Q-Logic APS-30, Keyless Entry Alarm Upgrade Module APS-30 User Manual

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Model APS-30

KEYLESS ENTRY ALARM UPGRADE MODULE

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

PRE - INSTALLATION NOTES :

This system provides an output that should be used to drive the siren, but can be programmed to pulse the vehicle's horn. When utilizing the horn, an additional relay is required. Caution: on many vehicles the factory horn is not designed forcontinuoususe,anditisrecommendedthatthesirenisusedforthesevehicles.Checktoseeifthehorninthevehicle is the same part that is used in a vehicle with the factory installed security system.

STAND ALONE PASSIVE ALARM

When installing the APS-30 as a stand alone passive alarm system, the dip switches must be set as follows;

Dip Switch # 1 = ON

Dip Switch # 2 = ON

Dip Switch # 3 = OFF

Dip Switch # 4 = OFF

Dip Switch # 5 = OFF

Dip Switch # 6 = OFF

DIP SWITCH SETTINGS

 

 

ON

OFF

1

PASSIVE ARMING

ACTIVE ARMING

2

1 WIRE DISARM

2 WIRE DISARM

3

HORN MODE

SIREN MODE

 

 

4

INSTANT TRIGGER

ENTRY DELAY

5

- ARM INPUT

+ ARM INPUT

 

6

VOLTAGE SENSE

HARDWIRE

 

 

PASSIVE / ACTIVE ARMING SELECTION : DIP SWITCH # 1

This alarm can be programmed to operate as either a " PASSIVE " or " ACTIVE " arming security system.

As a passive arming system, the alarm will automatically arm 30 seconds after the ignition key is turned off, one door is opened, then all doors are closed. Additionally, if a door has been left opened, or if one of the trigger zones is defective, the system will always arm 10 minutes after the ignition key has been turned off, and ignore the defective trigger zone.

As an active arming system, the alarm will arm only when the vehicle’s doors have been locked using the existing OEM Keyless Entry Transmitter.

The system is shipped from the factory in the active arming mode, and to select the passive arming mode, move dip switch # 1 to the " ON " position.

1 OR 2 WIRE DISARM INPUT SELECTION : DIP SWITCH # 2

This alarm can be programmed for either 1 wire or 2 wire disarm operation.

Many OEM keyless entry systems use on - board door unlock relays, which usually results in the ability to disarm the aftermarket security upgrademodulebyunlockingthedoorsusingthedoorpanelunlockswitch.Wiringthesystemfor2wiredisarmwilleliminatethisproblem.

The system is shipped from the factory in the 2 wire disarm mode, and to select the 1 wire disarm mode, move dip switch # 2 to the " ON " position.

HORN OR SIREN OUTPUT SELECTION : DIP SWITCH # 3

This alarm can be programmed to drive an electronic siren, or pulse the vehicle's horn.

Inthesirenmode,theaudibleoutputwilldeliveraswitched+12VDCoutputwhenthesystemistriggered.Thisallowsfordirectconnection to an optional electronic siren.

In the horn mode, the audible output ( WHITE w/ BLACK tracer wire ) will deliver a pulsed + 12 volt output when the system is triggered. This allows for connection to the vehicle’s horn, using an external relay, which will beep the horn when the alarm is triggered.

The system is shipped from the factory in the siren mode, and to select the horn mode, move dip switch # 3 to the " ON " position.

INSTANT OR DELAYED DOOR TRIGGER SELECTION : DIP SWITCH # 4

This alarm can be programmed for either instant trigger on the door zone, or for an entry delay on the door zone. The primary use of the entry delay would be when the APS-30 is installed as a stand alone passive alarm system, and is not being used with an existing Remote Keyless Entry system.

In the instant mode, opening any door will trigger the alarm immediately.

In the entry delay mode, opening any door will provide a 15 second delay before the alarm is triggered. This provides ample time to put the key into the ignition, and switch it to the " ON " position, which will disarm the system when wired as a stand alone alarm.

IMPORTANT: In the entry delay mode, when the alarm is armed actively, the doors will trigger the alarm instantly. The entry delay will only take place when the alarm is allowed to arm passively!

IMPORTANT : THE ENTRY DELAY WILL NOT OPERATE WHEN THE VOLTAGE SENSING CIRCUIT IS ACTIVE (DIP SWITCH # 6 ON).

POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE ARM INPUT SELECTION : DIP SWITCH # 5

This alarm can be programmed to accept either a positive or negative arm input signal. This allows for proper installation into vehicles using 3 wire ground, 3 wire + 12 volt, and 5 wire alternating door locking systems.

In the negative mode, the system will operate with keyless entry systems providing a ground output to the power door lock circuit.

In the positive mode, the system will operate with keyless entry systems providing a + 12 volt output to the power door lock circuit. The positive mode should also be used in vehicles whose Keyless Entry system uses on - board relays that switch a high current + 12 volts directly to the door lock motor legs.

The system is shipped from the factory in the + 12 volt input mode, and to select the ground input mode, move dip switch # 5 to the " ON " position.

VOLTAGE SENSE OR HARDWIRE SELECTION : DIP SWITCH # 6

This alarm can be programmed to operate as either a voltage sensing or hardwire system. In the voltage sensing mode, any entry point that turns a light on will trigger the alarm. In the hardwire mode, any entry point that is wired to the system will trigger the alarm.

The system is shipped from the factory in the hardwire mode, and to select the voltage sensing mode, move dip switch # 6 to the " ON " position.

TRUNK TRIGGER BY - PASS INPUT

This system provides a positive trunk release input, which allows the activation of the remote trunk release from the OEM transmitter without triggering the alarm, even when it is armed.

INSTALLATION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS :

ALARM CONTROL MODULE

Select a mounting location inside the passenger compartment ( up behind the dash ), and secure using screws, or the control module can be secured in place using cable ties.

Do not mount the control module in the engine compartment, as it is not waterproof.

DASH MOUNTED L.E.D.

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