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post #11 of 17 Old 08-20-2018, 02:06 PM
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so can is there an adapter to connect that into a usb plug in? id like to use it to charge my phone while riding if thats possible
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so can is there an adapter to connect that into a usb plug in? id like to use it to charge my phone while riding if thats possible
Into that particular style connector, I haven't seen one. But you could easily splice into the wires themselves. Plenty of options out there for charging off 12V. I'm planning on eventually splicing in a car lighter style, or maybe PowerPort.

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The white connector circled in red can be attached to with an appropriate connector and this then wired to something like a USB car charger e.g.

Mountable charger port: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Dual-USB-...g/292165016188

Loose connectors you could locate somewhere to attach to: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/12V-to-5V...e/201926844000

Just wish I knew what type of connector that white one is so I can order the other half of it....

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I used item 1 and 3 inside of my tanklock bag.
https://www.motorcycleplanet.co.uk/p...er-connectors/

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Just wish I knew what type of connector that white one is so I can order the other half of it....

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Just wish I knew what type of connector that white one is so I can order the other half of it....
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Ok then answer me this, i found a switched live 4 wire plug, 2 of which seem to be switched, on the offside near the diagnostic plug. What is this for ? it has a blank cover on it. Ive used one of these switched live's to trigger my relay for heated grips as the dealer who fitted them wired them directly to the battery, never a good idea.

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