H11: DAMA Kanji Lux Vision (KLV) Gen. 2 for Reflector type LED Bulbs DAKLV2H11R (Pack of 2)
Application Note: LED bulbs from all brands are not compliant with DOT / FMVSS108 and are not street legal in the USA. Currently, LED bulbs are only legal in the USA for Fog Light use. LED bulbs are legal for off-road use in ATV, snowmobile, and off-road racing use. International law and regulations vary by country.
HID CONCEPT is proud to introduce the NEW DAMA Kanji Lux Vision Gen. 2 LED light bulbs with up to 6,200 lumens (3,100lm per bulb), which can be used for main driving lamps as well as foglight to deliver enhanced visibility for night driving.
Each bulb is an improved version from the previous generation with the premium Flip LED 7545 SMD LED chips. DAMA Kanji Lux Vision Gen. 2 delivers twice the light output of the industry’s brightest single-die LED at its maximum current as well as a longer-lasting lifetime even at higher operating temperatures.
The latest trend in automotive lighting is to have the whitest light for cars, SUVs, and trucks with H11 reflector headlights. DAMA Kanji Lux Gen. 2 achieves that goal with up to 6,500K (Kelvin) On top of having the desired color, we added a thin blue hue on the cut-off line for a stylish accent that puts our LED bulbs against any other competitors.
As with the previous generation, DAMA Kanji Lux Vision Gen. 2 LED bulbs are easy, "Plug-N-Play" installation. All DAMA Kanji Lux Vision Gen. 2 LED bulbs come with 2 year, factory defect warranty.
Note: For REFLECTOR type lamp assembly. Depending on the vehicle may trigger an error message and/or a hyper flash. In case this happens, please install the CANBUS to eliminate the error.
|Intended Use Type||Reflector Type lamp/Foglight|
|Color temperature (K)||6,000K (up to 6,500K)|
|Brightness||stable 6,000lm +/-10%(set), Up to 8,000lm|
|Technology||LED w/ FLIP 7545 SMD|
|Power Input (W)||32W|
|Voltage||DC 11V - 30V|
|Cooling Fan||3010 Double Ball Bearings Built-in Fan|
|Lifespan||up to 30,000 hrs|
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