This controller offers 4 channels and is
designed for LED lights running halo rings that can be used for blinkers and
It would also work for, four individual auxiliary
lights, if you want one set as a primary light and the other as a DRL/blinker.
This controller is plug and play compatible with
Cyclops Aurora DRL auxiliary lights and is compatible with most aftermarket
In DRL mode (daytime running light) has a yellow
halo ring illuminated while the auxiliary driving light is off. When travelling
in DRL mode, switching to high beam with your headlight causes the Aurora DRL
to switch to auxiliary light mode.
When travelling in DRL mode, the DRL halo-ring
will flash in conjunction with the turn signals. OEM/Stock blinkers with
drop-out capabilities will continue to function in any mode.
The auxiliary lights can also be programed to
have a variable brightness when used in low beam. With the flip of a switch (Cyclops waterproof two position switch, sold separately
as an option above) the lights can change between DRL
and variable low beam auxiliary light mode.
The auxiliary lights are adjustable in 10% increments from “Off”
to “100%” intensity. When using the AUX light mode, the auxiliary light will
drop out when the blinker is activated and the DRL halo or your secondary set
of lights will become blinkers.
Designed as a supplemental blinker control, the
blinker channels on this product will automatically drop-out the auxiliary
light on the same side the blinker is activated on the vehicle. This enhances
your turn signal’s ability to be seen by other travelers.
The AUX light mode also includes patented
flickering “Conspicuity mode”, that can be toggled on and off as desired. The conspicuity
mode dramatically increases your ability to be seen by other vehicles on the
The IQ-375 works on all
conventional halogen headlight bikes, aftermarket LED bulbs, and bikes that
have a 12-volt positive power at the high beam wire, when the high beam is
activated. Examples for 12-volt positive power are: KTM 390/790/890 Norden 901
Skene IQ-375 demonstration