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Docooler® Car Remote Central Lock Locking Keyless Entry System with Remote Controllers

3.8 out of 5 stars 435 customer reviews
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  • 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
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Technical Details

Color: Standard
  • Model Number: K410

Product Description

Color: Standard

Main Features
Flashing alert.
LED indicator.
Suitable for all types of vehicles

Specifications
Voltage: +12V ¡À 2V(DC)
Static current: ¡Ü8mA
Max current: 15A
Direction output: ¡Ü15A
Central lock output: ¡Ü15A
Truck output: ¡Ü-500mA
Frequency: 315MHz
Item size: 8.5 * 7 * 2cm
Net weight: 232g

Package including
1 * Keyless Entry System
2 * Remote Controllers
1 * Wire
1 * User Manual

Product Information

Color:Standard

Technical Details

Item Weight 4 ounces
Product Dimensions 5 x 3 x 3.7 inches
Item model number K410
Wireless Remote No

Additional Information

ASIN B006QH9C5A
Customer Reviews
3.8 out of 5 stars 435 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #67 in Automotive > Interior Accessories > Antitheft > Keyless Entry
Shipping Weight 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available December 27, 2011

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Color: Standard Verified Purchase
I hooked this system up to a 1997 camry. This product is well made, the remotes are very nice and the buttons feel good to the touch. It took me (an amateur) a frustrating hour to install it, not because i couldn't identify which wires on my car were the lock/unlock wire but rather which wires coming from the module needed to go where. the included one page diagram is worthless. After researching and reading others reviews i FINALLY figured it out. The tip below assumes you have identified the following in your car: 12v constant, ground, unlock, and lock wires. This can be found on a diagram of your particular electrical system which should be fairly easy to find on the web.

THE KES WIRES: From what i found the only wires from the module that you need to concern yourself with, if you want the lock/unlock functions to work are the:
red (12v constant)
white (lock)
white/black (unlock)
black (ground)
yellow (ground)
yellow black (ground)

The mistake i found that i was making (that others did not mention and i guess is assumed knowledge) was the both the yellow (ground) and the yellow/black (ground) need to be tied into the black wire (ground) that go to a ground on your vehicle. The yellow and the yellow black are necessary to send a negative pulse to your door actuators to engage the locking or unlocking. I also found out that most foreign vehicles such as my own rely on a negative pulse, while some rely on a positive pulse. I cannot speak to that type of setup.

Had i had this previous knowledge i probably could have setup the whole system in 20 minutes or so. I was ready to do what I read others did, which was to send the unit back thinking that it was defective. Actually the worst part about this product is the instructions.
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Color: Standard
This is a great keyless entry system and it was very easy to install. I am surprised how good quality the fobs are. The system hooks up just like any other simple keyless entry system. There are other brands that you can simply go to their website and get your cars wiring diagram, etc. The instructions that come with it tell you enough info in order to hook the machine up but other websites help too.
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Pros:
- Inexpensive (under $20 shipped)
- Truly universal
- Key fobs are better than any OE remotes I've worked with (EE at tier 1 OEM automotive supplier)
- 100+ft range, line-of-sight
- Module is very small - installed in the door panel of my 2000 Crown Victoria Police Interceptor.

Cons:
- Wiring harness has thick-insulated 22 gauge fine stranded wires. Expected 18 gauge given current rating (15A)
- Range is less than 300ft (does not matter for my application)
- Four button remote but only two buttons have functions
- Board traces are not rated for the current of the included fuse
- Difficult to install without an automotive wiring background (not "plug 'n play" for most applications)

Operation:
This RKE module uses the standard 315mHz frequency (like all North American automotive remote keyless entry systems). The module has three relays and a low-active output, along with power, ground, and confirmation flash connections. The two SPDT relays allow wiring to high active, low active, and reverse-polarity door lock actuators. The single SPST relay allows for confirmation flash of lights (or horn, or beeper), one pulse for lock, two pulses for unlock. Module only has provision for all doors lock or all doors unlock, no "single click drivers, double click all" like OEM units. The module has a few convenient features, such as holding the lock button for 25 seconds of flashing lights (to help find the vehicle in a crowded parking lot, for instance) and holding the unlock button for two seconds to ground the trunk release pin (to activate a trunk popper or door poppers).
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Some might wonder why I'm installing this in a Civic EX since they come with a keyless entry. Well the previous owner managed to jack up the keyless entry in a mangled stereo install and the OEM components to replace it are way too expensive to put back in. So, I decided to give this a try and it worked just fine. For those wondering on the wiring I did the following using the wiring under the driver side kick panel (KES is the wires on the Keyless entry system):

KES - White ->Green/White (Door Lock)
KES - White/Black -> Green/Orange (Door Unlock)
KES - Yellow -> Black (Body Ground)
KES - Yellow/Black -> Black (Body Ground)
KES - Black -> Black (Body Ground)
KES - Red -> White (Constant +12V)
KES - Brown -> Red/Black (Parking Lights)
KES - Red/Black -> (not used)
KES - Orange -> (not used)
KES - Orange/Black -> (not used)

At this price it is hard to go wrong. One thing I am going to do is switch out the 15 amp fuse for a 5 amp since the board and wires likely cannot handle that amperage and 5 amps should be sufficient for operation.
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