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Cobra launches range of wireless alarms

Cobra UK has launched a range of new wireless alarms which aim to reduce fitting times and drive down security costs for new and used cars and light commercials.

The Thatcham CAT 2-1 accredited 4600 series of alarms employs technology which links the alarm’s central unit and the siren via a wireless connection.

A major benefit of wireless technology is that fitting times are reduced by around half an hour. A secondary benefit is that the alarm installation doesn’t interfere with the integrity of the vehicle as no holes are drilled in the vehicle’s bulkhead.

The 4600 series is available with or without remote control arming/disarming and standard features include a built-in immobiliser, passive arming, perimetric protection of the boot, doors and bonnet, built-in ultrasonics and an anti-hijack facility.

The 4600 range can be sourced through Cobra’s nationwide dealer network and comes with a three year warranty as standard.

“Cobra is constantly working on security initiatives that provide added value to our dealer network and their customers,” said Cobra UK’s managing director Andrew Smith.

“The 4600 series provides all the benefits of a modern alarm and immobiliser system with reduced fitting times. In this current economic climate reducing fitting times and therefore costs have got to be a win-win situation for all concerned.”

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