Installation

Step by step installation of the plate flipper:

Here are the license plate attachment points.

Mounting points can be slid horizontally in order not to drill the
numbers on the plate.

Rear mounting holes to screw and fix the plate.
Drill the holes 17mm from the top of the plate. Screws are
included (A2-M4)It is very important to keep this distance otherwise the  plate
will not flip up well.
When you put the plate on the device -before you drill it- set out at upper position. If you set it too close toward the LED lights, the plate will fouls then the servo will strain (sounds noisy) and overload the controller. The perfect position, when the servo stays quiet after operation (switch up or down). Drill the holes (M4) on the plate 17mm from the top.

Fit the flipper to your bike with your specific screws.

(Screws are not included in the package because it is
bike type specific… M4 or M5 or M6 etc.)

 
  

Connect the flipper to the bike electricity network with the shorter wire. The shortest cable is the main circuit black is – (ground), red is +12V (It has reverse-polarity protection), but please never touch the naked cables to each other, a short circuit can destroy the controller. Use soldering iron to attach the wires, then wrap them into plastic shrink wrap.

The  longest  cable  is the switch, polarity does not matter, try your older switch and if it works, use it.
Please mind if you connect 12V into the switch cable it will burn the controller.

ATTENTION!

Loose connections make the servo criss-cross moving all the time, and could overload and burn the controller. Please always use soldering iron.

Put the microcontroller (the big shrink-wrap) up some very safe place, like under the seat next to the battery. The electronic has a diode against any transient (power surge)

The servo is water stable (as factory says) and we made the controller moist-proof as well, but you wouldn’t rather wash it directly with high pressure washer! (Like other electrical-controllers in the bike) When you put the plate on the device -before you drill it- set it at upper position. Then down. Play with it, try some times; mark the two holes with ink-pen, then drill, when you get the best points. If you set it too close toward the LED lights, the plate will fouls, then the servo will strain (sounds noisy) and may overload the controller. The perfect position, when the servo stays mute after operation (switch up or down). Otherwise, there is no problem, when you hear a quiet buzzing, we have the electronic with a professional step-down voltage regulator what makes the device totally heat- and overload-proof and made it more strong and silent.

We set the flipper’s wires into the rear light’s circle (not directly to the battery), because if you turn the key off, then the lights turn off, as well as the flipper’s electronic (servo and LED) is turning off.

If you would like to attach the rear signals to the flipper, screw out the 6 pieces of M4 screws, then drill the body carefully. Use HSS-Co; (cobalt edge) drill. With normal metal drill you gonna waste your time, and may ruin the body.

 

Flip up and down your plate with a switch