The Passive Entry Passive Start (PEPS) system offers greater ease of use for car drivers and passengers.
What is a Passive Entry Passive Start (PEPS) system for cars?
Passive Entry Passive Start (PEPS) is an automotive system that allows the user to access and start the vehicle without taking the key out of a bag or pocket. The driver can automatically lock and unlock the car doors when in proximity of the vehicle, and start/stop the engine simply by pushing the ignition button.
To lock the vehicle, the user just moves away from it with the key, or touches a button or specific area on one of the door handles, depending on the ergonomic solution chosen by the manufacturer.
Valeo’s new-generation Passive Entry Passive Start system
Valeo has developed a new generation of Passive Entry Passive Start systems offering enhanced comfort, ease of use and security, with an upmarket (or premium) appearance.
The purpose of the Passive Entry Passive Start system is to offer improved comfort for the driver. It guarantees transparent identification of the vehicle user, and reliable starting of the engine.
With this hands-free access and start system, Valeo is able to design and supply complete, easily integrated systems for mature and emerging markets where features like these are flourishing. Valeo designs, develops, approves and supplies Passive Entry Passive Start systems that are optimized for customers’ ranges of vehicle.
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