Oracle 9012 - VSeries LED Headlight Bulb Conversion Kit - 6000K

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Vendor : ORACLE Lighting

Sku : ORLV5242-001

Looking for a bright, versatile, and easy to install LED Headlight Conversion Option The new ORACLE Lighting V-Series packs a ton a features to make it not only user-friendly but also an amazing value with the all-new design technology. The V-Series bulbs feature fcCSP Flip-Chip Scale LED Packaging. The advantages of flip-chip technology provides enhanced electrical performance over standard wirebond technology, allows for a smaller form factor due to increased routing density, and eliminates wire-bond loops. An ultra-luminous and extremely efficient light output with superior durability and reliability. This new all-in-one diecast body design mimics the look of the original factory halogen bulb. The die-cast design also provides increased thermal conductivity and heat dissipation to insure long bulb life. V-Series LED bulbs offer even more compatibility by working with vehicles that use the headlight bulb for the DRL function at a reduced voltage. The class-leading 6-32V ultra-wide range voltage protection will allow these LED bulbs to be used in Daytime Running Light Applications without common flicker issues. ORACLE Lightings new V-Series bulbs feature our SmartDrive Active Thermal Regulation temperature management. The integrated constant current linear LED driver inside the bulb uses a system called thermal foldback to protect the LEDs and the bulb components. The LED driver operates from a 6V to 24V input and offers constant current output at up to 1 Amp. If the bulb becomes hot and surpasses optimal working temperature, the driver can reduce the current by altering the PWM duty cycle until temperature stabilizes. Supplementing passive thermal management with active techniques such as this allow for a very small bulb package without risking damage to the LED or creating an environment where the LED lifetime would otherwise be significantly shortened. Although reducing the current reduces luminosity, the current reduction is minimal.