Motorcycle Disc Alarm Padlock


An ideal solution for motorcycle security, can be used directly on the disc brake, No Need for a lock reminder, soon as you sit on your bike the lock will sound 3 bleeps. You can also use this to secure the bike to a ground anchor using any high security chain, also can be used as a general padlock.


This lock can be used as an ordinary padlock unarmed or armed by simply taking out the shackle and inserting it back into the lock the other way round. When the lock is armed, a single beep will be heard.


Kabrus locks are designed with a unique microchip that controls the sensitivity, which ensures no false alarms. There are similar looking products on the market but none that have this technology built in. The lock has three sensitivity levels LOW-MED-HIGH, which are auto reset.

 

When it is in alarm mode, if there is any slight wind movement the alarm will not sound, the control unit can recognize tampering and innocent movement i.e. wind conditions. If tampered with, the lock will sound 3 ear piercing bleeps and automatically increase sensitivity, if tampered again within 1-30 seconds just even a slight movement or any foreign metal contact on the shackle will immediately sound a 10 second 110db alarm.. After the 10 second alarm has sounded the lock will be in a high alert state (maximum sensitivity) for 30 seconds and will repeat the 10 second alarm if tampered again and thereafter will drop sensitivity one level at a time after it has sensed no movement for 30 seconds. This unique technology ensures no false alarms.

 

 

 

   

Motorbikes

Most bikers will use on disc, as the shackle is designed so it is detached from the lock body, it is very easy to attach on the disc and safe to use. When returning to your bike, if you seat yourself on the bike without removing the lock the movement caused will sound a 3 bleep alarm alerting you that you have the lock on the disc.
   

Vehicle Security

Ideal for modern and classic cars, vans, farming and onsite construction vehicles. Simply attach to steering wheel, if wheel is moved, the thief will not want to be in a closed vehicle with 110 decibels going off. Try it, it sounds like 300 ear piercing decibels due to the sound proofing of the vehicle.
   

Sheds and Garages

Most commonly used for this application, many customers will use one lock externally and for example if there are any high value items in an outbuilding, like bikes chained together they would use a secondary alarm lock inside the shed or garage.
   

Other applications

Back Doors, Gates, Bikes, Caravans, Trailers, Generators, Toolboxes, Heating oil tanks, Boats, Garden Furniture and Equine security for Tack rooms and stables.