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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 03-01-2016, 02:24 PM Thread Starter
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Iphone Charger

Hi guys just fitted a Interphone iphone6 Holder to my Brutale , its excellent but the satnav ate the battery pretty quick , can someone tell me what I need to get a charger lead to it please ? I did do a search but couldnt find anything conclusive , Thanks
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If you didn't have a gay iPhone id be able to help... But I'm an android guy

Just kidding... On eBay you can get chargers that come off the battery and have a switch to turn them off and on. Mines under my seat and the cable was run through to the left clutch cable. When i need it i just plug it straight into the phone or nav and charge while riding

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Not sure if you can see on the very left it's tucked away. Comes with a rubber cap, just pull that off when you need it. Cost about a tenner
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Cheers Dean , so it just connects direct to the battery terminals ? I wondered if there would be something that connected to the connection where you charge the battery up .
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Cheers Dean , so it just connects direct to the battery terminals ? I wondered if there would be something that connected to the connection where you charge the battery up .
Nope direct to battery then cable runs to under the rear seat. I have a small black box that sits behind the 4 abs pipes and there is a button you press to switch it on or off

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Direct fitment to the terminals of your battery is introducing the possibility of fire in the event of a short.

Things connected to your battery should be done so through a fused connection.

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Direct fitment to the terminals of your battery is introducing the possibility of fire in the event of a short.

Things connected to your battery should be done so through a fused connection.
Apologies I'm no electrian but there is a fuse that is on the cable that comes off the battery into the usb box thingy

Either ways it works and never got hot or been an issue

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I have made several "power port" connectors for mine and friends bikes. Always fused.
They plug into the battery charger connection.
Very reasonable when buying vs. making too. $8-10 USD for the power port and about the same for a Battery Tender brand USB.

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I have made several "power port" connectors for mine and friends bikes. Always fused.
They plug into the battery charger connection.
Very reasonable when buying vs. making too. $8-10 USD for the power port and about the same for a Battery Tender brand USB.

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That sounds easier than connecting to the battery ,and info on the parts i would need please ? Thanks
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