Pursuit Car Alarm Manual
PURSUIT CAR ALARM MANUAL. FIRE DETECTION ALARM SYSTEMS.
Pursuit Car Alarm Manual
- car alarm
- Car Alarm is an album by The Sea and Cake, which was released on October 21, 2008 on Thrill Jockey Records.
- The following is a list of episodes for the Disney Channel series Kim Possible.
- A car alarm is an electronic device installed in a vehicle in an attempt to discourage theft of the vehicle itself, its contents, or both.
- avocation: an auxiliary activity
- The action of the eye in following a moving object
- The action of following or pursuing someone or something
- the act of pursuing in an effort to overtake or capture; "the culprit started to run and the cop took off in pursuit"
- a search for an alternative that meets cognitive criteria; "the pursuit of love"; "life is more than the pursuance of fame"; "a quest for wealth"
- A bicycle race in which competitors start from different parts of a track and attempt to overtake one another
- Of or done with the hands
- (of a machine or device) Worked by hand, not automatically or electronically
- of or relating to the hands; "manual dexterity"
- a small handbook
- Using or working with the hands
- manual of arms: (military) a prescribed drill in handling a rifle
Amazon.com Product Description The XO Vision DX370 is a great way to protect your vehicle without emptying your wallet. You’ll get modern features like remote arming/disarming, anti-car-jacking protection, an advanced electronic shock sensor, and of course, a little peace of mind.
Protect your vehicle without emptying your wallet. Click to enlarge.
The included 4-Button remotes allow you to lock/unlock the vehicle, disarm or activate the alarm (panic mode) within reception range. A “hopping code” means the frequency can’t be easily intercepted and duplicated.
In a crowded parking lot? Easily find your car by activating the car finder, which produces one long sound followed by 30 seconds of flashing vehicle lights.
The DX370 also features power trunk release and vehicle lock/unlock.
Advanced Electronic Shock Sensor
Shock sensors emit a warning or alarm when your vehicle is hit or moved. The DX370 features a multi-stage sensor that emits chirps for lighter touches and a full-blown alarm/horn honking for heavier impacts
Includes two four-button remotes. Click to enlarge.
Anti Car-Jacking Protection
The DX370 offers three ways to help in the event of an attempt to hijack the vehicle: remote button control, triggered by the door opening, or by the ignition switch. The mode is disabled via the remote, and if not disabled, activates an alarm of increasing intensity and eventually disables the engine.
High Frequency Transmitter/Receiver
High Frequency systems avoid interference from other radio devices and offer increased range.
The DX370 is covered for a year after purchase.
What’s in the Box
XO Vision DX370 Universal Car Alarm System, Two 4-Button Remotes, Installation Manual
I’ve gotten used to Stamford being a very siren-oriented city. It seems like police and firepeople love to hear the sound of their own siren. With the help of an extra pillow over my head, I’ve gotten used to it. I even sleep with the window open most nights.
So when I heard the car alarm going off, I just shrugged my shoulders in dreamland and didn’t pay it much mind. After a few seconds it stopped and I started drifting back t- HONK HONK HONK. It started back up again just as I was about to fall back to sleep and shocked me up one more rung of the awake ladder. Over the course of 10 or 15 minutes, the random nature of the alarms stopping and starting ratcheted me back to complete awareness.
I figured it’d only be going off for a few more minutes, so I hit the can. While I was draining the snake, the alarm went off and on a few more times and I started to get angry. I flushed the toilet and walked over to the window and saw that the car was right under my window.
Someone was sitting in the drivers seat and someone else was drunkenly opening the hood like he knew what he was doing. He kept shutting the alarm off and she kept tripping it again. I grabbed my camera and snapped this shot. I seriously considered calling the aformentioned siren-happy cops, but I was too damn tired.
I have no idea what their problem was since they obviously had access to the vehicle, but they must have gotten another ride home because the car was still there in the morning. I would have keyed it, but what if they really were trying to steal it and I keyed some innocent person’s car?