This product comes with a meter stay that can be placed beside the genuine speedometer and a sub-harness dedicated to the vehicle, so there is no need to process genuine parts or wiring, and the small DN tachometer 12500RPM can be attached to the Monkey 125.
Wiring can be connected with coupler on.
The meter stay has a steel black paint finish
■ Φ48 small DN tachometer DN = digital needle
Since the pointer angle is completely controlled by a digital signal and a small motor, the pointer holding force is high and the reliability is excellent.
In addition to the rotation speed function, the meter body has a thermometer, clock, engine work timer, and automatic measurement function (maximum temperature recording / maximum rotation speed recording).
The white LED lighting on the black panel is also excellent at night recognition.
Uses a stainless steel body.
Rubber mount type stay included
■ Φ48 small DN tachometer details
■ Electric tachometer: ~ 12500rpm display
■ The monitor is equipped with various functions (digital display)
Thermometer (measurable up to 150 ℃) A stick temperature sensor is included. By purchasing it, you can measure the temperature at the drain bolt.
The outside temperature can be measured by placing the temperature sensor inside the cowl.
■ Automatic measurement function
Maximum temperature recording / maximum rotation speed recording is performed automatically when the meter is installed.
After running, you can check the record by switching the meter display, and the record will be saved until reset.
■ Engine work timer A timer
that automatically adds engine operating time of 500rpm or more.
It stops when it becomes less than 500rpm.
Maximum time: 9999 hours (Up to 100 hours are recorded in minutes, and when exceeding 100 hours, it is recorded in 1 hour units. Resettable. Hidden setting available
24-hour display Hidden setting available
Never install external HID kits, LED headlights or fog lamps made by other companies at the same time.
Some ballast / inverter (voltage converter) generates high-voltage noise that adversely affects the digital circuit, resulting in product failure or malfunction.