Hyundai Santa Fe: Description and Operation - Keyless Entry And Burglar Alarm - Body Electrical SystemHyundai Santa Fe: Description and Operation

Description

Burglar Alarm State [B/A State]
B/A State
Description
DISARM
1.
In "DISARM" state, no vehicle start inhibition. So, when door, hood, or Tailgate is opened, there is no alarm sound and flashing.
2.
If the battery is disconnected while the state is not "ARM/ARMWAIT/ALARM/REARM", B/A state is set to "DISARM" state.
3.
In “DISARM” state, security indicator keeps blinking.
ARMWAIT
1.
In "ARMWAIT" state, when timer “30sec." is running, if this timer reaches “30sec”, state transits to "ARM" state.
2.
If the battery is disconnected while the state is "ARMWAIT", B/A state is set to "ARMWAIT" state and timer "30sec" is restarted.
3.
In “ARMWAIT” state, security indicator keeps on.

※ Remark: On Smart key system, it works the same way with passive lock
B/A State
Description
AUTO LOCK TIMER 1
1.
In "AUTOLOCKTIMER1" state, timer “30sec."is running. If this timer expired, the auto lock command is generated “Lock command”.
2.
When “Lock command” operated, All Door changed lock and closed then B/A state changes “AUTOLOCKTIMER1” to “ARMWAIT
3.
In "AUTOLOCKTIMER1" state, Security Indicator keeps blinking. In "AUTOLOCKTIMER1" state, timer “30sec."is running. If this timer expired, the auto lock command is generated “Lock command”. When “Lock command” operated, All Door changed lock and closed then B/A state changes “AUTOLOCKTIMER1” to “ARMWAIT

※ Remark: On Smart key system, it works the same way with passive unlock
B/A State
Description
AUTO LOCK TIMER 2
1.
In "AUTOLOCKTIMER2" state, when timer “30sec."is running, if this timer expired, the auto lock command is generated “Lock command”.
2.
All doors are Locked, Hood is closed and Tailgate is closed when “Lock command” operated, then B/A state changes to“AUTOLOCKTIMER2” when “Lock Command” generated with Hood open.
3.
When “Unlock command” operated on the condition of All Door closed and Hood open, B/A state changes to “AUTOLOCKTIMER2”.
4.
In "AUTOLOCKTIMER2" state, Security Indicator keeps blinking.

※ Remark: On Smart key system, it works the same way with passive unlock
B/A State
Description
PRE ARM
1.
The "PREARM" state is when user try to change to arm but pre-condition are not satisfied (door open, tailgate open, or hood open).
2.
B/A state changes to “PREARM” when TX Lock command occurs with any door Open, Hood or Tailgate Open.
3.
B/A state changes to “PREARM” when “30sec.” timer expired in“AUTOLOCKTIMER2”with Hood or Tailgate Open
4.
The “PREAMR” state changes to “ARM” when all doors closed, All doors locked and Hood and Tailgate closed.
5.
The “PREAMR” state changes to “DISARM” when Any Door Unlock
6.
In this state, Security indicator keeps blinking.

B/A State
Description
RE ARM
1.
In "REARM" state, if the vehicle intrusion is detected, flashing and sound is restarted, again and state transitions to "ALARM" state.
2.
B/A state changes to “REARM” after the timer “27sec.” expires in “ALARM” state with All doors closed and lock.
3.
Security Indicator keeps blinking.

B/A State
Description
AUTOLOCK TIMER3
1.
B/A state changes to “AUTOLockTIMER3”, when TX-Tailgate command operated.
2.
B/A state changes “AUTOLOCKTIMER3” to “ARMWAIT”, when the “30sec.” timer expires with all doors lock and closed.
3.
B/A state changes “AUTOLOCKTIMER3” to “DISARM”, when any door open.
4.
In "AUTOLOCKTIMER3" state, timer “30sec.“ timer is running. If this timer expired, state transits to "PREARM" state with Tailgate Open.
5.
In this state, Security indicator keeps blinking


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