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ULC CAN-S338

STANDARD FOR AUTOMOBILE THEFT DETERRENT EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS: ELECTRONIC IMMOBILIZATION

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Organization: ULC
Publication Date: 1 May 1998
Status: active
Page Count: 32
ICS Code (Other road vehicle systems): 43.040.99
ICS Code (Protection against crime): 13.310
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These requirements cover electrical or electronic immobilization systems which are installed on passenger cars and light duty trucks with 12 V electrical systems.

Both original equipment manufacturer (OEM) systems and non-OEM systems shall meet the requirements of this standard. 

Electronic immobilization systems shall be passively armed and once armed, they shall prevent the unauthorized movement of the vehicle under its own power. 

As an optional protection mechanism, these requirements cover the addition of alarm warning functions to the core immobilization system in order to protect the vehicle's contents and to enhance the effectiveness of the electronic immobilization system. 

An electronic immobilization system, as covered by these requirements, consists of one or more assemblies of electrical components designed to prohibit the starting or continued operation of the vehicle's engine by an unauthorized user. 

A component of an electronic immobilization system or alarm warning system, such as attachment plug, siren, horn, switch, transponder, remote transmitter, wire, etc., shall comply with the requirements for that component, except that such requirements be modified if appropriate for the particular application. 

Installation of the electronic immobilization system shall be in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.

Document History

ULC CAN-S338
May 1, 1998
STANDARD FOR AUTOMOBILE THEFT DETERRENT EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS: ELECTRONIC IMMOBILIZATION
These requirements cover electrical or electronic immobilization systems which are installed on passenger cars and light duty trucks with 12 V electrical systems. Both original equipment...
May 1, 1998
Standard for Automobile Theft Deterrent Equipment and Systems: Electronic Immobilization
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