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M357T Thatcham Motorcycle Alarm/Immobiliser

Technical features_______________________________________________ Power supply:…………………………………..…………………….. 12Vdc (10 V – 15 V) Consumption:. ……………………………………………………………Fully armed 1.9mA …………………………………………………………………………..Immobiliser only 1.2mA ………………………………………………………………………………………Stop mode 0mA Operating temperature: …………………………………………………...-25º C - +85º C Self-supply autonomy:…..…………………………………………….……………5 minutes Alarm duration: ..…………………………………………………………………..25 seconds Remote duration: controls:…………………………………………..…..Lithium battery Combinations: ……………………………….………………………………..over 7.2 x 1016 Dimensions:………………………………………………………………………125 x 47 x 47 Relay contact capacity____________________________________________ Engine immobilisation relays:…………………………………………………………..10 A Direction in dicators:………………………………………………………………………..5+5A Timing_________________________________________________________ Initial non-active period:………………………………………………………..26 seconds Alarm duration:………………………………………………………………….….26 seconds Passive arming delay after ignition OFF (immobilisation only): ..50 seconds Stop mode delay in unchanged state…..…………………………………..….10 days General________________________________________________________ These instructions should be read in conjunction with the information supplied by the manufacturers/distributors training course. Alarm positioning and mounting____________________________________ -Fit the alarm control ECU in such a position that to gain access, would cause an alarm condition. -Secure the alarm in place using suitable means. -Make sure that the alarm unit is located at least 15 cm from the exhaust system. -Mount the alarm system in a reasonably dry area to minimise exposure to rain and spray. -The movement sensor of the alarm system is at its most sensitive when mounted in the horizontal position and mounted along or across the frame. Its effect is at a minimum when mounted on its side. The movement sensor is non-adjustable; therefore select the position to give suitable movement coverage.

Fitting_________________________________________________________ -Disconnect the motorcycle battery negative terminal before beginning the fitting. -Make all connections following the general diagram annexed and the CD service manual. -While connecting the harness, make sure that the markings at the end of the wires are removed in order to make it impossible to identify the wire function. -Use t e M4 tester with the correct interconnection lead during a l l h installations. -The machine specific information supplied on the CD manual is a guide; always check all wiring prior to connection. Main negative and positive connections (wire No. 2 and 2 x wi re No. 3)___ Connect the 2 wires No. 3 to two independent permanent earth points. These can be frame or wire based. Caution. The frame on some machines does not provide a good earthing point so always check. Also on some machines wires that appear as negative with the machine switched off can change state when the machine is running or controls are operated. If in doubt check the wiring diagram for the specific machine. Connect wire No.2 to a permanent 12v supply via the fuse supplied in the kit. Ignition sensing wire (wire No. 1)___________________________________ Ignition Connect wire No. 1 to a wire on the machine, which is 12v ignition switched positive. Take care, on some machines the positive supply may disappear whilst the machine is being started or when certain controls are used. Always check the circuit remains ignition switched positive by testing whilst operating the controls and cranking. Immobilisation techniques________________________________________ Under no circumstances must a constant 12v positive wire be immobilised positive with the M357T alarm system. If this type of circuit is immobilised the unit will not passively immobilise and will not respond to the remote controls. DC Ignition systems (normally open method) (wires 4 and 5, 7 and 8)____ This method works by cutting the control wire of the circuit to be immobilised e.g. ignition pack, coils, side stand switch, starter, etc. The circuit will be made when the system is disarmed and the ignition is turned on. Fig.2

AC ignition systems (normally c losed method) (wires 4 and 6)___________ This method of immobilisation works by supplying a running circuit with an earth therefore stopping the trigger pulse reaching the ignition pack or coil. Fig.3

Only fit the security housing to the alarm when all functional testing has been completed. The screws are one-way only and cannot be removed. Fig.1

Direct trigger circuits (wires 17 and 44)____________ _________________ The M357T has two types of direct triggering circuits. Wire No.17 triggers the system when the alarm is armed and a negative signal is a p p l i e d to it. This wire can be used to protect the storage area of the machine via a suitable pinswitch or in certain cases, may be linked to the side stand of the machine.

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Wire No.9 Final functional check____________________________________________ When the installation of the wiring is complete and has been checked via the M4 tester. Wire 29 is the pulsed positive feed from the alarm to flash the LED. -Disarm the alarm by pressing the remote control once. check the other functions of the machine (e. Therefore the magnetic reed switch must be installed so that the alarm will trigger prior to access being gained to the ECU. transfer the wiring from the tester to the alarm system. Do not install both types of LED. Fig. -Turn off the ignition and check the system arms passively and via the remote controls. Fig. Note the disarm sequence and check in the diagnostic table for the possible cause. horn. -Next check all functions of the alarm for correct operation (see full operating instructions). Connect this to the red wire of the LED. A single beep and flash of the indicators will be seen and heard. Connecting the alarm s ystem to the motorcycle horn system (Wires 20 and 1 4 ) ___________________________________________________________ This is not a normal requirement of the installation and should be treated only as a customer requested extra. Fig. starter. The addition of trigger lines taken as spurs from wire No.44 triggers the system when the alarm is armed and the negative connection to it is r e m o v e d . Connect this to the black wire of the LED.e. Connecting the indicator circuits (wires 14 and 15)____________________ Connect wires 14 and 15 to the right and left hand P O S I T I V E indicator supplies of the machine.44 will seriously affect its performance. -Switch on the ignition to activate the alarm unit.6 Connecting the alarm system to a supplementary siren (wire 20) The siren output is negative and has a maximum rating of 100mA.7 ---------------------------- ------ 0053WD31512SJP . On certain machines the indicators may have the effect of powering other circuits of the machine if the indicator switch is positioned to the left or right during alarm operation. Should a supplementary siren be requested. the alarm will be supplied from the machine’s battery and will be passive armed (immobilised only).g. with the ignition turned off. Establish the switching arrangement on the machine and install according to the diagrams laid out below. The alarm will remain switched off. connect as below. be continuous from the alarm to the earth point). etc) to see if they are operational. The wire 3 running in the loom with wire 29 is the negative supply to the LED. Ensure the indicators work normally when operated. If a different disarm sequence is given there is a problem. If they do not the diode has most probably been installed in reverse. Wire No. Fig. -Once activated in this way.44 must end at a single earth point (i.5 Fig. Connecting the LED (wires 29 and 3)_______________________________ The system is supplied with two types of LED. If any other system on the machine is working an inline diode (as supplied with the kit) must be installed in the indicator relay ignition switched input wire or the output wire from the indicator relay to the indicator switch. This wire must be used to protect the alarm ECU via the normally open magnetic reed switch supplied with the kit. apply 12v to an indicator feed and switch the indicator to that side. -Within 50 seconds turn the ignition on and start the machine to check it runs. To check for this. Select the most suitable type for the specific application and connect as per general diagram. helmets or garages via a closed loop extension wire. headlight. The wire can also be extended to protect soft luggage.8 P O S II T II V E C O N T R O L POS T VE CONTROL N o t e : It is a requirement of all Thatcham approved alarm systems that the alarm ECU is protected.

2) Immobilisation AC machines only (See fig. (See fig.C. Engine immobilisation relay. Crank immobilisation relay – N.5) Do not connect Batteries are considered to be harmful waste materials and should be disposed of according t o the regulations in force 0053WD31512SJP . 4) See fig.O.8 & 9 To red wire of the LED To black wire of the LED To negative via reed switch/accessory loop protection (see fig.O. Engine immobilisation relay-N.N.2 & 3) Load side of immobilised circuit (See fig.10 10A N° 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 14 15 17 20 29 3 44 - Function Ignition (+15) sensing Positive supply Negative supply (2 wires) Engine immobilisation relay. 6.7.Fig.C. Crank immobilisation relay – C. 3) Starter immobilisation Starter immobilisation To direction indicator positive feed (left) To direction indicator positive feed (right) To ECU protection switch/pannier switch (See fig. Direction indicator Direction indicator Negative protection switch Horn/siren negative output LED Positive supply LED Negative supply ECU/Accessory loop circuit Antenna Connection point Ignition switch positive supply (+15) 12V positive supply via 10A fuse (+30) 2 independent earth points (-31) Supply side of immobilised circuit.

3 second pause Ignition sensing 3 pulses on. 3 second pause Self powered (12volt supply 4 pulses on. the alarm switches off (shut down mode). within 26 seconds of turning off the ignition). -All systems except the immobiliser are turned off and there is no current drain from the machine’s battery. Arming the alarm without the movement sensor____________________ -With the system fully disarmed (i. -It is immune to the shocks (if short duration) and to vibrations.1 and No. Disarming with remote control___________________________________ -To disarm the system whether armed passively (immobilised). -It is able to detect very slow movements. the buzzer will emit two normal “beeps” followed by a “boop”. or detects that the bike battery is discharging too quickly. -It is possible to remove a lost or stolen remote control or add one or more remote controls up to a maximum of 6.e. or the movement sensor (if set). Should you sell the machine. It is therefore of utmost importance this card is stored securely. an audible beep can be heard as each input is tested. -To disarm the system using the override code. -The alarm will emit 2 normal arming beeps and flashes followed by a short flash and beep after an increased pause. Disarming with the “override code”_______________________________ -Disarming is only possible when the system is armed via remote control or passive armed. 3 second pause Negative input or loop circuit 2 pulses on. 7. -The remote controls are powered by 2. therefore anti scan and anti grab. T u r n t h e i g n i t i o n o n ( t h e L E D w i l l b e o n ) 2. -The LED will flash at an increased rate for 26 seconds. Note: -If during the arming period the alarm was triggered. Fully arming the system (Alarm and Immobiliser)____________________ -Press the remote control with the ignition off before the system has passively armed (i. Alarm Diagnostic memories Movement sensor 1 pulse on. -Only the engine immobilisation circuit is active. but not during the 26s initial immunity period. a different arming signal will be heard (see the notes at the end of the operating instructions). Return the machine. one of the protection circuits is detected as active. ignition keys and all original remote controls to the dealer along with the Orange code card issued with the system. -The disconnection of the bike battery generates 9 alarm cycles with 15second intervals. -The activation of one of the protective switches. the buzzer will emit 4 fast “bips” and the machines indicators will not flash. -The LED flashes slowly and the engine immobilisation circuits are active. as an alarm. -The buzzer beeps once (unless the system has been triggered) -The engine immobilisation circuits are deactivated. Warning! If the three wrong override codes are entered. if the code is correct. or ignition. -Each alarm cycle lasts 26seconds. it goes in shut down-mode. Note: -If the machine’s battery becomes drained. within the first 50 seconds of turning the ignition off). even in case of alarm. Turn the ignition off within 10s (the LED starts a new flash sequence) 5. it triggers an alarm cycle. -If the protective contacts or the ignition are latched. The owner should store this card securely as it can be used to disarm the system and also add and remove transmitters (dealer function). -The system will emit a short beep and a short flash of the indicators to indicate arming. Operation of the alarm when fully armed (active phase)_____________ -This describes the status where any activation of a trigger sounds the alarm. Turn the ignition on when the LED has flashed the number of times corresponding to the second digit of the override code 6. the system doesn’t allow the disarming with the override code. the next time the system is armed with the remote control it will be fully armed with the movement sensing included). lithium batteries (CR1220) These give a normal life of around 3 years. continue with the described procedure. -The LED flashes slowly. press and hold the remote control button for 2 seconds. -If the system is not disarmed/armed or is not triggered for 10 days the alarm enters shut down mode. Turn the ignition on when the LED has flashed the number of times corresponding to the first digit of the override code 4.2. -If the system remains in this status at least 10 days. -Adjustment not required. press the remote control once.e. -All extra remote controls must be pre coded to the number issued on the orange card issued with the original alarm. turn on the ignition and disarm via the remote control or via the override code. -Can be excluded for one active cycle. If there is a problem with the machine or alarm. the entering of the override code will trigger an alarm cycle. -To re-activate the system from the shut down mode. Remote controls______________________________________________ -Normally the system is supplied with two remote control called No. -The remote controls have 7. -The LED will be off (unless the system has been triggered). N o t e : When the system is armed only as an immobiliser the battery back up is not activated and the system will not sound if the machine’s battery is removed enabling servicing of the battery or other systems to take place. -An Orange code card is issued with all systems when produced. This code is printed on the Orange remote control code card. -The key conversion kit has location points to fit most types of OE ignition transponder chips. -The LED will flash with the same sequences as if normally armed and the system will sound to all alarm inputs except the movement sensor. generates maximum 10 alarm cycles per each setting period. -A remote control key conversion kit is available enabling the dealer to combine most ignition keys with the remote control. -Each time the machines ignition is turned off the LED flashes the number of times equal to the number of remote controls programmed into the system. -The direction indicators will flash twice and the buzzer will emit two audible signals if all is correct with the machine. Turn the ignition off within 10s (the LED will flash with an even sequence) 3.e. Note: -If on arming the machines battery or the alarms’ back up battery is detected as discharged. -You now have 50 seconds to turn the ignition on and start the machine. on disarming the buzzer will emit a warning “boop” and the LED will flash to indicate how the alarm was triggered (see the diagnostic table at the end of the operating instructions) -If the machines battery is in a low state of charge. typical movement necessary to trigger an alarm is a change of inclination of 1. -If the ignition is not turned on within 50 seconds the machine will passively immobilise. -At the end of the 26-second immunity period the LED will flash at a reduced rate and the alarm will trigger when any input is activated. N o t e : If the alarm is armed. 3 second pause removed) 0055WD20301SJP . by arming with the remote control being pressed for more than 2 seconds. Exiting shut down mode________________________________________ -To exit the shut down mode turn the ignition on. the system disarms. -The direction indicators flash once (if the machine’s battery is charged). -If the alarm entered shut down mode from its alarmed state it gives a 5 second pre-alarm beep signal to allow disarming before sounding. it is possible to test the alarm trigger inputs without triggering the alarm. Only this card contains the remote control and pass code numbers required to introduce new remotes and override the system. -All systems are factory preset with a random 5-figure sequence. use t e following h procedure: 1.M357T OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Engine immobilisation (passive arming)___________________________ -Activation occurs 50s after the system is disarmed and the ignition is not turned on or 50 seconds after the ignition is turned off. or when sounding. -If after the 5second period the system is not disarmed. please pass the code card to the new owner. the 10 alarm cycles are generated in sequence with a gap of 5 seconds between each cycle. Continue with this procedure until the entering of the fifth digit. At this stage is necessary to wait for 30 minutes with the ignition off before entering the correct override code. Movement sensor_____________________________________________ -The sensor is integrated in the alarm -At maximum sensitivity. When the fifth digit has entered. 3volt. the buzzer will emit four fast “bips” to indicate the problem. -During this 26 second initial immunity period.5°.2 x 1016 variants and are rolling code. -The system is only armed without the movement sensor for the period covered by that armed cycle (i. -If on arming.

The buzzer will confirm the correct entering of the code by the signal (bip-bip-bop-bop). 11. The override pin-code from the card is also required to access the programming routine. 7. repeat the operation. 0035WD11011SJP . All remote controls must be pre-coded to the number issued on the orange card supplied with prethe alarm. Enter the override code from the Orange code card. Leave the ignition on when you have entered the fifth digit of the override code. 1. The LED will emit the same number of flashes as the number of remote control enabled. 4. 8. pinroutine. Now the new remote control is enabled and meanwhile all those previously stored in the memory are disabled. Carry out. Transmit a second time with the same remote control for confirmation (confirmation beep).B. 3. If the system emits a “boop” the operation was wrong. 12. as above described. Transmit once with the new remote control to be enabled (LED lit on). Within 10s turn on the ignition 3 times and keep it on (beep on third activation).Introducing and removing new remote controls to the M357T N. 6. Please ensure you have these details before commencing. the double transmission of all other remote controls to be enabled (including the originals). Turn the ignition off. 5. Disarm the system either by remote control or override code. 10. 9. Turn the ignition off within 10s. 2. The system indicates that the programming is over by the signal (bip-bipbop-bop). now.