A key fob replacement case can be used with Cobra alarms 1046, 3193,...
Our bespoke custom made leather case is suitable for Cobra ADR cards and...
A key fob replacement can be used with Cobra alarms 1046, 3193, 3196,...
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This is the outer case to use as a replacement for a Cobra Touch Key
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The Cobra A4138 Thatcham Cat 1 Alarm offers all the reassurance and high quality you'd expect from such a prestigious company. Coupled with the fact it's been certified by Thatcham it's credentials to secure are assured.
Offering such features as the Anti Hijack Facility to bring about a quick and safe shutdown of the vehicle it stops criminals in their tracks.
The Cobra A4138 offers brand new security aspects including the automatic hazard light warning feature which activates the hazard lights automatically in the event of emergency braking.
The Panic Facility features on the key fob which activates the alarm's siren should a scenario arise which requires such action. In a personal attack situation depressing secondary button on the remote will sound the siren for 30 seconds (or until the secondary button is depressed again).
Also featuring an Emergency Override function should you need to disable the alarm manually, the Cobra A4138 Thatcham Cat 1 Alarm has all situations covered.
And the siren is a class leader, it's shrill and loud enough to get attention and deter, exactly how a great alarm should be. With the option to set a desired volume for the arm and dis-arm chirps
So if you need a Thatcham approved alarm to work with your current remote locking system then this really is a great choice, don't forget we can arrange to have it fitted should you need. Simply select the mobile installation option when purchasing.
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"Quite simply, if a product carries the Thatcham Quality Assured trademark – you can rely on it!" - Thatcham Research