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Kemo 9-48VDC LED Flasher Module

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Product overview

• Make your LEDs or incandescent lamps flash
• Create flashes from 0.15 to seven seconds with an adjustable flash period
• Connect to a 9-48V DC power supply
• Can work with loads up to 10A

Get your lights flashing
You can set this module to make a light flash on and off. The flash time is adjustable from 0.15 seconds to seven seconds, with the pauses between flashes matching the flash times. Adjusting the flash time requires a small screwdriver (not included). The LED on the module will flash at the speed that a connected lamp will, so you can get the timing right even before you add your light. This module is rated for a maximum load of 10A as one bulb or several connected in parallel.

Open up your options
The voltage of your power source is transferred directly to your bulb so make sure you use a suitable power supply, such as a 12V battery for a 12V LED. Compatible with both LED and incandescent lamps, you can use this module with a wide range of lights. It’s simple to connect your light and battery to the module with the built-in 6.3mm spade terminals. The module is designed to be short-circuit proof for added safety.




Flasher Module


Package Contents:

1 x M206 Flasher module

Dimensions & Weight









Operating Specifications

Operating Voltage:

9 - 48 VDCV


10 AA


Number Of Inputs/Outputs:


Power Specifications

Power Supply Requirements:

9-48 VDC

Considering this for a model railway where I want to create several flashing lights on different locations.  Eg, belisha beacons and flashing light on stationary police vehicle.   I don't want all the lights flashing at the same time though!  

Asked by: Stuley
This is meant for a single LED or strip of LED's to flash at the same time.
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2017-08-19
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