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VisionX Optimus Series Dual 10w LED Light Kit including harness

by VisionX
SKU:VISX_XIL-OP110KIT

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£215.00
5 stars, based on 2 reviews
Coined 'Project Light Cannon' by the staff at Vision X, these compact lights propel light upto 693ft, further than any 10 watt fixture in existence! This dual light and harness kit offers amazing value.
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This kit of 2x Optimus 10degree lights and a dual light harness offers incredible value and unrivalled long-distance lighting performance

Utilizing Vision X Lighting's all new proprietary IRIS Reflector Technology, the Optimus series provides the ultimate focus for long range lighting by producing 693 ft. of usable light from a single 3.5" tall, 10-watt LED. Compared to a standard 55 watt low beam headlight reach of 88 ft. and a standard 65 watt high beam reach of 153 ft, the Optimus propels light further than any single 10-watt LED light fixture in existence. Optimus lights also feature Vision X Lighting's Prime Drive technology for integrated thermal management and dimming capabilities.

All Optimus lights feature a waterproof & rugged die-cast aluminum housing, industrial grade waterproof deustch connector, adjustable trunnion bracket mounting, and 12-32V DC multi-volt input. These key features allow the Optimus Series to be used in almost any application including: automotive, motorcycle, ATV/UTV, marine, mining, industrial and more. 

 

Optimus lights come standard in a durable black powder coat finish,  with a 10 degree narrow beam.

 

What took an 8" Off Road Light or 60-watts of LED is now achievable using a compact 3.5" light that can mount anywhere. The days of having to mount a light bar, brush guard, or add unnecessary brackets are over.

 

Find out why Vision X Lighting employees coined this light "Project Light Cannon".




 


Small Doesn't mean Weak


The new Optimus Prime doesn't sacrifice light output to achieve an ultra-compact housing. Actually the opposite. The Optimus Prime outperforms traditional Halogen Off Road Lighting solutions in both distance and output, all while fitting within a housing that doesn't look bulky and in the way. So put away the huge, awkward looking lights, and get the driving lights that will amaze you every time you light them up.


Distance


The Single Optimus Prime throws 1 lux of light 693 feet. For comparison, a motorcycle headlight low beam measures 1 lux at 88 feet, and high beam 1 lux at 153 feet. The Optimus Prime is truly "lighting evolved".

 

Prime Drive


The More Powerful and Long Lasting LED


The Optimus Prime with Prime Drive drives the LED more efficiently while managing heat levels. This means more light from the LED and a longer lifespan. This is advanced LED technology in action.


Electronic Thermal Management


ETM monitors the heat output of the LEDs and makes use of integrated Pulse Width Modulation circuitry in order to maintain safe operating temperatures in order to prolong the LED life span to its full 50,000 hour potential.


Pulse Width Modulation


The Optimus Prime utilizes integrated Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) dimming circuitry to manage heat levels. PWM works by flashing the LED at a frequency faster than the human eye can detect, reducing the time that the LED is operating while still delivering 100% light output.

Questions

Questions on VisionX Optimus Series Dual 10w LED Light Kit including harness

  • From mark at 28/01/2013 20:16
    • Hi
      Will these fit using the mounting bracket ive already bought from you for the XT660Z
    • No it won't. The lights are a lot bigger than the VisionX Solstice Solo's and they won't fit in the same space under your headlamp I'm afraid.

      Sorry about that.
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  • From Ross at 13/02/2013 10:40
    • Hi, in the effect that a bulb blows, are they replaceable or do you need to buy a whole new unit?

      Also can you recommend a mounting bracket for an F800GS

      Cheers
      Ross.
    • Ross,

      LED bulbs don't blow as they dont have a fillament to break. They are rated for 50000 hours (over 5.5 years continuous use) and if they fail before that time will be considered for a warranty replacement. Thats why we love them so much compared to the halogen or HID setups.

      Each light is mounted in its own bracket and attaches to the bike using a single 8mm hole.

      Hope that helps

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  • From tony at 13/05/2013 13:31
    • Hi
      will these fit easely with the supplyed harness to my gs 1200 2006
      and also do you supply a switch
    • Hi Ant,

      The kit comes complete with a full harness, that needs attaching to the battery. It has a toggle switch attached to a relay to activate the lights, this can me mounted on any dash panel or similar (or replaced with an on/off bar switch, which we don't currently stock).

      You will need some sort of bracket to attach the single M8 bolt on the lights yoke. The bracket (ideally) wants to be horizontal or vertical so the yoke adjustment can be effective and accurate.

      Something like the item linked below should do the job (although the slot may need enlarging slightly to accomodate the M8 bolt)

      http://www.migsel.com/store/index.php?_a=viewProd&productId=4

      Hope this helps!

      regards

      Chris Colling
      Adventure-Spec Ltd
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  • From Ev at 09/11/2013 23:48
    • Hi, how do feel these compare to a Solstice Solo in terms of daytime conspicuousness when used on the streets, both being rated at 10 Watt?
      Is the extra bulk and more than double the weight worth it?
      Thanks!
    • Hi Ev,

      As daylight runners I doubt there is much difference. The larger optic of the Optimus throws the beam of light further for better performance at light. Daylight running you are essentially having the oncoming traffic seeing the light source, not the beam.
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  • From Thierry at 09/01/2014 13:49
    • Dear,

      Can you confirm the draw of such Led ? 10W must be around 0.8 A per light ? So I could easily replace the OEM High/low beam bulb by 3 Vision X leds (1 wide beam and 2 narrow beam) For info, I only use my bike for Rally Raid.
      I plan to reuse the High beam/low Beam wires. So I had a quick look on my bike's wiring diagram and I noticed that the lights on my 2011 KTM are fed directly from the stator/generator. My understanding was that stator produced AC current only and needed to be converted to DC current through the rectifier. It seems not to be the case on the KTM ??? Is there any risk to connect the Vision X leds the way I planned or should I use a new harness connected directly on the battery ? Thanks a lot
    • Thierry,

      You cannot connect VisionX lights to an AC power source, you are correct in your calculations regarding power draw though. A fused line from either the battery or from your fuse box around your bars ( I assume you will be fitting one of these for your roadbook etc) should be perfect. Although you should be aware that the power delivered by the AC circuit from your alternator will be different from the DC power it produces. Please ensure there is enough DC power available ro run all your required electrical parts!

      Hope that helps.
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  • From John at 25/02/2014 00:13
    • Hello,
      I've installed 2 visionX Optimus Round on my 2011 gs1200 directly to the battery with a handlebar on/off switch.

      If the 2 visionx 10w optimus round lights, consummes 1.6A, Why the harness comes with a 30A fuse?
      Can i change the fuses for 5amps or less?

      Thanks in avance,
    • John,

      The harness is a general unit designed for a range of lights. It was initially used for Halogen spotlights on cars hence the high fused value. If you prefer you can happily drop the fuse value down to 5A.

      Hope that helps.
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  • From Martin at 08/03/2014 09:37
    • Are these dual intensity lights. I am looking to fit to Triumph Explorer and want to link to high/low beam so on dip act as daylight running lights without dazzling oncoming then full power on high beam for night riding.
      Also Explorer is a can bus system, how would I wire this
    • Martin,

      No, these are a simple LED light with an on/off function. The only way to use them as a dip/main beam is to connect one light to your dipped beam pointing slightly downwards and the other to your main beam directed forwards.

      You can either connect directly to your battery by making up a small wiring harness out of a fuse, wire and switch (the most secure way), or you can piggy back them off your existing lighting wiring next to your existing bulbs (easier, but risks causing problems to your existing wiring). The LED lights will only take an extra 0.8A from each headlight when in use so it shouldn't affect your can bus.
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  • From Pindie at 08/05/2014 12:39
    • Can these lights replace my existing OEM KTM light I use on my 450 EXC Rally bike? I want to create a narrow front profile so will stack these lights on top of each other on associated brackets to make my frontage narrower. Can I use one as dip, one main or both on for max light?
    • Q1. Can these lights replace my existing OEM KTM light I use on my 450 EXC Rally bike?
      A1. Yes they can , but they are not road legal.
      Q2. Can I use one as dip, one main or both on for max light?
      A2. You can rig then in whatever configuration you need or want. Both will be best, one aimed closer to the bike to act as a dip and one further away to act as a main beam.
      Q3. Is it possible to have enough light from these two to happily ride forest conditions at night?
      A3. These lights will amaze you. Yes, you'll be able to ride fast at night!

      Hope that helps.
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  • From Brian at 20/08/2014 09:36
    • Hi,

      Is it possible to fit these to a bike with no battery? The bike in question is a Yamaha TTR600, not RE. The existing lights are very poor so would like to supplement them with one running alongside the low beam and both for high beam.

      Thanks in advance
    • Brian,

      Sadly it's a little more complicated than whether you have a battery or not. Depending on the year of your TT you may have 6v or 12v circuits, and you may only have AC voltage rather than DC available. For almost any motorcycle lighting applications you would need to have a DC supply and with the lights you have selected you would need a 20watt supply or approx 2Amps of power available.

      The first check would be for 6v or 12v. For this remove your headlight bulb and check the spec. 12v and you're good to go.

      Most bikes that have no battery rely mainly on AC power for most things, although some do have a small DC circuit available for the indicators. The easiest physical test you can do to check if you have DC available is to look for indicator wiring, start your bike and hold a standard 12v small bulb to the wires. If you have light then you can connect your DC lights to the circuit, which should be designed for a typical indicator bulb at 20w, perfect!

      However, I would recommend a good look around the various forums such as Thumper Talk, AdvRider, The HUBB etc, There will no doubt be a full 'How to DC wire lights to your TTR!' thread somewhere.

      Good luck!

      Dave
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  • Reviews

    Customer Reviews

    Outstanding Review by LandRoverMan
    Outstanding" by , written on 25 January 2014
    These lamps are stunning with a fantastic reach (10 degree pattern) and the colour temperature of the LED is a really clear white light. Quality of build of the lamp is top notch and installation is made easy with a very adaptable bracket. I have put these on to a land rover roof bar (and have actually ordered a second set to make 4!).

    The loom is clearly a universal loom that vision x supply. It is way overrated for the 1.6 amps draw of these particular lamps. I was never going to use it anyway but buying the lamps was cheaper as a pair and the loom was thrown in). But agree with the other reviewer that its not the best.

    This should not detract however, from what I think are the best lights on the market for size and price!
    Overall rating
    5 out of 5
    These lamps are stunning with a fantastic reach (10 degree pattern) and the colour temperature of the LED is a really clear white light. Quality of build of the lamp is top notch and installation is made easy with a very adaptable bracket. I have put these on to a land rover roof bar (and have actually ordered a second set to make 4!).

    The loom is clearly a universal loom that vision x supply. It is way overrated for the 1.6 amps draw of these particular lamps. I was never going to use it anyway but buying the lamps was cheaper as a pair and the loom was thrown in). But agree with the other reviewer that its not the best.

    This should not detract however, from what I think are the best lights on the market for size and price! (Posted on 25/01/2014)
    Great Lights Review by Lux46
    Great Lights" by , written on 8 August 2013
    These Led lights are very good ,long range nice white light.The wiring loom comes complete with relay ,fuse and switch and the wiring loom is long enough for any bike.You will need some form of bracket to mount to crash bars.Only gripe the switch is not waterproof,but you can buy a cover for that switch from amazon
    Overall rating
    5 out of 5
    These Led lights are very good ,long range nice white light.The wiring loom comes complete with relay ,fuse and switch and the wiring loom is long enough for any bike.You will need some form of bracket to mount to crash bars.Only gripe the switch is not waterproof,but you can buy a cover for that switch from amazon (Posted on 08/08/2013)

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