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Locksmiths need to be able to deal with lockouts, keys, laser cut keys, remotes, and transponder chip keys. Lockouts mean that you need to have someone help you with access because your key is lost or does not work. A lockout may be very time consuming due to the kind of key that may be lost or malfunctioning. Duplicate keys may need to be made from your original key or code. Laser cut keys are made from an electronic key machine that uses an electronic model that may use an original key or a code. The problem is more advanced for the locksmith when the lockout involves a programmed signal with a receiver. Transponder chip keys are keys with transponder chips that send a signal to a receiver to activate a function like starting your car. The key does fit into the ignition of the car and must send a programmed signal to the receiver so that the engine will turn over and start. The key may even turn while in the ignition but will not allow the automobile to start because of a missing programmed signal. The transponder chip key protects your car from auto thefts that involve vehicles that can be driven away.
A remote is a device that sends a programmed signal to a receiver after pressing a button. The remote programmed signal may be required for access to a car door, an ignition, or a automobile trunk. A stronger radio signal from an airport or a radio station, and a weak battery, could be causes for a remote that does not work because the signal is affected. Each remote has a different installed code. For safety, scanning the code with scanning equipment may be a challenge because the newer devices use cyclic cryptographic coding which automatically changes the code after every transmission. The remote has a circuit chip which performs on a fixed radio frequency with the receiver that may be installed on a car. Depressing the button on the remote actuates the signal which allows the requested function. Locksmiths may be challenged by a lockout from a remote or transponder chip key because of the programmed signals, codes, and difficulty accessing the vehicle.