Keytroller, LLC. introduces the brand new Genie Card wireless automatic RFIC card ignition enabler. This pro-active device prevents equipment from theft “hot wiring.” The hidden wireless relay MUST be enabled (by Genie Card) in order to start the equipment.
If a thief tries to “hot wire” the ignition key, then the engine will simply NOT start. If someone tries to use a “good key” to start the vehicle, then the engine will still NOT start. A thief would have to find the wireless relay hidden in the ignition, starter or fuel pump circuit and circumvent it. Multiple wireless relays in different circuits can be enabled by the same Genie Card for even higher security.
The Genie Card works thanks to a very secure and fail-proof system: A wireless relay is installed hidden within the ignition, starter or fuel pump circuit. The system has a battery powered RFID Genie Card, which is smaller than a credit card, that pairs to the relay. Once the driver walks in range (10™-30™-set-able) the device automatically enables. The authorized driver is then able to start the equipment with his key. When the authorized driver turns off the engine and walks out of range, the wireless relay disables, therefore protecting the equipment from theft. An LED on the dash board signals transmission interruptions or low battery of the card. In addition, the device has an override emergency PIN code for managers.
The reliable Genie Card can join the company™s popular KISS system for automatic ignition enabling and for the lock/unlock of doors (see KISS literature).