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2015-11-15

Alpine SEC-8027 Installation/Wiring

Alpine SEC-8027 Installation/Wiring

Wiring Information

10 Pins Connector (Ordered according to cable position from edge)

Yellow ~ Main Battery Connection (+) Fuse ~ 5 Amp MAX
Connect to a constant 12-volt source. Alpine recommends this wire to be connected directly to the battery. Do not share this power lead with any other components or accessories. Use a 5-amp fuse in-line at the battery lead to protect against short circuit
Red ~ Ignition (+)
Connect to a 12-volt ignition source. When selecting the N/O starter interrupt, it is necessary to find a “true” ignition source for the Red wire.  When selecting the N/C starter interrupt, you may use an accessory lead
Blue ~ Siren (+) 1.5 Amp
Connect to the Blue wire of the siren. Connect the Black wire of the siren to chassis ground. If more than one siren will be used, use a relay to drive all of the sirens.
Yellow/Red ~ Extension LED Output (+) 20mA
Connect to the Yellow/Red of the extension LED. Connect the Black wire of the extension LED to chassis ground. Up to 4 additional LEDs can be added in series with the original LED. Do Not Parallel LEDs. The correct mounting hole size is 15/64".
Green/White ~ Hood /Trunk Wire (–)
Connect the Green/White wire to the vehicle’s hood pin and/or trunk pin wire. If both hood and trunk pin are connected to this input, you must diode isolate each wire.  If not connected, it won’t detect intruder when armed
Brown/White ~ Door Switch Input (+ or –)
Determine the vehicle’s door pin polarity. Refer to the Programming section if positive door input is required. Connect the Brown/White wire to the vehicle’s door pin wire.  If not connected, it won’t detect intruder when armed
Red/White ~ Valet/Disarm Push Button (–)
Connect this wire to the Red/White wire of the Valet/Disarm switch. Connect the Black wire of the Valet/Disarm switch to chassis ground
Black ~ Chassis Ground ()
Connect directly to a metal surface that has been cleaned from any paint or coating. This wire should be as short as possible and should not be connected directly to the battery.
Yellow/Green ~ EXT-1 Output {(–) 1-Second or Latched} 200mA
Connect the Yellow/Green wire to control an optional accessory when the EXT-1/Valet button is pressed and released. Some examples might include devices such as a trunk release (through relay), remote starter or window roll-up modules.  For this output, Valet push button and remote control will be used to program it for different accessory.  For example, programs to latch (non-default) for trunk release or 1-sec pulse (default) for windows roll up.  Refer to the accessory’s owner’s manual for installation instructions
Orange ~ Starter Interrupt Output (+) 200mA
Connect the Orange wire of the security system to the Orange wire of the supplied relay. Connect the Black wire of the starter interrupt relay to chassis ground. The starter interrupt can be configured as a normally open (N/O) or normally closed (N/C) circuit.
NORMALLY CLOSED STARTER INTERRUPT – Normally Closed is the factory default setting. This configuration will assure that the vehicle will always start as long as the security system is disarmed, even in the event of a security system malfunction or component failure.
NORMALLY OPEN STARTER INTERRUPT – This configuration adds more security for the customer by not allowing the vehicle to start even if a would-be thief finds and removes the main unit or main power connection.  Open the Main Unit. Locate the jumper labeled JP1. This is the only jumper selection inside of the main unit. Jumper JP1 will select either normally open or normally closed starter kill relay operation. The factory default is normally closed, or in the “OFF” position. To select normally open starter disable, place jumper JP1 to the “ON” position. When using this feature, it is important that the Red (ignition) wire be connected to a “true” ignition source-12 volts through the “On” and “Start” cycles. This feature must be enabled. See the Jumper Selection section for more details.

9 Pins Connector (Ordered according to cable position from 10 pins connector)

Blue/Yellow ~ Dome Light Surv. Output (+ or –) 10 Amp MAX
NEGATIVE TYPE- Connect the Blue/Yellow wire to pin 85 of a standard Bosch type automotive relay. Connect a fused 12-volt source to pin 86. Connect chassis ground to pin 87. Finally, connect the vehicle’s dome light wire to pin 30 of the relay.
POSITIVE TYPE- Connect the Blue/Yellow wire to pin 85 on a standard Bosch type automotive relay. Connect a fused 12-volt source to pin 86 and pin 87. Finally, connect the vehicle’s dome light wire to pin 30 of the relay.
Brown/Blue ~ Door Lock, Normally Close (N/C)
For Japanese car, e.g. Honda, Acura, this wire is not used.  No connection is required.  This is the N/C contact in the build-in relay #1
White/Brown ~ Door Lock, Common.  Connects to factory lock circuit
For Japanese car, e.g. Honda, Acura, this wire connects to door lock circuitry.  Looks at bottom of the door lock button to determine the wire color to connect to.  When arm, a pulse of GND will send to this output, which is from wire Brown/Red.  This is the common contact in the build-in relay #1
Brown/Red ~ Door Lock, Normally Open (N/O).  Connects to chassis ground
For Japanese car, e.g. Honda, Acura, this wire connects to chassis ground, which will used to send the GND to White/Brown wire.  If a positive pulse required, which is non-Japanese car, then connects it to constant 12V.  This is the N/O contact in the build-in relay #1
Green/Blue ~ Door Unlock, Normally Close (N/C)
For Japanese car, e.g. Honda, Acura, this wire is not used.  No connection is required.  This is the N/C contact in the build-in relay #2
White/Green ~ Door Unlock, Common.  Connects to factory unlock circuit
For Japanese car, e.g. Honda, Acura, this wire connects to door unlock circuitry.  Looks at bottom of the door unlock button to determine the wire color to connect to.  When disarm, a pulse of GND will send to this output, which is from wire Green/Red.  This is the COMMON contact in the build-in relay #2
Green/Red ~ Door Unock, Normally Open (N/O).  Connects to chassis ground
For Japanese car, e.g. Honda, Acura, this wire connects to chassis ground, which will used to send the GND to White/Green wire.  If a positive pulse required, which is non-Japanese car, then connects it to constant 12V.  This is the N/O contact in the build-in relay #2
Yellow ~ Dome Light Surv. Output (+ or –) 10 Amp MAX
NEGATIVE TYPE – Connect this wire to pin 85 of a standard Bosch type automotive relay.  Connect a fused 12-volt source to pin 86. Connect chassis ground to pin 87. Finally, connect the vehicle’s dome light wire to pin 30 of the relay.
POSITIVE TYPE – Connect this wire to pin 85 on a standard Bosch type automotive relay.  Connect a fused 12-volt source to pin 86 and pin 87. Finally, connect the vehicle’s dome light wire to pin 30 of the relay.
Yellow/White & White ~ Parking Light Flash Input (+ or –) 10 Amp MAX

Determine the correct polarity of the parking light circuit for the vehicle.  Connect the Yellow/White wire to a constant 12V+ source or to chassis ground, depending upon

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