audi Xenon Hid
HID lights have its original name from the intense white light produced by the electrical discharge. HID stands for High Intensity Discharge. It is a lighting technology based on an electrical charge to ignite xenon gas contained in a sealed bulb. HID kit technology is similar to that of common vapor-filled street lamps. HID lightning creates light by igniting an arc between two electrodes. These lamps also called xenon lamps, because they are fulfilled with the xenon gas. High Intensity Discharge lighting system is a revolutionary technology that produces brilliant white light by igniting an electrical arc between two tungsten electrodes. HID bulbs are filled with salts, such as mercury vapor, sodium, and metal halide, and xenon gas. Xenon bulbs have no filament. Audi HID kits produce more light than ordinary tungsten or halogen lamps. They consume less power than incandescent bulbs. The new HID bulbs are measured by Kelvin's, noted as K on the packaging. The higher the K rating, the brighter the light and the different color it will illuminate. Basically, HID lights come in color levels such as 3000, 4300, 6000, 8000, 10000, 12000 as well as 30000K. The HID lights can vary in their size and model.These lights are available in different colors such as purple and blue to name a few. Therefore, if you are looking for an option to give a sporty look to your car, installing these lights could be the best option for you. Change the dull factory installed lamps with new Audi Xenon lights.