Key Fob Protector RFID Blocking
With cars that use ‘keyless systems’ there’s always a danger that thieves will intercept the key’s signal and use it to unlock the car. It’s important to remember that once the car is open, the key is not needed to start it.
How does auto theft occur?
Mostly, thieves work in pairs. Firstly, they check out cars in a car park and work out which ones use keyless systems. One of the thieves follows the owner with a scanner and tries to get into close contact. Mostly, a distance of a few meters suffices. He scans the signal from the key fob and transmits it to his accomplice who is already standing next to the car. The car recognises the signal and unlocks itself. This is known as ‘signal relaying’.
When you leave your car you should always put your fob into our key case to prevent the key from emitting its signal. It’s important to remember that even at home thieves can intercept the signal through the front door and steal your car from outside. Always put the key in its case when leaving your vehicle. In this way, you can effectively prevent it from being stolen.
One step ahead with the Key Fob Protector RFID Blocking
Protect your beloved car with the extraordinary pouch of nasafes. Go safe and shield against 315MHz and 433MHz.
Because automobile manufacturers use different MHz frequencies. For example european car manufacturers like BMW, Mercedes Benz, Volkswagen, Audi and Opel work with 433MHz.
Most asian and north american car manufacturers work with 315MHz.
With the nasafes key fob protector RFID blocking pouch your car is shielded against both MHz frequencies.