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Hex ezCANAccessory manager for CAN-bus-equipped motorcyclesUser manualEdition 1.3Aug 2021Hex ezCAN Configuration Tool

Hex ezCAN for CAN-bus-equipped Motorcycles112345678TABLE OF CONTENTSTABLE OF CONTENTS . 2WHAT CAN THE EZCAN DO? . 3INSTALLING FOR LIFE . 53.1Calculating power consumption . 53.2Generic installation . 73.3Before you wire your accessories . 93.3.1Connecting 2-wire accessories . 103.3.2Connecting 3-wire LED lights . 113.4Connecting power wiring . 123.5ezCAN registration . 143.5.1Registering the ezCAN . 143.5.2Re-registering the ezCAN . 153.5.3Registering manually . 16EZCAN VIDEO TUTORIALS . 174.1ezCAN installation instructions . 174.2ezCAN configuration instructions. 17HOW TO CONTROL YOUR EZCAN . 185.1BMW motorcycles with Multi-Controller . 185.2BMW motorcycles without Multi-Controller. 195.3Harley-Davidson . 205.4KTM. 205.4.1Switching Aux 1 and Aux 2 lights independently. 215.4.2If no light switch is installed . 215.4.3If the Hex UP-DOWN switch is installed . 225.4.4If a single-button switch is installed . 235.5Adding and adjusting an auxiliary-light strobe delay on horn activation . 245.6All other ezCAN functions . 255.7Brand-specific functions . 285.7.1KTM ABS/bad fuel modes functionality . 285.8Importing and exporting your ezCAN setup configuration . 28IF SOMETHING GOES WRONG . 306.1What do the Status LED colours mean? . 306.2Using the ezCAN Diagnostics window . 31SPECIFICATIONS . 35NOTICES AND COPYRIGHT. 36 Hex Innovate (UK) Ltd.Page 2 of 36ezCAN 2106.2

Hex ezCAN for CAN-bus-equipped Motorcycles2WHAT CAN THE EZCAN DO?Congratulations on your purchase of a Hex ezCAN! We wish you manyyears of trouble-free service and exciting riding. We aim to boost therideability and usability of your motorcycle, and the safety, comfort andpleasure of your riding experience. The only practical limit to what ezCANcan do for you is your imagination!The ezCAN is an accessory manager for CAN-bus equipped motorcycles,ATVs and other vehicles. It connects directly to the battery, sidesteppingthe electrical power restriction issues of the latest motorcycles. Itcontinuously monitors the data transmitted on the CAN-bus (a smallselection of the monitored data includes engine speed, vehicle speed,status of brake lights and brake pedals/levers, horn status, gear position,throttle position, headlight and switch status, and turn signal status). TheezCAN uses these messages to control the individually configuredaccessories connected to its power outputs.The ezCAN has four highly configurable multi-purpose power outputs. Thefour outputs have identical power-supply capability, and are colour-codedRed, Blue, Yellow and White (below).The White output is also capable of functioning as a LIN (LocalInterconnect Network) bus for future expandability.The Hex ezCAN is capable of powering any 12-volt electrical accessorywith a current draw of up to 25 Amps*. In practice, ezCAN can power allelectrical accessories used in modern motorcycling. This includes (but isnot limited to):* One or more sets of high-powered auxiliary front LED lights. Auxiliary rear running lights and brake lights. High-powered air horns. Auxiliary front daytime running lights/turn signals. Combined rear run/brake/turn signals.For a full description of the ezCAN’s functional specifications, see SPECIFICATIONS. Hex Innovate (UK) Ltd.Page 3 of 36ezCAN 2106.2

Hex ezCAN for CAN-bus-equipped Motorcycles Marker lights. Heated gear. Action cameras. Switched 12V outlets supplying power to mobile phones, satellitenavigation devices, and so on.You are not limited to a specific role per power circuit: any 12V accessoryof any type can be assigned to any power circuit.The possibilities are so broad that we recommend you devote somethought to function and configuration. One common installation scenario(below) includes a circuit powering two front spotlights (blue circuit),another circuit powering two more front spotlights (yellow circuit), a circuitpowering an auxiliary rear light (red circuit), and a circuit powering a highpower accessory horn (white circuit, shown in black for clarity).But you are not confined to this layout. Many ezCAN customers havecreated truly imaginative scenarios, all of which have enhanced theirpersonal riding experience. Hex Innovate (UK) Ltd.Page 4 of 36ezCAN 2106.2

Hex ezCAN for CAN-bus-equipped Motorcycles3INSTALLING FOR LIFETo install your ezCAN in a way that ensures optimum, trouble-freeperformance in all conditions, you must:1. Protect the main body from damage. Where you install the silverbody of the ezCAN depends on what space is available. Install theezCAN’s main body where it will be protected from crushing,impacts and vibration. Although the ezCAN is highly waterresistant, try not to expose it to water spray from the wheels orfrom high-pressure cleaning equipment.2. Ensure easy diagnostics. With the ezCAN installed and secured,make sure you have easy access to the Status LED, and theezCAN’s main fuse.3. Mount the main body securely. If you use the Velcro stripssupplied with the kit, first clean the silver body and your plannedmounting point with methyl alcohol. Otherwise, secure the mainbody to a frame tube or other solid component using medium-sizedzip ties.4. Protect the wiring. When routing the ezCAN wiring to the battery,CAN-bus connector, accessory power points and otherconnections, run the wiring next to existing wiring, under bodypanels, and behind frame tubes. Make sure all wiring is kept wellclear of moving components (such as fork stanchions, steeringtriple clamps and swingarms), and is not in danger of being cut,abraded or overheated.5. Secure the wiring. Securely fasten all ezCAN and accessorywiring to frame tubes or non-moving components with zip ties. Donot over-tighten the zip ties.For specific instructions on where and how to install ezCAN on BMW,Harley-Davidson and KTM motorcycles, click here.3.1 Calculating power consumptionWARNINGMake sure that all amperage cut-off limits are set correctly.If this is not done, current overload conditions coulddamage your accessories or cause electrical fires.You must correctly set the cut-off amperage limit for each ezCAN powercircuit you use. Setting these limits too high will make them ineffective,possibly causing dangerous over-current conditions. Setting the limits toolow may trip power circuits for no good reason (this is known as nuisancetripping). Hex Innovate (UK) Ltd.Page 5 of 36ezCAN 2106.2

Hex ezCAN for CAN-bus-equipped MotorcyclesThe ezCAN features software amperage limits that act in the same way asnormal fuses. These ‘software fuses’ are based on the accumulatedenergy principle. This means they take the severity of an over-currentcondition into account and act accordingly. In practice, this means theywill not trip in the first fraction of a second in which an amperage limit hasbeen exceeded, but will act upon the continuing energy of the event. Thismeans ezCAN can intelligently handle small current spikes withoutnuisance tripping.If a circuit draws more than the amount of current you specify, the ezCANwill cut the power supply to that circuit. To reset a circuit that has ‘tripped’in this way, cycle the ignition (switch the motorcycle’s ignition switch OFF,then switch it back ON).Any of the software fuses can be set to a trip point between 1 and 25Amps (below).Calculate the safe cut-off amperage limit for each power circuit by doingthe steps that follow:1. Find out how much continuous current (in Amps) your accessoryuses at full power (value X).2. Calculate the total amperage limit (value I) for the circuit by addinga 30% margin to value X, using this formula:𝐼 (𝑋 30%)TIPFor larger electrical loads, it may be advisable to use alower margin.If you are using a margin lower than 30%, and a powercircuit ‘trips’ repeatedly, increase the margin.3. Assign the closest software fuse setting above value I to thecircuit, using the procedure shown here. As a typical example, you might want to connect arun/brake light with a maximum current draw of 1

motorcycle’s control units. 1. Switch the motorcycle’s ignition OFF. 2. Remove the negative terminal (–) from the motorcycle’s battery. 3. Remove the positive terminal ( ) from the motorcycle’s battery. 4. Connect the ezCAN to the correct CAN-bus connections. On 2013-onward liquid-cooled BMW R

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