Radio remote control 868 for safe.lock module
Remote transmitter for central locking system
The wireless remote control for the safe.lock module can be used in a variety of ways: as an inexpensive additional or spare key for the central locking system.
Simple, intuitive operation
Operate the wireless remote control more easily than your original key: one button unlocks and the other one locks.
Well protected through 4 billion codes
Remote transmitter and central locking system communicate via constantly changing encryption
Can be used as spare key
With the conversion board, you can safely use your vehicle key again – the Thitronik wireless remote control also serves as a secure spare or duplicate key
The practical wireless remote control 868 for the safe.lock module gives you more options on trips. Use it as a spare or second key for your vehicle. With a wireless remote control, family members and other travellers can also access the motorhome. The wireless remote control has two buttons with the corresponding symbols for locking and unlocking and is coordinated with the safe.lock module.
Remote transmitter and central locking system communicate via constantly changing encryptions. Through this, the unlocking and locking operation is especially safe from replay attacks. With so-called replay attacks, attackers record the vehicle unlocking radio signal and can play it back later to access your vehicle. The wireless remote control uses each locking and unlocking code just once – thanks to 4 billion codes. Replay attacks are not possible.
Safe from replay attacks
Scope of delivery
Radio remote control for safe.lock module
- Article number
- Power supply
- 1x CR2032
- Wireless range (in free space)
- max. 75m
- Transmission frequency
- 868,35 MHz (<10 mW)
- approx. 20 g
- 54 x 31 x 12 mm
- Can I replace the batteries in wireless components myself?
- How can I protect myself from replay attacks without having to install a WiPro III safe.lock alarm system?
- What happens with the vehicle’s remote control key (flip key)?
- How does the upgrade of an existing WiPro III work?
- What is the danger of a replay attack?
- Which vehicles are affected by the security gap?
- What happens if the battery in a wireless component is nearly dead (signal tone sounds for 5 seconds when component is actuated)?
- How long do the batteries / button cells in the wireless components last?