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MAY-JUN 2018

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16TM001 General Motors Trademarks are used under license to STRATTEC Security Corporation. AFTERMARKET SOLUTIONS KEYS, KEY CONTROLS & AUTOMOTIVE Request information: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/10215947 Cadillac Proximity Fobs from STRATTEC Strattec is pleased to announce four new Cadillac Proximity Fobs to our line of GM original Remotes. The 5931852 and 5931857 PEPS Fobs can conveniently be on-board programmed and cover Cadillac SRX from 2010 – 2015 as well as Cadillac ATS, CT5 from 2013 to 2015. The 5931855 and 5931856 PEPS Fobs cover the Cadillac XTS from 2013 – 2015. On-Board programming is also available for these Fobs. They utilize our emergency key (5912534). Be sure to ask for the originals at your distributor today! To see all the applications for these keys, visit the links below. Request more information: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12385071 http://aftermarket.strattec.com Gen 5 PEPS fobs for select Ford vehicles New for 2018 are SVT style Gen 5 PEPS fobs for select Ford vehicles. The 2018 F150 Raptor Series has a specialized logo as well as the limited Ford Cobra. Now from Strattec, part numbers 5933019 and 5933020 have the Raptor logo. Part numbers 5933021 and 5933022 have the Cobra logo. There is also a specific back- up key (part number 5931475) that is paired with all four part numbers. To see all the applications for these keys, visit the links below. Request more information: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12385066 http://aftermarket.strattec.com CyberLock ValidiKey 20 Vault The VALIDIKEY 20 Vault from Cyberlock is designed to charge, program and dispense 20 CyberKey smart keys. The keys are secured in the vault in an unprogrammed state until an approved PIN and/or RFID card is presented. Following the presentation of a PIN or RFID card, the vault programs a key with access permissions, releases the door latch, and illuminates the programmed key. Keys are programmed with specific permissions assigned to each specific user. The unit can function as a standalone system, or it can be scalable, meaning numerous vaults can communicate within a single CyberAudit Enterprise system. Request more information: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12400443

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