Do you know transponder keys are more secure than traditional ignition keys? Why does car transponder key replacement cost so much? How can I get a copy of a transponder key at much lower price than car dealerships charge? Read this on and you’ll find more.
Transponder devices use microchips, which are programmed by the manufacturer with a unique serial number. When the key is inserted, the signal is sent to the receiver located near the ignition. If the digital S/N in the transponder matches the one programmed in the car, it will start when you turns the key. If the car doesn’t detect the key’s microchip or the correct serial number, then it won’t start. So a transponder key’s digital ID is virtually unique, which is why makes it more secure than traditional ignition key, which only has a few standard cut combination.
But microchips are quite expensive, and getting a key with a microchip copied costs much more than traditional re-keying. What’s more, car dealerships usually charge more than you expect for a new transponder key.
You can ask locksmiths for help. They have the same equipment as car dealerships to program new transponder keys. Or you can just settle this by yourself, with this small and amazing Original Scorpio-LK Tango Transponder Key Programmer, specially designed for transponder key programming.
Tango Programmer, created by Scorpio-LK, founded over twenty years and focusing on transponder keys creation and functions that are useful for locksmiths worldwide, and has become one of the most widely used and recognizable RFID transponder key programmer which is developed to cover, read, write and generate the latest transponders used in the latest vehicle immobilizer technologies.
Original Tango Key Programmer Highlights:
1. 100% Original Scorpio-LK Tango
2. Supports Daihatsu G Chip Function ( Need to pay)
3. Latest Version: V1.116
4. Free update online: Connect your TANGO to a computer with internet, start the software to [help]>>[check update], then you can update Tango to the latest software.
5. Operating system: Win98, WinXP, Vista, Win8, Win8/8.1, Win10
6. With Free TANGO OBD Cable
Tango Software V1.116 Feature:
Again First in the World!
TangoPlus for Subaru V1.0
True Emulation via OBD of all SmartKeys
The only right conception to solve the “All Keys Lost” problem
Key maker Toyota H-Immo (All Keys Lost), based on Barracuda Image
Dump: added cars Toyota Aygo, Citrone C1, Peugeot 108
Key maker Mercedes Benz Actros 2015 – (95128, M13)
Added Auto Update framework for supplementary files
Some bugs fixed
You can check the features of other software versions via:
Tango Key Programmer Supported Transponders List:
PCF7930-31 writing, reading
PCF7935 writing, reading, shadow memory, crypto calculator
PCF7936 writing, reading, modes password, crypto, Manchester & Biphase encodings
PCF7941 transponder, remote, eeprom, Manchester & Biphase encodings
PCF7942 transponder, remote, eeprom, Manchester & Biphase encodings
PCF7943 transponder, remote, Manchester & Biphase encodings
PCF7944 transponder, remote, eeprom, Manchester & Biphase encodings
PCF7945 transponder, remote, eeprom, Manchester & Biphase encodings
PCF7946 transponder, remote, Manchester & Biphase encodings
PCF7947 transponder, remote, eeprom, Manchester & Biphase encodings
PCF7952 transponder, remote, eeprom, Manchester & Biphase encodings
PCF7961 transponder, remote, Manchester & Biphase encodings
*Auto switching between PCF7936-PCF7961 windows if invalid type detected.
*Autodetect manchester / biphase
Temic 11 reading , writing to T5
Temic 12 reading , writing to T5
Megamos (13) reading , writing to T5 , emulating on PCF7930-35
Megamos (48) reading, writing, PIN, unlock by PIN, full range of memory contents, crypto calculation
Megamos CRYPTO-2 (8E) read ID, read/write EEPROM, write Cryptokey
Tiris (4C) reading
Tiris (4D) DST crypto reading, writing, crypto calculator
Tiris (4E) DST crypto reading, writing, crypto calculator
Tiris (8C) reading
TK5551M (T5 replacement)
SAAB reading , writing to T5
Kindly reminder: Tango programmer is in working out stages, therefore the list of the supported transponders will be developed in the future. Let’s wait and see what happens!