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HID startup II

Starting and warmup of a Philips 35 watt D2R Automotive Xenon-Metal Halide HID lamp with the reflector removed. This type of lamp is commonly used for headlights in luxury vehicles such as Mercedes, BMW, or Lexus. Automotive Metal Halide lamps are commonly called "xenon lamps" due to the presence of xenon gas used to fill the arc tube. The xenon gas allows these lamps to provide a minimally adequate amount of light upon startup. If this lamp was filled with argon instead as is commonly done in street lamps or other stationary HID lamps; it would take several minutes for it to reach full brightness vs 30 seconds.


 


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100W HID The brightest road registered car in the world 82,000 Lumens
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How to Install HIDs [Conversion Kit] DIY
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HID Headlights: What They Are & How They Work
Learn about car HID headlights in this educational video as we discuss what HID headlights are, how they work, and why you want them for your car. Sonic Electronix carries a wide range of HID head lights and HID head light accessories. Check them out here! http://www.sonicelectronix.com/cat_i1204_hid-headlight-kits.html





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Philips HID conversion kits [Xenon] show room in Guangzhou
We are Philips HID kits exlusive agent in China. We are looking for distributors worldwide!! Inquiry Email: philipshid@gmail.com www.hokar.com





6000LM (2x3000LM) Led Lights vs 35W 4300K HID Ballast Headlights
Please visit my website for more information: http://2allbuyer.auctivacommerce.com/Lighting-C330596.aspx?sid=35045 Another video comparing the 3000LM led lights (total 6000LM) with the 35w HID ballast headlights under the street flood lights (not in total darkness). The effect still fascinating. You can visit my store at www.2allbuyer.com for more information.





Morimoto vs. Philips D2S HID Headlight Bulb Comparison from TheRetrofitSource.com
Morimoto vs. Philips light bulbs: an overview of the similarities, differences, and a performance stress test. The equipment shown is the Morimoto 5000K D2S 35w bulb on the left, and the Philips 85122+ 35w D2S bulb on the right, both powered by the Morimoto 35w digital ballasts from TRS. This video helps to illustrate that cost does not always evenly equate to quality, so whereas the Philips bulbs are very high quality, the Morimoto units for half the price offer better value.





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VVME 4300K HID Installation and Evaluation
This is an initial install/eval of a VVME HID (High Intensity Discharge lighting) retrofit kit. The HID capsules are rated at 4300K (color temperature) which is "OEM" white. The Bi-Xenon operation involves using a solenoid to retract and tilt the capsules within the reflector to operate as high beams. I do not recommend turning the HID's on and off rapidly as it will wear out the salts inside the capsule. The kit was installed solely for demonstration and exhibition purposes. I do not recommend 5000K or higher color temperatures due to the blue color and the reduced luminous efficiency. The higher the color temperature, the less light output there is since you are now closing in on the UV spectrum with less visible light. Unless you are the Predator and can see UV radiation with a visor or naked eyes, stick with maximum visible light. The 4300K HIDs will produce up to 3200 lumens / 222 MSCD and this is similar to what the OEMs use at the factory.





How to: Upgrade From a Plug n Play HID kit to a High Performance Headlight Projector Retrofit
The four main components required to upgrade from a plug n play HID kit to a full xenon or bi-xenon retrofit are gone over here. The projector: the key component that collects and focuses the intense light from the bulb into a proper beam pattern. The D2S bulb: standard bulb type for all high performance HID projectors The AMP/D2S adapters: the converter cables that allow you to run a D2S bulb with a set of existing "HID kit" / aftermarket ballasts. the Projector: focuses the light from the bulb into a strong, uniformly lit beam pattern with a proper upper light cutoff line to light up the road perfectly. The most important part! D2S bulb: required bulb type for use in true xenon/bi-xenon headlight projectors. You cannot re-use your generic 9006, h1, h4, (etc) HID kit bulbs and expect a good output. AMP/D2S ballast adapters: convert your generic HID kit ballasts for compatibility with the base of the D2S bulbs. The shrouds or bezels: simply put, the trim piece that covers the projector after it has been retrofitted into your headlights. Our OEM designs make for a finished, factory look.





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