CYPRESS, Calif., Jan. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Clarion Corporation of America, a market leader in mobile security systems for over 30 years, announces the availability of their latest 2-way security and remote start system the UNGO SR9000. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20070106/CLSA003LOGO ) The UNGO SR9000 2-way security and remote start system puts you in control of your vehicle up to a mile away. It offers innovative features such as Secure Digital Communication (SDC) transmitting signals over a wide range of digital frequencies. These signals resist jamming and interception providing long-range communication between the remote transmitter and the vehicle. The system also features anti-code grabbing technology, 4 auxiliary outputs and dedicated horn honk output. "Clarion's UNGO ProSecurity products have a long rich history of exceeding customer expectations with high-quality security systems," states Harry Fukuwa, Director of Pro Security for Clarion Corporation of America. "The SR9000 offers convenience and piece-of-mind that your vehicle control is at your fingertips even though you may be several thousand feet away." The UNGO SR9000 is currently widely available at Clarion authorized retailers across the United States and in Canada for an M.S.R.P. of $479.99.
UNGO SR9000: * (1) 2-Way LCD Remote Transmitter * Anti-Code Grabbing Technology * 4 Auxiliary Outputs * Compact Satellite Relays for Remote Start * Gasoline or Diesel Vehicle Compatibility * Short Run/ Turbo Timer Mode * Tachometer or Voltage Sensing * Dual Stage Impact Sensor * Dedicated Horn Honk Output * Ignition Controlled Door Locks * Driver's Door Unlock Priority Capable * Dome Light Supervision Output About Clarion: Clarion Corporation of America, headquartered in Cypress, California, is a subsidiary of Tokyo-based Clarion Co. Ltd., which joined the Hitachi-group companies as a consolidated subsidiary in 2006. Clarion Corporation of America ranks among the top 150 North American OEM Suppliers and is recognized by an independent research firm for the highest customer satisfaction for 6CD radios in new vehicle's sold in the U.S. Clarion, an international leader in mobile electronics since 1940, conducts research, development, engineering, design, manufacturing, sales and marketing of vehicle entertainment, navigation, rear vision, communications and security products for the automotive, marine and recreational vehicle environments. Clarion has over 10,000 employees worldwide and 12 factories in 10 countries, with marketing and sales affiliates in Europe, North and South America, Asia and Australia. Clarion is located on the Web at www.clarion.com.
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