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How to Choose LED Light beam for your Vehicle

Spot, Flood, Driving or Combo?

If market have a lot of difference LED Lights design for vehicle,A question we get a lot is, "What Beam for my LED Lights should I get?". Well, here is a little help for you choose what you need. 

Spot Beam

A spot beam has a narrow beam spread of only 8º. This is will great for task specific lighting. when you want night time road or trail visibility you want the light focused and intense in a specific area. The spot pattern is great for that."House Tuning" Design the Spot beam have 8º,15º,30º for difference driving need,For example if you want Light far distance 8º is first choose,and want a little wide and Light distance also far 15º will best choose.

Flood Beam

Flood has a wide 90º beam the light is more spread out. Popular is 60º or 40º .When you want to more light up a certain area, like your camp site, or a work area, the flood is the right choice.

Driving Beam

Driving have a High/Low Beam pattern,Like Vehicle original H/L On same time,so this beam will more helpful for driving and Racing Sports.This is best design on New D6 Series Dual Row LED Light bars Or Pod LED Light .

Combo Beam

When you want versatility, the Combo is a good choice. It gives a mix of spot beam  and flood beam pattern lens all with the same light. The trade off is that you are not splitting up the beams so neither the flood nor the spot beams produced are as bright as a dedicated spot or beam light.

Which is the Best?

So much difference beam Pattern,which is best?Well, that all depends on your specific situation and budget. If you can afford it, a great combination to have is a dedicate spot coupled with a dedicated flood. For example on Jeep Wrangler,On Engineer cover with a 20" LED Light bar,Windshield mounted a 50" Dual row Driving beam Or Combo beam Light bars,on the Front bumper which is used Pairs Pod Flush Mount Lights of Spot beam,Backup Light mount Paris Pod Flush mount Light of Flood beam.More difference combination you can choose.

  • May 28, 2016
  • Alex Lee