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Question Disable Alarm

Hi is it possible to temporarily disable the alarm on a UK 2016 NV200. Maybe by removing a fuse. I occasionally sleep in the back and the alarm goes off if I move about too much.
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A little late, I know, but I've just installed an official NV200 alarm in my van and you have to go into the ECU with Consult and enable/disable it from there (there is a section called BGM)
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Just don't set the alarm! We don't even lock the doors - not as if anyone can get in without you seeing! or just press the lock button on the console that does not set the alarm
Ours has a factory fit alarm with ultra sonic sensors inside (2016 tekna) - and this has never gone off with us camping in it

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This is an ancient thread, but I'm just popping this here as very little comes up when doing a Google search.

We've got a 2018 UK NV200 Tekna camper conversion, with the factory fitted alarm, and the ultrasonic sensors can be a bit of a pain - not so much when you're *in* the vehicle, but when you leave it.

When you're sleeping within you can just fully lock/unlock via the front panel rocker switch - if you do this, the sensors are disabled - if you need to get out, you just open the sliding doors as normal from the inside. That bits fine.

However...when you leave the vehicle the sensors can be set off by, for example, a moth/large fly being trapped inside - quite a likely thing when used as a camper van. The procedure, to leave the vehicle with the ultrasonic sensors disabled, is:
  1. Turn the ignition on to the second position to turn on the electrics
  2. Turn the ignition off again and remove the key
  3. Within a few seconds of the above, hold down the alarm button on the dashboard until the LED on it blinks twice
  4. Leave the vehicle, close the doors and lock it as normal using the keyfob

We found out the hard way that it's *likely* you'll get something trapped inside that will set off the alarm when you're in a campsite environment .
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This is an ancient thread, but I'm just popping this here as very little comes up when doing a Google search.

We've got a 2018 UK NV200 Tekna camper conversion, with the factory fitted alarm, and the ultrasonic sensors can be a bit of a pain - not so much when you're *in* the vehicle, but when you leave it.

When you're sleeping within you can just fully lock/unlock via the front panel rocker switch - if you do this, the sensors are disabled - if you need to get out, you just open the sliding doors as normal from the inside. That bits fine.

However...when you leave the vehicle the sensors can be set off by, for example, a moth/large fly being trapped inside - quite a likely thing when used as a camper van. The procedure, to leave the vehicle with the ultrasonic sensors disabled, is:
  1. Turn the ignition on to the second position to turn on the electrics
  2. Turn the ignition off again and remove the key
  3. Within a few seconds of the above, hold down the alarm button on the dashboard until the LED on it blinks twice
  4. Leave the vehicle, close the doors and lock it as normal using the keyfob

We found out the hard way that it's *likely* you'll get something trapped inside that will set off the alarm when you're in a campsite environment .
And how do you switch them back on?
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And how do you switch them back on?
It's not a permanent thing, you have to do this each time you leave the vehicle; once you unlock the van with keyfob the "disablement" itself is disabled.
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