Most vehicle keys are fitted with a transponder (chip) which is a small electronic device that will fit into the head of the key or onto the circuit board of the central locking remote control. This transponder holds a code which is transmitted to the vehicle's immobiliser and if correct will allow the vehicle to be started and to continue running. Transponder technology has developed and later systems use rolling (cryptographic) codes to improve the security of the system.
ATL offers a comprehensive range of original keys, remote controls and transponders (chips) along with special duplication keys
The advanced diagnostic features enable to perform dealer level diagnostics for procedures such as key learning, as well as ECU reading
key learning transponder reading and preparation ID box reset provides all models up until the current models produced.
Standard diagnostic functions: