What are Ilco keys used for?

What are Ilco keys used for?

These keys contain a transponder chip enclosed in the head that communicates with the vehicle’s immobilizer system. This line of keys contains a transponder chip enclosed in the plastic head that communicates with the vehicle’s immobilizer system.

What brand is ILCO?

Ilco, Silca and Advanced Diagnostics are members of the dormakaba Group, headquartered in R├╝mlang (Zurich/Switzerland). This group is a leader in the global market for access and security solutions.

Where are Ilco keys made?

Rocky Mount, NC
Ilco’s manufacturing facility in Rocky Mount, NC, has recently been certified in accordance with ISO 14001:2015.

How do I find my old keys?

You can tell whether your key is brass or iron by learning to identify brass. One of the best ways to do this is to use a magnet. If the key sticks to the magnet, it is probably iron. If it does not, it is probably brass.

Can Ilco keys be duplicated?

Your keys tell who you are. Keys can be copied, but that’s not to say they can’t be unique. Ilco lets you customize them to your taste: choose your color, different from all the others. Whatever solution you want, Ilco will always have a strong, attractive key made of top quality alloys and raw materials.

Are all tubular locks the same?

Tubular locks come in varying sizes, with 7-pins being the most common and 10-pins the least popular. You often find these used in vending machines, computers, bicycle locks, and glass displays. Other tubular lock sizes go as little as 4 pins, depending on the manufacturer.

What kind of keys Cannot be copied?

But not every lock can be broken and not every key is for duplication. There are certain keys that cannot be duplicated. They are called Do not duplicate (DND) keys….These are non-duplicable keys:

  • Transponder Key.
  • Laser Cut Car Key.
  • VAT Key.
  • Abloy keys.
  • Tubular Keys.
  • Internal Cut Keys.
  • Four-Sided Key.