Axixtech TRI LED HAW's

zack A

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May 24, 2010
379
NC
Got a quick question about the TRI system. What happens if you take away the "flasher" unit and connect the LED's to a diffrent flasher unit say a ULF44?


-Zack
 

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May 20, 2010
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Good question.


Let us know how it works out for ya.. :p I've never tried it.. but I would suggest double checking the output voltage on the original Axixtech TRI Flasher- make sure its putting out 12 volts, and not something much lower..
 

zack A

Member
May 24, 2010
379
NC
unlisted said:
Good question.


Let us know how it works out for ya.. :p I've never tried it.. but I would suggest double checking the output voltage on the original Axixtech TRI Flasher- make sure its putting out 12 volts, and not something much lower..


HAHA, I'll check it later. Basically I have TRI's up front, SOS in the rear and I am about to put in a dashlight, 4 pimp pods, and 2 TIR3's and wanted them synced up. If not o well figured i'd ask.
 
May 24, 2010
1,627
PG County, MD
code60a said:
The hide a ways require the driver. I believe they run lower than 12 volts, so if you connect them to a 12 volt flash you could end up frying them.

The TRI HAL tubes themselves require 28 Volts DC to run. If you would like to verify this yourself, put the controller in steady burn for either one light or both and then measure the voltage from the controller to the light head.


So the ULF44 or any other LED flasher does not have enough voltage drive for the HALs.
 

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