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Multifunctional instrument black



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Classic optics with modern technology and an unbeatable price / performance ratio characterize the multifunction speedometer.

Classic optics with modern technology and an unbeatable price / performance ratio characterize the multifunctional instrument.


Classic multifunction cockpit that includes the most important functions. Suitable for two- and four-stroke motorcycles as well as quads and ATVs with 12 V DC on-board power supply and battery.


suitable for all ignition systems
digital speed display up to 360 km / h (223 MPH)
analog speed display up to 10,000 rpm
Switching warning programmable in steps of 100
Total odometer up to 99,999 km (miles)
Trip odometer up to 999 km (miles)
Clock 24h
Indicator lights for: neutral, high beam, turn signals and warning light
Wheel circumference adjustable from 300 – 2,500 mm in 1 mm steps
stainless steel
Dimensions stainless steel housing (Ø x D) approx. 79 x 55 mm
Ø decorative ring approx. 86 mm
Delivery incl. Mounting material, device holder, pulse pickup (Hall sensor) with robust holder as well as German installation and operating instructions.

The Hall sender has three connection cables, red = plus input 5 volt, white = pulse, black = minus

Older motorcycles with contact ignition may have inaccurate values ​​or fluctuations in the speed display after installation. In this case we recommend the use of the speed signal adapter art. No. KS001

Attention: If a charging indicator light is originally on the vehicle, it must not simply be put to death, as a result of which the charging circuit may fail (e.g. to BMW). Either connect the charge control separately with the originally intended wattage or use the warning light of the T&T instrument in conjunction with a resistor to compensate for the original wattage of the control light.

Please note the marking when using the enclosed magnets. There is either an N or a red line on one side. The side marked in this way must point outwards (in the direction of the sensor).

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