A new range of 100 per cent brighter xenon HID upgrade bulbs offers a fresh profit opportunity for garages, Ring Automotive has said.
The company asserted that technicians can now offer the improved driving experience to drivers.
Compared to a standard xenon HID, they put up to 100 per cent more light on the road, to get more illumination exactly where the driver needs it.
Improved visibility and reduced eye strain
This improved visibility makes it easier to see hazards, reduces eye strain, and, when combined with the high colour temperature of xenon HIDs, gives excellent reflections from signs and road markings, the company has said.
Carl Harrison, xenon HID bulb product manager at Ring, said: “Getting more light on the road in a precise beam pattern will improve visibility – making it easier to see hazards and reducing eye strain.
“100 per cent brighter xenon HIDs from Ring are engineered to give a very bright beam that focuses light in the best position on the road ahead.
“It’s a simple upgrade for drivers that can make a big difference to their driving experience.
“Vehicle lighting is a critical safety component, and investing in high quality, genuine replacement bulbs is essential to ensure that the beam pattern and lumen output meets the legal limits.”
HIDs use OEM technology and are ISO accredited
Ring’s xenon HIDs are E marked and use OEM technology to provide exceptional light output, and are tested in Ring’s ISO:9001-accredited beam laboratories.
Ring advises that xenon HID bulbs should be replaced every three years, as the light output drops gradually over time.
As the bulbs will still illuminate and appear white, this may not be noticed by the driver.
Xenon HID bulbs should always be replaced in pairs to ensure a colour match between the headlamps.
The new bulbs are available in D1S (blister pack: RU85402100, boxed: R85402100) and D2S (blister pack: RU85122100, boxed: R85402100) references from Ring stockists nationwide.
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