Super Bright Ultra Flexible Tri-Chip LED Strip - 12V Motorcycle Ready - Plug and Play LED Strips FAQs
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Tri-Chip Ultra-Flex Waterproof Strip
|Q:||I want to wrap these around my head lights on a 2013 Suzuki Burgman 650. and use them as running lights. These lights are not round. Will these strips work on this application. I don't want to have them on a switch, just the ignition switch. - by Ronald (Springfield, VT)|
|A:||The strip would work for that application. This one would also work: https://www.oznium.com/flexible-led-strips/2nd-gen-side-emitting-led-strip|
|Q:||can you bend them around corners 90 degress - by keith (west virginia)|
|A:||Yes, they bend back and forth, not side-to-side.|
|Q:||I'm looking to set these up on my Harley but also wish to get some sort of switch incorporated into the setup. Problem is, I'm searching for a flat switch where no holes are to be drilled. Instead, a switch with 3M adhesive. Anything?|
|A:||No flat switch but you could use this remote switch and install the receiver box in the battery box: https://www.oznium.com/switches/remote-switch|
|Q:||Is it sold in pairs or, in one solid piece per footage? - by Jean (USA; Florida)|
|A:||If you enter a quantity of "1", you will receive a single 12 inch strip.
If you enter a quantity of "2", you will receive two 12 inch strips.
And so on...
|Q:||How many lumens are the super bright motorcycle leds? - by Dr. (Orlando Fl)|
|A:||Sorry, we don't have that information, but they are brighter that the other strips. Tri-Chip, more diodes.|
|Q:||I found this video
and wish to carryout exactly the same install.
Can you say which parts I need please.
Thanks John - by John
|A:||Flexible leds strips, 2.4 inch. orange color. The extra piece for the wire end we don't sell.|
|Q:||Can these lights be connected to each other to create a longer light (Example: Could you connect two or three of them together to create a 24" or 36" light)?|
|A:||You could certainly wire two or three to the same power source, and position the lights end-to-end, for a covering of 24" or 36".|
|Q:||Can the Strip be cut if it is too long? - by Jon (Canada)|
|A:||Yes, you're welcome to cut between every third LED.|
|Q:||I'm interested in mounting these on my bicycle. What kind of power source would I need for that?|
|A:||A battery pack would work well but would need to be kept dry: https://www.oznium.com/install-bay/12v-led-battery-holder|
|Q:||I was wondering what is the easiest way to hook these up to the running/brake light for my 2005 Honda Rebel CMX 250? I am doing this because I have a MC trunk on the back of my motorcycle. - by Scott (Freeland, PA)|
|Q:||How would you hook these up as a taillight/brakelight combination? - by Scott (Freeland, PA.)|
|A:||https://www.oznium.com/forum/topic22468 Check out this page.|
|Q:||are thes really only 1.1mm tall? pretty thin|
|Q:||Most front blinkers are 3 wire config. Do these have the 3rd wire? - by Monny (Seattle)|
|A:||No two, hot and ground.|
|Q:||Could these lights be used as turn signals? I have a dual sport motorcycle and would like to mount them on my hand-guards to supplement or replace the regular front turn signals - by Ted (Victoria BC)|
|A:||Yes, these can be used as turn signals. Just wire them into your turn signals and you're all set.|
|Q:||Yes could u tell me the difference in the cool white and the warm white ? I have some white LED's already and i would like them to match as close as i can. Which of your lights give the whitest light,, Thank you - by Steve (Oakland tn)|
|A:||Maybe this helps: