Under-Glow LED Strip Add-On for Cars
This LED light kit is an ADD-ON. It requires the purchase of either the Boogey Lights® RGB Multi-Color UNDER-GLOW Car light kit or the Single Color UNDER-GLOW Car light kit which are sold separately. This ADD-ON strip is available in either RGB Multi-Color or Single-Color to match the base Under-Glow Car Light Kit. The ADD-ON LED strips are typically used to light up the rear, front or even grill area of cars. The Add-On strip is your choice of 2', 3' or 4' long and includes your choice of 10', 15', 20' and 25' power lead. 3M promoter is NOT included. 3M promoter is NOT included.
These LED strips are designed to be used on vehicles that operate on paved surfaces. They are not designed for off-road use. Crushed or broken LEDs are not covered under warranty. While Boogey Lights® Hi-Intensity LED strips are made for motorsports applications, they will likely not survive a direct strike from a hard object. If you are concerned the LED strips might be hit by road debris due to their mounting location we recommend using our Heavy Duty LED Strips which are better able to survive a direct strike from road debris.
Important Note on Single Color Purple LEDs. Purple LEDs are really UV. They are not nearly as bright as the other colors. Some people like the soft purple look but if you're looking for a color that is realy bright and bold, purple is not the color for you.
All Boogey Lights® controllers and LED lights operate on 12vdc.
Note: All Boogey Lights® LED strips are COMMON CATHODE LEDS. They share a common ground and will only work with positively switched controllers. Most LED strips on the market today are COMMON ANODE because the controller technology used to power them is less expensive to manufacture. However they're not nearly as bright and are an overall inferior design when compared with COMMON CATHODE LEDs.
Note: Boogey Lights® LED strips are not intended to be used while driving on public roads and highways. While some states allow the use of LED accent lighting while driving, other states don't. Some only allow the use of specific colors. Be sure to check your local laws and regulations.