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Looking to add a little color to your Genesis' interior? Diode Dynamics' RGBW Multicolor Footwell LED kits are the way to do it! By adding Diode Dynamics' LED strips under your dash, you can add RGBW color-changing ability to your Hyundai Genesis' footwell area.

This kit is not just RGB, it is RGBW! That means there is an extra integrated LED chip that is specifically white in color, right next to the standard red, green, and blue LEDs. By using an RGBW controller, you can activate and control the white chip independently of the colors. This provides a much more uniform, pure, and bright white color than the traditional method of combining all RGB signals.

Our Bluetooth Controller will allow you to choose any color under the sun, including True White, directly from your phone! Our mobile app includes a wide variety of features including strobe and fade effects, preset colors, Camera Match, Music Sync, and much more. Our controller will also allow you to adjust the brightness of the LED strips. Any time you power up your strips, they will default to the last color that was previously selected.

These LED strips in this kit are highly flexible and waterproof. They feature high-density LED chips for brighter output and barrel-style M8 connectors for a secure connection.


Included in the 2-Piece Kit:

  • Two (2) 50cm RGBW SMD30 Strips
  • One (1) wiring harness (4-foot)
  • Two (2) quick splices
  • One (1) red LED toggle switch
  • One (1) DC-to-DT adapter
  • Four (4) zip-ties
  • One (1) 3M outdoor adhesive pad
Included in the 4-Piece Kit:

  • Four (4) 50cm RGBW SMD30 Strips
  • One (1) wiring harness (4-foot)
  • Two (2) quick splices
  • One (1) red LED toggle switch
  • One (1) DC-to-DT adapter
  • Eight (8) zip-ties
  • Two (2) 3M outdoor adhesive pads
  • Two (2) RGBW M8 extension wires




The 2-piece kit includes everything you need to install LED strips in the front footwell area on both the driver and passenger side of your vehicle. The 4-piece kit includes everything you need to install LED strips in the front and rear footwell areas on both the driver and passenger side of your vehicle. This kit is very universal in nature and can be tapped into any 12V power source that you would like when installing.

Any questions email us at [email protected]

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The kit is designed to be installed with the cigarette lighter power. The kit requires 12V + and - so you can wire it in any configuration you would like, however, we do not recommend adding extra load to the dome light dimmer switch as it is a somewhat fragile component in most vehicles.

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It has to be a tight fit, so you do have to make sure you have it on there head-on. I usually just wiggle the bit a bit to get it just a hair bigger if it's too tight.

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I'd go with the 6000k, a nice ice white, not too much blue like the 8000k would be (to me).

There are a couple of customer uploaded pictures showing both on our website under the customer product images on the switchback page.

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not sure on a good spot to mount the sensor? I have the bundle behind the center console.. switch mounted on the piece of trim under parking brake
Wherever you mount the sensor is at your discretion. Some people let it hang down under the dash. Some people will mount it up into the air vents, I've seen some people mount theirs coming out the side of the radio. If you don't like the sensor, you can always upgrade to our RF remote. no sensor required.

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Thanks for your question! By using a SPDT switch instead of the SPST one that comes with the kit, you can essentially do it like this. We recommend this change only by those with electrical experience, since you will need to locate the door or map light wire and run that wire to your new switch. Please see our diagram here- the actual wiring is quite simple. If you would like a SPDT switch instead of a SPST LED switch, please just let us know after checkout. Thanks!

 

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hi there - had a question about this:

http://www.gencoupe.com/diode-dynam...nstall-everything-included-2.html#post1428862

i want to have the same functionality as the poster above - have the lights turn on/off with the doors and have the remote be able to turn them back on.

do you have a revised image of the one you created for this? that looks like the standard way of wiring... is there one specifically that uses the SPDT switch you mentioned that's wired to the dome light & whatever else it needs to go to? :p thanks so much :)
I'm not quite sure what you are asking. If you wire the footwell this way. The toggle switch functions by alternating between two power supplies.

-Garrick
 
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