To support remote start function, the system provides integrated algorithmic immobilizer bypass to avoid using additional modules or leaving a key in a car. It can also remotely control popular engine preheaters. Pandora’s advanced algorithmic sensors allow the system to distinguish various events, like jacking in case of wheel theft attempt and give corresponding notifications, even when the engine is running in remote start mode.
Remote Engine Start
Radio remote allows to start engine remotely and to set up automatic starts by time, voltage or temperature.
Our system has integrated algorithmic immobilizer bypass that works for many popular car makes – including Renault/Dacia, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Mazda, etc.
Control over preheater
Systems allows for remote control over popular engine preheaters like Webasto or Eberspaecher, including sequential preheat and start options. System can be directly connected to preheater via W-bus, K-line or LIN-bus.
Ultra long range
Our 2-way RF dialog remote with LCD shows astonishing range of communication reaching up to 3 miles in suburban areas.
Remote’s LCD displays a variety of telemetric data: on-board voltage, interior and outside temperature, fuel level, signal level, clock.
The system utilizes 868 MHz multichannel automatically switching radio path and AES-128 algorithm dialog encryption with remote recognition to ensure protection from hackers and code grabbers.
Integrated shock, motion sensors and 3D accelerometer use elaborate algorithms to ensure adequate response to any event while preventing false alarms.
Low energy consumption
The system is built for efficiency – it consumes very little energy and does not prevent car systems from entering sleep mode.
Our systems are designed by professional engineers, and are produced on a full-cycle factory in Russia. We take pride in thorough quality control on every step of production to ensure the best results possible.
All in One
This compact system is an all-inclusive solution that requires no additional modules. Only exceptions may be backup subsystems and, possibly, a key-in-a-box bypass.