How Do You Know Which Motorcycle Alarm System is Best For Your bike- by aihaozhe2

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									By way of all the competing technology or so called modern advances its hard to
establish which is best for your motorcycle security. Bike thieves nowadays do not
have to to start your motorbike to take it they have been picking them up and putting
them in the backs of vans rendering your motorcycle alarm system ineffective.

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The Lo-Jack motorcycle security system was released in 1984 and is centered on
Loran-C Technology. To work it necessitates that a police vehicle is equipped with a
particular radio receiver to trace the signal put out by the Lo-Jack product. Lo-Jack
works by emitting and FM structured homing signal. A homing receiver indicates the
direction only of the homing signal; it can't reveal the precise location. For instance
the receiver is not able to tell if the homing device is 10 ft or a mile away.

Lo-Jack is also limited to a a small amount of counties in approximately 26 markets
nationally. Lo-Jack is also limited to whichever city inside those markets that have
their units operational on the police vehicles.

Cycle Protect
Cycle Protect is probably a a lot more powerful motorcycle alarm system. It's a
wireless data, GPS device. Physically the Cycle Protect is to some extent larger than
the Phantom Tracker System and calls for external antennas which can plainly be
noticed on the motorcycle. The position of the antennas makes them vulnerable to
tampering and disabling by a thief.

In the course of an alarm occurrence the Cycle Protect device text messages a
pre-designated mobile phone number. After that the owner must get to a computer
with an internet connection, access the Cycle Protect web site, enter passwords and
then will be shown the position of the motorcycle. The owner then has to phone the
local law enforcement and ask them for aid in locating the motorcycle. There is no
call center to notify the owner and police of a theft even; nor is collision detection on
hand for this product.

Scorpio Motorcycle Alarm
The Scorpio products offering is a two-way FM motorcycle security system using a
miniature handheld receiver. It functions by the owner arming the motorcycle and
after that if the motorcycle is moved the Scorpio alarm on the motorcycle transmits a
radio signal to the transceiver that vibrates emitting a beeping noise. Though Scorpio
claims ranges up to one mile this is dependent on a clear line of sight. Trees,
structures, automobiles, elevation changes and other obstacles weaken useful range of
the apparatus.
There is no recovery feature with this system; once the motorcycle is stolen the actual
use of the device is finished.

Conventional Wheel Locks, Fork Locks, and Chain Locks
These products have been around as long as motorcycles have been around. They do
give some protection by immobilizing the motorcycle but they have limits to their
effectiveness. Wheel locks that generally connect to the front rotor of the motorcycle
have received a lot of awareness lately, nonetheless since a significant number of
motorcycles are stolen by picking them up and putting them into a truck, wheel locks
are ineffective in these cases. The same goes for fork locks which lock the front forks
of the motorcycle into a turned position, picking up the motorcycle would make this
ineffective as well.

Chain locks work considerably in these situations if the motorcycle is chained to a
stationary object however stationary objects are not always to be had in all places.

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