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3-Channel, 1-way Car Alarm Security System w/ Keyless Entry and Two Remote Transmitters
Encore: More Features & Capabilities
|2 Stage Shock Sensor||
|Starter Kill Output||
|Interior Light Supervision||
|Remote Warranty in Years||
|Siren and Horn Outputs||
|Two Car Operation||
|Security Features can be turnend OFF||
There's A Reason Viper Is The Best - Viper 350 Plus / 3105V
Viper has long been the industry standard for quality vehicle security and remote start systems, and for good reason. Viper has led the way in innovative security technology from their top of the line systems to their solid entry level systems and the 3105V is no exception. With a FailSafe starter kill system and Anti-Carjacking mode, you can be sure that would be thieves wont be going anywhere with your vehicle. You can even hook up a remote start to the Viper 350 Plus if you wanted to. The 3105V is one of our most popular alarm systems that we carry and it looks like it's going to stay that way for a long time so make sure you get yours today!
Performs lock and unlock tasks without physical contact with the vehicle. Power door locks can be controlled from several feet away or even within a building using a remote fob. The fob emits a radio frequency that is digitally encoded to prevent frequency stealing so no one can enter into your vehicle without your wireless transmitter.
Dual Zone Shock Sensor
This shock sensor utilizes warning chirps for minor disturbances and will trip the alarm if it detects more serious impacts or disruptions. Most dual zone shock sensors have adjustable sensitivity to reduce false alarms or warnings. These sensors let would-be thieves know that your vehicle is equipped with an advanced alarm system and to keep away.
- 3-Channel, 1-way Security System with Keyless Entry, 4-Button remotes and control center
- Not sure which model is right for you? Click Here to compare different Viper models
- FailSafe starter kill
- Stinger Double-Guard shock sensor detects tempering
- Revenger six-tone soft-chirp siren and parking light alarm response
- Nuisance Prevention prevents recurrent false alarms
- Panic mode - call for attention by triggering alarm
- Bright blue status LED warns thieves and gives you info about the system
- Clone-safe Code-Hopping
- Optional remote start - be able to use the remote start feature (with the use of a separate module sold separately) or just the keyless entry by itself
- Keyless entry harness included -- vehicle specific adapter may be required
- Dedicated lock and unlock buttons for easy use
- Domelight supervision output can light your vehicle as you approach
- Parking light flash
- Comfort closure automatically closes windows on some vehicles
- Two (2) Auxiliary outputs
- Programmable AUX output for remote-controlled options
- Control center with antenna, valet switch, and status LED combined into one unit
- XR+ Super-heterodyne receiever for range up to one quarter mile
- 1,500 Ft. range
- Viper SmartStart Compatible:
- Bluetooth SmartStart Module
- SmartStart Module without GPS Tracking
- SmartStart Module with GPS Tracking
- 1-year SonicElectronix.com warranty
Replacement / Additional Remote Options:
Viper Model Comparison
|Model||Security||Remote Start||Keyless Entry||2-Way||Main Remote Type||Range||Secondary Remote||Trunk Pop||SmartStart Compatible|
|5906v/5904v||LED Screen||1-Mile||5-Button, 1-Way|
|5706v/5704v||LCD Screen||1-Mile||5-Button, 1-Way|
|5806v||5 Button LEDs||1-Mile||5-Button, 2-Way|
|5606v/5104v||5-Button||2000 Feet||5-Button, 1-Way|
|4706v/4704v||LCD Screen||1-Mile||5-Button, 1-Way|
|4115v||Unlock ONLY||1-Button||1/4 Mile||1-Button, 1-Way|
|4205v||Unlock While Running||1-Button LED||2000 Feet||1-Button LED|
|3305v||LCD Screen||1500 Feet||5-Button, 1-Way|
|3102v||4-Button, 1-Way||1/4-Mile||4-Button, 1-Way|
|3105v||4-Button, 1-Way||1500 Feet||4-Button, 1-Way|
|3203v||5-Button||2000 Feet||5-Button, 1-Way|
Also found as: Viper-350plus
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.
For OLED or LCD car alarm remotes/transmitters the display color refers to the color(s) of the screen.
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”.
Two-Way Paging Features
Warranty and Return Policy
Summary of Customer Ratings & Reviews
September 18, 2013
I would recommend this product to anyone looking for a quality alarm system works great never have I had an issue with it . It also very affordable if your looking for a great product for a bargain price!
57 of 66 found this helpful
Rio Linda, CA
El Cajon, CA
September 17, 2013
I bought this Viper 350 plus about a month ago and its worked great! Install was easy and it came with what i needed. I like how i can adjust the sensitivity as well. Great first alarm system, I would definitely recommend.
47 of 57 found this helpful
Winter Springs, FL
November 14, 2013
This unit was great, I used it with a motion sensor and hood pin on my wrangler. No issues, self installed in a few hours. Only thing I didnt like is how the shock sensor is integrated into the main box and how the valet button, status LED and antenna are all in a second box. It would have been nice to mount these things in different locations.
43 of 51 found this helpful
January 30, 2013
I bought this alarm six months ago and have no complaints. It works well, the alarm is pretty loud and the remote has a nice range. I suggest you mount the impact sensor on a part of the frame for it to activate nicely or else you have to pound on the car really hard for it to actually set off the alarm. The price was very good, I saw this same alarm for *****$ at future shop while I payed ****$ for it. I would definitely recommend this product to a friend.
43 of 51 found this helpful
st Louis, MO
Otis Orchards, Wa
GARDEN GROVE, CA
April 3, 2015
I bought this for a 1980 f350 mud truck project I started, I have never done an alarm but I have done a lot of wiring in the past in cars. Install was simple yet I still haven't finished it I only attached the sensor and speaker and set the sensitivity on high works well enough I would not recommend doing this if u don't have a wiring diagram for your application and some car knowledge for instance the wiring diagram says yellow is ignition but there like 20 yellow wires it can be confusing but it was small enough to go in the kick panel I would recommend getting this and installing it I paid almost 300 for the alarm on my mustang this is by far best bang for your buck.
42 of 50 found this helpful
August 21, 2013
This alarm is pretty well built, DEI normally is a little pricier than other brands, but things do look better compared to others. This alarm cuts down on the amount of wires because of the shock sensor being on board of the brain and valet+LED light and antenna being on the same place (3 wires less to worry about). Remote looks great, feels great.
44 of 54 found this helpful
October 5, 2014
viper alarm is a well known car alarm I pick the3105v this is a one way alarm if you want a 2 way instead it notify you on your key pad that somebody is tapering wit your vehicle I add on extra to make my alarm from being stolen
41 of 50 found this helpful
Virgin Islands, U.S.
July 18, 2014
Installed this in my pickup and Iam happy with how everything works, except for the built in shock sensor...I mounted it in on a main wire harness and tried mounting it on a solid surface, with the sensitivity all the way up it didn't work as well as I had thought . I wired in a separate shock sensor to the alarm, and now have it working like it should . Nice to know my truck is protected now..can't comment on durability at this point..
38 of 46 found this helpful
Central Coast, CA
April 11, 2010
I have purchased alot of alarms for my different vehicles over the years. This transaction was not only smooth I received it the next day without paying additional shipping. I am very happy with this alarm. It was fairly simple to install and works great, thanks to my close friends install. SE shipped it to me promptly and sent me email confirmations of my order, my payment, and when my item shipped. I highly recommend them for your next purchase.
36 of 42 found this helpful
March 11, 2012
This alarm is designed to be installed by a professional who has the programming device specific to the alarm. You can do most of the programming without the device, but it's clearly best to have the programmer. Having said that, I found the instructions to be straightforward, and mostly unambiguous in regard to polarities, etc. The alarm works well for me, and the similar Viper product on my daughter's truck is working well.
36 of 43 found this helpful
Santa Clarita, CA
May 13, 2013
Perfect for anyone looking for a simple alarm, but also includes some of the better features that are seen with higher end models if needed. No complaints, has a strong sturdy remote that works from a football field+ away. Has option to upgrade to remotes with screens as well if needed. Have had for almost a year now and would recommend to everyone. Low cost, durable, convienent, easy to use, and economical. Best alarm ive owned in years!
36 of 44 found this helpful
Windsor Mill, Md.
March 11, 2013
I currently have to of these systems in my vehicles and so far they have worked very well, they are both GMC'S. The alarm is very easy to use and exploit its features that are very practical. It's relatively easy to program. So far no issues or complaints it is a very good quality product. The remote range is outstanding. I recommend this product !!
36 of 45 found this helpful
February 29, 2012
Easy to install, great value, and works great. I installed this myself with ease. I added door locks to the car and used the domelight supervision option. The install instructions are easy to understand and the wiring is very well thought out. If I could change anything I would have never put the LED in the reciever/valet/LED pod. But it is an option to 'buy' a seperate LED and/or valet switch that plug right in. That is what I did so I could hide the reciever which blends with nothing in the cars interior.
33 of 39 found this helpful
las Vegas, nv
January 31, 2013
Great product with very good features considering the low price!
have been using this system for more than 6 months on my car without problem. Best feature i love is the range of the remote. It is incredibly far! I could come out from the mall each time and just press the remote to locate my car, even in the basement hehe. Also the auto-door-lock feature when you start the ignition is pretty neat. Highly recommended buy!
34 of 42 found this helpful
May 11, 2011
This is a great product to own and have as a just in case or ease of mind. Its easy to fix if there is a problem and works very well. I would definetally recomend it to any one looking. I am also going to buy another one for another car. Not to mention the price is very decent for the performance.
33 of 40 found this helpful
June 10, 2012
This alarm is great for the price. I am very happy with this device. It is basic and easy to use. I had to get a professional to install mine because I dont have the knowledge to do it myself. I would recommend this product to anyone. So buy it!!
33 of 41 found this helpful
St Pete, FL
May 30, 2011
I installed this in a '99 Jeep Wrangler without any problems. This was the 1st alarm I've ever installed, and was fairly simple. The key is to do your homework before starting the install so you know which wires to tap into for you particular car. Theres a ton of online wiring diagrams available, so you shouldnt have any problems finding one for you care. Overall, a great alarm at a cheap price
30 of 36 found this helpful
st Louis, MO
October 19, 2011
I got this for my dodge ram truck. This was far more better than other models out there. You do have to really know wiring to install this alarm. I would put it as a moderate level project. Overall I like this alarm and would recommend it to anyone.
29 of 35 found this helpful
Winter Haven, FL
July 18, 2012
I would recommend installing this security system on any older trucks without locking steering wheels and ignition system. I installed door trigger pins on the hood and bed tool box. I also recommend installing the 570M tilt switch with the Viper 350 Plus for greater security. I installed this system myself on 1976 Ford F-150 Truck and did not have any problems.
28 of 34 found this helpful
June 26, 2012
I would recommend this system if you only care about the basics - like me. I can lock/unlock the door and it will go off if someone hits it... This is all I need and it works just fine for me. Remotes have nice range, battery lasts a while too not to mention that the remotes don't look cheap at all. It has an LED built in to the antenna so if you plan on hiding the antenna elsewhere behind your dash (not recommend) then you would need to purchase the directed LED light separately. So far I use it for 6 months and am very satisfied.
If you plan on installing the remote start module in near future - I would suggest saving up and buying a system that already comes with that feature as you will have complication to have it work properly with this 3105v.
28 of 34 found this helpful
June 20, 2011
I like to alarm system once it was installed. However, there were some issues. The instruction manual spends, what I felt was, a lot of time convincing you to have the alarm professionally installed. In fact they will tell you many times when reading the manual that if it is not professionally installed the warranty is void. Not all of the parts needed to install the automatic door locks is included but easy to get and cheap from your local shop. I installed the unit without a lot of trouble but have some electrical wiring common sense. If you can't wire a radio and amp don't try to install this unit yourself, get some help. Otherwise it should not be a problem for you.
28 of 34 found this helpful
virginia beach, VA
Traverse City, MI
July 24, 2012
Ive had nothing but problems with this alarm. I may have been unlucky and got a bad one but i have had it for six months now and its still not working correctly. I tried to hook a prox sensor up to it and it goes off randomly all the time. it always does an error beep when I arm it too. I did have it professionally installed so i don't know what the problem is.
25 of 30 found this helpful
Los Angeles, CA
September 21, 2011
This system works very well. It does have something to desire when it comes to the sensitivity for if someone shakes the vehicle, but alarm works well and the optional features work very nice. I used the AUX feature to autodown all the windows.
24 of 30 found this helpful
San Luis, AZ
West Hartford, CT
September 22, 2010
I purchased the Viper system for a classic car. Once armed anyone trying to entering will be treated to an ear piercing siren. It also allows for the occasional mistake of of attempting to enter the car when it's armed with a series of short beeps before the alarm goes full bore. The key chain control is easy to use and a reminder to activate when leaving the car. A really great basic system.
23 of 29 found this helpful
Salt Lake City, UT
August 7, 2015
This is another awesome Directed Electronics alarm system. You get lock / unlock, and two auxiliary functions. The shock sensor is built into the alarm module and the antenna module houses the valet switch and LED. This unit is sleek and easy to install.
I do have one minor complaint: This module does not have a separate siren and horn output. I wanted to put the siren inside the car and have the horn honk when the alarm goes off. I can't do it. You can hook the siren wire up to honk the horn (there's an option in the settings), but you can't do both horn and siren.
The programming settings are a little confusing until you figure them out. The manual does walk you through it, so if you're good with directions, you'll get it. Or, you can skip the drama and plug in the Directed Electronics bitwriter tool to set everything up. Don't worry - the default settings are just fine too, so you don't really need to program anything.
If you want a basic car alarm, this one is great. I've had problems with other brands in the past, but Viper alarms have always been perfect.
16 of 20 found this helpful
San fransisco, Ca
November 18, 2015
This alarm was the first one I have ever installed on my own. I just have basic electrical knowledge and the ability to read. The instructions included with this alarm were helpful but i definitely supplemented them with information from www.the12volt.com
I was very intimidated about installing an alarm, but now I feel much more comfortable and will definitely install any future car alarms with my own hands.
2 of 2 found this helpful
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