The in-line integrated LED headlights are the easiest way to upgrade the light source of the car headlight. And there is almost no sequelae or hidden problems caused by poor replacement of xenon lamps and LED headlights. Another important point is that it basically does not affect the vehicle inspection, and is "very intimate" for most consumers.
For the early in-line integrated LED headlights, upgraded halogen bulbs are the cheapest way to upgrade, but due to the limitations of the characteristics of the luminaire itself, the improvement is very limited, and it has basically faded out of the mainstream market. With the rise of LEDs, in-line integrated LED headlights products have ushered in rapid innovation, and even some OEMs have joined them.
However, early in-line integrated LED headlights were generally cheap and not very particular in design. The snap-on angle, substrate thickness and material, the performance of the lamp bead itself, including heat dissipation and decoding, all these factors will affect the performance of the in-line integrated LED headlights. It is also based on these series of realities that the in-line integrated LED headlights have not been vigorously developed.
After years of technological improvement, the adaptation of reflector bowls and LED lamp beads has been greatly improved in recent years for in-line integrated LED headlights. This is mainly reflected in the changes in the position and layout of lamp beads. Manufacturers are striving for the ultimate It imitates the luminous characteristics of the original halogen bulb, and the thickness and material of the substrate are also changing. The thinner it is, the closer it is to the halogen bulb. The use of pure copper substrate and cooling fan greatly solves the problem of LED heat dissipation and stability. To solve the problem of sexuality, the in-line integrated LED headlights supplied by MAPMS adopt an independent decoding unit, which makes the in-line integrated LED headlights compatibility and stability more competitive.