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Husaberg Fc 450 2004 Athena Get C1 Wireless Engine Hour Meter (8101256) on ns1.2040-motos

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GET C1 Wireless Engine Hour Meter

C1 is the innovative engine hour meter by GET, the only one to work without any connection to the motorbike. Using the time-saving Velcro tape included in the kit, the C1 fits to the bike in just a few seconds.
This device detects the engine by interpreting and identifying the wave frequencies that flow through the surface on which it is mounted. C1 is fully waterproof (IP68) and has been designed to work even under the toughest conditions like off-road applications.
C1 has 2 engine hour meters and logs the total running time (no reset available). The partial engine hour meter can be reset pressing the select button in a certain procedure
The built-in battery allows for a 3-year lifespan.

Easy to read display
Small size and light weight
Total engine hour meter up to 999,9 hours (reset not available)
Partial engine hour meter (resettable)
No need for coil connection cable
IP68 resistant plastic case
Lifetime: 3 years
Velcro tape included

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