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Technical / Re: Tyre Pressure Montiors
« Last post by Wilco on Today at 09:13:30 AM »
So you have two testing options now.
  • Do real time value check for battery status and sensor status readings directly after a ride where the readings dropped out.
    • Do a ride with GPS disabled immediately after a ride where the sensors dropped out, and see if problem is solved.
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    Hello Ros,
    I have the exact same problem as you do. But I have it on another bike R1200GS 2014.
    Did you succeed in fixing the problem?
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    Technical / Re: Tyre Pressure Montiors
    « Last post by schuppi on October 21, 2020, 07:59:35 PM »
    Could anything interfere with the sensor i.e GPS module?

    Hello
    Yes, BMW Motorrad recommends that an additional radio source interferes with reception.
    Removing or disabling these transmitters can fix the problem.
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    Technical / Re: how to Unlock Speedo meter s 1000rr?
    « Last post by jakutash on October 21, 2020, 07:58:51 PM »
    Thank you. I Already order usb version gs. Will ways for beta testing.
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    Technical / Re: Tyre Pressure Montiors
    « Last post by Helga1200 on October 21, 2020, 07:28:54 PM »
    I got the following

    Anti-Theft Alarm / Tyre Pressure Monitor
    RDC/DWA type:   Anti-Theft Alarm / Tyre Pressure Monitor
    Controller Type:   Anti-Theft Alarm / Tyre Pressure Monitor
    Part No.:   7722092
    Hardware Index:   11
    Coding Index:   4
    Manufacturer:   Gemel
    HWOE No.:   61780645
    MCV:   0.6.0
    FSV:   2.5.1
    OSV:   3.2.1
    2 fault codes found:

    40471   Front tyre-pressure sensor signal disrupted/interference
    The fault is not present now.
    40472   Rear tyre-pressure sensor signal disrupted/interference
    The fault is not present now.
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    Technical / Re: Tyre Pressure Montiors
    « Last post by Wilco on October 21, 2020, 10:21:25 AM »
    Did you get any fault codes on the controller, by the way?
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    Technical / Re: Tyre Pressure Montiors
    « Last post by Wilco on October 21, 2020, 09:14:13 AM »
    Interference is unlikely, and on the surface of it, all seems fine.
    I would certainly expect a fault reading on the sensor status if there was a battery issue, but it still seems the most likely explanation.
    Your screenshot looks typical of a healthy system with only one sensor awake.

    I would suggest going for a ride until one or both sensors cut out, and then doing a realtime value check without killing the engine.
    Perhaps the sensor status has reset before you looked at the RTV readings.
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    Technical / Re: Tyre Pressure Montiors
    « Last post by Helga1200 on October 20, 2020, 07:59:52 PM »
    Hi Wilco. dont mind at all..

    So whats the consensus?  Is it the batteries even though it says they are ok?  Could anything interfere with the sensor i.e GPS module?
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    GS-911 Wifi / Re: Device not connected - No Autoscan
    « Last post by Wilco on October 20, 2020, 08:42:35 AM »
    Correct.
    No autoscan function, either way.

    I'll respond on your support ticket to take this further.
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    GS-911 Wifi / Re: Device not connected - No Autoscan
    « Last post by Wilco on October 20, 2020, 08:42:00 AM »
    Schuppi, those are the different ways your GS911 could possibly be connected to your PC.
    Nine times out of ten you want to keep that on USB. If using a WiFi connection it is recommended to us the web app rather than the PC app.
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