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Kellermann Flasher-Alarm-Unit R 3

Order ID 60490001062
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Kellermann Flasher-Alarm-Unit R 3

Order ID 60490001062
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Kellermann R3 indicator relay with alarm and hazard warning light system

Hazard warning light/alarm unit R3.

    Made in Germany
    Load-independent with a steady flash rate (75/min.)
    Convenient indicator system
    Alarm system
    Hazard warning light system
    Suitable for indicator switches and indicator buttons
    Alarm system reacts to changes in inclination/jarring
    Battery protection circuit
    Intuitive operation
    Ensures that the indicators that are not activated do not flash at the same time
    Indicator reset reminder function
    Simple to connect; apart from the indicator relay connections, it is only necessary to connect the horn and the permanent positive
    Slim casing suitable for any installation situation: 80 x 21 x 12 [mm] (L/W/H)
    High-quality metal casing
    Suitable for 12-V on-board power supplies
    Quoted price per unit

This high-end indicator module is the all-round talent among replacement indicator relays. It boasts intuitive convenience functions and has been equipped with an integrated hazard warning light and alarm system. In addition, an indicator reset reminder function and battery protection circuit have also been integrated. In the event that the supply voltage falls below 11 V, the alarm system turns itself off in order to prevent any damage to the battery. As with all Kellermann indicator relays, it eliminates the problem indicators that are not activated flashing at the same time. The flash rate is load-independent and steady (75/min.). The casing is made of metal and extremely slim, meaning that it can be easily and inconspicuously installed on any motorbike. It is attached most easily using the installation strap supplied. In spite of its wealth of functions, connecting it is exceptionally simple. The standard connections for an indicator relay such as this are joined only by the horn and the permanent positive. It is possible to switch between 2 modes for the convenience functions:

Mode 1 – button mode with convenience functions:
If a button is pressed briefly: 3 flash cycles.

  • pressed for approx. 1 half of a second: 8 flash cycles
  • approx. pressed for 1.5 seconds: flashes until it is pressed again
  • pressed for longer than 2.5 seconds: flashes until the button is released
  • pressed 3 times in succession: hazard warning lights are turned on

Mode 2 – switch mode with convenience function:

  • following a brief “flasher on – flasher off”, 5 flash cycles will occur
    This allows the driver to quickly return their concentration to their turn or to overtaking.
    The process can be stopped at any time by simply turning the switch on and off once again in the same indicator direction.
  • operating the switch in either the “left-right-left” or “right-left-right” sequence turns on the hazard warning lights; these are turned off by activating the switch again in either direction

Alarm system:
Activating the alarm system is as easy as could be. One must simply turn the ignition on and then off again directly twice in a row (on-off, on-off). Successful activation is indicated by a control light. Potential thieves are able to see that an alarm system has been activated as the control light flashes once every 15 seconds, which acts as a deterrent. The alarm system reacts to changes in inclination/jarring. If the alarm is triggered, the alarm signal (horn) is activated, and the indicators begin to flash, alternating rapidly between left and right. The alarm will continue in this manner for 30 seconds, after which the alarm automatically resets itself to the active state.

Hazard warning lights:
The hazard warning light system cannot be activated by unauthorised individuals. Even so, it can still run without the key in the ignition. If the hazard warning lights are turned on and the ignition key is then removed, they will remain on until they are either turned off manually or by the battery protection circuit. In order to turn them back on again, it is necessary to first turn on the ignition.

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