October 18, 2017

Choosing the Right LED Lamp for the Car

Based on its use, modification lamp specialist describes several types of standard LED lights and their designation for the car as follows LED T10 best led headlights and bulb kits. T10 with standard size can be used for all cars with a width of 10 mm socket, usually, T10 is often used as a light (sein, writing, flickering, etc.), dashboard panel lights, twilight lights, and number plate lights. The choices are diverse, there are 1 eye, 3 eyes, 5 eyes, 9 eyes, 12 eyes, 18 eyes, and 21 eyes. Various types are SMD 5050, SMD 5630, SMD 3528, and SMD 1210. T20 measuring 20 mm is specially designed European cars as lights sein, back, and brake.

Car cabin lights do not require very bright lighting, enough to light up just reading a book or looking for a dime that falls. The surface mount device type (SMD) with thin white, bright, and clean lighting is the most suitable. For the market itself is available a wide selection of sizes ranging from the smallest (3×3 LED SMD 5050) to the largest (8×3 SMD 5050). For those of you who are confused to choose this type of light for your vehicle, we provide many choices of best led headlights and conversion kits.

Angel Eyes. This type of LED is more dedicated to the modification as colorful lighting accessories. The round shape around the car’s main light will create a modern impression and trend. FloodLight (Highlight), This type of highlight light is specific to the headlamp. The lamp itself is a type of High Power LED that is energy efficient, able to provide bright white color. LED 1156. Socket 1156 one metal-based connector, used for sein, backward on the car. LED 1157. Socket 1157 two metal-based connectors, used for car brake lights. LEDs are designed to focus light and can be directed to a specific location without the use of external reflectors, achieving higher efficiency than conventional lighting applications. A well-designed LED lighting system can provide more efficient light to the desired location. LEDs are ideal for operation under cold and low-temperature outdoor settings. For fluorescent lights, low temperatures can affect operations and present a challenge but LED lighting operates well in cold settings, for example for outdoor winter settings.

Steven D Lawson

Steven D Lawson