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Ring Automotive Lyra Dual Function LED Day/Night Lamp 18 LEDs Ice White

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Overview

  • Dual function includes daytime running and night-time styling function providing 24 hour operation
  • Lights illuminate when engine is started to comply with legislation via a built in automatic lights on kit
  • 18 Ice White LEDs in each unit for maximum light output

Product overview

• Dual function includes daytime running and night-time styling function providing 24 hour operation
• Lights illuminate when engine is started to comply with legislation via a built in automatic lights on kit
• 18 Ice White LEDs in each unit for maximum light output
• Voltage: 12V / 24V
• Product dimensions: 20 x 160 x 45 mm
• Product weight: 0.6 kg

As of February 7th 2011, Daytime Running lamps became mandatory on all new types of approved passenger vehicles. Research has shown that these lights will help improve vehicle visibility and reduce the risk of accidents in daylight hours by up to 15% and they are a more cost effective to use in terms of both maintenance and fuel costs than switching on a vehicle’s headlights. The Ring DRL is ‘E’ marked to the daylight running legislation and is fitted with high powered LEDs and comes complete with a fast fit kit which switches the lights on automatically when the engine is started.

Would these fit a 2008 Jaguar XF. The battery is in the boot therefore I think it will have to be connected to the ignition circuit rather than straight to the battery.

Asked by: Dave
Yes but you would have to locate a 12v source on the car we can't advise on how to do so.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-02-09
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