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  • NEW Philips Xtreme Ultinon H7 LED

    I'll start off by pointing out that Philips says these were "designed for projectors".

    http://www.p4c.philips.com/cgi-bin/c...scy=TW&slg=AEN

    HIGHLIGHTS

    - Automotive grade Luxeon chips

    - SafeBeam technology maintains accurate DOT/ECE halogen beam pattern.

    - Designed specifically for complex projectors but can be used in reflector luminaires.

    - AirCool unique heatsink design.


    SPECIFICATIONS

    Packaging Data
    Packaging type: X2
    EAN1: 8727900398175
    EAN3: 8727900398182

    Product description
    Technology: LED
    Application: High beam, Low beam
    Range: X-tremeUltinon LED
    Type: H7
    Homologation ECE: NO
    Base: PX26d
    Designation LED Type: LED-HL [~H4]
    Technical features: AirCool, SafeBeam

    Electrical characteristics
    Voltage: 12 V
    Marketing specifications
    Expected benefits: Advanced automotive system
    Product highlight: Brighter, Stronger, Whiter
    Light characteristics
    Color temperature: Up to 6500 K
    Lumens: 1760

    Ordering information
    Order entry: 12985BWX2
    Ordering code: 39817531

    Lifetime
    Life time: Up to 12 years






  • #2
    Oooooh interesting! No ECE or DOT approval but interesting. I'm sure the price is darn near the color temp rating too....
    Looks like it's clockable though, which is odd for a Philips product. Would be interested to see some output shots, but I'll stay skeptical.
    2000 Celica GTS 'slowest gts evar'
    1998 Mazda 626 FS-DE/CD4E 'mom-mobile'

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    • #3
      And yes, there is a fan.

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      • #4
        I need this in my life. I NEED THIS TO BE EVEN MORE PNP.

        2000 Toyota MR2 Spyder
        2017 Lexus CT200h F Sport

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        • #5
          Too bad this won't fit in my e90 328i, at least not without sacrificing the dust caps...

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          • #6
            Ya, that would be tricky.
            2000 Celica GTS 'slowest gts evar'
            1998 Mazda 626 FS-DE/CD4E 'mom-mobile'

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            • #7
              I wish there was some way of testing them... without buying them.

              2000 Toyota MR2 Spyder
              2017 Lexus CT200h F Sport

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              • #8
                Amazon is good with returns?
                2000 Celica GTS 'slowest gts evar'
                1998 Mazda 626 FS-DE/CD4E 'mom-mobile'

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                • #9
                  Hahaha I guess, but I'm not that kind of guy. I don't wanna buy just to test and return, that's wrong IMO.

                  2000 Toyota MR2 Spyder
                  2017 Lexus CT200h F Sport

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                  • #10
                    I'm not sure how they get around the lack of a hotspot issue in projectors since, IIRC its the bowl area right around the bulb opening that handles distance.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Haloruler64 View Post
                      Hahaha I guess, but I'm not that kind of guy. I don't wanna buy just to test and return, that's wrong IMO.
                      Guilty. I do that shit all the time.

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                      • #12
                        Yup, same

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                        • #13
                          First the H4 LED and now the H7. What about H11, Philips? And no, not those old fog light bulbs that have been out for years now and aren't even as bright as an H11 LL halogen. I want something that's at least as bright as halogen, with a decent hot spot unlike all of the other LED H11 bulbs on the market that just produce a blob of blue light in front of the car.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by th23 View Post
                            First the H4 LED and now the H7. What about H11, Philips? And no, not those old fog light bulbs that have been out for years now and aren't even as bright as an H11 LL halogen. I want something that's at least as bright as halogen, with a decent hot spot unlike all of the other LED H11 bulbs on the market that just produce a blob of blue light in front of the car.
                            Without totally derailing this thread, the Chinese has copied the hell out of the Philips H11 and significantly improved upon it. You can find plenty of similar designs using the Luxeon Z ES chips everywhere. Go with 3 chip designs not the 4.

                            Search my old posts and you'll find pics of these H11 leds in the wife's mini van. The best beam pattern out of the handful I've tested and twice as bright as measured by my lux meter.

                            Of course every bulb performance may vary depending on reflector design but this most definitely works best for me. Although I'm waiting for Diode Dynamics SL1 H11 to be released to compare.

                            https://m.alibaba.com/product/606602...headlight.html

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                            • #15
                              3 chip bulbs reproduce better halogen's filament?

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