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Offers the beam control of a halogen lamp with the low power consumption and durability of an LED lamp.
LEDs offer several advantages over their halogen counterparts including very low power consumption, compact size and durability.
Unlike most LED lamps currently on the market that aim LED straight out, the 530 lamps aim the LEDs at the reflector. This orientation of the light source allows for far better beam control and output.
Combing the high output LEDs with a computer designed multi-surface reflector gives a true high performace fog pattern in a lightweight, durable lamp that requires a fraction of the power used by a comperable halogen lamp.
Bulb type: two 3 watt LED bulbs, 6000 Kelvin
Kit includes two lamps, wiring harness, relay and switch.
Excellent output for a couple LED lights
I installed these in about an hour with some basic handtools. I use them primarily as auxiliary lights during the day. At night when I have used them the light output has been incredible. There are a few roads around my place that are dark, not a single street light on them. My high beams barely light up the street but with these on, I can see all the way down the street.
June 24, 2013
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Larry C:With the stock brackets you need a mounting surface that is at right angles to the direction of travel. The brackets do not allow for rotation of the lamp housing. Some forward or backwards tilt of the mounting point is allowable, but with the stock bracket mounted you must be able to adjust the bracket so that the two lamp mounting holes are parallel to the ground. These are true fog lamps so there is a sharp cut-off at the top of the beam. The good part of that is there is no wasted light. The bad part is that the mounting is more critical.Feb 15, 2014
Budi Sujanto H asked:As Larry C answered that these lights have sharp cut-off on top of the beam, but he refer it also as "true fog lamps", not the "driving light", I wonder what is the case in "Driving Light". Does it also have cut off on top of the beam?Mar 29, 2014