Can safety driving be ensured with headlights from Eagle Eyes?
Yes. This is possible, particularly in countries like Malaysia, where the number of lamp posts on streets and roads is less. As per Malaysia Institute of Road Safety, the probability of traffic deaths becomes three times more at night.
An effective pair of headlights can increase the driver’s reaction time and boost the chances of avoiding road mishaps. Moreover, these headlights improve dark vision during inclement weather conditions, allowing other drivers to easily spot you.
Can your products solve the issue of poor visibility during heavy rains?
Yes. Usually, reflector headlights are used in cars, which lead to poor focus and inadequate light reflection. But at Eagle Eyes we use projector headlight which can solve the problem of poor visibility by centralizing light output for powerful penetration during the rains.
My vehicle presently has reflector headlight. When there are no street lights at night, I feel insecure while driving due to poor night visibility. I am aware that this may lead to accidents. How can I solve it?
The light focusing capability of reflector headlights is limited to approximately 70 feet of beam distance. Contrary to this, projector headlights have the ability to centralize the light output, which leads to approximately 140 feet of beam distance. This enables the driver to see through a larger distance, react faster, and stay away from accidents that tend to happen on the road when street lights are not there. In fact, all your visibility requisites will be effectively fulfilled by a pair of quality projector headlights.
Is there any need for headlight replacement when projector headlight is already there in my vehicle?
With Asian and other local car manufacturers going for cost-cutting, European Standard Quality is not maintained in the projectors used. Although these headlights would be brighter in comparison to general reflector headlights, the light output won’t fulfil the European standards.
Headlights from Eagle Eyes have obtained the ECE (European Standard) Qualification, and hence constitute a better option.
What is the longevity of the LED projectors of your headlights?
Eagle Eyes headlights are produced using the most advanced technology and hence are highly efficient. Our headlights’ LED projectors, under general conditions, last for 4 to 5 years, which is more compared to the lifespan of normal headlights which is usually 2 to 3 years, after which the light emitted becomes dull.
Will the installation of headlights from Eagle Eyes affect other drivers?There will not be any problem of your headlight blinding other drivers with its glare. We take into consideration the international optical lighting standard while measuring the beam patterns, in order to ensure enhanced safety for you and others.
How does your headlight differ from other branded headlights available in the market?
Our headlights have superior quality projectors, with high-grade inner steel plate forming the perfect cut-off line. This helps in the projection of high-quality RHD (Right Hand Drive) curve line. Other branded headlights come with LHD (Left Hand Drive) inner plate projector or Crystal Reflector which leads to inappropriate output and the improper light beam, causing blinding glare and subsequent accidents.
How does a Left-Hand Driving Headlight differ from a Right Hand Driving one?
LHD headlights support left roadside driving and are majorly installed in the countries of Australia, Indonesia, China, amongst others. This means that if you are using LHD headlights in countries like Singapore, Malaysia, Korea or Japan, where driving on the right is the rule, your headlights will create a blinding glare for oncoming drivers. This may in turn cause minor accidents, or lead to the penalty.
How does my current light differ from Eagle Eyes headlight?
Crystal reflectors are present in normal headlights, which reflect more causing reduced visibility during the daytime. Contrary to this, headlights from Eagle Eyes comprise Projector Lamps with daylight facilities. This not only enhances visibility and attention during the daytime but also at night.
My vehicle has a pair of reflector headlights. Previously there was an issue with the bulbs being dull, so I replaced them with the brighter Kelvin bulbs. Still, I am not getting good visibility with my headlight. Can you solve this?
In case of reflector headlights, the bulb emits light and reflects it to the maximum extent, depending upon the Kelvin temperature.
The casing of these headlights has chrome reflective walls, due to the shape of which the direction of the beam emitted cannot be controlled. This results in increased scattering of light. If high voltage light sources are used, the chrome reflective walls would be damaged due to the heat, causing low visibility after a period of time.
Given this, projector headlights do not reflect the light but project it. This allows increased control over the light beam’s trajectory. The beam is wider and more efficient.