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In the last two blogs, I described the issue I had. Electronic Diet Electronic Diet - part 2   I have a spare car that has an older model alarm system fitted just to provide remote lock/unlock. The car has central locking and uses a transponder key, so it's not that easy to steal, but the flashing LED right next to the ignition barrel does suggest it might make noises if you break in.   The unit was fitted when we first got it, and it allowed my wife to open the doors from the footpa ...
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Electronic Diet - part 2

Posted by mcb1 Top Member Mar 23, 2018
In my first post Electronic Diet I explained the title   Okay so the title is a bit misleading. I'm not planning on consumming electronics, or removing electronics from my diet (no I don't eat parts) source https://favim.com/image/474959/     The plan  1. Check the current consumption of the unit. 2. Check to see if it can easily be reduced, and by how much. 3. Either fix it or replace it.     I've managed to find all the information about my fitted alarm unit. ...
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Electronic Diet

Posted by mcb1 Top Member Mar 21, 2018
Okay so the title is a bit misleading. I'm not planning on consumming electronics, or removing electronics from my diet (no I don't eat parts) source https://favim.com/image/474959/     I have a spare car that has an older model alarm system fitted just to provide remote lock/unlock. The car has central locking and uses a transponder key, so it's not that easy to steal, but the flashing LED right next to the ignition barrel does suggest it might make noises if you break in. &# ...