1st July 2020 Issue no. 514
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Introducing the Genuine Lishi Key Cloner
If you have never had experience with a key cloner then you may be wondering what it can do. Well, this machine is able to identify the transponder, write the transponder codes, copy the transponder and then calculate the eeprom memory. From this it can then calculate Transponder Codes using the eeprom memory and calculate the pin-codes using the chassis or the Transponder.
It can also test the transponder and generate fixed transponder codes making it a very clever piece of kit, wouldn't you agree?
In further detail, the machine can copy all fixed transponders consisting of Temic 11, Temic 12, Megamos 13, Phillips 33 and Texas 4C. It can also copy most crypto transponders, including Phillips Crypto 42, Phillips Crypto 44 VAG, Phillips Crypto 45, Texas Crypto 4D and some of Phillips Crypo 40 and 41.
The machine can also show information about all transponders, meaning that it can tell you the transponder types, the transponder codes, whether they are locked or not, the car brand, the Eeprom codes and finally the pin-codes!
Kevin Pritchard, Tradelocks Supervisor, says "The Genuine Lishi Key Cloner Machine can unlock most of the 48 transponders. As we are aware, new system cars lock the transponder during programming meaning you cannot use these transponders again; however the Transpronics are able to unlock most megamos crypto transponders using its high technology! From blank crypto transponders for Renault, Chrysler and Jeep, the machine allows you to generate the Crypto Transponders. Using blank 46 transponders, you can generate 46 Renault, Chrysler and Jeep transponders!"
The key cloner has also been updated to Genuine Lishi specifications and comes with a 12 months return-to-office warranty. The key cloner is able to generate transponder logics for fixed transponders, as well as do all the features listed above. For more information, or to purchase the Genuine Lishi key cloner today, please visit http://tradelocks.co.uk/key-cloning.html
15th October 2014