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Avital 5105L 1 Way Car Security Alarm Remote Start System with D2D

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Avital 5105L 1 Way Car Security Alarm Remote Start System w/ D2D Replaces 5103L

-Bitwriter programmable for easy configuration
-Superhet receiver (HX) for great range
-Two 4-button remotes
-Separate ESP and D2D ports
-XCR relays onbard
-Timer Mode
-Directed® SmartStart Compatible
-Fault-proof starter interrupt
Keep your car where you parked it with this layer of protection against “hot-wiring” by car thieves.
-Dual-Zone impact sensor
Detects blows or impacts to your vehicle with this 2-stage sensor that can react either with chirps or the full wrath of the siren.
-Nuisance Prevention® Circuitry (NPC®)
Neighborhood-friendly anti-false alarm technology
-Virtual Tach eliminates the need for a tach wire in most installations.
A dedicated A-to-D converter samples your vehicles voltage hundreds of times each second, eliminating the need for a tachometer wire connection.
-D2D serial data port
Quickly connects your Avital system to other interface devices via D2D cables.
-XCR onboard relays
Extreme capacity remote start relays are built-in to Avital remote start systems.

-DC Operating Voltage: 9.5V-16V
-Operating Temperature System: -40°C to 85°C
-Current Consumption @ 13.8V 25°C: Standby <15mA; Armed <20mA
-Transmitter Frequency: 434 MHz

-Two(2) 1-way 4-Button remote
-Control Module
-Revenger® Siren
-All Required Harnesses for Installation
-Shock Sensor

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