SEATTLE–Firstech, LLC, makers of Compustar, released a new 7-series line of remote starters that work more easily with data modules.
Data modules allow remote starters to easily install in a given car.
The CM-7000 and CM-7200, (also called 7AS and 7S) replace Compustar’s earlier remote start line. The new units will accept a data module from iDatalink in the shape of a cartridge, which is called the Blade. The Blade can now slide in and out of a socket via quick release on the remote start.
New for both the 7AS and the 7S are 3 jumper-selectable high current outputs, which change the output functions for flexibility. Also, a dedicated low-current output port allows for a simplified installation with fewer connections for low current vehicles.
Also new is an additional RS232 2-way data port that supports protocols for iDatalink, Fortin, and the company’s telematics solution, DroneMobile.
The FT-7200S-CONT (remote start only) has a suggested retail price of $99.99 without labor. The FT-7000AS-CONT (remote start + security with security sensors and siren included) is priced at $199.99, and the Blade at $99.99.
For more information on Compustar visit http://www.compustar.com/7.