Motogadget mo.Button for the mo.Unit Basic and the new mo.Unit Blue Motorcycle Digital Controllers, another innovation from motogadget. It's a big help - must be used in combination with the mo.Unit - in reducing 'cable clutter' and simplifying wiring harnesses.
In simple facts:
a) Normally, the operating current (e.g. headlight or turn signals) is transmitted directly via the wiring of the handlebar switches. Due to the high currents, cables with large cross-sections have to be routed from the fuse box to the switch and back to the electrical consumer.
The result: big cable bundles. Definitely, a 'no go' for custom bikes with restricted space or a concealed electrical system.
b) Using the m-Unit without the m-Button, just a thin cable for each switch- or button-controlled feature has to be routed to the m-Unit. These cables only carry minute control currents. All high loads and currents are switched directly at the m-Unit and transmitted directly to the electrical consumers. This already leads to a significant reduction and simplification of the wiring harness. Here you can see the example of a circuit diagram.
c) Using the m-Unit in combination with the tiny m-Button, you will once again reduce the amount of cables that have to be routed! All switches/buttons on the handlebar are connected at the shortest distance possible and concealed inside the handlebar. Consequently, you will have to route only ONE thin cable from the m-Button to the m-Unit. All loads and currents will be switched directly at the m-Unit (see explanations above). A layout reduced to the max! Here you can see the example of a circuit diagram with use of m-Button.
The m-Button is completely moulded in, making it water-tight and resistant to vibrations.
The m-Button is equipped with connections for
m-Button – dimensions
Attention: The only intended use of the m-Button is in combination with m-Unit V.2 and m-Unit Blue.
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