Osram Xenarc Original 66144 car lamp Xenon (2 pieces)

Item number: Y0-JUOI-UDKP

Category: D1S Xenonlampen


D1S Xenon automotive lamps
Low beam/high beam
Original spare part
With 4,150 Kelvin
30 % less energy consumption
35 watts 85 volts
Base: PK32d-2
ECE certification
2 pieces

 


58,48 €

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Osram Xenarc Original 66144
Advantages - at a glance

With 4,150 Kelvin a colour temperature more similar to daylight
Low beam/high beam
30 % less energy consumption compared to standard halogen lamps
Original spare part
The Xenarc Technology
Osram offers new technology and more powerful lamps. The Xenarc gas discharge lamp has no filament. Instead, an arc is created between two electrodes in a quartz bulb filled with xenon gas and metal salts. When high voltage is applied, the lamp ignites. The system consists of an electronic igniter and an electronic ballast.
Since Xenarc lamps operate in the range of 4,100 to 4,500 Kelvin, the colour temperature of the light is much closer to that of natural daylight. They provide better illumination of the road, and night-time driving can be done more comfortably and without rapid eye fatigue.

Advantages
The Xenarc Original Gas Discharge Lamp offers daylight-like light characteristics with a colour temperature of 4,150 Kelvin, with a brighter, whiter light that does not overstrain the driver's eyes.

Technical data
The maximum power consumption is 35 watts at a nominal voltage of 85 volts (test voltage 13.5 volts).
The luminous flux measures between 2800 and 3200 lumen depending on the model.
The average service life is up to 3,000 hours.
The colour temperature is 4,150 Kelvin
Base designation: PK32d-2
ECE: D1S
Item: 66144

Included in delivery are 2 x Osram Xenarc Original 66144 D1S.


 


Volt: 12 V 85 V
Hersteller: Osram
Watt: 35 W
Xenon: Xenarc Original
Sockel: PK32d-2
Fassung: D1S
Shipping weight:0,20 Kg
Product weight: 0,16 Kg

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