The innovative, ultra-bright 251-LED dot matrix installed in motogadget motoscope mini provide extremely readable display surface. Moreover, the LED luminosity is automatically adjusted in order to achieve optimal readability in dark, sunlight and dawn conditions
The display shows the engine speed in a scalable horizontal bar graph and all other features as numeric values. If you prefer, engine speed can also be displayed as numerical value (rpm).
Specific engine speed limits can be programmed for the display to show the maximum permitted engine speed (‘red zone’) or a gear shift light with all LEDs pulsating simultaneously.
The display of the motoscope mini not only displays numeric values from left to right but from top to bottom as well. Therefore, the instrument may also be mounted vertically!
By default, the display shows the speed value. Alternatively, other values may be displayed via push-button operation if needed.
Default settings or recorded values are of course stored even with the power supply switched off.
The supplied speedometer sensor in stainless steel is very small (M5/25 mm). The 1.5 m connector cable easily connects it to the front or back wheel – this permits easy conversions of originally mechanical speedometer drives.
The motoscope mini works well with various original speedometer sensors used by motorcycle manufacturers. In these cases, only the terminals have to be connected while the installation of mechanical sensors will be completely obsolete.
Electronics come completely moulded-in and are immune to weather, water, dust and vibrations.
Length, Height, Depth 59 mm/21.5 mm/13 mm
Weight approx.. 32 g
Mount 2 x M3 threaded hole
Power consumption approx.100 mA (load dependent)
Operating voltage 7 V – 18 V
Trip meter 0 – 999.99 km or mi
Total distance (adjustable) 99999 km or mi max.
motogadget motoscope mini with approx. 75 cm connector cable
6 cable end connectors
Speedometer sensor with 150 cm connector cable
2 powerful mini magnets
2 mounting screws M3
Detailed installation and operating instructions