NOVA - CODE-HOPPING REMOTE CONTROLS
What is the threat with remotes?
FIXED coded remote systems - particularly those using dipswitches to set the code, are very easy to copy or clone. They also offer a very limited number of possible codes. In other words, these systems only provide convenience, with very limited security.
The award-winning NOVA remote controls offer code-hopping technology (KeeloqTM encryption). Each code that is transmitted by the remote is totally and randomly different to the last code transmitted. This prevents unwanted copying of the remote signal and cloning of the remote itself. CENTURION NOVA remote controls offers the same level of security as currently provided by leading brand automobile manufacturers for immobilising vehicle alarms and activating door locks.
SMART is a remote control system which uses "self-learning" technology to make it very quick and easy to set up. Each transmitter has a unique code obviating the need to set dip switches and with no 2 codes alike, the system is very secure.
The new CENTURION remote is available with 1, 2, 3 or 4 buttons (CLASSIC limited to 3 buttons).
The novel design allows quick and easy access, without undoing any screws to either set the code (CLASSIC only) or replace the battery.
The CENTURION remote is compact enough to be put onto a key-ring or using the standard clip provided slipped onto a trouser belt or vehicle sun visor.
Whether operated hanging from the keys in the vehicle ignition or with a bunch of keys in the hand or simply by itself, the CENTURION remote is comfortable to use. The body of the remote can be rotated in it's clip so that the buttons are best positioned to suit the way in which the remote is held.
The CENTURION receiver is available with 1,2, 3 or 4 channels. (The CLASSIC is limited to a three-channel receiver) Each channel can be selected for either latching or non-latching output. The receiver uses self-learning technology to learn the code of the transmitter whether it is a CLASSIC, SMART2 or NOVA. The receiver is housed in its own weatherproof housing allowing quick and easy external mounting for improved range. The CENTURION receiver uses stable narrow band technology to ensure reliable reception over a long period of time.
UPANOVA - VERSATILE MULTI-USER REMOTE CONTROL RECEIVER
The SupaNOVA is a versatile remote control receiver compatible with the NOVA code-hopping (KeeloqTM) range of remote controls. It is the perfect tool for multi-user applications such as access points to housing estates, offices parks and industrial complexes by allowing quick and easy management of the remotes operating the system.
This receiver allows up to 1000 separate remote buttons to be learned in to the system. Maintaining a clean data base of memorised remote controls is easy with SupaNOVA’s ability to selectively delete individual buttons or complete remotes.
SupaNOVA even allows mapping of any button on a transmitter, to any of the three channels that come standard with the receiver. This caters for those of us who want our own specific sequence of buttons to, for example, first open the gate, then the garage door and then the alarm system.
The convenient memory module can be used to backup and restore large sites in seconds ensuring that your data is safe and maintaining your data base is easy.
The SupaNOVA remote control receiver system is made up of multiple components. There is the radio receiver module housed in a weatherproof enclusore for external mounting, ensuring optimum reception. The programming console is also supplied in a weatherproof enclosure, designed to be mounted in a secure and convenient position. Also included in the kit is a single plug-in backup memory module.