HID Xenon Light info
Morepower HID Xenon lighting systems. Retrofit HID Xenon lighting systems at a fraction of the price on new vehicle option lists.
Genuine factory fitted Bi-Xenon (1 pair of bulbs) cost well over $2000.
Your vehicle can now be fitted with Xenon lights for a quarter of this price for a pair (plus labour to install, if required).
This includes 2 x Xenon bulbs, 2 x Ballast units & wiring.
These are available to directly replace H1, H3, H4 HiLo (twin bulb, Halogen and Xenon), H7, H11, 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007, D2S, D2R.
H4 Bi-Xenon (single Xenon bulb) is also available, but at extra cost.
Increase your visibility even on your low beam lights, without the additional expense of extra lights, which in most cases are only used as an additional high beam. Xenon lights also do not require the additional cost of a bull bar or nudge bar for mounting. It is also possible to transfer the Xenon lights from car to car.
Xenon lights provide up to 3 times more light and last for up to 3000 hours compared to Halogen lasting up to 350 hours.
This due to the fact that there is no heated filament, Xenon lights operate by igniting an electrical arc through an inert gas. Light is measured in Lumens, which is a measure of
Candlelight power. Xenon lights produce 100 Lumens per Watt, where Halogen can only produce 25 Lumens per Watt.
They also consume only 35W compared to 55-100W required by Halogen.
Standard Halogen lights operate at up to 3000K-colour temperature, which is in the Yellow end of the light spectrum. Light is broken into colours, which we call the spectrum; these are Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue & Violet. The last 3 of these colours have a colour temperature of around 4000K to 12000K and these are the range that Xenon lights generate. Around 4000K to 5000K gives a green/blue light, 5000K to 8000K gives light blue to sky blue. The closer to 12000K the more purple the light becomes and actually starts to provide less visibility.
Xenon bulbs in the 6000K range create a light blue light, which to human eyes, gives the best night vision, similar to daylight and 3 times more light than a standard Halogen bulb.
There are aftermarket Halogen bulbs available, which provide different light colours, but they also produce less light than a standard Halogen bulb, or consume more power to compensate.
Better visibility equals safer driving.