GUIDE - Adjusting the proximity sensor by the fob (Clifford)

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GUIDE - Adjusting the proximity sensor by the fob (Clifford)

Postby wyll_2k on Tue Mar 28, 2006 11:22 am

My proximity sensor kept on going off for no reason so after a lot of searching i found this. Not done it yet but i'm sure it'll work fine. Hopefully will help other ppl who have had the same problem:

Adjusting the proximity sensor
It is recommended that adjustments be performed away from fluorescent
lighting, large metal structures, or confined areas that can affect the sensor field. The alarm will exit adjustment mode automatically 60 seconds after the last adjustment signal from the transmitter and revert to its previous settings.

The proximity sensor field takes one to two minutes to settle after entering adjustment mode, so begin adjusting the sensor within 45 seconds and adjust it slowly so it has time to settle. After two minutes you will have a consistent field during adjustment testing.

Each zone has 32 settings that are indicated by chirps that raise and lower in frequency
as adjustments are made. Total adjustment time for this sensor should be five minutes or less.

Note: You MUST exit using the ARM/DISARM button after programming
to lock in the new settings!

Read the following instructions thoroughly for a full understanding of
how to properly adjust this sensor:
1. Disarm system
2. Transmit Channel 16. (Press cliff 3 times then *
1 time)
. The LED will turn on and the siren will chirp 1 time.
. Primary (full trigger) zone adjustment has now been entered.
. Primary zone can now be adjusted.

3. Adjusting Primary Zone
. Press (trunk) of the remote control to increase sensitivity.
. Press (*) of the remote control to decrease sensitivity.
. The sensor Primary zone can be tested at any time during
adjustment and will generate 1 siren chirp each time the zone is activated.
4. Press (**) to adjust Warn-Away zone
. Siren chirps 1 time.
. Warn-away Zone adjustment has now been entered.
. Warn-away Zone can now be adjusted.

5. Adjust Warn-away Zone
. Press (trunk)to increase sensitivity.
. Press (*)to decrease sensitivity.
. The sensor Warn-away zone can be tested at any time during adjustment
and will generate 1 siren chirp each time the zone is activated.
6. Press (lock/unlock) of the remote control to return to Primary zone
adjustment and lock in Warn Away zone setting.
. Siren chirps 2 times
. Primary zone can now be re-adjusted as described in
step 3.
. Or press (lock/unlock) again to lock in primary zone setting
and exit programming mode.
. The siren will chirp 3 times when sensor adjustment
mode has been exited.
. Auto-Scroll for adjusting sensitivity - press and
hold (trunk) or (*) to increase or decrease sensitivity
setting several levels rapidly.
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Postby wyll_2k on Tue Mar 28, 2006 11:31 pm

Went to a car park earlier to do it in an open space - No more beeping :D
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