The system is installed using a plug-and-play connection to the vehicle without cutting into OEM wires. - Photo: InterMotive

The system is installed using a plug-and-play connection to the vehicle without cutting into OEM wires.

Photo: InterMotive

InterMotive Vehicle Controls, a manufacturer of electronic control systems, enhanced its Aftermarket Interface Module (AIM) with a new integrated security feature. AIM now provides the ability to lock/unlock auxiliary doors and cabinets using the OEM key fob, increasing security for work trucks, ambulances, and other specialty vehicles.

AIM is a programmable power relay unit used to control and/or activate equipment while optimizing vehicle performance. The system offers eight CAN data multi-level high/low true outputs used to drive external loads and a high idle feature to increase electrical and mechanical vehicle operation.

The new locking feature simplifies security measures and saves time for users. The system is installed using a plug-and-play connection to the vehicle without cutting into OEM wires.

AIM is currently available from builders, upfitters, dealers and InterMotive’s master distributer, LGS Group.