This Australian Standards approved immobiliser provides two circuits of automatic engine immobilisation operated by an electronically coded touch key making contact with a dash mounted receptacle incorporating a warning light
Insert and remove Touch-key from receptacle on dash to disarm the immobiliser.
The car's engine is automatically immobilised 40 seconds after the engine has stopped. The auto-arming feature is disabled while the system is disarmed and the ignition switch is in the ON position.
Available for light trucks
The P165 system is also available for light trucks which use a +24 Volts battery supply.
Dual Immobilisation Circuits
The system features two independent 30 Amp rated, normally open immobilisation circuits, which break engine critical signals in the vehicle. Starter motor, fuel pump, fuel injection, main ignition are commonly immobilised circuits
Safety circuitry in case of power failure
System sources alternate power from ignition if main power is lost
Third circuit of immobilisation (optional)
Additional immobilisation circuits can be added to conform with insurance company requirements.
Component protection against harsh road conditions
All relays are fully encapsulated to provide protection against dust and moisture.
Two Touchkey Tags
Encoded digital signature device with 281,000,000,000,000+ code combinations
Large system memory
Allows system to track four controllers each operating with a independent code. This allows four users to disarm the system, and erasure of individual tags
Service technician can delete lost or stolen controllers from memory.
All cables extending from the control module are black and same diameter. Identifying wire tags are removed by the installer during installation of the system
Plug and play for service
Designed to allow easy access for service technicians. Plugs and sockets are located inside the main control module to protect against access by thieves
Connector plug is enclosed within module case to prevent access by thief.
Cutting any immobilisation wiring will still leave the car secure. Bypassing security is not possible by simply removing the system from the vehicle
Emergency Personal Identification Number (PIN) override
If the valid controller are lost, stolen or broken, the user by over-ride the system by enter the secret four digits via the ignition switch
A factory programmed PIN comes standard with each system. It is recommended the owner of the system changes the PIN to a new, easily remembered number
One shot override
Immobiliser always re-arms to protect vehicle. Re-enter PIN if vehicle needs to be driven after auto-arming has occurred
A record of the factory programmed override PIN is supplied on handy wallet sized card.
Super bright red dash LED
This LED flashes to inform user when system is armed. The LED is mounted on the driver's side dash and is visible from outside the window
<10mA average while armed. <250mA disarm (and for no more than 39 seconds after ignition is switched off).
Wide Operating voltage
Operating voltage +9VDC to +15VDC
-20 degrees to +85 degrees for equipment designed to be installed within vehicle cabin
The system circuitry is design to protect itself against accidental battery polarity reversal. This can happen when replacing the vehicle battery
Short circuit protection
The power supply wire to the system is protected against an internal fault within the system.
Manufacturers warranty on Control module
Guarantees control module is free from manufacturing defects for 24 months from time of purchase
Manufacturers warranty on Sundry items
Guarantees remote controls, siren and sundry items are free from manufacturing defects for 12 months from time of purchase
Australian Standard for vehicle Immobilisers
Manufactured in ISO9001 facility
Built within world standard production facility.
AS/NZS 4601 sundry standards of compliance (or parts thereof)
AS1939 - Degrees of protection provided by enclosures for electrical equipment (IP Codes)
AS3300 - Approval and test specification - General requirements for household and similar electrical appliances
AS/NZS3548 Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics of information technology equipment
AS/NZS3749 - Intruder alarm systems - Road vehicles
AS/NZS4268 - Radio equipment and systems - Short range devices
AS/NZS61000 - Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
NZS6300 - Approval and test specification - General requirements for household and similar electrical appliances
ISO7637 - Road vehicles - Electrical disturbance by conduction and coupling
IEC61000 - Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
ASTM B117 - Standard practice for operating salt spray (fog) apparatus