Viper 7756V Remote

Viper Product Range

Viper Product Range

The 7756V is a Two way LCD Remote by Viper. This means the remote can both transmit and receive information from the alarm system so you’ll know what state your alarm is in even if you are not by your car.

5 Buttons and super long range

The remote has up to a 1 mile range, depending on the environment. It has 5 buttons with the main arm.disarm buttons on the face for ease of use.

7756V-dimentions

Dimensions: H=68mm, W=36.5mm, D=10mm

LCD Screen

The LCD screen can be customised to any of the following colours: Red, Green, Yellow, Blue, Magenta, Cyan and White.

Rechargeable battery

The remote can be charged with a micro USB plug.

Alarm notification

The 7756V will not only inform you if your alarm is armed of disarmed, it will also let you know if the alarm is set off by lighting up and beeping at you. The LCD will let you know which alarm circuit has been violated  with a message on the screen.

Auxiliary Outputs

The remote will support up to 5 Auxiliary circuits on the alarm, The first one is simply selected by holding the Aux button. The additional 4 Aux outputs can be selected buy pressing the function button on the sired of the remote, once the screen displays the one you want press the Aux Button.

Full list of commands can be found below, but will be subject to which alarm or remote start system you have.

Responder Command Table

Viper 7756V

7756V-remote

RRP: $219.00

Works with the following alarms and remote start systems: 

3606V, 5606V, 5706V, 5806V, 5906V.

Obsessive Rating:

Two way remote controls offer a whole new level of security.

The next best thing to Viper SmartStart.

If you think it maybe too big then there is always the 7856V LED remote.

OVERVIEW

Features:

  • Clone-Safe® Code-Hopping®
  • 5 Aux channels
  • Selectable Colour LCD Screen
  • Time Display
  • Battery Level Display
  • Recharge Via Micro USB
  • Audible and Visual Alerts

Remote Clock setting:

To set the clock please do the following:

1) press and hold the “F” button for 8 seconds until the screen says “main menu”
2) release the “F” button and the screen should say “setup remote”
3) press the “F” button one time
4) press the remote start button until the screen says “clock set”
5) press the “F” button one time
6) the screen should say “hour”
7) press the “F” button one time
8) the screen should flash the hour
9) press the “AUX” button to move the hour up or the remote start button to move the hour down
10) once you have the correct hour press the “F” button one time
11) press the remote start button twice until the screen says “MIN” then press the “F” button
12) the time should show with the minutes flashing
13) press the “AUX” button to change the minutes up and the remote start button to change the minutes down
14) Once you have the correct time press the “F” button once and then the lock button once

The correct time should now display on the remote’s main menu screen.

vehiclesecurity.co.nz-home

Share
Julian

About Julian

Owner and Installer at Obsessive Vehicle Security Limited. More details here... Please keep Comments relevant to the post and use the Contact form for enquiry's
This entry was posted in Reviews, Two Way Remote Controls, Viper and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink.

14 Responses to Viper 7756V Remote

  1. JPerkins says:

    Thank you for this info. The manual doesn’t explain in detail on how to set clock. I just got this Viper 5706v and I need detailed instructions.

  2. Julian Julian says:

    My pleasure. I noticed that clock setting details were hard to find so added them here to make life easy for everyone.
    Good to know it’s helped you.

  3. Donnie says:

    Yes thanks a lot for that info. Also I was trying to find out why my remote doesn’t alert me when a door is left open. I just got my 5606v yesterday. I can leave all the doors open and set the alarm and it has no clue the doors are open. I can’t believe this. Does my installer have to do with this? Thanks again

  4. Julian Julian says:

    Hi Donnie,
    This is a question you should be asking your installer. If he sold it to you then he should be your first contact for technical support rather then me!
    The Alarm is designed to warn you if a door is left open. Are you getting door open warning chirps from the siren?

  5. Donnie says:

    Took it in. They bypassed that setting because my lights inside dime when the doors are closed and the lights are connected to my doors, so u have to wait for the the lights to dime off or you hear alarm sound. Did u get that? So basically I wait for the lights to dime off, then I set it

  6. Julian Julian says:

    Hi Donnie,

    What vehicle is it (Make, model, year?)
    There are not many cars out there where you can’t wire directly to the door circuit rather than the dome lamp.

  7. Donnie says:

    2004 Dodge Ram 1500 slt quad cab

  8. Julian Julian says:

    Hi Donnie,

    Take it back to your installer. Wiring the door circuit up to the dome lamp is just lazy as there is no reason why they could not have wired up to each door and diode split them.

    I see way too much of this and there is little excuse for it other then rushing the job.

    This post explains: http://vehiclesecurity.co.nz/blog/installation-issues

  9. Tony says:

    How do you make the viper 7756v remote vibrate?

  10. Scott Welsh says:

    My 7756V battery died. After charging it no commands work. The screen is there with everything but time is incorrect and nothing I press works. I hold things for 20 seconds and nothing. Just got this for Christmas and never charged it until it died. Don’t have a clue and new with this device. Dont want to bring it back to dealer as they were brutal in beginning.

  11. Julian Julian says:

    Hold the function button until the remote beeps. You’ll now be in the main menu “remote setup” menu.
    Use the Aux and Remote start buttons to scroll up and down the menu options. You’ll want the “Remote Setup” menu
    Press the function button to select it then scroll to “Page Alert”, select it, then scroll until you find “Vibe” or Vibe Tone”.
    Select which one you want.
    Job done.

  12. Julian Julian says:

    Hi Scott,

    I’d need to see the car and the remote to work out what is happening. Take it back to the installer to look at as they have a responsibility to offer technical support. The warranty is with them so they should be your first port of call.

  13. Reynaldo Roman says:

    The lock on the screen never changes its always on the unlock position any clue what this might be

  14. Aaron says:

    Hey I recently purchased a vehicle with an aftermarket viper model#7756v after two weeks of opening it and one trip to a service shop. The viper won’t sync with my factory security system… the dash keeps blinking security and no matter how many times I click arm or disarm the alarm won’t stop sounding and the carr will not start… I’ve tried the whole valet mode thing or so I think. And I can’t locate a reset or bypass switch… just the little clear box under steering wheel which doesn’t seem to do anything and the black antenna button which doesn’t help me either. I really don’t want to have to tow it to a shop and have them take it apart if I don’t have too… was it installed wrong or does it just need to be synced up to the the factory alarm? Please lmk asap thank you

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *