Universal Flasher LED 12 V

1.007.110.00E (choose order option)

The Universal Flasher LED is suitable for LED lights and lights with incandescent lamps. This flasher unit supports left/right turn signals as well as hazard warning lights doubling flasher frequency in case of LED/lamp failure. Terminal C is the turn signal LED/lamp control output. If lights fail during flasher mode the flashing frequency on terminal C doubles (C2 function). When the supply voltage is applied to the left or right turn signal input the unit starts flashing left or right immediately. When the supply voltage is connected to the hazard warning lights input or to the left and right turn signal inputs simultaneously the hazard warning lights function is activated. LED/lamp failure can be detected via current threshold monitoring (customconfigurable on request) for each of the 4 output channels resulting in a doubling of the flasher frequency (C2 function). However, the flashing frequency will not double while the hazard warning lights mode is active.

NameValue
Dimensions 30 × 30 × 40 mm
Housing material Plastic
Number of pins 9
Operating voltage 12 V
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Number of pins 9
Inputs (digital) 3
Outputs (digital) 4
Blink frequency 90 1/min
Temperature range -40 to 85 °C
Protection class IP53
Operating voltage 12 V
Flasher out­put Max. 21 W per channel
Status output terminal C 3 W
Cur­rent thresh­old 140 mA
Name Model Connection diagram Order no.
Universal Flasher LED 12 V 4 Channel S1 1.​007.​110.​00E
Required accessoriesArticle number
Socket ST FL 9-pin 5 x 6.3 / 4 x 2.8 1.​017.​002.​00
Socket package watertight 40 mm 114265
FAS­TON ter­mi­nal for latching 2.8 mm 0.5 – 1.0 mm² 105292
FAS­TON ter­mi­nal for latching 6.3 mm 1 mm² 102355
FAS­TON ter­mi­nal for latching 6.3 mm 1.5 – 2.5 mm² 103064
Hous­ing bracket 1.​017.​080.​00

Which threshold values do the outputs have?

Current threshold = 140 mA at 12 V / 70 mA at 24 V

Do all four channels have to be occupied or is it sufficient to connect only the channels "left front" and "right front" with a sufficient load?

If e.g. the left turn signal is active, then both channels become active for the left side. If there is no load on a channel, the flasher flashes at twice the flashing frequency.
So a load must be attached to both channels.

Can the customer reprogram the current thresholds at the universal flasher itself?

The reprogramming can only be carried out by MRS Electronic.