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RichLec 01-20-2013 06:56 PM

Night stalker fx led lights
 
Has anyone heard of these lights? I have a set of green ones that have never been used and was looking the website up www.nightstalkerfx.com and it is down. I don't know if I have a use for them, have had them for years but never opened or installed them... I guess I am looking to see if I should sell them or try to find a use for them..

Rich

JasperOffroad 01-20-2013 07:00 PM

Wow. I did not expect to see this here.

nightstalkerfx, as far as I know, is out of business. I actually helped in a little bit of the production and development of those lights.

They are fantastic units, very bright and durable. Do you have the directions to them? They are dimmable and depending on what model they can also strobe. I don't know what they would be worth on the current market so if you can find a use for them, they would be great. They were very expensive units when new. Being green limits your options a bit but possible use them as rock lights or fancy street racer underlighting.

RichLec 01-20-2013 07:04 PM

I have all the directions. Original box with a small coffee stain lol.. Dimmable, I will have to look into that. I didn't know if maybe there was a way to change the color at all.. That would make these more useful to me..

JasperOffroad 01-20-2013 07:07 PM

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Originally Posted by RichLec (Post 6308734)
I have all the directions. Original box with a small coffee stain lol.. Dimmable, I will have to look into that. I didn't know if maybe there was a way to change the color at all.. That would make these more useful to me..

If I am remembering correctly, the LED itself is a green CREE unit. If the lens is clear, it is a green LED and you can not change the color. Everything is potted and sealed together in there. If it is just the lens that is green, you can just get a new lens made. It is simple PC or plexiglass. You can use a hole saw to get the correct diameter and then drill out and countersink the fastening screws. There is a rubber o-ring in there that seals the lens to the body, preventing water ingress. All of this is probably useless though, since I think it is the actual LED that is colored.

RichLec 01-20-2013 07:11 PM

Yeah I think the lens is clear. I'll have to grab he box and take a harder look and think if I can use these. I know when I first bought them I had a show truck but never got around o putting them in. They were slated for foot well lights..

Rich


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