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Alternating Left/Right Strobe Flash Module Box For Fog Lights, LED DRL, Strips

Alternating Left Right Strobe Flash Module Box For Fog Lights | LED DRL

Price: $9.99

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  • 1 piece
  • Input: 12V DC
  • Output: 12V DC
  • High wattage capacity: up to 4AMP, output (aka 48W)
  • Total length: 9 inches
  • Installation diagram below
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LED Strobe/Flashing Module Box

LED Strobe/Flashing Module Box

LED Strobe/Flashing Module Box

Additional Information

This page features one piece alternating flashing strobe module box for most 12V light applications such as fog lights, LED daytime running lights, LED strips, etc.

For this alternative flashing strobe module box, simply tap both left and right light applications to this module box output side and then connect the input side to the 12V power source.

Please note: this module box is not waterproof, please do not place it somewhere the water can get on it.

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  1 of 1 people found this product review helpful:
Alternating strobe flash worked great on my bike March 4, 2017

Reviewer: Thomas

This strobe light module box is pretty cool and it works as described. I ordered it with a set a couple sets of amber LED light strips and an on/off switch to make a set of emergency flashers and it works awesome. It works by rapidly switching the grounds on and off for the lights and for this reason you can not install it to an existing light system such as your turn signals, driving lights, etc. You would have to connect the ground from the existing lights to this unit or that ground would over ride the function of this unit. With some ingenuity you could devise a system to switch between ground circuits. Essentially you would wind up with always having open circuit power to the lamps or wind up with two switches, one for power and one to switch between ground circuits. More than I cared for on a motorcycle. This is a unit that will allow you to install a set of stroboscopic auxiliary lamps, LED daytime running lamps, and fog lights to a vehicle and in that capacity it works flawlessly.

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