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Car Alarm - Ultrasonic and Shock Sensor Alarm Remote Control DIY easy fit

Car Alarm - Ultrasonic and Shock Sensor Alarm Remote Control DIY easy fit
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Car Alarm - Ultrasonic and Shock Sensor Alarm Remote Control DIY easy fit


Condition: New

Sparkrite Car Alarm model SR-85U.
The box has a bit of wear but the alarm has never been used and is in perfect condition.
Easy to install with instructions included.

• Radio remote control DTI approved. Instant arm/disarm.
• Powerful integral high power speaker siren.
• Integral electronic shock sensor. Detects forced entry or shock due to
exterior attack.
• Ultrasonic detector unit provides additional protection against entry via the
windows and sunroof.
• Remote control panic. Provides additional personal protection by sounding
siren for up to 30 seconds.
• Arming and disarming confirmed by chirp from siren and flashing of indicators.
• Siren sounds and indicators flash for 30 seconds (nominal) when alarm is
• Current sensing. Detects door opening when interior light is switched on.
• Entry alert. Audible signal on disarming if attempted break in has occurred.
• Electric fan inhibit. Prevents false alarms due to cooling fan running after
alarm is armed.
• Door switch sensing circuit. Detects doors, bonnet and boot opening via pin
• Alarm armed LED (Light Emitting Diode) as a visible deterrent.
• Door open alert. Advises driver, doors are not correctly closed when alarm is
• Automatic reset. Gives continuous protection until alarm is disarmed by
remote control.
• Door locking control wire. Allows doors to be locked/unlocked by remote
control when connected to SR911 Central Door Locking Interface.
• Sensor connection. Quick fit plug allows connection of ultrasonic detector

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maddutchy 4 years ago
hi there would I be able to do this myself ar is it to hard to put in.