P8 Xenon Hid Ballasts- 55w

M.R.P: 5550   Price: 5550
1 pc

P8 presents state of the art HID Xenon Conversion Kits for your cars and bikes. This revolutionary technology in automobile lighting provides an easy and effective conversion from halogen to Xenon lights. This new technology helps the person driving get a clear view even in pitch dark areas.

In a nutshell, HID Lighting can be described as “Light – Brighter than White”
Our HID Xenon Conversion Kits are state of the art, high quality, efficient and provide bright light with constant reliability while you are driving. With over 2500 hours of lighting they are every bit the money worth spent. So now you don’t need to worry about being able to see clearly during rain or fog as our complete range of High Beam, Low Beam and Fog Lights are equipped to handle almost any kind of weather and drive you safely to your destination.

P8 HID Xenon conversion kits come in a complete package which includes Bulbs, Ballast, Wire harness (where required) and other accessories ready for fitment. Another feature of our Xenon kits is a Digital Super Slim Ballast with a started to ensure easy fitment in your vehicle.

So, what’s making you think? Grab the opportunity to give your Car an all new feature and see heads turn as you drive by. Accessorize you vehicle with the all new HID Xenon Conversion Kits from P8 and enjoy the comfort of “Light-Brighter than white.”

What is HID ?
HID, High Intensity Discharge, (also known as Xenon) refers to lighting technology that relies on an electrical charge to ignite xenon gas in sealed bulbs, similar to the lightning phenomenon in the sky. HID lighting does not have a filament but instead creates light by igniting an electrical discharge between two electrodes in an air tight tiny quartz capsule filled with xenon gas. HID lighting are also called Xenon lighting, referring to the gas inside the bulb.

What is the difference between Xenon HID lights and Xenon gas-filled bulbs?
Xenon H.I.D. (High Intensity Discharge) lighting is a superior lighting technology. Instead of having a filament inside the bulb, it is replaced with xenon gas. When the xenon gas ignites, it produces a vivid and bright light that is 3X more powerful than that of a halogen bulb.

This technology also allows for the bulb to ignite at a higher color temperature: which gives it the white / blue coloration.

What is color temperature (K)?
This is one of the biggest misconceptions regarding lighting. The Kelvin (K) rating simply measures the color output of the light on the Kelvin color temperature scale. It does not measure the amount of light output of the bulbs: intensity of the bulb is measured by luminosity.


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