Introducing the all new AdMore Light Bar Pro, with Bluetooth and Smart Brake TechnologyTM, incorporating a sophisticated accelerometer sensor to detect rapid deceleration (from throttle release or downshifting) and will activate the Light Bar brake light automatically.
Enhance your safety and reduce the risk of a rear-end collision by having your AdMore Light Bar Pro illuminate even before you apply your brakes!
The AdMore Light Bar Pro comes pre-configured with the most popular options and settings and is ready to go out of the box. Customizing many of the functions and settings can be easily accomplished by using the AdMore App on your smart phone (available for download on iOS and Android).
What makes this AdMore Light Bar Pro unique?
Aluminum housing incorporating 81 unified, high intensity, bi-color (red/amber) Cree LEDs (plus 3 white LEDs) to provide tail light, brake light, progressive amber turn signals and white strobe when brakes are applied.
Sophisticated Bosch accelerometer sensor detects rapid deceleration of the motorcycle or scooter and automatically activates the Light Bar brake light
Super bright brake light
Brake light modulation
Center column contains 3 super bright amber LEDs with unique flashing pattern (strobe) in brake light mode
Eye-catching progressive amber turn signals
Works with hazard (4-way flasher) lights
Integrated super-bright white license plate light to accommodate mounting above license plate
A. All of our lighting products will make you much more visible to other drivers. The AdMore Light Bar Pro with Bluetooth onboard allows you to configure your light bar just how you want it. Here are some of the options that you can control from your smartphone using the free AdMore Connect app (iOS & Android):
Brake light modulation (number of flashes and flash rate)
Tail light brightness
Brake light brightness
Center-column strobe (on/off)
License plate LED (on/off)
Turn signal type (standard or sequential)
Hazard light mode
Q. What is the difference between the offset and straight bracket?
A. Both brackets are designed to easily install the light bar in the location of your choice. The offset bracket that comes with the Pro has been specifically designed for license plate installations. The offset bracket is designed to be mounted behind your license plate for a discrete, OEM-looking installation. The offset bracket is hidden behind your plate and also ensures that your light bar does not block any part of your license plate. The optional straight bracket is generally more suitable for non-license plate installations (e.g. flush mounted to a top box).
Q. Will the Light Bar fit on my bike?
A. Does your bike have a license plate? If “Yes” then it will fit!
Q. I have a late model motorcycle with a sophisticated ECU/CanBus system. Is the Light Bar Pro compatible?
A. Yes! We have designed the Light Bar Pro to be compatible with motorcycles that have a traditional 12V electrical system and also late model motorcycles with advanced CanBus electrical systems including (but not limited to) BMW, Ducati, Indian Motorcycle, KTM, and Moto Guzzi.
Q. Do I need anything else (e.g. resistors, diodes, CanBus decoder, etc.) to install the Pro on my bike?
A. No! The Pro comes with everything you need to install the Light Bar on your bike. No adapters, decoders, resistors or diodes are required!
Q. I ride an Indian Motorcycle with inverted turn signals. Will the Pro work on my bike?
A. Yes! The Pro is smart enough to detect inverted turn signal situations and will auto-adjust so that the turn signals on your Pro will work properly.
Q. What is the license plate LED for?
A. The license plate LED installed in the bottom of the Pro housing is designed to illuminate your license plate in those situations where mounting the Pro above your plate may partially or entirely block your OEM plate light. The Pro plate light can be turned on or off (default) using the AdMore Connect App.
Q. My bike doesn’t have Hazard Light functionality. Is there any way to put the Pro in Hazard mode?
A. Yes! Using the free AdMore Connect App (iOs & Android) you can access the App Dashboard and activate the Hazard lights on your Pro (of course if your bike already has Hazard light functionality then there is no need to access the App Dashboard for this as the Pro will automatically flash in Hazard light mode when you activate the Hazard lights on your bike).
Q. How difficult is it to install the Pro?
A. It’s easy! The Pro comes with detailed instructions and everything you need for a successful, professional installation. The physical installation of the Pro is easy with the included offset bracket and hardware. Tapping the 5 wires (Power, Ground, Brake, Left & Right Turn Signals) on your bike is also easy with the included premium wire tap connectors. Don’t know which wires to tap? Just reach out to us and we can help!
Q. Clear or Smoked lens? How do I decide?
A. It’s purely personal preference. Some people like vanilla ice cream and some like chocolate. Is one better than the other? Depends on who you ask. This may not be a perfect analogy since there is a slight difference in light output between the two units. Both are very bright but the smoked lens does cut down the light output by 10%-15%. If you have a black or dark-color bike, the smoked lens looks pretty cool!
Q. What is Procession Mode?
A. Procession Mode (released 07/21) allows you to put the Pro into a mode where the amber LEDs flash in a wig-wag mode (like you might see on a tow truck or maintenance vehicle) to get the attention of drivers coming up behind you. This mode is particularly useful when riding in a group. Procession Mode will be over-ridden every time you apply your brakes or a turn signal. The Pro will return to Procession Mode until you turn it off in the App or turn your bike off. Cool!
Q. How much is shipping for the Pro?
A. Just add the Pro to your Cart, enter your address on the Cart page and you will be shown shipping options and costs.
Q. Will my HEX ezCAN / Denali Smartcontroller work with the AdMore Pro?
A. Yes! You can use the HEX ezCAN to connect to any of our light kits. As the HEX ezCAN does not support turn signal functionality, if you want turn signals on your Pro, you will need to tap the left and right turn signal wires on your bike. All of our light kits include premium wire tap connectors that make it easy to tap your wires without damaging them.
For further information on using your HEX ezCAN / Denali Smartcontroller, please consult the user manual that came with your unit.
Q. Do I need to have a HEX ezCAN / Denali Smartcontroller / Can Opener to install the Pro on my late model BMW?
A. No! The AdMore Pro has been designed to work on all motorcycles including current motorcycles with sophisticated ECUs and CanBus systems. The Pro comes with five (5) premium wire tap connectors that allow you to easily and safely connect the Pro to your bike by simply creating a pin prick on each wire. The integrity of your wiring remains intact and the connection remains solid for many years.
Q. Do I need to cut any wires on my bike to install the Pro?
Bruce (verified owner) –
Requested wiring but colours did not match bike. Easy fix with test light. Works perfect, very pleased!
Anonymous (verified owner) –
good product, a bit overpriced.
DeeAnna W. (verified owner) –
Initial thoughts — Installation was straightforward on my Kawasaki W800 after I figured out how the wires in the bike’s wiring harness matched up with the wires for the light bar. The AdMore website has a color key that was very helpful.
I put the light bar above my license plate, since there was room for it there and the bar is a bit more protected from bumps in that location.
The “Positap” fasteners work well and are easy to use, although they’re a bit bulky. If space is tight under the seat, as it was on my bike, be sure to locate these fasteners in an area where there’s enough room.
The tail light (the lower intensity brake light when the brakes are not applied) is considerably larger and more noticeable than the stock tail light.
The progressive turn signals and the flashing brake light are extremely bright and hard to ignore! Very pleased about this. I have yet to test the accelerometer function (the feature that flashes the brake light when you decelerate without braking).