Motogadget Introduces m.unit blue to Amp Up Your Motorcycle's Electronics

The new m.unit blue works through Bluetooth and can be run through the m.ride app

Motogadget's M.Unit Blue
Motogadget's m.unit blue works through Bluetooth and acts as the heart of your motorcycle's entire electrical system.Photo Courtesy of Spiegler Performance Parts

You can update your motorcycle's electronics with Motogadget's new digital control unit, the m.unit blue. This device comes with Bluetooth LE functionality and acts as the heart of the entire on-board electrical system.

Operated by push buttons or conventional handlebar switches, it controls all necessary components of your motorcycle and is a complete replacement for all OEM fuses. The new m.unit replaces Motogadget's m.unit V.2 after undergoing significant development and improvements.

Motogadget M.Unit Blue with app
The m.unit blue works in conjunction with the m.ride app, both of which will be available in June.Photo Courtesy of Spiegler Performance Parts

You can also work the m.unit blue with the m.ride app where you can manage the entire menu setup and alarm system via your smart phone. The m.ride app will be available for Android (version 6.0 and up) in June and for iOS (iPhone 5 and up) shortly thereafter.

Fault diagnostics can also be performed during operation and without having to remove the m.unit blue. The secure, encrypted Keyless Go function, when activated, turns on the vehicle's on-board electrical system when approaching the bike with your smart phone.

The m.unit blue can be used with or without the Bluetooth function, and will be available in the US in June.