The Diode Dynamics LED upgrade for your
Infiniti G37 License Place Lights!
License plate bulbs are used to illuminate the rear license plate on
your vehicle. From the factory, the bulbs are incandescent, lighting up
in a yellowish color.
Newer luxury cars use LED modules to illuminate the license plate with
modern, cool white light. By changing your license plate bulbs to LED,
you can easily add this luxury look to your vehicle!
The installation is 100% plug-and-play, just replace your factory bulb.
With low price and easy install, this is one of the best, easiest
modifications you can do to improve how your car looks at night.
design, with one 5050-size Epistar SMD chip. Outputs at 180 degrees.
compact design, with two 5050-size Epistar SMD chips, driven at high
power for maximum effective brightness. Outputs at 180 degrees.
high-power SMD under a diffusing lens for truly even output (no
hotspots). Constant current design and air-cooled base for superior
reliability. Features dual contact pins and nonpolar function for easy
bulb uses a single OSRAM high-power chip, with high resistance to defeat
bulb-out warnings in some German vehicles. Enclosed in an aluminum
cover, with diffusing lens. May be too long for some applications.
high-power SMDs, under a diffusing lens. Just like the HP3, but run at
higher power, with integrated copper plating for superior heat
dissipation, allowing maximum brightness.
bulbs use a quality inject-molded 194/168 T10 terminal, with a full-size
base connector and proper pin alignment, designed for exact replacement
of your factory 194 bulb. Just remove the old bulb, and plug in the new
your order is TWO BULBS.
BEWARE! Most sellers just provide "calculated" lumen numbers, based on
the maximum potential brightness of the LED chips on the bulb. For
example, if a bulb has five 10-lumen chips, they will rate it at 50
lumens. However, this is not accurate, as the design of an LED bulb does
not get rid of heat fast enough to run the LEDs at maximum.
These "calculated" lumen ratings are much, much higher than the true,
measured light output, so it will look like competitors' bulbs are
brighter than ours. This is because Diode Dynamics does not provide
inflated "calculated" numbers; we believe it is misleading. We test the
actual brightness of the bulbs in our lab, to provide real lumen output
measurements. Our measurements are accurate, but they are usually much
lower than the misleading "calculated" figures. Please click
here to learn more about LED brightness measurement.
Components. Diode Dynamics uses only the highest quality LED
chips in the production of its bulbs. This means we use only brand-name
suppliers such as Epistar, Cree, Osram, and Samsung.
While our bulbs may look the same as others on the market, most copycat
bulbs use economy-grade LED chips in order to reduce costs. This greatly
reduces the reliability and overall brightness of the bulb when you
compare it to Diode Dynamics.
Construction. Although LED technology allows for extremely long
bulb life, the market is flooded with cheap LED bulbs that fail
prematurely due to inferior construction. The worst enemy of LEDs is
excessive heat, and when bulbs are not designed properly, they do not
disperse heat as well, leading to premature failure.
Off-brand, cheap bulbs exhibit poor solder uniformity, high levels of
flux in the solder, uneven chip placement, low-gauge terminal wires,
poor assembly, and bulbs held together with inferior adhesives. At best,
solder joints will crack and fail on low-quality LEDs after a few weeks
of use. In the worst case, these bulbs can damage housings as the extra
flux and adhesive evaporates and creates a residue on the lens of the
Diode Dynamics bulbs are produced with modern, computerized equipment,
and only the best materials, to ensure complete uniformity, high
quality, and long bulb life.