The smart electronic relay SER-100 is electric motorcycle accessory.
It replaces classic mechanical load relays, impulse relays and so-called „CAN bus
In the “load relay / monostable” operating mode, the device switches ohmic, inductive and capacitive loads up to 100W @ 12V. The connected consumers are always switched on when +12 V is applied to the control input. This switching behaviour corresponds to that of a horn button.
If the operating mode is set to „impulse relay / bistable“, the load is switched on and off alternately with each + 12V pulse at the control input. This behaviour is known from e.g. the power button on a TV remote control. This function is useful on a motorcycle, for example, to turn auxiliary lights on and off.
Furthermore, the device also allows the operation of electrical accessories on modern motorcycles with electronic current monitoring. The difficulty of connecting additional loads resulting from electronic current monitoring is often wrongly attributed to the CAN bus. The SER-100 eliminates this problem, as it feeds the consumer directly from the battery due to its low control current consumption, so that no increased current consumption is detected in current-monitored circuits.
As an ideal addition we recommend the Coolride PB-1 handlebar switch.
Use only at vehicles with 12V negative ground electrical system. Use this product also for other power sports vehicles such as ATVs, snow scooters and trikes.
Operating voltage: 10 – 15V DC
Power rating: 100W @ 12V (below 0°C / 32°F: 85W @ 12V)
Principle of operation: High-Side Switching
Operating temperature: -40°C – 65°C / -40°F - 150°F
Measurements: 38 x 30 x 5 mm / 1.5 x 1.2 x 0.2 inches
Ingress protection: IP67
Control line current: < 1mA
- Switching behaviour (monostable / bistable) can be selected
- Status displayed by a two-colour LED
- Memory function: the set operating mode is saved
- Short circuit & overcurrent shutdown
- Overtemperature shutdown
- Automatic fuse reset
- Can be used as „CAN bus adapter“ allowing aux. electric devices to be powered from motorcycles with electronic current monitoring