We do not sell transponders

Updated 21-Oct-2020

Below you will find information about the models available starting with the latest and then going through the to the oldest version. All are still valid to be used at all AKA tracks.

Mylaps TR2 transponder

TR2 transponder

Introduced November 2019 (latest model)

Available new directly from Mylaps Speedhive online store. (site is very slow to load)
Choose a subscription or unlimited.
Mylaps did sell a non-subscription TR2 but seems it has been ceased or in short supply due to COVID.
Works with majority of older AMB and Mylaps timing systems but check with your racing organisation BEFORE buying.

 

Older kart transponders that are still OK to use

Mylaps X2 transponder

Superceded November 2019 (DO NOT BUY NEW OR 2nd HAND)

Mylaps X2 kart transponder

 

Mylaps AMB Classic Kart Transponder (TranX3 160)

Mylaps Classic Kart transponder

Identified by a black base & label - owned outright, no subscription required.
Australian Karting Association approved, recommended by Transponder Services.

This model was discontinued by Mylaps July 2015 and only available 2nd hand.
A fair price for 2nd hand would be around $200-$300AUD depending on age and condition.
These are a reliable transponder but may require a new battery fitted to get it working like new again. See our battery replacement service

 

Mylaps Flex Kart Transponder

Mylaps Flex Kart transponder

Identified by a white base & label and charges via a USB cable.
It is subscription based.
Australian Karting Association approved
We strongly recommend not buying a FLEX type transponder because they have been superceeded by the X2.
Definately DO NOT buy a USED FLEX transponder.

Requires downloading Subscription Management Software and paying an on going fee every 1,2 or 5 years. Has no resale value without an active subscription.
Cannot be serviced by Transponder Services.

 

Classic AMB TranX2 160 Kart Transponder

AMB go kart transponder TranX2 160

Identified by 4 screws in the front - owned outright, no subscription required.
Australian Karting Association approved
It is the predecessor to the Classic Mylaps Kart Transponder and works the same.
No longer available as a new item but can be found 2nd hand.
These are a reliable transponder but may require a new battery fitted to get it working like new again.
See our battery replacement service

Tips for transponder care

All rechargeable racing transponder of this type should be fully charged and allowed to run down at least once per month. This will extend the life of the battery. Do not over-charge. Once the charging light has changed from flashing red to solid green it should be removed from charging to avoid over-charging.

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