Dear experts, a topic recently very fashionable. LED bulbs appeared on the market, which shine in both colors - white and orange depending on which electrode voltage is applied. There are of course ready sets that do not know how they work, but I would like to connect such bulbs myself. The idea is for the bulbs to glow white when the parking lights (dipped) are off (i.e. daytime running light function), but when I turn on the turn signal, the function should turn off during operation and turn on the Left or Right Turn Signal (K) function when work stops direction with a second delay or 2 seconds back should switch on daylight. With the parking and dipped headlights on, the directions should operate normally and the daytime running lights should be off. You probably saw such lights on the street in the latest Skoda Superb and other more expensive cars. Could it be easy to create such a scheme yourself? How would you approach this? Are there such relays with a switch-off delay? What would the connection diagram look like? I tried to draw it, but unfortunately I fell. Can you help?
Buddy from October 1, reviews based on new rules, put these bulbs in your shoes because you have to have what it says on the lamp in the lamp.
I sincerely doubt that anyone would look into shades from directions in which light bulbs burn with the correct frequency. During the inspection, the daytime running light circuit could be disconnected and only the directions left.
But not about this topic. Can anyone help solve this puzzle? It seems to me that four relays would be needed, two on each side, two ordinary and two time-delayed AR150. Just how to connect it all now?
Since you are still with yours, check first if you can change the bulbs in directions for LED. Even if you don't have a bulb burnout check system, the directions have their own detector and they will blink 2x faster despite all of them burning. And this can be seen without looking into the shade. Then there must be resistors for parallel switching on with LED. You don't move the turn signal system itself, you only take the signal from the flasher. You control the DRL so that it is turned off by positioning (but in newer dipped beam lamps they can burn without positioning and you need to check it because if so you need to monitor the activation of both positional and passing) DRL also turns off the timer set for a little longer than one blink. Draw a diagram we will help. Everything, of course, for didactic purposes only and the Moderator if you look here will crash it from the Cars section because no DRL in the flasher will pass if the lens does not have the appropriate approval.
I'm not an expert, so forgive me if I drew it contrary to art. It seems to me that such a system could work if the time were set to above 2 seconds, the LED would remain in the off position while the direction would flash at a higher frequency. I am not sure about the yellow connections, are they correct? Can you combine it like that? The whole system has become very complicated, on both sides you need at least 3 ordinary and two time relays. It probably can be much easier to combine, but it is beyond my skills.
Gee, these are too high thresholds for my legs, some diodes, transistors, resistors, for this you need a knowledgeable electronics engineer to construct such a system. I meant a simple connection of wires with quick connectors than etching of a printed circuit board. I understand that the idea turns out to be original and its implementation requires advanced knowledge of electronics. Probably soon there will be some ready products for quick assembly. I'm not the only one who came up with this idea, which can be seen in the two-color light bulbs market.
I didn't know how high you fly with electronics, all in all it's just that these transistors are also an auxiliary relay, how to give it with changeover contacts (it would be closed if not actuated) or one contact but breakable e.g. from a car alarm). In the diagram it would look like this: