Housings for Anti-Theft Devices

Product Description

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


Our glass-to-metal feedthroughs are extremely robust and air-tight and can be manufactured according to our customers’ requirements.


Anti-theft devices are found in a wide range of automobiles today.

Technical Details


To ensure the reliable hermeticity of these housing components, glass-to-metal sealing technology is used. Please click on this page for more information.

In addition, these compression glass-to-metal feedthroughs are generally fitted inside drill-proof steel housings for added protection.

Features / Specifications

In many cases, anti-theft devices are additonally packaged in a steel housing in order to prevent unauthorized access.

Forms of Supply and Product Packaging

All products can be packaged individually and supplied on trays.


All our Automotive Division production facilities are TS 16949 certified. For more information, please refer to our quality assurance processes.
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