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- Order number: CB11666
- Raisch-ID: 207-033
The CAN-BUS universal resistor can be set to several different ohm numbers (see list below).
Who does not know the problem that the flashing frequency does not fit anymore when converting to LED flashers? The problem hasn't become any easier with the new CAN-BUS systems in most motorcycles. On the one hand we have the problem of the wrong flashing frequency, on the other hand error messages are displayed in the speedometer via the CAN-BUS system, if for example a flasher or the rear light is defective. Such an error is also often displayed incorrectly if new indicators or another rear light are installed. And to solve this problem, there is now the universal resistor, which comes with a detailed manual describing how to calculate the suitable resistor and how to adjust it in the resistor (just watch the video in this description).
The following resistance values can be set:
150 Ohm / 170 Ohm / 200 Ohm / 240 Ohm / 300 Ohm / 400 Ohm / 600 Ohm / 1200 Ohm
Height = 11mm / Width = 31mm (without brackets) / Width = 46mm (with brackets) / Length = 40mm
Cable length = 200mm with pins
Yellow = Input channel 1 (+) / Orange = Output channel 1 (+) / Blue = Input channel 2 (+) / Red = Output channel 2 (+) / Grey = Input ground (-) / Black = Output ground (-)
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