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Replacement/Additional 2-way OLED Pager Remote for RS-1000OLED Alarm (XT100OLED, XT-100OLED)

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Replacement/Additional 2-way OLED Pager Remote for RS-1000OLED Alarm (XT100OLED, XT-100OLED)

$129.99

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  • Replacement/Additional Remote for AutoPage RS-1000OLED Alarm System
    • 5-button configuration with selectable Button Lock to prevent accidental mis-use.
    • Uses a rechargeable battery via Mini USB type connector
    • Battery life indicator and power save mode
    • Full color (O.L.E.D. Organic Light Emitting Diode) with over 100 icons and animation screens.
    • Optional Two Car Operation with LCD transmitter only
    • Transmits on FM band and receives on FM band.
    • 24-hour digital clock with count down timer for parking meter reminder. The clock doubles as a temperature indicator for monitoring in-car temperature. Displays in Fahrenheit or Celsius.
    • Multiple audible confirmation tones as well as vibrator mode for paging.
    • 2-way Transmitter Range Check Indicator
  • 1-year Manufacturer's warranty

Remote Control Features

Remote Type
The type of remote is determined by the remotes use.

Car Alarm remotes are used with security systems. These are mainly replacement remotes for the vehicles security system.

In-Dash Receiver remotes are used for controlling a compatible in-dash head unit.

Marine remotes are used for use on boats. They are marine certified and treated to withstand harsh marine conditions.

Television remotes are usually universal remotes that are compatible with all types of televisions. Some are also compatible with VCRs and DVD players.

Car Alarm
Compatible Brands
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For example, a JVC Bluetooth adapter will only work with JVC units. A Pioneer iPod adapter will only work with Pioneer head units.

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Wireless
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If the value is no, then the item requires a wire to transfer the signal.

Yes
Remote LCD Display
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Yes
Marine Certified
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No
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Warranty and Return Policy

Parts Warranty Duration
1 year
Labor Warranty Duration
1 year
Warranty Provider
Manufacturer

Summary of Customer Ratings & Reviews

Rating Distribution

5 Star
22%
4 Star
22%
3 Star
56%
2 Star
0%
1 Star
0%

Average Attribution Rating

Durability
3.4
Value
3.2
Features
4.3
Design
4.2
Usability
3.1
MJA

Austin, TX

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Great Remote

October 18, 2010

Great Remote when it works.... Third one so far. The first one was ruined by water being spilled on it but the second one had its battery stop taking a charge. So, I'm on number three and its working good so far.

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goatman

irvine, ca

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I would never get again!

January 17, 2012

I bout a car with this product already installed. Have gone through two remotes and am thinking buying a whole new car alarm instead of a new remote. It is expensive to get a new remote and have someone program it. The first one worked great and then one day the battery didn't want to charge. The second one the screen does not work and am starting to have battery issues. Another big problem is the remote start. I have a Subaru STi, it is manual, and if I accidentally touch the remote start button the system turns on and I cant shut it off until it is done doing its thing. An alarm should be simple, this one is not.

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Andrew

Hesperia, CA

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Great Alarm. Still reliable

September 8, 2010

I installed this system on my Tundra over 3 years ago and it still works great. It's alerted me to at distances of over a mile and like from the 20th floor of my hotel room all the way from the distance parking lot of the casino. Only issues are the price to buy a new OLED remote ($129!) and it's bulkiness. Durable though, survived running it over from my quad a year ago but is now showing some cracking issues.

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drmoney

Washington, DC

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Minor problems but still good to have.

March 3, 2010

This product has a lot of good features that I don't even use. Some of the features take too much "button pushing" to get to. The older model was more user friendly but this has a rechargeable battery. It says you have 2 bars left, but then the next time you look at it it's dead. The website said you can go for months. You have to charge about every 2 weeks, but you still save money on batteries.

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Nikon1

Suburban Philadelphia

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Sometimes newer isn't better

November 17, 2009

This seems to be the "second generation" of the XT-100-OLED remote, as the first generation had a red "Start (*)" button. Biggest difference between generation 1 (red *) and generation 2 (blue*) is battery life - and generation 2's battery life stinks.

With the original remote I only had to charge the remote about once a month; generation 2 requires a weekly charge. Remote range seems to be the same - but the remote is still too sensitive to damage & screen scratches.

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Jim

Carterville, Illinois

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AuroPage XT-100-OLED car remote

April 27, 2012

The item that I purchase was exactly as listed, exactly as expected, & worked perfectly once received. Shipping was fast & it was packaged well.

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Kneebuster

Golden, CO

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Great alarm system, not so great remote battery life

February 7, 2010

I've been very happy with the Autopage alarm and remote start. Unfortunately, the battery life on the OLED remote leaves something to be desired. I'm lucky if I get 4 days before the battery is dead, so I need to remember to charge it regularly. There is a power save mode, but it disables most of the functionality until you switch back to normal mode.

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Kurt

Minneapolis, MN

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It works pretty well, but...

September 22, 2011

The display has become so dim, it is difficult to see in a dark room. The power save option is not activated. This is the second unit that this has happened. The warranty covered the replacement of the original.

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Me

DFW, TX

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Agree with Nikon1 from November 2009

September 18, 2011

The new remote had a blue button instead of red, and noticed that I had to start charging weekly instead of monthly, which is rather annoying, but at least it is rechargable and for the most part a good remote.

Not sure if it is the remote or the alarm, but if you accidentally set off the alarm, trying to turn it off can be rather annoying as it is in the middle of trying to receive information while you try to push the alarm off button. I can press it half a dozen times or more before it will finally send the signal.

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Product Summary

Manufacturer

Model Number

XT-100-OLED

Weight

0.50lbs

Internal SKU

xt100oled

Internal Product ID

12126

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