Information about 16 digit coded fobs
Please note a working fob is required to code this new fob into the alarm control unit. For the M357 range of motorcycle alarms the override code (company code) is required. For more information about all Meta remote fobs click here, if the code is not available please contact the office as the alarm ECU could be re-programmed with a new code and replacement fobs (later models only) - more info. If in any doubt please contact the office.
Meta Code Card showing alarm code & positions
The 16 digit 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 (known as a hexadecimal number). 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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Complete with programming instructions
Please Note this fob is designed to work with UK/Ireland supplied Meta Alarm systems which use the 433Mhz frequency for communication between fobs and alarm systems, as such may not work with equivalent devices supplied to other parts of the World, we offer no guarantee that they will work with these products. This remote fob will not work with Meta devices supplied to either Belgium or Holland unless the alarm frequency is 433Mhz. We offer no refund should the remote fobs not function correctly with non UK/Ireland supplied alarm systems you buy at your own risk. If you are unsure about the frequency of your alarm system locate the alarm control unit (usually hidden somewhere under the dash) where on most boxes will be a sticker with the frequency printed (see photo below)
We can now supply Fobs for Holland, Belguim & other countries that use the 315Mhz frequency - More Info