MotoGadget RFID M-Lock


m-Lock - Digital touchless RFID Ignition Lock

Get ride of your ignition key! The m-Lock is a contact free digital ignition lock with RFID technology and substitutes mechanical ignition locks or their electrical switching feature respectively. The proximity digital key/transponder only has to be waved near the m-Lock, and the ignition is switched on or off. The m-Lock is based on the latest RFID technology (Radio Frequency Identification) and therefore, unlike e.g. radio remote controls, tamper-proof. Each key/transponder has a unique digital code. The hidden mounting of the small m-Lock, covered by non-metallic parts like e.g. a plastic side panel, permits completely removing the mechanic ignition lock. Clean look and various design possibilities are guaranteed - especially for custom bikes! The available/optional glass tube "Pill" (not included) is a transponder is so small (3 x 13 mm) that it can be sewn into the finger or side of a glove - Add Option in drop down in addition to the m-Lock. All keys/transponders are available as a replacement 'key blank' and can be 'taught' to the desired m-Lock. NOTE: The m-Lock CANNOT BE USED with security key RFID immobilized bikes! Dimensions:
  • Transmitter/receiver, diameter: 30 mm
  • Height: 14 mm
  • Cable length: ~20" / 50 cm
  • Fixture: 2 x M3 threaded holes on back
  • Operating voltage: 6V - 18V
  • Operating temperature: -4° ~ 176° F / -20 °C ~ +80 °C)
  • RFID technology is tamper-resistant
  • each key has a unique code
  • neither key nor m-Lock suffer from mechanical wear
  • the key requires no battery - failsafe
  • no overload or scorched pins possible due to indirect switching via the 40 A main relay
  • watertight and vibration resistant because of the moulded-in construction
  • additional keys can be easily purchased and 'learned' to any m-Lock
  • a switching distance of 4 - 5 cm ensures convenient switching while excluding the possibility of accidental engagement
  • integrated LED shows the status of the m-Lock while mounting, connecting and 'teaching' of new keys