DIRECTED ELECTRONICS 2102T

Passive Automotive Keyless Entry System for Automatic unlocking and locking of the vehicle
SKU: 2102T
Availability: Out of stock

* Automatic unlocking and locking of the vehicle
* Passive door unlocking
The key fob LED will start flashing green once you have entered the active
zone.
The doors will be automatically unlocked and the starter kill (optional)
will be disarmed.
Note: The unlock operation may be delayed when approaching the vehicle
immediately after a remote start command has been sent.
Passive door locking
The key fob LED will start flashing red once you have left the active zone.
The
doors will be automatically locked and the starter kill (optional) will be armed.
The key fob LED will turn ON solid red for 1 second to confirm when the doors
have been locked.
Starter kill output (optional)
When the optional starter kill feature is installed and active, it will interrupt the
starter wire of the vehicle when doors are locked; thus preventing vehicle theft
by not allowing the vehicle to be started.
Note: This feature is optional and must be configured by the installer (optional
parts and extra labor required).
The optional starter kill is disabled as soon as the doors are unlocked by the
PKE system.
It can also be disabled with a toggle switch installed somewhere
in the vehicle.
Refer to your authorized dealer for the location.
Manual unlocking and locking of the vehicle
Although the PKE system allows for automatic locking and unlocking of the vehicle
when you approach and leave the active zone, it also offers the flexibility
of manually locking and unlocking doors with the remote.
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Manual unlocking
Press and hold the button until the LED on the remote flashes red.
The parking
lights will flash twice to confirm the doors have been unlocked.
Manual locking
Press and release the button for 1 second.
The LED on the remote will flash
red indicating that the command is being sent, and the parking lights will flash
once to confirm the doors have been locked.
Note: When installed with certain remote starter models, the doors might not
locks when the vehicle is running by the key.
Enabling/Disabling valet mode
Valet mode can be enabled and disabled using the following procedure.
When the feature is enabled, the automatic locking/unlocking operation upon
entering the active zone will be disabled.
However, manual locking/unlocking
of the vehicle is possible in valet mode, as long as the ignition is off.
Enable valet mode
Within the active zone, quickly press and release the key fob button twice,
then press and hold until the remote LED flashes red to confirm the system has
entered valet mode.
The key fob LED will no longer flash to indicate whether
you are in the active zone or not.
Disable valet mode
Within the active zone, quickly press and release the key fob button twice,
then press and hold until the remote LED flashes red to confirm the system has
exited valet mode.
The key fob LED will flash to indicate whether you are in the
active zone or not.
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Sleep mode
For security reasons, your PKE system is in sleep mode while the vehicle is in
motion.
Turning the sleep mode ON
In order to prolong the key fob battery life, the PKE system will enter sleep
mode once the user is in the vehicle, all the doors are closed and the brake
pedal is depressed (a valid key fob must be inside the vehicle).
Warning: Failure to execute these steps, while the key fob is present in the
vehicle, may cause its battery to be drained prematurely, and consequently
your keys may become locked inside the vehicle.
Turning the sleep mode OFF
The PKE system will exit sleep mode and will return to normal operation when
a door is opened.
Note: This feature is automatically enabled/disabled every time vehicle is in
use.
It does not affect the user's experience.