A new light-emitting diode (LED) light that can dim the darkness around your vehicle will cost you less than a new, fully functional headlights, and is set to become a mainstream alternative in cars for the first time.
A new LED light, which dims the darkness of the car’s interior, has been approved by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
The light is the first in a range of LED headlights to come from a company that manufactures them in China.
The company, China Lighting Technology, is also making the headlights available in the US.
The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission said the light has an output of less than 30 lumens and dims light by using a technology called NIR-NIR.
It works by projecting light to a small area in front of the vehicle’s headlights.
When it dims, the light is reflected back to the driver, allowing the driver to see more clearly.
The car’s driver, or front passenger, can then see a much brighter image than if they were driving at night.
“Our goal with the NIRN light is to offer a bright, easy-to-use alternative to the more expensive traditional daytime headlights,” Mr Zhao, the president of the company, said in a statement.
“The NIR lights are also able to dim the night light when the driver is using their headlights.”
In addition to dimming the night-time light, the NRC said the headlights also emit an “energy saving effect” by reducing the heat emissions from the engine.
The LEDs are made by a Chinese company called Lixia Technology, which has an agreement with the Australian government.
Mr Zhao said the company is working on producing them in Australia, although it would not say when the lights would be on the roads.
“In the future, we will also have LED headlights in other countries that have already achieved the same standards and specifications as we have,” Mr Liu said.
The Australian Competition Commissioner, John Grant, welcomed the approval of the new light.
“We welcome the move towards a more environmentally friendly light system that has been widely adopted by the industry,” he said.
“This technology will provide safer, more efficient lighting for the community and the environment.”
Topics:light-emission-trading,consumer-protection,electronics-technology,car,education,australia,united-statesFirst posted November 21, 2018 16:00:42More stories from New South Wales