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System manual LF45

LF55
Immobiliser + CDS-3 + ALS-S CF65
CF75
CF85
XF95

K101742
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STRUCTURE
Immobiliser + CDS-3 + ALS-S

TECHNICAL DATA
Structure

0
DIAGNOSTICS
1
IMMOBILISER
2
CDS-3
3
ALS-S LF45/55
4
ALS-S CF65/75/85
5
XF95 ALS-S
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Technical data

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1. IMMOBILISER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . 200821
1.1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . 200821

2. CDS-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 . . . . . 200821


2.1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 . . . . . 200821

3. ALS-S LF / CF / XF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1 . . . . . 200821


3.1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1 . . . . . 200821

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1. IMMOBILISER
1.1 GENERAL 0
Supply voltage:
Electronic unit for immobiliser 18 - 32V
LED unit 18 - 32V

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2. CDS-3
2.1 GENERAL 0
Supply voltage:
Electronic unit 16 - 32V

CDS-3 hand transmitter:


Battery type (2x) CR-1620 3 V

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3. ALS-S LF / CF / XF
3.1 GENERAL 0
BV- and B-class
Class Class description
BV0 Class BV0 consists of:
- Immobiliser (1)
- LED unit
B1 B1 class replaces BV0 from week 25, 2004.
Class B1 consists of:
- Immobiliser (1)
- LED unit
- intrusion-resistant for 5 minutes
BV2 Class BV2 consists of:
- Immobiliser (1)
- Alarm with exterior and interior protection
(ALS-S)
- Horn with internal emergency voltage battery
(ALS-S)
- Start interrupter (ALS-S)
B2 The BV2 and BV3 class are replaced with B2 from
week 25, 2004.
Class B2 consists of:
- Immobiliser (1)
- Alarm with exterior and interior protection
(ALS-S)
- Horn with internal emergency voltage battery
- intrusion-resistant for 5 minutes
BV3 is applicable to: Class BV3 consists of:
- LF45/55 - Immobiliser (1)
- CF65/75/85, production date < 2004-25 - Alarm with exterior and interior protection
- XF95, production date < 2004-25 (ALS-S)
- Horn with internal emergency voltage battery
(ALS-S)
- Start interrupter (ALS-S)
- Emergency power supply (ALS-S)
B3 Class B3 consists of:
- Immobiliser (1)
- Alarm with exterior and interior protection
(ALS-S)
- Horn with internal emergency voltage battery
(ALS-S)
- intrusion-resistant for 15 minutes
- Anti-theft protection of engine management
unit (ALS-S)
H1 is applicable to: Class H1 consists of:
- LF45/55 - Immobiliser (1)
- CF65/75/85, production date < 2004-25 - Alarm with exterior and interior protection
- XF95, production date < 2004-25 (ALS-S)
- Horn with internal emergency voltage battery
(ALS-S)
- Emergency power supply (ALS-S)

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Class Class description


0 H1 is applicable to: Class H1 consists of:
- CF65/75/85, production date  2004-25 - Immobiliser (1)
- XF95, production date  2004-25 - Alarm with exterior and interior protection
(ALS-S)
- Horn with internal emergency voltage battery
(ALS-S)
H2 Class H2 consists of:
- Immobiliser (1)

(1) The immobiliser is not a part of the ALS-S system

Supply voltage:
Horn 09 - 32 V
Ultrasonic unit 09 -15 V
Battery charger 09 - 32 V
Radar sensor 09 - 32 V
Electronic unit 09 - 32 V

Signals between CDS-3 unit,


alarm unit and VIC
Switching on the alarm
V

t
K101049

Switching off the alarm


Following the signals above, there will be further
signals from the CDS-3 system that locking/ V
unlocking was successful.

t
K101050

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CONTENTS
Diagnostics

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1. ALS-S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . 200821


1.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.2 Fault-finding table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1-2 . . . . .
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1.3 The system LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3 . . . . . 200821

2. CDS-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 . . . . . 200821


2.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 . . . . . 200821
2.2 Fault-finding table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2 . . . . . 200821

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1. ALS-S
1.1 INTRODUCTION

If there is a fault in the system, it is usually


detected by the electronic unit in the form of a 1
fault code. This fault code can be read out using
DAVIE. The fault-finding table contains possible
causes of symptoms not detected by the
electronic unit.

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1.2 FAULT-FINDING TABLE

SYMPTOM: SYSTEM WARNING IS NOT ACTIVATED AFTER IGNITION HAS BEEN TURNED ON

1 Possible cause
Open circuit or contact resistance in the wiring
Remedy
Check the earth connection
between pin A7 of the electronic unit and earth
Open circuit in the wiring between pin A8 of the Check the wiring and connectors
electronic unit and the VIC (D900)

SYMPTOM: SYSTEM WARNING REMAINS ACTIVE OR IS ACTIVATED 10 SECONDS AFTER


IGNITION HAS BEEN TURNED ON
Possible cause Remedy
No supply voltage or supply voltage too low on pin Check the vehicle's board voltage, fuse, wiring and
A4 of the electronic unit ignition switch for interruption or contact resistance

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1.3 THE SYSTEM LED

If the LED is off (A), the vehicle may be started.


If the LED flashes slowly (B), the alarm system
has been activated.
If the LED flashes quickly (C), a self-test will be 1
carried out or an error message is given by
means of a flashing code.
If the system raised an alarm, the cause can be
determined via the system LED by reading the A B C
flashing code (C).
This indication is displayed for 30 seconds after
the system has been deactivated with button (2)
of the hand-held transmitter. D000483-2

Flashing Circuit
code
2 Ultrasonic, interior detection
3 Detection, driver's door
4 Cab detection approximation switch
5 Power supply after contact
6 Superstructure/trailer loadspace
detection
8 Superstructure/trailer loadspace
detection
9 Interrupted wire
10 Detection, co-driver's door
11 Radar sensor, interior detection

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2. CDS-3
2.1 INTRODUCTION

If there is a fault in the system, it is usually


detected by the electronic unit in the form of a 1
fault code. This fault code can be read out using
DAVIE. The fault-finding table contains possible
causes of symptoms not detected by the
electronic unit.

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2.2 FAULT-FINDING TABLE

SYMPTOM: Door can only be opened with key.

1 Possible cause
defective rod linkage in door
Remedy
check door and lock mechanisms
faulty hand-held transmitter replace hand-held transmitter
battery hand-held transmitter empty replace battery hand-held transmitter

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CONTENTS
Immobiliser

Page Date

1. GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . 200821


1.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . 200821
1.2 Location of components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2 . . . . . 200821

2. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 . . . . . 200821


2.1 Immobiliser operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 . . . . . 200821
2.2 PIN code procedure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3 . . . . . 200821
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3. INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1 . . . . . 200821
3.1 Items requiring special attention . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1 . . . . . 200821
3.2 Electronic unit connection points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2 . . . . . 200821
3.3 Key to block diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4 . . . . . 200821
3.4 Block diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5 . . . . . 200821
3.5 Checking electrical system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7 . . . . . 200821

4. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1 . . . . . 200821


4.1 Removal and installation, immobiliser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1 . . . . . 200821

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1. GENERAL
1.1 INTRODUCTION

This system manual describes the layout,


operation and control of the immobiliser. The
purpose of the immobiliser is to protect the
vehicle against theft.
2

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1.2 LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

Immobiliser

D912

K101465

Basic code Description Location Note


D912 Electronic unit for On steering column ignition
immobiliser lock

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2. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
2.1 IMMOBILISER OPERATION

D912 CAN
network

DAVIE

K101495
The immobiliser consists of an electronic unit
(D912) and an ignition key containing a
'transponder'. It communicates with the engine
management unit via the CAN network. Using
DAVIE, you can read out faults in the electronic
unit (D912) and program the unit.
The immobiliser is an anti-theft system; this
system blocks the engine management unit. The
system consists of an electronic unit and an
ignition key containing a 'transponder'. If the
vehicle has a BV0 or B1 alarm system, a LED unit
and LED will also be present.

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The electronic unit (3) is mounted in the ignition engine


lock and the 'transponder' (2) is fitted in the transponder
management
ignition key. The electronic unit (3) has a ring-
shaped antenna (1) allowing the electronic unit CAN-H
(2) to communicate with the ignition key. The p ECU
CAN-L
'transponder' (2) in the ignition key is powered by
the electromagnetic field of the antenna (1).
Therefore the ignition key does not need a battery
to power the electronic circuit. The electronic unit
2
1 3 4
(3) is able to communicate with the electronic unit
of the engine management system (4) via the
CAN network. As soon as you insert the ignition
key and switch on the ignition, the electronic unit
(3) transmits a code to the 'transponder' (2) in the
2
ignition key. At the same time, an identification
code (incorporating the code of the ignition key) is E501051
sent via the CAN network to the electronic unit of
the engine management system (4). The codes
are compared with each other. Because this
takes a little time, the engine management unit
(4) will initially enable the pump units. If the codes
match, the engine management unit (4) will leave
the pump units enabled. If the codes do not
match, the engine will stop after approx. 2
seconds, because the engine management unit
(4) blocks the pump units. The engine can be
turned over, but it will not start. Non-matching
codes are shown on the DIP display as a red
engine failure in combination with the STOP
lamp. The code will change every time the
ignition is switched on. In this case, there is no
sense in intercepting the code.

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2.2 PIN CODE PROCEDURE

The following vehicles no longer have a PIN code


and any problems can only be solved by using
DAVIE-XD:
- LF45/55
- CF 65
-

-
CF75/85 with UPEC software version 6.4 or
higher
XF95
2
The PIN code applies only to the CF75/85
vehicles with a UPEC software version lower than
6.4.
Note:
Each vehicle has its own unique PIN code. This
PIN code can be read with the aid of DAVIE XD;
you should contact the DAF organisation if the
PIN code cannot be read with DAVIE XD.

With the aid of the PIN code it is possible to


enable the fuel supply. This blocking is active if
there is an error in the communication between
the immobiliser and the motor management
system.
It may be necessary to enter the PIN code when
working on the immobiliser system.
Entering the PIN code
- Switch on the ignition.
- The STOP lamp on the instrument panel
flashes at a frequency of 2 Hz.
- Fully depress the accelerator pedal for about
5 seconds.
- After you release the accelerator pedal, the
STOP indicator on the instrument panel goes
off ( approx. 10 sec).
- At once the STOP lamp will start flashing at
a frequency of approx. 1 Hz.
- Now you need to enter the PIN code.
Suppose the PIN code for a vehicle is 12345.
Count the number of times the STOP
indicator on the instrument panel flashes; in
this example the first digit is 1. Allow the
STOP lamp to flash once and then depress
the accelerator pedal fully. The STOP
indicator on the instrument panel stops
flashing until you release the accelerator
pedal again. After you release the
accelerator pedal, the STOP indicator on the
instrument panel starts flashing again, so
you can enter the second digit. In this
example the second digit is 2. After 2 flashes
of the STOP indicator on the instrument
panel, depress the accelerator pedal again
fully. The STOP indicator on the instrument
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accelerator pedal again. Repeat the


procedure for the other 3 digits. Note: Note If
the PIN code includes the digit 0, this
corresponds to 10 flashes of the STOP
indicator on the instrument panel.
- If the PIN code has been entered correctly,
the STOP indicator on the instrument panel
will go off. The blocking is no longer active.
- If the PIN code has not been entered
2 correctly, the STOP indicator on the
instrument panel will flash rapidly and the
blocking will remain. In this case you must
enter the PIN code again. If you enter the
wrong PIN code twice, this will activate a
waiting period. The STOP indicator now
flashes slowly.

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3. INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT


3.1 ITEMS REQUIRING SPECIAL ATTENTION

1. Always turn off the ignition before removing


or fitting a connector. 5
2. To avoid damaging the connector
connections, the measurements and
through-connections must be made on the
rear side of the connector. 2
3. Use a 'fuse-protected' wire when making a
through-connection.
4. Always check the power supply and earth
connections of the electronic unit first.
5. Variations in measurements may mean that
measured values differ slightly from those
specified. W502002

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3.2 ELECTRONIC UNIT CONNECTION POINTS

4
6 1
3

K101084

Electronic unit connection points,


immobiliser
LF45/55
Connection Wire no. Function
point
1 1357 Power supply after contact
2 M Earth
3 3701 CAN-H communication port
4 Not in use
5 Not in use
6 3700 CAN-L communication port

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Electronic unit connection points,


immobiliser
CF65/75/85 + XF95
Connection Wire no. Function
point
1 1234 or 1380 Power supply after contact
2 M Earth
3
4
3701 CAN-H communication port
Not in use
2
5 Not in use
6 3700 CAN-L communication port

1
19
3
21
K101083

Connection points on electronic unit LED


LF45/55
Connection Wire no. Function
point
1 1357 Power supply after contact
2 1264 LED power supply
3 3482 Through-connection earth LED
4 1229 Power supply before contact
5 M Earth

Electronic unit connection points, LED


CF65/75/85 + XF95
Connection Wire no. Function
point
1 1127 Power supply before contact
2 1234 or 1380 Power supply after contact
9 1107 Through-connection
14 4004 Through-connection
15 1107 Through-connection
16 4004 Through-connection
18 M Earth
20 1264 LED power supply
21 3482 LED earth

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3.3 KEY TO BLOCK DIAGRAM

Basic code Description


E023 Fuse, cold start/tachograph/cab heater program clock/alarm system switch
E053 Fuse for diagnostic connector (16-pin)/LED unit/alarm system
E143 Fuse, UPEC/tachograph/alarm system/immobiliser/ABS-D/ABS/ASR-E
2 D715 Alarm system LED
D912 Electronic unit for immobiliser
D931 LED unit for immobiliser
E350 Fuse, various electrical systems
G426 Contact relay

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3.4 BLOCK DIAGRAM

Block diagram E501053 applies to:


- LF45/55 models
Explanation of block diagram
1000 A
A Only fitted if vehicle is equipped with a BV0
alarm system E053

1010
2

1229
Block diagram E501569 applies to: 1 4
CAN-
- CF65/75/85 models, E143
2
D931
3 5
Network

production date < 2002-41 (chassis number

1357

1264

3482
<0E595070)

CAN-H 3701
CAN-L 3700
D715

1 3 6

D912

E501053

Explanation of block diagram


1000 A
A Only fitted if vehicle is equipped with a BV0
alarm system E023

1010
1127

Block diagram E501778 applies to: 2 1


CAN-
D931
E143 Network
20 21 18
- CF65/75/85 models, production date
1234

1264

3482

2002-41 (chassis number 0E595070)


- XF95 model
CAN-H 3701
CAN-L 3700

D715

Modifications to CF65/75/85, production date


2002-41 (chassis number 0E595070) 1 3 6
- Switching of power supply after contact on
connection point 1 modified. D912

E501569

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Explanation of block diagram


A Only fitted if vehicle is equipped with a BV0 A 1010 1000
alarm system
87
E035 E023
G426

1211

1127
2
2 1

1234
CAN-
D931
Network
20 21 18

1264

3482
E350

CAN-H 3701
CAN-L 3700
D715

13801 3 6

D912

E501778

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3.5 CHECKING ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

Explanation of inspection table


The inspection table is divided into a number of
columns.
These columns may contain symbols and/or
abbreviations.

'MEASUREMENT' COLUMN 2
Symbol/abbreviation Explanation
V AC Measurement of AC voltage
V DC Measurement of DC voltage
A Current measurement
 Resistance measurement
% Measurement of duty cycle
Hz Frequency measurement

'MEASUREMENT' COLUMN
Symbol/abbreviation Explanation
* For the readings, see 'Technical data'.
 Open connection

Inspection table for signal and voltage


measurements
Electronic unit, immobiliser D912
No. Inspection Measure- Contact + Pin - Pin Reading Note
ment
1 Electronic unit earth V DC ON 2 Battery <0.5 V Switch on as many
connection earth consumers as
possible
2 Power supply after V DC ON 1 2 18 - 32 V
contact

Electronic unit LED D931 LF45/55


No. Inspection Measure- Contact + Pin - Pin Reading Note
ment
1 Electronic unit earth V DC ON 5 Battery <0.5 V Switch on as many
connection earth consumers as
possible
2 Power supply before V DC Off 4 5 18 - 32 V
contact
3 Power supply after V DC ON 1 5 18 - 32 V Contact on
contact

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LED electronic unit D931 CF65/75/85 + XF95


No. Inspection Measure- Contact + Pin - Pin Reading Note
ment
1 Electronic unit earth V DC ON 18 Battery <0.5 V Switch on as many
connection earth consumers as
possible
2 Power supply before V DC Off 1 18 18 - 32 V

2
contact
3 Power supply after V DC ON 2 18 18 - 32 V Contact on
contact

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4. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION


4.1 REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION, IMMOBILISER

Note:
The following only needs to be observed if the
immobiliser needs to be replaced.

Removing immobiliser
1. Turn the ignition off. 2
2. Remove the immobiliser.

Installing immobiliser
1. Connect Davie XD to the vehicle.

2. Fit the new immobiliser.

3. Switch on the vehicle ignition.

4. Enable the fuel supply by entering the PIN


code of the immobiliser that has been
removed (see chapter 'System description').

5. Match the immobiliser to the vehicle using


Davie XD.

6. Using DAVIE XD, program the new ignition


keys in the electronic unit of the immobiliser.

Note:
New ignition keys must always be provided
whenever the immobiliser is replaced. The 'old'
ignition keys cannot be used for a different/new
immobiliser and can no longer be used to start the
vehicle.

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CDS-3

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1. GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . 200821


1.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . 200821
1.2 Location of components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2 . . . . . 200821

2. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 . . . . . 200821


2.1 Operation of CDS-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 . . . . . 200821

3. DESCRIPTION OF COMPONENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1 . . . . . 200821


3.1 CDS-3 electronic unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1 . . . . . 200821
3.2 Hand-held transmitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.3 Electric motor, central door lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-2 . . . . .
3-2 . . . . .
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4. CONTROL FUNCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1 . . . . . 200821
4.1 Unlocking doors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1 . . . . . 200821
4.2 Locking doors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5 . . . . . 200821

5. INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1 . . . . . 200821


5.1 Items requiring special attention . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1 . . . . . 200821
5.2 Electronic unit connection points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2 . . . . . 200821
5.3 Key to block diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3 . . . . . 200821
5.4 Block diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4 . . . . . 200821
5.5 Checking electrical system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-8 . . . . . 200821

6. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF CDS-3 UNIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1 . . . . . 200821


6.1 Removal and installation of CDS-3 unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1 . . . . . 200821

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CDS-3
Immobiliser + CDS-3 + ALS-S General

1. GENERAL
1.1 INTRODUCTION

This system manual describes the layout,


operation and control of the Central Door locking
System. The purpose of the CDS-3 system is to
centrally lock the doors of the vehicle. Application
of an ALS-S alarm system (BV2 and BV3)
requires a built-in CDS-3 system.
The hand-held transmitter of the CDS-3 system,
in combination with the alarm system, serves to
close both doors, open the driver's door and also
switch the ALS-S alarm system on and off. 3

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1.2 LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

CDS-3

A B

3 D905
D905

XF95 - XC XF95 - XL/XH

C D

D905

D905
CF LF
E501781
A XF95 XC cab
B XF95 XL/XH cab
C CF series
D LF series

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2. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
2.1 OPERATION OF CDS-3

The purpose of the CDS-3 system is:


- automatic locking of both doors when one of
the doors is locked with the key/button.
- automatic locking of both doors using the
hand-held transmitter.
- if one of the two doors is unlocked using the
key/button, only this door will be unlocked;

-
the other door remains locked.
automatic unlocking of the driver's side door 3
using the hand-held transmitter. Between
transmitter and receiver there is only coded
data from the transmitter to the receiver. The
receiver forwards the data to the unit, which
will close the doors or open the driver's door.
If the CDS-3 is combined with an ALS-S
alarm system, the CDS-3 unit will send a
signal to the ALS-S alarm system to switch it
on and off. The CDS-3 system does not
affect the operation of the immobiliser.

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Immobiliser + CDS-3 + ALS-S Description of components

3. DESCRIPTION OF COMPONENTS
3.1 CDS-3 ELECTRONIC UNIT

The electronic unit regulates and controls the


entire system. This electronic unit consists of:
- A microprocessor as the central unit with the
aid of which the unit can communicate with
other parts of the electronic unit.
- A fixed, non-volatile memory (Read Only
Memory), containing a control program for

-
the specific control operations.
An electric erasable memory (EEPROM) 3
which retains its information when the
electronic unit is de-energised.

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3.2 HAND-HELD TRANSMITTER

The hand-held transmitters have two buttons.


When one of the buttons is operated, the LED on
the hand-held transmitter comes on. Button (1) is 1 2
used to lock the doors and button (2) is used to
unlock the driver's door.

K101241

3
3.3 ELECTRIC MOTOR, CENTRAL DOOR LOCK

The doors contain the electric motors of the


central door locking system. The motors can be
operated both electrically and mechanically.
Electric operation is via the hand-held transmitter
and the dashboard switch. Mechanical operation
is via the key and the door locking button. The
CDS-3 unit uses the outputs to the electric motors
to determine whether the door is locked or open.

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4. CONTROL FUNCTIONS
4.1 UNLOCKING DOORS

kl30 kl30
1000 1000 IF Alarm
CDS-3
diagnosis
E053
E084 Connector VIC Alarm
(10A)
(10A)
A021 D900 D911
8 2 1 C13 B16

3647
3646
1105

16 10 2

ECU, CDS - 3 D905

13 15 14 12 3 8
4537

4538

5061

5062

5118

Hand-held
transmitter
5061
1105

1105
DO

DO
DL

DL

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 7 3

M M

B199 B200 C774


Door actuator Door actuator Dashboard switch
driver side co-driver side lock/unlock co-driver side
ES07105/06
E501779-2

Unlocking co-driver's side door using key.


This is equal to opening a door without central
locking. The other door remains locked.

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31 B199 31 B200
DO DL DO DL

DL DL

DO DO
3
1000

M M

30B 30B

13 15 16 12
D905
8 2 10 3 14

7 1

C774 I 0 II

3
alarm + diagnose
E501717
VIC

Unlocking the co-driver's side door using


switch C774.
When switch C774 is operated (pin 3 connected
to pin 1), connection DO of electric motor B200 is
connected to earth. The lock on co-driver's side is
unlocked.

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kl30 kl30
1000 1000 IF Alarm
CDS-3
diagnosis
E053
E084 Connector VIC Alarm
(10A)
(10A)
A021 D900 D911
8 2 1 C13 B16

3647
3646
1105

16 10 2
3
ECU, CDS - 3 D905

13 15 14 12 3 8
4537

4538

5061

5062

5118
Hand-held
5061 transmitter
1105

1105
DO

DO
DL

DL

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 7 3

M M

B199 B200 C774


Door actuator Door actuator Dashboard switch
driver side co-driver side lock/unlock co-driver side
ES07105/06
E501779-2

Unlocking using the hand-held transmitter


If the door unlocking button on the hand-held
transmitter is pressed, the hand-held transmitter
will send a fixed-code signal to the CDS-3 unit
(D905). When the CDS-3 unit recognises this
code, the hand-held transmitter will send coded
messages (rolling code) to the CDS-3 unit. This
rolling code changes every time the hand-held
transmitter is operated. After the CDS-3 unit has
accepted the messages, it will send a signal to
the VIC (D900) and, if the vehicle is equipped with
an alarm system, it will also send a signal to the
alarm system (D911).
The CDS-3 unit now connects pin 13 to earth.
This will activate the motor on driver's side. The
CDS-3 unit checks the status of the output to the
motor (B199). Connection DL must not be
connected to earth when the motor is in 'open'
position. The CDS-3 unit uses this information to
determine whether unlocking of the door on
driver's side has been successful. Via pin 2, the
CDS-3 unit will send a message to the VIC stating
that the door on driver's side has been
successfully unlocked. As a result, the VIC will
switch on the interior lighting for a certain period
of time.

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If the driver's side door is not properly unlocked


after three attempts, a message will be sent to the
VIC, stating that the unlocking was not
successful.
If the vehicle has an alarm system, a signal is also
sent from the CDS-3 unit connection 2 to the
alarm unit. The alarm is then switched off.

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4.2 LOCKING DOORS

kl30 kl30
1000 1000 IF Alarm
CDS-3
diagnosis
E053
E084 Connector VIC Alarm
(10A)
(10A)
A021 D900 D911
8 2 1 C13 B16

3647
3646
1105

16 10 2

ECU, CDS - 3 D905

13 15 14 12 3 8
4537

4538

5061

5062

5118
Hand-held
transmitter
5061
1105

1105
DO

DO
DL

DL

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 7 3

M M

B199 B200 C774


Door actuator Door actuator Dashboard switch
driver side co-driver side lock/unlock co-driver side
ES07105/06
E501779-2

Locking driver's side door with key/button


The operation is similar to that in the standard
model, except that the CDS-3 unit (D905) will
now measure an earth signal at pin 15 via
connection DL. The CDS-3 unit will now connect
pin 12 to earth, which will also activate electric
motor B200. The co-driver's side door will now
lock as well.
Locking co-driver's side door with key/button
The operation is as described above, except that
the CDS-3 unit will now measure an earth signal
at pin 12, and it will connect connection DL of
electric motor B199 to earth. The door on the
driver's side will now also be locked.

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31 B199 31 B200
DO DL DO DL

DL DL

DO DO
3
1000

M M

30B 30B

13 15 16 12
D905
8 2 10 3 14

7 1

C774 I 0 II

3
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E501716
VIC

Locking co-driver's side door using switch


C774
When switch C774 is operated (pin 3 connected
to pin 7), an earth signal is created at pin 3 of unit
D905. The CDS-3 unit now connects connection
12 to earth, so that electric motor B200 is
activated and the co-driver's side door is locked.

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kl30 kl30
1000 1000 IF Alarm
CDS-3
diagnosis
E053
E084 Connector VIC Alarm
(10A)
(10A)
A021 D900 D911
8 2 1 C13 B16

3647
3646
1105

16 10 2
3
ECU, CDS - 3 D905

13 15 14 12 3 8
4537

4538

5061

5062

5118
Hand-held
5061 transmitter
1105

1105
DO

DO
DL

DL

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 7 3

M M

B199 B200 C774


Door actuator Door actuator Dashboard switch
driver side co-driver side lock/unlock co-driver side
ES07105/06
E501779-2

Locking the doors on the driver's and co-


driver's sides using the hand-held transmitter
If the door locking button on the hand-held
transmitter is pressed, the hand-held transmitter
will send a fixed-code signal to the CDS-3 unit.
When the CDS-3 unit recognises the hand-held
transmitter on the basis of the fixed code, the
hand-held transmitter will send coded messages
(rolling code) to the CDS-3 unit. This rolling code
changes every time the hand-held transmitter is
operated.
After the CDS-3 unit has accepted the messages,
it will send a signal to the VIC (D900) and, if the
vehicle is equipped with an alarm system, it will
also send the signal 'switch off alarm' to the alarm
system (D911). During locking, the CDS-3 unit
will connect pins 12 and 15 to earth. This will
activate the electric motors (B199 and B200). The
CDS-3 unit then checks the status of the outputs
to the electric motors. It uses this information to
determine whether the doors have been
successfully locked. Via pin 2, the CDS-3 unit will
send a message to the VIC stating that the doors
have been successfully locked. As a result, the
VIC will switch off the interior lighting.

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When locking of the doors has been


unsuccessful, the VIC will switch the interior
lighting on again. The interior lighting will go out
again after the programmed period of time. If the
vehicle has an alarm system, a signal is also sent
from the CDS-3 unit pin 2 to the alarm unit. This
switches the alarm on.

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5. INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT


5.1 ITEMS REQUIRING SPECIAL ATTENTION

1. Always turn off the ignition before removing


or fitting a connector. 5
2. To avoid damaging the connector
connections, the measurements and
through-connections must be made on the
rear side of the connector.
3. Use a 'fuse-protected' wire when making a
through-connection.
4. Always check the power supply and earth
connections of the electronic unit first. 3
5. Variations in measurements may mean that
measured values differ slightly from those
specified. W502002

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5.2 ELECTRONIC UNIT CONNECTION POINTS

8 1

3 16 9
K101591

Connection Wire no. Function


point
1 Not in use
2 3647 Connection for VIC
3 5118 Connection for switch C774
4 not in use
5 not in use
6 not in use
7 not in use
8 M1 Earth
9 not in use
10 3646 Connection for DAVIE connector
11 not in use
12 5062 'Close door' signal, door control motor, co-driver's side
13 4537 'Open door' signal, door control motor, driver's side
14 5061 'Open door' signal, door control motor, co-driver's side
15 4538 'Close door' signal, door control motor, driver's side
16 1101 Power supply before ignition

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5.3 KEY TO BLOCK DIAGRAM

Basic code Description


A021 Diagnostic socket (16-pin)
B199 Central door lock engine, driver's side
B200 Central door lock engine, co-driver's side
C774 Central door locking switch
D900 VIC electronic unit
D905 Electronic unit for central door locking
D911 Electronic unit, ALS-S alarm system 3
E026 Fuse, cigar lighter/door switches/electronic unit converter 24/12 V with
power supply for radio memory
E053 Fuse for diagnostic connector (16-pin)/LED unit/alarm system
E084 Fuse, lighting

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5.4 BLOCK DIAGRAM

Block diagram E502674 applies to:


- LF 45/55 models
Explanation of block diagram
A: If alarm system (ALS-S) is present

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E028

1000

1107
A
ALARM VIC Drivers door Dashboard switch Passenger door E198
D911 D900 B199 C774 B200

B16 C13 2 3 1 4 3 7 1 3 4 1 2

DL
DL

DO
DO
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5118
1181

3647
4538
4537
5061
5062
2 15 13 3 14 12 16

CDS-3 D905

10 8

3646

9107
1299
2 8 1

DIAGNOSTIC
SOCKET

A021 E053

1000

E502674-2
Inspection and adjustment

5-5
CDS-3

3
3
-

5-6
CDS-3

kl30
1000 1010 IF Alarm
CDS-3
diagnosis
E026 E053
Connector VIC Alarm
(15A) (10A)
A021 D900 D911
8 2 1 C13 B16
Inspection and adjustment

Block diagram E502030 applies to:


CF65/75/85 models, production date

1105
3647

3646
<2002-41 (chassis number <0E595070)

16 10 2

ECU, CDS - 3 D905

13 15 14 12 3 8

4537
4538
5061
5062
5118

Hand-held
transmitter

1105
1105
5061

DO
DL
DO
DL

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 7 3

M M

B199 B200 C774


Door actuator Door actuator Dashboard switch
driver side co-driver side lock/unlock co-driver side
ES07105/06
E502030-3

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Block diagram E501780 applies to:


- CF65/75/85 models, production date
2002-41 (chassis number 0E595070)
- XF95 model
Modifications to CF65/75/85 models, production
date 2002-41 (chassis number 0E 595070)
- Fuse E084 (10 A) instead of E026 (15 A)
- Wire 1101 instead of wire 1105

kl30

3
1000 1010 IF Alarm
CDS-3
diagnosis
E053
E084 Connector VIC Alarm
(10A)
(10A)
A021 D900 D911
8 2 1 C13 B16

3647
3646
1101

16 10 2

ECU, CDS - 3 D905

13 15 14 12 3 8
4537

4538

5061

5062

5118

Hand-held
transmitter
5061
1101

1101
DO

DO
DL

DL

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 7 3

M M

B199 B200 C774


Door actuator Door actuator Dashboard switch
driver side co-driver side lock/unlock co-driver side
ES07105/06
E501780-3

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5.5 CHECKING ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

There are two inspection tables:


1. Inspection table for signal and voltage
measurements
2. Inspection table for resistance measurement
and activation of components
Explanation of inspection table
The inspection table is divided into a number of
columns.
These columns may contain symbols and/or
3 abbreviations.

'MEASUREMENT' COLUMN
Symbol/abbreviation Explanation
VDC Measurement of DC voltage
VAC Measurement of AC voltage
A Current measurement
 Resistance measurement
% Measurement of duty cycle
Hz Frequency measurement

'READINGS' COLUMN
Symbol/abbreviation Explanation
* For the readings, see 'Technical data'.
 Open connection

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INSPECTION TABLE FOR SIGNAL AND


VOLTAGE MEASUREMENTS
1. Turn the vehicle contact off.

2. Remove the electronic unit connector.

No. INSPECTION MEASURE- CONTACT + PIN - PIN READING NOTES


MENT
1 Signal from central VDC OFF 2 8 *
door locking
2 Central door locking VDC OFF 3 8 >0.5 Switch not operated

3
switch input signal
Central door locking VDC OFF 3 8 0 Switch operated 3
switch input signal
4 Electronic unit earth VDC ON 8 Battery <0.5 V Switch on as many
connection earth consumers as pos-
sible
5 Output signal 'lock VDC OFF 12 8 18 - 32 V Door unlocked
door' for door locking
motor on passen-
ger's side
6 Output signal 'lock VDC OFF 12 8 0V Door locked
door' for door locking
motor on passen-
ger's side
7 Output signal 'unlock VDC OFF 13 8 18 - 32 V Door locked
door' for door locking
motor on driver's side
8 Output signal 'unlock VDC OFF 13 8 0V Door unlocked
door' for door locking
motor on driver's side
9 Output signal 'unlock VDC OFF 14 8 0V Door unlocked
door' for door locking
motor on passen-
ger's side
10 Output signal 'unlock VDC OFF 14 8 18 - 32 V Door locked
door' for door locking
motor on passen-
ger's side
11 Output signal 'lock VDC OFF 15 8 18 - 32 V Door unlocked
door' for door locking
motor on driver's side
12 Output signal 'lock VDC OFF 15 8 0V Door locked
door' for door locking
motor on driver's side
13 Power supply before VDC OFF 16 8 18 - 32 V
contact

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6. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF CDS-3 UNIT


6.1 REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF CDS-3 UNIT

Removal
1. The CDS unit is situated in the roof case.
Consult the relevant workshop manual on
how to remove the covers.

A B
3

D905
D905

XF95 - XC XF95 - XL/XH

C D

D905

D905
CF LF
E501781

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ALS-S LF45/55
Immobiliser + CDS-3 + ALS-S Contents

CONTENTS
ALS-S LF45/55

Page Date

1. GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . 200821


1.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . 200821
1.2 Location of components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2 . . . . . 200821

2. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 . . . . . 200821


2.1 Operation of alarm system ALS-S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 . . . . . 200821
2.2 Switching the alarm system on and off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5 . . . . . 200821
2.3 Neutral period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5 . . . . . 200821
2.4 Deactivating the cab interior detection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6 . . . . . 200821
2.5 Switching off loadspace detection, superstructure/drawn vehicle . . . . . . . 2-7 . . . . . 200821
2.6 Switching off interior detection when switching on the cab heater . . . . . . 2-8 . . . . . 200821

3. DESCRIPTION OF COMPONENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.1 Electronic unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-1 . . . . .
3-1 . . . . .
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3.2 Ultrasonic detection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2 . . . . . 200821
3.3 Radar sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3 . . . . . 200821
3.4 Horn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4 . . . . . 200821
3.5 Hand-held transmitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5 . . . . . 200821
3.6 Battery set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6 . . . . . 200821
3.7 Cab locking switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7 . . . . . 200821
3.8 Door switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-8 . . . . . 200821

4. CONTROL FUNCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1 . . . . . 200821


4.1 Switching on the alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1 . . . . . 200821
4.2 Switching off the alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3 . . . . . 200821
4.3 Alarm system activated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4 . . . . . 200821

5. INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1 . . . . . 200821


5.1 Items requiring special attention . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1 . . . . . 200821
5.2 Electronic unit connection points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2 . . . . . 200821
5.3 Key to block diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4 . . . . . 200821
5.4 Block diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5 . . . . . 200821
5.5 Inspection of electrical system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-7 . . . . . 200821

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1. GENERAL
1.1 INTRODUCTION

This system manual describes the layout,


operation and control of the ALS-S alarm system.
ALS-S stands for 'ALarm System -Scorpion'.

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1.2 LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

D910
F686 / D905
D909

C835 D715

4 F603/
F604
D911
A510

C836

F009
B338

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Basic code Description Location Note


A510 Emergency battery In the central box Only applicable to BV3/H1
B338 Horn To the left underneath the
cab, in the chassis
C835 Switch to switch off interior In the roof cabinet
detection system
C836 Switch to switch off super- On centre console
structure/trailer loadspace
detection
D715 LED In the roof cabinet
D909 Electronic unit, ultrasonic In the central box
D910 Battery charger In the central box Only applicable to BV3/H1
D911 Electronic unit, alarm sys-
tem
Against the heating unit 4
D916 CDS-3 electronic unit In the roof cabinet
F009 Cab tilting switch Left rear of cab
F603/F604 Ultrasonic sensors Left-hand and right-hand A-
pillars

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2. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
2.1 OPERATION OF ALARM SYSTEM ALS-S

F603/ F604
D909
D715

F686

4
B338

C835/ C836

B010/G303
CDS-3
D905

D911
F009 CAN
network

D
C539 M
St
A

A510 VIC
D900 D899

DAVIE
E514/ E515
+
1

K101729

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Electronic unit ALS-S (D911)


The electronic unit checks and monitors the
control functions of the alarm system.
Depending on the protection class, the unit
monitors the interior and exterior of the cab and
loadspace.
Ultrasonic transmitter (F603) / ultrasonic
receiver (F604)
These sensors monitor the interior using
ultrasonic waves.
Electronic unit, alarm system, ultrasonic
(D909)
The electronic unit checks and translates the
signals from the ultrasonic sensors.

4 Alarm system radar sensor (F686)


This sensor monitors the interior using radar
waves.
Electronic unit for central door locking (D905)
The electronic unit checks and monitors the
control functions of the central door locking; with
the remote control the alarm is switched on and
off.
Switch for deactivating cab interior detection
(C835)
By operating this switch the interior detection can
be switched off, the exterior detection remains
active in this case.
Switch for deactivating loadspace detection
superstructure/trailer (C836)
By operating this switch the load space detection
for the superstructure/trailer can be switched off;
the vehicle detection remains active in this case.
Control switch for cab tilting (F009)
This switch monitors the condition of the cab lock.
Accessories/ignition/starter switch (C539)
This switch supplies power to the alarm system of
the electronic unit after ignition.
Battery for alarm system (A510)
The battery serves as an emergency power
supply for the electronic unit when the vehicle
voltage drops out. The installation of this battery
was mandatory with a BV3 or H1 class system
(up to week 25, 2004), but with the new B3 and
H1 systems (after week 25, 2004) the battery is
not required any longer. ADR vehicles with a BV3
or H1 class system (before week 25, 2004) have
no battery.
Door switches (E514/E515)
These switches monitor the condition of the door
locks.

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Alarm system LED


The LED indicates the status of the alarm system.
When the alarm system has been activated, the
LED flashes at 3 second intervals.
When the alarm system has been deactivated,
the LED is off.
Note:
The LED flashing code indicates which part of the
alarm system activated the alarm.

Alarm system horn


If a burglary signal is received with the alarm
system activated, the horn will sound. The horn is
equipped with an internal battery.
Starter motor locking relay (G303)
This relay is activated to prevent the motor from
starting.
4
Note:
The starter motor locking relay is cancelled from
week 25, 2004

CAN network
Via the CAN network, the electronic unit
communicates with other electronic systems in
the vehicle.
VIC / DIP (D900/D899)
When the alarm system is being switched on and
off, the VIC unit activates the flashing lights as a
status check for the driver. Via the VIC fault
messages will be sent to the DIP panel (D899).
DAVIE
Communication with DAVIE for diagnostics.
The alarm system is a break-in/theft protection
that reacts to a number of signals. The (input)
signals that can set off the alarm come from
various sensors/switches. In this way, you can
differentiate between exterior and interior
protection.
The exterior protection switches are:
- door switches;
- switch in the tilting mechanism
The interior protection switches are:
- ultrasonic sensor
- radar sensor
When you switch off the ignition, the start
interrupter goes into operation after nine minutes.
When the door is opened, this time is reduced to
60 seconds. The start interruption is achieved by
interrupting the wire to the starter relay. With the
B2 and B3 class systems this function is not
available.

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If a message comes from a sensor or a switch,


the horn will sound and the hazard warning lights
will come on.
The system LED indicates the status of the alarm
system and the alarm memory.
The hand transmitter is used to control the central
door locking. The electronic unit of the central
door locking turns the alarm system on or off. If
the hand transmitter is not working and the alarm
system is switched on, the alarm system can be
turned off by switching on the vehicle ignition.
The immobiliser then receives a signal from the
transponder inside the ignition key and enables
the alarm system via the CAN network. The alarm
system cannot be activated with the ignition key
(immobiliser).

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2.2 SWITCHING THE ALARM SYSTEM ON AND OFF

The alarm system is switched on by pressing


button (1) on the hand transmitter. The hazard
warning lights will be on for three seconds. 1 2
The doors, grille, cab tilting mechanism and the
interior are protected after the neutral period. It is
then impossible to start the vehicle. The system
LED will flash at a slow rate after approx.
50 seconds. The system is now fully operational.
When button (2) is pressed, the system switches
itself off. This is indicated by the hazard warning K101241

lights being activated three times.

2.3 NEUTRAL PERIOD


4
After the alarm system is switched on, all alarm
circuits are tested automatically. This test is
carried out during the 50-second neutral period.
The system LED flashes rapidly during this
50-second period. During this neutral period, the
inputs and outputs of the electronic unit are
monitored to determine their status, i.e. the
position of switches and sensors. If a fault is
found in one or more alarm circuits, the alarm
system will draw attention to this by emitting a
beep.

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2.4 DEACTIVATING THE CAB INTERIOR DETECTION

If people remain in the vehicle, the alarm system


may only be switched on if the interior protection
is switched off. This avoids unnecessary
sounding of the alarm. The interior protection is
deactivated as follows:
1. Switch the alarm system off.

2. Press the switch for approximately


0.5 seconds so that the interior detection is
switched off.

3. The system LED now lights up for


approximately two seconds.
4 4. Switch the alarm system on; the interior
detection is now switched off.

K101599

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2.5 SWITCHING OFF LOADSPACE DETECTION, SUPERSTRUCTURE/DRAWN


VEHICLE

If the driver wants to enter the loadspace, the


alarm system may only be turned on if the
loadspace detection is turned off. This avoids
unnecessary sounding of the alarm. The
loadspace detection is deactivated as follows:
Switching off loadspace detection,
superstructure/drawn vehicle
1. Switch the alarm system off.

2. Press the switch (2) for approximately


0.5 seconds so that the interior detection is
switched off.

3. The system LED now lights up for


4
approximately two seconds.

4. Switch the alarm system on; the loadspace


detection is now switched off.

K101600

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2.6 SWITCHING OFF INTERIOR DETECTION WHEN SWITCHING ON THE CAB


HEATER

When the cab heater is switched on, the


electronic unit alarm system receives a signal
from the cab heater. In this way the interior
detection of the cab is turned off when the alarm
system is switched on. If the cab heater is turned
off again, the alarm system starts monitoring the
interior again after a neutral period of 50 seconds.

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3. DESCRIPTION OF COMPONENTS
3.1 ELECTRONIC UNIT

The electronic unit regulates and controls the


entire system. This electronic unit consists of:
- A microprocessor as the central unit with the
aid of which the unit can communicate with
other parts of the electronic unit.
- A fixed, non-volatile memory (Read Only
Memory), containing a control program for
the specific control operations.
- An electric erasable memory (EEPROM)
which retains its information when the
electronic unit is de-energised.

K100890
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3.2 ULTRASONIC DETECTION

The ultrasonic detection consists of two sensors


(a transmitter and a receiver) and an electronic
unit. The ultrasonic unit sends out, via the
transmitter, a high frequency sound wave with a
frequency of 40 kHz (not audible to people),
which is picked up by the receiver. The receiver
sends this signal to the ultrasonic unit. If the
sound wave is disturbed (even slightly), the
ultrasonic unit receives a different signal from the
one transmitted. The ultrasonic unit now sends a
signal to the electronic unit of the alarm system.
The alarm is now activated (if no radar sensor is
present).

4 Note:
- When connecting the sensors to the
ultrasonic unit, ensure that the connectors
marked R and T are not confused.

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3.3 RADAR SENSOR

Together with the ultrasonic detector, the radar


sensor forms part of the interior detection. The
radar sensor sends out a radio wave. This wave
rebounds off metal and the detector can pick up
this wave again. The electronic unit of the alarm
system compares the signal from the radar
sensor with the signal from the ultrasonic unit. If
the two signals indicate a disturbance, the alarm
is activated. If one of the two signals indicates a
disturbance, the alarm is not activated.
Advantages of the radar sensor are: the radar
sensor does not react to air currents and works
through plastic, so that it can be hidden in the roof
cabinet or behind the roof trim.
4
A disadvantage of the radar sensor is: the radar
sensor also detects through glass.
Note:
The detection does not go through metal. Bear
this in mind when later fitting a carphone, for
example.

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3.4 HORN

The horn is connected with three wires: a power


supply, an earth and a control wire. If the alarm
system is switched on, the electronic unit puts a
signal on the control wire. In this way, the horn
switches on the sabotage protection. If one of the
three connections is then broken or the supply to
the electronic unit is suddenly interrupted, the
horn will work off its internal battery. If the battery
pole of the vehicle or the horn must be uncoupled
without the horn being activated, this can be
carried out after the alarm is switched off.

K100895

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3.5 HAND-HELD TRANSMITTER

The hand-held transmitters belong to the Central


Door locking System (CDS-3). By locking or
unlocking the door(s) the CDS-3 unit sends a 1 2
signal to the ALS-S unit to switch on or off the
alarm, this means that a vehicle with ALS-S must
also have the Central Door locking System
(CDS-3).
The hand-held transmitters have two buttons.
When one of the buttons is operated, the LED on
the hand-held transmitter comes on. Button (1) is K101241

used to lock the doors and button (2) is used to


unlock the driver's door.

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3.6 BATTERY SET

With BV3/H1 systems, an extra battery set must


be fitted. This provides a power supply to the
electronic unit (D911) if the vehicle electrical
system fails.

Note:
This battery set may not be used in the case of a
vehicle equipped to transport dangerous goods.

The battery set is connected to the vehicle


electrical system. The electronics ensure that the
built-in battery can only be charged by the battery
charger when the engine is running.

K101244

Note:
If the vehicle electrical system fails (e.g. due to
the battery cable being removed), the horn will go
off. Power is supplied to the horn by an internal
battery. The horn then operates with a voltage of
12V.

K100894

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3.7 CAB LOCKING SWITCH

The cab tilting switch reacts to tilting of the cab.


The switch is located on the co-driver's side in the
cab locking system. When the cab is in the tilted
back position the switch will be closed. When the
cab is tilted, the switched will be opened. This will
interrupt the earth connection on the pin of the
electronic unit of the alarm system.

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3.8 DOOR SWITCHES

The alarm system uses the standard door


switches located to left and right in the
dashboard. When the door is opened, a 24-V
supply is connected to the relevant pin on the
electronic unit.

+
1
4 2

K100768

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4. CONTROL FUNCTIONS
4.1 SWITCHING ON THE ALARM

1000

E023
1127

D905/D916 D521
CDS-3
ACH-E
2

4
7
3647

5117
A2 B16 B9

ALS-S D911
B2 B13 A8 A9 A7
3657

2003

3652
3656

1 7 1 7 D23 C36
D900
VIC
5 5

K101735

When the alarm is switched on, the electronic unit


of the alarm system sends various signals to the
VIC. This is because the VIC is responsible for
controlling the hazard warning lights. From
connection point A8, a blocking voltage (situation A
A) is sent to connection point D23 of the VIC for 3
seconds. From connection point A9, for the same
period of time, a blocking voltage at a frequency
of 5 Hz (situation B) is applied to connection point
C36 of the VIC. Due to these two signals, the VIC B
will cause the hazard warning lights to come on
for 3 seconds (situation C).

C
K101509

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Switching on the alarm with the interior


detection system switched off
If switch C835 is operated before the alarm
system is activated, a supply voltage is applied to
connection point B13 of alarm unit D911. If this
signal is there for over 0.5 seconds, the alarm
unit, when switched on, will ignore the interior
detection sensors.
Switching on the alarm in combination with
cab heater
If the cab heater is switched on and the alarm
system is activated, a supply voltage will be
applied to connection point B9 of alarm unit
D911, coming from unit D871 for cab heater; the
alarm unit will now ignore the interior detection

4 sensors. Power will no longer supplied to B9


when the cab heater is switched off. After a
neutral period of 50 seconds the alarm unit will re-
activate the interior detection sensors.
Switching on the alarm with loadspace
detection superstructure/trailer deactivated.
If switch C836 is operated before the alarm
system is activated, a supply voltage is applied to
connection point B2 of alarm unit D911. If this
signal is there for over 0.5 seconds, the alarm
unit, when switched on, will ignore the loadspace
detection system.

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4.2 SWITCHING OFF THE ALARM

1000

E023
1127

D905/D916
CDS-3
2

4
3647

A2 B16

ALS-S D911
A8 A9 A7
2003

3652

D23 C36
D900
VIC

K101739

When the alarm is switched off, the electronic unit


of the alarm system sends various signals to the
VIC. This is because the VIC is responsible for
controlling the hazard warning lights. From
connection point A8, a blocking voltage (situation A
A) is sent to connection point D23 of the VIC for 3
seconds. From connection point A9, for the same
period of time, a blocking voltage at a frequency
of 1.25 Hz (situation B) is applied to connection
point C36 of the VIC. Due to these two signals, B
the VIC will cause the hazard warning lights to
flash 3 times (situation C).

C
K101510

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4.3 ALARM SYSTEM ACTIVATED

1000

E023
1127

2
B338
1 3

4
1264

3653

3480

A2 A6 B3 A5

ALS-S D911
A8 A9 A7
2003

3652

D23 C36
D900
VIC

K101740

If the alarm system is switched on and the alarm


T1 T2 T1
goes off, the electronic unit of the alarm system
applies a supply voltage via connection point B3
to connection point 1 of the siren; as a result the
siren will be activated. Also, the unit will apply a A8
supply voltage to connection point D23 of the VIC
via connection point A8 for 29 seconds (T1). As a
result, the VIC activates the hazard warning lights
at a frequency of 1.5 Hz (situation C). After 29 VIC
seconds (T1), the power supply to connection
point D23 of the VIC and connection point 1 of the
siren ceases. As a result, the hazard warning
lights stop flashing and the siren no longer B3
sounds. The procedure is repeated after a K101737
5-second pause (T2)|.

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5. INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT


5.1 ITEMS REQUIRING SPECIAL ATTENTION

1. Always turn off the ignition before removing


or fitting a connector. 5
2. To avoid damaging the connector
connections, the measurements and
through-connections must be made on the
rear side of the connector.
3. Use a 'fuse-protected' wire when making a
through-connection.
4. Always check the power supply and earth
connections of the electronic unit first.
5. Variations in measurements may mean that
measured values differ slightly from those
specified. W502002 4

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5.2 ELECTRONIC UNIT CONNECTION POINTS

A B
1 10 1 19

4
3 12 3 21

K100897

Connection
Wire number Function
point
A1 4009A Output signal to starter motor
A2 1229 Power supply before ignition
A3 4009 Input signal, ignition lock (start position)
A4 1357 Power supply after contact
A5 3480 Earth, horn
A6 1264 Horn supply/system LED
A7 M Earth
A8 2003 Signal to VIC to activate hazard warning lights
A9 3652 Signal to VIC to activate hazard warning lights
A10 3651 Power supply, ultrasonic unit
A11 3650 Input signal, ultrasonic unit
A12 3649 Earth, ultrasonic unit

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Connection
Wire number Function
point
B1 Not in use
Input signal, switch for switching off loadspace detection super-
B2 3657
structure/drawn vehicle
B3 3653 Alarm system horn control signal
B4 3660 Alarm, drawn vehicle
B5 3412 Input signal, switch for cab locking alarm system
B6 3659 Alarm, superstructure
B7 Not in use
B8 Not in use
B9 5117 Input signal, cab heater
B10 2647 Input signal, door switch, co-driver's side 4
B11 2600 Input signal, door switch, driver's side
B12 Not in use
B13 3658 Input signal, switch for switching off interior detection
B14 3482 Input signal, LED alarm system
B15 3646 Input/output signal, diagnostic connector
B16 3647 Input signal, central door locking (CDS-3)
B17 Not in use
B18 Not in use
B19 Not in use
B20 3700K CAN-L communication port
B21 3701K CAN-H communication port

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5.3 KEY TO BLOCK DIAGRAM

Basic code Description


A001 Rear fog lamp/reversing lamp socket (7-pin)
A021 Diagnostic socket (16-pin)
A070 Application connector, superstructure (8-pin)
A510 Battery, alarm system
B010 Starter motor
B338 Alarm system horn
C539 Accessories/ignition/starter switch
C835 Switch to switch off interior detection system

4 C836
D521
Switch to switch off superstructure/trailer loadspace detection
Electronic unit, cab heater
D715 Alarm system LED
D900 VIC electronic unit
D905 Electronic unit for CDS
D909 Electronic unit for ultrasonic alarm system
D910 Electronic unit for battery charger
D911 Electronic unit, alarm system (ALS-S)
E026 Fuse for door switches
E053 Fuse for diagnostic connector (16-pin)
E143 Fuse, alarm system
E514 Operating switch for stepwell/interior lighting on driver's side
E515 Operating switch for stepwell/interior lighting on co-driver's side
F009 Cab tilting switch
F603 Transmitter, ultrasonic
F604 Receiver, ultrasonic
F686 Radar sensor

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5.4 BLOCK DIAGRAM

Block diagram E502080 applies to:


- Model LF45/55
Explanation of block diagram
A: If loadspace detection superstructure/
drawn vehicle present.
B: If loadspace detection superstructure/
drawn vehicle present.
C: If alarm system BV2 or BV3 present.
D: If alarm system BV3 or H1 present.
E: If cab heater present.
F: If radar sensor alarm system present.

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1010 1000 1000
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1357
1229
1107
1229
start lock
diagnosis
connector power supply
+ 1 C841
1 5 5 2 2
Inspection and adjustment

8 2 1 1 1 1 2 4 6
interior cargo switch switch
exclusion exclusion passenger driver

1229
3646
3658
3657
2647
2600
4002

door door

A4 A2 B15 B13 B2 B11 B10 A3

ALS-S

A6 B3 A5 B14 B6 B4 A12 A11 A10 B7 B9 B20 B21 B5 A8 A9 B16 A7 A1

1264
3653
3480
3482
3649
3650
3651
3654
5117
3412
2003
3652
3647

3659
3660
4002A

CAN-H

CAN-L

Battery
charger
3701K

3700K

2 1 3 2 1 2 3 1 3 4 2 6 B16 D23 C36 C13 2


CAN
network
6 5 4 3 siren 2 1 VIC CDS-3 starter relay
3479

Radar sensor Aux. heater

5162
5163
+ 5 6 7 8 1

connector 2

Battery
Cabin lock
switch
LT10705/6

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5.5 INSPECTION OF ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

There are two inspection tables:


- Inspection table for signal and voltage
measurements
- Inspection table for resistance measurement
and activation of components
Explanation of inspection table
The inspection table is divided into a number of
columns.
These columns may contain symbols and/or
abbreviations.

'MEASUREMENT' COLUMN
Symbol/abbreviation
V AC
Explanation
Measurement of AC voltage
4
V DC Measurement of DC voltage
A Current measurement
 Resistance measurement
% Measurement of duty cycle
Hz Frequency measurement

'MEASUREMENT' COLUMN
Symbol/abbreviation Explanation
* For the readings, see 'Technical data'.
 Open connection

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Inspection table for signal and voltage


measurements
No. Inspection Measure- Ignition + Pin - Pin Reading Note
ment
1 Electronic unit earth V DC ON A7 Battery <0.5 V Switch on as many
connection earth consumers as
possible
2 Power supply before V DC OFF A2 A7 22 - 28 V
ignition
3 Power supply after V DC ON A4 A7 22 - 28 V Switch on as many
contact consumers as
possible
4 Signal contact V DC OFF/ON A3 A7 22 - 28 V Measure while
starting vehicle

4 5 Power supply to starter


motor
V DC OFF/ON A1 A7 22 - 28 V Measure while
starting vehicle
6 Turn off trailer V DC OFF B2 A7 0V Switch not
detection signal operated
7 Turn off trailer V DC OFF B2 A7 22 - 28 V Operate switch
detection signal
8 Turn off interior V DC OFF B13 A7 0V Switch not
detection signal operated
9 Turn off interior V DC OFF B13 A7 22 - 28 V Operate switch
detection signal
10 Signal, driver's side V DC OFF B11 A7 22 - 28 V Door opened
door switch
11 Signal, driver's side V DC OFF B11 A7 0V Door closed
door switch
12 Signal, co-driver's side V DC OFF B10 A7 22 - 28 V Door opened
door switch
13 Signal, co-driver's side V DC OFF B10 A7 0V Door closed and
door switch driver's door also
closed
14 Signal from cab heater V DC OFF B9 A7 0V Cab heater off
15 Signal from cab heater V DC OFF B9 A7 22 - 28 V Cab heater
switched on
16 Cab tilting switch V DC OFF A7 0V Cab in driving
position
17 Cab tilting switch V DC OFF A7 22 - 28 V Cab in tilted
position
18 Ultrasonic V DC OFF A10 A7 8 -12 V Alarm switched on
and detection on
the ultrasonic
sensors
19 Ultrasonic V DC OFF A10 A7 8 -12 V Alarm switched on
20 Radar sensor V DC OFF A10 A7 8 -12 V Alarm switched on

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CONTENTS
ALS-S CF65/75/85

Page Date

1. GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . 200821


1.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . 200821
1.2 Location of components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2 . . . . . 200821

2. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 . . . . . 200821


2.1 Operation of alarm system ALS-S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 . . . . . 200821
2.2 Switching the alarm system on and off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5 . . . . . 200821
2.3 Neutral period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6 . . . . . 200821
2.4 Deactivating the cab interior detection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7 . . . . . 200821
2.5 Switching off loadspace detection, superstructure/drawn vehicle . . . . . . . 2-8 . . . . . 200821
2.6 Switching off interior detection when switching on the cab heater . . . . . . 2-9 . . . . . 200821

3. DESCRIPTION OF COMPONENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1 . . . . . 200821


3.1 Electronic unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1 . . . . . 200821
3.2 Ultrasonic detection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2 . . . . . 200821
3.3 Radar sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3 . . . . . 200821
3.4 Horn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.5 Hand-held transmitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-4 . . . . .
3-5 . . . . .
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3.6 Battery set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6 . . . . . 200821
3.7 Cab lock sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7 . . . . . 200821
3.8 Door switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-8 . . . . . 200821

4. CONTROL FUNCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1 . . . . . 200821


4.1 Switching on the alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1 . . . . . 200821
4.2 Switching off the alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3 . . . . . 200821
4.3 Alarm system activated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4 . . . . . 200821

5. INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1 . . . . . 200821


5.1 Items requiring special attention . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1 . . . . . 200821
5.2 Electronic unit connection points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2 . . . . . 200821
5.3 Key to block diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4 . . . . . 200821
5.4 Block diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5 . . . . . 200821
5.5 Inspection of electrical system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-11 . . . . 200821

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1. GENERAL
1.1 INTRODUCTION

This system manual describes the layout,


operation and control of the ALS-S alarm system.
ALS-S stands for 'ALarm System -Scorpion'.

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1.2 LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

D909 F686

D715

F603/ D911
F604
D905

5 A510 D910

C836 C835

B338

F619

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Basic code Description Location Note


A510 Emergency battery Under floor plate, co-driver's Only BV3
side
B338 Horn Left, under cab steps
C835 Switch to switch off On centre console
interior detection system
C836 Switch to switch off On centre console
superstructure/trailer
loadspace detection
D715 LED In the roof cabinet
D905 CDS-3 electronic unit Under the tachograph
D909 Electronic unit, ultrasonic In the roof cabinet
D910 Battery charger Under floor plate, co-driver's Only BV3
side
D911 Electronic unit, alarm In the central box

F603/F604
system
Ultrasonic sensors At the corners of the roof
5
cabinet
F619 Cab tilting sensor Left rear of cab
F686 Radar sensor In the roof cabinet

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2. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
2.1 OPERATION OF ALARM SYSTEM ALS-S

F603/ F604
D909 D715

F686

B338

C835/ C836
5

B010/G303
CDS-3
D905
D911
F619
CAN
network
D
C539 M
St
A

A510
VIC
D900 D899

E514/ E515 DAVIE


+
1

K101743

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Electronic unit ALS-S (D911)


The electronic unit checks and monitors the
control functions of the alarm system.
Depending on the protection class, the unit
monitors the interior and exterior of the cab and
loadspace.
Ultrasonic transmitter (F603) / Ultrasonic
receiver (F604)
These sensors monitor the interior using
ultrasonic waves.
Electronic unit, alarm system, ultrasonic
(D909)
The electronic unit checks and translates the
signals from the ultrasonic sensors.
Alarm system radar sensor (F686)
This sensor monitors the interior using radar
waves.

5 Electronic unit for central door locking (D905)


The electronic unit checks and monitors the
control functions of the central door locking.
Switch for deactivating cab interior detection
(C835)
By operating this switch the interior detection can
be switched off, the exterior detection remains
active in this case.
Switch for deactivating loadspace detection
superstructure/trailer (C836)
By operating this switch the load space detection
for the superstructure/trailer can be switched off;
the vehicle detection remains active in this case.
Control switch for cab tilting (F619)
This switch monitors the condition of the cab lock.
Accessories/ignition/starter switch (C539)
This switch supplies power to the alarm system of
the electronic unit after ignition.
Battery for alarm system (A510)
The battery serves as an emergency power
supply for the electronic unit when the vehicle
voltage drops out. This battery was installed only
with a BV3 or H1 class system (up to week 25,
2004), but with the new B3 and H1 systems (after
week 25, 2004) the battery is not required any
longer. ADR vehicles with a BV3 or H1 class
system (before week 25, 2004) have no battery.
Door switches (E514/E515)
These switches monitor the condition of the door
locks.

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Alarm system LED


The LED indicates the status of the alarm system.
When the alarm system has been activated, the
LED flashes at 3 second intervals.
When the alarm system has been deactivated,
the LED is off.
Note:
The LED flashing code indicates which part of the
alarm system activated the alarm.

Alarm system horn


If a burglary signal is received with the alarm
system activated, the horn will sound. The horn is
equipped with an internal battery.
Starter motor locking relay (B010/G303)
This relay is activated to prevent the motor from
starting.
Note:
The starter motor locking relay is cancelled from
week 25, 2004
5
CAN network
Via the CAN network, the electronic unit
communicates with other electronic systems in
the vehicle.
VIC / DIP (D900/D899)
When the alarm system is being switched on and
off, the VIC unit activates the flashing lights as a
status check for the driver. Via the VIC fault
messages will be sent to the DIP panel (D899).
DAVIE
Communication with DAVIE for diagnostics.
The alarm system is a break-in/theft protection
that reacts to a number of signals. The (input)
signals that can set off the alarm come from
various sensors/switches. In this way, you can
differentiate between exterior and interior
protection.
The exterior protection switches are:
- door switches;
- switch in the tilting mechanism
The interior protection switches are:
- ultrasonic detector
- radar sensor (optional)
When you switch off the ignition, the start
interrupter goes into operation after nine minutes.
When the door is opened, this time is reduced to
60 seconds. The start interruption is achieved by
interrupting the wire to the starter relay. With the
B2 and B3 class systems this function is not
available.

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If a message comes from a sensor or a switch,


the horn will sound and the hazard warning lights
will come on.
The system LED indicates the status of the alarm
system and the alarm memory.
The hand transmitter is used to control the central
door locking. The electronic unit of the central
door locking turns the alarm system on or off. If
the hand transmitter is not working and the alarm
system is switched on, the alarm system can be
turned off by switching on the vehicle ignition.
The immobiliser then receives a signal from the
transponder inside the ignition key and enables
the alarm system via the CAN network. The alarm
system cannot be activated with the ignition key
(immobiliser).

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2.2 SWITCHING THE ALARM SYSTEM ON AND OFF

The alarm system is switched on by pressing


button (1) on the hand transmitter. The hazard
warning lights will be on for three seconds. 1 2
The doors, grille, cab tilting mechanism and the
interior are protected after the neutral period.
It is then impossible to start the vehicle. The
system LED will flash at a slow rate after approx.
50 seconds. The system is now fully operational.
When button (2) is pressed, the system switches
itself off. This is indicated by the hazard warning K101241

lights being activated three times.

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2.3 NEUTRAL PERIOD

After the alarm system is switched on, all alarm


circuits are tested automatically. This test is
carried out during the 50-second neutral period.
The system LED flashes rapidly during this
50-second period. During this neutral period, the
inputs and outputs of the electronic unit are
monitored to determine their status, i.e. the
position of switches and sensors. If a fault is
found in one or more alarm circuits, the alarm
system will draw attention to this by emitting a
beep.

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2.4 DEACTIVATING THE CAB INTERIOR DETECTION

If people remain in the vehicle, the alarm system


may only be switched on if the interior protection
is switched off. This avoids unnecessary
sounding of the alarm. The interior protection is
deactivated as follows:
1. Switch the alarm system off.

2. Press the switch for approximately


0.5 seconds so that the interior detection is
switched off.

3. The system LED now lights up for


approximately two seconds.

4. Switch the alarm system on; the interior


detection is now switched off.

K101599

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2.5 SWITCHING OFF LOADSPACE DETECTION, SUPERSTRUCTURE/DRAWN


VEHICLE

If the driver wants to enter the loadspace, the


alarm system may only be turned on if the
loadspace detection is turned off. This avoids
unnecessary sounding of the alarm. The
loadspace detection is deactivated as follows:
Switching off loadspace detection,
superstructure/drawn vehicle
1. Switch the alarm system off.

2. Press the switch (2) for approximately


0.5 seconds so that the interior detection is
switched off.

3. The system LED now lights up for


approximately two seconds.

5 4. Switch the alarm system on; the loadspace


detection is now switched off.

K101600

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2.6 SWITCHING OFF INTERIOR DETECTION WHEN SWITCHING ON THE CAB


HEATER

When the cab heater is switched on, the


electronic unit alarm system receives a signal
from the cab heater. In this way the interior
detection of the cab is turned off when the alarm
system is switched on. If the cab heater is turned
off again, the alarm system starts monitoring the
interior again after a neutral period of 50 seconds.

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3. DESCRIPTION OF COMPONENTS
3.1 ELECTRONIC UNIT

The electronic unit regulates and controls the


entire system. This electronic unit consists of:
- A microprocessor as the central unit with the
aid of which the unit can communicate with
other parts of the electronic unit.
- A fixed, non-volatile memory (Read Only
Memory), containing a control program for
the specific control operations.
- An electric erasable memory (EEPROM)
which retains its information when the
electronic unit is de-energised.

K100890

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3.2 ULTRASONIC DETECTION

The ultrasonic detection consists of two sensors


(a transmitter and a receiver) and an electronic
unit. The ultrasonic unit sends out, via the
transmitter, a high frequency sound wave with a
frequency of 40 kHz (not audible to people),
which is picked up by the receiver. The receiver
sends this signal to the ultrasonic unit. If the
sound wave is disturbed (even slightly), the
ultrasonic unit receives a different signal from the
one transmitted. The ultrasonic unit now sends a
signal to the electronic unit of the alarm system.
The alarm is now activated (if no radar sensor is
present).
Note:
- When connecting the sensors to the
ultrasonic unit, ensure that the connectors
marked R and T are not confused.
5 - In the case of vehicles with a sleeper cab
(including curtains) and a BV2/BV3 or H1
alarm system, there will also be a radar
sensor in addition to the ultrasonic detection.

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3.3 RADAR SENSOR

Together with the ultrasonic detector, the radar


sensor forms part of the interior detection. The
radar sensor sends out a radio wave. This wave
rebounds off metal and the detector can pick up
this wave again. The electronic unit of the alarm
system compares the signal from the radar
sensor with the signal from the ultrasonic unit. If
the two signals indicate a disturbance, the alarm
is activated. If one of the two signals indicates a
disturbance, the alarm is not activated.
Advantages of the radar sensor are: the radar
sensor does not react to air currents and works
through plastic, so that it can be hidden in the roof
cabinet or behind the roof trim.
A disadvantage of the radar sensor is: the radar
sensor also detects through glass.
Note:
The detection does not go through metal. Bear
5
this in mind when later fitting a carphone, for
example.

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3.4 HORN

The horn is connected with three wires: a power


supply, an earth and a control wire. If the alarm
system is switched on, the electronic unit puts a
signal on the control wire. In this way, the horn
switches on the sabotage protection. If one of the
three connections is then broken or the supply to
the electronic unit is suddenly interrupted, the
horn will work off its internal battery. If the battery
pole of the vehicle or the horn must be uncoupled
without the horn being activated, this can be
carried out after the alarm is switched off.

K100895

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3.5 HAND-HELD TRANSMITTER

The hand-held transmitters belong to the Central


Door locking System (CDS-3). By locking or
unlocking the door(s) the CDS-3 unit sends a 1 2
signal to the ALS-S unit to switch on or off the
alarm, this means that a vehicle with ALS-S must
also have the Central Door locking System
(CDS-3).
The hand-held transmitters have two buttons.
When one of the buttons is operated, the LED on
the hand-held transmitter comes on. Button (1) is K101241

used to lock the doors and button (2) is used to


unlock the driver's door.

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3.6 BATTERY SET

With BV3/H1 systems, an extra battery set must


be fitted. This provides a power supply to the
electronic unit (D911) if the vehicle electrical
system fails.

Note:
- This battery set may not be used in the case
of a vehicle equipped to transport dangerous
goods.
- No battery set is available in the B3 and H1
class vehicles, production date  25-2004
(chassis number 0E646817).

The battery set is connected to the vehicle


electrical system. The electronics ensure that the
built-in battery can only be charged by the battery K100892

5 charger when the engine is running.

Note:
If the vehicle electrical system fails (e.g. due to
the battery cable being removed), the horn will go
off. Power is supplied to the horn by an internal
battery. The horn then operates with a voltage of
12V.

K100894

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3.7 CAB LOCK SENSOR

The sensor of the cab locking system reacts to


tilting of the cab. The sensor is located on the
driver's side in the cab locking system. When the
cab is in the tilted-back position, a piece of metal AC000284
moves into the magnetic field of the sensor.
When the cab is tilted, there is no metal in the
magnetic field of the sensor; as a result, the
sensor applies power to the electronic unit.

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3.8 DOOR SWITCHES

The alarm system uses the standard door


switches located to left and right in the
dashboard. When the door is opened, a 24-V
supply is connected to the relevant pin on the
electronic unit.

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4. CONTROL FUNCTIONS
4.1 SWITCHING ON THE ALARM

1000

E023

4660
1127

E571 2 3
D905/D916 D871
CDS-3

4980
ACH-E DVB
2
7
D901
ACH-E
9

5
3647

5117

5117
A2 B16 B9 B9

ALS-S D911
B2 B13 A8 A9 A7
3657

2003

3652
3656

1 7 1 7 D23 C36
D900
VIC
5 5

K101741

When the alarm is switched on, the electronic unit


of the alarm system sends various signals to the
VIC. This is because the VIC is responsible for
controlling the hazard warning lights. From
connection point A8, a blocking voltage (situation A
A) is sent to connection point D23 of the VIC for 3
seconds. From connection point A9, for the same
period of time, a blocking voltage at a frequency
of 5 Hz (situation B) is applied to connection point
C36 of the VIC. Due to these two signals, the VIC B
will cause the hazard warning lights to come on
for 3 seconds (situation C).

C
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Switching on the alarm with the interior


detection system switched off
If spring-loaded switch C835 is operated before
the alarm system is activated, a supply voltage is
applied to connection point B13 of alarm unit
D911. If this signal is there for over 0.5 seconds,
the alarm unit, when switched on, will ignore the
interior detection system. The interior detection
system will function normallly when the alarm is
switched off en then on again.
Switching on the alarm in combination with
cab heater
If the cab heater is switched on and the alarm
system is activated, a supply voltage will be
applied to connection point B9 of alarm unit
D911, coming from unit D871 for air cab heater or
D901 for water cab heater (if switch E571 is
operated); the alarm unit will now ignore the
interior detection sensors. Power will no longer
5 supplied to B9 when the cab heater is switched
off. After a neutral period of 50 seconds the alarm
unit will re-activate the interior detection sensors.
If the cab heater is switched on but not active, the
interior detection system will operate normally
until the heater comes on again.
Switching on the alarm with loadspace
detection superstructure/trailer deactivated.
If switch C836 is operated before the alarm
system is activated, a supply voltage is applied to
connection point B2 of alarm unit D911. If this
signal is there for over 0.5 seconds, the alarm
unit, when switched on, will ignore the loadspace
detection system.

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4.2 SWITCHING OFF THE ALARM

1000

E023
1127

D905/D916
CDS-3
2
3647

5
A2 B16

ALS-S D911
A8 A9 A7
2003

3652

D23 C36
D900
VIC

K101739

When the alarm is switched off, the electronic unit


of the alarm system sends various signals to the
VIC. This is because the VIC is responsible for
controlling the hazard warning lights. From
connection point A8, a blocking voltage (situation A
A) is sent to connection point D23 of the VIC for 3
seconds. From connection point A9, for the same
period of time, a blocking voltage at a frequency
of 1.25 Hz (situation B) is applied to connection
point C36 of the VIC. Due to these two signals, B
the VIC will cause the hazard warning lights to
flash 3 times (situation C).

C
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4.3 ALARM SYSTEM ACTIVATED

1000

E023
1127

2
B338
1 3
1264

3653

3480

5
A2 A6 B3 A5

ALS-S D911
A8 A9 A7
2003

3652

D23 C36
D900
VIC

K101740

If the alarm system is switched on and the alarm


T1 T2 T1
goes off, the electronic unit of the alarm system
applies a supply voltage via connection point B3
to connection point 1 of the siren; as a result the
siren will be activated. Also, the unit will apply a A8
supply voltage to connection point D23 of the VIC
via connection point A8 for 29 seconds (T1). As a
result, the VIC activates the hazard warning lights
at a frequency of 1.5 Hz (situation C). After 29 VIC
seconds (T1), the power supply to connection
point D23 of the VIC and connection point 1 of the
siren ceases. As a result, the hazard warning
lights stop flashing and the siren no longer B3
sounds. The procedure is repeated after a K101737
5-second pause (T2)|.

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5. INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT


5.1 ITEMS REQUIRING SPECIAL ATTENTION

1. Always turn off the ignition before removing


or fitting a connector. 5
2. To avoid damaging the connector
connections, the measurements and
through-connections must be made on the
rear side of the connector.
3. Use a 'fuse-protected' wire when making a
through-connection.
4. Always check the power supply and earth
connections of the electronic unit first.
5. Variations in measurements may mean that
measured values differ slightly from those
specified. W502002

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5.2 ELECTRONIC UNIT CONNECTION POINTS

A B
1 10 1 19

3 12 3 21

5 K100897

Connection Wire number Function


point
A1 4004A Input signal, ignition lock (start position)
A2 1127 Power supply before contact
A3 4004B Output signal to starter motor
A4 1234 or 1381 Power supply after contact
A5 3480 Earth, horn
A6 1264 Power supply, horn/proximity switch/system LED
A7 9132 Earth
A8 2003 Signal to VIC to activate hazard warning lights
A9 3652 Signal to VIC to activate hazard warning lights
A10 3651 Power supply, ultrasonic unit/radar sensor/connector loadspace
detection superstructure/drawn vehicle
A11 3650 Input signal, ultrasonic unit
A12 3649 Earth, ultrasonic unit/radar sensor/connector loadspace
detection superstructure/drawn vehicle

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Connection Wire number Function


point
B1 Not in use
B2 3657 Input signal, switch for switching off loadspace detection
superstructure/drawn vehicle
B3 3653 Alarm system horn control signal
B4 3660 Alarm, superstructure/drawn vehicle
B5 3479 Input signal, sensor for cab locking alarm system
B6 3659 Alarm, superstructure/drawn vehicle
B7 3654 Input signal, radar sensor
B8 Not in use
B9 5117 Input signal, cab heater
B10 2647 Input signal, door switch, driver's side
B11 2600 Input signal, door switch, co-driver's side
B12
B13 3658
Not in use
Input signal, switch for switching off interior detection
5
B14 3482 Input signal, LED alarm system
B15 3646 Input/output signal, diagnostic connector
B16 3647 Input signal, central door locking (CDS-3)
B17 Not in use
B18 Not in use
B19 Not in use
B20 3700K CAN-L communication port
B21 3701K CAN-H communication port

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5.3 KEY TO BLOCK DIAGRAM

Basic code Description


A001 Rear fog lamp/reversing lamp socket (7-pin)
A021 Diagnostic socket (16-pin)
A058 Trailer socket (15-pin)
A070 Application connector, superstructure (8-pin)
A510 Battery, alarm system
B010 Starter motor
B338 Alarm system horn
C539 Accessories/ignition/starter switch
C778 Switch, cab heater
C835 Switch to switch off interior detection system
C836 Switch to switch off superstructure/trailer loadspace detection
5 D715 Alarm system LED
D783 Interior lighting diode, driver's side
D791 Door switch diode
D792 Door switch diode
D871 Electronic unit, cab heater
D900 VIC electronic unit
D901 Electronic unit for Hydronic 10 cab heater
D905 Electronic unit for CDS
D909 Electronic unit for ultrasonic alarm system
D910 Electronic unit for battery charger
D911 Electronic unit, alarm system (ALS-S)
E023 Fuse, alarm system
E028 Cab interior lighting fuse
E053 Fuse for diagnostic connector (16-pin)
E143 Fuse, alarm system
E351 Fuse, various electrical systems
E514 Operating switch for stepwell/interior lighting on driver's side
E515 Operating switch for stepwell/interior lighting on co-driver's side
E571 Control switch for Hydronic 10 cab heater
F603 Transmitter, ultrasonic
F604 Receiver, ultrasonic
F619 Cab locking sensor, alarm system
F686 Alarm system, radar sensor
G185 Interrupter relay starting circuit
G303 Starter motor locking relay
G426 Relay contact

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5.4 BLOCK DIAGRAM

Block diagram E502070 applies to:


- CF65/75/85 models, production date
<2002-41 (chassis number <0E 595070)
Explanation of block diagram
A: If alarm system BV3 or H1 present.
B: If alarm system BV2 present.
C: If loading space detection superstructure/
trailer present.
D: If alarm system BV2 or BV3 present.
E: If loading space detection superstructure/
trailer present.
F: If cab heater present.
G: If radar sensor alarm system present.
H: If water auxiliary heater present.

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1000 1010 1000 1000 1010 start lock
87 switch Alarm
diagnosis power supply
2 1 + 1
1 Connector
Siren

1 2
1 3 2 4 8 2 1 2 4 6

1234
1107
9107
1229
1107
1 2
ALS-S CF65/75/85

E351

1382
1264
1 2 3 1 1
Inspection and adjustment

Battery
charger 2 2
5 6
Door Door
switch switch
driver co-driver

5163
5162
- +

Battery 1 2

1127
1381
2647
2600
3653
3480
3479
3482
3646
4004A

1264
A2 A4 B10 B11 A6 B3 A5 B5 B14 B15 A3

ALS-S

B2 B13 B20 B21 B9 B9 A8 A9 B16 B6 B4 A11 A12 A10 B7 A7 A1

3652

3657
3656
5117
5117
2003
3660
3659

3647
3650
3651
3649
3654
4004B

CAN-L
CAN-H
DVB

4660

3700K
3701K
1

E571 2 3
1 7 1 7 7 D23 C36 C13 2 2 5 6 1 6 7 5 8 10 11 12 4 2 1 3 3 1 2 50
starter
CAN D871 motor M

4980
network ACH-E VIC CDS-3
5 5
9
D901 Trailer door Door / Interior Trailer power supply
ACH-E Trailer interior connector
FT/FA FA ADR
Interior Alarm
Exclusion on/off

Ultrasonic Ultrasonic

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Block diagram E502078 applies to:


- CF 65/75/85 models, production dates
2002-41 and <2004-25 (chassis numbers
0E595070 and <0E646817)
Modifications to CF 65/75/85 models, production
dates 2002-41 and <2004-25 (chassis numbers
0E595070 and <0E646817)
- Switching of power supply after contact on
connection point A4 modified
Explanation of block diagram
A: If alarm system BV3 or H1 present.
B: If alarm system BV2 present.
C: If loading space detection superstructure/
trailer present.
D: If alarm system BV2 or BV3 present.
E: If loading space detection superstructure/
trailer present.
F:
G:
If air auxiliary heater present.
If radar sensor alarm system present. 5
H: If water auxiliary heater present.
I: If AS Tronic present.

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Cobin tilt
1000 1010 1000 1000 1010 start lock
87 switch Alarm
diagnosis power supply
2 1 1
+ 1
Connector
Siren

1 2
1 3 2 4 8 2 1 2 4 6

1234
1211
2

1107
9107
1229
1107
1 2
ALS-S CF65/75/85

1264
4 2 3 1 1
Inspection and adjustment

Battery
charger 2 2
5 6
Door Door
switch switch
driver co-driver

5163
5162
- +

Battery 1 2

1127
1381
2647
2600
3653
3480
3479
3482
3646
4004

1264
A2 A4 B10 B11 A6 B3 A5 B5 B14 B15 A3

ALS-S

B2 B13 B20 B21 B9 B9 A8 A9 B16 B6 B4 A11 A12 A10 B7 A7 A1 A1

5117
5117
3652

3657
3656
2003
3660
3659

3647
3650
3651
4004
4004

3649
3654

CAN-L
CAN-H
DVB

4660

3700K
3701K
1

30 30
2 3
1 7 1 7 7 D23 C36 C13 2 2 5 6 1 6 7 5 8 10 11 12 4 2 1 3 3 1 2
CAN

4980
network ACH-E VIC CDS-3
5 5
9
Trailer door Door / Interior Trailer
ACH-E Trailer interior connector
FT/FA FA ADR
Interior Alarm
Exclusion on/off

Ultrasonic Ultrasonic
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Block diagram E502069 applies to:


- CF 65/75/85 models, production date
2004-25 (chassis number 0E646817)
Modifications to CF65/75/85 models, production
date 2004-25 (chassis number  0E646817)
- Start interrupter cancelled on pins A1
and A3.
- Emergency voltage battery is no longer
there.
Explanation of block diagram
A: If loading space detection superstructure/
trailer present.
B: If loading space detection superstructure/
trailer present. FT 7-pin connector
C: If loading space detection superstructure/
trailer present. FA 7-pin connector
D: If loading space detection superstructure/

E:
trailer present. FT 15-pin connector
If loading space detection superstructure/ 5
trailer present. FA 15-pin connector
F: If radar sensor alarm system present.
G: If air auxiliary heater present.
H: If water auxiliary heater present.

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A
+
1000 1000 Alarm 1010
87 diagnosis
G426 connector
E023 E028 E053
A021
8 2 1

1234
1107
9107
1229
ALS-S CF65/75/85

E351 VIC CDS-3


CAN
D900 D905
network
Inspection and adjustment

D23 C36 C13 2


1 1
Interior Cabin Lock Cargo
exclusion Siren Switch exclusion
E514 2 E515 2
D715 1 5 7 2 1 5 7
blue

Switch Switch
yellow

B338 F619 driver passenger


2
1 C835 3 1 2 4 1 C836 door door

D783
3700K
3701K

9132
9132
M M 1 2
CAN-L
CAN-H
2003
3652
3647

1127
1381
2647
2600
3646

3657

3482
3658
3653
3479
A2 B14 B13 B3 B5 B2 A4 B10 B11 B15 B20 B21 A8 A9 B16

ALS-S D911

A7 B6 B4 A11 A12 A10 B7 B9 B9


5117
5117

3660

9132
3659
3650
3651
3649
3654

DVB
4660

M M M M M M
E571 2 3
2 5 6 1 2 5 6 1 6 7 5 8 10 11 12 4 10 11 12 4 6 7 5 8 2 1 3 3 1 2 7
A001 A001 A070 A058 A058 A070 D909 F686 D871
Ultrasonic
4980

ACH-E
Sensor ECU Radar Sensor
M 9
Cargo door pin 2 Cargo door pin 2 Cargo door pin 6 Cargo door pin 10 Cargo door pin 1 Cargo door pin 6 D901
Cargo interior pin 5 Cargo interior pin 5 Cargo interior pin 7 Cargo interior pin 11 Cargo interior pin 11 Cargo interior pin 7 ACH-E

if 7 pin trailer socket if 7 pin trailer socket if 15 pin trailer socket if 15 pin trailer socket
FT FA FT FA
F603 F604
B C D E F G H

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5.5 INSPECTION OF ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

There are two inspection tables:


- Inspection table for signal and voltage
measurements
- inspection table for measuring resistances
and activating components
Explanation of inspection table
The inspection table is divided into a number of
columns.
These columns may contain symbols and/or
abbreviations.

'MEASUREMENT' COLUMN
Symbol/abbreviation Explanation
VAC Measurement of AC voltage
VDC Measurement of DC voltage
A Current measurement 5
 Resistance measurement
% Measurement of duty cycle
Hz Frequency measurement

'MEASUREMENT' COLUMN
Symbol/abbreviation Explanation
* For the readings, see 'Technical data'.
 Open connection

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Inspection table for signal and voltage


measurements
No. Inspection Measure- Ignition + Pin - Pin Reading Note
ment
1 Electronic unit earth VDC ON A7 Battery <0.5 V Switch on as many
connection earth consumers as
possible
2 Power supply before VDC OFF A2 A7 18 - 32 V
contact
3 Power supply after VDC ON A4 A7 18 - 32 V Switch on as many
contact consumers as
possible
4 Signal contact VDC OFF/ON A3 A7 22 - 28 V Measure while
starting vehicle
5 Power supply to starter VDC OFF/ON A1 A7 22 - 28 V Measure while
motor starting vehicle
6 Turn off trailer VDC OFF B2 A7 0V Switch not

5 7
detection signal
Turn off trailer VDC OFF B2 A7 22 - 28 V
operated
Operate switch
detection signal
8 Turn off interior VDC OFF B13 A7 0V Switch not
detection signal operated
9 Turn off interior VDC OFF B13 A7 18 - 32 V Operate switch
detection signal
10 Signal, driver's side VDC OFF B10 A7 18 - 32 V Door opened
door switch
11 Signal, driver's side VDC OFF B10 A7 0V Door closed
door switch
12 Signal, co-driver's side VDC OFF B11 A7 18 - 32 V Door opened
door switch
13 Signal, co-driver's side VDC OFF B11 A7 0V Door closed and
door switch driver's door also
closed
14 Signal from cab heater VDC OFF B9 A7 0V Cab heater off
15 Signal from cab heater VDC OFF B9 A7 18 - 32 V Cab heater
switched on
16 Ultrasonic VDC OFF A10 A7 8 -12 V Alarm switched on
and detection on
the ultrasonic
sensors
17 Ultrasonic VDC OFF A10 A7 8 -12 V Alarm switched on
18 Radar sensor VDC OFF A10 A7 8 -12 V Alarm is going off

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CONTENTS
XF95 ALS-S

Page Date

1. GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . 200821


1.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . 200821
1.2 Location of components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2 . . . . . 200821

2. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 . . . . . 200821


2.1 Operation of alarm system ALS-S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 . . . . . 200821
2.2 Switching the alarm system on and off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5 . . . . . 200821
2.3 Neutral period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5 . . . . . 200821
2.4 Deactivating the cab interior detection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6 . . . . . 200821
2.5 Switching off loadspace detection, superstructure/drawn vehicle . . . . . . . 2-7 . . . . . 200821
2.6 Switching off interior detection when switching on the cab heater . . . . . . 2-8 . . . . . 200821

3. DESCRIPTION OF COMPONENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1 . . . . . 200821


3.1 Electronic unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1 . . . . . 200821
3.2 Ultrasonic detection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2 . . . . . 200821
3.3 Radar sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3 . . . . . 200821
3.4 Horn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4 . . . . . 200821
3.5 Hand-held transmitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5 . . . . . 200821
3.6 Battery set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6 . . . . . 200821
3.7 Cab lock sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.8 Door switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-7 . . . . .
3-8 . . . . .
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4. CONTROL FUNCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1 . . . . . 200821
4.1 Switching on the alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1 . . . . . 200821
4.2 Switching off the alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3 . . . . . 200821
4.3 Alarm system activated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4 . . . . . 200821

5. INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1 . . . . . 200821


5.1 Items requiring special attention . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1 . . . . . 200821
5.2 Electronic unit connection points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2 . . . . . 200821
5.3 Key to block diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4 . . . . . 200821
5.4 Block diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5 . . . . . 200821
5.5 Inspection of electrical system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-9 . . . . . 200821

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1. GENERAL
1.1 INTRODUCTION

This system manual describes the layout,


operation and control of the ALS-S alarm system.
ALS-S stands for 'ALarm System -Scorpion'.

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1.2 LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

F603
D715
D909 F604
D905

F686

6 D911 A510
D910

C836 C835 K101728

Basic code Description Location Note


A510 Emergency battery Under floor plate, co-driver's Only BV3
side
B338 Horn Left, under cab steps
C835 Switch to switch off Next to steering column
interior detection system
C836 Switch to switch off Next to steering column
superstructure/trailer
loadspace detection
D715 LED Centre underside of roof
console
D905 CDS-3 electronic unit Behind the tachograph
D909 Electronic unit, ultrasonic Centre underside of roof
console
D910 Battery charger Under floor plate, co-driver's Only BV3
side
D911 Electronic unit, alarm In the central box
system
F603/F604 Ultrasonic sensors Centre underside of roof
console
F619 Cab tilting sensor Left rear of cab
F686 Radar sensor In the roof cabinet

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2. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
2.1 OPERATION OF ALARM SYSTEM ALS-S

F603/ F604
D909 D715

F686

B338

C835/ C836

B010/G303
6
CDS-3
D905
D911
F619
CAN
network
D
C539 M
St
A

A510
VIC
D900 D899

E514/ E515 DAVIE


+
1

K101743

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Electronic unit ALS-S (D911)


The electronic unit checks and monitors the
control functions of the alarm system.
Depending on the protection class, the unit
monitors the interior and exterior of the cab and
loadspace.
Ultrasonic transmitter (F603) / Ultrasonic
receiver (F604)
These sensors monitor the interior using
ultrasonic waves.
Electronic unit, alarm system, ultrasonic
(D909)
The electronic unit checks and translates the
signals from the ultrasonic sensors.
Alarm system radar sensor (F686)
This sensor monitors the interior using radar
waves.
Electronic unit for central door locking (D905)
The electronic unit checks and monitors the
control functions of the central door locking.

6 Switch for deactivating cab interior detection


(C835)
By operating this switch the interior detection can
be switched off, the exterior detection remains
active in this case.
Switch for deactivating loadspace detection
superstructure/trailer (C836)
By operating this switch the load space detection
for the superstructure/trailer can be switched off;
the vehicle detection remains active in this case.
Control switch for cab tilting (F619)
This switch monitors the condition of the cab lock.
Accessories/ignition/starter switch (C539)
This switch supplies power to the alarm system of
the electronic unit after ignition.
Battery for alarm system (A510)
The battery serves as an emergency power
supply for the electronic unit when the vehicle
voltage drops out. This battery was installed only
with a BV3 or H1 class system (up to week 25,
2004), but with the new B3 and H1 systems (after
week 25, 2004) the battery is not required any
longer. ADR vehicles with a BV3 or H1 class
system (before week 25, 2004) have no battery.
Door switches (E514/E515)
These switches monitor the condition of the door
locks.

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Alarm system LED


The LED indicates the status of the alarm system.
When the alarm system has been activated, the
LED flashes at 3 second intervals.
When the alarm system has been deactivated,
the LED is off.
Note:
The LED flashing code indicates which part of the
alarm system activated the alarm.

Alarm system horn


If a burglary signal is received with the alarm
system activated, the horn will sound. The horn is
equipped with an internal battery.
Starter motor locking relay (B010/G303)
This relay is activated to prevent the motor from
starting.
Note:
The starter motor locking relay is cancelled from
week 25, 2004

CAN network
Via the CAN network, the electronic unit
communicates with other electronic systems in
6
the vehicle.
VIC / DIP (D900/D899)
When the alarm system is being switched on and
off, the VIC unit activates the flashing lights as a
status check for the driver. Via the VIC fault
messages will be sent to the DIP panel (D899).
DAVIE
Communication with DAVIE for diagnostics.
The alarm system is a break-in/theft protection
that reacts to a number of signals. The (input)
signals that can set off the alarm come from
various sensors/switches. In this way, you can
differentiate between exterior and interior
protection.
The exterior protection switches are:
- door switches;
- switch in the tilting mechanism
The interior protection switches are:
- ultrasonic detector
- radar sensor (optional)
When you switch off the ignition, the start
interrupter goes into operation after nine minutes.
When the door is opened, this time is reduced to
60 seconds. The start interruption is achieved by
interrupting the wire to the starter relay. With the
B2 and B3 class systems this function is not
available.

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If a message comes from a sensor or a switch,


the horn will sound and the hazard warning lights
will come on.
The system LED indicates the status of the alarm
system and the alarm memory.
The hand transmitter is used to control the central
door locking. The electronic unit of the central
door locking turns the alarm system on or off. If
the hand transmitter is not working and the alarm
system is switched on, the alarm system can be
turned off by switching on the vehicle ignition.
The immobiliser then receives a signal from the
transponder inside the ignition key and enables
the alarm system via the CAN network. The alarm
system cannot be activated with the ignition key
(immobiliser).

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2.2 SWITCHING THE ALARM SYSTEM ON AND OFF

The alarm system is switched on by pressing


button (1) on the hand transmitter. The hazard
warning lights will be on for three seconds. The 1 2
doors, grille, cab tilting mechanism and the
interior are protected after the neutral period. It is
then impossible to start the vehicle. The system
LED will flash at a slow rate after approx. 50
seconds. The system is now fully operational.
When button (2) is pressed, the system switches
itself off. This is indicated by the hazard warning K101241

lights being activated three times.

2.3 NEUTRAL PERIOD

After the alarm system is switched on, all alarm


circuits are tested automatically. This test is
carried out during the 50-second neutral period.
The system LED flashes rapidly during this 50-
second period. During this neutral period, the
inputs and outputs of the electronic unit are 6
monitored to determine their status, i.e. the
position of switches and sensors. If a fault is
found in one or more alarm circuits, the alarm
system will draw attention to this by emitting a
beep.

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2.4 DEACTIVATING THE CAB INTERIOR DETECTION

If people remain in the vehicle, the alarm system


may only be switched on if the interior protection
is switched off. This avoids unnecessary
sounding of the alarm. The interior protection is
deactivated as follows:
1. Switch the alarm system off.

2. Press the switch for approximately 0.5


seconds so that the interior detection is
switched off.

3. The system LED now lights up for


approximately two seconds.

4. Switch the alarm system on; the interior


detection is now switched off.

K101599

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2.5 SWITCHING OFF LOADSPACE DETECTION, SUPERSTRUCTURE/DRAWN


VEHICLE

If the driver wants to enter the loadspace, the


alarm system may only be turned on if the
loadspace detection is turned off. This avoids
unnecessary sounding of the alarm. The
loadspace detection is deactivated as follows:
Switching off loadspace detection,
superstructure/drawn vehicle
1. Switch the alarm system off.

2. Press the switch (2) for approximately


0.5 seconds so that the interior detection is
switched off.

3. The system LED now lights up for


approximately two seconds.

4. Switch the alarm system on; the loadspace


detection is now switched off.

K101600

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2.6 SWITCHING OFF INTERIOR DETECTION WHEN SWITCHING ON THE CAB


HEATER

When the cab heater is switched on, the


electronic unit alarm system receives a signal
from the cab heater. In this way the interior
detection of the cab is turned off when the alarm
system is switched on. If the cab heater is turned
off again, the alarm system starts monitoring the
interior again after a neutral period of 50 seconds.

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3. DESCRIPTION OF COMPONENTS
3.1 ELECTRONIC UNIT

The electronic unit regulates and controls the


entire system. This electronic unit consists of:
- A microprocessor as the central unit with the
aid of which the unit can communicate with
other parts of the electronic unit.
- A fixed, non-volatile memory (Read Only
Memory), containing a control program for
the specific control operations.
- An electric erasable memory (EEPROM)
which retains its information when the
electronic unit is de-energised.

K100890

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3.2 ULTRASONIC DETECTION

The ultrasonic detection consists of two sensors


(a transmitter and a receiver) and an electronic
unit. The ultrasonic unit sends out, via the
transmitter, a high frequency sound wave with a
frequency of 40 kHz (not audible to people),
which is picked up by the receiver. The receiver
sends this signal to the ultrasonic unit. If the
sound wave is disturbed (even slightly), the
ultrasonic unit receives a different signal from the
one transmitted. The ultrasonic unit now sends a
signal to the electronic unit of the alarm system.
The alarm is now activated (if no radar sensor is
present).
Note:
- When connecting the sensors to the
ultrasonic unit, ensure that the connectors
marked R and T are not confused.
- In the case of vehicles with a sleeper cab
(including curtains) and a BV2/BV3 or H1
alarm system, there will also be a radar
sensor in addition to the ultrasonic detection.
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3.3 RADAR SENSOR

Together with the ultrasonic detector, the radar


sensor forms part of the interior detection. The
radar sensor sends out a radio wave. This wave
rebounds off metal and the detector can pick up
this wave again. The electronic unit of the alarm
system compares the signal from the radar
sensor with the signal from the ultrasonic unit. If
the two signals indicate a disturbance, the alarm
is activated. If one of the two signals indicates a
disturbance, the alarm is not activated.
Advantages of the radar sensor are: the radar
sensor does not react to air currents and works
through plastic, so that it can be hidden in the roof
cabinet or behind the roof trim.
A disadvantage of the radar sensor is: the radar
sensor also detects through glass.
Note:
The detection does not go through metal. Bear
this in mind when later fitting a carphone, for
example.
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3.4 HORN

The horn is connected with three wires: a power


supply, an earth and a control wire. If the alarm
system is switched on, the electronic unit puts a
signal on the control wire. In this way, the horn
switches on the sabotage protection. If one of the
three connections is then broken or the supply to
the electronic unit is suddenly interrupted, the
horn will work off its internal battery. If the battery
pole of the vehicle or the horn must be uncoupled
without the horn being activated, this can be
carried out after the alarm is switched off.

K100895

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3.5 HAND-HELD TRANSMITTER

The hand-held transmitters belong to the Central


Door locking System (CDS-3). By locking or
unlocking the door(s) the CDS-3 unit sends a 1 2
signal to the ALS-S unit to switch on or off the
alarm, this means that a vehicle with ALS-S must
also have the Central Door locking System
(CDS-3).
The hand-held transmitters have two buttons.
When one of the buttons is operated, the LED on
the hand-held transmitter comes on. Button (1) is K101241

used to lock the doors and button (2) is used to


unlock the driver's door.

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3.6 BATTERY SET

With BV3/H1 systems, an extra battery set must


be fitted. This provides a power supply to the
electronic unit (D911) if the vehicle electrical
system fails.

Note:
- This battery set may not be used in the case
of a vehicle equipped to transport dangerous
goods.
- No battery set is available in the B3 and H1
class vehicles, production date  25-2004
(chassis number 0E646817).

The battery set is connected to the vehicle


electrical system. The electronics ensure that the
built-in battery can only be charged by the battery K100892
charger when the engine is running.

Note:
If the vehicle electrical system fails (e.g. due to
6 the battery cable being removed), the horn will go
off. Power is supplied to the horn by an internal
battery. The horn then operates with a voltage of
12V.

K100894

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3.7 CAB LOCK SENSOR

The sensor of the cab locking system reacts to


tilting of the cab. The sensor is located on the
driver's side in the cab locking system. When the
cab is in the tilted-back position, a piece of metal AC000284
moves into the magnetic field of the sensor.
When the cab is tilted, there is no metal in the
magnetic field of the sensor; as a result, the
sensor applies power to the electronic unit.

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3.8 DOOR SWITCHES

The alarm system uses the standard door


switches located to left and right in the
dashboard. When the door is opened, a 24-V
supply is connected to the relevant pin on the
electronic unit.

+
1

6
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4. CONTROL FUNCTIONS
4.1 SWITCHING ON THE ALARM

1000

E023

4660
1127

E571 2 3
D905/D916 D871
CDS-3

4980
ACH-E DVB
2
7
D901
ACH-E
9
3647

5117

5117
A2 B16 B9 B9

ALS-S D911
B2 B13 A8 A9 A7 6
3657

2003

3652
3656

1 7 1 7 D23 C36
D900
VIC
5 5

K101741

When the alarm is switched on, the electronic unit


of the alarm system sends various signals to the
VIC. This is because the VIC is responsible for
controlling the hazard warning lights. From
connection point A8, a blocking voltage (situation A
A) is sent to connection point D23 of the VIC for 3
seconds. From connection point A9, for the same
period of time, a blocking voltage at a frequency
of 5 Hz (situation B) is applied to connection point
C36 of the VIC. Due to these two signals, the VIC B
will cause the hazard warning lights to come on
for 3 seconds (situation C).

C
K101509

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Switching on the alarm with the interior


detection system switched off
If spring-loaded switch C835 is operated before
the alarm system is activated, a supply voltage is
applied to connection point B13 of alarm unit
D911. If this signal is there for over 0.5 seconds,
the alarm unit, when switched on, will ignore the
interior detection system. The interior detection
system will function normallly when the alarm is
switched off en then on again.
Switching on the alarm in combination with
cab heater
If the cab heater is switched on and the alarm
system is activated, a supply voltage will be
applied to connection point B9 of alarm unit
D911, coming from unit D871 for air cab heater or
D901 for water cab heater (if switch E571 is
operated); the alarm unit will now ignore the
interior detection sensors. Power will no longer
supplied to B9 when the cab heater is switched
off. After a neutral period of 50 seconds the alarm
unit will re-activate the interior detection sensors.
If the cab heater is switched on but not active, the
6 interior detection system will operate normally
until the heater comes on again.
Switching on the alarm with loadspace
detection superstructure/trailer deactivated.
If switch C836 is operated before the alarm
system is activated, a supply voltage is applied to
connection point B2 of alarm unit D911. If this
signal is there for over 0.5 seconds, the alarm
unit, when switched on, will ignore the loadspace
detection system.

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4.2 SWITCHING OFF THE ALARM

1000

E023
1127

D905/D916
CDS-3
2
3647

A2 B16

ALS-S D911
A8 A9 A7

6
2003

3652

D23 C36
D900
VIC

K101739

When the alarm is switched off, the electronic unit


of the alarm system sends various signals to the
VIC. This is because the VIC is responsible for
controlling the hazard warning lights. From
connection point A8, a blocking voltage (situation A
A) is sent to connection point D23 of the VIC for 3
seconds. From connection point A9, for the same
period of time, a blocking voltage at a frequency
of 1.25 Hz (situation B) is applied to connection
point C36 of the VIC. Due to these two signals, B
the VIC will cause the hazard warning lights to
flash 3 times (situation C).

C
K101510

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4.3 ALARM SYSTEM ACTIVATED

1000

E023
1127

2
B338
1 3
1264

3653

3480

A2 A6 B3 A5

ALS-S D911
A8 A9 A7

6
2003

3652

D23 C36
D900
VIC

K101740

If the alarm system is switched on and the alarm


T1 T2 T1
goes off, the electronic unit of the alarm system
applies a supply voltage via connection point B3
to connection point 1 of the siren; as a result the
siren will be activated. Also, the unit will apply a A8
supply voltage to connection point D23 of the VIC
via connection point A8 for 29 seconds (T1). As a
result, the VIC activates the hazard warning lights
at a frequency of 1.5 Hz (situation C). After 29 VIC
seconds (T1), the power supply to connection
point D23 of the VIC and connection point 1 of the
siren ceases. As a result, the hazard warning
lights stop flashing and the siren no longer B3
sounds. The procedure is repeated after a K101737
5-second pause (T2)|.

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5. INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT


5.1 ITEMS REQUIRING SPECIAL ATTENTION

1. Always turn off the ignition before removing


or fitting a connector. 5
2. To avoid damaging the connector
connections, the measurements and
through-connections must be made on the
rear side of the connector.
3. Use a 'fuse-protected' wire when making a
through-connection.
4. Always check the power supply and earth
connections of the electronic unit first.
5. Variations in measurements may mean that
measured values differ slightly from those
specified. W502002

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5.2 ELECTRONIC UNIT CONNECTION POINTS

A B
1 10 1 19

3 12 3 21

K100897

6 Connection
point
Wire number Function

A1 4004A Input signal, ignition lock (start position)


A2 1127 Power supply before contact
A3 4004B Output signal to starter motor
A4 1234 or 1381 Power supply after contact
A5 3480 Earth, horn
A6 1264 Power supply, horn/proximity switch/system LED
A7 9132 Earth
A8 2003 Signal to VIC to activate hazard warning lights
A9 3652 Signal to VIC to activate hazard warning lights
A10 3651 Power supply, ultrasonic unit/radar sensor/connector loadspace
detection superstructure/drawn vehicle
A11 3650 Input signal, ultrasonic unit
A12 3649 Earth, ultrasonic unit/radar sensor/connector loadspace
detection superstructure/drawn vehicle

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Connection Wire number Function


point
B1 Not in use
B2 3657 Input signal, switch for switching off loadspace detection
superstructure/drawn vehicle
B3 3653 Alarm system horn control signal
B4 3660 Alarm, superstructure/drawn vehicle
B5 3479 Input signal, sensor for cab locking alarm system
B6 3659 Alarm, superstructure/drawn vehicle
B7 3654 Input signal, radar sensor
B8 Not in use
B9 5117 Input signal, cab heater
B10 2647 Input signal, door switch, driver's side
B11 2600 Input signal, door switch, co-driver's side
B12 Not in use
B13 3658 Input signal, switch for switching off interior detection
B14 3482 Input signal, LED alarm system
B15
B16
3646
3647
Input/output signal, diagnostic connector
Input signal, central door locking (CDS-3)
6
B17 Not in use
B18 Not in use
B19 Not in use
B20 3700K CAN-L communication port
B21 3701K CAN-H communication port

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5.3 KEY TO BLOCK DIAGRAM

Basic code Description


A001 Rear fog lamp/reversing lamp socket (7-pin)
A021 Diagnostic socket (16-pin)
A058 Trailer socket (15-pin)
A070 Application connector, superstructure (8-pin)
A510 Battery, alarm system
B010 Starter motor
B338 Alarm system horn
C539 Accessories/ignition/starter switch
C778 Switch, cab heater
C835 Switch to switch off interior detection system
C836 Switch to switch off superstructure/trailer loadspace detection
D715 Alarm system LED
D783 Interior lighting diode, driver's side
D791 Door switch diode
6 D792 Door switch diode
D871 Electronic unit, cab heater
D900 VIC electronic unit
D901 Electronic unit for Hydronic 10 cab heater
D905 Electronic unit for CDS
D909 Electronic unit for ultrasonic alarm system
D910 Electronic unit for battery charger
D911 Electronic unit, alarm system (ALS-S)
E023 Fuse, alarm system
E028 Cab interior lighting fuse
E053 Fuse for diagnostic connector (16-pin)
E143 Fuse, alarm system
E351 Fuse, various electrical systems
E514 Operating switch for stepwell/interior lighting on driver's side
E515 Operating switch for stepwell/interior lighting on co-driver's side
E571 Control switch for Hydronic 10 cab heater
F603 Transmitter, ultrasonic
F604 Receiver, ultrasonic
F619 Cab locking sensor, alarm system
F686 Alarm system, radar sensor
G185 Interrupter relay starting circuit
G303 Starter motor locking relay
G426 Relay contact

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5.4 BLOCK DIAGRAM

Block diagram E502078 applies to:


- model XF95, production date <2004-25
(chassis number <0E646817)
Explanation of block diagram
A: If alarm system BV3 or H1 present.
B: If alarm system BV2 present.
C: If loadspace detection superstructure/
drawn vehicle present.
D: If alarm system BV2 or BV3 present.
E: If loadspace detection superstructure/
drawn vehicle present.
F: If air cab heater present.
G: If radar sensor alarm system present.
H: If water cab heater present.
I: If AS Tronic present.

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Cobin tilt
1000 1010 1000 1000 1010 start lock
87 switch Alarm
diagnosis power supply
2 1 1
+ 1
Connector
Siren
XF95 ALS-S

1 2
1 3 2 4 8 2 1 2 4 6

1234
1211
2

1107
9107
1229
1107
1 2

1264
4 2 3 1 1
Inspection and adjustment

Battery
charger 2 2
5 6
Door Door
switch switch
driver co-driver

5163
5162
- +

Battery 1 2

1127
1381
2647
2600
3653
3480
3479
3482
3646
4004

1264
A2 A4 B10 B11 A6 B3 A5 B5 B14 B15 A3

ALS-S

B2 B13 B20 B21 B9 B9 A8 A9 B16 B6 B4 A11 A12 A10 B7 A7 A1 A1

5117
5117
3652

3657
3656
2003
3660
3659

3647
3650
3651
4004
4004

3649
3654

CAN-L
CAN-H
DVB

4660

3700K
3701K
1

30 30
2 3
1 7 1 7 7 D23 C36 C13 2 2 5 6 1 6 7 5 8 10 11 12 4 2 1 3 3 1 2
CAN

4980
network ACH-E VIC CDS-3
5 5
9
Trailer door Door / Interior Trailer
ACH-E Trailer interior connector
FT/FA FA ADR
Interior Alarm
Exclusion on/off

Ultrasonic Ultrasonic
Sensor Left Sensor Right

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Block diagram E502069 applies to:


- model XF95, production date 2004-25
(chassis number 0E646817)
Model XF95, production date 2004-25 (chassis
number 0E646817)
- Start interrupter cancelled on pin A1 and A3
- Emergency voltage battery is no longer
there.
- Distribution 7 and 15-pin trailer connector
Explanation of block diagram
A: If loadspace detection superstructure/
drawn vehicle present.
B: If loadspace detection superstructure/
drawn vehicle present. FT 7-pin connector
C: If loadspace detection superstructure/
drawn vehicle present. FA 7-pin connector
D: If loadspace detection superstructure/
drawn vehicle present. FT 15-pin
connector
E: If loadspace detection superstructure/
drawn vehicle present. FA 15-pin

F:
connector
If radar sensor alarm system present. 6
G: If air cab heater present.
H: If water cab heater present.

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5-8
A
+
1000 1000 Alarm 1010
87 diagnosis
G426 connector
E023 E028 E053
XF95 ALS-S

A021
8 2 1

1234
1107
9107
1229
E351 VIC CDS-3
CAN
D900 D905
network
Inspection and adjustment

D23 C36 C13 2


1 1
Interior Cabin Lock Cargo
exclusion Siren Switch exclusion
E514 2 E515 2
D715 1 5 7 2 1 5 7
blue

Switch Switch
yellow

B338 F619 driver passenger


2
1 C835 3 1 2 4 1 C836 door door

D783
3700K
3701K

9132
9132
M M 1 2
CAN-L
CAN-H
2003
3652
3647

1127
1381
2647
2600
3646

3657

3482
3658
3653
3479
A2 B14 B13 B3 B5 B2 A4 B10 B11 B15 B20 B21 A8 A9 B16

ALS-S D911

A7 B6 B4 A11 A12 A10 B7 B9 B9


5117
5117

3660

9132
3659
3650
3651
3649
3654

DVB
4660

M M M M M M
E571 2 3
2 5 6 1 2 5 6 1 6 7 5 8 10 11 12 4 10 11 12 4 6 7 5 8 2 1 3 3 1 2 7
A001 A001 A070 A058 A058 A070 D909 F686 D871
Ultrasonic
4980

ACH-E
Sensor ECU Radar Sensor
M 9
Cargo door pin 2 Cargo door pin 2 Cargo door pin 6 Cargo door pin 10 Cargo door pin 1 Cargo door pin 6 D901
Cargo interior pin 5 Cargo interior pin 5 Cargo interior pin 7 Cargo interior pin 11 Cargo interior pin 11 Cargo interior pin 7 ACH-E

if 7 pin trailer socket if 7 pin trailer socket if 15 pin trailer socket if 15 pin trailer socket
FT FA FT FA
F603 F604
B C D E F G H

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5.5 INSPECTION OF ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

There are two inspection tables:


- Inspection table for signal and voltage
measurements
- inspection table for measuring resistances
and activating components
Explanation of inspection table
The inspection table is divided into a number of
columns.
These columns may contain symbols and/or
abbreviations.

'MEASUREMENT' COLUMN
Symbol/abbreviation Explanation
VAC Measurement of AC voltage
VDC Measurement of DC voltage
A Current measurement
 Resistance measurement
% Measurement of duty cycle
Hz Frequency measurement 6
'MEASUREMENT' COLUMN
Symbol/abbreviation Explanation
* For the readings, see 'Technical data'.
 Open connection

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Inspection table for signal and voltage


measurements
No. Inspection Measure- Ignition + Pin - Pin Reading Note
ment
1 Electronic unit earth VDC ON A7 Battery <0.5 V Switch on as many
connection earth consumers as
possible
2 Power supply before VDC OFF A2 A7 18 - 32 V
contact
3 Power supply after VDC ON A4 A7 18 - 32 V Switch on as many
contact consumers as
possible
4 Signal contact VDC OFF/ON A3 A7 22 - 28 V Measure while
starting vehicle
5 Power supply to starter VDC OFF/ON A1 A7 22 - 28 V Measure while
motor starting vehicle
6 Turn off trailer VDC OFF B2 A7 0V Switch not
detection signal operated
7 Turn off trailer VDC OFF B2 A7 22 - 28 V Operate switch
detection signal

6 8 Turn off interior


detection signal
VDC OFF B13 A7 0V Switch not
operated
9 Turn off interior VDC OFF B13 A7 18 - 32 V Operate switch
detection signal
10 Signal, driver's side VDC OFF B10 A7 18 - 32 V Door opened
door switch
11 Signal, driver's side VDC OFF B10 A7 0V Door closed
door switch
12 Signal, co-driver's side VDC OFF B11 A7 18 - 32 V Door opened
door switch
13 Signal, co-driver's side VDC OFF B11 A7 0V Door closed and
door switch driver's door also
closed
14 Signal from cab heater VDC OFF B9 A7 0V Cab heater off
15 Signal from cab heater VDC OFF B9 A7 18 - 32 V Cab heater
switched on
16 Ultrasonic VDC OFF A10 A7 8 -12 V Alarm switched on
and detection on
the ultrasonic
sensors
17 Ultrasonic VDC OFF A10 A7 8 -12 V Alarm switched on
18 Radar sensor VDC OFF A10 A7 8 -12 V Alarm is going off

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