Xenon HID Light Bulbs

One of the bases on which xenon HID bulbs can be categorized is the colour spectrum in which they function. Another is on the basis of the configuration of the xenon HID bulbs and their beams. The colour spectrum of Xenon HID Light Bulbs is measured on a Kelvin temperature scale, ranging from 4300 to 20000. The colour of the bulbs changes from yellow to purple as they move higher up the Kelvin scale. Based on the beam configuration, xenon HID bulbs belong to single beam, hi/lo, telescopic and bi-xenon kits. Single beam kits have a single xenon HID bulb and ballast for each headlight. The xenon HID bulbs in these are generally used for low beam operations. H1 HID kit and HID kit H7 are examples of single beam HID kits for cars. Hi/lo kits have 2 xenon HID bulbs and 2 normal bulbs with 1 pair of ballasts. The xenon HID bulbs are used for low beam operation, while the normal bulbs are used for high beam. H4 xenon HID is an example of this type. Telescopic kits use 2 xenon HID bulbs for the 2 headlights, but the light from the xenon HID bulbs can be adjusted from low beam to high beam. H4 xenon HID is an example of this kind of xenon HID kits. Bi-xenon kits have 2 pairs of xenon HID bulbs and ballasts, for both low beam and high beam operation.

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