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The LED headlight will replace the HID xenon Headlight?

The LED headlight will replace the HID xenon Headlight?

Recently ,the led headlight for auto is becoming very hot.

Do you think the led headlight will replace the HID xenon headlight ?

LED Headlight features as below:
1:High power, High brightness,strong pentrating power.
2esigned to last 80,000 hours!
3:No warm up time!
4:No relays to run, get a true plug and play high / low setup.
5:Ballasts are solid aluminum with a built in fan.
6:Low voltage protection, high precision constant current driver chip.
7:True Plug-N-Play Conversion Kit.
8:Safe for headlight and fog light, won't melt the housing and runs cooler than 9:stock Halogen bulbs & HID bulbs.
10:1800-3000 LM light output
11:Fits into existing headlights or fog lights, no modification or retrofitting required.
12:Bulb lifespan of 5 to 10 years.
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-27-2013, 04:14 PM
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I will copy and paste what I said on the hyundai forum

the problem with LED lights in the headlight housing is that the light outputted by these single emitter LEDs are DIRECTIONAL.

Where as a xenon bulb is multi diretctional

The beam patter that these LED lights put out will not work as well with the xenon or halogen reflectors and projectors and shields that are in the cars of today.

I do believe one day LEDs will take over xenon and halogen in auto lighting but it still hasn't happened yet.

Its still expensive and considered a luxury.

Many new luxury cars are using LED headlights that are just as bright as xenons. But the systems are designed based on the LED bulbs.

Retrofiting a LED bulb into a xenon headlight housing isn't going to give you the same result.

Plus to be honest I haven't seen a LED headlight beside a xenon side by side to see which one puts out more light.

I know that LED tech has already gone to the level where the effiency (lumen per watt) has already exceeded xenon or halogen. But many of that tech still hasn't been integrated into headlights yet. There haven't been many LED projectors or reflectors out in the market.

I've seen some single or quad diode LED emitters that put out over 10,000 lumens with just around 30 watts of power.

Its crazy!
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The LEDs is COB which has much power and high lumens.

I think it will replace the xenon. it will be a trend on auto lighting.


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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-12-2013, 06:58 AM
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COB leds do have high power and lots of lumens but they are also big LEDs and you still don't have a way to AIM the leds.

All factory cars with LEDs now are running at least 4 or more LEDs. Each with its own projector.



The complications of a full LED headlight




I'm actually curious of stock LED systems actually throw out more light compared to 35watt xenons. And if they can come close to 55watt xenons.
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There are some pictures 3000lumens H4 hi/low light output.
VS Halogen bulb .
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