SEER allows you to program your vehicle to perform actions based on proximity or events.
For example, you can program SEER to automatically unlock your vehicle as you approach it and lock your vehicle as you walk away. Additionally, you can use SEER to trigger your headlights, dome lights, power side steps, etc. The options are practically limitless, as SEER can be programmed to trigger nearly any electronic function of your vehicle based on your proximity.
Can I control more than door locks with SEER?
Yes! You can control any factory or aftermarket electronic component of your vehicle, though some components may require additional equipment.
Examples of features that can be controlled by proximity: headlights, dome light, puddle light, backup light, mirrors, side steps, and horn.
What type of events can SEER be programmed to trigger an action for?
Some actions or events that SEER can monitor are ignition, tachometer, speed sensor, light status, accessory, parking brake, door status, liftgate/trunk, brake signal status, motion sensor, bed door, hood, convertible top, and sunroof . SEER can be programmed to trigger specific actions based on certain events. For example, it can be programmed to turn on the bed light when the liftgate is opened or close a convertible top if the rain sensor detects moisture.
Can SEER be used to lock storage boxes or compartments?
Yes! Assuming you can electrically actuate the locking mechanism, SEER can be programmed to control it. For example, SEER can be used to lock compartments on an ambulance, automatically enable or disable an alarm on a hydraulic system, or simply lock or unlock a toolbox.
Does SEER require a smartphone?
Nope! SEER recognizes you by a small tag you keep on your keyring. However, the installer will need to use a smartphone to load some software into SEER.
How big is the tag?
The SEER tag measures 1″ wide by 1.25″ long by 1/4″ thick.
What vehicles is SEER compatible with?
SEER is compatible with almost all vehicles.*
*Limited compatibility for some European makes. Contact us for more details.
Does SEER use RFID technology?
No, SEER uses an advanced encryption technology this is secured against both relay and replay exploits, making it more sophisticated than most similar systems.
How do I install SEER?
The installation method for SEER will vary from vehicle to vehicle. While those with vehicle electronics experience can install SEER on their own, we recommend working with an approved dealer to ensure correct installation, as well as to provide custom programming. You can find an installer here.
How many tags are included with SEER?
SEER includes two tags.
How can I get additional tags?
We cannot provide more than two tags at this time.
Each SEER tag comes with one CR1632 battery. This battery is common and inexpensive, and it’s easy to replace. See the SEER User Guide for instructions. Depending on usage, the battery should last 6 – 12 months.
Will SEER work with analog systems on classic cars?
Yes, SEER is compatible with both digital and analog systems.
Does SEER work with multiple vehicles?
SEER is compatible with all vehicles, but each vehicle must have a unique SEER module installed. This means that each vehicle will have a unique set of SEER tags.
Will I ever need to reset SEER?
Nope! Because of our advanced technology, you can set it and forget it!
Will I ever need to reprogram SEER?
SEER does not need to be reprogrammed after installation is completed. However, if you wish to change settings that were configured at installation – say, for example, that you want to change your proximity trigger from 10 feet to 8 feet – you can reprogram SEER to do that.
Will SEER prevent theft?
SEER can certainly be used as a security device, only it is intended to be much more than that.
However, if you were to only use SEER to unlock your vehicle doors, it would be a significant theft deterrent. Likewise, you can lock out the starter with SEER.
The important thing to understand is that the SEER system is more secure than most factory keys or key tags. SEER can also be used to lock more than just vehicle doors – a utility truck operator, for example, could use SEER to lock both their vehicle and all utility body doors and panels once they’re a certain distance away.
Of course, just like any other security product, SEER doesn’t prevent every type of theft, nor can it deter every kind of thief.
What makes SEER so much more secure than factory keys and key tags?
Without giving too many secrets away, SEER uses an encrypted “handshake” to identify each tag, with a rolling code that is never duplicate. This method makes it nearly impossible for third parties to “clone” or “steal” the tag, as each handshake is unique. This prevents the types of “relay” and “replay” security system attacks that plague many OEM security measures.
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