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Table of Contents1 ) System Features.31.1 ) Heat Alert.32 ) System Components.42.1 ) Heads Up Display.42.2 ) Control POD.52.3 ) Remote / Pager.63 ) Starting the System.74 ) System Menu.75 ) System Message Descriptions.106 ) Product Care and Service.116.1 ) Heads Up Display.116.2 ) Remote / Pager.117 ) Troubleshooting.128 ) Installation.138.1 ) Read This First!.138.2 ) Before installation.138.3 ) Installation Kit Parts List.148.4 ) Charge the Remote/Pager.168.5 ) Placement of the Control POD.168.6 ) Electrical Specifications.178.7 ) Wire Harness Details.178.8 ) Window Lowering Feature Installation.208.9 ) Antenna Attachment.218.10 ) Temperature Sensor Placement.228.11 ) Lights and Horn Connection.228.12 ) MD10 F Ray Allen Fan Connection.228.13 ) Placement of Heads Up Display (HUD).238.14 ) Completing the Installation.248.15 ) Testing the HEAT ALERT System.258.16 ) Confirming Normal Operation.269 ) Warranty.2710 ) Disclaimer.28F2-G2 System Manual - Rev 4Page 2 of 28

1 ) System Features1.1 ) Heat AlertThe heat alert system monitors temperature, vehicle power, and motion inside the kennel(optional) to determine if the K9 is in danger of overheating.Alert Delay: The alert delay postpones the heat alert function after system start-up or analert reset. The duration of the delay is adjustable in the Heat Alert menu.Voltage Monitor: The voltage that is fed to the system is monitored for low voltageconditions. If the voltage drops below about 8 volts, a Vehicle Power Alert will betriggered.AUX Input: The system is equipped with an auxiliary input.triggered when this input is activated.An Aux Input Alert isAUX Output: The auxiliary output can be connected some other alarm device such as astrobe, siren, GSM dialer, etc. When an alert is triggered, this output will become active.The type of active signal can be programmed to fit the application.AUX Power: The auxiliary power output can supply vehicle power to a peripheral device.This output is only active when the F-Series system is powered on.Temp Sensors: The system utilizes two digital temperature sensors for high accuracy aswell as decreased false alarms. Both the of temp sensors must be at or over the AlertTemp set in the Heat Alert menu to trigger an alert.Window Drop: The windows that are selected in the Heat Alert menu will roll down one ata time when a heat alert is triggered. The menu option can be set to roll down just the left,just the right, or both windows.Fan Control: The optional fan is controlled both manually and automatically. The manualfan control is through the right button of the HUD and can be set to three different speedsor turned off. When a heat alert is triggered, the system will automatically turn the fan onat full speed.Horn and Lights Alarm: There are dedicated outputs for the vehicle's lights and horn.These outputs begin to function after a programmable delay which begins when a heatalert is activated.Motion Sensor: The motion sensor is an optional feature that will detect motion inside thekennel for a specified amount of time after the system has been turned off. For example, ifthe Heat Alert system is powered down, but the K9 is accidentally left in the vehicle, thesystem will detect the motion of the K9 and enter an alert state.F2-G2 System Manual - Rev 4Page 3 of 28

2 ) System Components2.1 ) Heads Up DisplayThe Heads Up Display (HUD) is the primary user interface used to monitor realtime temperature measurements and system status, manually control the kennel'sfan (if installed), and adjust system settings. When an alert condition exists, theHUD will display the alert message and can be used to reset the alert. The HUD isequipped with a back-light for the display. It is controlled by the left button and canbe set to one of three brightness levels or turned off. When the system is poweredup, the back-light will return to the brightness level it was set at when it was lastturned off.LCD DisplayMultifunction ButtonsRemote/Pager Charging PortPOD Interface JackDrawing 2.1.1: HUD FrontTemperature Trend Arrows Sensor TemperaturesHeat AlertSystem StatusBack-light LevelButton Label (Back-light)Fan SpeedButton Label (Fan)Button Label (Press – Menus / Hold - Power)Drawing 2.1.2: HUD DisplayF2-G2 System Manual - Rev 4Page 4 of 28

2.2 ) Control PODThe Control POD is the main power switching and logic control device. Thesystem settings are saved in non-volatile memory on the POD. This means thateven if power is disconnected from the system, the settings are saved and don'tneed to be reset.Antenna JackTemperatureSensor PlugsPower PlugMotion Detector PlugVehicle Interface PlugHUD Interface JackOn-Board FusesDrawing 2.2.1: Control POD TopReference FunctionValue (A)F1Fan15AF2Window - Left20AF3Horn20AF4Aux20AF5Lights20AF6Not Used15AF7Window - Right 20ATable 2.2.1: On-Board Fuse ValuesF2-G2 System Manual - Rev 4Page 5 of 28

2.3 ) Remote / PagerThe Remote/Pager (RP) is the portable interface to the system. It displays almost exactlythe same information as the HUD. The RP will notify of an alert condition by vibrating andbeeping (unless muted in which case it will only vibrate) and can be used to reset the alert.After approximately one minute of no buttons being pressed, the display will turn off toconserve battery power, but the RP will continue to receive updates. The RP is equippedwith a back-light for the display which can be turned on by pressing the right button. TheRP is powered by a lithium-polymer rechargeable battery. It can be recharged using eitherthe included 120V wall charger or the included charging pigtail which allows the RP to berecharged from the HUD. It could take more than an hour to fully recharge the battery butcan be left on the charger indefinitely without causing damage. This type of battery alsodoes not have a “memory” effect and so there is no need to fully discharge the batterybefore recharging.Note: The Remote / Pager holster is constructed of a special polymer that can be cut toaccommodate larger fingers to access the DEPLOY K-9 Button through the holster.LCD DisplayMultifunctionButtonsDrawing 2.3.1: Remote/Pager FrontTemperature Trend ArrowsSignal StrengthSensor TemperaturesBattery LevelHeat AlertSystem StatusButton Label (Mute)Button Label (Press – Back-light / Hold - Power)Drawing 2.3.2: Remote/Pager DisplayF2-G2 System Manual - Rev 4Page 6 of 28

3 ) Starting the SystemTo power-up the system, hold down the center button located on the Heads UpDisplay (HUD). Release the button when the LCD changes. The system willperform a quick diagnostic. The display will show two independent temperaturereadings, and system status indicators. Along the bottom are controls for the backlight, fan (left and right button respectively), and menu access / power button.Note: Your system is powered by direct connection to the vehicle battery and willremain on and functioning even when the vehicle is turned off. Therefore whenyour vehicle is not in service and/or you no longer require this system to function,you must manually turn the system OFF (press and hold the center button of theHUD).4 ) System MenuAccess the particular system you wish to program by first pressing the centerbutton on the HUD once. This brings you to the first level of your Setup menu.To access the feature sub-menus, select the desired feature with the left and rightbuttons and then press the center button to enter that sub-menu.To change a feature option, select the desired option with the left and right buttonsand then press the center button to edit that option. The left and right buttons canthen be used to change the option value. Once the option has been set to thedesired value, pressing the center button will allow another option to be selectedfor editing.Holding the center button will exit out of the current sub-menu or menu.F2-G2 System Manual - Rev 4Page 7 of 28

Drawing 4.1: System Menu DiagramF2-G2 System Manual - Rev 4Page 8 of 28Alarm Mode: Sets which audible/visual alarmsshould be activated when the alarm delay hasexpired after an alert is triggered.Window Drop: Sets which window(s) will dropwhen a heat, vehicle power, auxilliary, or motionalert is triggered.Alert Delay: Sets the initial delay after systemstartup or a reset alert before heat alert system isactive.Alert Temp: Sets the temperature that bothtemperature sensors must reach to trigger a heatalert.Temp Units: Sets temperature measurementunits to fahrenheit or celcius.Heat Alert:Enables or disables heat alertsystem. Vehicle power alert and motion alert (ifinstalled) are also affected by this setting.HEAT ALERTHEAT ALERT: OFF/ONTEMP UNITS: F/CALERT TEMP: 70F – 99F (85)ALERT DELAY: 0m – 10m (2)WINDOW DROP: OFF/LEFT/RIGHT/BOTHALARM MODE: OFF/LIGHTS/HORN/BOTHAlert Delay:Sets the number of minutesbetween motion being detected and an alert beingtriggered.Detect Duration: Sets the number of minutesthe system will watch for motion.Detect Delay: Sets the number of minutes thesystem will wait before watching for motion.1m – 10m (5)5/10/15/20/25/30/CONT1m – 3m (2)MOTION TIMERSDETECT DELAY:DETECT DUR:ALERT DELAY:HEAT ALERTMOTION TIMERSADVANCEDSETUPSystem Menu Diagram

Drawing 4.2: System Menu Diagram - Advanced SettingsF2-G2 System Manual - Rev 4Page 9 of 28OFF/SNGL/PLS/CONT1s – 20s (1)Aux Time: If AuxMode is set to a single pulse,this sets the duration of the pulse. If Aux Mode isset to continuous pulsing, this sets the duration ofeach pulse (and duration of each break betweenpulses) or half the period. If Aux Mode is set tocontinuous output, this setting has no effect.Aux Mode: Sets the type of auxiliary output whenan alert is triggered (either none, a single pulse,continuous pulsing until the alert reset, or acontinuous high output until the alert is reset).AUX MODE:AUX TIME:ADV - AUX OUTPUT0s – 99s (30)1s – 15s (5)Window Time: Sets the number of seconds thewindow outputs will activate when droppingwindows.Alarm Delay: Sets the number of seconds afteran alert is triggered before the audible/visiblealarm is activated.ALARM DELAY:WINDOW TIME:ADV – OUTPUT TIMINGAUX OUTPUTOUTPUT TIMINGRF PARAMSRESET ALLADVANCED11 – 25 (15)RF Channel: Sets the radio frequency channel tobe used for wireless communications with theRemote/Pager.RF CHANNEL:ADV – RF PARAMS

5 ) System Message DescriptionsDisplayed MessageEvent DescriptionRemote/Pager BehaviorHIGH TEMPALERT!The in-vehicle temperature Continuous,alternatingis at or above the Alert vibrator and beeper (NoTemp at both sensors.beeper if ‘MUTE’ is enabled).VEHICLE POWERALERT!alternatingThe vehicle battery voltage Continuous,hasdroppedbelow vibrator and beeper (Nobeeper if ‘MUTE’ is enabled).approximately 8 volts.MOTIONALERT!Themotiondetector Continuous,alternating(optional) has detected vibrator and beeper (Nomotion inside the vehicle beeper if ‘MUTE’ is enabled).while the system is powereddownAUX INPUTALERT!The auxiliary inputreceived a pulse.has Continuous,alternatingvibrator and beeper (Nobeeper if ‘MUTE’ is enabled).Table 5.1: Heat Alert MessagesDisplayed MessageLOW BATTERYNO SIGNAL XX:XXEvent DescriptionRemote/Pager BehaviorThe Remote/Pager battery Periodic vibration and beepneeds to be recharged to (No beeper if ‘MUTE’ isensure continued operation. enabled)The Remote/Pager has notreceived a signal from thePOD for the time specified(approximate)Vibration and beep after 2minutes and every 10 minutesafter signal is lost (No beeperif ‘MUTE’ is enabled)Table 5.2: Remote / Pager MessageF2-G2 System Manual - Rev 4Page 10 of 28

6 ) Product Care and ServiceYour system has been designed to give years of trouble free use. Great effort wasgiven to the selection of the highest quality components and fixtures. Following aretips and suggestions that will help keep your system fully functional.6.1 ) Heads Up DisplayThe Heads Up Display (HUD) can be cleaned with a soft, damp cloth. Do not useabrasive cleansers as they can damage the LCD panel and the housing. Your HUDrequires no additional user maintenance.6.2 ) Remote / PagerYour Remote/Pager (RP) is designed to be carried on a law enforcement duty belt.Included with your system is a custom belt holster that is engineered to offerdurability, ease of use, and comfort when carrying the RP.Your RP can be cleaned with a soft, damp cloth. Do not use abrasive cleaners asthey can damage the LCD panel and the case. Do not submerge the RP in water.However, if the RP does become immersed in water, turn it off immediately. Allowthe RP to completely dry before attempting to charge or turn it on again.F2-G2 System Manual - Rev 4Page 11 of 28

7 ) Troubleshooting The Remote/Pager is frozen and won't turn ON/OFF. The RP can be reset by momentarily holding down both of the front buttons atthe same time.The range of the Remote/Pager is not very good. The wireless connection between the RP and the POD can be changed to adifferent channel if there are issues with interference. The channel can bechanged on the POD by accessing the appropriate menu through the HUD. Tochange the channel on the RP, hold down the left, front button while the RP ispowered down. Skip through the first screen which is used to set the serialnumber of the POD that the RP is to connect to. The next screen allows youto change the channel number.The system turns off when the RP is plugged into the HUD charging cord. When the RP battery is very low, sometimes the initial power demand causesthe system to shut down. The system can be powered back up immediatelyand system operation should continue normally.The Remote/Pager does not connect. There is probably a difference of serial number or RF channel between theremote and the main system. Follow these steps to make sure that these twoparameters match. Make note of the system serial number displayed on the HUD when it isturned on. It will be labeled “POD SN”. Make note of the RF channel located in SETUP ADVANCED RFPARAMS. Turn on the RP, and while the Ray Allen logo is being displayed, quicklypress and release the MUTE button. The RP will then allow you to adjustthe serial number one digit at a time. Adjust each digit to match the serial number displayed by the HUDpressing NEXT to advance to the next digit. After all four digits are set,press NEXT again. Adjust the RF channel to the same value as in the RF PARAMS menu andpress NEXT and then DONE on the next screen.The RP will power down. It can now be turned on normally and shouldconnect quickly to the system.F2-G2 System Manual - Rev 4Page 12 of 28

8 ) Installation8.1 ) Read This First!Installation of this system should be carried out by qualified persons familiar withthe general installation of law enforcement electronics commonly installed in policeservice vehicles. It is recommended that the installer(s) have updated wiringdiagrams and schematics of the specific vehicle in which the system will beinstalled or have access to wiring information through a local dealership or othersource.If you are replacing an existing deployment and/or heat alert system, remove allprevious wiring before beginning installation. Our System requires that wiringconnections be made as described in this manual - do not connect this to any othersystem’s pre-existing wires.Any deviation from these instructions that causes damage to any part of thesystem will void the warranty.8.2 ) Before installation1. Confirm all parts and components are included and accounted for by doing acomplete inventory of the package contents.2. Read this manual to familiarize yourself with the system’s uniquerequirements for installation.3. Observe all safety practices. It is the installer’s responsibility to determine,implement, and observe those safety practices.Please note:This system is designed to be directly hardwired to the vehicle’s 12-volt battery. Donot connect the system to the vehicle battery until all connections have beencompleted and verified as being correct.Do not connect this product to any device intended to detect vehicle battery drain.Doing so may “power down” this product and/or render it ineffective for its intendeduse.We recommend that you meet with the intended user to discuss preferences andinstallation requirements specific to the system’s application and user comfort.F2-G2 System Manual - Rev 4Page 13 of 28

8.3 ) Installation Kit Parts ListPart DescriptionKit Qty Reorder PNAntenna1F9710ft Antenna Cable1F77Heads-Up Display(HUD)1F74HUD Articulating Mount 1w/Hardware Pack (4screws/nuts)F95Remote/Pager Unit1F71Remote/Pager Holster2F91120V Remote Charger1F99In-Vehicle RemoteCharging Pigtail1F98F2-G2 System Manual - Rev 4Page 14 of 28

Part DescriptionKit Qty Reorder PNSystem Control POD1F73Control POD/HUDCommunications 15ftCable (Grey)1F94Temperature Sensor w/ 215ft cable (Greyw/Black Tip)F85(Set of 2)Electrical HardwarePack1NonePOD & HUDAttachment HardwarePack (8 self-tappingscrews)1NoneSystem Power WireHarness (15ft)1F81Vehicle Interface WireHarness (15ft)1Table 8.3.1: Parts ListF2-G2 System Manual - Rev 4Page 15 of 28

8.4 ) Charge the Remote/PagerAfter unpacking the System we recommend that you immediately charge theRemote/Pager. To do this: the Remote/Pager and charger.Plug the charger into a 120v 60hz receptacle (standard wall plug).Plug the charger into the charging port on the side of the Remote/Pager.The message CHARGING BATTERY will appear on the LCD screen of theRemote/Pager.Note: If the Remote/Pager battery is completely dead it may take a few minutesbefore the charging sequence begins.Note: We have provided you with a long-life Remote/Pager battery. Depending ontemperature, it can take over an hour to fully charge this device. For yourconvenience, the Remote/Pager is protected by over-charge circuitry therefore itcan remain on the charger indefinitely without fear of battery damage.8.5 ) Placement of the Control PODBefore starting your installation, consider the most appropriate placement of thesystem’s Control POD in the interior of the vehicle (the POD design requires that itbe located inside of the passenger compartment). Be certain that:1. Both wire harnesses can easily reach the Control POD as well as theirintended point of connection to the vehicle components.2. The antenna connector can be mounted to the roof of the vehicle and stillmake connection to the Control POD.3. The Control POD/HUD Communications Cable can be routed from the HeadsUp Display to the Control POD.4. The Control POD can be securely attached anywhere in the interior of thevehicle (it does NOT need to be grounded). Use the self-tapping screwsincluded to secure the POD to the front panel of your K-9 insert or attachusing 2-sided tape, Velcro or any other attachment method you choose.All wire harnesses are provided with fifteen (15) feet of wire.communications cable and antenna cable are ten (10) feet long.The POD/HUDNote: Take care to route all wires away from excessive heat sources and points ofpossible abrasion.F2-G2 System Manual - Rev 4Page 16 of 28

8.6 ) Electrical SpecificationsInput VoltageSupply Current (powered down)Supply Current (powered up)Remote / Pager Battery Life*Remote / Pager RF Frequency6V - 16V25mA - 30mA100mA - 200mA50h - 80h2.4GHzTable 8.6.1: Electrical Specifications* This rating assumes that remote is idling with good, consistent connection with POD.Control POD/HUD Communications Cable A four conductor, unshielded, twisted pair cable terminated on both ends withan RJ9 (4p4c) modular IDC plugAntenna Roof mounted, external Omnidirectional Part 15 compliant reverse polarity SMA connector 10 or 15 foot cable NMO high frequency connector8.7 ) Wire Harness DetailsPin # Wire Color Signal NameSignal Description1RedSystem Power Input Connect directly to positive batteryterminal through included 40A fuse.2N/AN/AN/A3BlueFan OutputConnect to black fan wire to blow intocage. (This output provides ground forthe fan. Do NOT short to positive batteryvoltage.) Do NOT connect to more thanone fan. See 8.12) MD10 F Ray AllenFan Connection on page 22 for moreinformation.4GreenSystem PowerGroundConnect directly to negative batteryterminal.Table 8.7.1: System Power Wire HarnessF2-G2 System Manual - Rev 4Page 17 of 28

Pin #Wire ColorSignal NameSignal Description1PurpleLeft Window OutputConnect to window motor wire that goes from0 to 12 volts when window is rolled down.See 8.8) Window Lowering FeatureInstallation on page 20 for more information.2N/ANo ConnectionN/A3N/ANo ConnectionN/A4YellowHorn OutputConnect to vehicle's horn or other auditoryalarm device. See 8.11) Lights and HornConnection on page 22 for more information.5GreyAux OutputMultifunction auxiliary output.6N/ANo ConnectionN/A7BlueRight Window OutputConnect to window motor wire that goes from0 to 12 volts when window is rolled down.See 8.8) Window Lowering FeatureInstallation on page 20 for more information.8Purple / BlackLeft Window PassThroughConnect to window switch wire that goesfrom 0 to 12 volts when window is rolleddown. See 8.8) Window Lowering FeatureInstallation on page 20 for more information.9Grey / BlackAux InputConnect to any peripheral device that sendsa 12 volt pulse when alert is desired.10Red / BlackAux PowerConnect to any peripheral device that needsto be powered when system is turned on.11N/ANo ConnectionN/A12WhiteLights OutputConnect to vehicle's parking lights or anyother visual alarm device. See 8.11) Lightsand Horn Connection on page 22 for moreinformation.13N/ANo ConnectionN/A14Blue / BlackRight Window PassThroughConnect to window switch wire that goesfrom 0 to 12 volts when window is rolleddown. See 8.8) Window Lowering FeatureInstallation on page 20 for more information.Table 8.7.2: Vehicle Interface Wire Harness14 13 12 11 10765439281Drawing 8.7.1: Connector NumberingDiagram (viewed from wire side)F2-G2 System Manual - Rev 4Page 18 of 28

Drawing 8.7.2: Typical InstallationF2-G2 System Manual - Rev 4Page 19 of 28Heads-up displayMotion detectoroptionalTemp sensor 1Temp sensor 2Remote / PagerSplitterBi-directionalwireless linkAntenna(GR)UpDown(BL/BK)Right window onalUpDownFanLeft window switchUpDownPOS(PU/BK)Vehicle battery(PU)Left window motorRight window motor(BL)(BL)(RD)NEG40A fuseF2 System Typical InstallationParking naoptionalCO DetectoroptionalSmoke Detectoroptional

8.8 ) Window Lowering Feature InstallationThe vehicle interface wiring harness included with this system has 2 wiresdesignated for this feature for each rear side window. These wires should berouted from the ‘B’ pillar through the conduit into each door. Make the connectioninside each door.To determine the wire in the door to splice into, activate the window switch and,using a volt-meter, determine which of the two wires connecting the control switchto the window motor changes from 0 to 12 volts during the lowering of the window(“down wire”). Cut this wire and connect the window output wire (identified fromthe vehicle interface harness table) to the motor side of this wire. Connect thewindow pass-through wire to the switch side of this wire. Butt-splices are includedfor these connections. Ensure these wires are connected correctly as switchingthem will cause a dead short that could cause damage to the system.The window activation duration should be adjusted through the Advanced Menu toa setting that is just long enough the drop each window completely. See 4) SystemMenu on page 7 for more information on adjusting this / blackorpurple / blackblueorpurpleDown wireWindow switchcut hereWindow motorUp wireDrawing 8.8.1: Typical Window System InterfaceF2-G2 System Manual - Rev 4Page 20 of 28

8.9 ) Antenna AttachmentThe provided antenna cable assembly is 10 feet in length. The cable should berun from the POD to a 3/4” hole drilled through the roof of the vehicle. Theantenna connector is a modified NMO style terminal. The center contact andplastic washer must be removed in order to attach the antenna.Drawing 8.9.1: NMOMount ModificationF2-G2 System Manual - Rev 4Page 21 of 28

8.10 ) Temperature Sensor PlacementYou have been provided with two (2) Temperature Sensors which are specificallydesigned to work with this system. Each Sensor has fifteen (15) feet of cable. TheseSensors are plugged into the system Control POD (the two plugs next to the antenna port– opposite side of the wiring harnesses). Care should be taken before deciding where theirfinal mounting point should be. We have provided hook and loop fasteners (Velcro ) tosecure these Sensors. Place the cable under the Velcro so that the black TemperatureSensor is completely exposed.Consider: Neither Sensor should be mounted in a position that is subject to direct sunlight nor inclose proximity to air conditioning vents or the roof of the vehicle -- Doing so will giveincorrect readings of the “true” temperature inside the vehicle. Cables should be routed to avoid points of possible abrasion. Be certain the K9 cannot get to the sensors. They are not chew proof.8.11 ) Lights and Horn ConnectionUnder the dashboard, at the fuse panel or under the hood of the vehicle, locate the wiresused for these features. Activate the lights and the horn from inside of the vehicle. Usinga volt-meter, determine the wire that changes from 0 to 12 volts when these features areactivated. Carefully splice into this circuit. On certain vehicles it may be necessary tosplice into the wiring circuit beyond relays and fuse boxes.8.12 ) MD10 F Ray Allen Fan ConnectionThe Ray Allen MD10 F Fan is designed to bolt directly to either side of the front panel onthe Ray Allen Cruise Eze . Hardware for this installation is included with the Fan. Whenattaching the Fan to the front panel of your Cruise Eze , we suggest you insert the boltsand washers from inside of the cage and place the nut on the Fan side. You do not wantthe nut on the inside of the cage as it has a higher profile than the bolt head and this mayinjure the dog.Also included is the wiring to connect directly to the system’s Control POD. To completethis connection, attach the fan output wire from the POD to the black wire on the fan (buttsplices are included for this connection). Connect the blue wire from the fan to a positivebattery voltage. The POD is designed to control only one fan. Therefore, do not connectthe POD's fan wire to multiple fans. Test this connection when testing the completesystem. This fan is designed to blow “in” to the Cruise Eze unit. If for some reason youwish this fan to blow in the opposite direction, simply reverse these wire connections.F2-G2 System Manual - Rev 4Page 22 of 28

8.13 ) Placement of Heads Up Display (HUD)The HUD is the system's user interface used for information read-outs and featureprogramming therefore easy access to the HUD visually and physically is vital. Wehave included an articulating mount that can be used for this purpose. This mounteasily attaches to the HUD using the self-tapping screws included in your hardwarepack. Once the location has been determined (we recommend the intended userbe involved in this decision) the base of

1 ) System Features 1.1 ) Heat Alert The heat alert system monitors temperature, vehicle power, and motion inside the kennel (optional) to determine if the K9 is in danger of overheating. Alert Delay: The alert delay postpones the heat alert function after system start-up or an alert reset