Our CrystaLux G11 Series LED Headlight & Fog Light Bulbs use the latest technologies available in an automotive LED bulb. The beam has adjustable 360° ring using the included allen key (or ball bearing collar assembly). Single beam bulbs utilize 3 LatticeBright HGL3 LED chips per side while the low/high beam bulbs utilize 6 LED chips per side. The HGL3 diodes are tiny and focus the light output with a uniform temperature (6000K). This offers a brighter bulb (lumen) with the perfect amount of illuminance (lux). The smaller diodes mimics a halogen bulbs light pattern which prevents glare or interference to other drivers.
The double sided copper PCBs offer more direct and efficient thermal conduction than traditional LED bulbs as they make contact with a thermal silicon pad. Double ball bearing fans help dissipate the heat transferred from the PCBs. The aluminum body also provides more surface area to radiate the heat away.
The smaller driver offers an easy installation for most vehicles. An aluminum cover provides better heat dissipation, EMC and anti-interference.
Voltage (In): DC 9V-32V
LED Chipset: LatticeBright HGL3 LED Chips
Color Temperature: 6000K
Operating Temperature: -40°F ~ 240°F
PCB Material: Double-Sided Copper
Operating Life: >30,000 Hours
Available Bulb Sizes: Single: H7, H8, H9, H10, H11, 9005. Hi/Lo: H4
Warranty: Includes 1 a year warranty against manufacturer defects
CANBUS ANTI-FLICKER RESISTORS
Some newer vehicles may require a CANBUS anti-flicker resistor (also called a decoder) as the LEDs use less current then typical halogen lights. This can cause lights to either flicker or go out. The CANBUS Anti-Flicker Resistors place a load on the line and let your computer know your headlights are not out. You may not require the CANBUS anti-flicker resistors. You only need to add/install these if you experience issues with your headlight turning off and/or flickering.
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You may experience interference on your radio when running LED or HID products. This is a very common occurrence and an easy solution (if you have some interference on your radio) is to clip on some ferrite cores. These are available on amazon (Link)