2 Flash patterns to choose from.
Mode 1: Causes your brake light(s) to automatically emit a visual alerting signal of 3-4 short light flashes, followed by 1 steady on light for 4 seconds. This signal automatically repeats itself as long as the brakes are applied.
Mode 2: Causes your brake light(s) to emit 5 quick flashes, followed by a steady on light as long as you are stopped/braking.
- Current Limit: 10 Amp Max per Output (up to 3 Standard Incandescent Bulbs/output)
- System Requirement: 12VDC(-)
- Attachment Method: Included Double Sided Adhesive Pad
- Height (in): 5/8" x 2 1/4" x 1 5/8"
- Wire Length: 5"-6"
- Material: Anodized Aluminum Case with Heat and Water Resistant Potting
- Wire: 16AWG - 20AWG
- Waterproof: No
- Water Resistant: Yes
- Heat and Vibration Resistant: Yes
To install, wire the BackOFF™ XP Brake Light Module in-line with your existing brake light wire. Locate your brake light wire and cut the wire into 2 (use a test light or multi-meter to find proper wire). Choose the mode you would like from the 2 available and connect the mode wire (red/white or white/red) to the wire leading to the rear of your bike, and connect the red wire from the module to the cut brake light wire leading toward the front of the bike. Tap the black wire from the module to a ground wire and read instructions below for the optional yellow wire. Finally peel the paper lining off of the double sided adhesive pad and mount the module to a clean, flat surface. (Be sure to cap off the unused mode wire)
Solder connections or use crimp connectors (not included)
Black wire: Ground
Red wire: Connect to brake light wire - leading forward (front of bike)
CHOOSE 1 MODE BELOW (CAP OFF UNUSED WIRE) Connect to brake light wire - leading back to the brake light (rear of bike)
Mode 1: White wire / Red stripe
Mode 2: Red wire / White stripe
Yellow wire: Motorcycle hazard flasher / Automotive flasher
Motorcycle: Connect to on/off fused switch and your battery for continuous hazard flashers when switch is on
Automobile: Tap wire to vehicles reverse light wire, causing center brake light to flash when in reverse