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31.Z100-Marten Repellent Spray
32.M197-Twilight Switch 12 - 28 V/DC
33.A001-Bending device
34.M048N-Ultrasonic Generator
35.M091A-Phase Coupler for Power Line Products
36.E003-Experimental board - strip grid
37.M240-Power Control 230 V/AC, 10 A, Multifunction
38.M094N-Marten repeller
39.M172N-Bicycle Power Charge Controller USB
40.M158-Water Switch 9 - 12 V/DC
42.M169A-Temperature switch-thermostat 12 V/DC
43.M069N-Underground mole & vole repeller
44.M113A-Time switch 12 - 15 V/DC
45.B156N-FM receiver
46.M101A-Magnet Field Generator
47.M122-Twilight switch 12 V/DC
48.M034N-Power Amplifier 40 W
49.G026N-Plastic Case approx. 72 x 50 x 28 mm
50.M174-Solar charging regulator Dual 16 A
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M172 Setup

How is the device connected to the dynamo?

Please find out which of the two cables coming from the dynamo is connected to the centre lamp contact. Once the correct cable has been determined, it has to be separated within close proximity to the M172. Take the end coming from the dynamo and connect it to the “Dynamo” connection on the M172. The other cable end (going to the two lamps) is connected to the “Light” connection on the M172. The “Frame” connection is connected with the wire that runs from the outer lamp contact to the dynamo. Note: When using a wheel hub dynamo, it is possible that at speeds of > 40 km/h the charge controller switches off the due to a too high dynamo voltage. However, at lower speeds it will automatically switch back on.

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