Xenon 4300K Series Brown
Xenon headlights bulbs, also known as High Intensity Discharge HID headlights bulbs, use xenon gas particles and an electric arc to emit a white-blue light. The high intensity and bright light that is emitted illuminates a much greater area than that of a traditional halogen bulb.
Xenon bulbs for car as standard replacement
The Xenon Standard 4300K Brown Series refers to the regular type of Xenon car bulbs that will emit a warm white light output. The 4300K Brown Series XENON headlight bulb is producing a white light with a hue of yellow comparable to natural light. This is the first choice of Xenon car light bulb spare part replacement or even as factory original equipment because of the affordable price.
Xenon headlights bulbs produce a brighter light that shines further than typical halogen bulbs, making xenon a great headlight option for those who do a lot of night time driving. Xenon car bulbs also require much less energy to illuminate and they are producing less heat, that is a wasted energy, than halogen car bulbs, making them a more efficient headlight option.
Xenon headlights come with self-levelling technology as a standard safety feature which means they should not need height beam adjusting. Also having properly calibrated xenon headlights will help you to see the road ahead more clearly when driving in the dark.
As a design and manufacturing principle, xenon headlamp bulbs are designed with a burner and socket as well as an integrated ignition device for the D1S, D3S, D5S and D8S socket types. In the case of socket type D2S, D2R, D4S and D4R, the ignition device is placed together with the ballast of the machine. Hence the price differences between these models of xenon bulbs.
All car xenon bulbs are made of quartz glass and contain xenon gas inside the enclosure, hence the name given to this type of car bulbs. The round part of the bulb is where the electrodes are located, along with several "salt pills" containing different types of metals that create the color temperature of the light provided by the bulb, 4300K or 6000K.
Recomandation: to avoid unbalanced or unpredictable xenon headlight beams and to get the full benefit of your headlights at night driving, change the xenon car bulbs in pairs when one of them appear dim or begin to shine in a yellow or pinkish light.