Extra Bright LED board for Original Equipment Britax PMG lamps installed on Caterham and Westfield cars
Red / Amber Stop, Tail and Indicator LED board
Fits Original Equipment Britax PMG lamps installed on Caterham and Westfield cars
12V negative earth
PRICE IS per PAIR OF BOARDS
Replaces steel backplate in Original Equipment Britax PMG lamps installed on Caterham and Westfield cars
- 12V negative earth Indicator and stop / tail
- Considerably brighter than standard lamps
- 8 x 1.0 Watt Amber LED for Indicator
- 5 x 1.0 Watt Red LED for Stop / Tail
- Stop lamps under driven for tail light
- Aluminium circuit board for heat dissipation
- Reacts faster than an incandescent bulb. (LEDs reach full brightness almost instantaneously, Incandescent bulbs can take 1/5 second)
- Current limiting circuit protects LEDs against over voltage
- More than 100g lighter than the original
- Significantly brighter than the original
- Water clear LEDs for a clean look with clear lenses
- Stainless Steel Lens screws to replace plated originals
Fits original mounting holes
Fits into original lens and trim and will require some dismantling of the original lamp, we have been careful to design the board so that no modifications to the original wiring / lenses or rubber mount are required. We no longer fit bullet connectors to these lamps as 99% of customers cut them off to suit their own loom.
DOES NOT INCLUDE LAMP UNIT / LENS or SEAL
The units are built onto aluminium circuit boards to dissipate the extra heat generated by all those LEDs!
Fitting LED lights will affect the flash speed of older bimetal flasher relays. Optional extras on this listing are hybrid flasher relays to correct this problem** They will flash at the correct speed with any combination of bulbs and LEDs. A hybrid flasher with built in buzzer is available also. OEM Flashers are two pin, the Hybrid flasher is three pin, requiring an Earth (ground) connection. For your convenience, we offer a black lead with suitable connectors as an optional extra.
we do not expect the LEDs to fail, but it would be stupid to ignore the possibility so we are making a set of two of each colour available to put in a drawer and forget.
The hybrid flasher units also have a lower voltage drop than the old bimetal flashers. The lamps are at the limit of what we can squeeze out of a running engine with a charged battery so full brightness is achieved when the system voltage is at least 13.8 Volts, preferably 14.1 ( alternator charging voltage) less is lost through a hybrid flasher than through a bimetel flasher so for maximum brightness go for the hybrid flasher. with a low shunt value.