HID Xenon Bulbs

What is HID Bulbs? 
HID bulbs (High Intensity Discharge lamps), is a type of electrical gas-discharge bulbs. In automotive, halogen bulbs use filament to create light. However, HID bulbs don't have filament, they create light by mean of an enclosed gas-filled tube reacts to the spark created inside., The light intensive created are normally >3x greater than halogen while consuming less power.


What is Color Temperature of HID Bulbs?

Color temperature is purely a scale to measure the color of the light. The higher the value (degrees K) doesn't mean a higher light intensity. The reality is the higher up the K value the lamps are the less bright they become. The brightest shines are 4300K, 6000K and 8000K, amid 6000K is close to the sunlight and most comfortable to our eyes.



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