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Model Name: WF II-2W
Use: MC, Moped, Moped Cars

Packaging: Pinpack, Bulk

Voltage: 6-12 Volt
Self power: 30mA
Supports: CAN-Bus

Complies to EU regulations



whipflash based on the most effective way to increase road safety by using a flashing brake light. Flashing brake is considered the best method of drawing attention to the present users of panic braking and danger.

The technology to detect the movement of the vehicle based on a twin-axle sensors which are integrated in a circuit. Measure the values calculated then mathematically to next activate appropriate signals to the present road.

WF II series is built into a standard designed relay box for easy way to fit both in the automotive spare relay sockets and be attached with the supplied bracket.

WF II connects only to the supply voltage, which varies depending on WF II model. Thereafter, only the signal from the brake pedal and brake handle and outgoing signal to the brake light that is connected. This is done through a few changes at brake pedal switch to know when the brake pedal is pressed down.
If you want to use the governance of the warning indicator connected another cable that in most cases in modern vehicles only connects directly to a pipeline at the warning blinker switch in the vehicle.

Model-specific data

WF II-2W is designed for motorcycle riders who are considered as extremely risk in traffic. WF II-2W is adapted specifically for lighter vehicles and has
settings that are appropriate for a little tougher environment prevailing on motorcycles. Meanwhile, sensing the rear-end collisions completely removed.
Instead the focus has been on knowing how the vehicle to enable subsequent warning indicator if the vehicle is overturned.


Detection by the twin-axle sensor is used to:


  • Collision detection: front, side
  • Hard and panic braking
  • Automatic activation / inactivation of warning indicators
  • Sudden tilt (If motorcycle turn over)


WF II is somewhat more complicated to install as it needs
mounted in a relay base, with the supplied bracket in the appropriate place.
WF II must be mounted standing straight up in order not to risk errors in motion sensing. In addition, any of the pages in line with vehicle travel, thus may not WF II rotated diagonally.

Then connect the desired lines and voltage is switched back on. If the brake light illuminates normally have the installation is successful. Then run the vehicle up to about 50km/h which then a panic braking is done. WF II is then installed.

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