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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS - THE BOAT ALARM with DIALLER
Once your boat has been fitted with THE BOAT ALARM & DIALLER you will have comprehensive protection for your boat and it’s contents. The alarm system is controlled by a two button key fob, which can also switch the deck light on/off. When the alarm is on, pressing both fob buttons sounds the siren (PANIC ALARM)
The alarm system is simple to use, full instructions are given in the following sections.
PREPARATION FOR USE
The alarm must be connected to a 12 Volt battery for the alarm system to work. (This will trickle charge the internal battery as well as powering the system). Ensure that a SIM card has been fitted and programmed (see Installation Instructions for more details if necessary)
Then turn the key switch on the control box 90o clockwise, the siren will cheep once and the LED on the control box will not be lit
USING YOUR ALARM
Press the ALARM button on the key fob to switch the alarm on. The siren will “cheep” twice so you know that the alarm has been activated. Should a thief trigger the alarm the siren will sound and the strobe will flash for 2 minutes and then reset. An ALARM 1 text message will be sent to 3 mobile phones. On your return switch the alarm off by pressing the ALARM button on your key fob. The siren will “cheep” once so you know the alarm has been de-activated.
To switch the deck light ON / OFF press the LIGHT button on the key fob. (Please note that the light must be switched on with it’s own switch before it can be switched off then back on using the key fob).
TESTING THE ALARM
Once you have switched the alarm on and the siren has “cheeped” twice, any one of the following actions will instantly trigger the siren and strobe for 2 minutes (or until the alarm is switched off) and send ALARM 1 text messages to 3 mobile phones :-
Entering the deck area protected by the PIR
Opening any “alarmed” door
Operating the battery isolator switch
Breaking the loop (if fitted to protect an outboard)
Disconnecting the 12 Volt battery (internal battery must be charged)
Pressing both fob buttons together (PANIC ALARM)
The red LED on control box indicates which sensor has triggered the alarm. Always reset by switching key switch off then back on again after noting the number of flashes when using it to diagnose a fault. It is not necessary to reset this during normal use, only if determining which sensor caused a false alarm activation.
The flash codes are
Regular Flashing = Alarm ON
1 flash = Panic, 2 flashes = Door Contacts, 3 flashes = PIR, 4 flashes = Battery Isolator,
5 flashes = Battery disconnected