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Avital 3305L 2-Way Car Security System Alarm Responder with LCD Remote

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Avital 3305L 2-Way Car Security System Alarm Responder Keyless Entry LCD Remote

Brand: Avital
MPN: 3305L
Condition: New

-One 4-Button 2-Way LCD Remote
-One 4-Button Remote
-Clone Safe, Code-Hopping 266 Codes
-Parking Light Flash
-Fault-Proof Starter Interrupt
(Additional parts and labor may be required)
-Zone-2 Shock Sensor
-Warn Away
-Nuisance Prevention Circuitry
-Six-Tone Siren
-Active/Passive Arming with Silent Mode
-Ignition Controlled Door Locks
-LED System Status Indicator
-Panic/Car Locator
-Remote Valet
-Interior Light Illumination
(Additional parts and labor may be required)

-DC Operating Voltage: 9.5V-16V
-Operating Temperature System: -40°C to 85°C
-Operating Temperature Remote: -10°C to 50°C
-Current Consumption @ 12.6V 25°C: Standby <15mA; Armed <20mA
-Transmitter Frequency: 433 MHz

-One 2-way Responder LCD remote
-One 1-way companion remot
-Control Module
-Revenger® Siren
-All Required Harnesses for Installation
-LED system status indicator
-Push-button Valet® switch

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