Professional installation is highly recommended. Modifications or damage to the product while installing is not covered under warranty and will void the return/exchange/warranty of the item.

NOTE: Be advised that the product is designed to be installed on a flat surface only. If mounting the product on a curved or uneven surface, we recommend using self-tapping screws instead for a better installation.

1. Connect the LED work light bar to a 12v bench tester or directly to your vehicle’s car battery to check if the product works prior to installing on your vehicle.

2. Using the provided screws and rubber washers attach the mounting bracket to both ends of the LED light bar and tighten with an allen wrench.

3. Locate the position where you want to install the LED light bar and use the screws and bolts to secure the light bar to the vehicle.

4. Once the light bar is mounted, route the wires from the product to the relay switch. Connect the red wire to the red wire on the switch and black wire to the black wire on the switch. (We recommend soldering the connections or using butt-connectors and covering any exposed wires with electrical tape or heat shrink tubing).

5. Route the red and black wires from the relay switch directly to the battery positive and negative (red for positive and black for negative).

6. Enjoy your new Off Road LED Light

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Professional installation is highly recommended. Modifications or damage to the product while installing is not covered under warranty and will void the return/exchange/warranty of the item.

NOTE: Be advised that the product is designed to be installed on a flat surface only. If mounting the product on a curved or uneven surface, we recommend using self-tapping screws instead for a better installation.

1. Connect the LED work light bar to a 12v bench tester or directly to your vehicle’s car battery to check if the product works prior to installing on your vehicle.

2. Using the provided screws and rubber washers attach the mounting bracket to both ends of the LED light bar and tighten with an allen wrench.

3. Locate the position where you want to install the LED light bar and use the screws and bolts to secure the light bar to the vehicle.

4. Once the light bar is mounted, route the wires from the product to the relay switch. Connect the red wire to the red wire on the switch and black wire to the black wire on the switch. (We recommend soldering the connections or using butt-connectors and covering any exposed wires with electrical tape or heat shrink tubing).

5. Route the red and black wires from the relay switch directly to the battery positive and negative (red for positive and black for negative).

6. Enjoy your new Off Road LED Light

HID lamps are typically used when high levels of light over large areas are required, and when energy efficiency and/or light intensity are desired. These areas include gymnasiums, large public areas, warehouses, movie theaters, football stadiums, outdoor activity areas, roadways, parking lots, and pathways. More recently, HID lamps have been used in small retail and even residential environments because of advances in reduced lumen bulbs. Ultra-High Performance (UHP) HID lamps are used in LCD or DLP projection TV sets or projection displays as well.

HID lamps have made indoor gardening practical, particularly for plants that require high levels of direct sunlight in their natural habitat; HID lamps, specifically metal halide and high-pressure sodium, are a common light source for indoor gardens. They are also used to reproduce tropical intensity sunlight for indoor aquaria.

Most HID lamps produce significant UV radiation, and require UV-blocking filters to prevent UV-induced degradation of lamp fixture components and fading of dyed items illuminated by the lamp. Exposure to HID lamps operating with faulty or absent UV-blocking filters causes injury to humans and animals, such as sunburn and arc eye. Many HID lamps are designed so as to quickly extinguish if their outer UV-shielding glass envelope is broken.

Beginning in the early 1990s, HID lamps have seen applications in automotive headlamps.

HID lamps are used in high-performance bicycle headlamps as well as flashlights and other portable lights, because they produce a great amount of light per unit of power. As the HID lights use less than half the power of an equivalent tungsten-halogen light, a significantly smaller and lighter-weight power supply can be used.

HID lamps have also become common on many aircraft as replacements for traditional landing and taxi lights.

HID lamps are also used in lamps for underwater diving. The higher efficacy of HID lamps compared to halogen units means longer burn times for a given battery size and light output.

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