The all new 80 watt LED Bulb Upgrades from GTR Lighting are probably the brightest plug and play product of it's type on the market in an all in one solution. This new style of LED bulb replacement features 16 high power 5 watt CREE LED chips both in a 360 degree output beam pattern around the sides of the bulb, and forward facing behind a focusing projector style lens at the top of the bulb for added light output and distance. If you're looking for a plug and play LED bulb that has that "HID Look" without the HID price for a fog light, DRL or accent light application, this is a great option.
NOTE: These LED bulbs do not actually use 80 watts of power. The name of this type of bulb is derived from the fact that each one is built using sixteen 5 watt LED chips from CREE. The LED itself is labeled as "5 watt" because that's what it's capable of being pushed at. In this configuration the LEDs together do not draw 80 watts of power. See the tech specs below for details!
If it's your goal to create a LOT of lighting power with a simple plug and play bulb then this might be a good option for you. These bulbs produce nearly the same amount of light as their halogen counterparts, making them one of the brightest options on the market!
NOT TO BE USED AS LOW BEAM OR HIGH BEAM HEADLIGHTS! These bulbs produce less than half of the stock halogen headlight bulb light output, they are designed for use as a DRL bulb replacement, fog light bulb replacement, or indicator lights (turn signals and tail lights) only.
These LED bulbs will replace any 1156 series bulb, here is the bulb cross reference guide for this product:
BA15S, 1073, 1093, 1129, 1141, 1159, 1259, 1459, 1619, 1651, 1680, 3496, 5007, & 5008.
Daytime Running Lights
16 LED Chips per Bulb
Power Draw: 0.67 Amps at 12VDC
8.04 Watts Per Bulb
Raw Lumen Output: 950 Lumens
Constant Current Driver:
The 80w Series of LED bulbs from GTR Lighting are built using a state of the art Constant Current Driver inside the bulb. This allows them to be more reliable when used on vehicles that have voltage fluctuations due to electrical system design or fault. A constant current driver is a device that takes any incoming voltage and smooths it out, regulates it, so a steady stream of voltage/current reaches the LED. This helps the LED bulb last longer than bulbs that don't have this device built in.