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BRIDGE 4100

MANUALE UTENTE

USER INSTRUCTIONS

MANUEL POUR L’UTILISATEUR

MANUAL DE USO

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Dear customer,
Thank you for having purchased this product. It is a technologically advanced anti - theft device that complies with the performance
standards established by car manufacturers and with the relative European Union standards.
The manual is divided into 8 parts:

Page

15

INTRODUCTION

16

ADDITIONAL PROTECTIONS

17

BRIEF INSTRUCTIONS

19

BASIC FUNCTIONS

22

ALARM MEMORY

23

EMERGENCY

24

PERSONAL PIN CODE

25

MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLE SHOOTING

After the system was installed, you will have been given the radio controls and user manual, containing the declaration of conformity
for the product and the relative installation certificate. We kindly ask you to read this manual to get full benefit the system.
We suggest you keep this manual with the registration documents of the vehicle. It will be easier for you to find the information
you require in the event of emergency.Your dealer will be pleased to clarify and queries you may have with the system or its
operation in the case you did not any suggestion in chapter 8 (page 25)

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1 - INTRODUCTION

The anti - intrusion alarm system is operated by a with a security code. This technology offers an extremely high level of protection

against any attempt to reproduce the code.

The radio control allows the system to be activated at a distance of 5 - 10 meters from the vehicle.

Other radio sources may cause interference which can reduce the effective range of the radio controls (e.g. amateur radio operators

using the same band).

If the system can not be set / unset using the radio control try again close to the vehicle.
If automatic window closing is connected we raccomended you to stay close to the vehicle while the windows are moving to ensure

safety and security.

Total protection of your vehicle is ensured by:

The system have a protected self - learning feature which allows you to add or replace radio controls. The procedure is

described in the fitting instructions.

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2 - ADDITIONAL PROTECTIONS

You can increase the protection level of the system with the

following additional sensors:

5452: Level monitor module

When the system is armed, this sensor will detect the vehicle

being jacked up to tow it away or steal the wheels.

5462: Hyperfrequency module

When the system is armed, hyperfrequency emissions from the

module hidden in the car will ensure volumetric protection of

the vehicle.

2980: Windows lift module

The electric windows of your car will raise automatically when

the system is armed.  It can be fitted to any car with electrical

windows.

OPTIONAL:

 EMERGENCY PANEL PLUS JACK KEY:

CODE  AM0939EUSAA

In case of emergency, connect the key in the emergency panel
for 1 s.

2771 DRIVER CARDS:

Used for recognition purposes in anti-robbery mode.

 Additional protections

 

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3 - BRIEF INSTRUCTIONS

3.1 - Arming

• Press button “A” of the radio control to

lock the doors (if the vehicle has central

locking).

• The turn indicators will flash twice.

• The buzzer will issue two beeps (if

activated).

• The protections activate after 23

 

s.

• The LED will come on with a fixed light

for 23

 

s then it will flash.

3.3 - Protection

When armed, the system will generate acoustic and visual alarm

lsting about 30 s when the bonnet, boot or one of the doors is

opened  or there is an attempt to start the vehicle. System with

the volumetric sensor will generate the alarm in case of intrusion.

The system remains armed at the end of the cycle.
The turn indicators will also stop blinking but the alarm system

remains armed. Press button “B” on the radio control a second

time to completely disarm the system.

3.4 - Interrupting an alarm in progress

If the system generates an alarm, the siren can be deactivated

by pressing button “B” on the radio control once.

The turn indicators will also stop blinking but the alarm system

remains armed. Press button “B” on the radio control a second

time to completely disarm the system.

3.5 - Disarming

• Press button “B” on the radio control to disarm the system and

unlock the doors.

• The turn indicators will flash once.

• The buzzer will beep once (if activated).

• The protection deactivates immediately.

• The LED will turn off.

3.6 - Alarm memory

If an alarm has occurred in your absence the buzzer and the turn

indicators will give four signals instead of one (See chapter 5).

Button

A

Button

B

Arm

•

Disarm

Siren interrupt

Panic alarm

•

Ultrasonic volumetric sensor and

additional sensor exclusion (if

installed)

•

Car Finder

RADIO CONTROL FUNCTION

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A

B

3.2 - Silent Arming

To silence the buzzer’s acoustic signal (when enabled) for a

short time, press key ‘A’ of the remote before turning the

instrument panel off. When the instrument panel is turned on

again (+15 ON), silencing is disabled and the buzzer will sound

again upon product triggering.

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3.7 - Deactivating the volumetric ultrasonic sensor

The volumetric sensor can be deactivated

if you want to leave the windows open or if

someone remains in the passenger

compartment.

1)

Arm the system pressing button “A” of

the radio control.

2)

Press button “A” on the radio control

again within 23

 

s.

If hyperfrequency or level monitor sensors  are fitted, it is possible

to deactivate them by pressing  button  “A”  twice  within 23

 

s.

To confirm that the signal has been received, the turn indicators

will flash twice and the buzzer will give an acoustic signal (if

activated). The sensor will now have been inhibited but all the

other protections will remain activated. The sensors will

automatically activate again the next time the system is armed.

3.8 - Car Finder

This function allows you to find your car in a car park, for example.

When the alarm is armed and the inhibition time has elapsed,

press key “A” on the radio control once and the system will

generate a visual alarm, activating the blinkers (and the buzzer,

if activated) for up to 3 s.

The Car Finder function can only be used when the alarm is

armed.

3.9 - Panic alarm

If the Car Finder function is not activated, an alarm cycle will be

generated (the siren will operate and the turn indicators will

flash) whenever you press button “A” on the radio control, after

23 s have elapsed since arming. If the Car Finder function is

activated, press key “A” on the radio control twice. Press button

“B” on the radio control to interrupt the panic alarm.

3.10 - Garage function

The “Garage” function allows the alarm system to be temporarily

cut out. It is especially useful when leaving a vehicle in a

parking facility where it is necessary to hand over the vehicle’s

keys. When this function is used it is possible to hand over the

keys without having to give the attendant the radiocontrol

device or PIN code as well. Its use is recommended to prevent

unauthorised use of the vehicle. Before handing over the

vehicle, proceed as follows:

• turn on the ignition and open the door on the driver’s side,

keeping the “A” key on the radiocontrol device pressed down

for at least 4 s. During this time the LED will stay on with a

steady light.

Confirmation that the function has been activated is given by

a flash of the direction arrows and a buzzer signal, both lasting

3 s. Each time the ignition is turned on the active status of the

garage function is confirmed by an acoustic signal from the

buzzer and a visual signal from the LED. The radiocontrol

device is operative for locking and unlocking the centralized

locks and activating and disactivating the engine lock but does

not arm the system. The function is disactivated in 3 different

ways:

• by pressing key “B” on the radiocontrol device for 4 s with the

ignition on;

• by pressing the button on the LED panel for 2 s;

•  after the vehicle’s ignition has been switched on 10 times.

A

B

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4 - BASIC FUCTIONS

Foreword

As the functional characteristics of this system can be customized, the installer must mark the ones he has activated in this

manual. The standard factory set - up is shown by the dark squares.

4.1 - Controlled windows lift (confort)

Disabled

Enabled

Keep button “A” pressed, when arming the allarm. The windows

close in a “controlled mode”. The windows will stop closing if the

button is release.

4.2 - Window radio control activation

If the window radio control output function is activated (page 5

line 8). When this function is activated, the windows will rise with

a 1 s delay in relation to door locking.

4.3 - Autolock - Automatic door locking mode

Disabled

Enabled

Automatically locks the doors at a preset speed or 20 s after

turned on the ignition. In both cases, the doors are automatically

unlocked when the ignition is turned off.

4.4 - Automatic door locking mode selection

Automatically locks the doors, depending on the speed or time.

4.5 - 

Automatic alarm arming

Disabled

Enabled

The system will arm without locking the doors 2 min. after the

ignition is switched off and the last door closed. The system will

not arm if the ignition is switched on within the 2 min. period.

4.6 - Automatic immobilizer arming

Disabled

Enabled

The engine immobiliser will automatically activate 2 min. after

the ignition is switched off. The LED will flash. The engine will
be immobilised. To restore motor block of the system, press key
‘B’ of the remote.

4.7 - Immobilizer alarm

Disabled

Enabled

An alarm function can be added to the immobiliser automatic

arming. 

If enabled, an alarm is triggered 25 sec after the

instrument panel has been turned ON.

4.8 - Anti-distraction motor - block

Disabled

Enabled

After disarming with the radio control, there is a 40 s delay

within which the immobiliser rearms unless the ignition is

switched on.

Disabled

Enabled

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4.9 - Alarm rearm

Disabled

Enabled

After disarming with the radio control, there is a delay of 40 s

within which the system rearms unless the ignition is switched

on. The count is halted if a door or the boot are opened.

4.10 - Alarm auto re - arm with door locking

Disabled

Enabled

This function adds automatic door locking to the alarm auto re-

arm procedure.

4.11 - Doors / bonnet / boot open signal

Disabled

Enabled

When the system is armed, it will signal by buzzing and direction

indicator flashes (3 buzzer signals and 5 flashes) if a a door or

the bonnet or boot is open. If they are closed within 23 s, any

subsequently door / bonnet / boot opening will trigger these

signals. If the 23 s elapse without closing the door / bonnet /

boot, the system will not check their status again until another

closing / opening operation occurs that triggers an alarm

.

4.12 - Blinker arming / disarming

Disabled

Enabled

Two flashes from the turn indicators indicate that the system is

armed, one flash that it is disarmed.

If the system is deactivated, the turn indicators will only flash

when an alarm cycle is triggered.

4.13 - Buzzer

Disabled

Enabled

Provides an acoustic signal in synchronism with the turn indicators

when the system is armed or disarmed.

4.14 - Buzzer during Car Finder procedure

Disabled

Enabled

Signals the car finder function in synchronism with the turn

indicators.

4.15 - Automatic anti - robbery protection

Disabled

Enabled

This mode requires a user recognition procedure whenever the

ignition is turned on and every time the door is opened while

the ignition is on. Activation of the anti - robbery mode is

signalled by a long flash of the LED.

User recognition can be performed by the following means:

• correct entry of the first two digits of the PIN code;

• contact of the Jack key for 1 s with the emergency panel (if

self - learned);

• reception of the Driver Card signal (if self - learned).

Recognition is confirmed by a long flash of the LED and enables

normal use of the vehicle. Recognition must occur within 60 s

after anti - robbery protection has been activated.

 

If recognition

does not occur within the next 30 s, the radio controls are

disabled. If recognition does not occur within 60 s, 9 alarms

cycles lasting 30 s are generated, at the end of which the

system is armed without the engine lock (if the ignition is

switched off the alarm stops sounding the system remains armed

and the engine is immediately immobilised).

To disarm the system when in anti - robbery alarm state it is

necessary to key in the entire PIN Code.

4.16 - Voluntary anti - robbery protection

Disabled

Enabled

This mode allows the user to activate the function voluntarily

by pressing radio control key “B” with the ignition turned on.

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Activation of the anti - robbery function is signalled by quick

flashing of the LED. Whenever a door is opened while the

ignition is on, this activates the anti - robbery mode and the

LED is turned off.

User recognition can be performed by the following means:

• correct entry of the first two digits of the PIN code;

• contact of the Jack key for 1 s with the emergency panel (if

self - learned);

• reception of the Driver Card signal (if self - learned).

Recognition is confirmed by a long flash of the LED and enables

normal use of the vehicle. Recognition must occur within 60 s

after anti - robbery protection has been activated.

 

If recognition

does not occur within the next 30 s, the radio controls are

disabled. If recognition does not occur within 60 s, 9 alarms

cycles lasting 30 s are generated, at the end of which the

system is armed without the engine lock (if the ignition is

switched off the alarm stops sounding the system remains armed

and the engine is immediately immobilised).

To disarm the system when in anti - robbery alarm state it is

necessary to key in the entire PIN Code.

4.17 - Autohazard

Disabled

Enabled

If activated, the system turns on the four hazard lights if the

vehicle’s speed drops by 50% in one s.

4.18 - Speed Alert

Disabled

Enabled

If the function is activated, the buzzer will warn in the vehicle

exceeds the speed limit. To memorize the speed limit, press

button “A” on the radio control when the vehicle is being driven

at the limit speed. To deactivate the function, press button “B”

on the radio control when the vehicle is on the move.

It’s possible to active / deactive the function by extended pressure

of the control panel push button.

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LED

SIGNAL

ALARM DESCRIPTION

blink

doors, boot have

been opened

ultrasonic volumetric

sensor triggered

blinks

bonnet has been opened

blinks

attemp to start

(ignition key/hotwire)

blinks

not used / Cobra Bus

speedometer

input/alarm

blinks

blinks

blinks

activation of speed alert

sensor input / additional

sensors

 Alarm memory

 

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5 - ALARM MEMORY

If an alarm has occurred the buzzer and the turn indicators will give four signals. The alarm status history is displayed the LED when

the system is disarmed, and will remain available until the system rearmed or the ignition will be switched ON.

The flashes from the LED show what caused the alarm.

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6 - EMERGENCY OVERRIDE

To disarm the system without using the remote, proceed as follows:

press the push - button located on the emergency panel the number of times corresponding to the first digit of your PIN code.

At each button pressure corresponds an acoustic signal of the buzzer. A longer pressure is interpreted by the system as being

the end of the digit entry, signalled by a long flashing of the LED. Do the same for all of the other digits. Once all of the digits

have been entered, if the code is correct, the system is disarmed.

SIREN

ON

ALARM

DISARMED

PIN

 

CODE

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Enter

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ollowing

digit

 

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f y

our

PIN

 

CODE

quick

flashing

long

flashing

p

ause

Push for a number of times

correspondent to the digit of

your PIN code

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7 -  PERSONAL PIN CODE

As the PIN code enables access to the system, it should not be

left in the unattended vehicle as it can be used to deactivate

the system or to add new radio controls without authorization.

To change your PIN code, follow this simple procedure:

1.

Disarm the system using the radio control.

2.

Turn the ignition key “on”.

3.

Open a door and the bonnet and keep them open during

the programming phase.

4.

Press key “A” on the radio control until the turn indicators

flash to indicate that you have accessed the programming

function.

5.

Enter the old PIN code:

Press the button on the emergency panel for the number of

times corresponding to the first digit of the new PIN code.
The LED will flash fast each time you press the button.

A longer pause will be interpreted by the system as the

number having been fully entered and will be signalled by

a long flash  from the LED and a beep from the buzzer.

Proceed in the same way for the other digits.

Enter the old PIN code again.

6.

Enter the new PIN code:

Turn off the ignition once the fourth digit has been entered.

Enter the PIN code again. If the system ascertains that the

entered code matches the programmed one, the code will

be memorized. This is signalled by a 3 s flash from the turn

indicators and the LED. Close the door to quit the procedure

at any time. The old PIN code will not be modified in this

case.

Personal pin code

 

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8 - MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLE SHOOTING

8.1 - Radio control battery low

If the LED flashes for a brief time or in an irregular way when one

of the buttons is pressed, this means that the battery is low and

must be replaced.

1.

To change the battery, open the shell of the radio control by

levering in the zone shown in the figure.

2.

Remove the battery as indicated.

3.

Wait about 10 s.

4.

Fit the new battery, taking care to only touch its sides with

the fingers. Comply with the polarity as shown in the figure.

5.

Close the battery shell and press key “A” on the radio control,

make sure that the system responds. Conduct tests near to

the vehicle.

6.

Dispose of the old battery in the relative containers provided

for this purpose.

7.

If both the radio controls are lost, you will still be able to

disarm the system in an emergency.

Refer to the emergency override procedure (chapter 6).

8.2  - Trouble shoting

The radio control 

f

ails to arm/disarm the s

y

stem

 A Solution:

The radio control battery may be flat (chapitre 8 page 25).

An alarm has triggered 

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or no a

pp

arent reason

 A Solution:

If ultrasonic volumetric trigger is shown, check that windows,

sunroof and air vents are closed and that no moving objects

are in the vehicle.If the problem persist contact your dealer.

 B Solution:       If direct contact trigger (doors, boot and bonnet opening) is

                         shown, one of the switches requires adjustement.Contact

                         your dealer.

 B Solution:

Follow the emergency procedure to disarm the system

(chapter 6 page 23) and then contact your dealer.

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