LED Headlight Bulb Identification Chart

LED Headlight Bulb Identification Chart

This is a list of LED headlight bulbs that we have sold over the years which should help in identifying the series of LED headlights that you have or are looking at. It's also a good tool for comparing our lights to those being sold by other companies. We find that a lot of other suppliers are 12 to 24 months behind us in current technology they are using.

There are many other LED headlight series which we have not sold on a large basis for a variety of reasons and we have not listed those lights here to avoid some confusion.

Generation 1 LED Headlights

***W1800

Generation 1 LED Headlights (W1800 Series)

Release date  - August 2013

Light Output - 1800 lumens

Canbus compatible - No

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This was the first series of LED bulbs designed specifically for use as a headlight bulb. With 1800 lumens of light output they were brighter than halogen bulbs by about 50% but the big difference is the colour of the light, true white as compared to the yellow shades of a halogen bulb. Reliability was fair, the size was too bulky for some applications and the fact that you could not rotate the bulb in the housing to get the best pattern meant these lights were only around for about one year before higher output replacements were released.

Generation 4 LED Headlights

***W3200
Generation 4 LED Headlights

Generation 4 LED Headlights (W3200 Series)

Release date  - August 2014

Light Output - 3200 lumens

Canbus compatible - No

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We skipped over selling the generation 2 & 3 LED headlights as our testing didn't find enough advantages over the Generation 1 (W1800 series) and went right to the generation 4 (W3200 series) The light output was a great improvement over the Gen 1 series and the enclosed fan was more appealing to customers. This series of LED headlights wasn't without it's challenges though. We had a higher than average failure rate especially on the H13 bulb design. Once again with this series you were not able to rotate the bulbs for proper alignment which caused poor light output on some vehicles. Also the design of the fan meant that the size was too large to fit in some vehicles.

Generation 5 LED Headlights

***G5

Generation 5 LED Headlights (Fanless Series)

Release date  - July 2015

Light Output - 2500 lumens

Canbus compatible - No

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My initial thought on the Generation 5 "Fanless" design was that they were a tacky, low-tech solution to the fitment issues of the prior models. I was finally convinced to bring in some of these

Generation 8 LED Headlights

***G8

Generation 8 LED Headlights

Release date  - December 2015 

Light Output - 6000 lumens

Canbus compatible - No

F2 LED Headlights

***F2

F2 LED Headlights

Release date  - December 2017

Light Output - 6000 lumens

Canbus compatible - No

V10 PerfectFit LED Headlights

***V10P

V10 PerfectFit LED Headlights

Release date  - December 2018

Light Output - 4000 lumens

Canbus compatible - No

F3 LED Headlights

***F3

F3 LED Headlights

Release date  - June 2019

Light Output - 10,000 lumens

Canbus compatible - No

X7 LED Headlights

***X7

X7 LED Headlights

Release date  - January 2019

Light Output - 7000 lumens

Canbus compatible - Yes

X9 LED Headlights

***X9

X9 LED Headlights

Release date  - March 2020

Light Output - 10,000 lumens

Canbus compatible - Yes