Omega Research and Development is shipping a new Excalibur 60-Series remote start line up that offers advanced features and more programming capability.
It retains the same features of the 50-Series including xOS updatable firmware, dual independent data ports, and ECHO compatibility.
But now, each of the ports can be independently selected to run different protocols. So an installer can run the iDatalink protocol on one data port so the remote start may be used with a smartphone through CarLink. And he can run the DBI protocol on the second port to use a data bypass module with the remote start. He may run both ports on ADS or both on DBI, said Omega.
The features menu is now consistent across all 60-Series models for easier programming.
All 60-series remote start systems offer Virtual Alarm technology, which means that a remote start may be configured as a simple remote start or as a full alarm system with remote start.
“By adding virtual door trigger inputs and a virtual dual zone sensor port to our library of data commands, our data ports gain access to a full suite of security features through the vehicle’s data network when coupled with our OL-MDB-ALL integration module,” said the company.
All 1-button 60-Series systems support keyless entry.
New transmitters are also now smaller and thinner. A new #159 2-way transmitter has a larger LCD screen with simpler graphics and a new #1411 now has a rigid chrome frame and backlit logo.
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Omega Research is a VOXX Electronics (Audiovox) brand.