Carbide Working with Soundoff M Power And Other Questions

movi3king

Member
Hi hope all is well. I was wondering if anyone knew if A Whelen Carbide will work with Soundoff M Power Lights.
My application is a Tricolor M Power that i would like steady burn across all colors as well as warning combinations.

I also was wondering if other LED's that are not neccessarily warning equipment would require an external flasher or if the Carbide can flash those LED's as well. Lights i am referring to are Rigid Industries D2 Driving Lights that i do use on steady burn but would like an option to flash. Rigid Industries does sell a flasher for these lights, i was wondering if it would be needed.

Thats all my questions for now.
Thank you in advance for all your responses!

Cheers!
 

coopers

Member
Hi hope all is well. I was wondering if anyone knew if A Whelen Carbide will work with Soundoff M Power Lights.
My application is a Tricolor M Power that i would like steady burn across all colors as well as warning combinations.

I also was wondering if other LED's that are not neccessarily warning equipment would require an external flasher or if the Carbide can flash those LED's as well. Lights i am referring to are Rigid Industries D2 Driving Lights that i do use on steady burn but would like an option to flash. Rigid Industries does sell a flasher for these lights, i was wondering if it would be needed.

Thats all my questions for now.
Thank you in advance for all your responses!

Cheers!
If I remember correctly SOS lights will not work with Whelen Carbide...I thought I had seen otherwise but when I asked I was told no.
 

jmarino

New Member
Hi hope all is well. I was wondering if anyone knew if A Whelen Carbide will work with Soundoff M Power Lights.
My application is a Tricolor M Power that i would like steady burn across all colors as well as warning combinations.

I also was wondering if other LED's that are not neccessarily warning equipment would require an external flasher or if the Carbide can flash those LED's as well. Lights i am referring to are Rigid Industries D2 Driving Lights that i do use on steady burn but would like an option to flash. Rigid Industries does sell a flasher for these lights, i was wondering if it would be needed.

Thats all my questions for now.
Thank you in advance for all your responses!

Cheers!
Just ground the green wires. Set the pattern to steady, and you will be able to set any pattern with the carbide
 

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