I bought these at a local auto parts store. They came with a button for the store demonstration mode. I removed that and added a toggle switch for continuous operation.
There are six LED's on each strip and, when on, are quite bright. But, if that's too much the can be cut in the middle of the strip for 3 working lights.
The toggle doesn't look the greatest they way it's mounted now but it does work. I'll be trying to make it look a little better. That's just for aesthetic appearances though.
I'll be heading back to the same place to get red for the rear and make an attempt at adding a flasher to those.
Since these are currently operating on a small stack of watch batteries in a small box I am going to try a 9-volt when those wear down. That SHOULD be enough voltage to operate and still be bright enough to make a difference.
These are a lot cheaper than some of the stuff I have seen on Ebay and around the net. Only about 14 bucks for the whole thing.
Anyone else try this? Also, suggestions are more than welcome!!!!
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