Cn5 transponder chip
- High quality available for Wholesale or Retail
- International standard dimension
- Superior Technology
- Two-year warranty
- Quick delivery
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The Benefits of Cloning Cn5 transponder chip
Investing the money needed to be able to clone keys is not for everyone, but understanding the benefits will help you decide when it’s time for your business to make the jump.
Cn5 transponder chip Save Time: Sometimes programming cars can be a time consuming process. For example, using your diagnostic machines on a VW has always been iffy for me, even after investing thousands in multiple types of tools that ‘say’ they can get the job done. Cloning most cars only takes a couple of minutes and does not even involve walking farther than from one side of the counter to the other.
Copy Keys Without the Car Present: With the exception of Philips 46 chips (about 35% of the market), you can clone keys without having to visit the vehicle. That makes it a perfect solution for retail locations such as locksmith shops, hardware stores, etc.
Think about bringing your cloner to events and offering key copying services on-the-spot. This is something that just wouldn’t be practical without cloning.
Unlimited Copies: Most cars have a limit of only 4 or 8 keys that can be programmed into the system at any one time. With cloning, the vehicle thinks every cloned key is the original, so you can really create an unlimited number of keys that will operate the vehicle.
PIN Codes? Ugh. Forget about having to worry about getting access to PIN Codes or BCM code conversions. Cloning bypasses the need for that.
Copy Valet Keys: For some cars, especially some older Toyotas with a first generation transponder system, creating more keys when only a Valet key is left can be an extremely costly thing. Using a cloner, you can now make as many copies as the customer needs.
Honda “Red & Black Key” Systems: Some Hondas & Acuras with a first generation transponder system require a RED key that was sold with the car in order to program in new keys. 10-13 years have passed since those cars were sold and I am extremely surprised to find anyone that still has their red key.
Without a cloner, the customer would have to pay $400-$600 to reflash the ECU in order to get extra keys made. Now they can get keys copied for as little as $50.
Save Customer Key Info: Some advanced cloners such as the Zed-Bull by Istanbul Electronics or the AD900 by Advanced Diagnostics can save customer and key information. In theory, you could save all of your customer’s keys in the database, and 2 years down the line when they lose all of their keys again, you could just produce a key again without any original, hand it over, and collect your $250.
Chip Identification: Any cloner should be able to identify not only if there is a transponder chip in the key, but what kind of chip it is. Unless you always use more expensive brand names such as Ilco and Strattec that print part numbers on the key itself, it can be very easy to get keys mixed up.
For example, many experienced locksmiths use JMA shells with interchangeable chips instead of having to stock every single type of transponder key sold. Many, many keys use the same types of chips, and when doing swapping of chips and shells, it’s very easy to get them mixed up. If you do this type of thing, either get a cloner or get a friend with one that you can borrow from time to time.
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