At first glance, the Viper 3102V looks very similar to the 3105V. It comes the same 4 button remote controls and the basic operations are the same, but there are some subtle differences between the two models.
First off I’ll point out what the 3102V lacks over the 3105V. It’s a dedicated one-way alarm so it can not be upgraded to work with a two way remote.
It’s not a big deal as it’s more cost effective to purchase a two-way alarm than to upgrade remote controls. Other than that the 3102V is a big step up in features so the lower model number seems misleading.
Better Siren Options
More Auxiliary Outputs
The 3102V comes with 5 auxiliary outputs as opposed the 2 found on the 3105V. These can be operated via various remote button combinations and can be fully customised by your installer with the use of a Bit Writer programming tool.
In addition, the 3102V has built-in central locking relays as well as a built-in starter motor immobiliser relay (as opposed to an external relay). The alarm has an OEM alarm disarm output which can be useful for some vehicles and it also supports selective unlocking.
I’m not going to repeat what I covered in the 3105V review so click here for the rest of the details…
Suggested Installed Price:
$530.00 (Price may vary depending on vehicle and requirements)
None insurance standard alarm:
Suitable for vehicles with factory transponder immobiliser or low-risk vehicles
A nice step up in features over the 3105V and a great starting point if you like to add accessories to your alarm
Heaps of programmable options without the Price tag of the high-end Viper systems
- Clone-Safe® Code-Hopping®
- Hazard/Parklight output
- Built-in Failsafe® Starter Kill Immobiliser
- Built-in Locking Relays
- Stinger® DoubleGuard® Shock Sensor
- Battery Back-Up Siren
- Horn Honk
- Dome Light Supervision – On-Board Relay
- SmartStart ready
- 5 Auxiliary Outputs
- Includes Two 4-button Transmitters