XP 7-LED Aluminum Light Bar Kit (120mm) by Team Associated

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The Team Associated XP 7-LED Aluminum Light Bar Kit adds to your night-time fun to your RC experience. With 88mm 5-LED , 120mm 7-LED, and 170mm 10-LED light bar options available and multiple height/width mounting options, there is an XP bar perfect for your application.

Features:

  • Plug and play
  • Convenient on-off switch
  • Everything included in the packaging    
  • Light bar endplates have two height positions and the brackets can be reversed for optional mounting positions
  • 120mm 7-LED Bar

This product was added to our catalog on June 29, 2016.

Justin Shaub
Saturday, Dec 17 2016 (2 months ago)
Team Associated XP 7-LED Aluminum Light Bar Kit (120mm)
Great light bar, would give 5 stars, but there are no specs. included as far as voltage input. The LED's contained in the bar have DC4V printed on them, it then comes down to what type of resistor they have wired in with the switch harness. I contacted Team Associated and they claimed it's good up to 3s lipo. If your running 3s Lipo, but powering this from your BEC, then the lights are seeing that voltage and not 3s LIpo voltage.

I've been running this bar for months on 6.1V, no problems and brighter than daylight. I recently upgraded to a HV servo, ramped up the CCBEC to 7.4V and after 5 minutes, I notice smoke coming off the light bar wiring, where they have the switch hooked in, this contains a 4.71 ohm + or - 1% resistor wrapped in heat shrink tubing. Evidently this resistor isn't rated for the wattage developed by 7.4V input. So you may want to keep your input voltage below 7.4V.

Other than that, the bar is a decent price, very bright, and has put up to numerous rollovers with only scratches to show for it. I soldered in a new resistor with a higher wattage rating and it continues to perform well.)