Article in Super Bike Magazine KTM-Flyer MCN LED
April 20, 2015
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Flashing brake lights reduce the reaction time of people driving behind you. This means less chance of being rear ended. Upon applying the brakes, the brake light will flash rapidly for few seconds and then go on solid.

The Smart Flashing Brake Light Module creates a flashing effect for the brake light to catch the attention of the drivers behind you. The price of the Smart Flashing Brake Light Module is nothing compared to the increased safety and avoiding the damage and inconvenience when you would get involved in a traffic accident.

The Smart Flashing Brake Light Module is a microprocessor based circuit specifically designed for brake light operations and packaged in a very tiny package so it can fit close to any brake light assembly. It works on both LED and incandescent bulbs.

The Smart Flashing Brake Light Module is a safety device that allows you to catch the attention of the driver behind you. Applying the brakes will cause your existing brake light to blink rapidly , according one of the more than 30 modes that are available, and then stay on solid as long as you keep on braking.

The rapid blinking catches the attention of the driver behind you after which, resulting many of them to tend to keep their distance.

The Smart Flashing Brake Light Module is also equipped with a function to avoid continuously flashing the brake light in a bumper to bumper traffic. The brake light will flash only the first time when you hit the brakes and will turn on solid (so without flashing) if the brake is hit a second time within the 20 or 40 seconds. So, re-applying the brakes within a predefined time (20 or 40 seconds) of release and the brake light will go on solid. This will minimize the annoyance of constantly blinking the brake lights in heavy traffic. This function can also be bypassed.

The following table shows some brake modes relative to the brake light signal.





Works on LED and standard incandescent bulbs

Alert those behind you when slowing or stopping in traffic

It may prevent you from being rear-ended

Program by simply touching two wires together or add an option pushbutton (not included) for on the fly selection

More than 30 different flashing modes

Easy installation. Only 3 wires to connect, only 1 wire to cut

Miniature and water-proof design (34mm x 23mm x 14mm)

Microprocessor based for reliability and accuracy of operation

Completely silent, no relay clicking sounds

Vibration resistant

Operating voltage: 12 Volts DC

Operating temperature: -30ºC to +70ºC

Max power consumption: 1W








Get access to the brake light components and disassemble it to get access to wires. There are two wires leading to the brake light. One is the ground and the other is power (+12v when the brake is used). You need to figure out which wire is ground and which is power. Use a voltmeter or referrer to the electrical wiring diagram. In most cases, the ground wire has a black or brown color.
Cut the power wire between the brake light and the brake switch. So cut the wire between points 1 and 2 (see diagram).
Connect the RED wire of the Smart Flashing Brake Light Module to connection point 2 using using the provided butt splice. Make sure that you use the power wire end coming from the brake switch and NOT from the brake light!
Now connect the BLACK wire of the Smart Flashing Brake Light Module to the ground wire of the brake light at connection point 3, using the provided quick splice terminal.
Do not connect the YELLOW wire of the Smart Flashing Brake Light Module yet! It is important to verify proper ground and power connections of the Smart Flashing Brake Light Module first. Hit the brake and watch if the internal LED of the Smart Flashing Brake Light Module light up. If the internal LED works, then the power and ground connections are ok. If LED does not flash, ground and / or power wires might not properly connected. Recheck the connections first!
Once you have verified that the internal LED of the Smart Flashing Brake Light Module light up, you can connect the YELLOW wire of the Smart Flashing Brake Light Module to the brake light wire end at connection point 1 using the provided butt splice.
The electrical connections are now finished. Once you have selected the right flashing mode of the Smart Flashing Brake Light Module, you can protect the WHITE wire ends with insulation tape. Refit the brake light components.



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