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jskene 01-12-2011 06:44 PM

New Product Annoucement: Programmable dimmer for auxiliary LED driving/fog lights
 
Advance Notice for ADV Rider Inmates:

Many auxiliary LED driving & fog lights are too bright for oncoming traffic when run at full brightness, yet need to be switched rapidly to full power when road and traffic conditions require and permit this.

Skene Design, developer of Photon Blaster and P3 Lights, now has a solution. Our Intelligent Lighting Controller allows you to program your aftermarket LED lights to operate at any desired intensity when in low power mode and switch immediately to maximum power when the high beam is activated. If an optional toggle/rocker switch is added, then three independent brightness settings are supported.

The controller not only controls the LED's brightness, but also serves as the relay for either two separate LED lights of up to 30 watts each, or a single light of up to 60 watts.

This product is now available here:

http://skenedesign.com/lights/IQ_170.shtml

jskene 01-12-2011 06:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NomadS (Post 14925837)
....Does anyone else with electrical experience know how to wire the lights so they would automaticaly switch to Medium (8-12w) brightness on low beam and full bright (24w) with high beam? Plus be able to turn them completely off with a separate switch.

Please see this thread for information on a product that does exactly that:

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=651333

98esten 01-12-2011 07:06 PM

:clap

JamesK 01-13-2011 12:38 AM

Sounds interesting, looking forward to seeing it.
Any idea on the pricing?

Katui 01-13-2011 01:09 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JamesK (Post 14928909)
Sounds interesting, looking forward to seeing it.
Any idea on the pricing?

What this guy said :) Plan on installing 2x24W LEDs on my DRZ and would love something like this.

GB 01-13-2011 04:15 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tallguy-09 (Post 14928605)
Jerry, you're walking in your competitors shop starting to sell your own product and from my experience your products are great.

:nod, please do not post in your competitors thread as per the posted rules. Thank you :thumb

I have Jerry's photon blasters and P3 lights.. looking forward to this new product :thumb

jskene 01-13-2011 04:51 AM

Sorry about breaking the rules, however I regard our relationship as more of a partnership than a competition.

This new dimmer design, which the vendor himself said he was not going to build, will help him sell many more lights.

Neil E. 01-13-2011 08:57 AM

This should save a lot of work for everyone. Sounds like what I was about make myself. Can't wait to see how compact it is. Can you post a sneak peak pic? I'd rather buy it than make it, so you're timing is perfect.

DiscoDino 01-13-2011 09:22 AM

Would this work with heated gear? Same principle, no?

jskene 01-13-2011 05:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DiscoDino (Post 14931167)
Would this work with heated gear? Same principle, no?

Yes, it will work for heated gear, but there are other solutions out there that I think would be better suited to the task.

jskene 01-13-2011 08:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tallguy-09 (Post 14931781)
Can the light's be switched off completely?
I think you said if you're using a handlebar switch you can have 3 settings (Lo and Medium with handlebar switch and Hi via OEM Hi-Beam light switch)

With a three position switch, you can have three independent brightnesses, including off. Switching on the high beam always sets the lights to maximum power.

tallguy-09 01-13-2011 08:42 PM

I have a standard 2-position switch (On/Off) what would give me one setting (brightness level set by your unit) and Off, ist that right? And Hi of course by switching on the high beam. This would work just fine for me since I'm using the LED's always at one setting during the day and I'll switch to high (not that often) with the hi-beam switch.
Quote:

Originally Posted by jskene (Post 14936423)
With a three position switch, you can have three independent brightnesses, including off. Switching on the high beam always sets the lights to maximum power.


jskene 01-13-2011 09:51 PM

A two position switch will give you two different settings. Each setting can be programmed to be from off to maximum brightness in 10 equal steps. A three position switch will give you three settings.

The high beam switch is an override, providing maximum power to the lights.

jskene 01-17-2011 05:56 PM

The IQ-170 Intelligent Lighting Controller is now ready to ship.

I know we promised this release for January 19th, but we received so many emails on it that we sped things up a bit.


You can see full details on this innovative new product here:

http://skenedesign.com/lights/IQ_170.shtml

bigalsmith101 01-18-2011 04:16 PM

Hallelujah!
 
Exactly what the doctor ordered. Well thought out. :freaky


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