Today we are going to show you the amber flashing hazard lights from Optronics, part number SLL72AB1 and part number SLL72AB2. The flashing hazard lights are designed to be used on emergency, road-side assistance, construction sites and off-road vehicles, along with the rubber grommets, part number A70GB and the straight 3-wire pigtails, part number A45PB. They fit the standardized 6-1/2 inch oval shaped trailer light mounting holes, using the rubber grommets. There are 24 amber LEDs covered by a lifetime warranty. The lights are designed to fit inside the grommets that will hold them snug inside your mounting points. The rubber grommets simply stretch over the lights. On the reverse side of the light there is a port for the pigtail harness. The pigtail harness just fits into the posts and pushes in snug. The wiring for your light is already done at this point. All you have to do is connect the loose ends to the vehicle. 1:03
Once we have our light assemblies put together, we can go ahead and mount them inside our light brackets. Thanks to the grommet mounting design, all you have to do is push the light into place. With our lights in position, we can go ahead and begin the wiring process. The black wires are our synch wires. They allow the circuitry inside the two lights to communicate with each other so that we can get our flashing synchronized or alternating, depending on the lights we are using. We are using two type one lights, indicated by the 001 markings on the back of the light. Since these are both type one, they should flash together when we wire them up. The white wires are our ground wires. All you need to do is use an existing ground point on your vehicle and attach the eye terminals from the ground wires. The red wires are our powder wires. You can wire them to a 12 volt accessory circuit so that they are on whenever the vehicle is on or you can wire them to a switch power source so that you can manually control when the lights come on. We have a 12 volt DC power supply with us and we are going to take our two ground wires and connect them to the ground wire lead on our power source. Now, our black wires are already connected 2:27.
We are going to take our two power wires and twist them together. Once we attach them to our 12 volt power source, the lights should begin flashing in synch with each other. Thanks to the 24 LEDs in each light, they are plenty bright so that everybody will notice when these lights are flashing. Now we are going to switch out one of the lights. We will have a type one over here and a type two over here. When you mix and match the two types, the result will be an alternating strobe. We are going to take our two power wires and connect them to our 12 volt power lead off of our power supply. These lights should not be used on a cargo carrier or trailer that is used on normal roads. And there you have it for the Optronics flashing hazard lights, part number SLL72AB1 and part number SLL72AB2.