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ED0010 Series Concealed Warning LED

ED0010 1500p
ED0010 Complete 1500p
ED0010 1500p
ED0010 Complete 1500p

The Hide-A-LEDTM Bullet is a concealed LED warning light that features two high intensity 3-watt LEDs to deliver an exceptionally bright warning signal. Available with 18mm shaft length, the Bullet is designed to allow quick and easy installation in any headlight or tail light casing. Requiring only a single 13mm hole, the Bullet’s shape overcomes the problem of difficult installation in the highly compact, double-wall design of modern vehicle light casings. In addition, the Bullet is self-adhesive and requires no mounting hardware (can also be secured with screws). The unit features 12/24 VDC operation, 16 flash patterns, the ability to synchronise with additional units, and an included 2.7M cable.

Features and Benefits

  • Two 3-watt high-intensity LEDs provide exceptional warning
  • 16 flash patterns including single, double, triple, quad, deci and cycle all
  • Synchronisable (simultaneous or alternating operation)
  • Quick and easy 13mm hole installation
  • Self-adhesive peel-and-stick mounting (can be secured with screws)
  • In-line waterproof driver module eliminates the need for a remote power supply
  • Nickel-plated aluminium housing and 2.7M cable
  • IP67, R10

Alternating/Simultaneous Flash Selection

The yellow wire on each LED head is used to determine alternating or simultaneous operation with other heads in the system that are connected using the blue wire. The yellow wire has no function when ‘Steady On’ flash pattern is selected.

  • Connect the YELLOW wire to either POWER or GROUND
  • Heads with YELLOW connected to POWER fire SIMULTANEOUSLY with other heads connected to POWER
  • Heads with YELLOW connected to GROUND fire SIMULTANEOUSLY with other heads connected to GROUND
  • Heads with YELLOW connected to POWER fire ALTERNATELY with other heads connected to GROUND

Note: The blue wires of all LED heads must be connected together for the alternating/simultaneous function to operate.