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  • Offline Queensland Ken

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    Alarm system installed.
    on: Jan 30, 2014, 04.27 am
    Jan 30, 2014, 04.27 am
    Spent the day removing the FJRs Scorpio SR 600 alarm system and installing it on the Trophy.

    Best feature is the perimeter sensor, good for the lousy motels I stay at, worked quite well one night.

    Just have to tap into the 2 indicator circuits, (like the Triumph alarm) and find a way to disable the bike via the cut out relay.
    Ill give the stop and tail lights circuit a miss, will interfere with the Cbus / ECM
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    Re: Alarm system installed.
    Reply #1 on: Jan 31, 2014, 10.24 pm
    Jan 31, 2014, 10.24 pm
    *Originally Posted by Queensland Ken [+]
    Spent the day removing the FJRs Scorpio SR 600 alarm system and installing it on the Trophy.

    Best feature is the perimeter sensor, good for the lousy motels I stay at, worked quite well one night.

    Just have to tap into the 2 indicator circuits, (like the Triumph alarm) and find a way to disable the bike via the cut out relay.
    Ill give the stop and tail lights circuit a miss, will interfere with the Cbus / ECM

    So what results if the perimeter sensor goes off....../does it stop once outside the area?
    I am a Automotive teacher and want to ride to school and even if we are in a special car park the lads will want to touch etc.

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    Re: Alarm system installed.
    Reply #2 on: Jan 31, 2014, 11.40 pm
    Jan 31, 2014, 11.40 pm
    As you approach the bike the alarm chirps, as you get closer it's more constant until the the alarm triggers.
    You can adjust the tone and duration, the main feature is that the remote fob will notify you something is up.

    You can adjust the microwave perimeter field, make it more or less sensitive.

    It's not too good around shopping centres, triggers too often.
    I have it set up more for around car parks or motels at night.
    If some one walks by it will chirp at them, if they keep walking it's normally not a problem, but if they are thinking of stopping and doing nasty things it will go off also alerting your remote fob.

    You can arm the alarm with or without the perimeter feature.

    Better still for you in your case, you can adjust the accelerometer (Impact / Shock) sensor. Have it too sensitive and a good gust of wind can set it off. So if some bugger sits on the bike or tries to move the handlebars the alarm will trigger.

    Here is the manual if you want to get an idea about an older Scorpio system and its features.


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    Re: Alarm system installed.
    Reply #3 on: Feb 01, 2014, 03.05 am
    Feb 01, 2014, 03.05 am
    Queensland Ken
    If you get a moment maybe you could do a write up. I've been thinking about installing an alarm.
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    Re: Alarm system installed.
    Reply #4 on: Feb 01, 2014, 10.46 pm
    Feb 01, 2014, 10.46 pm
    I put an alarm spy 5000 Connect to flashing lights, front and rear light.
    If you can help

    connected to signal flasher lights back.
    feeding the alarm and ignition signal, use the harness that reaches the bluetooth module under the seat, right side up on the bike

    http://www.spyalarmas.com/alarma-para-moto-spy-5000m-aviso-al-mando-5km.html

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    Re: Alarm system installed.
    Reply #5 on: Feb 02, 2014, 12.57 am
    Feb 02, 2014, 12.57 am
    Thanks miss :028:
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    Re: Alarm system installed.
    Reply #6 on: Feb 02, 2014, 01.09 am
    Feb 02, 2014, 01.09 am
    Tar for the link, I found various sites for the Spy Alarm 5000.
    Looks like a good unit and far cheaper than the Scorpio.

    Will look around for some old help files for the Scorpio Alarm, just don't want to bugger anything up.
    The ECM is a bit of a touchy subject at the moment  :008:

    I'm happy just to flash the indicators and sound off the alarm.
    Will forget about disabling the bike at the moment.
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    Re: Alarm system installed.
    Reply #7 on: Feb 03, 2014, 10.37 am
    Feb 03, 2014, 10.37 am
    how about this for an alarm. Mount an invertor to your battery, connect to it a dlink 932l infrared camera (with wifi). It hides very nicely in front of the steering bolt. Take a lap top into your hotel and record the video of people and cars around your bike. Its better than an alarm system. Keep in mind___someone steeling a bike may have a gun, you gonna run out of your room and confront them? :187:

     



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