Knowledge of lighting transformation of off-road vehicles
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Author : Carol
Update time : 2021-07-05 17:37:12
There are a lot of off-road vehicle lights on display in the off-road vehicle modification shop, all of which seem to indicate that off-road vehicle lights are indispensable. An off-road vehicle that travels frequently needs to be modified to improve its safety in order to cope with the effects of severe weather such as "dense fog, heavy rain, sand and dust".
Please see the knowledge of off-road vehicle lamp modification below. When it comes to off-road vehicles, everyone first imagines the solid "front bumper" at the front of the car, the "luggage rack" on the roof, and the "lights" distributed throughout the body.
It is unthinkable if you drive an off-road vehicle that only uses the original lights in the dark at night, in the sparsely populated Gobi or desert, staggering on rugged mountain roads, or through the jungle, even on the roads at night. It is not appropriate, not to mention that you may also encounter the influence of severe weather such as dense fog, heavy rain, sand and dust.
Why install additional "off-road vehicle lights" instead of retrofitting the original car lights? First of all, there is little room for retrofitting the original car lights.
At present, the original car lights are modified by various methods to increase the brightness, such as the use of brightening lines, increasing the wattage of the bulbs, and increasing the color temperature of the bulbs (changing xenon lamps). Such methods often increase the load on the original car’s lines. Increased safety risks;
Secondly, the original car lights are mostly to meet the needs of better-lit urban and suburban roads.
If the original car lights are modified to increase the brightness, the use in the city will inevitably affect the realization of others, not only does not improve the safety, but seriously affects the driving safety of others, this behavior is far more than the frequent use of high beams in the city Much worse.
For off-road vehicles, the additional auxiliary lights are controlled by "independent lines and independent switches", which are only turned on when needed, and do not affect the original vehicle line.