If a control command is issued via the handheld transmitter, this is confirmed with display type 4 for the duration of the operation. This display has priority.

Alarm triggering and alarm output

The alarm functions can be triggered only in the primed state.

A non-blocked alarm input triggers an alarm in the primed state with an active signal. The alarm-triggering input then remains blocked for further alarm triggering until it returns to the inactive state. Then, following expiry of the inactive period of 10 seconds, it is again included in the alarm evaluation, provided that it was inactive for the entire inactive period.

In a priming cycle, the inputs Passenger compartment monitor, External 1 and External 2 trigger a maximum of three alarms.

The alarm output is via:

Horn depending on the country

Horn depending on the country

Interior lights asynchronous with the direction indicator lights, depending on the country

Radio remote control

If a command is issued via the handheld transmitter, this is acknowledged with display type 4 at the alarm readiness display for the duration of the operation.

Commands triggered and correctly executed via the handheld transmitter are acknowledged as follows at the output for the direction indicator lights:

Secure with signal 2

Lock with signal 3

Unlock with signal 1

Depending on the country, the checkback signal can be programmed via the Porsche System Tester 2.

All other functions such as interior light control are controlled in the same way as with the vehicle key.

If operating commands are simultaneously present from the handheld transmitter and the door lock barrels, the signal recognised first has priority.

The alarm output with all associated actions is interrupted immediately in the event of deactivation.

Diagnosis/troubleshooting, alarm system

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