Event memory

The event memory stores the contact or triggering type that triggered the alarm. The priming type also is saved.

A maximum of 10 events can be saved. If another event is added, the oldest one is deleted. The event with the highest number is the most current one.

An alarm can be triggered by the following

Door contact, driver

Door contact, passenger

Central locking contact "locked", driver

Central locking contact "locked", passenger

Front lid

Rear lid

Radio contact

External switch contact 1

External switch contact 2

Oddments tray

Switch, convertible top/sliding roof Switch, convertible top compartment cover Alarm horn

Passenger compartment monitoring Terminal 15 on Note

Up to three alarm triggering possibilities exist via the passenger compartment monitoring system and the external switching contacts.

With the priming type, a distinction is made between:

Locked via lock

Emergency-locked

Locked via radio

Self-primed

System test

Primed after battery connection Secured via lock Secured via radio

Priming status memory

The alarm-triggering components that are in the "non-active" state during priming and that are therefore blocked for alarm triggering are stored in the priming status memory. The priming type also is saved.

Drive links

With this menu item, it is possible to activate drive links of the alarm system using the Porsche System Tester 2. This allows the function of the drive links to be assessed very quickly.

The following drive links can be actuated: Comfort closing/opening Indicator light (button) Lock doors Secure doors

Alarm horn

Direction indicator lights Note

The radio unit or the PCM operator control unit are connected to an auxiliary frame by the Radio contact. The radio contact area on the radio unit or PCM operator control unit has an insulating strip. If this insulating strip wears through the contact tab, ground contact can occur. In the case of maintained contact no alarm is triggered. This is because all active inputs (ground connection) are blocked when activated to trigger an alarm. In the case of a loose contact, an alarm may be triggered. Under the menu item Events, the PST 2 can be used to read out the cause of the alarm being triggered. Under the menu item Input signals, the status of the radio contact can be read out.

Tank locking Interior light Load disconnection Luggage compartment, rear Function indicator External output

Input signals

This menu item enables input signals of the alarm system to be read out by the Porsche System Tester 2. This allows the function of the input signals to be assessed very quickly.

Luggage compartment, rear

Luggage compartment, front

Convertible top/sunroof

The following input signals can be read out:

Oddments tray

Radio contact

Input 1

Convertible top compartment lid (microswitch omitted as from Y-range)

Signal, terminal 15

Radio transmitter: Button 1

Alarm horn

Radio transmitter: Button 2

Driver's side secured Passenger's side secured Driver's side locked Passenger's side locked Doors, driver's side Doors, passenger's side Door lock barrel Central locking button Signal, terminal 86 S Immobilizer Signal from airbag

Coding

Under the menu item Coding there is a choice

Country coding Version coding Version coding, rear lid Rear lid re-locking Vehicle re-locking Alarm siren/tilt sensor Country coding

The country in which the vehicle is used can be coded using the Porsche System Tester 2. The type of alarm output and its duration depend on the country codes.

Activation

Duration

Country

Alarm horn

pulsed with 2.5 Hz, pulse/duty ratio 1:1

3 min ±5 s

USA, AUS, BRA

30 s

FRG, UK, B

continuous tone

30 s

CH

Direction indicator lights

pulsed with 2.5 Hz, pulse/duty ratio 1:1

5 min ±5 s

FRG, UK, B

4 min ±5 s

USA, AUS, BRA

no activation

CH

Interior light

in opposite cycle to direction indicator lights

5 min ±5 s

FRG, UK, B

4 min ±5 s

USA, AUS, BRA

no activation

CH

Alarm siren

triggered at the beginning of the alarm output

UK, B

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