Remote keyless entry was first seen in the 1980 first and had developed to different security devices. This can unlock as well as lock system and can be controlled by using a handheld fob to stream infrared data. It worked using a “coded pulse signal generator and battery-powered infra-red radiation emitter.” In some geographic areas, the system is called a PLIP system, Infrared technology was superseded in 1995 when a European frequency was standardised.

The remote keyless systems using a handheld transmitter first appeared on the French made cars and then became wide spread in car industry. The keypad had a buttons that would unlock or lock .
Keyless remotes contain a short-range radio transmitter and must be within a certain range, usually 5–20 meters, of the car ,key pad or reader to work. Sends a coded signal by radio waves to a receiver unit in the car, Which locks or unlocks the door. Most RKEs operate at a frequency of 315 MHz and Asian cars. Modern systems since the mid-1990s implement encryption as well as rotating entry codes to prevent car thieves from intercepting and spoofing the signal.Earlier systems used infrared instead of radio signals to unlock the vehicle, such as systems found by other manufacturers.
The system signals that it has either locked or unlocked this usually through some fairly discreet combination A typical setup on cars being locked/unlocked. While two beeps means that driver’s door is unlocked, four beeps means all doors are unlocked. One long beep is for the trunk better known as boot in uk . or power tailgate. One short beep signifies that the car is locked and alarm is set.

The functions of a remote keyless entry system are contained on a key fob or built into the keypad or handle itself. Buttons are dedicated to locking or unlocking the doors and opening .

For offices, or residences, the system can also be coupled with the security system, garage door opener or remotely activated lighting devices so that when returning home the lights can be turn on . They can be used to control gate as well to open them or close them as required . Please contact Electric Locking Systems via email at or via phone on 01202 941050 Or even order on line at or chat on line via the website .

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