We have been fitting aftermarket electrical systems since the year 2000 and have seen vehicles become more complicated and diverse in that time. Customers will find that the type of alarm for their car is dictated by their vehicle make and model and will also depend on if the device is required for insurance.
Pandora alarms come with the latest technology, designed to work with modern car systems and provide for new complex systems but also for varied customer requirements. This is achieved through a logical interface accessed through a web browser to turn functions on and off and create complex event structures that may be unique to the customer. Most Pandora car alarms are capable of engine remote start and this is at extra cost.
If the car alarm keeps going off this can be because the car battery is low or needs replacing. You can get the level checked at most local car centres before paying for an investigation. The alarm system thinks a thief has tried to disconnect the car battery and this makes the siren trigger from its own battery backup supply.
When alarms false trigger customers usually assume there is a problem with the alarm system. However, the most common cause is a low vehicle battery and cold weather will often finish off a car battery that needs replacing.
Alarms can also trigger from other connected switches and contacts. Most systems will indicate with a code what has caused the device to trigger and counting the flashes or beeps will tell you the cause when disarming the vehicle.
We are car alarms specialists for Southampton, Portsmouth, Guildford, Hampshire, West Sussex, Havant, Romsey, New Forest, Bournemouth, Poole, Alton, Woking, Godalming, Hindhead, Petersfield, Chichester, Worthing, Arundel and Bognor Regis areas.