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The PIAA 1100LED takes its cues from its famous predecessor the 1100X. The 1100LED is designed to give supreme LED performance and still fit into the same mounting locations and on the same brackets as the 1100X. The 1100LED features computer controlled Pulse Width Modulation (PMW) providing thermal protection allowing its high performance LED’s to perform to their maximum potential. Conspicuity and night time visibility is enhanced by a color temperature of 6300K. From the machined die-cast aluminum housing to the computer designed cooling fins and 4mm high-impact lens, only the highest quality workmanship and materials go into the 1100LED. Light output of the 1100LED is similar to the 1100X giving off a symmetrical pattern so a rider won’t lose visibility when leaning into a turn.
Three 4W LEDs, 6300K
CNC machined die-cast aluminum housing and computer designed cooling fins
Fantastic lights - low amp draw - LOVE 'M!
These light LOOK fantastic with the black/chrome theme of my ride. Low amp draw. Fantastic light pattern in day and night!
Adds an incredible triangle pattern (conspiquity) for drivers to SEE me! At night, the pure-white patter really illuminates the roadway.
Great buy. Great look.
July 15, 2014
Great Visibility, Low Power Consumption & Easy Install
I've had these PIAA 1100 LED installed for two years now. I can tell you they are BRIGHT and everyone sees me on the road. Isn't it what we want? When I catch up with someone on the road, with these PIAA 1100 LED, people now move over. I feel a lot safer with these lights installed. They are directly under my mirrors using a bracket sold by a competitor. With this bracket the installation is so simple, no need for relay as they consume so little, 12W per unit! Revzilla has them at a great price. Wish I would have known about Revzilla two years ago.
2012 Black Kawasaki Concours 14ABS
June 23, 2014
Great white light
This is for a 213Triumph Bonneville, mounted on the crash bars. Instructions are good. The light in daylight is much brighter than my headlight.
May 26, 2014
A great small driving light that only cost 24 watts a pair
I've got these installed on my 650 beemer ADV bike. they are small and out of the way. The beam is narrow and very even. because the LEDS are aimed rearward at a reflector the light has no dark spots. the lens glass is really thick and I doubt they would break. I bought mine through a major online retail site and they took for ever to arrive. i wish i had bought them from Revzilla because I would of had them much sooner. These lights would be great for a smaller dual sport or enduro. tghe color of the light is very white. I have mine aimed a bit low and wide at the moment and I am not getting flashed by cars. They light up roadside deer very well. the included harnesses are really long and it was a pain bundling them up and trying to hide the excess. I think next summer I will cut all the wires down to make it a neater install. I used PIAA's model specific mounting bracket and it fit perfectly.
October 12, 2012
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Xian F:LED lamps are not dimmable in a traditional sense. A Pulse Wave Modulator (PCM) controller can give the appearance of dimming by flickering the light so fast that the human eye cannot perceive, much like a movie that runs at 24 frames per second looks fluid. The PCM controller varies the "time on" vs "time off" to give the overall appearance that the lamp is dimmed. In reality its just spending more time off than on, but it happens so fast that it looks dimmed.Oct 15, 2013
Filip L:They do not come with a dimmer switch, so I cannot comment on that function. The included switch is a simple on/off switch. When running during the day, I have not had anyone flashing their high beams at me to let me know they are blinding. When you get these on the bike, make sure you take the time to adjust them properly, and you should be fine. I am able to use them at night and have not had any oncoming traffic signal that I am blinding them.Sep 5, 2013
A s:I read about LED lights on several blog sites, no one mentioned a dimmer switch. It may be difficult to find a dimmer switch with enough sensitivity to work as LED's are very low power draw. Anyway I mounted mine with on/off switch, have had no cars flashing me and I run them on all the time, they also light up the road well at night. (takes a little playing to get aimed correctly)_ Some guys were wiring into their high beam circuit..Aug 29, 2013
Xian F:LED dimmers are totally available...poke around the internet. They are from $50.00 and up, designed specifically for motorcycles. They are usually wired into the low beam of the bike and will dim to about 80% brightness. Then simply hit the high beam and then everything goes to full power.Oct 19, 2013
A s:A relay was included with the kit I got. Used it along with the wiring harness and on/off switch (also included) went to a fuse block to battery with # 12 wire. No problems and works great.Oct 17, 2013
RevZilla:The PIAA 1100 auxiliary lights are affixed to a flat surface by way of a single 10x16mm button-head Allen bolt and accompanying lock washer and nut. There is a small bracket (shown in picture) to adjust the angle of the beam.Sep 6, 2012