We are at it again with yet another innovative design for aftermarket LED headlamp bulbs. JDM ASTAR has introduced another heat sink type headlight to join others like our 4S and 8th Generation Headlights.
The 6S headlights use a redesigned heat sink that offers improved and larger surface area for heat dissipation. Rather than using standard aluminum, the 6S are built with the same aviation grade 6063 aluminum that are found on a variety of our existing LEDs today such as our 8th Generation Headlights or smaller bulbs like 3030 14-SMD Series LED bulbs. This means that there will be a substantial increase in how much heat is radiated from the light source, through the aluminum body, and exhaust through the heat sink in order make cooling even faster.
So what is all the hype about with this new cooling fin heat sink that reminds us all of chopper ready to take off?
Well, it’s not the traditional bulky unit that earlier designs offer. We have been there before and have seen many cases where a fan or heat sink is a bit too wide to fit, or there is not enough depth to provide fitment for the cooling mechanism thus creating an even bigger problem. Aside from the labor involved, you will also have to ship something back and we all know how much of a drag this can be. When we buy stuff off Amazon, it better be right!
The 6S headlights offer a bendable/mold-able heat sink. The cooling fins use 6063 aluminum and are designed to be adjusted to cater to the clearance on your vehicles housing or area as well as allow fitment if the LED lamp. The cooling fins will get extend to get air flow to improve radiation of heat. This means the diodes will be able operate for a longer period of time, as well as provide thousands and thousands of hours of operating life. So, if the 8th Gens were simply too big to fit, no worries, the 6S headlights still got you covered!
Aside from cooling, the 6S Headlights also offer high thermal resistant diodes that are also found on our existing designs. The lamp uses a total of 8 CSP (Chip Scale Package) surface mount diodes with 4 on each side. For those dual headlamp bulbs, they will use 16 CSP diodes with 8 being dedicated to the low beam function and 8 for the high beams. With CSP diodes as the light source, you can expect things to be lit! That is an understatement. Combined with an internal smart driven IC module, the 6S Headlights provide a whomping 4000 lumens per bulb competing with that of our 8th Gens!
But wait…there is still more!
Ability to adjust an aftermarket LED headlight today is almost a certain need with how headlamp housings are being manufactured on vehicle housings today especially with aftermarket! Some include projectors and others are reflectors. The 6S headlights, once again, have got you covered! By loosening the set screw that is by the collar of the LED lamp, it will allow you to free up the bulb and clock the direction of the light sources. Focus, light concentration, and beam pattern will all be able to adjust through rotation of the bulb. Once you hit that ‘sweet spot’, mark your LEDs and repeat the same steps with the opposite side and voila! You will have a beam pattern that is the same, if not similar, to the factory halogen headlamp bulbs. If you are not sure which way to direct the diodes, check out our blog article titled “Which way should the chips face on your LED headlights?” There you will get all details needed on the suggested bulb orientation.
So if you ever dealt with the headache of fitting the bulky fan or a large heat sink of your new aftermarket LEDs, consider the 6S headlights so you can bend that heat sink around and allow the bulb to easily adapt and avoid any modifications to the housing.
With the many fan style LED headlights cluttering up marketplaces like Amazon, eBay(and now Wish!), it is surprise if the 6S headlights sit right up next to the 8th Gens as one of the leading designs in aftermarket LED lighting auto industry!
Stop by JDMASTAR.COM and pick up your 6S headlights today and remember….
“LED JDM Astar light your way!”