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Electronic Modules Custom

Electronic Modules Custom

motogadget mo.unit blue
motogadget mo.unit blue
Besides proven functions the mo.unit blue is equipped with Bluetooth LE which allows to connect it with the ‘mo.ride’ app. This app manages the entire setup and alarm system. Fault diagnostics can also be performed during operation and a secure, encrypted Keyless Go function. When the latter is activated and you approach your motorbike with your smartphone, the on-board electrical system is activated and the motorbike is ready to be started.
The mo.unit blue is a digital control unit for your motorbike and the heart of the entire on-board electrical system. It can be operated using buttons or using conventional handlebar switches. It controls all necessary components on the vehicle while also performing fuse functions. It significantly reduces relays and other components in the wiring harness for minimized vehicle electrics.
When using the mo.button, all switch connections are reduced to one single cable.
Features WITHOUT smartphone and mo.ride App Digital control using buttons possible with 4 or 5-button operation., Replacement for the fuse box. 10 independent circuits are digitally monitored and switched off if there are faults., Alarm system that can be installed in any position., Digital flasher relay that is load-independent; automatic switch-off optional and can be set; mo.wave mode can be selected., Hazard warning light., Turn signal can optionally be set as a positioning light., Parking light and headlight flashing., Lo-beam and Hi-beam (up to 120 W switched capacity) can be controlled using only one button., Digital brake light modulator; flashing mode can be programmed., Acceleration-controlled emergency brake light (automatic warning signal)., Integrated starter relay for the starter system with solenoid (up to 30 A switched capacity)., Intelligent and configurable management/switch-off of power consuming devices so that the maximum starting energy from the battery can be used when starting the motorbike., Digital horn relay., Two configurable additional outputs AUX1 and AUX2., Diagnostics function for assigning inputs, outputs, the circuit switching status, short circuit diagnostics etc., Calibration and current measurement enables faults to be detected on all lamps. ,
Features WITH smartphone and mo.ride App Encrypted connection via Bluetooth LE (Low Energy) for manipulation protection, Keyless Go (the on-board electrical system is switched on when you approach the motorbike with your smartphone)., Alarm events are sent via Bluetooth to the App (with date, time, vehicle on the floor etc.)., Alarm system mode and sensitivity can be adjusted., On-board voltage can be monitored in the App., Diagnostics on all inputs and outputs; current, voltage and device temperature measurement., Real-time audio fault messages issued via the helmet headset., Outputs can be switched manually via smartphone (except for starter)., Firmware updates provided anywhere via smartphone and App without removal., Setup menu can be configured anywhere via smartphone and App without removal., Speedometer input for comparing the vehicle mileage with mo.ride can be used for vehicle management with automatic alerts for maintenance tasks, the condition of the tires, chain, brake pads, oil, operating fluids, spark plugs etc., Logbook for recording journeys and displaying the vehicle status, alarm events and maintenance tasks., Parking position display and Ping! for help locating the vehicle., LIN bus connection,
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motogadget mo.button
motogadget mo.button
Further reduce and simplify your mo.unit based wiring harness by using this little m.button device. Installed into the handlebar tube - or any other adequate location - this tiny cylinder will electrically connect all handlebar instruments, switches and buttons. With state-of-the-art bus technology, the m.Button digitally processes signals and transmits them to the m.unit V.2 over a single thin wire. The electrical consumers will then be switched inside the m.unit. All control wires are moved into the handlebar. This saves space, weight and time. A must-have for custom bikes with clean-look handlebars.
Simple facts:
Normally, the operating current (e.g. to headlight or turn signals) is transmitted directly via the wiring of the handlebar switches. Due to the high currents, cables with large cross-sections have to be routed from the fuse box to the switch and back to the electrical consumer.
The result: fat wire bundles. Definitely, a 'no go' for custom bikes with restricted space or a concealed electrical system.
Using the mo.unit in combination with the mo.Button, all switches/buttons on the handlebar are connected at the shortest distance possible to the mo.button and from there only ONE thin wire runs to the mo.unit. All loads and currents will be switched directly at the m.unit. A layout reduced to the max!
The mo.button is completely moulded, making it water-tight and resistant to vibrations. It features connections for
turn signal, left side, turn signal, right side, headlight (low beam and high beam), E-starter, horn, brake light switch, front brake, can be used with 6V and 12V electrical systems,
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Elektronikbox D-Box Control Module
Elektronikbox D-Box Control Module
Custom wiring harnesses with micro buttons on the handlebars, almost always face the mechanic with the same question: Where to put the relays? The buttons themselves do not stand high switching currents.
The programmable control modules from Axel Joost Elektronikbox combine the basic bike functions (horn, load independent turn signals, head light, starter) in one box and eliminate the need for relays. Control is via thin cables to the buttons on the handlebars, the outputs switch the electrical loads.
The minimal size of the boxes allows a mounting in the head light shell, under the tank or hidden under the seat ... in short: everywhere on the bike, where there is just a little space.
A not to be underestimated advantage beside the saving of the relays is also that the modules simplify the wiring of custom bikes substantially and one gets along with very few cables.
The modules are sealed waterproof and are delivered with a 20 A fuse.
The D-Box offers - compared to the H-Box from the same brand - enhanced features that can be relevant for security functions on more recent bikes. Here's a list of the D-Box's functions and circuits:
Turn signals left and right (by push button or switch), An extra wire for the turn signal indicator LED (safes you wiring diodes or LED-adapters), Turn signal cancellation and position light function programmable, High and low beam (by push button or switch), Horn (push button), Brakelight (push button), Engine start (push button), Ignition power supply, Neutral and sidestand switch can be used as security circuit, Emergency switch (kill switch by push button or by switch), LED equipped function control for all circuits,
The D-Box can be used together with the OEM TS(S)M. This feature will preserve speed-dependent turn signal cancellation and the alarm system.
There is also a small device called D-Box adapter that takes all the pulses from the handlebar push buttons and passes them on to the D-Box via a one wire bus. This way you will be able install the D-Box under e.g. the seat and just route one single wire to the handlebar, instead of a wire loom made up from at least six wires.
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TLT-Moto CAN-Switchbox V5K
TLT-Moto CAN-Switchbox V5K
On recent Harley models the complete electrics and electronics are managed by two or three computers: the ECU for the entire motor management, the ABS module - if so equipped - for the regulation and control of the brakes, and the Body Control Module - in short called BCM -, i.e. the computer that manages the whole communication between switches and buttons, lighting, instruments, and indicators. A brief example: it's no longer the brake light switch that commands the brake light in the rear of the bike. The brake light switch just sends a pulse to the BCM, which then in turn lights the bulb.
All three computers communicate with each other by means of a data bus, the so-called CAN-bus. The customizers' nemesis now is that the BCM can only work with pulses and signals from OEM switches and buttons, and that only OEM instruments and indicators can correctly interprete its data packets. All in all rather swampy ground for successful customizing.
Here the TLT-Moto CAN-switchbox enters the scenery. It works with custom switches' inputs, provides the correct signals for custom speedos and tachometers, switches on indicators, and takes over the entire communication with the BCM. This in turn doesn't even take notice of the bunch of foreign stuff around it, presumes to be working with OEM periphery, and your Harley runs as always, with no error codes or vehicle-downs.
The CAN-switchbox has - besides power, ground and bus-connections - 11 input and 9 output channels and provides 6 switched grounds for indicator LEDs. Connecting the CAN-switchbox is no big deal, but requires a bit of care. And previous experience with electronics is welcome.
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Electronic modules ... who needs that?

Without question, electronics are out of place on a JD model from 1925 or an original 1936 VLD. The electrical system has to be simple, because there are only two lamps to light up and two sparks on the spark plugs to ignite. And occasionally you have to use the horn to wake up inattentive road users. So much for the old bikes. In addition, there are mechanics who intentionally and on principle convert every Evolution engine to contact ignition.

This distrust in electronics is not justified in our opinion.

So, why electronic modules? What can these little black boxes do?

The parts came on the market in the 1990s to make the wiring of the bike easier for us screwdrivers. They take the strain off the switches and buttons on the handlebars, making it possible to use small, unobtrusive buttons for a clean look without relays having to do the switching work. After all, a standard relay is a cube with an edge length of just under 2.5 cm. Space is at a premium on a bike, especially a custom bike, where want to hide all the ugly parts it takes to work under covers.

Modules organize and centralize the electrical functions.

It's like a tablet or smartphone. And if a fault should ever occur, it is found much more quickly in a well-organized wiring system. Speaking of errors: W&W was one of the first providers of such boxes. Over the decades, the number of complaints about box failures has been in the range of a tenth of a millimeter. The modules are encapsulated to be water and vibration resistant, there are no moving parts as in relays, and the manufacturers have invested a great deal of knowledge and expertise in the design of the circuit boards. Axel Joost, Kellermann, Motorrad-Design, motogadget, TLT, they all know what they are doing and are good at it. Item.

Do I need electronics expertise to install and connect an electronics module?

No. You don't need to have had an A+ in physics (for the Swiss: a 6). What we can say from our own experience: take care when laying and connecting wires. And read the manual. You can find them online in our store before you buy. And you will always find a wiring diagram. That's all you need. The manufacturer has invested the expertise to provide you with a ready-to-use product, so to speak.

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