LED Strobe Kit FAQs
All Customer Questions
LED Strobe Kit
|Q:||Are you able to setup this controller to be powered by one of your rocker switches? Am looking at doing a modified powerwheels mustang police and just want the police lights to be controlled by a simple switch. Meaning if I preset the "A" sequence, will it start when power is applied through the switch? If not, other ideas with the controller tucked underneath the vehicle? - by Shane (Commerce, MI)|
|A:||It will work the way you have it described. If preset and power is supplied through a switch they will come on.|
|Q:||Does the controller box come with the package - by Marc (Estonia)|
|A:||Yes, it is a complete package.|
|Q:||I have multiple off road led light bars, totron brand. I'm wondering if this controller could flash them as well. - by Zach|
|A:||Probably not, as your off road LED light bars draw way too much power (current) for this controller to handle.|
|Q:||Will I need to add resistors for this product? - by Dan (Cottage Grove, MN)|
|Q:||If I order two kits can I splice in and just use one controller box for the 8 leds.|
|Q:||No remote crontrol, got it. How about connecting a switch to this module to turn it on or off? Would that work? - by Carl (New York)|
|A:||A separate switch would work fine.|
|Q:||Does it come with a remote control? That would be great! - by Carl (New York)|
|Q:||How many of your prewired superflux 4 chip leds could you put on each lead instead of the included leds? I would like to use it for a toy firetruck. Would you sell the controller without the leds cheaper? - by Jason (North Haledon, NJ)|
|A:||Hundreds of LEDs.
No. (unless you're willing to buy 100 controllers)
|Q:||I know the the actual module isn't waterproof but are the LEDs themselfs waterproof? Or would I need to put some silicone around the LED units to stop them getting water damaged? - by Sean (Chelmsford, United K)|
|A:||They are not waterproof, but you're welcome to attempt waterproofing them yourself.|
|Q:||how about red/white? - by Anthony (Snow Hill, NC)|
|A:||Sure, how about getting two kits:
1 kit with all white
1 kit with red/blue
Then toss out the blue, and combine the red with the white. And toss out one controller.
Alternatively, we're happy to build a red/white kit, but only if you're able to purchase about 30 kits.
|Q:||hello I can choose blue and purple and powered by a 9 V battery, desire to put an electric guitar so I want to work with one or two 9 v batteries . my firstname.lastname@example.org
- by antonio (corona ca USA 9)
|A:||We only have white and red/blue. And they need 12v power, sorry.|
|Q:||Can this kit be expanded with your other led strips? - by Michael (Brookhaven, PA)|
|A:||Yep of course. You could easily hook up at 12v light source by just splicing into the wires.|
|Q:||whats the life hours on the leds? - by scott (louisiana)|
|Q:||will i get in trouble with law with these?
|A:||Depends. Use your own judgment.
Will you get in trouble with the law with a gun?
Yes, no, maybe. Depends.
If you shoot someone, you'll probably get in trouble (assuming you're caught).
If you shoot a bird, you're not likely to get in trouble.
If you take your gun to a gun show, you're probably fine.