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  1. 1. PCX2700 12 or 24VSafe Guard 64usermanual“OEX. The Specialist’s Choice for quality,reliability and value for money.Every time”.THE SPECIALIST’S CHOICE
  2. 2. contentsOverview..............................................................1Connection...........................................................1Typical Connection..............................................2Alternate Connection...........................................3Installation Guide.................................................4Operation Overview.............................................5Input Configuration..............................................8Output Configuration...........................................9DIP Switch Configuration...................................10Output Status Indicator......................................13Testing Procedure Park Brake Alarm.................14Testing Procedure Daytime Running Lights......16General Input Switch 1 and 2............................18Electric Parameters............................................19Mechanical Parameters.....................................19
  3. 3. Page 1The Safe Guard 64 is an advance safety device aimed to simplify control, and to warn theoperator should a safety parameter be breached.It utilises the latest digital micro-controller technology to ensure reliability and performance.These instructions are intended for use by an authorised installer.Modifications, manipulation or improper repairs can affect the operability and safety.overviewconnectionThere are two connection options shown in the wiring diagrams on page 1 and 2. In thetypical connection, Output 4 Common should be connected to ground, if the accessoryrequires negative switching.The Alternative Connection shows the wiring required if the accessory running throughOutput 4 requires positive switching.
  4. 4. Page 2!HeadLightsIgnitionSwitch/ParkLightsFuseFuseBattery+VehicleBatteryBattery+FuseFuseFuseHornD.R.L.D.R.L.BeaconAccessoryOutput3Output3Output2Output2Output1Output1Input6Input5Input4Input3Input2Input1TypicalConnectionBattery-1.Ensurethepolarityofthedeviceconnectedtoinput/output2.InputscanbepositiveornegativeswitchingConfigurationisdoneviaDIPswitchsettings.Pleaserefertopages10and11.ParkBrakeDoorSwitchBattery+Battery+Battery-Output4CommonOutput4NCOutput4NO
  5. 5. Page 3!HeadLightsIgnitionSwitch/ParkLightsFuseFuseBattery+Battery+FuseHornD.R.L.D.R.L.BeaconAccessoryAlternativeConnection(STGRelay)Battery-1.Ensurethepolarityofthedeviceconnectedtoinput/output2.InputscanbepositiveornegativeswitchingConfigurationisdoneviaDIPswitchsettings.Pleaserefertopages10and11.Battery+ParkBrakeDoorSwitchFuseOutput3Output3Output2Output2Output1Output1Input6Input5Input4Input3Input2Input1Battery+Battery+Battery-Output4CommonOutput4NCOutput4NOVehicleBattery
  6. 6. Page 4installation guideMount the Safe Guard 64 in a dry safe, secure place away from heat and humidity.If possible, select an inconspicuous area that will not be routinely accessed.Make sure the device is kept clear of moving parts or debris.Also ensure the device is safe from moisture or liquids.Please ensure you read this complete manual as fitting instructions and testingprocedures are incorporated throughout.
  7. 7. Page 5General Input 1 and 2 are momentary inputs. Depending on the DIP switch setting,by briefly connecting the input to Battery Positive or Battery Negative, it will toggle onand off General Output 1 and 2 respectively.If General Input DIP switch is enabled (ON), releasing the Park brake will switch OFFGeneral Output 1 and 2.The Door Switch and Park Brake switches are set to low active (by default, Switch toGround) but can be configured either way. If the Door Switch is active (open door)while park brake is NOT active (OFF), the on board buzzer will immediately sound for5 seconds before alarm (Output 4) is activated. Applying the Park Brake will disableBOTH buzzer and alarm immediately. Once the door is opened, the alarms latch onunless the Park Brake is applied. It is good practice to apply the park brake BEFOREopening the door.operation overview
  8. 8. Page 6operation overview continuedIf the Daytime Running Light function is set to be controlled by Battery Voltagesensing, Day Time Running Light (Output 3) is turned ON with a delay of 5 secondsonce the engine is running and the Alternator is charging. If either the Head Light orPark Light is turned ON the DRL’s are turned OFF immediately. The DRL’s are alsoturned off with a delay of 20 seconds once the battery voltage falls below the pre setthreshold setting.If the Daytime Running Light is set to be controlled by the Ignition Switch, DaytimeRunning Light (Output 3) is turned ON with a delay of 5 seconds once the IgnitionSwitch is turned ON. If the Head Light is turned ON the DRL are turned OFFimmediately. The DRL is turned OFF with a delay of 20 seconds once the IgnitionSwitch is turned OFF.If any of the DIP switches are changed, a power reset (remove power for 5 secondsand re-connect) must be performed for the changes to take effect.Note: Disconnect Battery before doing any connection.Note: Use this image as a template for further diagrams in this manual.5A5A10A10A15ABottom ViewTop View
  9. 9. Page 7Input ConfigurationName DescriptionDefault SwitchModeDefault Active ModeInput 6 Head Lights STB HighInput 5Park Light /Ignition Switch*STB HighInput 4 Park Brake STG LowInput 3 Door Switch STG LowInput 2 General Input 2 Momentary STB HighInput 1 General Input 1 Momentary STB HighSTB : Switch to Battery PositiveSTG : Switch to Ground NegativeInput 6Input 5Input 4Input 3Input 2Input 1* Depends on Daytime Running Light Trigger Setting, Input 5 would be operated as Park Light OR Ignition Switch
  10. 10. Page 8Name Description Maximum FuseBattery + Connect to Battery +Battery + Connect to Battery +Battery − Connect to Battery −Output 4 Common Connect to Battery + or Battery − 5AOutput 4 NC Mobile phone (optional) 5AOutput 4 NO External Alarm 5AOutput 3 Day Time Running Light 10AOutput 2 General Output 2 10AOutput 1 General Output 1 10ABattery +Battery +Battery −Output 4 CommonOutput 4 ncOutput 4 noOutput 3Output 3Output 2Output 2Output 1Output 1STB : Switch to Battery PositiveSTG : Switch to Ground Negativeoutput Configuration
  11. 11. Page 9DIP Configuration Access5A5A10A10A15ADIPSwitchScrew Holes1. Unscrew the four screw holes2. Remove the cover3. Change the DIP switch settings4. Close the cover5. Screw and secure
  12. 12. Page 10DIP Switch ConfigurationName Description Switch to Left Switch to RightVoltage 12/24 Volt Selection Select 12 Volt Select 24 VoltDaytimeRunningLight TriggerSettingSelect to controlDaytime RunningLight using BatteryVoltage OR IgnitionSwitchVoltage SenseFor 24V System:turn on (5s delay) at 27.4V/turn off (20s delay) at 26.8VFor 12V System:turn on (5s delay) at 13.7V/turn off (20s delay) at 13.4VIgnition SenseTurn on (5s delay) whenIgnition Switch is ONTurn off (20s delay) whenIgnition Switch is OFFVoltageDaytime Running Light Trigger SettingGeneral Input SelectionGeneral Input 1 SelectionGeneral Input 2 SelectionDoor Switch SelectionPark Brake SelectionPark Light / Ignition Switch SelectionHead Light SelectionNote: Red LED lights up when the DIPswitch is switched to right.Switch to Left Switch to Right
  13. 13. Page 11DIP Switch Configuration continued* Depends on Daytime Running Light Trigger Setting, Input 5 would be operated as Park Light OR Ignition SwitchSTB: Switch to Battery PositiveSTG: Switch to Ground NegativeName Description Switch to Left Switch to RightGeneral InputSelectionWhen Park brake isreleased Switch offGeneral output 1and 2Disabled EnabledGeneral Input1 SelectionSelect GeneralInput 1 to beMomentary STBor STGSTG STBGeneral Input2 SelectionSelect GeneralInput 2 to beMomentary STBor STGSTG STBDoor SwitchSelectionSelect DoorSwitch Input to beMomentary STBor STGSTG STBPark BrakeSelectionSelect ParkBrake Input to beMomentary STBor STGSTG STBPark Light/IgnitionSwitchSelection*Select Park Light/ Ignition SwitchInput to be STB orSTGSTG STBHead LightSelectionSelect Head LightsInput to be STB orSTGSTG STB
  14. 14. Page 12Name DescriptionGeneral Input 1 LED lights up when General Input 1 is presentGeneral Input 2 LED lights up when General Input 2 is presentDoor Switch LED lights up when door is openPark Brake Switch On LED lights up when Park Brake switch is ONPark Light / Ignition Switch ONLED lights up when Park Light switch ON ORIgnition Switch is ONHead Lights switch ON LED lights up when the Head Light switch is ONDIP Switch Configuration continuedGeneral Input 1 PresentGeneral Input 2 PresentDoor Switch OpenPark Brake Switch ONPark Light / Ignition Switch ONHead Light Switch ON
  15. 15. Page 13Output status indicator5A5A10A10A10AName DescriptionGreen Led Indicates positive power is present. For Output 1, 2, and 3.Output 4 LED will turn ON if Output 4 is turned ON.Red Led Fuse Blown LED indicates the status of the fuse, if the fuse isblown, both the Green LED and Red LED will turned ON aslong as the output is switched ON and connected to a load.Output 4 Fuses For Output 4, there are two fuses to protect the Output circuitin the event of over-current. Both are rated for 5 amp.Be sure to check BOTH of the fuses in case of an issue.Output 1, 2, and 3 Fuses There is one fuse to protect the output circuit.It is rated for 10 amp.Voltage Good LEDOutput 3 FuseOutput 2 FuseOutput 1 FuseFuse Blown LEDOutput 4 FusesThe Fuse Blown LED (Red) will only work if the respective output is turned ON and theload is connected.
  16. 16. Page 14TESTING PROCEDUREPARK BRAKE ALARM1. Disconnect Battery before doing any connection.2. Connect Park Brake switch to Safe Guard 64 Park Brake input *.3. Connect Door switch to Safe Guard 64 Door switch input.4. Ensure that the polarity of BOTH switch’s, and set the DIP switch setting accordingly.5. Connect the Battery to Safe Guard 64.6. Ensure that the vehicle will not move when the Park Brake is released. Ensure the Park Brake is ON and the driver door is closed.7. Release the Park Brake, no alarm should be heard.8. Open driver door, alarm should be heard. Wait for 5 seconds to see if the (optional) external alarm is activated.9. Close driver door, alarm/s should still be heard.10. Apply Park Brake, both alarms should stop.* In case Park Brake Indicator on the dash board lights up after connecting the Park Brake Switch to the Safe Guard 64 Input, installer should install a separate Park Brake Switch for connecting to Safe Guard 64 instead of connecting the original one.
  17. 17. Page 15TESTING PROCEDUREPARK BRAKE ALARM continued!Battery+FuseFuseFuseHornTypicalParkBrakeConnectionBattery-1.Ensurethepolarityofdeviceconnectedtoinput/output2.Inputscanbepositiveornegativeswitches.ConfigurationisdoneviaDIPswitchsettings.Pleaserefertoinstallationmanual.HandBrakeDoorSwitchOutput3Output3Output2Output2Output1Output1Input6Input5Input4Input3Input2Input1Battery+Battery+Battery-Output4CommonOutput4NCOutput4NOVehicleBattery
  18. 18. Page 16TEST PROCEDURE DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHTS1. Disconnect Battery before doing any connection.2. Connect Park Light / Ignition to the Safe Guard 64 Park Light / Ignition inputs respectively.3. Connect Daytime Running Light to Safe Guard 64 Daytime Running light output.4. Ensure the polarity of Park Light / Ignition, and set the DIP switch setting accordingly.5. Ensure the battery voltage is higher than the turn-on threshold. The threshold can be adjusted via the DIP switch setting.6. Connect the battery to the Safe Guard 64.7. Switch OFF BOTH Park Light/Head Lights, Daytime Running Light should turn ON after 5 seconds.8. Switch on Park Light, Daytime Running Light should turn OFF immediately.9. Switch off Park Light, Daytime Running Light should turn ON after 5 seconds.10. Switch on Head Lights, Daytime Running Light should turn OFF immediately.11. Switch off Head Lights, Daytime Running Light should turn ON after 5 seconds.For more information on ignition switching see page 18.
  19. 19. Page 17TEST PROCEDURE DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHTS continued!HeadLightsIgnitionSwitch/ParkLightsBattery+FuseHornD.R.L.D.R.L.TypicalDRLConnectionBattery-1.Ensurethepolarityofdeviceconnectedtoinput/output2.Inputscanbepositiveornegativeswitches.ConfigurationisdoneviaDIPswitchsettings.Pleaserefertoinstallationmanual.Output3Output3Output2Output2Output1Output1Input6Input5Input4Input3Input2Input1Battery+Battery+Battery-Output4CommonOutput4NCOutput4NOVehicleBattery
  20. 20. Page 18GENERAL INPUT SWITCH 1 AND 2For Ignition Switch Setting1. Disconnect Battery before doing any connection.2. Connect Momentary Switch 1 and 2 to the Safe Guard 64 respective inputs.3. Connect device to be operated by General Input 1 and General Input 2 to Safe Guard 64 respective outputs.4. Connect the Battery to the Safe Guard 64.5. Press Momentary Switch 1 once, the device connected to General Output 1 will switch to ON / OFF. Press the Momentary Switch again to ensure it will switch ON/OFF.6. Repeat the test for Input 2.7. If General Input Selection DIP switch is enabled, release the Park Brake, BOTH General Output 1 and General Output 2 will switch OFF.1. Disconnect Battery before doing any connection.2. Connect Ignition Switch to the Safe Guard 64 Ignition Switch input respectively.3. Connect Daytime Running Light to Safe Guard 64 Daytime Running Light Output.4. Ensure the polarity of Ignition Switch, and set the DIP switch setting accordingly.5. Connect the Battery to Safe Guard 64.6. Switch OFF BOTH Park Light / Ignition Switch, Daytime Running Light should turn OFF.7. Switch ON Ignition Switch, Daytime Running Light should turn ON after 5 seconds.8. Switch OFF Ignition Switch, Daytime Running Light should turn OFF after 20 seconds.9. Switch ON Ignition Switch again, Daytime Running Light should turn ON after 5 seconds.10. Switch ON Park Light, Daytime Running Light should turn OFF immediately.11. Switch OFF Park Light, Daytime Running Light should turn ON after 5 seconds.
  21. 21. Page 19Electric Parametersmechanical ParameterstROUBLE sHOOTINGSupply Voltage +12V to 24V Nominal (+28 Volt MAX )Input Voltage 9 - 24 VDCInput Connector Phoenix Connector 1 x 6 PinOutput Connector Phoenix Connector 2 x 6 PinOperating Temperature - 20˚C to 85˚CStorage Temperature - 40˚C to 85˚CDimensions (mm) 111.5(L) x 90.5(W) x 32(D)Problem CheckNo response fromSafe Guard 641. Check if the power is good2. Check if the connections are good3. Check if the DIP switch setting is correctly setNo output fromSafe Guard 641. Check if the connections are good2. Check if the LED display is correct3. Check if the fuse is broken (indicated by RED LED next to the relay)Daytime RunningLight do not light up1. Check if the connections are good2. Check if the battery voltage is greater than the turn-on thresholdsetting when the engine is running in case voltage setting is used3. Check the DIP switch is set accordinglyDaytime RunningLight take a longtime to switch off1. Change to use the Ignition Switch setting
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