BLACK WIRED IMMOBILISER SYSTEM - STANDARD

BLACK WIRED IMMOBILISER SYSTEM - STANDARD

Our Australian Standards Black Wire Remote Immobiliser Systems provides two circuits of automatic engine immobilisation operated by rolling code random encrypted remote control.

The system may provide keyless entry and visual confirmation via the vehicles indicators.

The system has a dash mounted high intensity red LED

Two remote controls
Locks and unlocks all doors.
Two Point Immobilisation.
Indicator Flash (optional) 
Flashing Red LED.
Black Wiring.
Australian Standards.

 

Current draw
<10mA average while armed
<250mA disarm (and for no more than 39 seconds after ignition is switched off)

Wide Operating voltage
Operating voltage +9VDC to +15VDC

Operating temperature
-20 degrees to +85 degrees for equipment designed to be installed within vehicle cabin

Polarity protection
The system circuitry is design to protect itself against accidental battery polarity reversal. This can happen when replacing the vehicle battery

Independent indicator power fuse
System uses independent fuse to power indicators, ensures short circuit in indicator circuit does not affect system operation

Short circuit protection
The power supply wire to the system is protected against an internal fault within the system
 
 
Operation:

Arming procedure while ignition is off:
The system will arm immediately if the main button of a valid remote control is momentarily pressed, the doors will lock and all security functions will become active May require additional hardware or connections.

Disarming procedure:
The system will disarm when the main button of a valid remote control is pressed.
 
Auto Arming:
The car's engine is automatically immobilised 40 seconds after the engine has stopped. The auto-arming feature is disabled while the system is disarmed and the ignition switch is in the ON position

Immobilisation:

Dual Immobilisation Circuits.
The system features two independent 30 Amp rated, normally open immobilisation circuits, which break engine critical signals in the vehicle.
 
Starter motor, fuel pump, fuel injection, main ignition are commonly immobilised circuits.

Safety circuitry in case of power failure.
System sources alternate power from ignition if main power is lost.

Third circuit of immobilisation (optional)
Additional immobilisation circuits can be added to conform with insurance company requirements Special order required - this is not part of the standard hardware.

Protection against harsh road conditions.
All relays are fully encapsulated to provide protection against dust and moisture.

 

ATT: All AUSTRALIAN STANDARDS CAR ALARM & IMMOBILISER SYSTEMS MUST BE FITTED BY A PROFESSIONAL AUTO ELECTRICIAN