Car Remote Central Lock Locking Keyless Entry System with Remote Controllers

February 25, 2014 - Comment

Flashing alert. LED indicator. Suitable for all types of vehicles. Specifications: Voltage: +12V ± 2V(DC) Static current: ≤8mA Max current: 15A Direction output: ≤15A Central lock output: ≤15A Truck output: ≤-500mA Frequency: 315MHz Item size: 8.5 * 7 * 2cm Net weight: 232g Package including: 1 * Keyless Entry System 2 * Remote Controllers 1

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Flashing alert.

LED indicator.

Suitable for all types of vehicles.

Specifications:

Voltage: +12V ± 2V(DC)

Static current: ≤8mA

Max current: 15A

Direction output: ≤15A

Central lock output: ≤15A

Truck output: ≤-500mA

Frequency: 315MHz

Item size: 8.5 * 7 * 2cm

Net weight: 232g

Package including:

1 * Keyless Entry System

2 * Remote Controllers

1 * Wire

1 * User Manual

Product Features

  • Remotely lock and unlock your car.
  • Remote car location.
  • Remotely release the boot/trunk.
  • Learning code remote controls.
  • Electric lock and air lock.

Comments

GeneralPrimevil says:

Couldn’t build it for less Pros:- Inexpensive (under $20 shipped)- Truly universal- Key fobs are better than any OE remotes I’ve worked with (EE at tier 1 OEM automotive supplier)- 100+ft range, line-of-sight- Module is very small – installed in the door panel of my 2000 Crown Victoria Police Interceptor.Cons:- Wiring harness has thick-insulated 22 gauge fine stranded wires. Expected 18 gauge given current rating (15A)- Range is less than 300ft (does not matter for my…

kelsey m says:

Really, Really Cool! Took about a week to ship. Not bad at all. As people before me ave said: it is difficult to install. The instruction book has a wiring diagram with 4-5 different examples of how your cat MAY be wired. If you don’t understand wiring diagrams, and are not willing to experiment, don’t use this product. I have a ’95 Jeep Grand Cherokee. All I did was remove the door cover on the driver’s side. I found the constant positive and patched 3 wires into it. The connected to corresponding wires to the…

B. DeLuca "Just Another Geek" says:

Worked fine on my 2000 Honda Civic EX Some might wonder why I’m installing this in a Civic EX since they come with a keyless entry. Well the previous owner managed to jack up the keyless entry in a mangled stereo install and the OEM components to replace it are way too expensive to put back in. So, I decided to give this a try and it worked just fine. For those wondering on the wiring I did the following using the wiring under the driver side kick panel (KES is the wires on the Keyless entry system):KES – White…

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