LED lighting technology has become the main force on the residential lighting (led lights) market. And meanwhile it is occupying the industrial and commercial lighting market. Experts estimated that after 2015, LED vehicle lamps will widely spread all over the world. It is very important for electric vehicles. As a type of new-energy-applying transports, electric vehicles are still in an immature stage. In order to obtain a more stable working condition, designers may probably choose those internal equipments which can save more energy, such as LED lighting technology.
OSRAM indicated that after 2020, the estimated occupation of LED vehicle lamps in head lights and day-time lights market will increase from 13% to 34%.
LED vehicle lamps is not a new words for us, a large number vehicle manufacturers has already applied LED lighting products around their head lights and tail lights as auxiliary lighting tools. "LED can generate a more soft light, which is very important for night driving. We have conducted several tests, and the results indicated that LED heat lights and LED tail lights will reduce the accident rate by 2%-5%. " Indeed, LED lighting technology can save a lot of money for buyers, but it is also cost a lot to produce them. The sales director of OSRAM suggested that in the energy-saving aspect, LED lamps are no doubt the best choice. A 65W High Pressure Sodium Lamp (HPSL) can be replaced by a 14W LED lamps. A high-efficiency LED head light system can increased the total mileage of an electricity-using car after a charge. Thus whether it is based on saving fuel or on the aesthetics of appearance, LED will be the best choice for buyers. "We are considering a fully development of LED vehicle lighting technology. It is really a emergent and potential market. We plan to start from the external LED lamps."
McKinsey predicted that this technology will continue to develop. "Maybe in the near future our customers can use intelligent LED vehicle lamps. The structure and working principle of LED lamps made all these possible. Most automobile manufacturers may probably start from intelligent head lights, which can sense the specific driving conditions and adjust the light brightness automatically. "