Our Infinitybox system is designed to control about anything electrical in your car, truck or custom vehicle. Here’s an example of wiring tail lights manufactured by Digi-Tails.
Digi-Tails makes a very broad range of LED tail light assemblies for a full range of vehicles. If you’re building it, they probably have a kit for your car. This includes Mustangs, Camaros, Tri-Fives, MOPAR and most anything else. They make traditional and sequential kits. You can check out their full product line here.
Wiring their kits with your 10-Circuit or 20-Harness from Infinitybox couldn’t be simpler. The bottom line is you wire their assemblies just like you would wire the traditional tail lights that came with your car. They have a wire for the parking lights, the left turn signal and the right turn signal. You connect those wires to the same outputs on the rear POWERCELL. Connect your MASTERCELL input wires to the turn signal stalk and the brake pedal and you’re ready to go.
Digi-Tails tries to match the original wiring colors in the OEM harness to their wiring. Depending on the kit you have from them, the wires for the turn signals and running lights may be a different color. Here’s how you want to match your POWERCELL output wires to their wires.
- Their Driver Side Tail Lights or Driver Side Turn Signal should connect to the LEFT TURN SIGNAL from your rear POWERCELL. In most Infinitybox kits, this is the brown wire but always check your configuration sheet.
- Their Passenger Side Tail Lights or Passenger Side Turn Signal should connect to the RIGHT TURN SIGNAL from your rear POWERCELL. In most Infinitybox kits, this is the violet wire but always check your configuration sheet.
- Their Running Lights wire should connect to the PARKING LIGHT output from your rear POWERCELL. In most Infinitybox kits, this is the yellow wire but always check your configuration sheet.
The only real difference when wiring a Digi-Tails tail light panel is that they need a constant 12-volt power feed to power the electronics on their LED board. In most of their kits this is the orange wire going to each tail light assembly. Check their manual for the specifics of your kit. You can easily do this with one of our POWERPLUG 12-volt accessories. This simply plugs into one of the unused power ports on your rear POWERCELL. It has an integrated fuse holder to properly protect the wire against getting shorted to ground. In this case, we’d recommend fusing that wire with a 5-amp fuse. You can learn more about the POWERPLUG at this link.
When using the Digi-Tails tail lights, you want to use the MASTERCELL inputs for 1-filament. By doing this, you are setting the system to manage the turn-signals and the brake lights together on the same outputs. This link will take you to an older blog post that talks about our different turn signal options.
Here is a simple diagram that shows you how to connect the outputs from your rear POWERCELL to any of the Digi-Tails tail light kits.
Contact our technical support group if you have questions about wiring your Digi-Tails with our Infinitybox system.