Meta HPA Fob
To program a new remote into any of the HPA and single button Meta alarms a 8 or 16 digit code is required. This is supplied on the plastic code card supplied with the unit. Without this code it will not be possible to program a new remote into the system. The 8 digit code signifies the older fixed coded Meta alarm systems while the 16 digit coded remotes are the up to date encrypted remotes. All Meta alarm systems are supplied with a red code card with the remote security number printed on it. Without this code number it will not be possible to program a new remote into your Meta alarm. The only exception is the M999T alarm, see below for more info...
Meta Code Card with alarm code, without this code it will not be possible to program in new remotes A fully functioning remote is required to program a new remote into the alarm brain. If all the remotes are lost it will not be possible to program a new one into the system.
The code is made up of numbers & letters which can only be: A,B,C,D,E & F, any other letters are not allowed and the code will be incorrect. e.g. 45F35BA4490A14E7 is a correct code. The 1 to 7 numbers refer to the available positions allowed for the remotes to be programmed, which means the alarm can be programmed with up to 7 remotes. Be care full when reading the code, Meta use a very poor font which makes it difficult to distinguish between the letter B and the number 8 and the letter D and the number 0. If in doubt try scanning the card at a high resolution and enlarging the image using your regular paint program.
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For car & early bike alarms a working fob is required to program a new remote into the alarm brain, later bike alarms (357 range) a five digit override code number is required - without either it will not be possible to code in a new remote fob.
When coding this fob to any of the Defcom range, Legos 3 & the M357TV2:1 a working fob is required or the alarm must automatically immobilise or arm itself, if the fob is missing or the alarm does not automatically arm it will not be possible to program in new fobs. To code to the DefcomT & Legos3 a working fob is required unless the alarm has been programmed with auto immobilisation/arming, for more info call the office on 0208 677 1999
Complete with instructions of how to program into your vehicle's alarm (a working fob is required - more info)
Please Note this fob is designed to work with UK supplied Meta Alarm systems and as such may not work with equivalent devices supplied to other parts of the World, as such we offer no guarantee that they will work with these products. This remote fob will not work with Meta devices supplied to either Belguim or Holland as these countries use a different frequency for controlling the alarm system. We offer no refund should the remote fobs not function correctly with non UK/Ireland supplied alarm systems you buy at your own risk.
We can now supply Fobs for Holland, Belguim & other countries that use the 315Mhz frequency - More Info
For the Meta M357TV2-1 (Not M357TV2) please contact the office before purchasing