Wiring, Electrics, Motogadget
Wiring & upgrades
Whether you are looking for a fault specialist or a completely new wiring loom, mono motorcycles specialisms in this field can support you. With over thirty years experience in the automotive industry, Daniel Morris – Master Technician of mono motorcycles brings a lifetime of skills and expertise; supporting private customers and major dealers alike.
- Bespoke looms
- Unfinished projects
- Faulty alarms
- Heated grips & accessories
- Crash protection
- Tail tidy
mono motorcycles are now dealers for motogadget systems
Motorcycle wiring & electronic innovations are one of the core disciplines of mono motorcycles. Daniel Morris – Proprietor & Master Motorcycle Technician has his finger on the pulse when it comes to the very latest innovations in the automotive/motorcycle world.
‘motogadget’ are on the cutting edge of innovative & inspirational solutions for motorcycle electronics. Their ‘motogadget’ m.unit blue is THE biggest innovation to happen to modern motorcycle building.
The ‘motogadget’ m.unit blue uses can-bus digital networking to eliminate the need for relays & fuses also halving the amount of cabling, using single touch buttons that can control multiple commands through one switch, making for neat, precise & minimalistic builds.
An example of this is the headlight.
Push the headlight button once quickly & the main beam will flash. Press & hold the button for 1 second, the headlight low beam will come on. Press again & it will bring on the main beam & again will switch the head light off.
One button. One wire. Thus eliminating 6 wires, 2 relays & 2 fuses from the loom & that’s only one switch circuit.
The ‘motogadget’ m.unit blue can also detect what type of indicators are fitted & flash at the right speed with whatever load, LED or bulbs. You can also set up auto cancel to switch off 30 seconds after releasing the brakes should you forget.
The rear side light & brake light can be wired using only one wire. Joining the one wire to both connections at the rear light unit, the ‘motogadget’ m.unit blue uses pulse width modulation to control the light.
The easiest way to explain this set up is the rear light is sent a digital wave to both the side & brake lights. The rear light would receive a lower voltage (around 5-6v on a 12v system making a dim light), then when the brake light is activated, the m-unit blue would send a full 12v signal making the light brighter.
The ‘motogadget’ m.unit blue can also sense de-acceleration & utilising a g-sensor, can detect hard braking, which then flashes the brake & hazard lights, to help prevent a rear end shunt!
Another feature, should you choose to use it, is the keyless system called m-lock. This can be activated via a fob or even from the Bluetooth from a smart phone!