Viper Smart Start Remote Starters

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Programmable Voice System:

Add pre-programmed messages in either English or Japanese to your security system as an adjunct to the siren, including Viper specific messages (i.e. “Viper armed!”) Users can also record custom messages. Voice modules are also effective when used to generate Warn Away messages in conjunction with an optional 508D Radar sensor. The 516L can also be used as a P.A. system.

2-Way Garage Door Interface:

Use the powerful Viper remote on your keychain to open and close your garage door using this optional Interface, and take advantage of your system’s high level of encryption to keep “Hot Prowl” criminals wielding illegal code-grabber devices out of your garage!

Window Automation System:

Roll your windows up and down with the push of a button on your VIPER remote using the optional 530T. The Remote Control Window Automation System controls the operation of two windows in both directions. The 530T can automatically roll up two power windows when a security system is armed, and will provide “one touch” up and down operation from the remote.

Invisibeam Field Disturbance Sensor:

Protect your vehicle with an invisible sensing field which detects moving high-density objects (including people) near your car using Radio Frequency (RF) field disturbance technology. Ideal for convertibles, or any application where zone-intrusion protection is desired. Violation of the outer field can provoke siren chirps or a WarnAway message from an optional voice module) while intrusion into the inner zone will trigger the system.

Digital Tilt Motion Sensor:

The 507M Digital Tilt Sensor from Directed is ideal for protecting a vehicle from theft by detecting when the vehicle is being raised by a tow truck or lifted using a jack, in an attempt to remove the wheels or tow the vehicle. The 507M auto calibrates each time the alarm is armed, referencing the vehicle’s angle of inclination and ensuring the most accurate tilt sensing possible. The 507M is perfect for protecting vehicles with upgraded wheels and tires.

Backup Battery Siren:

Boost the security of your install with this optional Back-up Battery Siren, which will continue to sound even if would-be thieves are able to locate and silence your primary siren.

Boost the security of your install with this optional Back-up Battery Siren, which will continue to sound even if would-be thieves are able to locate and silence your primary siren.

Backup Battery System:

This optional back-up battery adds to the security of any install, maintaining power delivery to your security system even if would-be thieves try to silence the siren by disconnecting your vehicle battery.

Trunk Release Solenoid:

Every Viper system offers a “Power Trunk/Channel 2” output, but not every vehicle has a powered trunk release that can be operated by this ouput. The optional 522T can add Power Trunk capability to your trunk release mechanism, allowing your Viper system to pop the trunk with the push of a button.

Audio Glass Break Sensor:

Enhance the security of any install with an optional audio sensor, which detects tampering and breaking of the vehicle’s glass using a microphone and a microprocessor, which analyzes the frequency, intensity and timing of intrusion sounds to eliminate false alarms. Detects even “soft breaks” where the glass is shattered quietly, which might not trigger the shock sensor. The 506T adds an additional layer of protection.

Viper Electro-Luminescent Indicator:

The optional brilliant blinking “E-L Badge” from Viper calls attention to itself (especially at night) and conveys a powerful message to would-be car thieves: “This vehicle is protected by Viper – better leave it alone and try to steal someone else’s car instead!”

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