Sequential Integrated LED Tail Lights for Motorcycles Custom LED

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Sequential Integrated LED Tail for Motorcycles

Custom LED occasionally is if our Blaster-X Line of High-Performance LED Tail Lights have Turn Signals or not.  For of you who are wondering what an Integrated LED Light looks like Sequential Turn Signals, are two illustrations below.

Custom LED has to NOT incorporate Sequential Turn into our Blaster-X Integrated LED Lights because we believe Turn Signals are LESS and effective than standard Signal Integration.

You may think Sequential Turn Signals are perceptible than Non-Sequential, but our has concluded otherwise.  If you would to read about the summary of our please read on.

Admittedly, Sequential Turn seem like a good on paper.  There have cars on the road with turn signals from the — so it must be effective,  Well, when it comes to tail lights, and Integrated LED Lights for that matter, it is LESS effective to have turn signals based on our

 Keep in mind, a motorcycle light is often less 6 inches wide.

To illustrate the effectiveness of Sequential VS Non-Sequential Lights for motorcycles, we can use some illustrations.  If you look at the illustration on the you can see a simple representation of a Sequential LED Tail Light on the top, and a Integrated LED Tail Light on the  Let’s call this a from 1 foot distance the motorcycle tail light.

this is a view of the tail with your eyes immediately behind the motorcycle.

In this illustration, it seems the Sequential Integrated LED Tail is effective in properly indicating a signal and the direction to the right. hard to consider it being any than the Non-Sequential tail however.  It’s a draw on personal preference, and not necessarily  In other words, there may be a factor but not necessarily an increase in

Now, if we push back illustration as if the tail light is 20 away as is shown on the right, you to see the advantage of the standard Non-Sequentail LED Tail Light over the Integrated LED Tail Light.  At distance, it’s already to see the yellow portion of the tail because of the size.  To put it in perspective, 20 is less than safe distance at 25mph.

 Imagine what 100 feet look like for highway

The Sequential version produces a increase in yellow light to the turn, whereas the Non-Sequential produces a sudden burst of light to indicate the turn. you configure your brake to slowly increase in brightness you hit the brakes?  Or would you want brake light to dramatically brightness at the onset of brake

 The answer is clearly you would want a sudden in brightness, which is what the attention of the observer(s).  So why would you a gradual increase in brightness for turn signals then?

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