Wholesale Dealers of Requirement certification RoHS CE TUV VDE High Efficiency IP65 200W Outdoor LED Flood Light Manufacturer in Miami
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Requirement certification RoHS CE TUV VDE High Efficiency IP65 200W Outdoor LED Flood Light
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This is a guide for dummies like myself.
First figure out exactly what you what your lights to do. The light’s I bought are the MIC sensitive and go along with the beat of your music. I got these from LEDGlow.com
In this video I connected mine to the cigarette lighter wire underneath the center console. Im also sorry about my narration it wouldnt let me upload the entire thing with my iphone so I had to narrate over it and send to my laptop in pieces. But anyways once you take the side panels off you should find a few wires taped together. Locate the green wire in there and losen it from the tape so its exposed to work on. Take one side of the Tap and clamp it on to the wire. YOU DONT NEED TO SPLICE THE WIRE!! the way the tap works is so you dont need to splice. With other taps im not sure but if you use the one in the video you do not need to do it. After you have clamped the green wire take your red wire to the LED Box and clamp it into the other side of the tap. Next take the black wire (your ground) and find the 10mm socket and loosen it till you can fit the ground wire behind it and then tighten over it. After that start your car to see if your lights turn on. They most likely should turn on. After you test and see that the lights are working its time to hide your wire. My advice here is do not use zip ties. Instead use electrical tape. The reason why I say this is because maybe one day you chose to move your wire or re arrange the lights and you go to cut a zip tie and then you cut a wire. Thats no good. So stick to the tap. You can use zip ties to keep your lights in place but most of the time things come in the package to hold your lights.
Like I said in the video if you need any help ask me. Im not the best when it comes to electrical stuff but for a dummy I figured it out.
But I wouldn’t of got it without some of the people over at camaro5.com
Earth, air, metal and water make light. This earth battery produces 12V and was an experiment on increasing the amps with only a serial series and strong electrolyte. Next step is to make smaller and find the right parallel/serial series to produce grunt.
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