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ADV NewsDenali DialDim: Unlock Advanced Lighting Features On Any ADV Bike

Denali DialDim: Unlock Advanced Lighting Features On Any ADV Bike

Universal and Plug-n-Play kits give you full control of the lights on your motorcycle.

Published on 03.03.2022

Denali has come out with a smart and easy way to take full control of the lights on your motorcycle through their recently released DialDim lighting controller. Best of all, it comes in both plug-n-play and universal install options.

The DialDim manages two independent light circuits from a single multi-color halo switch that controls on/off, dimming, and a host of other lighting features. Connect your high beam, horn, and turn signals to unlock smart features historically reserved for CANbus enabled vehicles. 

Besides turning lights on/off and dimming them, the controller can display the intensity of your lights, adjust the fuse values for each circuit, double as a battery monitor with a low-voltage cutoff, and more.

The DialDim Controller is truly universal and can be installed on any vehicle with a battery and lights. Moreover, plug-n-play harnesses are available for popular motorcycles like the Harley-Davidson Pan America 1250, Honda Africa Twin 1100, Yamaha Tenere 700, and Kawasaki KLR 650 Gen 3


Whether you install the DialDim on a new adventure bike or on your overlanding truck, you will enjoy full customization of two light sets from your fingertips with these unique features:

The controller allows you to independently turn on/off and dim two sets of auxiliary lights from a single consolidated wiring harness. It also features high beam, turn signal, and horn inputs to unlock intelligent flash features.
  • On/Off & Dim: Independently control two sets of lights on/off and intensity level using the single DialDim™ Switch. The blue halo controls light set one and the green halo controls light set two.
  • High/Low Synch: Auxiliary lights will automatically switch between your selected dim setting to full intensity with the factory high beam switch.
  • Stealth Mode: A clever 0% dim setting on the switch allows your lights to be “off” during normal driving conditions but will jump to 100% intensity with your vehicle high beam switch. The lights will also react to turn signal and horn inputs in this mode but will remain off when no inputs are detected.
  • Cancel With Turn Signal: When enabled, the main lights will cancel in sync with your signal to prevent “washing out” your factory turn signal. 
  • Flash as Turn Signal: When enabled your amber visibility lights will flash in sync with your factory turn signals. 
  • Strobe With Horn: When enabled your auxiliary lights on both circuits will strobe at 4Hz when you use the horn.
  • Electronically Fused Circuits: Both light circuits are electronically fused and can be set right from the switch itself.
  • Voltage Display Indicator: The switch halo will flash green to indicate a healthy battery voltage, or flash red to indicate a battery voltage that is below 11.8v.
  • Low Voltage Cutoff: If the battery voltage drops below 10.8v the lights will not power on preventing you from being stranded. 

Pricing for the Denali DialDim lightning controller starts at $199. For more information go to

Author: ADV Pulse Staff

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March 3, 2022 5:32 pm

Neat. I like gadgets like this seeing I always add aux. lights to all my bikes. My ADVmonster controller can adjust intensity/on/off and has high beam bypass but the Denali is more feature rich.


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