SENA Bluetooth SMH10, SR10 Adapter,

Shown below are suggestions for installing a complete
BLUETOOTH SYSTEM
using...

Samsung NOTE Smartphone for your GPS, Weather, Music, Phone
FRS bike to bike radio, Adaptiv TPX radar, and driver passenger Intercom.


Completed System:
10.5 liter IN-Charge Tankbag, Samsung NOTE, FRS radio, Adaptiv TPX radar (hidden), electric liner thermostat.
NOTE TPX visual alert
mounted in the center of the Otter Case.
Completed System:
10.5 liter IN-Charge Tankbag, Samsung NOTE, FRS radio, Adaptiv TPX radar (hidden), electric liner thermostat
NOTE TPX visual alert
mounted in the center of the Otter Case..
Handle pocket,
Power lead,
Thermostat

RKA Dashboard,
Front portal
enterance.
NOTE TPX visual alert
mounted in the center of the Otter Case.
RKA Dashboard,
Front portal
enterance.
NOTE TPX visual alert
mounted in the center of the Otter Case.
View from the riders
natural position.
In this application all controls visable.
NOTE TPX visual alert
mounted in the center of the Otter Case..
SEE it work ...
Click Here.

Top orgainizer
area showing notepad,
riders milage chart
and Adaptiv TPX radar
hidden in that compartment.
Adaptiv TPX radar
hidden in organizer
compartment.
Power slot from
RKA "Control Box"
in main compartment
to organizer compartment
This idea is not a good idea for a couple of reasons.
The radar unit cannot pick up "Laser" though the material
of the bag. Secondly, although radar WILL be picked up through the material, if the radar unit is not mounted high enough the incoming signal may not clear the dash.
So we have remounted the unit on the handlebars and ran the pig tail harness to it.
The wiring harness / connections are still in the tankbag


This is the better
positioning of the
Adaptiv TPX Radar Unit. Visual is STILL located on the NOTE mount has shown above.
Yes!
RKA has put a light in the main comartment.
See our
GoalZero page.
RKA "Control Box"
with the start of the wiring configuration

RKA "Control Box"
with the finishing cigar and USB adapters to power devices
We mounted the
"SENA SR10 Adapter"
on the
RKA "Control Box"
as it has to be turned off and on when you stop.
The RKA "Control Box"
has a opening for extra
cables to enter the main
compartment if need be.

This is the Otter Defender case.
We have removed the clip......
...... drilled mounting holes to line up with the "RKA Dashboard"
Spacers to level

Cut access area for
on & off button
Cut access area for
on & off button
Otter case mounted on
"Cut access area for on & off button
RKA "Dashboard".
NOTE screws were later
changed out for flat tapered ones

YES!
You can also install a
night light for your map
powered from the
IN-Charge Tankbags power connections.
RKA has some of the best communications solutions out there. We try to test
and actual "build" systems so you can make the correct decisions.

This is the way we have set up our tankbag configuration but keep in mind this page and information is to enlighten, use what information fits your needs and wants.

RKA has seven different sizes and configurations to fit whatever moto you have. GO back to the "Communications page" to see the different sizes

The IN-Charge Series and Sonoma-HydroElectric series communications Tankbags are a must have for the customer that wants to be connected.

RKA has been testing MotionX on our iPhone and iPad in the van and car, then on the moto comparing it right next to our Zumo 665.

Of course this is an iPhone app since we own iPhones, but there are other apps on other smartphones that will work just has well.

Now we have purchased a Samsung “NOTE” and testing “Android navigation” and a app call “Sygic” the retails for about 44 euros.

So the Samsung NOTE has replaced RKA’s Zumo 665.

It appears to RKA that the GPS is leaving the building and the smartphones (with some still unresolved issues) are entering the building.

In this scenario the FRS radio, PTT button and TPX radar audio is plugged (hardwired vis2.5mm & 3.5mm plugs) into the SR10 Adapter.

Then the SMH10B headset is paired to the SR10 adapter using its phone button.

The SENA SMH10B Bluetooth driver headset talks to the SENA SR10 and visa-versa transmitting and receiving the audio, radar, and FRS transmissions back and forth to the drivers headset.

Then the driver headset, using SENA's "selective pairing" feature on the "phone button" channel is then paired to the Samsung NOTE allowing music, phone to be Bluetoothed to the driver headset.

Finally the driver headset, using SENA's "jog button" for intercom is paired to the passenger headset allowing for full duplex intercom with the tap of the "jog button".

The passenger can now pair their own phone and or music source to their headset.

The passenger can listen to Yo Yo Ma and the driver can listen to ZZ Top.

This is a perfect solution for PHONE, MUSIC, NAVIGATION,RADAR & Bike to bike communications using a FRS Radio with a range much greater than Bluetooth can deliver.

(If you have been doing the math here ….. YES the passenger could very well be another motorcycle driver, so you could speak with another SENA unit bike to bike and also talk to ANYONE that has a FRS radio!)


These are just suggestions to give you ideas.

So USE RKA RESOURCES to find out what's the best solution for you, whether it's motorcycle luggage or communications scenarios.

The RKA website is a wealth of information with comprehensive information, photos, and videos to help you.

We may not know the answer to everything but we can find it.

So call RKA at 1-800-349-1-RKA or pop us a message via e-mail at info@rka-luggage.com if you want help because we are here to help and RKA is working everyday on our website adding instructional videos, photos and such like this page.

These are all the parts you need so even though RKA's main mission is luggage solutions we also have communications solutions without our tankbag.