Testing the brightness of a headlights beam pattern

The Difference Between Lux and Lumen: What is Brightness?

When looking for new headlights, such as LED headlight bulbs, everyone wants to know “What’s the brightest headlight bulb?” Well to answer that question and to truly get a better picture of what “brightness” is, we need to get scientific … Continue reading The Difference Between Lux and Lumen: What is Brightness?

What’s the best LED Headlight Bulb for the 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 Toyota Tundra?

The first LED headlight bulb showed up in the market at the SEMA show in Las Vegas, NV in November 2011 from a Chinese company that actually invented the technology (yes, that’s right… the first LED headlight bulb was invented … Continue reading What’s the best LED Headlight Bulb for the 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 Toyota Tundra?

The world’s BRIGHTEST Toyota Tundra!

Have you seen this truck? Well if you’re a fan of lighting and a fan of trucks, then you owe it to yourself to check out the 99,000 Lumen Toyota Tundra from Headlight Revolution! Between the GTR Lighting HID Kits in the headlights and the Vision X and JW Speaker LED offroad lights, this thing will quite literally turn night into day! Check out the full specifications of this truck here. This truck uses a 35w HID low beam, a 55w HID high beam, LED fog lights from JW Speaker and 3 high power Vision X LED offroad light bars … Continue reading The world’s BRIGHTEST Toyota Tundra!

Which Color LEDs should I use?

When looking at replacing your stock automotive halogen/incandescent light bulbs with a new LED product it’s important to know the differences as to how the new light bulb will act in the housing you are going to place it in. For best results the LED color should be the same as the lens color or if bulb is behind a clear lens, use the appropriate color for turn and brake light functions. As an example: a red lens will filter out all but the red portion of the light so if the light is all red, none or very little … Continue reading Which Color LEDs should I use?

10 Things You Didn’t Know About HID Lighting

1) Standard low beams cease to provide enough visibility when driving above 35 to 40 mph. The best case scenario would be for all drivers to use high beams all the time and use technology to keep the light out of oncoming drivers’ eyes. (Osram-Sylvania) 2) ALL headlamps produce glare that can reduce the ability for oncoming drivers to see. (Osram-Sylvania) 3) According to the AAA Foundation’s report, called “Countermeasures for Reducing the Effects of Headlight Glare” (2002), as many as 50 percent of all headlamps on the road, or 110 million  vehicles, may have mis-aimed headlights! Shock, vibration and … Continue reading 10 Things You Didn’t Know About HID Lighting