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Old 04-12-2015, 10:02 AM   #1
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Default LED light bar (wattage)

Hey guy, I was planning on putting a LED light bar on my cart, but noticed there is a bunch of different wattages/powers? I've seen the power sources range from 36W - 300W (120W being the mot common). Just wondering if these will hook up to the battery with no problem and if anyone knows the difference? Thanks
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Old 04-12-2015, 11:02 AM   #2
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Default Re: LED light bar (wattage)

What battery are you going to hook up to? Most of these light bars are 12V. a 120W 12V bar will draw 10 amps at 12V. You have to use the light bar's intended input voltage!
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Old 04-12-2015, 11:28 AM   #3
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Default Re: LED light bar (wattage)

I run LED bars on all my carts and generally install them on carts I sell, too - if the cart is going to see a lot of offroad use I try to go with the 180w- 60X3W (30 inch) CREE combo bars, or on street carts I go with the 120W - 12X10W Cree Combo bars. With that type of wattage draw it's important to NOT just direct-wire them to a switch, spend the extra $8 and wire them to a relay.

The bars that use the 10W CREE XML Emitters are a lot more efficient than the ones that use the 3W CREE or Edison LED's meaning You'll get a lot more light per watt (they of course are more expensive, too) - stay away from a lot of the LED "Kits" out there, most of them use the 1W emitters and they just don't penetrate or provide light like the 3 or 10W-based light bars do.
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