top of page

Haizer Blog

Here you'll get to know more about automotive lighting technology and new Haizer products. You'll also read some cool educational content that will help you, your build or your clients!

A Guide to Shopping for Automotive LEDs: How to Choose High-Quality and Safe Products

When it comes to automotive lighting, LEDs have become increasingly popular due to their energy efficiency and long lifespan. However, not all automotive LEDs are created equal. To ensure you are purchasing a high-quality and safe product, it's important to know what to look for when shopping for automotive LEDs. In this blog post, we will provide an ultimate guide to shopping for automotive LEDs, including key features to consider and how to avoid visibility and safety hazards.

Section 1: Cut Line

A well-defined cut line is crucial for ensuring that the light is projected correctly, and any issues with the cut line can lead to visibility problems and safety hazards. When shopping for automotive LEDs, make sure to choose high-quality and original parts to avoid any issues with the cut line.

Section 2: Lumens

Lumens is a measure of the total amount of light emitted by a bulb. A higher lumen rating means a brighter light. When shopping for automotive LEDs, look for bulbs with a high lumen rating to ensure they provide adequate lighting on the road.

Section 3: Color Temperature

Automotive LEDs are available in a variety of color temperatures, measured in Kelvins (K). A lower color temperature, such as 3000K, will have a yellow or warm white appearance, while a higher color temperature, such as 6000K, will have a blue or cool white appearance. It's important to choose the color temperature that best fits your preferences, and also check the legal limits in your country or state.

Section 4: Beam Pattern

Automotive LEDs come in different beam patterns, such as flood, spot, and combination. Flood beams have a wide angle of coverage and are great for illuminating the sides of the road. Spot beams have a narrower angle of coverage and are great for illuminating the road ahead. Combination beams have both flood and spot elements, providing a balance of both. Consider the type of driving you will be doing and choose the beam pattern that best suits your needs.

Section 5: Brand Reputation

Look for automotive LEDs from reputable brands to ensure you are getting a high-quality product that has been tested and designed to meet industry standards.

Section 6: Warranty

Look for automotive LEDs that come with a warranty to protect against defects or issues with the product.

Section 7: Compatibility

Make sure the LEDs you are purchasing are compatible with your specific make and model of vehicle. Some LEDs may require additional wiring or modifications to fit properly.

By keeping these key features in mind and avoiding visibility and safety hazards, you can be confident that you are purchasing a high-quality and safe product that will provide adequate lighting on the road.

You can count on Haizer to tick every single one of these boxes!


bottom of page