Car Alarm System

History of a Car Alarm

The first documented case of car theft was in 1896, only a decade after gas-powered cars were first introduced. From that early era to today, cars have been a natural target for thieves: They are valuable, reasonably easy to resell and they have a built-in getaway system. Some studies claim that a car gets broken into every 20 seconds. The main purpose of a car alarm is to deter theft, either by scaring off would-be thieves or rendering the vehicle inoperable. Even the most complicated devices can be bypassed by intelligent criminals, but a car alarm can provide protection against less knowledgeable ne’er do wells.

Car Alarm System

Anatomy of a Car Alarm

At the most basic level, car alarms are relatively simple devices. They consist of at least three components, which include:

  • Sensors
  • Siren
  • Control Unit

The sensors are connected to different parts of the vehicle, and they are designed to trip whenever a thief attempts to gain access. When one of the sensors is tripped, it sends a signal to the control unit. The control unit then activates the siren, which will call attention to the vehicle and may scare off the thief.

In practice, car alarms can be incredibly complicated. Most of them include radio receivers built into the control units and transmitters that take the form of key fobs, and there are several different kinds of sensors. They can also be tied into a variety of vehicle systems, which can result in a number of effects.

Top Sec Alarm

With our TOP SEC car alarm security system, your car will be protected by this intelligent car system. Never to be a victim of car thieves, keep your car away from those troublesome cases! This system has high reliability and quality.Siren Installation for Car Alarm System

Car Alarm System


  • Reset Function
  • Arm/disarm the Alarm
  • Auto Central Lock
  • Mute Alarm Mode
  • Auto re-arming
  • Stop Siren temporarily
  • Main unit trigger status
  • Panic, car search
  • Vibration record
  • Two stage siren verification
  • Calling for emergency help
  • Different kinds of remote for choosing
  • Warnings of improper closed doors
  • Anti-hijacking (optional)
  • Electronic lock & air lock (optional)