1996-ford-f150 car alarm | keyless entry | car remote starter

1996-ford-f150 car alarm | keyless entry | remote starter

Anti theft system| keyless entry | car alarm

Car alarm remtoe starter system Year 2008 new CX2300-Alpha

(car alarm / remote starter system with super long distance LCD pager) with 2LCD pagers 2

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[ Detail features ]

1. Super long distance with GFSK technology more than 3000 meters (~9000 feet range)

2. 3D digital shock sensor, detecting equally six directions even the tilt level of the car

3. Temperature inside the car indicates on remote control

4. Remote start by temperature control, can be adjusted by remote control up to user`s requirement

5. Multiple signal detection (Oil sensor Highvoltage and Tach) for remote start (Option)

6. Corresponding with performance.

7. Battery capability weaken arming

8. Hand brake status reminder (Gear checking system for manual car)

9. Detecting automatically neutral position of manual car when remote starting

10. Code rolling

11. turbo timer

12. Window closer function

13. Remote starter

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2 LCD pagers are included in standard package box

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About car alarm

A car alarm is an electronic device installed in a vehicle in an attempt to discourage theft of the vehicle itself, its contents, or both. Car alarms work by emitting high-volume sound (usually a siren, klaxon, pre-recorded verbal warning, the vehicle's own horn, or a combination thereof) when the conditions necessary for triggering are met, as well as by flashing some of the vehicle's lights, and (optionally) notifying the car's owner via a paging system and interrupting various electrical circuits necessary for the car to start.

Car alarms should not be confused with immobilizers; although the purpose of both may be to deter car theft, they operate in a dissimilar fashion. An immobilizer generally will not offer any audible or visual theft deterrence, nor require any additional input from the driver than a non-immobilizer car.
Car alarms can be designed to be triggered by vibrations, tilting o f the car (to prevent unauthorized towing), touching the car, the opening or closing of special switches (e.g. door contacts), sensing small but rapid changes in battery voltage (which might indicate an interior light going on, or the ignition circuit being activated), or using volumetric sensors such as ultrasound , infrared or microwave.

Many times a car alarm can be triggered accidentally. This may be caused by the passing of large trucks, the vibration of thunder or people coming into contact with the vehicle, triggering the alarm sensors. Some sensors may need adjustment in order to prevent false alarms.


Car alarms
can be divided into 2 categories:
 

OEM car alarms
Almost all OEM alarms are typically armed and disarmed with the vehicle's keyless entry remote. On many vehicles the key cylinders in the driver or front passenger door activate switches, so that when a key is used in the door the alarm will arm or disarm. Some vehicles will arm when the power door lock switch is pressed with the driver's door open, and the door is subsequently closed. Some vehicles will disarm if the ignition is turned on; often when the vehicle is equipped with a key-based immobilizer and an alarm, the combination of the valid key code and the ignition disarms the system.


Aftermarket car alarms
Like OEM alarms, aftermarket systems are usually armed and disarmed via remote. Usually they do not have provisions for external disarming from the key cylinder, but will typically have an override switch mounted in a hidden location.