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PostSubject: Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play   Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play I_icon_minitimeThu Mar 17, 2011 9:50 am

Hi Guys,

Was wondering if any one would be interested in a Plug & Play power tap pigtail for the connection of LOW voltage draw LED lights or powering GPS hardwire power cables or anything else you might want to install that needs switchable 12V and a ground.

This pigtail would just plug into your Honda Headlight connector and provide 12V voltage and a Ground wire preventing damage to your expensive Honda Harness.

Picture to follow.. cheers

$32.00 and free shipping.

Thread to GPS hardwire power cables on EBay:

http://shop.ebay.com/?_from=R40&_trksid=p3984.m570.l1313&_nkw=hardwire+Cable+gps&_sacat=See-All-Categories
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PostSubject: Re: Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play   Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play I_icon_minitimeThu Mar 17, 2011 12:37 pm

Dennis, I will interested as I plan to run a Gps later.
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PostSubject: Re: Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play   Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play I_icon_minitimeThu Mar 17, 2011 1:32 pm

A great spot for the GPS hardwire power cable box is: Remove the right glove box and put your hand in at the top. You will feel a est. 2" flat spot just under the lowest dash vent. I installed using velcro. Installed one in that location on Gary's scooter and it worked out realy nice and then ran the GPS power cable (mini USB end) through the streering neck hole and up to the GPS unit. Extra power cable was coiled and secured with a nylon zip tie. Make sure you leave some play for when the handlebars are turned.
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PostSubject: Re: Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play   Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play I_icon_minitimeFri Mar 18, 2011 7:00 am

Dennis, would your proposed new connector be up to powering marker-lights (not fog- or spot-lights) installed on your light-bar?
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PostSubject: Re: Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play   Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play I_icon_minitimeFri Mar 18, 2011 8:19 am

Hi Mike,

Good morning. The lead that would be available with the new headlight connector would do a great job of powering any low currant drawing devices such as LED marker lights, GPS power, LED emergency flashing systems or those new low draw, and low wattage LED driving lights.

What I have powered from mine is a front fender LED marker light, My Lowrance GPS, Emergency flashing system, the light in my Compass, Temperature meter, and a system voltage monitoring meter. All draw very little power from the head light.

Dang, that's allot of stuff...but that is what I have hooked up, all low draw electrical equipment and devices and there is NO headlight dimming. sunny

By the way...Here's a very cool little Fused terminal connecting block I looked at on EBay: http://cgi.ebay.com/503SI03E-FUSED-TERMINAL-BLOCK-3-Positions-/370104034772?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item562beb65d4
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PostSubject: Re: Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play   Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play I_icon_minitimeFri Mar 18, 2011 10:55 am

Hello Dennis,
Thanks for the information.

I shall have to get my act together and draw up a list.

I don't think I really need extra driving lights as such but anything to make me more visible will be of benefit, hence marker-lights.

Low draw, and low wattage LED driving lights sound interesting - I'll investigate.
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PostSubject: Re: Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play   Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play I_icon_minitimeFri Mar 18, 2011 6:00 pm

Dennis, Let me know when you will have such an item available...billc.
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PostSubject: Re: Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play   Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play I_icon_minitimeSat Mar 19, 2011 4:14 pm

OK, Now a picture. I installed bullet Insulated terminals on the lead wire ends. If you require any other type of connector and the cost is within reason, just let me know.

RED is the HOT Lead wire.
GREEN is the Ground lead wire.

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PostSubject: Re: Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play   Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play I_icon_minitimeSun Mar 20, 2011 12:39 pm

DennisB,

Nice work.

This is ideal for accessories to be on a switched power source since you will be tapping into the low beam. It will also use the same relay.

Low powered accessories are key. You do not want to overload the wiring or circuit.

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PostSubject: Re: Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play   Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play I_icon_minitimeSun Mar 20, 2011 6:49 pm

Hi All,

The Headlight Power Tap Pigtail is now for sale if anyone wants one. It's very easy to install, just remove the window garnish and plug it in to the Honda Harness.

Any one interesed can contact me at dennis.berney@gmail.com or just send me a PM through this forum.

Again...Thank You for your support. sunny
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PostSubject: Re: Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play   Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play I_icon_minitimeSun Mar 20, 2011 8:09 pm

Dennis,

I like this and am going to order one from you but I have a couple of questions.

1) Which connectors do you wire into the power outlet that I plug my gps into. I would like to install a power outlet just for my GPS since it is low voltage, or amperage.

2) What do you think would be the highest draw that can be used from the headlight? I guess I could read my manual but was wondering what amperage is the headlight circuit and what is being drawn off of it with a stock setup? Would it be possible to plug in a low voltage heated vest? I have seen some lower voltage vests that are in the 35 w range, not the 65w to 100w range. Thanks.
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PostSubject: Re: Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play   Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play I_icon_minitimeSun Mar 20, 2011 8:54 pm

Hi Jeff,

If you just plug your GPS's cigarette lighter plug into the power outlet, you should be OK.

Does your GPS require 5V? If your GPS can be connected and charged by your PC through a mini USB, 4 pin, plug then your GPS will require a device to drop your voltage from 12Vdc down to 5Vdc. That Hardwire GPS Power cable does that and it leaves the big 12V power outlets for high amp draw connection off the battery.

I think the maximum additional amperage draw off the head light wire would be 5-7 amps total. Any more then that and you would start to blow fuses.
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PostSubject: Re: Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play   Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play I_icon_minitimeSun Mar 20, 2011 9:11 pm

Depending on the scooters 12v system and the type bulb you have installed. Makes a difference.

Remember, the Silverwings charging system puts about 14vdc out there for use.

Dividing the wattage of the bulb by the voltage of the system gives the current drawn in Amperes.
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Dennis & Terry,

Thanks for the info.

Dennis,

I will be ordering one this week from you and will use a cigarette lighter in it but just plug in the gps or maybe some over very low voltage devise in it. I was just curious about the heated vest since I have a pretty cool battery vest but out here in the bay area it doesn't really get cold. I bet you wish you were still out here at times Dennis. In the winter that is. Will it be obvious where to plug this into at the headlights? Thanks.
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PostSubject: Re: Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play   Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play I_icon_minitimeSun Mar 20, 2011 11:32 pm

BB, It plugs into the main harness for the front fairing. That big plug that a person needs to disconnect when the front fairing is removed. It's located right in front and top so it's easy to get to.
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PostSubject: Re: Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play   Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play I_icon_minitimeMon Mar 21, 2011 8:41 am

Dennis, would this adapter be sufficient to power 2 lights on your light bar from the low beam connection? IF so, what is the max. wattage of those 2 lights to make this work. billc.
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billc. wrote:
would this adapter be sufficient to power 2 lights on your light bar from the low beam connection? IF so, what is the max. wattage of those 2 lights to make this work. billc.

BB calculated 60 watts ( https://www.silverwing600.com/t2858-head-light-connector-pigtail-plug-play#25773 )

Here are some LED lights which are 22 watts each for a total of 48 watts with two lights.

http://stores.intuitwebsites.com/hstrial-QualiRegResou/-strse-2/Model-44-LED-off/Detail.bok

Here is a picture of a single LED light

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.Wow, those are bright, maybe too bright for 'general' use. I checked the web site and they are out of stock. Maybe Walmart may have something a little less bright and at a good price. $125 each is more than I would like to pay. thanks billc.
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PostSubject: Re: Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play   Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play I_icon_minitimeMon Mar 21, 2011 10:06 am

Standard 50 or 55 watt Optronics bulbs would not work well with this pigtail. Just to much draw off the head light wire. A person would be replacing 15 amp fuses left and right.

Hi Bill, Looks like they only draw 1.8 amps a piece 3.6 total, That would work well.

BillC, I believe ehaughn (Erick) showed us another LED bulb he tested. Was in a MR16 configuration and so it would fit into the chrome Optronics housings. When I think back, they were only 6 watts each. I was thinking of going that way myself.

Found them: http://www.superbrightleds.com/cgi-bin/store/index.cgi?action=DispPage&Page2Disp=%2Fspecs%2FMR16-W6W.htm
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As soon as I can do it, I want one of these!
It looks to be the perfect solution for powering HotGripsĀ® heated hand grips.

Dennis, do you do any other bike connectors?


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Hi Buickguy,

Yes, I make a bunch of different connectors. My first one was a little device called "the Perect Connector" for hooking up triler lights. Then the "Rear Brake Flasher Connector" Plug and Play, for a safe, easy, and fast way to install a brake flasher unit. Then there is the "Admore-Silverwing Perfect Connector" all the lead wire colors match the Admore accessories lights so hooking up the lights is easy, safe, and fast.

The BIG thing about my connectors is a person will NOT need to harm the Honda wiring harness by cutting, poking holes, or soldering.
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The reason I ask is I am rather active with a Honda Rebel group.
One of the popular modifications is LED turn signals. Aside from needing an electronic flasher, it order to get the dash light to work one has to install two diodes and ground the opposite lead for the indicator.
On the first generation Rebel, its simple bullet connectors and an easy thing.
The second generation Rebel uses a multi connector requiring some cutting of the harness. A nice plug and play option might go over fairly well.
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Hi Buickguy,

Can you scan in the wiring schematic for the Honda Rebel and send it to me so I can take a look at what's going on.
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Sure thing. I have several schematics on my hard drive.

I can also send off a copy of my modified schematic to reflect the wiring changes I have done.

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Thank You, please send to dennis.berney@gmail.com sunny
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Oops,

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PostSubject: Re: Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play   Head Light Connector, Pigtail - Plug & Play I_icon_minitimeSat Jan 14, 2012 12:44 am

Dennis, very nice job on this headlight connector. I installed my grip heaterz today, and everything fired up just the way it was supposed to.
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Hi Dave,

You are most welcome. sunny
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