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The physical size, unique design and simple, yet effective disarming action,
allows for the
G-Spot unit and the 'sensing point'
to be quickly fitted in a wide variety of locations.
They are inexpensive too!

Design Concept | Tech Info | Animated Schematic


    Automatic Arming - the G-Spot re-arms itself virtually instantaneously.
    Discreet - no remotes, flashing lights, noisy sirens or alteration to your vehicles outward appearance.
    Tough - fully encapsulated in epoxy resin, the G-Spot is designed to withstand the environmental rigors of working in a vehicle - within reason.
    Dependable - the concept has been thoroughly field tested to ensure it's reliable operation in a wide variety of vehicles and actual real-life situations.
    Convenient - with a
G-Spot fitted, your automotive security is literally at your "fingertips"!
  Because it is all solid state, the
G-Spot should reduce wear and tear on ignition switch contacts when installed in a vehicles starting solenoid circuit.
  Because operating a
G-Spot requires that the driver physically contacts parts of the car, this should aid subsequent gathering of forensic evidence if required, making it easier for law
enforcement officials endeavoring to enforce laws pertaining to our property rights.

Design Concept | Features | Animated Schematic


SS-1335 Model
(Starting Solenoid - 13A 35V)

    Reverse Polarity Protected.
    200 Amp maximum non-repetitive surge current (< 1/100th second).
    13 Amp maximum continuous current rating - but not indefinitely.
    35 Volt maximum forward or reverse voltage rating.
    Not static-sensitive.


The 'sensing point' or G-Spot can be any electrically conductive object isolated from the vehicles power supply and chassis (earth) and within reach of the driver, or the driver and other occupant(s).
It can be as small or as big as you like - it's up to you and/or the installer.


Some examples of things being used for a G-Spot are:

    Dashboard securing screws.
    Microphone clips.
    Tiny screws like those from the hinges of spectacle frames.
    A couple of strands of wire sewn into a fluffy dice or upholstery.
    The head of a pin, heated then pushed through plastic dashboard.
Conductive paint/wire glue can also come in handy.
  

Design Concept | Features | Tech Info




When power is applied (red), SCR prevents operation of the load until
the voltage on the base of the PNP transistor is lowered
by the earthed owner's contacting the G-Spot (green),
turning the transistor on.  Current then flows through the
collector circuit and 220 ohm resistor (orange)
to trigger the gate of SCR.
  Once triggered, SCR allows power to flow to load (green)
 and remains on until power is isolated.


Copyright July 30th, 2001, Daniel Davies
G-Spot was a Trademark of Daniel Davies (aka Daniel Morgan)
Manufacturing Rights as per my Instructional Animation Now Licensed 
to Students Attending an Educational Institution or Individuals in a Private Dwelling, 
Subject to My Terms & Conditions and Disclaimer All Other Rights Reserved

NZ Patent Application # 510157
Last Modified 14th May, 2011



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