What are xenon high-intensity-discharge headlights ?
Xenon high-intensity-discharge headlights employ xenon gas to produce a slightly bluish light, up to three times brighter than halogen headlights.
Technically a high-intensity-discharge (HID) light, xenon headlights are named for the inert gas they employ to amplify light produced by electricity jumping between two electrodes. HID lights don't use a filament, as do incandescent headlights, and they tend to last two to three times longer. They also provide much more uniform intensity.
1. Color temperature: 6000K
2. Output: 35W
3. Starting voltage: 23kV
4. Luminous: 2, 800 ± 200LM
5. Life: 3, 000 hours
6. Maximum output power: 80 ± 17W
7. Steady state output volts: 85 ± 17V
8. Striking voltage: 23, 000V
1. Input Voltage: 9~16v (12v)
2. Rated Voltage: 13.5v
3. Max Start Voltage: 23kv
4. Max Input Current: 3.5A
5. Output Power: 35w
6. Working Temperature: -40º C - +105º C
7. Power Efficiency: Reach 83%
8. Built-in Starter/Igniter
9. Waterproof, Dustproof ,Weatherproof, Shockproof
10. Lifetime over 3,500 Hrs.
The Color Temperature of the HID Bulbs
3000K - Ultra Yellow (Fog light)
4300K - Light Yellow
6000K -Ultra White (Most Popular)
8000K -Crystal Blue (More Popular)
10000K -Aqua Blue
Our HID lights promote safety by providing a better overall view of the roadway and the ability to see upcoming objects quickly and more clearly
The ballast matches lamps as H1, H3, H4, H4 (H/L), H7, H8, H9, H10, H11, H13, D2, 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007, 881