Scorpio SR-i800 Alarm - Installation

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I installed this alarm in my new bike. All the modules fit in the cavity of the tail section, found after lifting the rear seat.


Motorcycle
Honda NC750-S (Canada)

Alarm
Maker: Scorpio
Model: SR-i800

Modules
MCM = Main control unit
RFID = Microwave proximity sensor
SN-5 = Tilt sensor
RID5 = Ignition disable relay
ANT = Antenna, tailed to MCM

Remote
FOB = Key fob, remote transceiver

Connection
MCM = Main control unit
1) Rear left turn signal (+ only).
2) Rear rght turn signal (+ only).
3) Rear license plate (+ & - ).
4) Battery positive term (+ only).
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RID5 = Ignition disable relay
5) Side stand detection
 

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SN-5 is a perimeter sensor, not a tilt sensor. The tilt sensor is built in the MCM. It must be placed in the middle of the bike to fully cover it (especially the bar IMHO).

The ideal position is in beneath the seat but you can't place it there because it will break by the rider's weight.
 

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Also the RID-5 is not necessary because of the HISS. Also in case of alarm's fault it can immobilize the bike when you don"t want! (Even worst when you ride it). It's nice for older bikes that don't have any immobilizer.
 

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And finally, note the higher consumption of the SN-5. You must check the battery more frequently if don't like surprises...
 

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Thanks for all the corrections.

On my previous bike, I connected the RID5 to the side-stand sensor. This was an easy way to allow the relay to immobilize the bike.

The Canadian version of NC does not include HISS. Oh shame! On my new Honda, I was too lazy to install the RID5.

I had previously measured the current drain on the entire setup. It was under 5 mA.

I did add a shut-off switch to the modules 'hot-positive' lead. This is when the bike is put in storage. Although, at that time, the bike is also placed on continuous trickle charger.

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Modules, used
MCM = Main control unit (with Tilt sensor)
RFID = Sensor for remote control
SN-5 = Microwave proximity sensor
ANT = Antenna, tailed to MCM

Modules, skip
RID5 = Ignition disable relay
 
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Hello skeleton, I am installing a different alarm but on the same motorbike, I am using only the motion alarm without the immobiliser.
I am having trouble using the turning light to switch on when arming/disarming the alarm, I have connected the cable to the light blue and orange cables of the rear signal lights but for some reasons they don't want to work.
With a multimeter, I tested the wires from the alarm, and when triggered is giving voltage on the lights cables.

Thanks for the help.
 

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Hi to all
Since I install a Scorpio Motorcycle Alarm I would like to share my install here to benefit others as well if they buy the same.

make: Scorpio
Model: SRX-900

Connection
1-Red wire of the module + terminal battery
2-White wire with the blue ring of the module to the - terminal battery
3-White wire with the Quick connector to a 12 volt switched source ( hot 12v when the ignition is on and zero volts when off) this would be black cable w/blue line the is the 12v going to the license plate light power wire that it is located on a harness on the top of the battery to the left, you have to look for it puling the hardness a little bit to see the wires.

Extra part
SN-5 Perimeter Sensor this active's the alarm if someone goes near you're bike. This install to the Module plug and play.
In the photos you can see this item install on top of the battery with double tape.


Location
I install it in the front right side firings, as you can see in the photos.
 

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