When purchasing a locator, we can often see the business introduction: the locator has ACC detection function.
So, what is the ACC detection function, and what is the meaning of ACC fortification and withdrawal?
What is ACC testing?
ACC detection is the detection of vehicle ignition switch. When ACC shows on, that is, the vehicle is in the ignition state; When ACC shows off, the vehicle is in the shutdown state. If the locator has the ACC detection function, then the locator can be used to determine the status of the vehicle, and realize the vibration alarm and shift alarm function when the car produces abnormal vibration and abnormal displacement.
2. What is ACC fortification?
ACC fortification is the setting of a defense alarm. Usually one key fortification includes fence alarm, vibration alarm, oil cut-off alarm and so on. When fortified, these related alarm functions will take effect. When the corresponding scene occurs, the corresponding alarm function will be activated.
3. What is ACC disengagement?
ACC withdrawal, as the name suggests, is the removal of vehicle defense through ACC.
As we mentioned above, the owner determines the ignition switch status of the vehicle through ACC detection. At the same time, as long as the locator has a vibration alarm function and a shift alarm function, it can be remotely controlled through ACC to set or cancel the electronic defense of the vehicle.
Once the ACC is withdrawn, then the vehicle loses the established electronic protection ring, and there is no corresponding alarm function.
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