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Housings for Anti-Theft Devices

Anti-theft devices prevent the unauthorized use of vehicles. They operate by checking authentication codes, which are generally incorporated into the vehicle’s key in the form of a radio-frequency identification (RFID) chip. If the chip is unable to authenticate the gadget used to start the vehicle, the anti-theft device will prevent the vehicle from starting.

Glass-to-metal sealed (GTMS) feedthroughs ensure that the electrical components have a continuous flow of power supply and, most importantly, that the components are effectively protected from any damaging environmental factors