SAH202

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MICROSWITCH ANTI HI-JACK SYSTEM

reddot.gif (820 bytes) Disarming by under carpet micro switch
reddot.gif (820 bytes) Valet switch
reddot.gif (820 bytes) Flashing status L.E.D.
reddot.gif (820 bytes) 15 amps immobiliser circuit
reddot.gif (820 bytes) 15 amps horn circuit
reddot.gif (820 bytes) 2 x 10 amps indicator light circuits
reddot.gif (820 bytes) 30 or 60 seconds time delay (selectable)
reddot.gif (820 bytes) Plug-in wiring loom with locking connector
reddot.gif (820 bytes) Negative and positive door switch circuits
reddot.gif (820 bytes) Optional choice of 2 different module cases

FUNCTION

When the vehicle door is opened and closed the system is activated and (if installed) the L.E.D. confirms active status.

IN THE EVENT OF VEHICLE HI-JACK

To protect the authorised driver nothing happens immediately. The hijacker is unaware of the series of growing problems he will shortly have in making a get-away.

  1. After 30 seconds the horn gives 3 short chirps (1 every 10 seconds)
  2. After 60 seconds the horn gives distinctive, rapid chirps (3 short 1 long) and hazard lights start to flash continuously.
  3. Immobiliser circuit rapid pulses for 40 seconds - the vehicle loses power and will then stop.

IF THE VEHICLE IS STOPPED WITH IGNITION 'ON' OR 'OFF'

  1. Horn will continue sounding for 90 seconds.
  2. Hazard flashers continue until system disarmed or the battery is drained.

IF THE IGNITION IS TURNED 'ON' AGAIN AND THE VEHICLE IS STARTED

  1. Horn will restart and continue operating for 60 seconds.
  2. Immobiliser relay is closed for 15 seconds and will rapid pulse for 15 seconds before reopening the circuit. This enables the vehicle to be driven to a safe position before the vehicle is again immobilised.
  3. Hazard flashers operate continuously until system is disarmed or battery drained.

ON EVERY FURTHER EFFORT TO RESTART THE VEHICLE

  1. Horn will restart and continue operating for 30 seconds.
  2. The Immobiliser relay is open circuit. The vehicle cannot be started.
  3. Hazard flashers operate continuously until system is disarmed or the battery drained.

At any stage in this programme any would-be hijacker is likely to have made a get-away - without the vehicle or the likelihood of damage.

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