Mazda 5 with Factory HID/Xenon Headlights 2008, HID Headlight Replacement Bulb by Philips®, 1 Bulb, 4200K. These Philips Xenon Standard bulbs are the perfect option to replace your aged or burned out factory bulbs. First of all, they ensure great illumination through delivering 200% more light on the road which allows drivers to quickly notice road signs as well as different obstacles and therefore enhances safety when on the go. The anti-UV coating protects these HID bulbs from damaging ultraviolet rays while high-quality quartz glass provides more strength and resistance to vibration and temperatures.
|Bulb size: D2S|
|Primary voltage (Volt): 85|
|Primary power (Watt): 35|
|Color temperature (Kelvin): 4200|
|Lumens: 3400 ±250|
Powerful light from Xenon HID bulb offers maximum safety
Xenon HID (High Intensity Discharge) bulbs offer twice as much light for safer driving in all conditions. The intense white light produced by the Xenon HID bulbs is comparable to daylight. Studies have shown that Xenon automotive lighting helps drivers concentrate on the road and distinguish road signs and obstacles much faster than traditional bulbs.
Xenon Standard is the original quality replacement option
Philips Xenon Standard offers the light performance of a new vehicle. Made from quartz glass Philips bulbs are impervious to humidity and resistant to thermal shock. A fallen drop of cold water will not damage the hot HID bulb. This can especially help when you drive through water with a broken headlight unit.
Philips car bulbs are impervious to humidity
Only a burning bulb made of quartz glass (filament 2650°С, glass 800°С) can withstand thermal shocks. If a drop of cold water touches the hot bulb, which can happen when you drive through water with a broken headlight unit, this Philips bulb is ready to resist heat shock.
Resistant to UV rays, temperatures, and vibrations
The anti-UV coating technology protects the bulbs against harmful ultraviolet radiation. Made from high-quality quartz glass that is stronger than hard glass, the bulbs can withstand extreme temperatures and vibration, which eliminates the risk of explosion. The capability of increased pressure inside the bulb allows for producing a more powerful light.
Comply with stringent standards of ECE homologation
Philips bulbs are manufactured from premium materials to maximize safety and driving comfort of customers. The entire production is thoroughly tested, controlled and certified (ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and QSO 9000) to the highest ECE requirements.
Award-winning car bulb manufacturer
Philips bulbs are endorsed by automotive experts.
Philips is the choice of all major car manufacturers
For over 100 years, Philips has been at the forefront of the automotive lighting industry, introducing technological innovations that have become standard on modern vehicles. Today, one in three autos worldwide is equipped with a Philips light source.
Unwilling to compromise when it comes to your safety and comfort, Philips uses the latest innovations and exclusive manufacturing technologies which allows the company to offer you highly reliable and efficient bulbs. These Philips bulbs offer 200% more light than factory bulbs. They are guaranteed to perform at their peak for many years ahead. Plus, these Philips bulbs are crafted from advanced materials to ensure durability that is hard to beat. They are tested, controlled, and certified (ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and QSO 9000) in compliance with ECE requirements. These bulbs deliver super white light that is similar to daylight which helps drivers concentrate on the road as well as distinguish road signs and obstacles easier and faster than original bulbs.
The bulbs feature special anti-UV coating which protects the bulbs from hazardous ultraviolet radiation, making them great for all driving conditions and providing their longevity. UV-quartz glass is stronger than hard glass and is impervious to extreme temperatures and vibration, which reduces the risk of explosion. Philips quartz-glass bulbs (filament 2 650ºC and glass 800ºC) are also able to resist thermal shock. For instance, if a cold water drop falls on the burning bulb, it won’t be damaged.
Philips® is a global leader in the areas of Consumer Electronics, Healthcare and Lighting. The company was founded in late 1891 to manufacture reliable incandescent lamps and other electrical products and make them affordable for everyone who needed them. Over a century later, Philips is still committed to improving the lives of people around the world, providing forward-thinking technologies and innovative solutions ranging from award-winning computer monitors and digital voice recorders to automotive bulbs and audio electronics.