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  • Q. What is difference between Halogen and Projector LED - Intruder?

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    Reflector headlamps are standard units that are available even in the most basic cars. Basically, a reflector headlamp has a bulb in a steel enclosure. This enclosure also has mirrors that act as reflectors. Advantages of halogen reflector headlights include the following:1. A major reason most manufacturers use reflector-type headlamps is their low cost of production.2. Halogen bulbs offer sufficiently bright light. Hence, in most conditions, there’s sufficient illumination without spending a lot of money.On the other hand, projector headlights are similar to reflector headlights. Even these headlamps carry a bulb in a steel enclosure with mirrors that act as reflectors. However, there’s also a lens that acts as a magnifying glass. This increases the brightness of the headlight. There is also a cutoff shield to make sure the beam is directed towards the road. Advantages of projector headlights is:1. They are much less likely to blind oncoming drivers. This is because projector headlamps are directed towards the road and don’t shine in the eyes of the drivers in front.

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    Ramchandra
    Ramchandra | 7 months ago

    If you are talking about the Intruder then it's just a gimmick. The main light you use is a normal halogen. There is a small led projector light below it, but it's not of much use. It hardly illuminates anything. Your best bet would be to change the stock halogen to the 45/40w Philips. It'll make a huge difference

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