Here at Perfectionist Auto Sound and Security, we take remote start very seriously and only install the best units we can find – ones that will hold up to the harsh winters that we have in Alaska. Pairing the best equipment with our expert installation will give you the reliability that our clients have come to expect. The Compustar RF-1WG9 is one of those units.
It All Starts with the Range
For your car to be warmed up and ready to go, your remote has to have enough range to give your vehicle a head start. The 1WG9 will start your vehicle from up to 3,000 feet away with its exclusive Superheterodyne Plus Technology. That will start your vehicle from home or the office, even when you don’t have line of sight, and give it plenty of time to warm up before you arrive to drive off.
Simple and Great-looking Remote
The remote is the part of the system that you interact with the most. The 1WG9 is well-designed and easy to understand. The Lock and Unlock buttons at the top are intuitive, thanks to easy-to-understand graphics. The trunk release is the third down, and the key button at the bottom will start your vehicle when you hold it down for 2.5 seconds.
Lots of Options
The 1WG9 will work with any of the Compustar remote start units and can be used with manual transmission, diesel engines and push-to-start vehicles. It can be programmed for up to two vehicles, and auxiliary outputs can be connected to window defrosters or heated seats for added convenience.
Trust Your Local Experts
The most important part of any remote start system is the installation. By starting with the best equipment on the market and continuing with a first-class installation, you get the best value anywhere.
Contact us here at Perfectionist Auto Sound and Security for more information on what we can do for your vehicle. With our fully operational display and demo vehicles, we can show you all the options to help you chose the best system for your needs. Then you can enjoy getting into a nice warm vehicle through the entirety of the upcoming winter here in Alaska.