DL15-30W Led Traffic Director Warning Stick

DL15-30W Led Traffic Director Warning Stick
Please Note: These instructions are provided as a general guideline only. Some
vehicles may require special mounting, wiring, and/or weather-sealing. This is the
sole responsibility of the installer. Star Headlight & Lantern Co., Inc. assumes no
responsibility for the integrity of the installation for this or any of its products.
DL15-30W
LED TRAFFIC DIRECTOR and WARNING STICK
IMPORTANT: Please read all of the following instructions before installing your new LED
Traffic Director and Warning Stick.
CAUTION: Please be sure to check that your light is properly fused. Testing the light
before this fuse is properly installed will void the warranty on the light.
WARNING!!!! Care should be taken when positioning this warning light so that the light
and/or cord does not interfere with the proper operation of any of the
airbags! Failure to heed this warning may result in serious or fatal injury.
Important: This product is used to
direct traffic. Improper use
may result in vehicular collision, personal injury and/or death. Star
Headlight & Lantern Co., Inc., and its subsidiaries shall not be held
responsible for damages directly or indirectly caused by improper
use of this product. Always carefully consider the effect on traffic
that the selected light pattern will have before engaging the lights.
NOTICE
Due to continuous product improvements, we must reserve the right to change any specifications and
information, contained in this manual at any time without notice. Star Headlight & Lantern Co., Inc. makes no
warranty of any kind with regard to this manual, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of
merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Star Headlight & Lantern Co., Inc. shall not be liable for
errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing,
performance, or use of this manual.
It is the sole responsibility of the owner to ensure the warning light is
secure. Check your light every time you enter the vehicle to ensure that
it is mounted securely. Star Headlight and Lantern Co. assumes no
responsibility for the secure mounting of this light.
PLITSTR77 REV. F
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10/26/15
Preparation
These lights use state-of-the-art Light Emitting Diode (LED) technology. This warning light
is comprised of ultra-high intensity LEDs that are operated by a micro-controller to efficiently
produce light output with lifetimes up to 100,000 hours.
Before beginning the installation:
 Determine where the Traffic Director is to be mounted.
 Check to see that there are no obstructions hindering the visibility of your traffic
director.
 Select a location to mount your controller (purchased separately or user supplied).
The controller must be located in a dry location out of direct sunlight, free of dirt and
dust. Under the vehicle's instrument panel is usually the best choice.
 Once you have selected these locations, determine the path that your cable
connecting the controller to the Traffic Director will take. The cable should exit the
driver’s side of the rear facing Traffic Director.
LED FIVE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Be sure the cable attached to your Traffic Director is long enough for proper installation.
If it is too short, you will need to order a Traffic Director with the correct length cable preinstalled. The standard length for the cables is 15'. Star does not recommend
“splicing in” additional cable when the supplied cable is too short. Traffic Directors
with longer cables are available upon request.
The manufacturer warrants this LED light against factory defects in material and workmanship for
five years after the date of purchase. The owner will be responsible for returning to the Service
Center any defective item(s) with the transportation costs prepaid. The manufacturer will, without
charge, repair or replace at its option, products, or part(s), which its inspection determines to be
defective. Repaired or replacement item(s) will be returned to the purchaser with transportation
costs prepaid from the service point. A copy of the purchaser's receipt must be returned with the
defective item(s) in order to qualify for the warranty coverage. Exclusions from this warranty
include, but are not limited to, domes, and/or the finish. This warranty shall not apply to any light,
which has been altered, such that in the manufacturer's judgment, the performance or reliability
has been affected, or if any damage has resulted from abnormal use or service.
There are no warranties expressed or implied (including any warranty of merchantability or fitness),
which extend this warranty period. The loss of use of the product, loss of time, inconvenience,
commercial loss or consequential damages, including costs of any labor, are not covered. The
manufacturer reserves the right to change the design of the product without assuming any
obligation to modify any product previously manufactured.
Mounting
It is the owners sole responsibility to ensure that the mount is
secure and will not come loose while the vehicle is in motion.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You might also have additional rights that may vary
from state to state. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages.
Therefore, the above limitation(s) or exclusion(s) may not apply to you.
1. Select a location for the light to be mounted. Take into consideration viewing angles,
mounting holes, and where the cable will run when selecting a location. The cable
should exit the driver’s side of the rear-facing stick.
2. Determine which leg size suits your application best:
DL15-BKT-T
DL15-BKT-M
DL15-BKT-S
If you have any questions concerning this or any other product,
please contact our Customer Service Department at (585) 226-9787.
If a product must be returned for any reason, please contact our Customer Service Department to
obtain a Returned Materials Authorization number (RMA #) before you ship the product back.
Please write the RMA # clearly on the package near the mailing label.
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(Mounting CONT’D)
3. Remove the two screws in one end of the light and
use them, with two of the enclosed washers, to
attach one of the mounting legs, routing the cord
through the center of the leg (shown to the right).
Repeat this step for the other side with the other leg.
Please note: The cable needs to exit the
driver’s side of the rear facing DL15-30W.
CAUTION!!: In the event the endcap should become detached from the lightstick as
you are installing the legs, please take extreme care to ensure that the endcap is
replaced in the exact same orientation it was originally in. If it is not replaced
properly the weatherproof seal may be broken and the warranty will be voided.
4. Mount your light in the desired location. Use appropriate fasteners (not supplied) to secure
the legs to your mounting surface.
It is the owners sole responsibility to ensure that the mount is
secure and will not come loose while the vehicle is in motion.
5. Install your switch panel in a dry location out of direct sunlight, free from dirt and dust.
You may use your own switches, or you may order the SP1515-TDC, TD77-DL15-30, or
the TDC850 (for use with SVP sirens that have built-in traffic director controls). If you
are using your own switches, you will need a 4-switch switch panel, with 4 SPST On/Off
switches.
TD77-DL15-30
(Optional Controller w/LED Display)
SP1515-TDC
(Optional Switch Panel)
TDC850
(Optional Controller f
or use w/SVP sirens)
Alternate Mounting
There is also a slot along the back of the light that can be
used with a standard 1/4-20 bolt for mounting. Remove
the two screws and the endcap to slide the head of the
bolt in.
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Electrical Connections
Troubleshooting
The DL15-30W comes with a 15' six-conductor cable. The six wires perform the following
functions:
Black Wire (18AWG) - Ground
Red Wire (18AWG) - Power (operating voltage 10-16VDC)
Yellow Wire (22AWG) - Left Arrow (+12VDC)
Purple Wire (22AWG) - Center Out(+12VDC)
Green Wire (22AWG) - Right Arrow(+12VDC)
White Wire (22AWG) - Pattern Change (Touch and release to ground)
If you will be using the OPTIONAL TD77-DL15-30 to control your light, please skip to the
corresponding section on pages 6-8.
The DL15 uses state-of-the-art Light Emitting Diode (LED) technology. This warning
light is comprised of ultra-high intensity LEDs that are operated by a micro-controller
to efficiently produce light output with lifetimes up to 100,000 hours. Under normal
circumstances, you will not need to replace any lights in this warning light.
Symptom
No power
If you will be using the OPTIONAL TD850 to control your light, please skip to the
corresponding section on pages 9-11.
Possible Cause
Connector loose
Fuse blown
Loose connection at power source
If you are using your own switches, you will need a 4-switch switch panel, with 4 SPST On/
Off switches.
Connecting the Optional SP1515-TDC
(you may also use your own standard On/Off switches)
Check
Power source not turned on
Power hooked up backwards
Positive ground vehicle
1. Connect the black wire to a good chassis ground.
Odd flash
pattern
2. The red, yellow, purple, and green wires will be connected to your switch panel. Please
review the diagram below for proper wiring, using four SPST switches. The SP1515TDC (available from Star) utilizes four lighted switches. If you are using your own “nonlighted” switches, there will be no #3 terminal on each switch, and the switch panel itself
will not need to be grounded.
Directional
buttons
reversed
Programmed for a random flash
pattern
Jumper not set properly
Mis-wired controller
Traffic director mounted upside
down
Is ignition switch an EXTERNAL SWITCH?
Check that Power and Ground wires are correct
Check vehicle’s owner’s manual to be sure
vehicle is NOT positive ground.
Check connector
Is an external fuse or circuit breaker used?
Check wires connected to +12VDC
Are the negative leads connected to a good
ground?
Try cycling the patterns.
See jumper setting instructions.
Swap left and right control wires.
Turn Traffic Director over or swap left and right
control wires.
3. After the black wire is grounded, and the red, yellow, purple, and green wires are
connected to your switch panel, the light is ready for operation and pattern selection.
STAR MODEL #SP1515-TDC
L
PWR
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
SW4
SW3
SW2
SW1
PURPLE
BLACK (Not used for non-lighted switches)
FUSED RED LEAD
RED
10 AMP
FUSE
YEL
RE
LOW
D
CONNECT TO
+12 VDC
C-O
3
YELLOW
R
PURPLE
GREEN
OPTIONAL LIGHTED SWITCH PANEL
(REAR VIEW)
GOOD
CHASSIS
GROUND
BLACK
GREEN
WH
IT
E
Touch And Release to Ground
to Select Pattern, Then Cap Off
Please note: For non-lighted switches, there will be no Terminal #3 on each switch
and there is no ground wire (black wire) on the switch panel.
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Stick Adjustment
Optional Pattern Selection
Pattern Selection for the DL15-30W when Using the SP1515-TDC
After the light is securely installed, loosen the adjusting
screws located on each end of your light. Tilt the light to
the desired angle and tighten the screws. Turn the light
on and check the light from the front or rear of the
vehicle, through the window (if applicable), to ensure that
it is at the most desirable angle, and that the light is not
impeded by any obstacles and/or window tinting
(or User Supplied Switches)
After your light and switch panel have been installed, you have the option of changing either
or both of the following:
A. The default Warning Pattern
B. The style of your Traffic Directing Patterns
When the light is initially activated by turning the PWR switch on, it will display a “Warn
Pattern”. The light has been pre-programmed at the factory to display Pattern 1 (Alternating
Slow Singleflash). Review the list below and decide if you wish to change the default
Warning Pattern.
Optional Warning Patterns
Pattern
Parts
Adjusting Screw Washers
Short (1-¾") Mounting Legs
Medium (2-7/8") Mounting Legs
Tall (5") Mounting Legs
Kit w/1 pair each: Short, Medium, & Tall Legs
Optional 4-Switch Switch Panel
Optional Controller w/ LED Display
Optional Controller for Sirens
P30072-3
DL15-BKT-S
DL15-BKT-M
DL15-BKT-T
DL15-SMTK
SP1515-TDC
TD77-DL15-30
TDC850
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Description
Alternating Slow Single (1-5 vs. 6-10) (default) †
Alternating Fast Single (1-5 vs. 6-10)
Alternating Triple (1-5 vs. 6-10)
Alternating Quad (1-5 vs. 6-10)
Alternating Quint (1-5 vs. 6-10)
Alternating Triple (1,26,7,8 vs. 3,4,5,9,10)
Alternating Quint (1,26,7,8 vs. 3,4,5,9,10)
Simultaneous Slow Single (All modules) †
Simultaneous Fast Single (All modules)
Simultaneous Triple (All modules)
Simultaneous Quad (All modules)
Simultaneous Quint (All modules)
Simultaneous Triple (All modules)
Simultaneous Quint (All modules)
In/Out Single (1,2,9,10 vs. 3-8)
In/Out Triple (1,2,9,10 vs. 3-8)
In/Out Quint (1,2,9,10 vs. 3-8)
In/Out Single (1,2,3,8,9,10 vs. 4-7)
In/Out Triple (1,2,3,8,9,10 vs. 4-7)
In/Out Quint (1,2,3,8,9,10 vs. 4-7)
1-5 Steady; 6-10 Single Flash †
1-5 Steady; 6-10 Slow Single Flash †
6-10 Steady; 1-5 Single Flash †
6-10 Steady; 1-5 Slow Single Flash †
Sequential Back and Forth
Sequential In/Out
Burst All w/ Alternating Burst
Alternating Burst w/ Double then Quint
Simultaneous Burst /w Double then Quint
Hyper Random
Demo Mode (two sequences of each pattern, except 20-23)
OFF
† = California Title 13, SAEJ595, and SAEJ1318 Approved)
Arrays for the DL15-30W
Array #1 Array #2 Array #3 Array #4 Array #5 Array #6 Array #7 Array #8 Array #9 Array #10
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(Optional Pattern Selection CONT’D)
(Optional TDC850 Controller CONT’D)
If you do not wish to change the Warning Pattern, skip to the Optional Traffic Directing
Pattern Styles section below. To change the default Warning Pattern, proceed below.
Arrow Stick Wiring Connections
PWR
1. To select the Warning Pattern,
activate your light by turning on the
PWR switch. When activated the
stick should be in Pattern 1
(Alternating Slow Single (1-5 vs. 6-10)).
L
C-O
The arrow stick control box (TDC850) comes with a removable green terminal block
connector (Power Connector). Remove the terminal block from control box.
R
 Loosen all 12 terminal screws to
open the wire entries.
 Connect the wires as shown
below, taking care to tighten
down each screw once the
appropriate wire is inserted into
the proper terminal.
(Switch panel shown with PWR switch in “ON”
position and other switches in “OFF” position.)
G
 Insert the terminal block into the
back of the control box.
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Optional Traffic Directing Pattern Styles
After the PWR switch is activated and any of the Traffic Directing Patterns (L, C-O, R) are
activated, the light will display the corresponding pattern (Left, Center-Out, or Right).. There
are several different “styles” in which these patterns can be displayed. The light has been
pre-programmed at the factory to display Style 1 (10 Head Normal) when any of the Traffic
Directing Patterns are activated. Review the list below and decide if you wish to change the
default Traffic Directing Pattern Style.
Style
1
2
3
4
5
6
+12 VDC
tte
 Tighten the two terminal block
locking screws on either end of
the block to prevent it from
vibrating loose.
GROUND
Pa
RED
E=
EMPTY
WH
IT
EMPTY
d
VIOLET
3. Once you have found
GREEN = Right
the desired Warning
Pattern, you can turn
the light off. The light will “remember” the last selected pattern
when switched off and that pattern will be displayed the next
time the light is switched on.
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EMPTY
ro
R
YELLOW
ft
=
PW
GREEN
O
= Le
=
EMPTY
PURPLE =
C-
OW
D
AC
K
BLACK
YELL
BL
RE
EMPTY
2. Touch and release the white wire to ground to scroll
through the patterns listed on the previous page.
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2
3
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9
10
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12
BATTERY +
CONTROL WIRES
Description
10 Head Normal (default)
10 Head Dual Light
10 Head Normal with End Blink
10 Head Dual Light with End Blink
6 Head Normal w/Warn
6 Head Dual Light w/Warn
Normal - Starts with one light and consecutively adds lights to the pattern until they are all illuminated.
Dual Light - Only two lights will be illuminated the same time. The two lights will "roll" or “travel” in
the direction of the selected pattern.
End Blink - Same as the Normal or Dual Light pattern with the exception that the last light will double
blink.
Warn - This option only uses the center 6 arrays (3 LED’s in each array) for traffic directing.
The two arrays on each end will flash back and forth in a warning pattern.
1. If you wish to change the Traffic Directing Pattern Style, turn the PWR switch on and
activate any one of the other switches (L, C-O, or R). This will place the bar into Traffic
Directing Mode.
2. Touch and release the white wire to ground to scroll through the six different display
styles listed above.
3. Once you have found the desired style, switch the light off and tape or place a wirenut
over the end of the white wire to prevent it from coming into contact with the ground
again.
4. OPTIONAL: If you wish to utilize your own remote pattern select switch, you may
connect the white wire to ground through a momentary on/off switch (user supplied).
NOTE: Adding this switch will void the California Title 13 approval.
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TDC850 Arrowstick Controller
BATTERY OUTPUT POWER TO LIGHTSTICK (+12VDC)
Black:
Green:
Yellow:
Violet:
White:
Ground wire to the arrow stick.
Activates Right Arrow on the arrow stick.
Activates Left Arrow on the arrow stick.
Activates Center Out pattern on the arrow stick.
This is the Pattern Select wire for the arrow stick. It is optional and only needs
to be wired into the connector if you desire to change your pattern options.
Red: This is the +12Voutput to supply power to the arrow stick.
Ground: Connect to good chassis ground, or the negative of the vehicle battery. It is
imperative that you supply a ground wire to the terminal marked "bat -" on the
controller; you must not let the controller's case supply ground.
+12 VDC: Connect this terminal to the same fused, +12 VDC source that the pink
wire from the amp is connected to.
NOTE: This terminal must be connected to the same +12VDC source as
the pink wire in order to prevent inadvertent momentary activation of one or
more of the lights in your traffic director.
The lamp brightness will be somewhat diminished if a large voltage drop exists
between the vehicle's battery and the controller. If voltage drop is a problem, use a
relay to control a direct battery feed. A generic relay designed for automotive lamp
service should be available from most automotive stores for this purpose. If using a
relay, don't forget to fuse the feed and signal wires at their source, with appropriate
values. For non-LED arrow sticks, use 12 AWG wire for all power and ground
connections.
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Operation
Optional TD850 Controller
SP1515-TDC or Standard Switch Operation
If you are installing the DL15-30W in a vehicle
that has an SVP siren with Traffic Director
controls (i.e. LCS850, or LCS881), you may
choose to control your DL15-30W with the
optional TDC850 controller (ordered separately)
and the switches built into the siren.
1. Operation of the DL15-30W is
straightforward. Four switches are
used to control the various
functions : Warn, Left, Center Out,
and Right Patterns.
TDC850
PWR
L
C-O
R
(Optional Controller for use w/SVP sirens)
TDC850 Option Jumpers
2. When the PWR switch (attached to red wire) is switched ON, the light will go into
Warning mode with the pattern you have pre-selected (described in the Pattern Selection
section on pages 4-5).
TDC850 Control Box Cover Removal
3. Select a Traffic Directing pattern by switching the appropriate switch ON.
L
- Left Pattern
C-O - Center Out Pattern
R
- Right Pattern
Please note: The PWR switch must also be on for the Traffic Directing
Patterns to activate.
1. Remove the four recessed Philip head screws (two on each
side of the arrow stick control box).
2. Remove the top cover by sliding it towards the front of the unit.
3. Locate the extra
jumper location near
the fuses. Also find
the “Option” jumper
location near the
center of the board.
(See diagram to the
right).
4. There are seven
jumpers located
inside the TDC850
that can control
different options.
By default six of the
jumpers are located
on the Extra
Jumper pins.
TDC850 Controller (DL15-30W Mode)
!
Phantom Mode (REMOVE
THE JUMPER FROM
THIS PAIR!!!)
If more than one of the Traffic Directing switches (R, C-O, L) is activated,
the stick will default to the Center-Out mode for safety reasons.
Once your Traffic Director is installed, please test it to familiarize yourself with
the various patterns and the operation of the controller.
Pattern Select wires
controlled by +12VDC
Extra Jumper Locations
!
Control Wires
switched by Ground
Optional TD77-DL15-30W Controller
Remove the jumper on the 1st pair of pins
and turn it sideways over the bottom row of
the 2nd and 3rd pair of pins (as pictured
here) for DL15-30W Traffic Directing Mode
Move Jumper from 1st
pair across bottom pin
of 2nd and
3rd pair
5. The 7th jumper will be in
the “Phantom Mode”
position over the 1st pair
of jumpers. Remove this
jumper from the 1st pair
of pins and place it over
the bottom pins of the 2nd
and 3rd pair of pins as
pictured to the right.
TD77-DL15-30
(Optional Controller w/LED Display)
You may choose to control your DL15-30W with the optional TD77-DL15-30 controller
(ordered separately). This controller has a number of benefits over the SP1515-TDC or
any other standard switches:
 The TD77-DL15-30 provides an LED display that shows which mode the
light stick is operating in (Off, Left, Center, Right, or Warn).
6. OPTIONAL: There are two other jumpers that can be used when connecting other brand
lightsticks that have either a +12VDC activated pattern select wire or control wires that
are activated by connection to Ground. Please call our Customer Service Department at
585-226-9787 for details on this.
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 The TD77-DL15-30 allows you to change your Warning Pattern and the style
of your Traffic Directing Patterns. (Please note that this feature must be
disabled if you need to meet California Title 13 specifications.)
 The Pattern Control Switches on the TD77-DL15-30 are all backlit anytime
the unit is powered on.
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(Optional TD77-2 Controller CONT’D)
(Optional TD77-2 Controller CONT’D)
Connection of the DL15-30W wires to the TD77-DL15-30
TD77-DL15-30 Operation
YELLOW
VIOLET
GREEN
WHITE
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
BLACK
RED
GROUND
+12 VDC
Please note that the wire connections for this control box differ
from the ones made to the siren-compatible control box.
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4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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12
CONTROL WIRES
GROUND TO
LIGHTSTICK
Use the red rocker switch (located on the left side of
the front panel of the controller) to activate both the
traffic director and the control box. When you switch
it on, the stick will automatically display the Warning
Pattern (the WARN button will be illuminated in red –
the color indicating it has been activated). The LED
display on the front of the controller will mimic the
output of the stick.
Changing the Traffic Directing Direction
BATTERY +
BATTERY -
OUTPUT POWER
TO LIGHTSTICK (+12VDC)
1. The TD77-DL15-30 control box comes with a removable green terminal block connector
on the back (part #CPSS-153). Remove the terminal block from control box and loosen
all 12 terminal screws. This will open the wire entries.
2. Make the wire connections as shown above, taking care to tighten down each screw
once the appropriate wire is inserted.
Wires From DL15-30W
Yellow: Connect the yellow wire from the lightstick to Terminal 1 of the green
connector. This wire activates the Left Arrow pattern on the arrow stick.
Violet: Connect the violet wire from the lightstick to Terminal 2 of the green
connector. This wire activates the Center Out pattern on the arrow stick.
Green: Connect the green wire from the lightstick to Terminal 3 of the green
connector. This wire activates the Right Arrow pattern on the arrow stick.
White: Connect the white wire from the lightstick to Terminal 4 of the green
connector. This is the Pattern Select wire for the arrow stick. This wire is
optional and may be left unconnected if you do not want the user to change
your pattern options.
Black: Connect the black wire from the lightstick to Terminal 9 of the green
connector. This is the Ground wire to the arrow stick.
Red: Connect the red wire from the lightstick to Terminal 10 of the green connector.
This wire supplies +12VDC to the arrow stick.
Additional Connections
Ground: Using a minimum 18 AWG wire, connect this terminal to the negative of the
vehicle battery (recommended) or a good chassis ground.
+12 VDC: Using a minimum 18 AWG wire, connect this terminal to a +12 VDC source,
fused with a 15A fuse at the source (battery). Star recommends the use of
an ignition switched source to avoid the possibility of draining the vehicle's
battery should the unit be accidentally left on. The lamp brightness will be
somewhat diminished if a large voltage drop exists between the vehicle's
battery and the controller. It is imperative that you supply a ground wire to the
terminal marked “GROUND” ("bat -" on the controller). You must not let the
controller's case supply ground.
3. After all of the connections are complete, insert the terminal block into the mating
receptacle in the back of the control box and tighten the two terminal block locking
screws on either end of the block to prevent it from vibrating loose.
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On/Off
Press the Left, Center, Right, and Warn buttons to toggle the different directional functions
of your stick. The text back light will go from green to red when the stick is operating in the
selected function. Pressing the same directional function a second time will default the stick
back to the Warn pattern.
Changing the Pattern Style
1. The ALT button on the controller will allow you to set two pattern options:
1. The Warning Pattern
2. The style of your Traffic Directing Patterns
(See the lists on page 4-5)
2. To select the Warning Pattern, activate your light by turning on the power switch. When
first activated, the stick should be in Pattern 1 (Alternating Slow Single (1-5 vs. 6-10)).
3. You may cycle through the different patterns, shown on the page 4, by briefly pressing
the ALT button until the lights de-activate, then releasing it. Touch and release the ALT
button until you find the desired pattern.
4. Once you have found the desired Warning Pattern, you can turn the light off. The light
will “remember” the last selected pattern when switched off and that pattern will be displayed
the next time the light is switched on.
5. After the Warning Pattern is selected, you can also select the style of the Traffic
Directing Pattern you wish to use (see list on page 5).
6. With the power switch turned back ON, activate one of the other switches (LEFT, C-O,
or RIGHT) to place the bar into Traffic Directing Mode. Once again, touch and release
the ALT button and it will scroll through the six different display styles listed in the chart
on page 5. Once you have found the desired style, switch the light off.
TD77-DL15-30 Pattern Display LEDs
The four LEDs on the front of the controller will mimic the output of the stick (LEFT, RIGHT,
CENTER, WARN).
 For these LEDs to be accurate, you MUST have the bar wired properly with the wires
exiting on the drivers side and have a correctly functioning light stick.
 These LEDs simply show the basic pattern selected, the operation of the stick will
vary depending on the pattern selected by the user for each of the directional
functions.
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