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|30th November 2008, 23:05||#16|
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Even if you can do this, LEDs aren't good enough for a long throw of the beam, as Dadu says here. I mean, it will not improve your headlight in any way. If you want to do this just for the heck of it, I would suggest do a fog lamp kind of thing. Don't replace your head lamp with LED, for God's sake.
|30th November 2008, 23:47||#17|
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I have seen a 35 watt LED lamp with throw of 180 ft.
|8th December 2010, 14:56||#19|
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Re: Experiment! Replacing conventional headlights bulbs with LEDS!
led saves power and also their response time is very fast ie. the moment you apply the brake the light switches on. that's the prime reason why they were used in tail lamp setup.
they generate a lot of glare to oncoming vehicles unless you diffuse it with proper lenses it is not advisable to use them.
I am using in my cycle with a luxeon 1 watt LED with lens strapped with velcro it gives good light
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