Safety Lock D permits an operator of a police car or ambulance to leave
the vehicle without stopping the engine. This maintains the alternator
output to run the radio, computer, and lights. The simple pressing of a
button and removal of the key is all that is required. Upon the
operator's return the insertion of the key into the ignition lock
returns the system to normal operation.
Safety Lock D when installed in a vehicle permits the engine to run
with the key removed. Certain vehicles, namely Chrysler and Jeep, are
designed with anti-theft components to prevent running the engine
without an ignition key. The Safety Lock D is designed specifically to
permit the engines to run with the key removed. A simple push-button
switch sets the Safety Lock D. Unauthorized operation by a would be
"Joyrider" or thief is prevented as any attempt to shift the
transmission into gear will stop the engine. Once stopped, the engine
can only be restarted with the normal key. A Red LED in the push-button
switch illuminates as a reminder when the Safety Lock D is set.
A Pre-wired switch and
connector is supplied with the Safety Lock D.
A Controller that Permits
Unattended Engine Operation but Prevents Unauthorized use of the Vehicle
Permits Engine to Run with the
Ignition Key Removed
Engine Stops and Cannot be
Restarted if Attempt is Made to Drive Away