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    Need a help with making turn signal lights

    I want to make a lights system with turn and stop signals.

    It's is my very first project and here is some documentation in the attachment.

    I need to choose a proper LEDs and drivers for it, where to buy and other advices.

    Could you help me?
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    Found one what looks like what i want:

    White LED

    If somebody is interested in such... non mounting-bike theme.
    I have folding Dahon-replica bike and using it for park riding (sometimes for ride across the town). May be it's useful for commuting. The main point is get a TRULY visible lights in maximum comfort and minimum weight.

    A lot of questions about power source, buttons, flasher circuit, LEDs, drivers... aahhh.. headache.

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    Sorry, how this can help me? :\

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    Quote Originally Posted by maaboo View Post
    Sorry, how this can help me? :\
    Easily, they make a product called "Bikesight" which is a controller for brake lights, indicators, front lights and I believe also horns. It's not the best website in the world, you need to email them to enquire about their products and purchase them but you asked where you could buy the stuff to make what you are looking for, that is the place to buy the controller for an all in one.

    www.cutter.com.au/index.php is where you can buy the LED's.
    dealextreme.com also sell LED's and I think possible indicators

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    Quote Originally Posted by emu26 View Post
    Easily, they make a product called "Bikesight" which is a controller for brake lights, indicators, front lights and I believe also horns. It's not the best website in the world, you need to email them to enquire about their products and purchase them but you asked where you could buy the stuff to make what you are looking for, that is the place to buy the controller for an all in one.

    www.cutter.com.au/index.php is where you can buy the LED's.
    dealextreme.com also sell LED's and I think possible indicators
    Yep. Thanks. May be i'll email them just need a bit more research.

    I can't select proper LEDs. Do i need amber leds with amber lenses, or amber leds with white lenses, or white leds with amber lenses?

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    Just found that i need amber led and amber lens to get more light. Is it right?

    And the LED: Rebel. I'm confused by a whole bunch of modifications (star, tristar, 10mm and more). Can somebody tell me if i selected the right LED and right model?

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