receiving information

Display

Status screen - the upper portion of the display contains status

 

icons for the system, siren, alarm zones, and remote control

 

Text field - the lower portion of display shows the clock,

 

command confirmations, page messages and programming

 

menus

Command Buttons (4)

Used to perform arming, disarming and auxiliary channel

 

commands

Function Button

Used to access function levels for commands, configuration

 

menus for programming, and car selection

Mini-USBPort

The battery charger plugs into this port

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Control Center

Control Center

Button

Control Center

LED

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 of:

ss The In-vehiclesystem antenna, for 2 way communication.

ssThe control center LED, as a visual indicator of the system’s status.

ssThe control center button, for placing the system into valet mode* and to perform the emergency override** operation.

* See Remote and System Operations section for details. ** SeeAlarm Features for details.

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Status Screen Icons

Status Screen

 

ALL

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

Icons

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Text Field

The table below describes all the status screen icons.

System Status

Icon Description

Armed: The system is armed, the alarm is enabled

Locked: The system is locked in valet, the alarm is disabled

Disarmed: The system is disarmed, the alarm is disabled

Unlocked: The system is unlocked in valet, the alarm is disabled

Zone Status Siren Status

Siren is disabled for sensor triggers; remote is paged for all triggers (sensor silent arm)

+ ALL

Siren is disabled for all triggers; remote is paged for all triggers

(full silent arm)

 

 

On during warn-awayand full trigger message output

On during trunk zone full trigger output and aux/trunk channel activation

On during fault report to indicate the trunk is open and bypassed when arming

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Zone Status

Remote Control Status

Icon

Description

 

On during a sensor zone full trigger output

On during fault report to indicate a sensor is active and bypassed when arming

On during the door zone full trigger output

On during fault report to indicate a door is open and bypassed when arming

On during a hood zone full trigger output

On during fault report to indicate the hood is open and bypassed when arming

On when remote is set to command the system programmed as car 1*

On when remote is set to command the system programmed as car 2*

Bars indicate battery level is full, ¾,½,¼ or empty

On while the remote control is transmitting a command

On while the remote control is receiving a message

On with out of range fault tone to indicate the remote failed to receive a command confirmation

Pager on: The remote will wake up to listen for messages

Pager off: The remote will not wake up to listen for messages

The remote will vibrate when messages are received

The remote will emit beeps and tones when messages are received

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Icon

Description

 

Text field

Displays the clock, message text and feature menus

 

 

 

 

 

 

On after the garage open** message has been received

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On after the garage closed** message has been received

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remote start is active, the engine is running (with optional

 

 

 

 

 

 

remote start module only)

* This icon not present until the car 2 is turned on in the Setup Remote configuration menu.

** This icon not present until the remote is paired with an optional garage door opener.

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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 used security features while advanced commands control more specialized features and request reports.

Confirmations for basic or advanced commands are indicated first by siren chirps and parking light flashes, and then by text, icons and beeps or tones on the remote control. A description of each feature confirmation is found in the Basic Commands andAdvanced Commands sections.

Performing Commands

Perform basic commands by pressing one of the command buttons while in the direct access level. Direct access is available while the text field displays the clock. Perform advanced commands by first accessing one of the function Levels and then pressing one of the command buttons while within a level. Function Levels are available when the text field displays LEVEL 1,2,3 or 4.

Advanced Command example: Silent Arm

1.Press the button once to access function level 1, the text field will displayLEVEL 1 .

2.

Press the

 

 

 

 

button while

 

text is still on to perform the

 

 

 

 

LEVEL 1

 

 

 

 

silent arm command.

3.

The Responder LC remote will display

 

in the

SILENT ARMED

 

text field and update the status screen icons.

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Responder LC Command table

Level

Direct Access

x 1

x 2

x 3

x 4

 

 

Button

 

LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 4

 

 

 

Arm/Lock

Silent Arm

Sensor

Sensor Silent

Full Silent

 

(Panic)

 

Bypass

Arm

Arm

 

Disarm/Unlock

Silent Disarm

Remote Valet

Car Finder

 

 

Remote Start*/

 

 

 

 

 

Aux 1/4**

 

 

 

 

A U X

Aux/Trunk

AUX 1

AUX 2

AUX 3

AUX 4

 

Advance Level

 

 

Alarm

 

 

Change Car

 

 

Report

 

 

(3s), Enter

 

 

 

 

 

programming

 

 

 

 

 

(8s)

 

 

 

 

*Available only with optional remote start module installation

**This button can command either aux 1 or aux 4 if turned on by an authorized Directed dealer.

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Basic Commands (Direct Access)

Arm

Press and release

6:30

The alarm arms, doors lock (if connected), and the siren

chirps and parking lights flash once. The ARMED text and beeps play to confirm and the system status icons update. If valet mode* is on, the doors lock and theVALET text and tone play. Exit valet mode to arm the alarm normally.

If a trigger zone fault is detected the siren chirps once again and the trigger zone fault report** plays.

To Arm and Panic Press and hold

The alarm arms (or locks in valet) and, after 2 seconds, sounds

the siren and flashes the parking lights. The

 

text and

PANIC

siren tones play to confirm. Press the

or

button to stop

the output.

 

 

 

Disarm

Press and release

The alarm disarms, doors unlock (if connected), and the siren chirps and parking lights flash twice. The DISARM text and beeps play to confirm and the system status icons update. If valet mode* is on, the doors unlock and theVALET text and tone play.

More than 2 siren chirps and remote beeps indicate a trigger has occurred. The DISARM text is replaced by the alarm report.**

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REMOTE START OFF
REMOTE START ON

AUX/Trunk

Press and hold AUX

The trunk opens (if connected) when this button is pressed for 2 seconds. The TRUNK text and tones play to confirm.

Remote Start /AUX 1/ AUX 4

Press and release

Remote Start***

Activates (or if on, deactivates) the remote starter. The engine and parking lights turn on or off accordingly. The

text and tones play, or the text and tones play to confirm. Theicon is displayed in the status screen while the engine is running.

AUX 1/AUX 4****

Activates (or if on, deactivates) the aux 1 or aux 4 output. The programmed text and on tones or off tones play to confirm, (See

System Expansion Options).

*See Remote and System Operationsfor details.

**See Alarm Features for details.

***Available only with optional Remote Start module installation.

****This feature must be turned on by an authorized Directed dealer.

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SILENT DISARM
SILENT ARMED

Advanced Commands: (Level 1)

Press and release the button 1 time.

Silent Arm

level 1

Press and release

The alarm arms, doors lock (if connected), and the parking lights flash once. The text plays to confirm and the system status icons update. Valet mode* or trigger zone fault report** messages may be received.

Silent Disarm

Press and release

The alarm disarms, doors unlock (if connected), and the parking lights flash twice. The text plays to confirm and the system status icons update. The alarm report** may replace the silent disarm text.

AUX 1

Press and release AUX

Activates (or if on, deactivates) the aux 1 output. The programmed text and on tones or off tones play to confirm, (See System Expansion Options).

* See Remote and System Operations section for details. ** SeeAlarm Features for details.

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NOT AVAILABLE
BYPASS OFF
BYPASS FULL
BYPASS WARN

Advanced Commands: (Level 2)

 

Press and release the button 2 times.

 

Sensor Bypass

level 2

Press and release

 

Performing the sensor bypass command will incrementally bypass sensor operations and be confirmed as follows:

ss Warn-awaybypass: The parking lights flash 2 times,

1 beep and 1 fault tone play to confirm. Sensors will be activated for full trigger levels of impact only.

ss Warn-awayfull trigger bypass: The parking lights flash 3 times,

, 1 beep and 2 fault tones play to confirm. Sensors will not be activated for any level of impact.

ss Sensor Bypass off: The parking lights flash 1 time and 1 beep play to confirm. Sensors are fully operational.

If disarmed, and a fault tone will play.

Remote Valet

Press and release

Enters (or if on, exits) valet mode. The VALET text and beeps (1 for on, 2 for off) play to confirm and the system status icons update. SeeValet Mode for more details

AUX 2

Press and release AUX

Activates (or if on, deactivates) the aux 2 output. The programmed text and on tones or off tones play to confirm, (See System Expansion Options).

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CAR FINDER
SENSOR SILENT ARM

Advanced Commands: (Level 3)

 

Press and release the button 3 times.

 

Sensor Silent Arm*

level 3

Press and release

 

The alarm arms, doors lock, the siren chirps and parking lights flash 3 times. The text and beeps play to confirm and the system and siren status icons update.

Car finder

Press and release

The siren emits one long chirp and the parking lights flash for 10 seconds. The text and beeps play to confirm. The parking light flashes stop if armed or disarmed while car finder is in progress.

AUX 3

Press and release AUX

Activates (or if on, deactivates) the aux 3 output. The programmed text and on tones or off tones play to confirm, (See System Expansion Options).

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