look for an alarm with keyless entry.
On many of the newer cars like Infinity's FX series and C6 Corvettes, you don't really use your keys to turn on the car or unlock the doors. It unlocks the doors automatically when you get within a certain distance from the car.
I'm wanting to install something like that for my car. Does anyone know where I can get a hold of a relay/switch that will activate when the transmitter is within a certain distance?
How does that do what he's asking?Originally Posted by Scouse Monkey
are you serious?Originally Posted by arebelspy
he wants to get in and disable the imobiliser without keys so he can just walk up and push a start button. Keyless entry means you have an RFID style tag thing so whan you walk up it unlocks - just like Renaults and Mercs have had for ages.
On nearly every aftermarket alarm I've seen, "keyless entry" = you have to push a button to lock/unlock it.. it's not triggered by you just walking close to it (although I'm sure there are some like this, that isn't what keyless entry is).Originally Posted by Scouse Monkey
Ive seen a relay module beforeon partsexpress.com but dont see it now. I'll keep looking. So far this is all I can find. http://www.aaaremotes.com/reprremonuam.html
150 watt OPUS
tv/radio tuner card
Dual monitor Radeon
8" Lilliput touch screen
Actually, keyless entry also refers to using a remote to lock and unlock the car. An example are all the cars sold in the 90's and 2k's with "Keyless Entry". arebelspy and I were confused at how a convential keyless entry system can be used for the OP's question.Originally Posted by Scouse Monkey
Originally Posted by TheLlama
"what is keyless entry"
The search of RFID come with a few results but most of them led to some kind of bluetooth device or something that required computer interaction. I was something that isn't connected to the computer at all.Originally Posted by 0l33l
My alarm (viper 691xv) has keyless entry, but doesn't do what I'm wanting at all.Originally Posted by Scouse Monkey
I know what I'm talking about, but it's just I don't know what it's called. I will do some more searching on RFID, but if anyone comes across a link that looks like what I am trying to use please post it!