Wanna Dimmer belongs to the WannaX family. The module is an electronic dimming relay ("high beam relay") with input for a non-latching pushbutton. Pressing the pushbutton causes switching between the high and low beam. The outputs are designed for lamp power up to 60 W (H4) in continuous operation (2-filament bulbs with 55 W / 60 W). Normally motorcycles do not have a dimming relay, which is why considerable power losses occur on the cables between the front headlight and the changeover switch.
With a dimming relay, extremely thin cable diameters from the switch to the relay can be used without reducing the light output.
Market price (of competing products with comparable characteristics):
There are currently only multi-channel "switch boxes" (electronic central controls) for several hundred euros, with which you can switch between high and low beam via push button.
Switch inputs for non-latching push-buttons
Extremely thin cable cross-sections for connecting the button
Load with 2-filament bulbs up to H4 (55 W / 60 W) without power loss on cables (brighter light)
Very small dimensions and low weight
Fully sealed product (waterproof)
Smaller and more flexible than expensive multichannel switch boxes
Protection against all possible wiring errors
Reasonable pricing through lot sizes related to the whole WannaX family
Size cylinder: diameter 28 mm x 15 mm (embedded encapsulation)
Weight: <20 g (including potting and cable)
Voltage range: 6 - 14 V
Output current: max. 50/60 W (1 x 5.2 A @ 13.8 V) continuous operation
Inputs: Pushbutton (non-latching) with connection to the chassis (vehicle ground).
If the flashing lights are originally connected to a BCM or a CANbus controller, WannaCator can be used, but it can be expected with DTCs and error displays.