HID Spotlight Bulbs

Perfect Time To Buy HID Spotlight Bulbs

If a consumer chooses to buy HID spotlight bulbs, it means they need nothing but the farthest-reaching and brightest portable lights available. All sorts of situations call for the use of such spotlights, many of which include emergency situations, so it is important to make sure to buy the brightest light available.

H.I.D Spotlight Bulbs

HID spotlight bulbs work differently than incandescent light bulbs. Instead of a filament, HID lamps pass an electric current between two electrodes. This heats up gas and either metallic or sodium vapor which creates an intense, white light. Because no filament is used, the light percentage created is higher, as opposed to creating heat.

HID spotlight bulbs have a natural looking light, as a result of a colour temperature which is less yellow than a regular incandescent bulb. If an HID light uses mercury vapor, the light has a blue or a green tint, which can be balanced out with a phosphor coating. Sodium HID lights cast light with an orange or pink tone.

The technology of HID spotlights is advancing, so that lamps are becoming more lightweight and more easily portable. These factors alone, however, should not be the only ones included when deciding to buy HID spotlight bulbs. Durability is an essential component of HID spotlights, so the smallest and the lightest version is not always the best. When a lamp is made of machined aluminum, for example, instead of plastic, it will hold up better against water and other weathering or transportation issues.

When choosing to buy HID spotlight bulbs, which provide the brightest possible light for the largest area possible, these factors should all be taken into account.

 
  • LED Bulb GU10
    LED Bulb GU10
  • MR16 COB LED Bulb 9W
    MR16 COB LED Bulb 9W
  • RGB Beacon or Strobe
    RGB Beacon or Strobe
  • Warning Lights
    Warning Lights
 

 

 

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