Motogadget Motoscope Tiny Speedo
The ideal solution for purists and minimalists!
Motogadgets sophisticated technology in the Motoscope Tiny provides for a classic look without compromise. Speed is digitally measured and precisely displayed via stepping motor and indicator and, with an installation diameter of 49 mm and the depth of just 24 mm, provides various installation options.
- Speedometer, KMH / MPH switchable
- Speed upto 200 analog, 999 digital
- Maximum speed
- Trip meter
- Intelligent self-calibrating teach function allows for the easy calibration of the speedometer - even on vehicles with transmission sensors, e.g. Harley Davidson.
- All functions are easy to operate with the push-button
- Easy to install with the two M3 threaded holes on the back side. There are various motogadget brackets available for installation which are available separately.
The high quality aluminium casing is turned from solid metal, is 100% water-tight and resistant to vibrations, and its surface is anodised black. The bezel is also available in 'anodised black' or 'mirror polished'.
The analogue dial in contrasting black and white is indirectly illuminated by white LEDs. The innovative LED display is hidden behind the black part of the dial and only visible through the dial while operating, not when switched off. The LED luminosity is automatically adjusted to achieve optimal readability in dark, sunlight and dawn conditions.
Detailed installation and operating instructions are available to help with the connection of instrument even for users without any previous experience in handling the vehicle's electrical system.
The supplied speedometer sensor in stainless steel is very small (M5/23 mm) and therefore easy to hide. The sensor can be easily installed on front or rear wheel with the connector cable (1.5 m long). This allows for the easy conversion of an originally mechanical speedometer drive on a motorbike.
The motoscope tiny is compatible with various original speedometer sensors (dry reed contact and proximity sensors) of the motorbike manufacturers. In this case, the terminals have to be connected only and the mechanical sensor installation will be completely obsolete.