Allows the rider to arm and disarm their security system within 10 ft. of the bike in a completely hands free manner.
Rider carries a "Dawg Tag" on their keys. This Dawg Tag contains a small RFID device which transmits its unique digital identity to a "Smart Relay" installed on the bike.
Dawg Tag can be programmed to work with multiple "Smart Relays".
No transmitter buttons to push, keys to fumble with or codes to remember.
Installation take on a few minutes and the protection lasts a lifetime. The ingenious design allows the DGD-M1 to install on any bike with the simple 3 wire install instructions included. The DGD-M1 Smart Relay contains over 300 micro components which supply the power of Digital Guard Dawg security. Built by a Tier 1 OE supplier to General Motors, Digital Guard Dawg is designed for a long life protecting your bike. Digital Guard Dawg works along with any other factory security system you may already have on your bike. There's not a smarter security choice on the market.
Fits all metric bikes or bikes without start relays.
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A: Yes The DGD-1 will fit your 2000 Honda CBR600 F4. All you need to do is swap your existing starter relay with the Smart Relay, connect one wire to the battery’s positive terminal, perform a simple activation sequence and you’re done.
Q: Will the DGD 1 work with a 2014 Harley Heritage?
A: Starting in 2012 Harley has started moving away from starter relays and moving into a can-bus system, oddly enough even the dealerships often don’t know which bikes have relays or can-bus systems, as its not model specific but more bike specific. If you go out to your bike and look in your fuse box, if you have a start relay Digital Guard Dawg definitely will have a system that will work with your bike. If you don’t have a starter relay at all on your bike unfortunately we don’t have an option that will work on the Harley can-bus system yet.
Location: Marysville, WA, USA
Q: Will the DGD-1 work on a '97 Harley?
Over 3 years ago
I like the idea of hands free RFID recognition. I just bought a '97 Harley Wide Glide and would like to know if this system will work with my bike.
How exactly does it hook in?
A: The DGD-1 will fit your 1997 Dyna Wide Glide. All you need to do is swap your existing starter relay with the Smart Relay, connect one wire to the battery’s positive terminal, perform a simple activation sequence and you’re done.