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  • 93055 Regensburg
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OSRAM extends XENARC portfolio

New generation: XENARC D2 COOL BLUE lamp with 5,000 Kelvin

(PresseBox) (Regensburg, ) Good visibility, safe driving and still cutting a "cool" figure on the road - the new XENARC D2 COOL BLUE lamp from OSRAM makes it possible. The extraordinary light colour and the blue, unusually high-contrast light stands out clearly from light emitted by conventional gas discharge lamps with a low colour temperature.

The XENARC D2 COOL BLUE not only promises safe driving comfort; it is a must for tuning enthusiasts whose vehicle already features Xenon lamps. With its high-contrast, bluish-white light it combines innovative technology with expressive design, turning the car into an attraction on the road. The lamp is used for main light functions such as dipped headlights and full beam.

First lamp with colour temperature of 5,000 Kelvin approved The OSRAM XENARC D2 COOL BLUE is the first Xenon lamp with 5,000 Kelvin approved for road traffic (E1 permit). It s powerful, bluish-white light stands for perfect safety on the road and meets all the safety requirements of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (ECE). Compliance with its standards ensures an optimal, glarefree illumination of the road.

High-contrast, glare-free light boasts long life As the market leader in automotive lamps, OSRAM once again makes the running in terms of safety with its XENARC D2 COOL BLUE. Close to natural daylight, the highcontrast light of the lamp is easy on the eye, thus helping to prevent tiredness behind the wheel. The driver is able to concentrate for longer and can react more quickly to obstacles and dangers.

The XENARC D2 COOL BLUE lamps also boast an extremely long life and, once fitted, do not ususally need replacing. Small wonder: XENARC lamps operate for an average of 3,000 hours.