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Hey guys im running a special on the new flash to pass module. $70 SHIPPED


Flash2Pass turns your existing headlight high beam switch into a transmitter for your automatic garage door opener. It works with virtually any vehicle with a 12-volt system. Flash2Pass operates with most automatic garage door openers manufactured since 1982 up to present. There are easy do-it-yourself instructions included for the DIY homeowner. Flash 2 Pass can be installed in less than 15 minutes with standard household tools. Flash2Pass turns the existing headlight high beam switch in the residents vehicle into a transmitter for gate access. Their integrated system provides state-of-the-art community security and interfaces with our Passkey software for full control and reporting capabilities on a standard Windows based PC. These products offer true resident convenience. One Flash2Pass transmitter can be used to open the community gate, garage door, and optionally, the individual homeowners garage door.
 

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only the small black box is mounted on the bike, the other is mounted in your garage. THe small box is about 2"x2"x.5"
 

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and you can mount it wherever you want on the bike. It comes with a fairly long lead to the box
 

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What is involved to wire it to the bike? I normally ride with my highbeam on anyway will this affect me being able to use it or do i just flash it off and back on to make it work. Will it only work with my bike since it will have the black box or if I were to flash the high beam in my truck would that open the garage too?
 

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it has two pins that splice themselves into a hot and cold wire, and it wont affect anyting on how the lights work. You just click your highbeams twice and it will send the signal to the reciever. The only way it would work in your truck is if you got a second transmitter, which is about $35, but it would work the same way. Each reciever will work with up to 6 transmitters, so if you have multiple vehicles you can use this system on all of them
 

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I purchased this a few months ago. I just thought I would bump it because it is a really good idea. My remote for my garage door had fallen off my bike a couple times and I decided to try and find something better. The remote has a clip and I had it clipped onto the brake line but it didin't work too good. I came across the Flash2Pass on the internet. I work nights or should say evenings. I get off at 3:45 AM and after I dropped my remote a couple time I started placing it in my back pack. I then had to shut down my bike when I got home, take my helmet off and dig around in my back pack for the remote or go through the walk through garage door and hit the door opener. I thought to myself there has got to be a better way. I found this device and it works exactlly as advertised. I piggy backed the Flash2Pass receiver to my current receiver because it has a security lock and light on/off built into the original opener. I then wired the transmitter onto the hi bean wires on the bike. I attached the transmitter onto the fairing stay with the supplied wire tie. It took about 15 minutes total from start to finish. I now just flick on the hi beam light twice and the garage door opens. It doesn't use the actual light from the bike as some think but the juice going to the light energizes the transmitter and it sends an RF signal to the receiver on the 2nd flash. I recommend this to anyone that has their remote attached to their bike. Plus you no longer have to worry about loosing the remote or ever replacing the batteries.
 
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