Talon Deployment Notification Alarm

The Deployment Notification Alarm Wire is a green wire that comes from the Power Cable and, when installed, is used to sound an alarm, when the Ignition Switch is turned to the "on" position with the Talon deployed. When connected and the Talon is properly stowed, no tone will be emitted when the Ignition Switch is turned "on".

Adjusting the Audible Alarm

The Talon audible alarm is pre-set and cannot be adjusted.

Connecting the Deployment Notification Alarm

The Deployment Notification Alarm is usually connected when installing the Talon. If you are connecting it after the Talon is installed, follow the steps below. 

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  1. The optional Deployment Notification Alarm will be connected to the side of the 12 volt Ignition Switch that lacks power when the switch is turned "off". Use a voltmeter to determine where this connection exists. You may need to turn the Ignition Switch "on" and "off" to verify this connection with the voltmeter. 12 volts should be present at the connection when the ignition switch is turned to the "on" position and no voltage should be present when the switch is turned to the "off" position.
  2. Next determine if the Deployment Notification Alarm Wire is long enough to reach the intended
    connection. If additional wire is needed, use a wire that is no smaller that 12 AWG.
  3. Be sure that the Ignition Switch is turned to the "off" position. Cut off the sealed end of the green Deployment Notification Alarm Wire on the Power Cable and splice it to the 12 AWG minimum gauge wire, or if there is enough slack in the wire, directly to the switched side of the Ignition Switch that was just tested. Use an adhesive filled heat shrink to waterproof and secure the splice.
  4. If an additional wire was used, close the final connection between the Ignition Switch and the
    additional 12 AWG wire and seal with an adhesive filled heat shrink.
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