The Ghost is the original aftermarket CAN bus immobiliser. Protect your car from theft like nothing else on the market today.
Now TASSA verified. Who is TASSA? TASSA is a 3rd party group of industry experts from police and security testing backgrounds. For more information on them go to www.tassa.pro
The new TASSA verified Ghost-II systems also includes a special vehicle marking system used by insurance companies across Europe linking to the International Security Register.
The Ghost protects your car from key-cloning, hacking, and even key theft. The Ghost has no key-fobs or LED indications to give away its location. The Ghost uses the buttons in your vehicle such as those on the steering wheel, door panels or centre console, to allow you to make a unique, changeable, disarm sequence (like a PIN code) that must first be entered before you can drive your car. Just like your credit card but you can make your car disarm sequence even safer by making it up to 20 presses long!
In order to make extreme security also be hassle free, Autowatch have created a smart-phone application that connects to your car and allows you to get in and drive without having to enter the disarm sequence. This Ghost-II allows 2 phones to be connected. All you have to do is pair your phone with your Ghost-II, leave the Autowatch Ghost-II application running in the background with Bluetooth enabled and you can drive conveniently and securely. However, remember that if you phone is in range (5m to 10m) and the application is running the Ghost-II will be disarmed.
Search the Apple App Store for Autowatch Ghost-II or click here
Search the Play Store for Autowatch Ghost-II or click here
Important notes: We are at the mercy of phone manufacturers and operating system providers (Apple and Android). We test as much as possible on as many devices as possible but a software update might change how the phone uses Bluetooth and interrupt the functions of the Ghost. This sometimes happens at the first release of a major iOS update and subsequently gets fixed as minor updates follow. Always use the app as a convenience feature and not the primary disarm method. Always remember your disarm sequence and ALWAYS have access to your emergency code.