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Arrow Toyota Footwell LED Kit! RGB Multicolor & Single Color Kits! Control w/Phone App!


Looking to add a fresh look to your Toyota's interior? Footwell LEDs are the way to do it! By adding bright LED strips under your dash, you can add a lot to the look of your vehicle.

Diode Dynamics has been producing and designing easy-to-install LED kits for nearly a decade, and this kit is no exception. We have designed new LED strips to be used in this kit, which are highly flexible, IP67-waterproof, and long-lasting. This kit also uses our RGB Multicolor products, which are controlled by the included remote! You can change the color to fit your mood.


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Included in the kit:
  • 2 (two) 30-5050 SMD Strips (flexible and IP67 waterproof)
  • Wiring harness for easy installation
  • 2 (two) quick-splices for installation
  • LED Toggle switch in your choice of LED color
  • RGB Controller Box with RF and 4 outputs
  • Remote Control (choose Standard RF or upgrade to WiFi or Bluetooth Smartphone Controller)
  • 4 (four) zip-ties and 3M outdoor adhesive pads for mounting strips
  • 3-year Diode Dynamics worry-free full warranty
  • 30-day satisfaction guarantee

Also included with rear footwell option:
  • 2 (two) additional 30-5050 SMD Strips (flexible and waterproof)
  • 2 (two) 3-meter (ten-foot) extension wires
  • Additional zip-ties and adhesive pads


Any questions email us at contact@diodedynamics.com or call: (314) 205-3033

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Not a good sign that there are 25 deleted replies in this thread. If you don't want comments, you might have a moderator lock the thread.

Anyway - I was curious about this and installation in a new Focus - http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/m...-lighting.html - I asked some questions on your website, but didn't get any reply.

Remaining questions:
  • Your installation video mentions wiring a sensor into the HVAC duct. I assume this is for an IR remote, but as I understand it, this kit uses an RF remote and this would no longer be required. Please confirm.
  • What "package" (5050, 3128) are you using for the RGB cupholder LED's? I just don't want the LED's to be so dim that I can't notice them if I wire them in parallel with the footwell LED's and dim the footwell LED's down.
  • Is there any easy way to wire in an ambient lighting sensor with these so that the lights only come on when BOTH the parking lights are on AND it is dark inside the car?
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Not a good sign that there are 25 deleted replies in this thread. If you don't want comments, you might have a moderator lock the thread.

Anyway - I was curious about this and installation in a new Focus - http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/m...-lighting.html - I asked some questions on your website, but didn't get any reply.

Remaining questions:
  • Your installation video mentions wiring a sensor into the HVAC duct. I assume this is for an IR remote, but as I understand it, this kit uses an RF remote and this would no longer be required. Please confirm.
  • What "package" (5050, 3128) are you using for the RGB cupholder LED's? I just don't want the LED's to be so dim that I can't notice them if I wire them in parallel with the footwell LED's and dim the footwell LED's down.
  • Is there any easy way to wire in an ambient lighting sensor with these so that the lights only come on when BOTH the parking lights are on AND it is dark inside the car?
Thanks in advance!!!
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The footwell kits now include an RF controller (no more IR sensor to worry about / still updating the thread listings)

The RGB Cupholder acrylic uses 5050-sized LEDs, they are plenty bright, and can be dimmed with the same RF Controller

You can wire with any 12V source and ground to have them come on as you desire. It's a universal kit, so installation can be done a variety of ways.

Feel free to give us a call if you have any other questions: (314) 205-3033

We are happy to help, and respond to emails within 24-hours during the week

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Thanks - that answered everything except the ambient lighting sensor.

I understand automotive wiring pretty well - at least from a car stereo or fog light type installation.

I'm not sure where I would get an ambient light sensor module and how to wire it in if I wanted the lights only on when it was dark in the car, but it's not a huge deal if the lights are on the few times that I might have the parking lights on in daylight.

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Thanks - that answered everything except the ambient lighting sensor.

I understand automotive wiring pretty well - at least from a car stereo or fog light type installation.

I'm not sure where I would get an ambient light sensor module and how to wire it in if I wanted the lights only on when it was dark in the car, but it's not a huge deal if the lights are on the few times that I might have the parking lights on in daylight.
For ease of install, I'd tap into a source that comes on with your parking lights or low-beams rather than spending money on additional components that achieve essentially the same effect. You could just tap into a constant 12V source and install a switch so you can turn it on/off as needed.

Again, it's a universal kit, so you have a variety of options

I don't have a recommendation for an ambient lighting sensor, but if you send an email to: contact@diodedynamics.com we can provide more suggestions

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Is there a way to get this product to work with the dome light so that the kit turns on when the doors open?

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Is there a way to get this product to work with the dome light so that the kit turns on when the doors open?
Of course!

If you tap the positive 12V wire for your dome light, and a ground, the LED strips will come on and off with your dome light location.

We don't have instructions available for this procedure, but it can be done fairly easily.

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