150mm x 100mm LED Stop Tail and Indicator Light – 12v
150mm x 100mm trailer led stoplight. 4 Stop LED’s 4 Indicator LED’s Reflector. Submersible to 1 meter. Simple to fit.
Trailer LED Light Key Features
- 4 Stop LED’s
- 4 Indicator LED’s
- 10cm x 10cm
- Submersible to 1 meter
150mm Trailer LED advantages
- Longer life span than incandescent lamp bulbs.
- Lower wattage use than older bulbs.
- LED lights have multiple lights. An outage of a single bulb does not prevent dispersal of light.
More information on LED’s Tail Lamps
LED is the acronym for a Light Emitting Diode. As a result of current passing through a diode, light is emitted.
The trailer used coloured lenses to cover white-emitting diodes. A broken light lens means the entire lamp needs replacing.
Replacement lenses for incandescent lights or lamps are almost impossible to find.
Associated lighting equipment
- 100mm x 100mm LED Combination Tail LED Lamps
- LED Number or License Plate Lamps
- LED Side Market Lamps
- Reflectors for Trailers and Caravans
- VIN Plate for Trailers
Installing an ECU to bypass the vehicle computer fixes flickering indicator light problems.
Quite often installing new lights causes the tow vehicle to flicker. Flickering is a serious problem as the onboard computer will be reporting the problem to your dash.
The onboard computer is measuring resistance, wattage and voltage drop to the newly installed lamps. It is quite likely the new lamps fall outside the computer specifications.
The best remedy, used by many tow bar installers, is to install a new ECU (electronic control unit) to control the LED light kit.
In 100% of cases, installing the ECU fixes problems with the vehicles flickering lights.
Couplemate Trailer Parts sells only the best quality 150mm LED Lamps – Stop, Tail and Indicator and caravan spare parts throughout Australia.
Customers are welcome to either pickup or take advantage of our low freight rates. Express shipping to Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Darwin, and Hobart.
We also ship products to New Zealand via Australia Post Air Express.
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