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Last Updated: May 25, 2014

Electronic Turn Flasher for Led

Having problem flashing your signal lights when upgraded to Led type signal bulb. The answer is to change your original thermal flasher to an Adjustable electronic turn signal flasher for motorcycles..whats good about this is that we can control the rate of the flash of our signals that will depend on our liking..as slow rate to strobe rate..it took me months to discover on how to really blink a led on our motorcycles without any disgusting dummy load that prohibits the led to glow at the maximum brightness..but things change.and the time comes to offer to all of you.

size is just 0.5mm by 1.5mm
can be used to drive all signal lights with leds..or bulbs or combination of the two..

there are many aftermarket flasher offered at every motorcycle shop nationwide..but for me being an electronic enthusiast..OMG..some perform really bad...if not..cant do the job 100%.so why not build one for your needs.




picture  show you the actual size fitted on the stock flasher terminal, a two pin flasher. The original was a thermal flasher that can only flash light bulbs, or filament type signal bulb.





video



 video of the working finished unit plugged on the flasher turn signal flasher terminal. 


the unit been tested on suzuki motorcycle, and will work on any model and brands too that incorporates a 2 pin flasher relay. It can also be use on stock filament bulb, or a combination of them.

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19 comments:

Anonymous said...

nice master..

reno said...

is this thing for sale?

LEI said...

i can build one for you sir but will take time..just tell me exact location.

reno said...

i'm in Malaysia, actually looking forward to build it myself but i'm just not good with electronics.

reno said...

hope that you can share step by step on how to build this.

Craig said...

I'd be interested in this well! Schematic and parts list would be greatly appreciated!

reno said...

waited for quite a while, if anything please email me at renolami87@gmail.com

LEI said...

two of the schematics posted on this link

http://mastercircuits.blogspot.com/2010/05/universal-led-flasher-for-motorcycles.html

are the ones i used for this project..one is fully adjustable, one is AS IS..although the AS is can be configured to flash slow or fast..will depends on the 27 k and 100uf capacitor. you can wire to wire the parts..PCB is not needed on this project.

reno said...

waited for quite a while, if anything please email me at renolami87@gmail.com

LEI said...

Schematic diagram, parts and values are here on this link...

http://mastercircuits.blogspot.com/2010/05/universal-led-flasher-for-motorcycles.html

one is fixed rate, the other is fully adjustable...

again no need for PCB for the fixed rate..the adjustable is in need because of the 555 timer IC, the picture above shows the prototype of the 555..wire to wire connection to make way for that small size, i just covered the whole thing with heating glue stick then covered the circuit with SHRINKABLE tube that can be both on electronic parts store.

John Edgar Jagorin said...

Sir help naman..i converted my signal light from bulb to led as well my flasher relay from stock to electronic but im still having problem when i turn left the right led were also lit up,same thing when i turn right.gus2 ko sana malaman sir kung anu nlagay nu sa stock flasher relay nyo.tnx po.

Nathaniel Berdan said...

did u build the circuit above or just purchased the electronic signal flasher.

John Edgar Jagorin said...

I already bought the electronic one but i wanna try it with the stock signal flasher relay,problem is i really cant find the two diagram,dnt knw why..it would be a great help sir if you can share or send the diagrams to me. Thanks poh

Nathaniel Berdan said...

here is the link, many enthusiast build this and they succeeded
http://mastercircuits.blogspot.com/2010/05/universal-led-flasher-for-motorcycles.html

John Edgar Jagorin said...

Is the link still good sir?i can only see the title but no diagram.tried to search it in google but i found only the diagram of the adjustable type..where is the fixed type?help!

Rommel said...

Sir, I tried building this but I can't get it to work. Thanks for sharing your schematics but I really don't know what I'm doing. Are you selling one of these flashers?

John Edgar Jagorin said...

Sir salamat po sa diagram..although some of my components are not same as yours due to unavailability here in my province but i believe it works..dont know the difference between IRFZ14 & IRF9Z34S & the effect of my two 25k trimmer resistors but i think it will work even the led has no series resistor..thanks po again.

Nathaniel Berdan said...

I do sell this item before in a minimum quantity of 3 pieces if it will be shipped nationwide, if u want to know the details, feel free to email or contact me thru the cell number provided in the contact button above.

Nathaniel Berdan said...

as long as the mosfet is a P channel and a logic level gate mosfet, it will work. Resistor in series with the led is there to protect it from sudden rise of voltages or spike within your vehicle. Believe it or not, it also works on cars just like what i did. :)