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Old 09-08-2013, 11:31 PM   #1
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Help from any LED guys

Ok here is what I "want to do" but not sure how to do it or if it can be done? I have these led lights and with some work they will fit the JK. So I want to know if there is any way I can do some work to them to 1: make them a high and low beam light? and 2: If yes how do I do it? These lights are 3,570 lumens hints why I need a low beam out of them also lol.


Also if there is anyone that makes custom LED or HID lights for jeeps please send me a PM I can bring the two of us some business.
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Without seeing the wiring schematic its difficult to say, but you could turn on some of them with the low beam and others with the high beam. Another possibility is just to adjust the intensity of the LEDs for high and low beams.

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Wow nothing yet I figured I would have got a few responses over this one guess it is late.
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Without seeing the wiring schematic its difficult to say, but you could turn on some of them with the low beam and others with the high beam. Another possibility is just to adjust the intensity of the LEDs for high and low beams.

Can you explain a little more on this there is only a pos and neg running out the back. I know if I open them up there will be a lot more running each led but I am not sure how to do the break down to make it a high and low beam.
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That would indicate that they are all on at the same time at the same intensity. Not sure if dimming the light would change it from a high to low beam vs turning on or off different sections of the LED's. But you could employ a micro controller to try the dimming and or turning on or off different sections. For the latter you would have to open the light and the rewire the circuitry.
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Without seeing the wiring schematic its difficult to say, but you could turn on some of them with the low beam and others with the high beam. Another possibility is just to adjust the intensity of the LEDs for high and low beams.
There is more to high/low beam than intensity. The focus point is different.
They might make good auxillary lights. Doubt they would be a legal headlight.

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