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iDatastart RF1111A RF Kit

Two 1-button 1-way remote control kit for your iDatastart remote start system (sold separately) — 3,000-foot range

Item # 794RF1111A

Item # 794RF1111A

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About the iDatastart RF1111A RF Kit

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Extend the range of your iDatastart remote start system

This RF1111A wireless remote kit extends the range of your iDatastart remote start system up to 3,000 feet — that's over a half mile. The kit includes an antenna/receiver that plugs into your iDatastart module via the included harness, along with two 1-button remote transmitters, so you've got a spare if you lose the first. Now you don't have to be within sight of your vehicle to start it with the factory key — you can use your RF1111A remote to start your engine and unlock your vehicle from the comfort of your home or office.

Product highlights:

  • RF remote control for iDatastart digital remote start systems
  • two 1-button 1-way remotes, antenna module, and wiring harness
  • range: up to 3,000 feet
  • functions include start/stop engine and lock/unlock doors
  • warranty: 1 year
  • MFR # RF1111A

What's in the box:

  • 2 RF Remotes
  • Transmitter antenna w/ 3M adhesive backing
  • 98" Antenna cable (4-pin connectors on both ends)
  • Owner's card (QR code for instructions)
  • ID Sticker

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More details on the iDatastart RF1111A RF Kit

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Overview: The ADS transmitter kit provides 1-way communication for activating you iDatastart HCX remote start module (sold separately). This 1-button remote system uses FM technology for up to 3000 feet of transmitting/receiving range.

Functions: The RF1111A 1-way remote features a single button on the front side which is pre-programmed for Lock/Arm, Unlock/Disarm, and Engine Start/Stop. A single LED at the top of the remote will light to confirm when the button is pressed and a command was sent to the remote start module. A single press of the button will Lock/Arm or Unlock/Disarm while pressing and holding the button will activate Engine Start or Engine Stop if the engine is already running.

Antenna: Included with the RF1111A remote controls is a 3-1/4" long-range antenna for achieving a maximum transmit/receive range of up to 3000 feet. The antenna features an adhesive backing, for mounting it high up on a dash or console, and a 98" cord that plugs directly into the iDatastart module. Two LEDs and a small push-button on the antenna are used to program additional or replacement remote controls. Up to 4 remotes can be programmed to the iDatastart module.

Owner's Card: Operating instructions for the RF1111A remotes can be accessed via the included Owner's Card. This features a QR code that can be scanned with a smartphone or tablet and will pull up the online instruction manual.

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brandon  Sep 15, 2022
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1-ways systems only transmit. 2-ways systems receive confirmation of whether the command was successful at the vehicle.
thomas  Sep 16, 2022 (Staff)

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