kia Xenon Hid
Kia HID kits produce between 2,800 and 3,500 lumens, from between 35 and 38 watts of electrical power, while halogen filament bulbs produce between 700 and 2,100 lumens, from between 40 and 72 watts.. The white light, produced by HID bulbs, is similar to the natural viewing conditions of the eye, making driving more relaxing and secure. Vehicles that have Kia Xenon lights should be equipped with headlamp lens cleaning systems and automatic beam leveling control not to blind the oncoming drivers. HID Color temperature refers to the degrees (K), for example golden yellow (3000k), white (5000k), blue (6000k) to name a few. Degrees (K) refer only to the color, while lumen refers to the lighting intensity. So the higher the color temperature (K) doesn't mean a higher light intensity (lumen). Bluish or white light is comfortable and close to the natural light. The recommended types of bulb are 4300k-8000k, because they are extremely bright and don't blind the oncoming drivers.High Intensity Discharge lights get their name from the electrical discharge that produces the intense white light. HID bulbs don't have filament. The light is created by bringing the arc between two electrodes, it stimulates a mixture of Xenon gas and metallic salts, producing the bright light. The first xenon lights were introduced in 1991 for Europe and in 1993 for the USA. HID bulbs produce greater luminance and luminous flux than halogen ones. Studies have demonstrated that drivers react faster on the roadway with good Kia HID lights rather than halogen bulbs.