For now this product is sold ONLY in US and Canada. Once testing in EU will be completed we will allow purchases from outside of North America.
Harnesses for AMD Ryzen variants of Tesla will be available in few weeks.
Do you like Tinkering with your Tesla? Do you like adding additional features to it without having to install old style switches to control them? Do you want to control additional lights or devices based on specific conditions of the car (charging, driving, turning left/right, gear forward/reverse, high beams on, blind spot monitoring signals, or specific button presses on the steering wheel)? Then Tinkla Relay is a must have Swiss Army Knife for Tesla Model S/3/X/Y.
Tinkla Relay is a device that connects to your Tesla power and CAN and has 4 output relays that are turned on/off based on your settings configured via DIP switches. The maximum output for the relays is 12V and up to 3A total between all on channels at a time. This is enough to drive GPIO signals, trigger relays for larger consumers or turn on notification LEDs.
Our products are developed by Tesla enthusiasts that have years of experience in tinkering with Tesla cars. From integrating into the CAN bus for simple commands to fully retrofitting newer hardware on older Model S/X cars, we have done it all. Our passion drives us to develop better products.
Just wanted to take the opportunity to thank you for all the great work that you have done on OP. I have been following the progress of the AP1/Comma2/OPversion 0.8 development. It’s truly amazing what you have done. Once again thank you!
Hi Bog. First i wanna thank you for all your hard work making op great. It works really nice. Wow. Secondly I wanted to tell you I ordered and installed your latest product, TB, and it is amazing. You really do create magic on the CAN bus.
In early 2018 I got involved with the OpenPilot project. The more I got involved, the deeper I wanted to integrate OpenPilot with my Tesla Model S for a better experience. Today, by just looking at the instrument cluster (IC) or the center instrument display (CID) you would not know if the car is equipped with the Tesla original AutoPilot (AP1) or with our version of OpenPilot for Tesla.