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ALKcar Remote Control Detector

by Jamie Jiang Electronic Products Supplier
ALKcar 433Mhz 315Mhz Remote Control Detector Rolling Code Duplicator
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ALKcar 433Mhz 315Mhz Remote Control Detector Rolling Code Duplicator

Rolling Code Duplicator is adjustable Frequency Remote Control Receiver and Replicator. 433Mhz 315Mhz Remote Control Detector suit for Car repair service, Garage, workshop. Remote Control Detector Duplicator is for 433Mhz 315Mhz.
Rolling Code Duplicator 433Mhz 315Mhz Remote Control Detector
Rolling Code 433Mhz 315Mhz Remote Control Detector and Duplicator

Adjustable Frequency Remote Control Receiver and Replicator For Car repair service, Garage, workshop.

2 - in -1 433Mhz / 315Mhz Remote Control Code Scanner Detector key copier

Adjustable frequency Car key remote control Wireless Remote Key Code Scanner Detect, receive, copy car remote control signals, then command the car as freely as the cars owner

Adjustable frequency Remote Control Code Scanner receives the signal sent by the Rolling Code anti-theft system, save and copy the masters remote control signal The effective distance is 500 metres Save thirty remote control signals Decodability chip: PLC fake rolling code(5326), EV1527, PT2262, HT12E, HT6014

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Joined APSense since, November 28th, 2012, From Shenzhen, China.

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