Car Keyless Entry Fob Guard Signal Blocker Faraday Bag - Theft Prevention
Did you know that while you are asleep, thieves can open and even operate your car without breaking into it? Putting your Car Keyless Entry Fob in one of our car key fob guard Faraday bags blocks thieves from amplifying your fobs signal and opening your car.
Keyless Entry Fob Guard Signal Blocker Faraday Bag - theft prevention
Did you know that while you are asleep, thieves can open and even operate your
car without breaking into it? Putting your Car Keyless Entry Fob in one of our
car key fob guard Faraday bags blocks thieves from amplifying your fobs signal
and opening your car.
Did you know they can do it using your keyless entry fob? Yep, the one that you
thought was safe in your house, on your kitchen bench, on your bedside table,
or even in your hands right now while you read this.
It sounds crazy, but thieves using a signal amplifier can simply walk up to your
car, open the door, steal your belongings, and then leave the car without any
evidence of tampering. Try explaining that to your insurance company. Depending
on car, they can drive it away too. Yes, REALLY!
Our Military Spec Key Fob Farady Bags can save you thousands of pounds in
uninsurable contents loss or worse. Just put your keyless entry fob inside one
of our key fob faraday bags and your car is protected.
Thieves are using signal amplifiers to take the faint whisper from the key fob
in your house and amplify it to make it heard by your car as if it was right in
Luckily, you do not need to put your car keys in your freezer, but you do need to
protect your keys with a car key faraday cage.
Specific design for automotive keyless entry fobs
Tough sports nylon on the outside ready for every day wear and tear
High tech faraday cage on the inside -85db attenuation*
Same product now used by rental car companies
Small, light, flexible and unobtrusive - easy to carry in your pocket
1 year warranty
This small, lightweight, flexible and durable faraday bag is popular with car
owners, rental car companies and replacement remote key manufacturers to stop
their keyless entry fobs from being remotely accessed.
There has been a steady increase in the number of thefts of vehicles and their
contents in recent years as the technology to manipulate keyless entry devices
has become cheaper and easier to obtain.
This faraday bag is manufactured to the highest standard, its the same standard
that all our farady bags use, which are military grade !!. A double layer of
ultra high specification, conductive silver/copper/nickel material is stitched
together. Then we wrap the faraday cage in a further layer of tough sports nylon
to protect it from daily wear and tear. This ensures your device is completely
enveloped inside a true faraday cage .
The material has an average shielding effectiveness of -85dB in the range of 30
MHz to 1 GHz and an average -80dB in the range of 1 GHz to 11 GHz.
STOPS THE DATA ON
YOUR PHONE OR DEVICE BEING REMOTELY WIPED
Avoids the problem
of the mobile phone becoming PIN locked.
Avoids the problem
of the mobile phone becoming PUK locked.
have a ‘Window’ that allows user the ‘preview’
evidence on suspects phone secure in the
knowledge that the phone is being investigated
in a Faraday Situation. The Phone-Shield Faraday
Bag was the first bag in the world to offer
acquisition of Mobile Phone Evidence.
No need for
Portable – The
Phone-Shield Faraday Bag can be fitted onto the
utility belt of a beat officer, or pocketed for
simple, light transportation.
Negates the need
for an expensive faraday cage
When spread over
the cost of several examinations, the
Phone-Shield Faraday Bag will pay for itself in
little or no time.
To prevent the
data from the networks communicating with the
device, therefore stops any chance of evidence
chance of evidence being manipulated during
Mobile Phone can
still be turned on during flight, thus not
losing any data.
How Do The Faraday Bags (RF Shield) Work?
Faraday bags or RF
Shield bags are enclosures formed by conducting materials, either solid
These specialist materials block external
static electrical fields, (including radio waves). They are named after
the British physicist Michael Faraday, who built the first one in 1836.
An external radio field will cause the electrical charges within the
conducting material to redistribute themselves, to cancel the radio
fields effect in the cages interior.
RF Shielding Testing These faraday bags have been fully tested
independently. The faraday bags reliably attenuate at 19dB for 900Mhz
and 30dB for 1800Mhz and 2100Mhz. Independent tests have been carried
out by DeMontfort University and Police Force Test Lab:
Rohde & Schwarz
About Michael Faraday
Faraday was a famous British Chemist and Physicist who contributed
greatly to the study of Electromagnetism and Electrochemistry.
Michael was born on September 22nd 1791 in London, England. His family
were quite poor meaning that Michael only received a basic formal
education. When he was 14 however, he was an apprentice to a bookbinder
and managed to educate himself over the following 7 years by reading the
books he worked on, (mainly scientific subjects). In 1812, Michael
Faraday attended 4 lectures given by the Chemist Humphry Davy, (inventor
of the Safety Davy Lamp for miners),at the Royal Institution in London.
Following this, Faraday wrote to Humpry Davy, applying for the position
of his assistant. Michael was turned down, however, he did, in 1813 gain
an appointment to the position of Chemical Assistant at the Royal
In 1814, Davy invited Faraday on an 18 month trip around Europe which
meant meeting with many influential scientists.
1821 saw Faraday publish his work on electromagnetic rotation, (the
principal behind the electric motor).
In 1826, Faraday initiated the Royal Institutions Friday Evening
Discourses and then Christmas Lectures.
1831 say Faraday discover electromagnetic induction. This is the
principle behind the electric transformer and the electric generator –
This discovery was absolutely vital as it allowed electricity to be
transformed from a curiosity into a powerful new technology which he
spent the following decade developing.
Michael Faraday died at 76 at Hampton Court, England.