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Advanced tech in replacement Philips headlamps

Posted on May 8, 2014
Philips LED Headlamps are for direct replacement applications on a wide range of vehicles.

Philips LED Headlamps are for direct replacement applications on a wide range of vehicles.

Philips Automotive North America, a division of Royal Philips, has released its new line of Philips LED Headlamps for direct replacement applications on a wide range of vehicles with traditional 5- by 7-inch rectangular and 7-inch round sealed beam headlamps.

These DOT compliant LED headlamps feature the Philips Luxeon Altilon LED technology used in the latest luxury vehicles to deliver high-powered lighting performance, exceptional styling, and long lasting durability, the company notes.

Philips’ new LED Headlamps deliver powerful, precise illumination and a bright white 5,600 K light output that is closer to the color temperature of daylight, while improving overall night drive visibility.

A complex reflector design optimizes and evenly distributes light to create an ideal beam pattern and increased visibility while reducing glare. The LED design delivers a lifetime that is 50X longer than standard incandescent sealed beam headlamps and helps create a ‘split-lamp’ appearance that offers a unique look, whether the lamp is off or on.

For additional information visit www.philips.com/automotive.

Related Topics: Headlamps, LED Headlamps, Philips Automotive North America

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