Best Central locking system

  • Lock/unlock
  • Trunk pop
  • Lights flash
  • Remotely lock and unlock your car.
  • With trunk release button.
  • Comes with 4 door lock actuator.
  • Remotely lock and unlock your car
  • Remote car location
  • Learning code remote controls
  • Central lock built-in; Central door lock automatically
  • Remote lock ; Trunk Release Output ( - negative output )
  • GREAT REPLACEMENT - replace the "dealer installed"...
  • Remotely lock / unlock your car. More easy way to control...
  • Remotely lock and unlock your car.
  • Flashing alert.
  • Universal Central door lock and unlock kit this kit will...
  • Easy installation no additional hardware required
  • Manufactured in China

A central locking system simultaneously opens all the doors, the boot lid and the fuel filler flap of a vehicle by operating one of the locks or a remote control. This has been on the market since the 90s. The first central locking systems were pneumatic systems, which locked all locks. Today’s systems are those that are controlled by an electrical system. The central locking system can also be operated from inside the vehicle. There is sometimes also a special switch, above the door latch on the driver’s door. On some models, the central locking system locks automatically when a certain speed is exceeded. When the vehicle stops and the driver removes the key from the ignition lock, the central locking system opens the vehicle.

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Central locking – General

The central locking system allows the vehicle to be opened much faster and saves the driver time. If you want to get into the car full of bags and bags, the central locking system proves to be particularly practical as not every door has to be unlocked individually. The central locking system also prevents the driver from forgetting to lock one of the doors. On models that lock automatically at a certain speed, the occupants are protected from thieves at red lights or in traffic who simply want to open the door and blackmail valuables. If the vehicle is in a confusing parking garage, a central locking system gives a feeling of security. Because often you just want to get out of the parking garage as quickly as possible. Drivers who can simply open the vehicle at the push of a button and enter and leave it quickly are certainly of little interest to potential thieves, as opposed to someone who stops in front of the vehicle and has to scramble for the key in his pocket, while experienced burglars break into vehicles equipped with a central locking system much less frequently. This is because they usually recognise in good time that a central locking system is in place and know that they will have to expect an immobiliser, so that burglary is usually not even worthwhile here. A central locking system can even save lives in the event of an accident. Most models of central locking systems are equipped with crash sensor technology that registers the accident. All locks are automatically opened in the event of a collision, enabling the occupants to escape from the vehicle. In addition, this function allows easier access for the emergency services.

While the newer vehicles are equipped with a central locking system as standard, this must first be installed in other vehicles. Before purchasing the central locking system, however, you should know whether your vehicle is equipped with an electronic or a mechanical locking system. The difference between these locking systems limits the choice of central locking systems. All in all, there is a universal central locking system which can be installed in any car as well as a central locking system which is offered by the vehicle manufacturer. Such a central locking system is adapted to the respective vehicle type. If the vehicle does not have an electronic locking mechanism, servomotors must be installed in the individual locks so that automatic opening and closing of doors is possible at all. Some universal central locking systems are supplied with the servomotors. It is therefore essential to select a central locking system that is optimally tailored to your needs.

Both a central locking system tailored to the vehicle model and a universal locking system have some advantages and disadvantages. If the central locking system was designed specifically for the vehicle model, it usually comes with detailed installation instructions so that it is easier to install. Even inexperienced fitters can do the work without any problems. In contrast to this, there are no installation instructions specific to the respective vehicle model for a universal locking system. The individual vehicle models are very often constructed very differently. This is why there is no getting around a specialist when installing such a central locking system. The advantage of such a central locking system lies in the fact that it can be installed in any vehicle model. Furthermore, the cost of such a central locking system is lower than that of a central locking system offered by the vehicle manufacturer. However, since money has to be spent to install a universal locking system, such a central locking system is not necessarily cheaper. Unless one has sufficient knowledge about the structure of the electronics of the vehicle as well as about the mechanical principles for the installation.

TOP 5 Central locking system Bestseller

KKmoon Universal Car Door Lock Keyless Entry System, Remote Central Control Locking Kit, with Trunk Release Button, with 4pcs Door Lock Actuator
  • Remotely lock and unlock your car.
  • With trunk release button.
  • Comes with 4 door lock actuator.
  • To help you find your car parking location.
  • Flashing alert. Universal, suitable for all types of cars.
Docooler Car Remote Central Lock Locking Keyless Entry System with Remote Controllers
  • Remotely lock and unlock your car
  • Remote car location
  • Learning code remote controls
  • Electric lock and air lock
  • Flashing alert, Suitable for all types of vehicles
X AUTOHAUX 4 Doors Central Lock Locking System Car Keyless Entry Kit with Actuator
  • Central lock built-in; Central door lock automatically
  • Remote lock ; Trunk Release Output ( - negative output )
  • GREAT REPLACEMENT - replace the "dealer installed" alarm/keyless system
  • UNIVERSAL - for 12 V vehicle with car alarm system
  • SUGGESTION - The installation had better to be operated by the technician in automobile stores or formal automobile repair stores, rather than yourself. If any need, please feel free to contact us.
KKmoon 12V Universal Car Remote Central Kit, Door Lock Locking Vehicle Keyless Entry System, with 2 Remote Control
  • Remotely lock / unlock your car. More easy way to control your car. Also with flashing alert.
  • Remotely lock and unlock your car.
  • Flashing alert.
  • To help you find your car parking location.
  • Universal, suitable for all types of cars.

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