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- Part: MG4004023
mo.switch basic 3 button RIGHT, 7/8" & 1" bar, black, button inlay silverLearn More
- Part: MG4004022
mo.switch basic 3 button LEFT, 7/8" & 1" bar, black, button inlay silverLearn More
- Part: mg4004021
mo.switch basic 3 button RIGHT, 7/8" & 1" bar, black, button inlay blackLearn More
- Part: MG4004020
mo.switch basic 3 button LEFT, 7/8" & 1" bar, black, button inlay blackLearn More
The m.Switch is a high quality universal push-button control for handlebars with 1 inch or 22 mm (7/8") tube diameter in a plain and elegant design.
These finely CNC machined hand controls in combination with an electronic push-button control unit (NOT INCLUDED IN KIT) are used to operate all electrical features, e.g. lights, turn signal, E-Starter, horn, etc.
The casing is made from CNC machined billet aluminum and available in mirror polished or reflective black finished surface respectively.
The compact design casing permits mounting of two or more units to one handle bar.
Each unit is equipped with two or three push-buttons in black or stainless steel. Different looks matching or contrasting the casing can be combined freely.
Two flush built-in M5 stainless steel mounting screws (only one screw on the three-button version) ensure secure and stable clamping of the push-button control to all handlebars.
The push-buttons are of high quality, very robust design and vibration- and spray water-proof (IP65).
The adequate size and ergonomic pressure point (easy, mechanical detent) provide for a definite actuation sensing - even when operated with gloves. This feedback allows shifting without the need to check the operation.
Each push-button is equipped with two terminals for an easy optional circuit layout with only one or two cables. The internal ground terminal is already provided for the 'one cable layout'. Therefore, the routing of the cable inside the handlebar can be performed easily.
The push-buttons are available separately and can be replaced if damaged.
The m.Switch is of course compatible to all common push-button controls, e.g. the m.Unit.