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As the security system available in cars gets better, the job of the locksmith gets more complicated, whether it is installing the key entry system or unlocking the car when the key is lost. Hence better and advanced locksmith tools are now required. What are these tools and where are they available? Read on to find out more.

There is a funny yet a common problem with any security system. The system that you use for security should not only protect your property from the thieves but also allow access to you in case of need. As an example, you put a code in any device to protect your information from people, but in case you forget it yourself, you have to go through a hard time. As the security systems become stronger, more expertise is needed to break it in case of an emergency. That is the reason why the job of a locksmith is becoming more and more complex.

Talking in particular about automobiles, where initially all a locksmith needed to know was some tricks and have some essential tools to open the car lock in case a person forgot the key inside the car or in case of losing the key. However, now the conventional locking system has been replaced with the advanced key entry system that is not manual in its working. It works with the help of a system of radio signals that are emitted from the key and only when they match with the code programmed on the receiver in the car, does the car get unlocked. As the system gets more complicated so does the requirements of the locksmith tools. They need more sophisticated tools for the job. It depends on the tools that a locksmith has along with skill and expertise that makes him good at the task. So, what are the tasks which a locksmith performs and what are the tools he needs for the purpose. Let us take a look.

One of the locksmith tools is a decoder, required for all remote key entry systems to decode the tumblers of the lock. However, once it has been decoded the system will have to be reprogrammed completely. A key extractor is another essential tool required for removing parts of key stuck inside when a key breaks, or in instances where someone tried to open a car forcefully and broke the key in the attempt. A key cutting machine is a must have for a locksmith to cut new keys for a car or in case when the keys are lost so new keys are required and the old keys are not available for duplication. There are many more such tools required for a locksmith to do his work efficiently at the same time ensuring that there is no damage to the car in the process. A locksmith requires all these tools for installing a keyless entry system in a car, unlocking a car in the event of loss of keys or cutting out replacement keys and other such purposes.
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