Autowatch UK Ltd was established in 1993 and is a part of the PFK Electronics group. Autowatch UK has earned a reputation for the supplying of quality Vehicle security systems, Damage Prevention systems, Pedestrian/Cyclist Warning systems, GSM Paging systems, GPS Tracking, Reverse parking sensor systems, Caravan alarms, Reverse cameras & LCD monitors, Digital video recorders, Power Comms Video Transmission systems, Alcohol Breathalyser Interlocks and 360 Bird’s Eye View camera systems.

Autowatch UK Ltd supplies over 350 approved ftment centres countrywide.

Autowatch UK Ltd offers excellent after sales service.

The Ghost Immobiliser systems are guaranteed for 2 years.

The products are of the highest quality and are manufactured in a ISO 9001/TS16949 accredited factory.

Autowatch UK Ltd offers solutions for cars, commercial vans, motor homes, coaches, rigid lorries and heavy goods vehicles (HGVs).

NEXT GENERATION VEHICLE  PROTECTION

The Ghost is a unique, next generation device that secures your vehicle without the need for cutting wires or adding after-market key fobs.

The device is connected to the vehicles CAN data network and a personalised PIN code is programmed into the Ghost using buttons on the dash and steering wheel.


ADVANTAGES

Engine start blocking

Engine start blocking

The Ghost will prevent the starting of the engine unless the unique, user defined PIN code has been entered first.
Undetectable using diagnostics

Undetectable using diagnostics

A modern thief can use diagnostics to detect circuit cuts on modern vehicles. The Ghost has no circuit cuts so it cannot be found using these methods.
No radio frequency signals

No radio frequency signals

Thieves cannot use sophisticated RF scanning, code grabbing technology to detect what security device your vehicle has when it does not transmit any signals like conventional security systems.
Advantages of using the CAN data network

Advantages of using the CAN data network

The use of the CAN data bus has several advantages data including low risk during installation, low probability of detection, and llows for placement almost anywhere in the vehicle.
Silent operation

Silent operation

Because the unit communicates with the ECU on the data bus to immobilise the vehicle there is no way a thief could listen for the tell-tale clicking of a traditional immobiliser relay.

THE GAME CHANGER

Stops key cloning and ECU swapping

Stops key cloning and ECU swapping

A thief cannot simply add a new key or replace an ECU to bypass the Ghost and start the vehicle. Only a correct PIN code will allow the engine to start.
Tested for each vehicle

Tested for each vehicle

Due to the nature of the data bus communication the Ghost has been adapted and tested for every vehicle we list as compatible. If we list your vehicle you can be sure we have thoroughly tested its operation with the Ghost.
Weatherproof tiny device

Weatherproof tiny device

The Ghost is sealed and so small it can be installed and wrapped into the vehicle harness anywhere in the vehicle making it near impossible for a thief to find.
Emergency PIN code override

Emergency PIN code override

If the PIN code is forgotten, the car is sold or a button is broken there is a secure, unique reset code for each device.
Service / Valet mode

Service / Valet mode

Service mode allows your vehicle to temporarily start and drive without requiring the PIN code. The Ghost will exit service mode based on speed and time or by simply entering the PIN code.
Simple PIN code change process

Simple PIN code change process

At any time you can easily change the PIN code. Only you will know the unique PIN code for your vehicle.
Uses the vehicle’s original buttons to enter the PIN code

Uses the vehicle’s original buttons to enter the PIN code

The buttons in modern vehicles send data all around the vehicle which allows us to detect many different keys being pressed without extra wiring.

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