|Item Weight||1.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 5 x 7.2 inches|
|Item model number||DX382|
|Warranty||Limited Manufacturer Warranty - XO Vision warrants to the original retail purchaser of this product that should this product have any defect, under normal conditions, such defect(s) will be repaired or replaced with new or reconditioned product (at the Company's option) without charge for parts and repair labor. This warranty only covers manufacturer defects and must be returned to company in original condition. Proof of Purchase is required. This Warranty does not cover the costs incurred for installation, removal, product damages (i.e. discs, tapes, etc.) or reinstallation of the product. This warranty is void if company deems the unit to have been damaged through modification, improper installation, negligence, misuse, or tampering with the Serial number and/or bar code of the unit. This warranty is a limited warranty for repair/replacement of product if it falls under the above conditions. XO Vision is never responsible for more than the purchase price of the product. XO Vision encourages customers to visit our FAQ section on our website at: www.XOVision.com. Please email us at: CustomerService@XOVision.com for technical support (Please mention your model number, date of purchase and brief details of the problem you are having).|
XO Vision DX382 Universal Car Alarm System with Two 4-Button Remotes
- Includes two four-button keychain remotes for arming/disarming system
- Advanced electronic shock sensor emit a warning or alarm when vehicle is hit or moved
- Convenience features like car finder, power trunk release, vehicle lock/unlock
- Anti car jacking protection
- One-year warranty
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|Item Dimensions||5 x 5 x 7.24 in||4.8 x 7.2 x 5.4 in||4.1 x 7.4 x 5.5 in||5.5 x 7.5 x 5 in||—||—|
|Style Name||—||3100LX||2015 MODEL||—||—||—|
Amazon.com Product Description The XO Vision DX382 is a great way to protect your vehicle without emptying your wallet. You'll get modern features like remote arming/disarming, anti-car-jacking protection, an advanced electronic shock sensor, and of course, a little peace of mind.
Protect your vehicle without emptying your wallet.
The included 4-Button remotes allow you to lock/unlock the vehicle, disarm or activate the alarm (panic mode) within reception range. A "hopping code" means the frequency can't be easily intercepted and duplicated.
In a crowded parking lot? Easily find your car by activating the car finder, which produces one long sound followed by 30 seconds of flashing vehicle lights.
The DX382 also features power trunk release and vehicle lock/unlock.
Includes two four-button remotes.
Advanced Electronic Shock Sensor
Shock sensors emit a warning or alarm when your vehicle is hit or moved. The DX382 features a multi-stage sensor that emits chirps for lighter touches and a full-blown alarm/horn honking for heavier impacts.
Anti Car-Jacking Protection
The DX382 offers three ways to help in the event of an attempt to hijack the vehicle: remote button control, triggered by the door opening, or by the ignition switch. The mode is disabled via the remote, and if not disabled, activates an alarm of increasing intensity and eventually disables the engine.
High Frequency Transmitter/Receiver
High Frequency systems avoid interference from other radio devices and offer increased range.
The DX382 is covered for a year after purchase.
What's in the Box
XO Vision DX382 Universal Car Alarm System, Two 4-Button Remotes, Installation Manual
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There is no sounder supplied with this kit. You have to buy a siren separately.
The alarm is a brain that has many features. I appreciate that you can use as many or as few features as you want. I installed the brain, the shock sensor, the blinky blue LED and a separately purchased siren on the first afternoon and stopped there because.... well... I just haven't gotten around to doing anything more. I put it on a classic vehicle. Around this neighborhood there's more brazen stupidity than careful thievery acumen, so the blinky light and noise maker scares people off. I had to extend the wires to put the LED, which flashes when the alarm is armed, up by the rearview mirror which makes it look like a high class installation. The fact that the LED is blue is great. It's better than the older red ones because the blue is piercing and scums can see it from the end of the block.
The features I haven't yet deployed are switches that would set off the alarm if someone opens the hood or trunk and a thing to open or close your electric locks. My vehicle doesn't have electric locks, but you can buy aftermarket actuators that will turn your old fashioned locks into modern remotely operated ones. I really want that feature but the classic is in storage at the moment, so I'll get there eventually.
The shock sensor has two different adjustments because it has two thresholds. You can adjust the force required for it make just a warning chirp and the force required for it to set off the loud siren. It is difficult to get this where you want it like at least one other reviewer said because the method it uses to detect shock gets set off by fireworks (which you have a lot of in trashy neighborhoods where an alarm is necessary) and by loud pipes on motorcycles, etc. The shock sensor is good in my case because even though I didn't bother to install the door switches yet, the shock sensor will set off the alarm from the force of someone getting in and slamming the heavy classic vehicle door shut behind them.
One small negative is that it's easy to accidentally press the buttons on the remote. I have occasionally hit the buttons as I'm getting the keys out of my pocket. Doesn't happen with the other alarm fob on the same keychain.
It's clickers are nice. It has an adjustable screw on the sensor, which it fantastic. That way you can adjust how sensitive the alarm trigger will be.
This product is such a good value that I'm gonna purchase another, just incase down the road I need another, I'll have it.
Do yourself a favor and get some butt-splice connectors and some crimps for it. Unless you prefer to solder the wires.
Fot the second time I came across some none sense comments while trying to buy another one of this unit for my 2002 Toyota RAV4, it worth it to give five stars to this unit and the sellers, it is common sense my ignorance is not the the unit's fault or the sellers mistake, the only reason why I am not buying this unit at for the second time is because its price just went up $30.00 so I am trying different brand for cheaper price. All I can say is let us be honest and give a good review this particular unit deservs, I am regular shopper on amazon and only on amazon, Amazon is my only online store for so many reasons so, I spend thousands a year on amazon. When I have few minutes to look through my past orders, I make sure I review and comment on them, if they don't belong on the market I make sure I mention that. otherwise if they offer legitimate and professional service, they deserve good comments.
My only real gripe is that the remote fobs use some weird batteries that are kind of pricey and I've had to replace them a couple times but not a big deal. You can't beat this alarm for the price, period! If I needed to add remote to another car, I would purchase this alarm again.