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Motorcycle Solid-state "Relay" Kit for Low & High beams
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Horns & Accessories
Solid-state "Relay" Kit
Similar to picture above except
single input control wire for your switch and output +/- wires 15 amps
max - no bulb connector
info about headlights & relays
Advantages & Features:
- Brighter headlight.
Stock & after-market bulbs are brighter because the full battery
voltage reaches the bulb.* Allows use of higher wattage bulbs without fear of overload - a fried
wiring harness is expensive to replace. A must have to use with
additional headlights. There are solid-state "relays" for both
the high and low beams.
- Protects switchgear. Your
bike's existing light switch will now only carry milliamps to
control the solid-state "relay" kit doing the heavy
lifting carrying many amps. Your switchgear may last forever.
- EZ install & very small.
Plug-in kit with no wire cutting. Quick disconnect wire terminals
on module for battery supply enabling easier install. Amazingly small solid-state
"relay" module. See quarter.
- All solid-state. Heavy duty
solid-state module components give higher reliability and
durability than older mechanical relays. Solid-state uses less
power and does not cause arcing which degrades parts. Faster
- High amps. Heavy duty 15 or
15 amps rating. That's a lot of power! Requires 12 volts DC.
- Single or dual headlights.
A kit is available for H1, H3, H4, or H7 single or dual
headlights. The solid-state relay is a must have when using
additional headlights to avoid frying the factory wiring harness.
- Horn or siren. Universal
kit will be available for auxiliary accessories.
- Existing headlight modulator. Just
connect your existing headlight modulator's input into the kit's
- All-in-one. Different kit available
with a headlight modulator and solid-state "relay"
functions in one module. All-in-one description here.
- Twelve month limited warranty.
Note: the solid-state "relay" kit outputs will be OFF if
the high and low beam kit inputs are ON (+12 VDC) at the same
can be as much as 1.5 volts difference between factory wiring and
solid-state "relay" kit. The brightness is significantly noticeable on 12 volt
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employees, principals, representatives, agents, or affiliates do not
themselves install the equipment manufactured by them or sold through
them to a buyer, the buyer agrees to use the purchased equipment at their own risk and to hold the seller and manufacturer
of said equipment
not responsible for any damages or liabilities which might result from
the equipment's use or misuse. User of this equipment must always
check it for proper operation before operating any vehicle. The infrmxxxation
is subject to change and is our best effort to be accurate. We're
human so mistakes are possible. Let us know should you find an error.
Picture is representative of item and
actual item may vary. E.g., male quick disconnects may be replaced by
a male H4 plug.
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