This photo shows the available inLINK remote control option that’s available with the ISIS system. It’s similar to traditional key fobs in form but offers much more in the way of function. It allows you to control all of the electrical functions on your vehicle from a distance of up to 150 feet away. To use inLINK, simply press the button to send a message to the Mastercell input unit. Just as when a switch is flipped inside the car, the specified output is then turned on in the Powercell control unit. The fob has four pages of functions. Page one includes enable security, disable security, operate headlights, and operate parking lights. The security function doesn’t lock the doors. Rather, it disables the ignition and starter in the car via the Mastercell, thus protecting the vehicle from thieves. Any output can be tied to the security function, locking it out unless it’s unlocked via inLINK. When activated, the lights on the car will flash a short pattern.