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Re: wiring up car alarm for nissan pulsar n15 1999
No mention of which model of alarm you are going to install???
so heres some sets to concider,,,,,
That makes it interesting.lol
sounds like the wiring loom is transposed,
wiring around the wrong way.
Go to each of the motors that drive the central locking,
visually site the colours and where they are connected ,
get a multimeter and test the output from alarm to each of the motors ,
Arm/disarm each motor as you remove each cover.
this will elliminate each area and rule out as a possible fault,
Have you changed the battery on your remotes lately???
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There is a control unit that is apart from the keypad. There should be terminals that allow you to connect lights and alarm devices. It would be a big help if we knew the model of the system that you have.
The alarm panel will only transmit data over a phone line. It is intended to call a central station. You could put your phone number in the panel, but all you would hear when you answered would be sounds similar to a fax machine. There are external voice dialers available that you could trigger from your panel that would call you with a recording.
The panelguides.com link below has many installation manuals for different DSC panels including programming information for your entry/exit delays. The link will take you to the DSC page. You'll need to look for the model of your panel, not the PK5501 keypad.
Check out http://www.myvirtualmonitoring.com. They sell an IP alarm transmitter that will send you notifications for alarm events. The transmitter includes a free iphone and android application that lets you arm and disarm your alarm panel remotely, as well as see an event log. Very good price, better than the price of a GSMX, and more features.
If you want to change to a new monitoring company (central station) simply call a local alarm company and they will come out and reprogram your control. If you need to change additional information let me know and I can help you get into the programming.
Your alarm should have a button that was installed called a valet. What you want to do is put your key in the ignition turn it to the on position (Don't start it) then with the car in the on position hold down the valet button until the led light on the alarm goes solid and you should here the alarm beep twice. now your alarm will be disabled. To reable the alarm do the same thing.
I am a licensed electrician and I have three CO2 alarms that just plug into an outlet in whatever room it is in. If you insist on hard wiring them, then you should get power from a lighting circuit that you use all the time, so that incase the circuit goes out you would know it, because the lights would be off. You need to get power from the white and black wire where the switch is, that is the power coming into the circiut or box. You would need a tester to determine that, or look for atleast two white wires that are tied together. Those would be your neutral wire or where you connect the white wire from the 14/2 romex wire you would use to bring power to the CO2 alarm. There could also be two or more black wire in the box that you would connect the black wire to. This is why you need a tester to determine which wire is the one that is hot all the time. You don't want to connect to the wrong wire because then it would only work when the light was on. There will also be a bare copper wire that attaches to the metal box or if it is a plastic box you attach it to the other bare wires. I know it sounds like a lot, but it really is quite simple. You could get a licensed electrician to. Even go to Home Depot and get help. That is why if I were you I would buy the CO2 alarms that just plug into an outlet.
The jack you are talking about to which the phone alarm system wires are to be connected is called------ RJ31X jack -----------this is the direct link for the manual click the link directlyhttp://safemanuals.com/user-guide-instructions-owner-manual/GE%20INTERLOGIX/SIMON%203-_Eon page number 3 of manual its listed.after click on the link click download option so the manual will get downloaded.then see page number 3 all instructions with diagram is shown properly.-----------------if you dont want to down load the manual and want to check all the connections directly ,instantlyjust click this another link directly and check out all the clear instructionshttp://www.systemswebstore.com/faqfiles/alarm_system_phone_connection.htm----------Note:in some jacks instead of white wire there is yellow wire.so yellow wire connection and white wire connection is same.this will help.------ thanks.please keep
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its a long time since i worked on these but its quite easy you want the 2 terminals that make a circuit when the magnet is placed by the switch and breaks the circuit when the magnet is removed.hope this helps
les from new zealand (ex uk)