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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by sanjoh, May 31, 2012.
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I've been waiting on these .... just ordered two ...
Do I get a bonus for being the first to order .... just kidding ..
Does this have a left detent click for on/off?
Thanks, you were in the first 10 to purchase, will send some nice reflective stickers with your order.
It has a detent for on/off. Not sure what you mean by left
Sorry, I meant the detent click for the off position is in the counter clockwise direction?
Yes, counter clockwise reduces the light output until it reaches off with a detent.
Fits nicely behind the brake resevoir.
Easy to reach with a thumb. I don't recommend adjusting while underway
Fantastic, and it even has a High Beam by-pass.
Can it be panel Mounted?
Rotary control of led output.
Dimming is accomplished by PWM.
Rotoray detent in off position.
Connect your high beam to provide full light output when you turn on the high beams.
Includes connectors male/female for 2 lights.
Includes connector for 12v DC power (male and female).
1.5"x1.3"x.8" or 38mmx33mmx20.3mm
Suitable for up to 6 amps or 72 watts.
I mounted mine to an existing bracket that I already had on my handlebars.
It is controlling a set of Model 30s that are mounted on both sides of my headlight. It's across from my wireless dimmer fob that controls a set of Model 60s.
Here are the input and output connections from the unit. 1 male JST plug and 2 female JST receptacles and the high beam bypass wire.
I pigtailed one of my outputs to run an extra output from the dimmer because I also have the LED indicators on my instrument cluster.
LED panel mount indicators mounted on my instrument panel.
Panel mounted as in hole through the panel then bolted. No, it is designed to be surface mounted.
How did you attach it to the bracket?
It is attached with RTV. That and my voltmeter are held on with RTV and I have had no issues with them staying put.
Do I need to use the high beam wire? I will only be using these on the back roads.
It's not required. The high beam bypass only uses the high beam signal to trip a relay, no substantial power is used but you will be missing out on a great feature. On the back roads is where it will come in handy, a car or tractor once in a while and you just flick your high beam switch to go to the dimmed setting, pass em by and flick the high beams on for full LED light output.
So you spent the big bucks for that awesome LED off road light only to find out that its too bright for the road or it kills your battery when riding the tight stuff!
The Rotary LED controller will tame the beast and give you full control over light output. Get the amount of light you want, when you want.
No FOB to lose
Gloved hand friendly
Small size 1.5"x1.3"x.8" or 38mmx33mmx20.3mm