12th May 2005

Motorcycle Alarm Systems

Generally,motorcycle alarm systems work differently from those of cars.

Shock Sensors

If your motorbike is moved, touched or otherwise tampered with, a signal will be transmitted to the alarm box, sounding a loud distress signal. As with car alarms, most motorcycle alarm sensors come with different settings to suit your environment. For example, leaving your motorcycle in a garage will require a more sensitive setting than leaving it outside in the elements.

Tilt Sensors

In much the same way that car alarms are hooked up to mercury balance sensors, motorcycles can be, too. This is an almost failsafe way of detecting interference with your bike.

Remote Receiver

Using your remote control, you can activate or deactivate the alarm, and even change alarm settings.

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