Understanding your Wireless Receiver
Your Wireless Receiver uses RF (radio frequency) technology to communicate with the control module. This receiver plugs into a vehicle Cigarette lighter or other similar power source. The receiver features: (Fig A)
A) Internal Piezo speaker for efficient audio warning tones (beeps).
B) Slide cover to adjust volume of speaker or to cover L.E.D. Cover slides front to back to either cover speaker ports to lower volume levels, or to cover L.E.D if lighting is not desired.
C) Multi-color visual indicator L.E.D for Zone by Zone Visual alerts. The L.E.D colors include Green, Yellow, and Red. See page 3 for Specifications and Relationship to “Zones”.
D) Reset style button access hole. Functions as the RF Receiver Hi/Lo volume toggle, and RF Receiver programming port.
How to Adjust the Volume and Reprogram the RF Receiver
Your RF Receiver features a programming port. This port has two programming functions:
(1) Programming the RF Receiver to the sensing unit. (Normally Preset from Factory)
(2) Hi/Lo volume selector.
Hi/Lo Volume selection:
To change the Volume setting on the Receiver, the control module should be connected and the vehicle “do not start the vehicle,” should be in the reverse gear with the parking brake set. Using a Toothpick, or similar non-metal “probe”, insert into programming port and press and release quickly.
* Programming: (Fig.B)
To program your receiver, an additional, or a replacement Receiver to the sensing unit, the vehicle should be in the reverse gear, “do not start the vehicle,” with the parking brake set. Using a Toothpick, or similar non-metal ”probe”, insert it into programming port and press and hold for at least 5 seconds, then release. Upon releasing the reprogramming button, you will hear one long confirmation chirp. After reprogramming, test the system by slowly backing toward a large object that will be detected in each zone. If you still experience problems, call (800) 225-6074.