Thanks for looking.
This question is not boat related though I will be installing some of these LED bar lights on the boat at a later stage and I figured there are more 12v experts here than just about anywhere on the web.
I need some extra low beam light on my motorbike as the 35w bulbs are as bright as a torch with a flat battery
and brighter hotter bulbs apparently melt the plastic of the lens.
The cheapest and probably easiest option is to install an LED bar light like this and there are various videos on youtube confirming their effectiveness for this use.
and have it angled down so it only lights up directly in front and no further than the low beam reach.
Law in Australia
says it must be on high beam, on with high and off with high so I want to be able to demonstrate that if required but I really only need it on low beam so want to rig a sneaky switch in the glovebox.
Can someone please confirm if I have this right, forget about legalities of it please, just want to know if it will work.
It is only 18w so I was hoping not to need relays and that a splicing into low and high beam power and a simple switch and inline fuse would work.
Its sort of an opposite to this