Vanbitz growler help/question

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  1. GAVLAD

    GAVLAD Funster

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    Hi can Anyone with a growler tell me what five flashes on the led means?
    I've left instructions at home and can't remember what's activated it.
    Thanks
    Gavin
     
  2. golly

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    On our Strikeback alarm, 5 flashes indicates Microwave (hyper frequency unit).
     
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    Other codes are :-
    2 flashes every six seconds = cab doors
    3 flashes = bonnet
    4 flashes = side doors, rear doors & accessory loop
    5 flashes = microwave
    6 flashes = ignition alarm
    7 flashes = current drop (when installed.
    Hope that helps.
     
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    I always knew it was a good bit of kit, but didn't realise it did all that and made the coffee too! (y):)
     
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    we are having one of these fitted in a couple of weeks, just out of curiosity what does the 5 flashes mean when you say "Microwave"?
     
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    It's the internal movement sensors
     
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    Ah right ok, thanks for letting me know. I am sure they would of told me that when i am down there but curiosity got the better of me :)

    Thanks
     
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    Make sure their not away on holiday before you turn up ;):LOL::LOL::LOL:
     
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    Wouldn't matter, it is a nice area we will just make the most of the weekend, life's too short :) lol
     
  11. eddievanbitz

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    Yes as the good MHFun members state, five flashes indicates that the internal sensor has detected something.

    It's correct title should be "Hyper frequency sensor" It is radio wave not Ultra sonic sensors used in car alarms which don't work well in much larger areas and are susceptible to air movement caused by blown air or air conditioning systems, neither of which are in operation in a car when the alarm is on.

    People do giggle a bit when we refer to is as a microwave as they think that it will make the tea! Its good but not that good
     
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