No chance for jammers
Criminals are sometimes very creative. They quickly recognised in the past that hinged windows and storage compartment hatches on motorhomes did not represent a serious hurdle for a determined burglar. Usually a standard screwdriver was all that was needed to lever out the locks.
Now it was up to the manufacturers of alarm systems to develop a reliable system for effectively securing windows and doors. The first wireless magnetic contacts came on the market. They are easy to install with the provided small adhesive surfaces and a weak magnetic field between the magnet and the sensor signals to the central control unit: everything is okay. When the alarm system is enabled, if the sensor and the magnet separate, which happens during a break-in attempt – the sensor sends a radio signal to the central control unit and the alarm sounds.
That’s the theory.
We spoke of creative criminals. Motivated intruders quickly recognised that this radio signal can be splendidly superimposed with a jammer signal. The effect: when the window or hatch is levered open the sensor sends a radio signal – but the signal doesn’t reach the central control unit. No alarm sounds. Incidently, these jammers are inaudible to humans.
Well, criminals aren’t the only ones who can be creative.
Engineers at THITRONIK have developed extremely precise wireless contacts which are completely immune to jammers. If the central control unit detects a jamming attempt, it emits an alarm.
As you can see: with THITRONIK products you are always a step ahead even with resourceful criminals.
- interfering signal
- Conventional alarm systems
- Conventional wireless component
- Thitronik WiPro III
- Thitronik wireless component
Further guide topics
The THITRONIK modules are all strong players individ-ually. As a team, however, they make for an unbeat-able system.
With laptops and refined software, criminals outwit the central locking systems of Fiat, Peugeot, Citroën and Iveco. The damage is often immense. Thitronik safe.lock safely locks the vehicles again.
A small appeal to stop the nonsense of outdated motion detectors.