DIY Wireless/Remote LED lights

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I spend a lot of time on the water at night on some high traffic lakes. I use highly visible U/V lights that I can illuminate when I hear a power boat coming my way so I can be sure they see my kayak, and not just mistake my 360 light for a light on a dock or house, which from my experience can be easy to do. This project started when I went install the LED light strips on my new kayak. The goal is to eliminate the amount of holes needed for LED light installation. With this wireless switch, there are no need for hard switches, to mount in the kayak, making it a much clearer installation. In the end, it’s going to probably cost the same, or be cheaper then buying 4 hard switches. Check out this video on how to do it! Stay tuned for another video of the installation of this and the YakLights LED’s on my Predator PDL.

This video will show you how to set up a wireless switch so you can use a remote to turn on and off your lights on your kayak, eliminating the need to drill extra holes to install hard switches.

DIY Wireless/Remote LED lights

DIY Watch ‘Wireless/Remote LED for your kayak Part 2’

Products used:

INSMA 433Mhz Wireless RF Switch 328ft Long Range DC 12V 4CH Channel Wireless Remote Control Switch, DC12V Relay Receiver Module, Transmitter Toggle Switch RF Relay (2 Transmitter & 1 Receiver)

Here is another video that may help you further understand how this works.
How To Use A Wireless Relay/Controller

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