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RibRoy 14 April 2006 05:00

Wireless Kill Cord
 
Hi,
I,m assisting a friend who is developing a wireless electronic killcord.
Trying to translate this in to english, we wonder ; What is the correct word to use for this product in English ?

Thanks.

This is the website of www.coastkey.com. soon i English :)

Ribshop 14 April 2006 05:07

We have used these: http://66.249.93.104/search?q=cache:...n&ct=clnk&cd=4

MikeCC 14 April 2006 05:40

Wireless immobiliser (or Wireless imMOBiliser), Wireless safety switch, wireless MOB cutout, wireless kill switch - take your pick.

Wireless killcord sounds a bit of a contradiction !

What frequency are you using? I've recently been reading about wireless alarms lately with all sorts of stories about the 433MHz frequency not being reliable due to so many devices using it (eg wireless car keys, house alarms, car alarms) Also susceptible to high-power cross-interference unless out of range filtering is good quality. Not problems you would want on a boat at full lick!

steedthrust 14 April 2006 07:56

I thought this was an anti-KISS device but liked 2 of the ideas

1. Acts as boat immobiliser, great someone told me there are only 10 Honda keys.
2. Allows restart after 5 secs, saves the panic of looking for another killcord.

But still seems to be unnessecary complications.

Ribshop 14 April 2006 08:05

10 Honda keys, is far as I am aware there is only one.

Stephen-RIB 15 April 2006 03:23

Has any one seen this or tried it?
MOBwatcher

RibRoy 10 July 2006 16:38

CoastKey
 
The English version is no up and running. Could you please read it, and give a hint if there is a lot of mispelling and bad grammar ?

Thanks

www.coastkey.com

jyasaki 11 July 2006 13:58

On the Coastkey page, Paragraph 2; you have "secounds" rather than "seconds". And "secound", rather than "second". Actually, same thing under "signal light".

Under:
Remote Start or Tilt

You can remotly start the engine within a radius of 8 - 10 meters.
The engins can be tilted up or down within the same radius.

"remotely", "engine" or "engines".

That was all I noticed.

jky

RibRoy 11 July 2006 15:47

Quote:

Originally Posted by jyasaki
On the Coastkey page, Paragraph 2; you have "secounds" rather than "seconds". And "secound", rather than "second". Actually, same thing under "signal light".

Under:
Remote Start or Tilt

You can remotly start the engine within a radius of 8 - 10 meters.
The engins can be tilted up or down within the same radius.

"remotely", "engine" or "engines".

That was all I noticed.

jky

Thanks :)


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