Model 3100Installation GuideThis product is intended for installation by a professionalinstaller only! Attempts to install this product by a person otherthan a trained professional may result in severe damage to avehicle’s electrical system and components. 2011 Directed Electronics, Vista, CAN3100 2011 - 12
ContentsWhat is Included. 1Wiring Connections. 2Main Harness 12-pin Connector (H1). 2Door Lock, 3-Pin Connector (H2). 3Horn Honk, 3-pin connector. 3Starter Interrupt Harness (H3) . 4Plug-in LED and Valet Program switch. 4Internal Programming Jumper . 5Light Flash. 5Onboard Dual Stage Zone 2 Impact Sensor. 6Bypassing Sensor Inputs. 6Nuisance Prevention Circuitry (NPC). 7Table of Zones. 7Remote Control Programming. 8Function Table. 9System Feature Programming. 9Feature Table. 10Feature Descriptions. 11Troubleshooting. 13
What is Included The control moduleTwo 4-button, (or 3-button) remote controlsThe plug-in LED system status indicatorThe plug-in Valet buttonAn on-board dual zone impact sensorA high-powered sirenThe 12-pin primary harnessThe 3-pin door lock harnessThe plug-in starter interrupt harness 2011 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved.1
Wiring ConnectionsImpact sensor adjusterStarter interrupt input/outputDoor Lock port3-pin Horn Honk HarnessStatus LED port12-pin Primary HarnessValet button portMain Harness 12-pin Connector (H1)2H1/1ORANGE(-) 500 mA Ground-When-Armed OutputH1/2WHITE( /-) Selectable Light Flash OutputH1/3WHITE/BLUE(-) 200 mA Channel 3 Validity OutputH1/4BLACK/WHITE(-) 200 mA Interior Light Illumination OutputH1/5GREEN(-) Door Trigger Input, Zone 3H1/6BLUE(-) Multiplex Trigger Input, Zone 1H1/7VIOLET( ) Door Trigger Input, Zone 3H1/8BLACK(-) Chassis Ground InputH1/9YELLOW( ) Ignition Input, Zone 5 2011 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved.
H1/10BROWN( ) Siren OutputH1/11RED( )12 V Constant Power InputH1/12RED/WHITE(-) 200 mA Channel 2 Validity OutputDoor Lock, 3-Pin Connector (H2)1GREEN(-) Lock, ( ) unlock output2OPENexcept if using 451M3BLUE( ) Lock, (-) unlock outputThis security system can control two common power door lock types withoutany additional parts. With certain vehicles, or if an actuator is to be installed,either a 451M Door Lock Relay Satellite or two relays will be required.Important: For additional Door Lock information refer to Tech tip #1041 atwww.directechs.com or contact your local distributor.Horn Honk, 3-pin connectorH/1OPENNO FUNCTIONH/2BROWN/BLACK(-) 200 mA HORN HONK OUTPUTH/3OPENNO FUNCTIONThis wire outputs a single pulse when arming the system and two pulses when disarming the system. This wire will also output pulses for 30seconds when the system is triggered or if panic mode is activated. Ifthe vehicle has a ( ) horn circuit, a standard automotive SPDT relay ora relay assembly package (p/n 8617) must be used. 2011 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved.3
Starter Interrupt Harness (H3)1BLACKStarter interrupt input2BLACKStarter interrupt outputUse one of these wires as a starter interrupt input and the other as a starterinterrupt output wireImportant: These two black wires are interchangeable.Control ModulePlug-in LED and Valet Program switchThese plug into the control module. The status LED plugs into the white 2-pinsocket, while the valet program switch plugs into the blue 2-pin connector. Thestatus LED and valet switch each fit into a 9/32 inch hole.Valet ProgrambuttonLEDBlue 2-pin portWhite 2-pin port4ControlModule 2011 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved.
Internal Programming JumperImportant: The module must be unscrewed to access the light flash jumper.Light FlashThis jumper is used to determine the light flash output. In the ( ) position, theon-board relay is enabled and the unit will output ( )12V on the H1/2 WHITEwire. In the (-) position, the on-board relay is disabled. The H1/2 WHITE wirewill supply a (-) 200 mA output suitable for driving factory parking light relays.To access the jumper, open the control module.Important: For parking light circuits that draw 10 amps or more, the internaljumper must be switched to a (-) light flash output. P/N 8617 or a standard automotive SPDT relay must be used on the H1/2 light flash output harness wire. 2011 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved.5
Onboard Dual Stage Zone 2 Impact SensorImpact sensor adjusterThere is a dual-stage impact sensor inside the control unit. Adjustments aremade via the rotary control as indicated above. Since the impact sensor doesnot work well when mounted firmly to metal, we recommend against screwingdown the control module. We recommend mounting the control module to alarge wiring loom.Important: When adjusting the sensor, it must be mounted in the same location where it will be after the installation is completed. Adjusting the sensorand then relocating the module requires readjustment.Bypassing Sensor InputsSensors can be bypassed during auxiliary channel and add-on accessory operations. During an auxiliary channel output apply ground to the H1/6 wire,the sensors will be bypassed and will not trigger the alarm until several secondsafter the ground ceases. This is ideal for add-on remote starters and windowcontrol modules:ADD-ON REMOTESTART UNIT6 2011 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved.
Nuisance Prevention Circuitry (NPC)Nuisance Prevention Circuitry or (NPC) bypasses input zones for 60 minutes.This prevents annoying repetive trigger sequence due to faulty door pinswitches or environmental conditions such as thunder, jackhammers, and airport noise.When the same zone triggers three times, less than an hour apart, the systembypasses that zone for 60 minutes. If the zone does not trigger the systemduring the 60-minute bypass period, zone monitoring begins again when 60minutes has passed. If the zone does trigger while bypassed the 60-minutebypass starts over again. The vehicle doors are protected differently by NPC.If the system is triggered by an open door for three, full 30-second cycles (oneand one half minutes), the system bypasses the doors until the trigger ceases.Disarming and rearming does not reset NPC. To reset NPC 60-minutes mustpass without a trigger, or it is reset when the ignition is turned on. The system isable to trigger repeatedly, disarm, re-arm, and allow NPC to bypass a faultyzone.When disarming 5 chirps indicates NPC is active. The LED reports the bypassed zone, as described in the table below.Table of ZonesA zone is represented by the number of status LED flashes used by thesystem to identify a particular type of input.ZoneDescriptionInput Description1(-) multiplex trigger inputH1/6 Blue wire2Instant trigger: a heavier impactdetected by the on-board shocksensorOn-board shock sensor.3Door switch triggerH1/5 Green and H1/7 Violet5Ignition triggerH1/9 Yellow wire 2011 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved.7
Remote Control ProgrammingRemote controls included in this system are pre-programmed in the standardbutton configuration, and are ready to use. This system will accept up to fourremote controls.To add, delete, or reprogram remote controls with customized button configurations, use the following procedure.Important: Test the systems Ignition input, Door trigger input, Valet button,Status LED, and siren for proper operation before proceeding.22.214.171.124.5.Select a System Function and the required number of valet button presses,as described in the following table. (see Function description table)Open a door and turn the key ON (run position).Press and release the Valet button to select the function. After pressingand releasing corresponding to the function, then press the Valet buttononce more and hold it. The LED flashes and the siren sounds to confirmthe selection.While holding the Valet button, press the remote button that controls theselected function. The siren emits one long sound to confirm programming.Release the Valet button to finish and exit programming, or to programanother function return to step 3 and continue through step 5 again (Example: after programming ‘Arm only’, select ‘Panic only’ by pressing andreleasing the Valet button two times, then press and hold it). Repeat toprogram more functions.Exit ProgrammingThe siren emits one quick chirp, and then another lengthier chirp when exiting.Programming is exited if any of the following occurs: Turn ignition off Close the doors Press Valet button too many times 15 seconds or more lapses between steps8 2011 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved.
Function TableValet button presses(Chirps/Flashes)System Function1Arm/Disarm/Panic2Aux Channel 23Aux Channel 34Arm only5Disarm only6Panic only7Auto-learn standard configuration*8Delete remote controls & Reset features***Press any remote button to program the standard button configuration asdescribed in the owners manual.** Press any button of a programmed remote to delete all remote controls fromthe system and to reset the features to default settings.System Feature ProgrammingThe system features are pre-programmed to default settings and may need tobe changed to accommodate vehicle specific requirements and user preferences. To change the system feature settings use the following procedure:Important: Test the systems Ignition input, Door trigger input, Valet button,Status LED, and siren for proper operation before proceeding.126.96.36.199.Select a System Feature and required number of Valet button presses asdescribed in the following Features table.Open a door, turn the key ON, and then OFF.Press and release the Valet button to select the feature. After pressingand releasing corresponding to the selected function, then press the Valetbutton once more and hold it. The LED flashes and the siren sounds toconfirm the selection.While still holding the Valet button press the 2011 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved.button on the9AUXAUX
remote to set the feature to the LED On option. To set the LEDOff, while still holding the Valet button, press.* (See FeatureTable)5. Release the Valet button to exit programming, or repeat the aboveto program more features.* Pressor AUX on the 3-button remote to set the feature tothe LED Off option.AUXAUXExit ProgrammingThe siren emits one quick chirp, and then another lengthier chirp when exiting.Programming is exited when one of the following occurs: Turn ignition ONClose the doorsPress Valet button too many times15 seconds or more lapses between stepsFeature TableValet button presses(Chirps/Flashes)10LED ON OPTION*1 chirpLED OFF OPTION2 chirps1Active ArmingPassive Arming2Confirmation Chirps ONConfirmation Chirps OFF3Ign-controlled Locking ONIgn-controlled Locking OFF4Active LockingPassive Locking50.8 Second Doorlock Pulse3.5 Second Door Lock Pulse6Double Pulse Unlock OFFDouble Pulse Unlock ON7Code Hopping ONCode Hopping OFF8Door Trigger Error Chirp ONDoor Trigger Error Chirp OFF9Double Pulse Lock OFFDouble Pulse Lock ON 2011 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved.
10Comfort Closure OFFComfort Closure ON* Default settings.Feature Descriptions1.Active/Passive Arming Active Arming: the transmitter must be used to arm the system. Passive Arming: after exiting the vehicle system arms automatically.Note: Doors must be closed. The system is passively armed 30 secondsafter closing the doors.2.Confirmation Chirps: ON: arm, disarm, and sensor warn-away chirps are active OFF: arm and disarm chirps are defeated, warn-away chirps areactiveIgn-controlled Locking ON: the door lock/unlock outputs activate when ignition is turnedon/off. OFF: the door lock/unlock outputs do not activate when ignition isturned on/off.Note: Doors must be closed for ignition lock to work.3.4.Active/Passive Locking Active Locking: The doors do not lock when passively arming onlywhen using the remote. Passive Locking: The doors automatically lock when the system passively arms.5.Door Lock Pulse 0.8 seconds: the door lock output pulses are 800mS in duration. 3.5 seconds: the door lock pulses are 3.5 seconds in duration.6.Double Pulse Unlock 2011 Directed Electronics. All rights reserved.11
OFF: the door unlock output provides a single pulse.ON: the door unlock output provides a double pulse.7.Code Hopping ON: The code hopping portion of messages from the remote controls are decrypted before a command is activated OFF: The code hopping portion of the remote control messages areignored resulting in possible range improvement.8.Door Trigger Error Chirp ON: If the door trigger is active when arming, the siren emits 1additional chirp