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The Truncated History of Auto Headlights

The Truncated History of Auto Headlights



Why LED Lights are Better than HID Lights

Why LED Lights are Better than HID Lights



Staying Safe with LED Headlights

Staying Safe with LED Headlights



Welcome to the VehiCode Blog

Welcome to the VehiCode Blog



How to find out right headlight bulbs for your vehicle?

How to find out right headlight bulbs for your vehicle?

Each car has different lights and therefore requires different bulbs. There's headlights, fog lights, brake lights, indicator lights, sidelights and interior lights - just to name a few!

Along with all of the different bulbs, there are also different fittings, depending on your vehicle make, year and model. A fitting refers to the shape and size of the base of the bulb in order for it to correctly fit your vehicle.



The insider's guide to thermal management of LED bulbs

The insider's guide to thermal management of LED bulbs

High power light-emitting diodes (LEDs) can use 350 milliwatts or more in a single LED. Most of the electricity in an LED becomes heat rather than light (about 70% heat and 30% light). If this heat is not removed, the LEDs run at high temperatures, which not only lowers their efficiency, but also makes the LED less reliable. Thus, thermal management of high power LEDs is a crucial area of research and development. It is necessary to limit the junction temperature to a value that will guarantee the desired LED lifetime.



How to find out headlight bulb number through vehicle owner's manual?

How to find out headlight bulb number through vehicle owner's manual?

This article explains the simple method to find out the model number of your headlight bulbs and installation steps from automobile user manual. The 2014 Chevrolet Spark Owner's Manual is used as the example.



How does LED produce light?

How does LED produce light?

An LED is a small light bulb that easily fits into an electrical circuit. These light bulbs do not get hot and they are illuminated by the constant movements of the electrons located in the semiconductor material. The average life of an LED is around 50,000 hours, and it surpasses the life of the typical halogen or HID bulb by several tens of thousands of hours.



The Complete Beginner's Guide To LED Headlight Bulbs

The Complete Beginner's Guide To LED Headlight Bulbs

Headlights are now standard on every car and buyers may need to replace them from time to time. This may be to upgrade the quality of the headlights, replace a broken headlight, or for purely aesthetic reasons.

There are many factors to consider when choosing headlights for a car. Firstly, Buyers need to understand the components of headlights, the difference between headlight bulb and sealed beam headlight, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of the different types of bulb. Secondly, buyers need to know how LED technology boosts the evolution of automobile headlights, and the factors affecting the quality of LED headlight bulbs when you choose to buy LED headlight bulbs.Thirdly, Buyers also need to ensure that the new LED headlight bulbs are compatible with their car and adhere to the law. Finally, buyers should consider how to convert to LED headlight bulbs to create optimum driving conditions.



What are the types of LED chip packages in the market?

What are the types of LED chip packages in the market?

Choosing an LED technology is like choosing the right winter coat to wear: there are different models that provide more or less features depending on what you might need. Once you decide the features you want from your LED, you can easily choose the package type accordingly.



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