NEW LED H4 Headlight bulbs
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LED H4 headlight bulb replacements
The light is 'whiter' & brighter than a Std. H4 bulb, but more importantly, the beam pattern is correct.
As seen in the LH image, the LEDs are in the same position as the filaments on a std. H4. This ensures a good beam pattern & is often not the case. I have tested many samples of H4 LEDs but have waited until I found a good one before I started selling them. There are plenty of duds out there.
In Lucas & Wipac motorcycle headlights the dip beam is just the same & on main beam it is wider & brighter.
If we say that the light output of a normal H4 is 60/55W, then these are about 70/60, but they only draw 20W from your bikes power supply not 60W
They plug straight into the existing H4 socket and do not have a bulky 'driver' in the lead. The heatsink does not get too hot.
On a total loss system you will still get a good light until the battery is almost dead.
With the socket, the overall length is almost the same as a std. H4 so fitting inside the headlight should be no problem. I stock a shallower Wipac H4 headlight which gives more room for bikes with a headlamp nacelle, A10 etc. See Motorcycle & car lighting
No LED headlight bulb is strictly road legal if fitted to a vehicle made after 1988 as they are not E marked, MOTs aren't a problem
Pt.no. H4LED £32.50 each. Suitable for 12V Negative or positive earth
Please e mail me some feedback if you've tried these from me.
Operating Voltage 9V - 32V DC
Light output 4000 LM
IP Rating IP65
Colour temperature 6500K
Operating life > 30,000 hrs.
operating temperature - 40 - + 50 Deg. C.
LED British Pre-Focus Headlight bulbs
To suit British bikes late 1940s - 1970s
These LED headlight bulbs draw very little current, only 7.5W so are suitable for cars like Austin 7s with a low dynamo output and bikes with a low power dynamo.
The light from these LEDs is 'whiter' & brighter than a std. bulb, but they are not as bright as many of our Quartz Halogen headlamp bulbs & the beam pattern isn't as accurate, although in many old headlights it is quite adequate. See for Quartz Halogen bulbs
If you use your headlight mainly as a daytime riding light & only occasionally at night they are ideal
These BPF LEDs perform as well as, and are probably identical to, the best other LED BPF bulbs available (going by the Pt.no. shown in the image) .
These are great for daytime riding lights, you can leave them on all the time without worrying about your battery.
Perfect for total loss systems, you will still get a good light until the battery is almost dead.
Positive earth Pt.no. LDBPFPOS Negative earth Pt.no LDBPFNEG both are £21.95 each OUT OF STOCK Mid April 2017
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