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Automotive HID Xenon Headlight

Mpluslight.com Xenon lamp is the use of the electric arc between the two electrodes to emit light, as in the welding arc generated by the light. The High-voltage pulsed electricity is added between the metal electrodes in a fully enclosed miniature quartz bulb (tube), which stimulates the material in the bulb (xenon, a small amount of mercury vapor, a metal halide) to be ionized in the arc to produce light. This luminous color temperature is similar to that of sunlight, but it contains more green and blue elements, so it presents a bluish-white light. This blue-white light greatly enhances the brightness of road signs and signage. Xenon lamp emitting luminous flux is more than twice times the halogen lamp, at the same time the energy conversion to light energy efficiency is more than 80%, so the xenon lamp has a relatively high energy density and light intensity, and the operating current is only half the halogen lamp.

Halogen lamps and ordinary bulbs have the same filament, and xenon lamp is no filament, which is the most important difference between xenon lamp and traditional lamp.

The difference between halogen lamp and hernia lamp

Xenon lamp emitting luminous flux is more than twice times the halogen lamp, at the same time the energy conversion to light energy efficiency is more than 80%, so the xenon lamp has a relatively high energy density and light intensity, and the operating current is only half the halogen lamp.