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Auto Finder helps you find your car

Posted on Saturday, November 28 2009 @ 07:00:11 CET by

Bright Side of News reports about a new device named Auto Finder, as the name suggests this product helps you find your car. You can read more about it over here.
It is composed of two parts, the pointer remote and the beacon. The pointer remote, as you might have guessed, points you to the beacon which would be installed in your car. The way the pointer works is that it has three LEDs that indicate the direction of the beacon which then directs you towards your car. Since both products are battery operated, these devices do need to get their batteries replaced, but fortunately they only need to be replaced every six months under normal use. For optimal reception, Finder Technologies decided to go with dual omnidirectional antennas on the beacon and dual PCB trace antennas on the pointer to keep a low profile. In addition to that, multiple fynders [Finder’s trademarked term for the finder device] and beacons can be used for multiple cars, supporting up to 5 vehicles and drivers.



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