Omega R & D Comprehensive Transmitter Programming Guide
Phone: 800.554.4053 Web: www.caralarm.com

SELECT YOUR SYSTEM/TRANSMITTER FROM THE CHART TO DETERMINE WHICH PROGRAMMING
METHOD TO USE. THEN FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR YOUR PROGRAMMING METHOD.
NOTE: MOST SYSTEMS MADE SINCE 1999 USE METHOD #1


Brand On Transmitter Case System Model Programming Method
Crime Guard 150i6 1
Crime Guard 150i8 1
Crime Guard 328i 2
Crime Guard 328i2 6
Crime Guard 328i3 6
Crime Guard 328i4 1
Crime Guard 350i5 1
Crime Guard 5000 7
Crime Guard 5000-C 2
Crime Guard 5000-F 7
Crime Guard 5000-L 7
Crime Guard 533i 2
Crime Guard 533i2 6
Crime Guard 533i3 6
Crime Guard 533i4 1
Crime Guard 550i6 1
Crime Guard 650i5 1
Crime Guard 650i6 1
Crime Guard 650i7 1
Crime Guard 7000 7
Crime Guard 745i 1
Crime Guard 745i2 6
Crime Guard 745i3 6
Crime Guard 745i4 1
Crime Guard 750i5 1
Crime Guard 750i6 1
Crime Guard 750i7 1
Crime Guard 810i6 1
Crime Guard 830i6 1
Crime Guard 830i7 1
Crime Guard 830i8 1
Crime Guard 850i3 1
Crime Guard 850i4 1
Crime Guard 850i4E 1
Crime Guard 850i5 1
Crime Guard 9000 7
Brand On Transmitter Case System Model Programming Method
Excalibur AL-1000 ATV 1
Excalibur AL-1000 ATV2 1
Excalibur AL-1000 SH 1
Excalibur AL-1000 SX 2
Excalibur AL-1000-E 1
Excalibur AL-1000-EDP 1
Excalibur AL-1010-EDP 1
Excalibur AL-1500-E 1
Excalibur AL-1500-EDP 1
Excalibur AL-1510-EDP 1
Excalibur AL-1620-EDP 1
Excalibur AL-1630-EDPB 1
Excalibur AL-1650-EDPB 1
Excalibur AL-1750-EDPB 1
Excalibur AL-1810-EDP 1
Excalibur AL-1820-EDP 1
Excalibur AL-1830-EDPB 1
Excalibur AL-1850-EDPB 1
Excalibur AL-1851-EDPB 1
Excalibur AL-1855-EDPB 1
Excalibur AL-1920-EDP 1
Excalibur AL-1950-EDPB 1
Excalibur AL-2000-E 1
Excalibur AL-2000-EDP 1
Excalibur AL-2020-EDP 1
Excalibur AL-2030-EDPB 1
Excalibur AL-2050-EDPB 1
Excalibur AL-500 1
Excalibur AL-500 SPORT 1
Excalibur AL-500CF 1
Excalibur AL-700 ATV 1
Excalibur AL-700 EX 7
Excalibur AL-700 EZ 7
Excalibur AL-700 GT 7
Excalibur AL-700 H 1
Excalibur AL-700 LC 7
Excalibur AL-800 7
Excalibur AL-900 ATV 1
Excalibur AL-900 ATV2 1
Excalibur AL-900 ATX 7
Excalibur AL-900 ATZ 7
Excalibur AL-900 GTX 7
Excalibur AL-900 HX 1
Excalibur AL-900 JX 2
Excalibur ATV-1000 1
Excalibur EXCAL-500+ 1
Excalibur RS-210-DP 1
Excalibur RS-22 1
Excalibur RS-230-DPB 1
Excalibur RS-240-DP 1
Excalibur RS-250-EDPB 1
Excalibur RS-251-EDP 1
Excalibur RS-255-EDP+ 1
Excalibur RS-310 1
Excalibur RS-310-EDP 1
Excalibur RS-320-EDP 1
Excalibur RS-330-E 1
Excalibur RS-330-EDP 1
Excalibur RS-330-EDPB 1
Excalibur RS-340-EDP 1
Excalibur RS-340-EDP+ 1
Excalibur RS-350-EDP 1
Excalibur RS-350-EDP+ 1
Excalibur RS-350-EDPB 1
Excalibur RS-351-EDP 1
Excalibur RS-450-EDP+ 1
Brand On Transmitter Case System Model Programming Method
Excalibur Gold EG-1200ATV 1
Excalibur Gold EG-1400ATV 1
Excalibur Gold EG-1600ATV 1
Excalibur Gold EG-1600ATV 1
Excalibur Gold EG-1800ATV 1
Excalibur Gold EG-1800ATV 1
Brand On Transmitter Case System Model Programming Method
Executive/Model One E-2100 4
Executive/Model One E-2100ATV 4
Executive/Model One E-2300 4
Executive/Model One E-2300ATV 4
Executive/Model One E-2500 4
Executive/Model One E-2500ATV 4
Executive/Model One E-3000 4
Executive/Model One E-3000ATV 4
Executive/Model One Model #1 3
Executive/Model One Model #1.1 3
Executive/Model One Model #1.2 3
Executive/Model One Model #1.3 1
Executive/Model One Model #1.7RS 3
Executive/Model One Model #1ATV 3
Executive/Model One Model #2ATV 3
Executive/Model One Model 1.2 3
Brand On Transmitter Case System Model Programming Method
Freedom/FBI 140la 1
Freedom/FBI 140LA+ 1
Freedom/FBI 150 1
Freedom/FBI 150-E 1
Freedom/FBI 410 4
Freedom/FBI 411 4
Freedom/FBI 450 1
Freedom/FBI 515 5
Freedom/FBI 517 4
Freedom/FBI 550-CF 1
Freedom/FBI 550-SPORT 1
Freedom/FBI 650 1
Freedom/FBI Freedom 200 1
Freedom/FBI Freedom 200+ 1
Freedom/FBI Freedom 200+2 1
Freedom/FBI Freedom 200+P 1
Freedom/FBI Freedom 300 1
Freedom/FBI Freedom 300 ATV 1
Freedom/FBI Freedom 400 5
Freedom/FBI Freedom 410 5
Freedom/FBI Freedom 411 5
Freedom/FBI Freedom 411 ATV 5
Freedom/FBI Freedom 500 1
Freedom/FBI Freedom 515 4
Freedom/FBI Freedom 517 4
Freedom/FBI FREEDOM-550 1
Brand On Transmitter Case System Model Programming Method
Generic (No Brand Name) AL-1500-EDP 1
Generic (No Brand Name) AL-532T 3
Generic (No Brand Name) AL-632-H 1
Generic (No Brand Name) AL-632-L 7
Generic (No Brand Name) AL-732LC 7
Generic (No Brand Name) AL-770 7
Generic (No Brand Name) AL-770GT 7
Generic (No Brand Name) AL-770-L 7
Generic (No Brand Name) AL-770LC 7
Generic (No Brand Name) AL-790 7
Generic (No Brand Name) AL-790D 7
Generic (No Brand Name) AL-832 7
Generic (No Brand Name) AU-REC-1 7
Generic (No Brand Name) AU-REC-1LC 7
Generic (No Brand Name) AU-REC-2 7
Generic (No Brand Name) AU-REC-2ATV 1
Generic (No Brand Name) AU-REC-2LC 7
Generic (No Brand Name) AU-REC-4 (T) 7
Generic (No Brand Name) AU-REC-6 ATV 4
Generic (No Brand Name) AU-REC-6S 4
Generic (No Brand Name) AU-REC-7 ATV 4
Generic (No Brand Name) AU-REC-7ST 4
Generic (No Brand Name) C-2 1
Generic (No Brand Name) C-2+ 1
Generic (No Brand Name) C-2+2 1
Generic (No Brand Name) C-2+P 1
Generic (No Brand Name) C-3 1
Generic (No Brand Name) C-3 ATV 1
Generic (No Brand Name) C-4SRS 3
Generic (No Brand Name) C-5 1
Generic (No Brand Name) C-5+ 1
Generic (No Brand Name) C-514 4
Generic (No Brand Name) C-515G 4
Generic (No Brand Name) C-6 1
Generic (No Brand Name) COMFORT START 1
Generic (No Brand Name) MC-1 1
Generic (No Brand Name) MERCURY 1
Generic (No Brand Name) MERCURY 2 1
Generic (No Brand Name) MERCURY-SS 1
Generic (No Brand Name) REC-10 3
Generic (No Brand Name) REC-11 3
Generic (No Brand Name) REC-12 1
Generic (No Brand Name) REC-8 3
Generic (No Brand Name) REC-9 3
Generic (No Brand Name) RS-7K 1
Generic (No Brand Name) RS-7K2 1
Generic (No Brand Name) SYSTEM-25 1
Brand On Transmitter Case System Model Programming Method
K-9 140LA 1
K-9 140LA 1
K-9 150-D 1
K-9 150D-LA 1
K-9 150-E 1
K-9 160LA 1
K-9 170LA 1
K-9 CLASSIC-E 1
K-9 CLASSIC-EDP 1
K-9 CLASSIC-EDP2 1
K-9 CLASSIC-EDP2-ECHO 1
K-9 ECLIPSE 1
K-9 FIVE T 1
K-9 K9-5 CLASSIC 1
K-9 K9-CLASSIC 1
K-9 K9-FIVE 7
K-9 K9-FIVE ATV 1
K-9 K9-FIVE C 2
K-9 K9-FIVE F 7
K-9 K9-FIVE L 7
K-9 K9-FOUR 7
K-9 K9-MUNDIAL 1
K-9 K9-MUNDIAL2 1
K-9 K9-MUNDIAL3 1
K-9 K9-MUNDIAL4 1
K-9 K9-MUNDIAL5 1
K-9 K9-ONE 7
K-9 K9-ONE ATV 5
K-9 K9-SEVEN 7
K-9 K9-SEVEN GT 7
K-9 K9-SEVEN L 7
K-9 K9-SEVEN LC 7
K-9 K9-SIX 7
K-9 K9-SIX ATV 1
K-9 K9-SIX ATV2 1
K-9 K9-SIX ATVS (Early Model) 1
K-9 K9-SIX ATVS (Late Model) 1
K-9 K9-SIX C 2
K-9 K9-SIX CP 7
K-9 K9-SIX DIP 7
K-9 K9-SIX H 1
K-9 K9-SIX L 7
K-9 MUNDIAL-NSLA+ 1
K-9 MUNDIAL-SS 1
K-9 MUNDIAL-SS+ 1
K-9 MUNDIAL-SS-LA 1
K-9 MUNDIAL-SSR-LA 1
K-9 MUNDIAL-SST 1
K-9 MUNDIAL-SSX 1
K-9 SOL 1
K-9 SUPER MUNDIAL 1
K-9 TWO 7
K-9 TWO C 2
Brand On Transmitter Case System Model Programming Method
M.A.T. FIVE T 1
M.A.T. M.A.T.-10ATV 1
M.A.T. M.A.T.-10SH 1
M.A.T. M.A.T.-10SX 2
M.A.T. M.A.T.-5 7
M.A.T. M.A.T.-5 ATV 1
M.A.T. M.A.T.-5C 2
M.A.T. M.A.T.-5F 7
M.A.T. M.A.T.-5L 7
M.A.T. M.A.T.-6 7
M.A.T. M.A.T.-6 ATV 1
M.A.T. M.A.T.-6 DIP 7
M.A.T. M.A.T.-6C 2
M.A.T. M.A.T.-6H 1
M.A.T. M.A.T.-6L 7
M.A.T. M.A.T.-7EX 7
M.A.T. M.A.T.-7EZ 7
M.A.T. M.A.T.-7L 7
M.A.T. M.A.T.-8 7
M.A.T. M.A.T.-9ATX 7
M.A.T. M.A.T.-9ATZ 7
M.A.T. M.A.T.-9GT 7
M.A.T. M.A.T.-9LCX 7
Brand On Transmitter Case System Model Programming Method
MARS MARS-11 1
MARS MARS-11+ 1
MARS MARS-22 1
MARS MARS-22+ 1
MARS MARS-32 1
MARS MARS-32+ 1
MARS MARS-33 1


METHOD #1 - Key on, valet 5 times
Before you begin, your system must be in a disarmed state and you must know where your valet switch is located. If you are unfamiliar with your valet switch, click here. If you know where your valet switch is, perform the following steps:

1) Turn the vehicle's ignition to the "on" position

2) Within 7 seconds of step 1, press the valet switch 5 times. The alarm should respond with a long siren chirp.

3) Press the large/ lock button on your remote (for Freedom 500, C-5, and K9 Mundial2, press 2nd or 3rd channel. For MARS-22, press Lock & Unlock at the same time). The alarm should respond with a short siren chirp.

4) Repeat step 3 for each additional remote that is to operate the system (up to 4 remotes).

Note: the system will automatically exit programming mode if it detects a 15 second period of no activity.



METHOD #2 - Key on, valet 5, each tx button
Before you begin, your system must be in a disarmed state and you must know where your valet switch is located. If you are unfamiliar with your valet switch, click here. If you know where your valet switch is, perform the following steps:

1) Turn the vehicle's ignition to the "on" position

2) Within 7 seconds of step 1, press the valet switch 5 times. The alarm should respond with a long siren chirp.

One Button Remote:

3) Press the button on your remote. The alarm should respond with a short siren chirp.

4) Press the valet switch one time.

5) Proceed to step 6.

Two button remote
:

3) Press the large button on our remote. The alarm should respond with a short siren chirp.

4) Press both buttons at the same time. The alarm should respond with 2 short siren chirps

5) Press the small button on your remote. The alarm should respond with 3 short siren chirps.


Three button remote:

3) Press the large button on your remote. The alarm should respond with a short siren chirp.

4) Press the small right button on your remote. The alarm should respond with 2 short siren chirps.

5) Press the small left button on your remote. The alarm should respond with 3 short siren chirps.

6) Repeat steps 3-5 for each additional remote that you wish to operate your system (up to 4 remotes).

Note: the system will automatically exit programming mode if it detects a 15 second period of no activity.



METHOD #3 - Key on, Valet 5, pin code
Before you begin, your system must be in a disarmed state and you must know where your valet switch is located. If you are unfamiliar with your valet switch, click here. If you know where your valet switch is, perform the following steps:

1) Turn the vehicle's ignition to the "on" position

2) Within 7 seconds of step 1, press the valet switch 5 times. The alarm should respond with a long siren chirp.

3) Press the valet switch to enter your secret override code. If a code has never been programmed, press the valet switch one time. The alarm should respond with a long siren chirp.

4) Press the large/ lock button on your remote. The alarm should respond with a short siren chirp.

5) Repeat step 4 for each additional remote that is to operate the system (up to 4 remotes).

Note: the system will automatically exit programming mode if it detects a 15 second period of no activity.



METHOD #4 - Key on 5 times
Before you begin, your system must be in a disarmed state.

Perform the following steps:

1) Turn the vehicle's ignition from "off" to "on" 5 times within 7 seconds. The system should respond with a horn honk or the doorlocks will lock then unlock.

2) Press the large/ lock button on your remote. The system should respond with a short horn honk or the doorlocks will lock then unlock.

3) Repeat step 2 for each additional remote that is to operate the system (up to 4 remotes).

Note: the system will automatically exit programming mode if it detects a 15 second period of no activity.


METHOD #5 - Power up, press tx
This type of alarm automatically enters transmitter programming mode upon power up. Before you begin, make sure that all points of entry (doors, trunk, hood) are closed. If there is a hood pin switch, have a friend hold it down or temporarily disconnect it. The system will not enter programming mode if it detects an open point of entry.

Perform the following steps:

If the system has been without power for more than 24 hours:

1) Apply power to the system.

2) Press the large/ lock button (Press small center button for Freedom 400) on your remote. The system should respond with a short siren chirp.

3) Repeat step 2 for each additional remote that is to operate the system.

If the system has had power within the last 24 hours:

1) Disconnect and re-apply power.

2) Press the large button (Press small center button for Freedom 400) on any remote that does not already operate the system (this is how the system determines that you want to program transmitters). The system should respond with a short siren chirp.

3) Repeat step 2 for each additional remote that is to operate the system.

Note: the system will automatically exit programming mode if it detects a 15 second period of no activity.


METHOD #6 - Programmable feature #1
Before you begin, your system must be in a disarmed state and you must know where your valet switch is located. If you are unfamiliar with your valet switch, click here. If you know where your valet switch is, perform the following steps:

1) Turn the vehicle's ignition "on" then "off".

2) Within 7 seconds of step 1, press the valet switch 5 times. The alarm should respond with a long siren chirp.

3) Press the valet switch one time to enter transmitter programming mode.

4) Press the large/ lock button on your remote. The alarm should respond with a short siren chirp.

5) Repeat step 4 for each additional remote that is to operate the system (up to 4 remotes).

Note: the system will automatically exit programming mode if it detects a 15 second period of no activity.


METHOD #7 - Cut track
Transmitters for this model alarm are coded from the factory. The transmitter has to be modified to match the code of your alarm. If you need a replacement transmitter for your alarm, you will need to open the transmitter shell (there is typically a small phillips head screw in the back that must be removed first). You will need to look on the circuit board for a white paper sticker that has a 5 or 6 digit code that will start with 1, 2, or 3. You will need to provide this code to your dealer or Omega at the time of purchasing the transmitter so it can be precoded to operate your alarm.