About the iDatastart TR2310A
If you want to add a remote transmitter to your iDatastart system, their TR2310A 1-button 2-way remote will give you the ability to start your engine and unlock your vehicle from up to 3,000 feet away — and get confirmation with a flash and a chirp that each function was performed. This remote works with any iDatastart system that includes a range-extending RF kit. Warranty: 1 year.
What's in the box:
- One 1-button 2-way RF remote (installed CR2450 battery)
- Owner's card (QR code for instructions)
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More details on the iDatastart TR2310A
Overview: The iDatastart TR2310A is an add-on remote that uses 2-way communication for activating you iDatastart remote start system (sold separately), while providing feedback for each command given. This 5-button remote system uses FM technology for up to 3000 feet of transmitting range, when combined with an iDatastart RF range-extending remote transmitter kit (sold separately).
- Note: This is a replacement remote only, and does not include an RF range-extending transmitting antenna.
Functions: The TR2310A 2-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, and will light afterwards to confirm that that command was performed. 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.
Compatibility: The iDatastart TR2310A remote can be added-on to any iDatastart range-extending RF kit, including the RF2312A transmitter kit.
Owner's Card: Operating instructions for the TR2310A 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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