Before Electrical Work After Electrical Work Everything powered up. Headlight powered off. Wiring bundle. The red button shuts off the low beam, but in this photo, I just turned on the high beam which also shuts off the low beam. If I want no headlight, I turn on the OEM low beam switch on the left grip and push the red button. The black button kills power to the Powerlet which is energized always otherwise. The green LED indicates the Powerlet's status only when the ignition is on though so the LED doesn't drain the battery. The red LEDs merely indicate that the ignition is on. This is because I have a bad habit of leaving it on when I am scouting up ahead on foot. I'll transition one of those LEDs to indicate heated grip status this winter when I mount them. But it's the warm part of the year so I am riding stock grips ATM. I got the Powerlet from powerlet.com. It came with a great little 90 degree rubber boot for the bottom to protect it from the weather. I found the hand guards difficult to install. I still really need to bend them into shape, but I don't have a hot enough torch. I'll pick up some MAPP gas soon and fix it for good.