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2-Way Paging Remote Start Vehicle Security System w/5 Button Remote & BLADE Technology

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General Features:
  • 2-Way Keyless Entry Car Alarm System with Remote Start
  • Equipped with Omega's ECHO 2-way technology
  • Intuitive reporting provides real time alerts for all functions
  • 5-Button Slim Transmitter with LCD Display
    • 4-button slim sidekick remote control transmitter
  • BLADE cartridge compatible
  • Dual data ports support iDatalink and DBI protocols independently
  • Up to 4 aux outputs
  • Coded override with 99 possible combinations
  • Ultra compact AU-73M siren included
  • Comes with AU84T dual zone impact detector
  • Simultaneous horn honk and siren alert
  • Enhanced audible remote start diagnostics
  • Low temperature and low voltage auto start
  • Turbo timer
  • Run time extender and expiration warning
  • Parking and remote start timers
  • Starter kill switch prevents vehicle from starting when alarm is armed
  • Works with both manual transmissions and diesel engines
  • Supports multiple vehicles
  • Authorized Internet Dealer
  • 1-year Manufacturer's Warranty

General Features

Security System Type
This indicates whether the product is a security car alarm product, remote start module, or a combo unit that offers security with remote start features.

Security: This means that the car alarm system is just that. No bells and whistles, just a car alarm system.

Remote Start: when installed, this allows the user to start a vehicle from a remote location. Remote start modules and security with remote start alarms often require an additional vehicle specific bypass module to complete installation.

Security with Remote Start: This means that the system incorporates both features listed above.

Security with Remote Start
Car Alarm
If "Yes", the system will have alarm security features to help prevent vehicle theft and tampering. Remote start modules without alarm features will have "No" for this value.
Yes
Remote Start
If the alarm or remote start module has "Yes" for this value then the system has an electronic device that allows you to start your vehicle by remote control without actually being inside the vehicle or using the key. The remote start system supplies the vehicle with power and simulates a start just as if you were inside using the key. Select vehicles require additional accessories or immobilizer/bypass modules to use the remote start feature.
Yes
Keyless Entry
Keyless entry allows you to remotely lock, unlock, and open the trunk of a vehicle if that is equipped with power door lock motors (actuators) and power truck motor (solenoid). Door lock controls via the remote are found on nearly all of today's car alarms.
Yes
2-way Paging
Alarms with 2-way paging inform the user via remote vibrating/audible/visual alert when the alarm is triggered. The pager must be within range to receive the transmitted signal.
Yes
Number of Remotes
The number of remotes included with the alarm system purchase.
2
Number of Buttons on Primary Remote
The amount of buttons on the Primary Remote generally equals the number of functions that you can use your remote for. Some remotes have auxiliary buttons which can perform more than one task per button.
5
Main Transmitter Type
LCD and OLED transmitters display various screen savers, warnings, alerts and other features on the face of the remote, rather than first generation button-only transmitters. They provide more information typically and other features.
LCD
Sidekick Remote Transmitter Type
Some car alarms and remote start systems come with more than 1 transmitter, which is referred to as the "sidekick" transmitter. Most LCD/OLED systems come with a button-only sidekick transmitter, while select units come with an additional LCD/OLED transmitter.
Buttons with LED Lights
Number of Auxiliary Outputs
The number of auxilary outputs that the car alarm system supports. These outputs are left over from the total number of channels. They can be used to add on other options or additional features to a vehicle.
4
Professional Installation Recommended
This will indicate whether or not we recommend going to a professional installer for this item. Some items have complex installations that should only be done be professional certified installers.
Recommended
System Type
This refers to the type of remote start system, whether it is an add-on or a complete kit.
Complete Kit

Convenient Features

Panic Mode
Panic mode allow the user to be able to set off the alarm from the remote.
Yes
Trunk Release
The trunk release option allows for integration and control of the trunk latch. Additional parts may be required.
Yes
Valet Mode
Valet mode is a car alarm setting that adjusts system to less sensitive settings when allowing a valet to park your car and similar settings.
Yes

Alarm Features

Number of Car Alarm Channels
The total number of channels that the car alarm system supports. These channels can include locking and unlocking doors, opening the trunk, remote start, and many other options.
5
Siren
Most car alarms come with a siren that can be installed. The siren will sound when the car alarm is triggered the alarm goes off.
Yes
Shock Sensor
The shock sensor is designed to trigger an alarm on light or heavy impacts and vibrations (standard sensor included with most alarms).

A dual zone shock sensor is a feature of proximity and shock sensors only. Zone 1 ( light impact on shock sensor and short motions(adjustable) on proximity sensor) will trigger warn away chirp to warn intruder that car has an alarm without setting off the full alarm. Zone 2 (heavy impact on shock sensor and extended motions(adjustable) on proximity sensor) will trigger the alarm to “go off”.

Yes

Two-Way Paging Features

Transmitter Alert
The is the way that the transmitter, or remote can communicate alerts to the user.
Audible
Visual

Remote Start Features

Turbo Timer
Some remote start systems have turbo timer feature which allows the vehicle to run for a specified amount of time after exiting vehicle. In turbocharged vehicles this prevents hot oil in the engine from choking up in the lines. Hard driving can raise engine oil temperatures to dangerously high levels. Proper cool down is essential for a healthy turbo and engine.
Yes
Compatible with Diesel Engines
This means that the remote start system will work with diesel engines.
Yes
Engine Start Intervals
Some remote start systems offer feature to protect your engine. The engine start interval feature will start the car at particular time intervals or when the engine has reached a certain temperature. This feature prevents the engine block from freezing.
Yes
Compatible with Manual Transmissions
This means that the remote start car alarm is compatible with manual transmissions. Please see the item description, manual, or your professional installer for more information as to how this feature will work with your specific vehicle.
Yes

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Warranty and Return Policy

Parts Warranty Duration
1 year
Labor Warranty Duration
1 year
Warranty Provider
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Summary of Customer Ratings & Reviews

Rating Distribution

5 Star
80%
4 Star
20%
3 Star
0%
2 Star
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1 Star
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Average Attribution Rating

Durability
4.6
Value
5.0
Features
4.8
Design
5.0
Usability
4.0
Tyler

Freehold, NJ

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Value
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Usability
Works Great for the Price

January 26, 2015

I installed this alarm in my car about a month ago after some frustration that ultimately was just my car being less intelligent than other cars, possibly mentally challenged, but overall for the price it's definitely not bad. I don't know why people need remotes that work for 17 miles, when are you ever going to unlock your car from more than 50 feet away at most? The features available are great and very very convenient. I do not recommend something like this if you don't know what you're doing, but I've installed several alarms before and know how to read a manual, which I would recommend you do so carefully, or please just get it professionally installed. You would be better off paying the $100 now instead of $20,000 later for when you set your car on fire. Overall installation wasn't terrible, the length of the wires was pretty good, only had to extend one, and it's nice and light so I just mounted it in my dash with a few zip ties.

The actual alarm works very well. Remote start has only failed once when it was about 0 degrees out, but that's understandable. Remember to adjust your shock sensor please, the last thing the world needs is another 90s economy car with blue headlights, wheels that cost more than the car, and an alarm that goes off every time you clap. I love all the adjustments you can make to everything, and having a partnership with Omegalink and an OL-Loader makes everything a thousand times easier. It has a few dead spots when you're very close with metal in between, but maybe I could have chosen a better antenna mounting spot. Remote works fine from across a large parking lot or when my car is parked down the road, even when I'm in a building. If I had to guess I'd say if you have a clear view of the antenna, it will work from 1000+ft, but in my experience with other cars in the way, walls, etc it's probably 300~500ft. But really, when are you going to unlock your car from that far? Be realistic, you don't need 3 miles.

Pros: Works perfectly fine for what it's intended to do, very affordable, fairly simple to install with *knowledge*, remote battery life seems fairly decent for LCD screens

Cons: The remotes are a bit cheap quality and the buttons are weirdly difficult to press but it's not the end of the world

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Katie

Phoenix, AZ

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Fabulous Remote Start

January 21, 2015

I really enjoy this product. If you are installing it in a newer vehicle you need to order the bypass as well to override your vehicle's security system(smart key, etc). Otherwise, it's pretty awesome. Install is difficult unless you have a lot of experience with alarms/remote starts in newer vehicles. I recommend professional installation. The only bad think I can say about it is the range of the system. It advertises 1500 feet but I haven't been able to get it to operate at any distance greater than 400 feet. The only downside to that is that you will not receive notification on your remote of any alarms, I recommend getting the version with the greater distance.

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Adam

Tucson, Az

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Great product!

February 28, 2016

I've installed 3 of these now, 2 of them with the Blade AL. The Idatalink Blade AL is the same thing as the Omegalink Blade AL. FYI, I purchased an Ol-mdb-gm1 from another company and it came in an omega package and had Idatalink stamped into the plastic housing. Omegalink, Idatalink, and Compustar seem to all share the same modules. It took some research and experimenting to figure this out so I wanted to share. As for the 1860, all of them have worked great. Don't waste $ on the Echo4hr remote. It's glitchy and the 2 way that comes with the 1860 works great, however, they scratch very easily! Put a few layers of clear tape or a phone screen protector on before putting it on a key ring.

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Larry

Memphis, TN

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Great product

June 5, 2016

I purchase this product often and it's easy to o use and the price is great!

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Lonetech

Olive Branch, MS

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Excellent system

April 2, 2016

Easy. Reliable. Solid.

Excalibur uses all data protocols on the market

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great price on a great brand compared to other on the market. LCD screen, alarm, 2 inputs, 4 button 2nd remote with keyless entry. Just has all the features I needed at the right price.
Tamara G on Nov 28, 2016
The Excalibur Al has the most advanced autostart alarm system.
Jose G I on Aug 10, 2016
have had this item on my past 2 cars
michael w on Oct 12, 2016
im hoping it was a good purchase...found a site that has items that i am interested in and hope for great customer satifaction
Kevin B on Oct 23, 2015
Will the Excalibur AL-1860-EDPB work for a 2010 Ford Mustang Convertible? do i need a bypass?
Sarah G on Sep 7, 2015
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will it be compatible with 2001 mercedes benz ml430?
A shopper on Dec 11, 2014
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is the Excalibur AL-1860-EDPB compatible with my 2006 Chevy Impala?
Jamie G on Nov 25, 2014
Best Answer: Hello Jamie,

All the kits on the site will Not have a Vehicle Compatibility list, because they are Universal. So, the AL-1860-EPB is compatible with your vehicle. However, to access the Remote Start feature, you vehicle does call for a bypass. With the 1860, preferably the Omega OL-MDB-ALL .
Omega OL-MDB-ALL
Omega OL-MDB-ALL
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will any of these work with a 2004 C320 mercedes?
stephen k on Dec 31, 2014
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Installing in 2003 Sequoia. not sure what I need. Will I need the Omega OL-Blade-AL 64. or the OL MDB-ALL ? I would like to avoid some wiring if I can by using the Blade- AL - 64 with this, (door locks and bypass immobilizer) I'm not sure if the OL-MDB-ALL has the door lock features or does it ?
Steven R on Aug 31, 2016
Excalibur AL-1860-EDPB
Excalibur AL-1860-EDPB
Omega OL-MDB-ALL
Omega OL-MDB-ALL
Omega OL-BLADE-AL
Omega OL-BLADE-AL
Best Answer: The OL-BLADE and OL-MDB perform the same functions. They are essentially the same thing. The difference is only how they interface with the alarm. The OL-MDB-AL is used for alarms that do not have the cartridge slot. The OL-BLADE is used for alarms that have the cartridge slot. Both will work for alarms that have the cartridge slot though. My suggestion would be to get the OL-BLADE since the 1860-EDPB has the blade cartridge slot. It's less hardware to try and hide under your dash and in some installs it will reduce the amount of wires that need to be spliced.
Reply · Report · ElectroBlvd on Sep 1, 2016
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Will this work for a 2002 Volkswagen New Beetle GLS? do i need anything else like a bypass?
GeneH on Nov 30, 2015
Best Answer: Yes it will work but you will also need a bypass like the dei 556U, this is a complicated vehicle to work with so unless a professional installer I don't recommend trying to tackle it yourself.
Reply · Report · Celso C on Nov 30, 2015
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Will I need anything extra to install this in my 2011 Kia Sorento?
James G on Jul 26, 2015
Best Answer: A bypass module will improve the functionally of the system in integration with the alarm and the vehicle data system and make the job easier in certaim way and cleaning
Reply · Report · anisio n on Jul 28, 2015
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I want to install the Excalibur AL-1860-EDPB in my 2005 Dodge Ram. Do I need any additional electronics to install this?
David P on Jan 2, 2016
Best Answer: Dude I just went to cartoys... As long as its just the remote start it's $150 maybe but if it's the alarm and the remote start which I ordered it'll be about $260. That's your best bet.
Reply · Report · Kevin B on Jan 2, 2016
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Will the Excalibur AL-1860-EDPB work for a 2010 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor?
A shopper on May 18, 2015
Best Answer: These alarms are universal alarms. They will work with any vehicle. You will need the bypass module to go with it which is the Omega OL-BLAD-AL. The module needs to be programmed to your vehicle which Sonic Electronix does prior to shipping. And you will need the wiring schematics for your vehicle.
Omega OL-BLADE-AL
Omega OL-BLADE-AL
Reply · Report · ElectroBlvd on May 18, 2015
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i have a 1998 dodge ram and i knw i do not need a blade. so does this kit come with everything i need to install and use???
JEROMY A M on Apr 24, 2015
Best Answer: Your vehicle has reversal rest at ground door locks. You will need two relays to interface with the door locks. You will also have to get the wire schematics for your vehicle.
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What would I need to install the Excalibur AL-1860-EDPB on a 2005 Dodge Ram 2500 diesel? I would like to have GPS and the ability to use my Android smartphone also. Thanks
Bryan S on Jan 9, 2015
Best Answer: As the customer support staff members said, the OL-BLADE-AL-64 will be needed. But I would recommend going with the Omega Carlink GPS module instead of the Compustar module since the Omega Carlink module is designed to be plug and play compatible with the Excalibur remote start alarms. It would provide you with a much simpler and quicker installation.
Omega OMEGA-CARLINK-GPS
Omega OMEGA-CARLINK-GPS
Reply · Report · ElectroBlvd on Apr 20, 2015
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Will this fit a 02 mitsubishi lancer? Do I need any additional parts? Do you have an install sheet?
Jason J on Oct 25, 2015
Excalibur AL-1860-EDPB
Excalibur AL-1860-EDPB
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Best Answer: Yes it will work and yes you will need additional parts. No, they do not supply an install sheet. You will have to find that on your own.
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is the Excalibur AL-1860-EDPB compatible with my 2010 Ford mustang convertible? do I need a bypass?
A shopper on Sep 7, 2015
Best Answer: Yes and yes. You will need the Omega Blade module. I have linked it here for you. Keep in mind the blue/red 12V wire on your ignition switch is only rated for 20A and should not be used for the remote start. Instead you should use the red wire on the SJB in the passenger kick panel which is rated for 80A. There is enough room above the SJB to mount the alarm at.
Omega OL-BLADE-AL
Omega OL-BLADE-AL
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I had the AL-1860-EDPB installed in my 2014 Ford Mustang GT. I have to go back because of a programming problem because something with the doors being open verses closed. He needs another part to fool the doors closed (or open). Is this remote compatible with my vehicle? Also, I see it has an alarm. I was told I only have my factory alarm?
A shopper on Feb 20, 2015
Best Answer: The 2014 Ford Mustang has door triggers that are NC (normally closed) This isn't referencing the door itself. This is referencing the door trigger circuit. Normally the trigger circuit is an open circuit when the doors are closed and will go to ground or to positive voltage when the doors are opened. The 2014 Mustang however will show an open circuit when the doors are open and a ground when the doors are closed. There's no "part" to fool anything. You have to put together a circuit that provides power to the alarm when the door is opened. This requires the use of diodes, resistors and a fuse. However seeing how the AL-1860-EDPB is a Blade compatible remote start alarm you shouldn't need to interface with the door triggers at all. Just use a Blade bypass module and the alarm should be able to interface with the door triggers through the data link. And yes, this is a remote start alarm and has all the normal alarm features.
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Hello. I bought a AL-1860-EDPB. DO I NEED A BYPASS FOR MY 2003 Tahoe? THANK YOU
A shopper on Jan 17, 2015
Best Answer: Hello ,

Yes, your vehicle requires a bypass ; the suggested Omega OL-BLADE-AL-64 will work well.
Omega OL-BLADE-AL-64
Omega OL-BLADE-AL-64
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do i need a bypass for 2001 chevy 2500 hd diesal for system Excalibur AL-1860-EDPB?
A shopper on Jan 5, 2015
Best Answer: Hello,

The manufacture has suggested that you speak to technical support at 1.800.921.TECH .
Your vehicle Will require a bypass, and may very well be the Omega OL-BLADE-AL-64; However, call Tech Support for an accurate suggestion.
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well this product be compatible with a 2002 Nissan maxima? would I have purchase anything else to make it?
Kenneth P on Jan 8, 2016
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Product Summary

Manufacturer

Model Number

AL-1860-EDPB

UPC

289538968871

Weight

2.80lbs

Internal SKU

al1860edpb

Internal Product ID

90302

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