I made a keyless ignition for Jello
Well it would have to be a switch to a relay but sure, then anyone can take a ride?Gunslinger said:that's not what i was expecting at all....i was expecting like you took your ignition apart then relayed the wires to a swith so when you flip the switch it thinks a key is turned on then you hit your start button and your off like a prom dress....then turn the switch off and it's like you turned the key off so your lights go off and everything.......would that work you think?
I have an 02 Suzuki Bandit 600MsHap said:Well it would have to be a switch to a relay but sure, then anyone can take a ride?
What bike do you have? I can draw you a schematic of what you want to do.
No batteries. Passive RF technology. What happens is the reader actually provides power to the tag via a LF EM field.haelo said:That's tight but
what happens when your fob's batteries go dead?
I 'm up for that.MsHap said:Well there really is not much to take a picture of.
I will make a video of its operation soon.
I built and RF reader PCB and then wired the antenna into the tailsection and added a couple relays to handle the power.
Basically you would have a keyfob and when your bike notices it it turns on. Then the starter button starts like normal.
It is pretty cool and really tightened up the wiring since everything is in the back.
I want to do a few more then make it like a package that could be purchased and installed by almost anyone.
MsHap said:I built the board and antenna.
The tags are just regular 125khz EM4102 you can get them anywhere. Like radio shack probably has them.