– motoscope mini – - 4Speed
Operating manual
for multifunctional instrument
– motoscope mini –
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1 Review of delivery
All products from motogadget are thoroughly checked to ensure that they are faultless when
dispatched. Please check received goods for possible transport damage. If you find any
damage or other deficiencies please contact us immediately.
For returns or replacements we refer to our general terms of business and delivery published
on www.motogadget.com. Should we agree to a return or replacements of the instrument
please note that we only accept goods in their original packaging. The instrument and
accessories must be returned within the legal time limit and without any traces of use. We do
not assume any liability for returns which are insufficiently insured or packaged.
2 Exclusion of liability
INSTRUMENT CASINGS AND ALL OTHER PARTS MUST NOT BE OPENED OR
DISMANTLED. IN CASE OF NON-COMPLIANCE ALL WARRANTY CLAIMS BECOME
INVALID. THE USAGE OF INSTRUMENTS, SENSORS AND ACCESSORY PARTS FOR
RACING OR OTHER COMPETITIONS, AS WELL AS USAGE WHICH DOES NOT
COMPLY WITH RECOMMENDED APPLICATION RENDERS ALL WARRANTY CLAIMS
INVALID. MOTOGADGET ACCEPTS NO LIABILITY FOR DIRECT OR INDIRECT
DAMAGE OR SUBSEQUENT DAMAGE OF ANY KIND RESULTING FROM USAGE,
INSTALLATION OR CONNECTION OF INSTRUMENTS, SENSORS OR OTHER
DELIVERED EQUIPMENT. THIS EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY INCLUDES DAMAGE TO
PEOPLE, DAMAGE TO MATERIAL AND FINANCIAL DAMAGE. USAGE ON PUBLIC
ROADS IS UNDERTAKEN AT USER'S OWN RISK.
2.1 Duty of registration
The motoscope mini has a General Operating Permit (ABE) and therefore does not have to
be entered into the vehicle documents. The device is identifiable as having a General
Operating Permit by a special label with the code "KBA 91177" on the back side of the device.
THE GENERAL OPERATING PERMIT (ABE) IS ONLY VALID WHEN THE DEVICE IS
INSTALLED IN TWO- OR THREE-WHEELED VEHICLES AND THE WHEEL
CIRCUMFERENCE WHICH HAS BEEN ENTERED INTO SETUP CORRESPONDS TO THE
ROLLING TIRE CIRCUMFERENCE GIVEN (TABLE IN APPENDIX).
THE USER IS PERSONALLY RESPONSIBLE FOR CORRECT CALCULATIONS AND
ADJUSTMENTS CONCERNING TIRE CIRCUMFERENCE, IMPULSES PER WHEEL
ROTATION AND CORRECT INSTALLATION OF THE SPEEDOMETER SENSOR.
3 Technical data and functions
length/width/height
weight without cables
mounting holes
operating voltage
current consumption
operating temperature
59 mm/21,5 mm/13 mm
ca. 32 gr.
2 x M3, 5 mm deep
9–18 V
max. 100 mA
-20 – +80 °C
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3.1 Summary of functions
Function
Measurement range
speedometer
0–999 km/h or mi/h
trip odometer
0–999,99 km or mi
total odometer (adjustable)
0–99999 km or mi
trip time
0–99:99 h:m
rev counter (digit read out)
0–20,000 rpm
rev counter as LED bar
0–20,000 rpm
rpm threshold LED (shift light)
0–20,000 rpm
4 Preparation for installation and connection of the instrument
4.1 Required knowledge and abilities
Installing and connecting the motoscope mini and its additional equipment requires no specialist
knowledge. Because the motoscope mini can be installed on a wide range of vehicles with
different specifications and equipment it is not possible to cover all cases in this manual. In case
of doubt please consult our web site (Support and FAQ). Motoscope mini might also be installed
by a garage.
4.2 Required equipment for installation and connection
Since the motoscope mini is suitable for a variety of vehicles additional equipment might be
required to mount the instrument to a particular vehicle, for example:
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mounting bracket for instrument plus fitting screws
mounting bracket for speedometer sensor and push button
cables or cable extensions for power supply, ignition signal and push button connection
assembly equipment such as cable ties, plug connectors, shrink tubing, soldering iron,
solder etc.
We recommend use of wiring diagrams for electrical connection.
If you don’t use the motogadget all-purpose bracket you will need a stable mounting bracket for
the instrument. The speedometer sensor is already equipped with a connecting cable (length
1.5 meters) so that the sensor can be connected to the front or rear wheel. For positioning of the
speedometer sensor you might – depending on the position – also require a self-made holding
bracket.
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5 Quick start
This section provides a guide to quick installation and connection of the motoscope mini
a)
Have all the required equipment like mounting brackets, push buttons, fitting screws
and nuts, screw adhesive (medium-strength), cables, cable ties, plug connectors,
shrink tubing and soldering tin ready before you start. Tools required are
screwdrivers, wrenches, an Allen key for M3 metric Allen screws, a side cutter, small
pliers, soldering iron, a voltmeter and a crimping tool.
b)
Make sure that you have got the wiring diagrams of your vehicle and of the motoscope
mini (see appendix).
c)
Choose suitable positions for installing the motoscope mini and the speedometer
sensor. Attach the motogadget mounting bracket to your vehicle or make your own
bracket. Attach the speedometer senor bracket.
d)
Decide at which point all wires will be brought together in order to connect the
motoscope mini with the power supply, speedometer sensor, ignition signal cable and
the push button. Make sure there is sufficient space for the connections.
e)
Mount the instrument, the speedometer sensor and the push button to the vehicle.
f)
Locate “switched plus” on the wiring of your vehicle by using a voltmeter (“switched
plus” means electricity only flows when ignition is switched on). Connect the delivered
cable fuse to switched plus and route a wire from the other end of the fuse to the
chosen terminal point.
g)
Remove ground cable from battery terminal.
h)
Connect a wire to the negative terminal of the ignition coil (coil terminal no 1 - which
leads to ignition box) and route the wire to the terminal point you have chosen in step
c).
In case of a CDI ignition = Capacitor Discharge Ignition (used for quad, scooter, trail
bikes) you must use a motogadget ignition signal pickup unit (article no 9000001)
i)
Connect all wires which meet in the terminal point (motoscope, power supply, speed
sensor, ignition coil and push button) according to the circuit diagram provided in the
appendix. Use the delivered connector kit for easy unplug of the instrument if
necessary.
j)
Re-connect vehicle battery and switch ignition on.
k)
Navigate to the setup menu (see Chapter 12) and adjust all necessary parameters for
engine speed, the rev. counter scale and the speedometer.
l)
Start the engine and watch the rev. counter. If it works correctly, ride carefully and
slowly for a while and check the speedometer. If you do not detect any electrical or
mechanical problems continue the test drive.
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6 General safety instructions for mounting and connection
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Disconnect vehicle battery prior to installation.
In the interest of your own and other peoples’ safety attach all parts securely to
your vehicle.
Make sure that your vehicle is equipped with interference suppressing spark
plugs and connector cables! Use of the motoscope mini with non-suppressed
ignition systems can lead to serious damage of the device.
7 Installation of the motoscope mini
To ensure correct fastening two metric fastening screws must be used (M3). In order to
avoid distortions of the thread, the fastening bolts must be screwed into the instrument
casing to a minimum depth of 3 mm and a maximum depth of 5 mm. Choose screws
that fit to the mounting bracket. We also recommend the use of additional washers and
screw adhesive (e.g. Loctite medium-strength). Furthermore, the maximum torque
applied to the M3 fastening screws must not exceed 4 Nm.
8 Connecting the motoscope mini
8.1 Recommendations for wiring
Before connecting wires look for suitable cable paths. The cables should be as far away
as possible from hot engine parts. Look for a suitable place to connect wires and plugs.
Similar connection points can already be found at the headlights, underneath the gas
tank or at the dash board. Make sure you take note of required lengths of cables before
cutting them to fit. It is important to consider the full lock of the handlebars as well as
pitch of the front and rear suspension. All wires should be free of kinks and should not
be subject to any pull and should be well isolated especially in places of mechanical
wear. We recommend solder joints. For securing wires we recommend cable ties made
from plastic.
8.1.1 Cable colours, functions, and connections
motoscope mini
Cable
colour
Function
Connection
Red
Power supply
Plus (+) “switched” and 1A fused
voltage of the wiring harness
Black
Power supply
Minus (vehicle earth)
Yellow
Signal cable of the rev. counter
Leads to the negative pole
(clamp 1 or -) at one ignition coil.
THIS WIRE MUST NEVER BE
CONNECTED TO THE HIGHVOLTAGE PARTS OF THE
IGNITION!
In case of a CDI ignition you must use
motogadget ignition signal pickup
unit (article no 9000001)
White
Connection of the motoscope to
the speed sensor
Leads to the signal cable of the OEM
speed sensor, or delivered sensor that
switched to +12 V
Green
Cable for the menu push button
Leads to the push button that switches
to earth
Blue
No function
Not connected
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8.2 Battery and power supply
The motoscope mini requires “switched plus” for the power supply that means electricity will only
flow if the ignition is switched on. The motoscope mini can operate within a voltage range of 7 V
to 18 V DC. Using the instrument without a vehicle battery is not intended or recommended!
Please ensure that the polarity of the power supply is correct.
Caution!
You must fuse the +12 V power supply cable with the delivered 1A cable fuse.
If the instrument is used without fuse, damage to the connection cable or the motoscope
can cause a short circuit and a cable fire. Caution! Your life might be in danger! If you
don’t have the specialist knowledge required please ask a garage to install the motoscope!
9 Installation and connection of sensors and push button
9.1 The push button
A push button is required to operate the instrument. Connect one of the push button terminals to
the green motoscope mini wire and the other one to vehicle earth. Polarity of the push button is
not relevant (see diagram in Chapter 16.1).
9.2 Rev counter sensor cable
The instrument can be connected to all conventional ignition systems that work with ignition coils.
Connect the yellow cable to the negative terminal of one ignition coil or to the corresponding
terminal of the ignition box [clamp 1 or earth].
In case of a CDI ignition (Capacitor Discharge Ignition - used for quad, scooter, trail bike)
you must use the motogadget ignition signal pickup unit (article no 9000001)
We assume that your vehicle is equipped with an interference suppressing ignition system.
For accurate functioning of the instrument preferences in the set up menu of the instrument have
to be changed. Please see directions in the relevant chapter.
Caution!
The rev counter connection should never be connected to the high voltage
output of the ignition.
9.3 Installation and connection of the speedometer sensor
The speedometer sensor supplied is a dry reed contact, which is triggered by a magnetic field.
Therefore the magnet supplied should be attached to the wheel with epoxy glue. The distance
between the magnet and the wheel is irrelevant. The speedometer sensor has to be attached to
the vehicle by using a self made holding bracket. The sensor tip has to be fastened parallel to the
magnet. The distance between magnet and sensor should not exceed 4 mm and the sensor
should not touch the magnet or any other moving parts. The sensor holding bracket has to be
sufficiently stable in order to prevent shifting of the sensor while driving. The maximum mounting
torque of the sensor nuts is 1.6 Nm. We recommend screw adhesive (medium strength) for
secure mounting. Connect one cable of the speedometer sensor to +12 V (“switched plus”) and
the other one to the white cable of the motoscope mini (see chapter 16.1)
Caution! If one speedometer sensor terminal is connected to +12 V and the other
terminal touches vehicle earth the sensor will be damaged. The magnet will be damaged if
it is exposed to temperatures higher than 100 В°C or 212 В°F (i.e. hot brakes).
If your vehicle comes with a three wire OEM speedometer sensor which provides an output signal
higher than +5 V you can use the sensor with the instrument. The load resistor supplied should be
connected between the speed sensors power supply and signal output (see Chapter 16.1).
Connect the white cable of the motoscope mini directly to the speed sensor signal output.
You must perform a teach-in procedure to adjust the motoscope mini (see Chapter 12.1.1).
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10 First use of the instrument
When all parts are installed securely and all wires are connected, re-connect the vehicle
battery and switch on the ignition or power supply. If the electrical connections are correct, the
“motogadget” logo will appear which will then switch to the speedometer. If this doesn't
happen turn off the ignition and double-check all connections and wires.
11 Operation and use of the instrument
11.1 General instructions for operation with push button
All functions of the instrument can be activated with the push button. Pressing the button for
different durations provides access to different levels of the display and the setup menu.
The system has three duration stages. For easy navigation in the setup menu, the duration
stage will be displayed in the rev counter bar as follows:
Time Stage 1: < 1 sec
Time Stage 2: 1–3 sec
Time Stage 3: > 3 sec
One third of the bar is illuminated. Function: selection of
the next option or setting a digit.
Two thirds of the bar are illuminated. Function:
selection of the next higher or lower level or selection of
the next digit. Deleting saved information.
The full bar is illuminated. Function: selection of the
previous/primary level or leaving the menu item.
Please find the exact sequences for the setup menu in the flow chart (Chapter 16.2).
11.2 Analogue display of engine speed with LED bar
The rev. counter bar in the first line of the display can be adjusted using the setup menu in
scales of 0–6,000, 0–8,000, 0–10,000, 0–14,000 and 0–16,000 rpm.
After entering the specific data of your vehicle and the correct rev. counter scale, the LED bar
should display the correct engine speed. If the engine speed display is irregular and fluctuates
select another input filter (InpF) in the setup menu.
11.3 Speed display (in km/h or mph)
The current vehicle speed is displayed in the menu point “Speed”. The speed range is
between 0 and 999 km/h or mph. The speed can also be displayed in mph. If the function
“auto back” is activated (Setup/Displ/aback), the display will switch back to the speedometer
after a while. If the chosen duration is 00 s the function “auto back” is deactivated. In this
setting the current display will re-appear after switching the instrument on and off.
11.4 Trip odometer (in km or mi)
The current day mileage will be displayed if you choose “Trip” on the menu. The distance
covered will be displayed by a number from 0 and 999.99 km or mi. After 999.99 km or mi. the
display starts again at 0 mi or km. To reset trip odometer keep the menu button pressed.
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11.5 The Odometer (in km or mi)
The odometer displays the total mileage covered since installation of the instrument.
The odometer can be reset to 0 in the set-up menu by selecting “RESET/ALL”. To select
different starting mileage other than 0 go to “RESET/ODO”.
11.6 The engine speed display (in rpm)
This function displays the current engine speed as a numerical value from 0 and 20,000 rpm.
This display requires vehicle specific settings in the setup menu.
11.7 Travel time display
A stopwatch measures the actual travel time (running only when vehicle is moving). Travel
time will be recorded to the second up to 99 hours and 59 minutes. If travel time amounts to
less than 59 min and 59 s it is displayed as minutes and seconds (mm.ss). Travel time of
more than one hour will be displayed as hours and minutes (hh:mm). Travel time will be
stored when instrument is switched off. Travel time can be reset by pressing the push button.
11.8 Threshold indication of the engine speed (shift light)
When a pre-set engine speed is reached (SETUP/DISPL/FLASH) all LEDs in the display will
flash with a frequency of 5 Hz and with maximum brightness.
12 The Setup menu (adjusting the instrument)
All adjustments and calibrations of the motoscope mini are carried out with a single push
button. For this reason the setup is divided in “levels.” Selection and access of these levels as
well as sub-levels is achieved by pressing the push button for different lengths of time which
is displayed by an LED bar.
To enter the set-up menu press the push button in “Speed” mode until “Setup” appears in the
display. The first menu option Param appears. Through short pressing of the push button
three different levels can be accessed (Param, Displ and Reset).
12.1 The level PARAM (vehicle-specific adjustments)
The access to this menu option is shown in the diagram in the appendix (section 16.2).
Here vehicle data can be entered which is necessary for measuring driving and engine speed.
On this level the sub-levels Teach, Circ, ImpW, ImpE, and Ver can be accessed.
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12.1.1 Teach
The function Teach offers an automatic calibration of the speedometer, for example if wheel
scope or impulse per wheel rotation are not known. To use this function the vehicle must be
driven at 50 km/h (31 mph). Start the Teach function with the menu button. The calibration
takes 5 seconds. After the calibration the device switches back to the standard display.
12.1.2 Circ (Circumference)
The function Circ shows the circumference of the tyre in millimeters.
The appropriate tyre circumference can be chosen from the table in chapter 16.3.
If the tyre size is not listed in the table, measure the tyre circumference with the help of a
string. Add speedometer advance of 5% by multiplying tyre circumference with 1.05. In order
to count up the individual digits representing the measured tyre circumference enter the push
button for duration 1. In order to go to the next digit, push the button for duration 2. In order to
leave the menu push the button for duration 3.
If you use function Teach adjusting the menu won’t be necessary.
12.1.3 ImpW (Impulse Wheel)
ImpWHL represents the number of impulses transmitted from the speedometer sensor per
wheel turn. If only one magnet is used no changes are necessary in the setup (default value
is 1). If the genuine speedometer sensor is used, the amount of output impulses per wheel
turn have to be set. Pressing the button for duration 1 will change the current figure. Duration
2 will switch to the next figure. If you press the button for length of duration 3 you will leave
the menu.
If you use function Teach adjusting the menu won’t be necessary.
12.1.4 ImpE (Impulse Engine)
The function ImpE calibrates the rev. counter by counting the number of ignition impulses
generated per crankshaft turn. This number depends on the number of cylinders, the engine
type and/or the type of ignition. If the data is incorrect the engine speed displayed is usually
either half or double the actual number. If your vehicle has more than one ignition coil only
the impulses from one coil are relevant, namely the coil to which the yellow signal cable is
attached. Impulse numbers range from 0.25 to 9. If “10” is reached the ImpE will start again
at 0.25. In order to set the number press the push button for a short time (1 bar appears).
To leave menu press button until 2 bars appear.
Example: A single-cylinder four-stroke engine with one ignition coil = one ignition impulse
at 2 crankshaft turns. The number to be entered would be 0.5.
12.1.5 ImpF (Impulse Filter)
The function ImpF offers a choice of four filters – A, B, C or D – for measuring the engine
speed. If the engine speed display does not work with factory-set filter B please try one of the
other filters.
12.1.6 Ver 1. X
This option shows the current software version. You can also activate or deactivate the FastDisplay-Modus. If activated, the speed of the display scrolling is increased by 100%. Exit this
menu by pressing button for duration 1. Press button for duration 2 to activate/deactivate the
Fast-Display-Modus. Exit the PARAM menu by pressing button for duration 2.
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12.2 The level “Displ” (Display)
All display relevant parameters can be adjusted with this menu option. The level Displ
includes the menu options Unit, Scale, Day, Night, Flash, Aback and VertM, which can be
adjusted individually.
12.2.1 Unit
Display can be changed from kilometers to miles (or v.v.) with this function by pressing the
push button for duration 1 (one bar appears). In order to exit this menu option press the push
button for duration 2 (two bars appear).
12.2.2 Scale
With this function the setting of the LED engine speed indication is carried out. By pressing the
push button for duration 1 (one bar) the engine speed can be set to 6,000, 8,000, 10,000,
12,000, 14,000 or 16,000 (rev./min). In order to exit this menu option press push button for
duration 2 (two bars).
12.2.3 Day
The motoscope mini features an integrated light sensor that distinguishes between daytime
(light) and nighttime (dark).
In menu option Day brightness of LED display can be adjusted for daytime. The function Day
offers the functions low, med, high or high+. In order to choose one of these functions press
push button for duration 1 (one bar). In order to exit the menu option press push button for
duration 2 (two bars).
Note: If function “high+” is selected a device for heat dissipation must be installed. Such
a device could be a holding bracket made of aluminum or steel, to which the two fastening
bolts of the device must have a direct contact. If heat dissipation cannot be achieved, e.g. in
case of an integrated gas tank fitting the instrument can reach temperatures of up to 75 В°C.
The instrument switches off when the temperature exceeds a factory-set maximum. In this
case brightness should be reduced to “high”.
12.2.4 Night
In this menu option brightness of the LED display can be set for nighttime (darkness).
Functions low, med, high or high+ can be set by pressing the push button for duration 1
(one bar). In order to exit this menu option press the push button for duration 2 (two bars).
12.2.5 Flash (Shift light)
A threshold value for engine speed can be set in menu option Flash. The setting is used for
the adjustment of a simulated gear shift light. When exceeding the set number all display
LEDs flash with maximum brightness and with a frequency of 5 Hz.
In order to select individual numbers representing the desired threshold press the push button
for duration 1 (one bar). In order to go to the next digit press the button for duration 2 (2/3 of
the LED bar). In order to exit this menu option press push button for duration 3 (3/3 of LED
bar).
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12.2.6 Aback (Auto back)
This function controls the time after the current screen jumps back to the driving speed
indication automatically. The factory setting is 30s. If the digits are set to “00” function is
deactivated. Only in this setting the current screen will appear again after restart of the
instrument. In order to select individual digits representing the chosen time press push button
for duration 1. For the next digit push button for duration 2. Exit menu by pressing push button
for duration 3.
12.2.7 VertM (Vertical mode)
If the instrument shall be mounted in a vertical position or upside down, the function VertM
makes it possible to rotate the display by 90В°, 180 В° or 270В°.
Within this menu option you can choose between options “std”, “left”, “right” and “up/dn”.
The option “std” activates the standard horizontal display, “left” the vertical display with the rev.
counter bar on the left side, “right” the vertical display with the rev. counter bar on the right side
and “up/dn” rotate the display up side down. Press push button for duration 1 to change option.
Choose option and leave menu option with push button duration 3.
12.3 The level “RESET”
In RESET all or individually selected digits can be set to 0 or to their default values.
Furthermore, the total odometer reading can be set to an individual number (e.g. to the former
odometer reading). In level RESET options “odo” and “all” can be chosen.
12.3.1 Odo (Odometer)
Option “ODO” allows adjustment of the total odometer reading. In order to scroll through the
digits, press push button for duration 1 (one bar). To move to the next position press button for
duration 2. To exit the menu option press button for duration 3.
12.3.2 All
In function “ALL” all adjustments and entered data will be deleted, including total odometer
readings and default numbers will be restored!
!Important! If this function is activated the following should be considered:
Press push button for duration 2: Deletes everything and leaves the menu.
Press push button for duration 3: Exits menu without deleting anything.
13 Cleaning of instrument
Use only gentle, non-corrosive detergents and a soft cloth for cleaning the motoscope mini.
Avoid anything that might scratch the aluminium casing and the display surface. Should any
scratching occur, we recommend special polishing pastes in order to remove them from the
display. Such pastes can be found, for example, in equipment stores for mobile telephones.
Furthermore, we suggest the use of silicon spray from time to time. This keeps the colour of
the anodised casing fresh and protects the instrument from dirt.
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14 Safety instructions
The motoscope mini provides a lot of information at one time. Users consequently require a certain
“training” period in order to recognise all the given information quickly and correctly. Please take this
into account, particularly during your first rides with the motoscope mini and do not distract yourself by
watching the instrument in public traffic.
The user of the instrument is responsible for the correct entry of all relevant data as well as for the
adjustment of the speedometer and all other functions. In particular, the fitting of the dry reed contact
as well as the input of all calculation factors for speed determination must do with great care. The user
is also responsible for mounting the instrument, the sensors, and all other accessory parts to the
vehicle correctly and securely.
15 Trouble shooting
15.1 After the installation
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Make sure the supply voltage is minimum 7 V. Check the vehicles battery.
Do not use a battery charger to test the Instrument.
Check all cables for correct installation and contact.
Check all cables, for correct polarities and short-circuits.
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Defective Instrument? So you can check instruments inputs and functions by yourself:
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perform a reset
disconnect all wires from vehicle wiring loom
connect only +12 V to the red cable and Earth to the black cable
now the display must be illuminated, if not check the power source and cables for polarity
inch the green cable to earth until you see the Speedometer screen (Speed)
inch the white cable to +12 V – if you can see now any numbers, this input is working
correctly
- inch the green cable to earth until you see the Engine Speed screen (RPM)
- inch the yellow cable to earth, if you can see now any numbers, this input is working
correctly
- If this test was successful, the instrument is working correctly – check your connections to
the vehicle. If the test was not successful you have to return the instrument for change
15.2 Return and complains
If you like to return a defective instrument for repair or change please observes following issues:
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Make sure again there is no connection failure. In doubt use a different voltage source
to recheck.
Not prepaid shipments will be rejected.
The Shipment to motogadget is carried out by your own risk you are responsible for
a sufficient insurance.
Make sure the package is adequate.
Attach the invoice and a failure description with Motorcycle model and year.
If you are located outside the EU, you have to declare “repair item” and value
1 Euro in shipment custom declaration.
The motogadget team wishes you pleasant and safe riding, and lots of fun with
your new motoscope mini.
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16 Appendix
16.1 Connection Scheme
a) connection diagram for motogadget speed sensor
b) connection diagram for OEM sensor
16.2 General ov erview of operation
Standard display
Speed
Setup display
123
k
mh
Trip
2 0 1. 2 3
Odo
67515
Rpm
10220
Time
00:00
PARAM
delete
Teach
Start
CIRC
2000
next number
change number
ImpW
05
next number
change number
ImpE
02
change number
ImpF
A
delete
change filter
VerX.XX
Displ
Description:
push button < 1s
Km/h
change value
Scale
8000
change value
Day
high+
change value
Night
low
Flash
2000
next number
change number
Aback
10
next number
change number
VertM
Off
change value
Unit
push button > 2s
push button > 3s
Reset
12
odo
13067
all
sure
next number
change number
yes
no
16.3 Table of tire circumferences
Zoll
Inch
Reifendimension
Tyre Size
Abrollumfang fГјr
ABE / Gutachten
Zoll
Inch
Reifendimension
Tyre Size
Abrollumfang fГјr
ABE / Gutachten
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
100/90 16
110/90 16
120/80 16
120/90 16
130/70 16
130/90 16
150/80 16
140/90 16
150/80 16
160/80 16
180/60 16
180/70 16
200/60 16
240/50 16
100/80 17
110/70 17 54 H TL
110/70 V 17 V 250(54V) TL
110/70 V 17 V250 (54V) TL
110/70 ZR 17 54 W TL
110/80 - 17 57 H TL
110/80 -17 57 H TL
120/60 ZR 17 (55W) TL
120/70 - 17 58 V TL
120/70 B 17 M/C 58 V TL
120/70 ZR 17 (58W) TL
120/80 - 17 61 H
120/80 - 17 M/C 67H reinf.
120/80 -17 M/C 67H reinf. TL
120/90 - 17 rear
130/60 ZR 17 59W TL
130/70 17 62 H TL
130/70 ZR 17 62W TL
130/80 - 17 65 H TL
130/80 - 17 65 H TL
130/80 - 17 65 S
140/80 - 17 69 H
140/80 - B 17 M/C 69 H TL
140/80 B 17 M/C 69H TL
150/60 ZR 17 66W TL
150/70 17 69 H TL
150/70 17 69 V TL
150/70 R 17 69 H TL
150/70 ZR 17 (69W) TL
150/80 17
160/60 VB 17 (69V) TL
160/60 ZR 17 (69W) TL
160/70 B 17 73 V TL
160/70 ZR 17 73 W TL
170/60 VB 17(72V) TL
170/60 ZR 17 (72W) TL
180/55 ZR 17 (73W) TL
180/55 ZR 17 V300 (73W) TL
190/50 ZR 17 (73W)TL
200/50 ZR 17 (75W) TL
1770
1824
1806
1878
1776
1933
1951
1987
1951
1999
1878
1987
1924
1951
1788
1770
1770
1770
1770
1836
1836
1740
1812
1812
1812
1884
1884
1884
1957
1776
1854
1854
1933
1933
1933
1981
1981
1981
1848
1939
1939
1939
1939
2029
1884
1884
1884
1884
1921
1921
1903
1903
1878
1919
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
21
21
21
90/90 - 18 51 H TL
100/90 - 18 56 H
100/90 - 18 56 H TL
100/90 - 18 61 H TL
100/90 - 18 M/C 61 H TL
110/80 - 18 58 H TL
110/80 - 18 58 H TL
110/80 - 18 M/C 58 S
110/90 18
110/100 18
120/70 ZR 18 59W TL
120/80 - 18 62 H TL
120/80 - 18 62 S
120/90 - 18 65 H TT/TL
120/90 - 18 M/C 61 H TL
130/70 18 63 H TL
130/70 B 18 69 H reinf. TL
130/80 18
140/80 - 18 70 R
150/70 VB 18 TL
160/60 VB 18 V280 (70V) TL
160/60 ZR 18 (70W) TL
170/60 VB 18 V280 (73V) TL
170/60 ZR 18 (73W) TL
180/55 18
200/50 18
240/40 18
3.00 - 18 47 S
3.00 - 18 52 M reinf.
3.00 - 18 52 P reinf.
3.25 - 18 52 H
3.25 - 18 52 S
3.25 - 18 59 P reinf.
3.25 - 18 59 P reinf.
3.50 - 18 56 S
3.50 - 18 62 P reinf.
3.50 - 18 62 P reinf.
100/90 - 19 57 H TT/TL
110/90 - 19 62 H TL
110/90 19 57 S TL
3.00 - 19 49 S
3.00 - 19 54 P reinf.
3.25 - 19 54 H TT/TL
3.25 - 19 54 P
3.25 - 19 54 S TT/TL
3.25 - 19 54 V TL
3.50 - 19 57 H TT/TL
3.50 - 19 57 P
3.50 - 19 57 S TL
3.50 - 19 57 V TT/TL
80/90 - 21 48 H
80/90 - 21 54 H TL
90/90 - 21 54 S
1869
1924
1924
1924
1924
1912
1912
1912
1978
2099
1888
1960
1960
2032
2032
1930
1930
2008
2057
2014
1960
1960
1996
1996
1981
1951
1960
1894
1894
1894
1930
1930
1930
1930
1960
1960
1960
2002
2057
2057
1972
1972
2008
2008
2008
2008
2038
2038
2038
2038
2045
2045
2099
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