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Wiring diagram CAN-series

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Content Wiring diagram Instructions for wiring diagram Preparation for installation Positioning of the various units of the alarm Emergency deactivation Programming new Remote Controls CAN-bus connection, connection of central locking and Programming Panel Programming the alarm Technical data

P. 4 P. 5-6 P. 7 P. 7-8 P. 8-9 P. 9 P. 10 P. 10-15 P. 15

Instructions for wiring diagram See technical manual for further information P- 1 CAN-bus connection, connection of central locking (DEFA remote control) and Programming Panel (Original remote control). See page 10. P-2 Multiplug, Backup Alarm/Siren, Immobilizer and Pager (auxiliary equipment). This is the connection for auxiliary equipment such as the DEFA Backup Alarm/Siren, the DEFA Immobilizer module and Pager (remote alarm) See separate assembly instructions. P-3.1 +12V supply, red wire. To be connected to a distribution centre (fuse box) via an 25A fuse. P-3.2 Not in use. P-3.3 Ground, black wire. Connect directly to the vehicle body. NOTE! Wire must not be extended. P-3.4 Not in use. P-4.1 Channel 3. Output for Remote Control of the DEFA WarmUp Heating System. When activated this output will deliver +12V until it is turned off. Maximum load: 350mA. P-4.2 Channel 2. When activated this output will be ground connected as long as the button is depressed. Usage is optional. Maximum load: 350mA. P-4.3 Channel 1. When activated the output will connect to ground for 1 second. This function is only available when the alarm is deactivated. Maximum load: 350mA. P-4.4 Auxiliary equipment, white/red wire. This alarm loop protects integrated auxiliary equipment in the car such as radio/cassette player or similar equipment. The circuit is normally closed (NC) and triggers the alarm when interrupted. 2

GB P-4.5 Not in use (ground out). P-4.6 Hood trigger, black/grey wire. This input is normally open (NO) and triggers the alarm when connected to ground, i.e. when the hood is opened. Install DEFA Hood Switch. It must be installed so that it can't be reached from underneath or the front of the car. P-4.7 Light output 1, grey/red wire. To be connected directly to the right turn signal circuit of the car. Maximum load: 7,5 Amp (90 watt). Fused with an automatic circuit breaker. P-4.8 Siren. Output to loudspeaker Siren. Connect the two siren wires to P4.8 and P4.9. P-4.9 Siren. Output to loudspeaker Siren. Connect the two siren wires to P4.8 and P4.9. P-4.10 Normally not in use (ignition signal, white/brown wire). (The wire is connected to the ignition outlet on the ignition switch). P-4.11 Not in use (ground out). P-4.12 Not in use. P-4.13 DEFA-net. This output controls the DEFA Power Module( if connected). P-4.14 Light output 2, grey/black wire. To be connected directly to the left turn signal circuit of the car. Maximum load: 7,5 Amp (90 watt). Fused with an automatic circuit breaker. P-5 Plug for auxiliary sensors. See separate assembly instructions. P-6 Plug for Glassbreak Sensor. Standard for all models with the letter G in the model designation. If a window is broken, the Glassbreak Sensor triggers the alarm. P-7 Plug for Microwave Sensor. P-8 Plug for LED. Universal diode bracket: The LED can be installed on the instrument panel, on the A-pillar, the windscreen or any other desired position. Embedded diode bracket: Use an 8.0 mm drill if the bracket is to be embedded in metal plates, a 7,5 - 8,0 mm drill for plastic material and a 7,0 mm drill for padding material.

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Preparations for installation The workshop is always responsible for all necessary safety precautions when installing an alarm. Follow the car manufacturers instructions. Always check the connections with a voltmeter or multimeter before connecting. Always make sure the connections are properly insulated, use shrink hose or tape. Avoid positioning connections and units in immediate proximity of airbag modules or other safety systems.

Central Positioning of the various units of the alarm Central Unit: Attach the Central Unit below the instrument panel or a suitable point in the vehicle interior using plastic fastening strips. The Central Unit should not be visible and not easily accessible. NOTE! To avoid water (condensation) entering the central unit along the cables, it must be fitted with the plugs pointing downwards. Main fuse: The main fuse (25 amp.) should be attached in the vicinity of the current power source. Siren: Install in the engine compartment, exposed as little as possible to spray water and heat from exhaust or turbocharger components, minimum distance 30 cm. The siren aperture must face downwards in order to prevent water accumulating in it. The Siren must not be accessible from underneath the car. NOTE! Never install the Siren with the aperture facing upwards. Hood Switch: Install in the engine compartment exposed as little as possible to spray water and not accessible from underneath the car or after removing grill and lights. Install cables in such a way that they are as protected as possible and not easily accessible. Install the switch at a distance of 10-20 mm when the hood is closed. The hood may than be opened a few millimetres before the switch gives a signal. The switch signals between 25-35 mm fitted on a steel base and between 22-35 mm fitted on a plastic base. Position the switch with the arm pointing forwards or to one side and fasten it with the attached screws. The use of magnetic screwdriver bits may influence the switch and prevent it from functioning according to specification. The ground wire should not be attached to the fastening screw as it may cause the switch to get stuck. Use a separate ground screw. NB ! For alarm signal only. Do not connect directly to 12 or 24V. Glassbreak Sensor: The glass breakage sensor is fitted to the instrument panel or in the centre console. Clean the installation surface with a grease dissolving agent and then fasten the glass breakage sensor with double-sided adhesive tape.

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GB LED: Install in instrument panel using the embedded bracket or fasten to the windscreen using a universal Bracket and a double-sided adhesive tape. The LED must be clearly visible from the outside. Microwave Sensor: The preferred location is at the centre of the car roof, 40 cm from the windscreen, under the roof lining.If this is not possible, it can be installed in the centre console. The sensor can be installed behind plastic covers but not behind metal covers, as these would block the waves for the sensor. Please note that some cars have a thin metal film in the roof lining. In these cases, the sensor must not be installed behind this lining. If the sensor is attached to the inside of the roof, the arrow with the mark UP is usually located on the underside of the sensor and points towards the rear of the car interior. If the sensor is attached to the centre console, the arrow with the mark UP is usually located on the side of the sensor facing the interior. The sensitivity of the sensor must be checked and, if necessary, adjusted after installation - see programming in the technical manual. NOTE! Loose metal objects such as keys, coins, etc., can trigger the alarm if they are too close to the sensor. Antenna cord (DEFA remote control): The active part of the antenna (white) must installed as highly and freely as possible and not in the vicinity of metal or other wires. How the antenna is installed will greatly affect its range. Programming Panel (Original remote control): The active part of the antenna (white) must installed as highly and freely as possible and not in the vicinity of metal or other wires. How the antenna is installed will greatly affect its range. Alarm decals (stickers): DEFA Auto Security (3 stickers) and FG identification (3 stickers) are attached to the front side windows; the last one can be attached either to the windscreen or the rear screen. NOTE! The decals must not obscure the driver's line of sight. The decal with details of the alarm model is attached to the lower part of the B-pillar, not visible from the outside. The relevant model is checked.

Emergency deactivation If the Remote Control is broken or lost, deactivate the alarm as follows: A. Locate your PIN-code card. There you will find your 5-digit PIN-code. B. Follow the procedure on the emergency code card. NOTE! If you make a mistake, you can repeat the procedure from 3 onwards as often as required. 5

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Your Emergency Code is:

DEFA CAN ALARM P/N:10011 D S/N: 1234567 PIN-kode: X- X- X- X- X

1. Unlock and open the car door. The Alarm is activated ! 2. Turn the ignition ON and OFF five times in a row. The Led "flickers".

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3. When you turn ON the ignition once again, the Led will flash. Let the Led flash as many times as the first digit of your PIN-kode, and turn OFF the ignition.

4. Turn ON the ignition and repeat the procedure until you have gone through every digit in your PIN-kode. The Alarm is now disarmed. If you make a mistake, start over again at step 3.

Start the car immediately !

Programming of new DEFA Remote Controls A. Disarm the alarm and...

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