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The very latest in German automotive lighting technology from Osram.
What we say:
"OSRAM thought one step ahead and heard that call for an Xenon variant of their world successful NIGHT BREAKER® range, so here we are; Introducing up to 70% more light, up to 20% longer light beam and 5% whiter light than standard xenon lamps, this release from OSRAM will keep you safe on the road at all times and we highly recommend it." - Driven 2 Automotive
"OSRAM XENARC NIGHT BREAKER UNLIMITED represents pure performance. The increased light quantity compared to standard xenon lamps ensures visibly better illumination of the road surface. This means greater visibility and a significantly longer response time. Added to this is the 20 meter-longer light cone and up to 5 % whiter light compared to standard xenon headlamps. Perfect for fatigue-free and comfortable drives."
-Source: OSRAM Official Website
*Compared to standard Xenon bulbs
D2S Fitment & Function Information
The D2S is a High Intensity Discharge bulb that's used in many modern car headlights as a low beam bulb, if the car is fitted with bi-xenon headlights it will operate both low and high beam.
The D stands for discharge, and the number is the type designator. The final letter describes the outer shield. The arc within an HID headlamp bulb generates considerable short-wave ultraviolet (UV) light, but none of it escapes the bulb, for a UV-absorbing hard glass shield is incorporated around the bulb's arc tube. This is important to prevent degradation of UV-sensitive components and materials in headlamps, such as polycarbonate lenses and reflector hardcoats. "S" burners – D1S, D1S, D3S, and D4S – have a plain glass shield and are primarily used in projector-type optics. "R" burners – D1R, D2R, D3R, and D4R – are designed for use in reflector-type headlamp optics. They have an opaque mask covering specific portions of the shield, which facilitates the optical creation of the light/dark boundary (cutoff) near the top of a low-beam light distribution. Automotive HID burners do emit considerable near-UV light, despite the shield.
OSRAM NIGHT BREAKER UNLIMITED XENARC bulbs are rated at up to 4350 Kelvin
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