Price: Contact us
HID lights is HID Xenon Light, most of them are actually metal halide lamps that contain Xenon gas, which is only used to allow the lamp to produce a minimal amount of light immediately after power-up, in order to accelerate the (much longer) run-up time of the lamp. The distinctive blueish color separates HID headlamps from the regular lamps with tungsten filaments.Even though they give a greater amount of light output per amount of electricity power input, and the luminous efficacy transforms a greater proportion of their radiation is visible light as opposed to heat, HID H lights are still mostly used in low-beam operations and very rarely on high-beam lamps, even though the proportion varies by the geographical area. For example, when comparing international ECE standard (which is recognized all over the world) with the SAE standard (mandatory only in the United States) we can see that in the US more glare is permitted and actually required for the headlamps. In other words, the reason most HID Xenon Kits sell in America might not be the buying power but the permissive legislation. Because of the energy required to run a HID headlight, the HID bulbs do not run on low-voltage DC current, so they require a power pack (ballast) with either an external or internal ignitor, which controls the current given to the bulb. Considering automobiles use a 12-volt electrical system for their lamps and the HID 90 lighting requires over 20,000 volts to ignite the bulbs and then 85 volts to keep them running, the ballast is a necessary part of the system.
the arc will not flicker. The main advantage of HID D headlamps is the increased safety provided by the more usable light compared to regular Halogen ones.
Reliable off-road vision is a cornerstone of vehicular safety – it goes without saying that being able to see where you’re going makes a world of difference. Modern LED technologies have made this safety accessible to everyone.
LED Conversion Kits have plug-and-play installation and produce between 4000 – 8000 lumens while using less wattage than stock halogen bulbs. They also last up to 10x longer than incandescent bulbs, with a massive difference in brightness.