Custom Motorcycle Gear Indicator for older Bikes. Can easily be connected to any Bike, needs just the neutral signal.Designed by Phoenix CNC, OLEDiUNO, Ships from Bulgaria
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What is it? Custom Gear Indicator based on my OLEDiUNO PCB. Added the option for a separate 12 Volt voltage divider for each input so it can be used with positive trigger from the ECU of the car fo...Read More…
Custom Gear Indicator based on my OLEDiUNO PCB.
Added the option for a separate 12 Volt voltage divider for each input so it can be used with positive trigger from the ECU of the car for automatic transmissions.
Please remember that the frame is for the 1.3" display and will not fit the 0.96" version. If you want the frame please add the 1.3" display as well, thank you.
Here is a video of the auto Transmission model:
Because I wanted to add a Gear Indicator to my Motorcycle and thought that maybe others are interested in it too.
It can be used on any Motorcycle that has no Indicator from factory like many older Bikes. It can be adapted to any gear number. Just leave a comment when ordering. The Indicator has 5 connections:
The reed switches are triggered by a magnet connected to the gear shift lever. Or you can mount waterproof micro switches with levers. After turning on Ignition and when the neutral is not selected you will get the message to Select Neutral. If you have any other questions please let me know.
Update: I can also make this Gear display for newer bikes where a signal is present for each gear the motorcycle is in. Again anything from 2 gears up to 8 gears is possible. It can even be used in a car if you like and can be used with stick shift and automatic transmissions.
Martin | Aug. 30, 2018
Daniel | July 5, 2017
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