LED Dual Element Circuit

$7.00
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This LED Dual Element Circuit is necessary (if you aren't using the Motogadget m-Unit) to utilize LED lights as both running lights and brake lights in a simulated dual-filament setup. This circuit moderates low-power and full-power to the LED lighting to intensify the brightness when braking or using turn signals. Pairs with the Flexible Turn and Brake LED Tail Light (8.2" requires 30-60 dual circuit, any longer lengths require 65-125 LED dual element circuits) and the LED Supernova Brake and Turn-Signal Lights (these require 5-10 dual element circuits for up to 2 Supernovas). Simply determine out how many LEDs are used and choose the circuit that will work best for you.

One 5-10 D.E.C. will be sufficient for 1-2 Supernova LEDS. You can use one 15-25 dual element circuit to create a greater variance between the brightness of the Running and Brake Modes, if that's your desired effect.

FEATURES

  • Converts LED lighting to replicate dual-filament incandescent operations
  • A variety of options available to fit your application depending on the number of LEDs used in your lighting setup

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  • 5
    LED Dual Element Circuit

    Posted by Erick A. on Jun 17th 2017

    Excellent. It worked just as stated.

  • 5
    It does what it says

    Posted by Ryan M. on May 22nd 2017

    What can you say about some inert wire and a diode? If you're trying to use your LEDs for running and stop you need this. It's well made and easy to connect. Works every time.

  • 5
    WORKS PERFECT

    Posted by William O. on Mar 23rd 2017

    Been trying to improve my rear lights on my bike for years. This unit allowed me to use Revival's bright LED's for my brake lights.

  • 5
    Works fine

    Posted by Derrik E. on May 5th 2016

    attached to led lights for dual circuit set up. no problems.