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KR726 Remote Anti-Theft Alarm


Alarm / Remote Control / Cable Tie / Tape / Screwdriver

• Exterior: Powerful design that gives off strength and acts as a protection device for motorcycles, bicycles, luggage, doors, etc.
• Performance similar to a motorcycle alarm, with a 113 dB speaker to scare away thieves, even when installed in a hidden location.
• Uses a triaxial accelerometer sensor and special calculation to improve the accuracy of detecting attempted theft and reduce false alarms.
• High efficiency with 7 adjustable sensitivity levels, from a soft touch to a strong impact, suitable for all types of conditions.
• 3 ringtones for search sound; Long-range remote control and easy search for motorcycle, bicycle, etc.
• You can activate the SOS function and automatically make a distress sound when an accident occurs to provide an additional form of protection.
• Wireless operation; simpler and more practical to use.
• Installation method with double-sided tape or zip ties, suitable for all types of motorcycles and bicycles.


1.1.- Activate and Deactivate the alarm
Any touch or movement in alarm activated mode will immediately activate a 2-beep warning.
If touched again within 12 seconds, an alarm will sound for up to 30 seconds.

• ACTIVATE button (1): Pressing it once will produce the sound «Do…Re…Mi», after 5 seconds a «Bi» will be produced,
confirming «mode activated». If vibration or motion is detected, the alarm will sound.

• DISABLE button (2): Pressing once will sound «Mi…Re…Do» deactivating the alarm or stopping it if it sounds.

1.1.2.- Find the bike
• SOUND button (3): Pressing it once will produce a sound to easily locate the alarm device.
Range 20 m (66 ft).

1.1.3.- Change search sound tone
• TONE button (4): Cannot be used while the alarm is in «activated mode». There are 3 different shades.
Pressing the button will change the tone, in order and cyclically.


2.1.- Accessing settings/configuration
Within the settings you can configure the volume, sensitivity and the SOS function.
To access, press and hold the DISABLE Button (ignoring the sound) until the LED light on the remote goes off and then back on.

ATTENTION: Once inside the settings, the buttons will not work as in section 1.- They will act as follows:

2.1.1.- Alarm sensitivity adjustment
7 sensitivity levels for vibration alarm. Pressing the ACTIVATE Button will change the level in descending order and cyclically.
Press and hold the DISABLE button on the remote control (until the light stays on). Press the ACTIVATE button to choose from 7 levels. Press the DISABLE button. Alarm volume adjustment
There are 3 volume levels in the alarm. Pressing the SOUND Button will change the level in descending order and cyclically.
Press and hold the DISABLE button (until the light stays on). Press the SOUND button to choose between 3 levels. Press the DISABLE button. SOS function
By default, this feature is disabled at the factory. The alarm will produce the SOS in Morse code if tilted more than 45º from its location for an extended period. The sound will stop when returned to the original position. Activation and calibration of the alarm for the SOS function
Place the alarm in the desired location. Pressing the TONE Button once will produce the «Bi» sound, confirming that you have entered «calibration mode». If calibrated correctly, the alarm will produce the sound «Bi. Bi. Bi. Bi. Bi». and the SOS function will be activated.
If it is not calibrated, the alarm will sound «Bi…Bi» and the SOS function will not be activated. Press the TONE button once more to start over. Turn off the SOS function
If the SOS function is activated, press the TONE button once to make the alarm produce 2 long «Bi…» sounds.

2.2.- Exit settings/configuration
To exit the setup, press the DISABLE button once or wait 10 seconds without taking any action.

2.3.- Add additional remote control to an alarm
Caution when adding controls to the alarm. Up to 8 controls can be added to the same alarm. If more are connected, the oldest connected controls will be disconnected. There are 2 ways to add remote controls to the alarm.
2.3.1- Battery method
Remove the batteries from the alarm. Wait 30 seconds. Replace the batteries. With the new remote control, press and hold the SOUND Button until the alarm produces the «Bi» sound. With the new remote control, press the ENABLE Button or the DISABLE Button.
2.3.2.- Method with the old remote control
Press the DISABLE button once with the old remote control. Press and hold the SOUND button with the old remote control until the alarm produces «Bi» sound. And with the new remote control, press the ON Button or the OFF Button.

2.4.- Unpair the remote control
CAUTION. Using this feature will unlink all controls connected to the alarm. If no remote control is connected, use the battery method to add one.
To unpair, any remote control connected to the alarm press the DISABLE Button once. Press and hold the SOUND button until the alarm produces «Bi» sound. And press the TONE button.

2.5.- Battery replacement
ATTENTION. When replacing the alarm batteries, the SOS function will need to be recalibrated.
The rest of the settings (volume and sensitivity) will be stored in memory.
2.5.1.- Alarm low battery indication
Pressing the ON Button or the OFF Button and the “Du…Du” sound is produced twice.
Batteries must be replaced immediately.
2.5.2.- Remote control low battery indication
When the LED light dims or the range of the remote control becomes shorter.
The battery should be replaced as soon as possible.


3.1.- Exterior structure figure
• Pay attention to the reliability of the fixing method used, double-sided tape or cable tie.
• Installing the alarm in a hidden location may reduce the alarm sound level.
• Do not install the alarm in a place surrounded by metal parts.

3.2.- Installation and change of alarm battery
By default, the batteries are installed at the factory. The alarm uses 3 AAA alkaline batteries. Avoid direct exposure to sunlight during replacement. High temperatures accelerate the discharge of batteries and shorten their useful life. Replace batteries when they are low to avoid liquid spills and damage to the alarm. It is advisable to remove the batteries if they are not used for a long period of time.

3.3.- Battery replacement guide.
Unscrew the screw from the bottom. Use a flathead screwdriver to open the cases from below, sliding them from the sides until they separate easily by hand. If you do not have a flathead screwdriver, use the blue plastic wedge. Replace the batteries with new ones. The alarm will produce the sound «Bi. Bi. Bi». to indicate that it has been turned on. Reassemble the casings. And replace the screw.


• The alarm uses 3 AAA alkaline batteries, normal use 13 months; Standby (continuous): 6 months.
• The remote control uses 1 27A (12V) alkaline battery. Normal use exceeds 1 year (assuming 5 uses/day).
• Ambient operating temperatures: -20ºC+60ºC. Humidity: R.H. <80%. Storage temperature: -30ºC+70ºC.

This device complies with FCC Part 15 regulations. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

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