Ganze Folge unter http://www.dmax.de/video/d-motor-das-automagazin-episode-13-teil-1/. Tim Schrick zeigt Carsten van Ryssen, wie ein Keyless-Go-System funktioniert, da er es kaum glauben kann, das Auto ohne Schlüssel zu fahren.
When the driver has the electronic key in his jacket pocket, for example,
gripping a door handle is sufficient to enable opening, starting up and
locking of the vehicle.
KEYLESS GO is a convenient electronic drive authorisation system which
relieves the driver of the need to take the vehicle key in his hand before
boarding or starting up the car. All doors can be opened and closed without
even activating the remote control.
With KEYLESS GO, the functions of the familiar electronic key are
incorporated into a newly developed key in which the access and drive
authorisation functions are stored.
If the key is in the direct vicinity of the vehicle when the user grips one
of the door handles, the vehicle's electronics will communicate with the
key via the corresponding induction antennae in the doors, tank trim and
bumper. If the authorisation code is correct, the vehicle will be unlocked.
Locking the vehicle from outside and convenience closing and opening are
equally possible with this system. The engine can be started and stopped
via the start/stop button on the selector lever or in the ignition lock.
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Mercedes Benz Keyless Go Smart Key Operation
Carquestions demonstrates the Keyless Go remote key by Mercedes Benz. Also
known generically as a "SmartKey" Mark finds out there are some interesting
limitations if you leave your key behind after you start your car.