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HID stands for High Intensity Discharge. It refers to lighting technology that relies on an electrical charge to ignite xenon gas contained in a sealed bulb. One great advantage of HID lighting is that it doesn't have a filament but instead creates light by igniting an arc between two electrodes. HID lights get their name from the intense white light produced by the electrical discharge. Halogen bulb which has filament has a lifespan of about 250 hours (1 year) , HID bulbs are gas filled capsules that are rated for a life of 2500-3000 hours (3 to 5 years). Another fact is that they use only 35 watts of electricity, while your stock Halogen bulbs requires 55 watts.
Shockproof and Waterproof Ballast
Our ballasts are the most reliable and resilient of all the ballasts in the market, but also have a lower wattage requirements than others. If you purchase a kit with a separate igniter box, it does not have the strength or durability of our ballast. Not only they take up more room in your engine bay but are prone to burn outs, surges, and just start dying out of nowhere. Our ballast is not only shock-proof but it is also waterproof as well. We are so confident about our product, we put our ballast to the test by submerging the ballast in water while it is on. Our Ballast are backed by a replacement warranty of 1 year from date of purchase.
HID Xenon Bulbs
HID lights get their name from the intense white light produced by electrical discharge. HID lamps are also called xenon lamps referring to a gas inside the lamps. HID Lights are currently used in most sports arenas, stadiums and trains around the world. Don't be fooled by the Xenon Bulbs that sell for $20 at any retail shop. They produce a very scattered and artificial light that are less bright than normal halogens. They are no match for the intensity, purity, and efficiency of High Intensity Discharge Headlights.
- Includes Ballast, Bulb, and Wiring Harness to convert your headlamps to HID
True Plug-N-Play HID Conversion Kit
Brighter driving vision at night
- 3 Times Brighter than Halogen Bulbs
Fits into existing headlights or fog lights, no modification or retrofitting required
Nice color output with a hint of blue or purple (6000K Kit and higher)
35W power consumption compare to 55W halogen bulbs
Bulb Lifespan of 3 to 5 years
ISO9001 Certification and European E-Mark for 100% guaranteed product quality
- Ballast has shut off mode, to prevent a fire or damages if a glitch occurred
Ballast and Bulbs is Waterproof and Shockproof
Waterproof connectors and grommets
1 Year Warranty on Bulbs and Ballast
Note: The higher the Kelvin (K) rating, the more blue or purple the light output will be. As the K rating goes up, light output goes down. We recommend HID bulbs ranging 5000K to 8000K.
Slim Ballast Information
The 35W Slim Ballast is a new technology that makes the HID Ballast 4 times smaller then the original size. The Slim Ballast can achieve its small size due to separate igniter that is attached to the ballast, allowing the ballast to be only .5" thick. Slim Ballast is ideally for people who wants to install HID into their vehicle but have a very tight location or used in fog lights, which can be mounted in the bumper due to the lightness of the ballast. The Slim Ballast only measure 3.25" wide, 2.5" in length, and .5" thick.
Dimension: (L) 2.5" x (W) 3.25" x (H) .5"
Canceller Cable Information
The canceller cable is known to get rid of the flickering issues or headlamp error light issue. This issue is known on most European cars (BMW/BENZ/AUDI) and now has occur on some American cars (CHRYSLER/DODGE/JEEP). The reason behind this is due to the halogen bulb being 55W and the HID bulb being 35W. Therefore, when an HID Conversion kit is installed into the vehicle, the car ECU detect the lights running at 35W instead of the normal 55W. Two things will happen when it detect this. 1. When running at 35W, the ECU thinks the light bulb on one side is broken and cut down on the power it sends to the headlight, causing the HID to flicker because there is not enough power. 2. It will cause a headlight error light on the dash because it think 1 side of the headlight is broken. One or both of these issue will occur. The canceller cable will plug inline with the ballast (Plug and Play harness). The canceller cable will trick the ECU into thinking that the HID is running at 55W, when it is really running at 35W. This will trick the ECU into thinking that both side of the headlights are working fine and will allow the ECU to give the headlights full power to run properly, which will get rid of the flickering issue and error light issue. This harness is safe and will not damage any ECU or electrical wiring.
Battery Relay Harness Information
The HID Battery Relay Harness is used to connect the HID Conversion Kit directly to the car battery and is suggested for vehicle that does not provide enough startup power for the HID Kit. The Battery Relay Harness will draw power directly from your vehicle battery instead of your factory wiring. Which is more safe for your vehicle and helps protect your factory wiring and also extend the life of the hid ballast. The harness connects to the factory OEM socket and does not require any cutting or splicing, using the OEM connections will allow you to turn on and off your headlight using your factory light switch.
Ballast and bulbs are warranted for a period of one (1) year from the date of the purchase. Warranty does not cover breakage due to improper installation, shipping or handling.
Any defects resulting from water damage, fire, acts of nature, misuse, abuse, modification, improper installation, vehicle crash, or any type of impact. Any modification to the system or operating on a vehicle with a damaged headlight housing, will void the warranty.