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I own a 2009 49cc Scooter by Jonway and I wanted a Alarm for it, problem is Alarms on the Internet cost 10 dollars up to 400! So I made one for One B...
I bought this at a local surplus store for 1 buck
Side view of device with on and off switch and magnetic connector on the right
I have removed the battery compartment to show you what type it takes in case they are dead
The batteries are the AG13 Button Batteries
Attach two Cable Tie holders on the back and One Cable Tie over the body and Dongle of the Alarm as shown, Also, Only tighten the tie to where you a...
Strap Cable Tie Number two on the Longer length of the alarm as shown on the Alarm, You can get this pretty Tight. Done! Now watch the video and atta...
Heres is the DONE Alarm! Enjoy!
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You would need some kind of digital relay circuit that was triggered by the bike's ignition. Since bikes don't have always-on circuits for alarms and such, you'd possibly need some kind of microcontroller that would be triggered by a 12V relay to turn off when the bike's main ignition circuit is powered.
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