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Motogadget motoscope pro BMW R nine T

5 040 kr

The motoscope pro BMW R nineT is the only plug & play instrument on the market. The CAN-Bus interface of the motoscope pro enables the complete display of all original functions (except settings for heated grips). The original plug connector for the original wiring loom makes the instrument a real plug&ride solution and a very easy installation.

For the BMW R9T a Breakout Box is not necessary.

A LED matrix display enables an ultra thin housing design.  734 LEDs, controlled by a 16-bit RISC processor - creates an almost rimless, self-illuminating display. It provides optimal readability even under conditions of direct sunlight. Features automatic diming for optimal readability in direct sunlight or in the dark of night.

The rev-counter is displayed fully scalable via the analogue LED band with drag indicator function. Main and secondary displays are user configurable. Another display section shows the gear currently engaged.

Four indicator lights are pre-installed and can be used for far more input signals. The billet aluminum casing is cnc-machined and is easily mounted by two backside threaded holes on the back of the instrument.

Please note: The Touch-Sensitive-Area is not supported for this application. Heated grips and the BMW alarm system will not work with this gauge.

Attention: The motoscope pro BMW R9T does not work for the 2017 models!

Parts Included

• motoscope pro with ca. 70 cm (27.5") connector cable
• 2 stainless steel screws
• detailed installation and operating instructions

Specifications and Features

• Length, Height, Depth: 109 mm/ 47 mm/ 11 mm
• Weight: appr. 100 g
• Mounting: 2 x M3 threaded hole
• Power consumption during operation: max. 200 mA (load dependent)
• Power consumption in standby: 0.4 mA
• Operating voltage: 9 V - 15 V
• Operating temperature: -20°... +80°C

Available Accessories:  Mounting bracket, part # MG1005032

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