Oracle Single Color and ColorSHIFT Switches and Remote Controllers
Unless you already have your own switch or remote control, you're definitely going to need some way of controlling your Halo headlights, DRLs, fog lights or other lighting accessories.
Select from single color switches and remote controllers or, if you have ColorSHIFT lighting accessories, you will need a ColorSHIFT remote controller unless you purchased a Dynamic ColorSHIFT product, which is controlled by your smart phone.
All switches and remote controllers are universal, meaning they work for any Make, Model or Year vehicle. More details about the kinds of switches and remotes can be found below the products on this page. There is one section and video on single color remotes and another section and video about ColorSHIFT remotes.
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The most popular ColorSHIFT remote controller, the BC1 allows you to control your ColorSHIFT lights with your smart phone. No more worrying about l...View full details
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Single Color LED or Plasma Controllers
If you purchase single color vehicle lighting products, whether they are LED or Plasma, you will need to use one of the following devices to control your lights:
This single color LED or Plasma switch installs in your dashboard. Available in a variety of colors to match the color of your lights, it illuminates when your lighting accessory is turned on. It is pre-wired but does require you to drill a 16mm hole in your dashboard.
Take you single color LED or Plasma lighting to the next level with this wireless remote controller. It allows you to control a single Oracle lighting accessory with the keychain-size remote control. In addition to being a simple on/off switch it also can perform the following functions:
This single color LED or Plasma controller is exactly the same as the above-mentioned Oracle Multifunction Remote Controller with one important improvement ... Rather than only being able to control a single lighting device, this remote lets you control 2 different lighting accessories independently from your remote.
Check out the Oracle Lighting video, below, for more information on their single color controller options:
ColorSHIFT Remote Controllers
If you purchased any ColorSHIFT product except for Dynamic ColorSHIFT, you will need to use one of the following remotes to control your lights:
This entry-level early version controller communicates with a simple infrared remote, allowing you to change between 24 colors and 9 color changing modes. A dimmer is included that lets you change the brightness from 0% to 100% and there are 16 levels of dynamic speed modes. It is important to note that the control unit is not waterproof. It MUST be mounted inside your vehicle.
This RGB lighting controller packs a lot of punch in a small package. With it, you can control a variety of functions; and it can also operate with Home-Link Technology. It includes buttons to change colors, cycle strobe patterns, initiate "breathing mode" and, of course, turn your lighting accessories on and off. It also has a 7 color changing mode that can be sped up or slowed down with the remote.
A very comprehensive controller, the Oracle ColorSHIFT 2.0 controller allows you to program an almost endless number of colors and functions that can be saved in the unit's memory. Not only is there an infrared remote for the operator, but the control box, itself, has controls on it that can be used without the remote and it even has an LED indicator window on it so that you can see what color LEDs the unit is currently displaying.
The most popular ColorSHIFT remote controller, the BC1 allows you to control your ColorSHIFT lights with your smart phone. No more problems with lost remotes!
Check out the Oracle Lighting video, below, for more information on their ColorSHIFT controller options: