The REVO Generation V Integrated Knight Rider LED has been one of our proudest products and has been five generations since its launch in 2008. The first Gen Knight Rider LED was just a series of LED light bowls connected together and added with a swig marquee design. When the second Gen came out, we began to compile the swig formula so that it could have different patterns to select from. When it came to the third Gen, we started to integrate turning signals and braking lights into our product; moreover, we updated the LED strip to 5050 LED chip and that contributed to colorful patterns. Moving on to the fourth Gen, we still used the 5050 LED strip; however, this whole strip was built on one IC panel, that is to say, what was behind all those LED light bowls were hundreds of IC chip. Meanwhile, the motherboard was updated form 16 bytes to 32 bytes, and we were able to produce the higher level RGB color which was different from last generation’s seven color options, and also it came with both turning and braking lights.
G5 KnightRider LED advances in motherboard and IC; therefore, you would find its color more brilliant and evident. In terms of the patterns, we modify the unnecessary one and add few more high-order RGB color patterns. Either auto run or selection mode, it is easy to control through the handy stainless steel remote controller. Experiencing numerous modifications, the G5 KnightRider LED is pretty mature now; you definitely do not want to miss it!
One of REVO-CYCLES best seller is the Rear Cowl Integrated Gen.5 Knight Rider LED. We integrate Turn signal / Hazard / Brake light all in one unit, with the newly design IC core processor 32 bit and electronic circuit. Easy “Plug-in and Go” installation without extra wiring and strengthen 100% waterproof strip. The Gen.5 LED displayed a wide spectrum of colors, red, blue, green, daisy, pink, purple and white in various pattern circulations. Either auto run or selection mode, it is easy to control through the handy stainless steel remote controller. Please check out the video to see the lights in action.