Cool new feature! With a flip of a switch you can choose whether this light emits white light or amber light! This is done with dual LEDs, not color changing LEDs, so you get all the brightness of a standard light bar. CREE LEDs. Does not come with a wire harness or a 3 ways switch. When wiring, ensure you do not run both Amber and Clear at the same time, use a 3 position switch.
- 80 3 Watt CREE LED Chips for a total of 240 Watts
- Massive Finned Aluminum Heat Sink With Radius Bend
- Versatile Mounts with Stainless Steel Hardware
- IP 67 Waterproof Rating
- Spot Reflectors still spread light due to Radius Bend
- 16000 Lumens
- Operating Voltage 10-30v DC
- Lighted Surface is approximately 40"
- Tab Mount width (body without brackets) is 42"
- Full width including bracket feet is 44 3/4"
- Body height is 3 1/4" (SNAP ON COVERS DO NOT FIT THIS MODEL)
- Total Height Light bar plus brackets (with brackets facing down) 4 1/2"
- Body depth is 3 1/2"
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This is far from my 1st purchase from M4. The customer service is great with incredible products. This light bar with the amber/white lights is incredible. The white light is extremely bright and lights up the darkest of nights while the amber is great for dusty conditions.
I picked up this radius light bar on a Black Friday sale, and finally got the weather to cooperate for an installation.
The bar arrived very well packed in foam, with an inner box protected by an outer box. The fit and finish of the bar is very good, no weird milling defects in the aluminum or screws either not seated or with stripped out heads (and there's lots of screws!)
The white light it gives off isn't too garish, it's a decent white. As far as white LEDs go, it's not super blue. The amber light is a true amber, not orange, not yellow. The amber is not as powerful as the white, but that's OK. At least for my application, I will be using amber most of the time, for driving in whiteout snow or blinding rain. I'll save the white for those times I'm down a 2-track after dark.
Wiring was super easy. You have black ground and two "hot" leads, red is white and blue is amber. Rather than install an aftermarket 3-way switch in my new truck (17 Ram 2500), I used the factory upfitter switches. To prevent both colors from being on at the same time, amber is wired through a standard automotive relay using the normally closed terminals (30 and 87a). The switch for white also powers up the relay, disconnecting the power to the amber leds. I used upfitter switches 1 and 2, configuring them for ignition power and latching.