The new PIAA LED (light Emitting Diode) driving light offers the beam
control of a halogen light with the low power consumption and durability of an LED light. As a light source LED's offer several advantages over their halogen counterparts including very low power consumption, compact size and durability. Unlike most LED lights currently on the market that position the LED aimed straight out forward the 530 lights aim the LED's at the reflector. This new orientation of the light source allows for
far better beam control and output than the conventional layout.
In place of a traditional halogen bulb each light uses two LEDs running at 9.4 watts per light producing a very yellow beam with a color temperature of 2500 Kelvin. LED's with a computer designed multi-surface
reflector gives a true high performance driving pattern in a lightweight, durable light that requires a fraction of the power used by a comparable halogen light.
PIAA wanted to perfect LED lighting when we designed rearward-facing bulbs and new “first-in-the-industry” reflector technology. The innovative design offers significantly improved lighting and beam control compared to conventional LED and halogen lamps with forward-facing bulbs. The result is greater visibility for drivers.
Key to achieving these performance advantages is PIAA’s advanced Reflective Facing Technology (RFT). PIAA’s exclusive computer-designed, multi-surface reflector concentrates and focuses the beam pattern of the rearward-facing LED bulbs more precisely than forward-facing LED lamps. RFT is featured in PIAA’s LP Series and RF Series LED lights.
Both series of PIAA LED lamps provide brilliant illumination, but with lower power consumption than conventional LED and halogen lamps. They light the road with brilliant white 6000k color that is clearly visible to oncoming traffic, providing an added measure of driving safety. The lamps are compact and durable, with the cast aluminum housings and polycarbonate lenses.
LP530 Ion Yellow 3.5" LED Driving Light Single installation instructions