Visualeyes Rayzer in-car HID lights illuminate road
Visualeyes' new Rayzer in-car auxiliary light system might actually
come in handy. The unit clips underneath your rearview mirror and
features two HID Xenon bulbs, which are activated automatically
when you flip on your brights by a wireless controller, and dimmed
when the unit senses the headlights of oncoming traffic. Of course,
all the auto-sensing tech in the world won't make up for the fact
that you've got a big goofy light shining out of your car, but at
least the Rayzer is a little more discreet than a set of rally
This position, along with Visualeyes small size, keeps it from
interfering with the driver’s field of vision. And its HID Xenon
technology has superior performance studies show the light emitted
gives drivers 300% better visibility than standard halogen bulbs.
Whats more, the HID Xenons light spectrum is designed to match your
eyes own visual spectrum, which makes seeing at night more
12 Volt, secured with a 10 Ampere fuse (such as a cigarette lighter
Two specially developed 35 watts HID Xenon bulbs.
Specially developed (constructed and designed) in Sweden.
Specially developed in Sweden, using a 433 MHz encrypted signal.
Two, so called “Super Wide” computer calculated reflectors, with an
effective working area of 50-400 meters (roughly 55-437 yards).
Measurements (mm): 240*230*80 (width, length, height).
Weight: 950 g