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SP Connect C+ Charging Anti Vibration Module (52808)

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  • Regular price Rs. 8,499.00

Innovative vibration dampener that reduces up to 60% of vibrations. Only compatible with the SPC+ Phone Case.

  • 3D vibration dampener through a special elastomer inlay
  • Additional protection for sensitive smartphone parts
  • Inductive charging on your bike via battery or motor
  • CNC machined from aircraft grade aluminium

Only good vibes on the motorcycle! The SP ConnectTM Charging Anti Vibration Module is the innovative answer to the increasingly sensitive new smartphone generations. These consist of sensitive components that could be affected by persistent vibrations from the engine.

With the Charging Anti Vibration Module, you reduce up to 60% of these vibrations thanks to a specially developed elastomer inlay. At the same time, you can charge your phone inductively while riding. For additional protection and a fully charged battery. 100% weatherproof.

Simply replace the compatible mounting head with the Charging Anti Vibration Module and mount your smartphone directly on the vibration dampening module with a 90° clockwise rotation. The Charging Anti Vibration Module is 360° adjustable so you can adjust the orientation to your liking.

Warning: The Charging Anti Vibration Module SPC+ is a charger and not a power bank (no battery integrated). The module only works in conjunction with an SPC+ Phone Case. Functioning is not guaranteed with the Universal Interface or Universal Phone Case.

Use our QC 3.0 Standard-compliant SP ConnectTM 12V Hardwire Cable for direct connection to a motorcycle battery.

Keyless ignitions can be affected by overlapping frequency channels. To avoid problems when starting, start the ignition before you connect the smartphone to the charging module.


Diameter: 60mm



What's included:

1 × Charging Anti Vibration Module SPC+
1 × screw (M5x16mm)
1 × screw (M5x21mm)
1 × Cable USB-A/USB-C (QC 3.0)


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