Each of the 2000 lumen models will draw about 20 watts, whereas the 3600 lumen versions is closer to 30 watts. A pair will run you 55-60 watts, about the same as a single standard halogen.
I am of course willing to sell them individually, at 50% of the cost I mentioned above. Send me a PM, and we can get you set up with what you need without taxing your bike too much.
I'm not sure about the output method for the WR450, but I would recommend running these lights via 12v DC.
Originally Posted by GlennR
What is the watt draw per lamp?
Also, is it okay to just install one unit on a bike instead of a pair? I'm thinking I'd like more light, but my WR450 doesn't have many watts and I could mount the other unit on my XT225. I figure 3600 more lumens would still be quite a boost in light.
Also, the WR450 has a DC and an AC output from the sator. Will the Tesla LEDs work with AC too?
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