The "Transition=23" refers to effect number 23 which is "displays a random transition". You can change "23" to any of the effects below.
SIGNAL SORCERER WORKS ON ALL BIKES
TRAFFIC SIGNAL SENSOR SYSTEMS
Traffic signals in the United States use several different systems to detect traffic in a specified area, such as a left turn or straight lane. But laser, pressure-based, and other experimental systems have never gained the popularity of the ever-popular inductive loop. The inductive loop, first introduced to traffic signal use in the 1960's, is inexpensive, easy to install, highly reliable, requires minimal maintenance, and is unaffected by the presence of irrelevant objects such as dogs, pedestrians, bicycles, etc.
A traffic signal's inductive loop is basically a coil of wire that has been buried just beneath the road's surfacež and is then covered with tar or rubber for sealing and protection. The inductance of these loops is then measured with a meter. The units of measure are called "Henry's," and "Micro-Henrys." When certain substances breech the edge of the loop, the inductance rises. The signal switches, which tell the traffic light to cycle, are linked to the meter measuring the inductance of the loop. When the inductance of the loop increases by a predetermined amount, the light initiates its cycle. The human body, fiberglass, plastic, aluminum, and most other substances have very little effect on the level of inductance. Iron most substantially increases inductance. Iron is present in steel.
It is now easy to see why today's motorcycles, bicycles, and even many small cars do not effectively initiate traffic signal cycles. There is actually very little iron in today's motorcycles. High-tech plastics, alloys and aluminum account for the majority of the mass of most cycles, and much of the steel, such as the handlebars, is too far from the inductive loop to affect it.
SIGNAL SORCERERTM generates a powerful magnetic field which radically increases the inductance of the loop -- INSTANTLY. Once SIGNAL SORCERERTM breeches the loop, the signal's cycle immediately initiates. Some traffic lights will change immediately, some are on timers and there is a slight delay before the light actually changes – but the cycle has indeed been initiated by SIGNAL SORCERERTM. Most signals have no timers operating during minimal traffic periods, such as 1:00 a.m. through 4:00 a.m.
If you and your riding buddy both have a SIGNAL SORCERERTM, it will not matter whether you breech the loop individually, or together. Each SIGNAL SORCERERTM increases the inductance more than adequately to trip a traffic signal's cycle.
The use of two SIGNAL SORCERERSTM is not necessary anywhere in the continental United States – if the SIGNAL SORCERERTM is placed unobstructed between the motorcycle and the road. The closer to the inductive loop SIGNAL SORCERERTM is, the greater the effect. However, if you have rear touring bags made of leather or plastic, you may place one SIGNAL SORCERERTM in the very bottom of each bag, and gain the same effect as a single SIGNAL SORCERERTM placed between the road and the motorcycle. This will not work if the bags have metal bottoms.
SIGNAL SORCERERTM may be attached to any surface and be just as effective. You may attach your SIGNAL SORCERERTM to the steel frame or skid plate, an aluminum engine component, or even plastic. The most important thing is that there is nothing between SIGNAL SORCERERTM and the road, and that placement does NOT interfere with the safe operation of your motorcycle. SIGNAL SORCERERTM should never be placed on wheels.
SIGNAL SORCERERTM comes packaged with an industrial wire tie that is chemical and UV resistant. It is recommended that this tie be employed when attaching a SIGNAL SORCERERTM. SIGNAL SORCERERTM comes with a strip of 3MTM acrylic foam adhesive already attached to it for mounting. This is a permanent, industrial quality adhesive, and if the SIGNAL SORCERERTM is mounted on a flat surface, the tie may be removed after 96-hours – when the adhesive has fully cured. If the SIGNAL SORCERERTM is mounted on metal tubing, or a rough surface, then it is recommended that the tie be left on permanently – though testing has shown that the adhesive is most often adequate.