ClickCease 9012 Light Bulbs – 9012 HID Bulbs, 9012 LED Headlight Bulbs


  1. What is the brightest 9012 headlight bulb?
    The brightness of a 9012-headlight bulb is typically measured in lumens, which is a unit of measurement for the total amount of visible light emitted by a bulb. The brightness of a 9012 bulb can vary depending on the brand and model, but some high-performance options can have a brightness of up to 3,500 lumens. 9012 applications are in projectors so the brightest option for output will be an HID Kit.
  2. How many lumens is a 9012 bulb?
    The lumens output of a 9012 bulb can vary depending on the specific product, but many 9012 bulbs have a lumens output of around 2000Lm to 2500lm lumens.
  3. Can I use 9005 instead of 9012?
    The 9005 and 9012 bulbs are not interchangeable as they have different base sizes and fitments. The 9005 bulb has a P20d base and can be used in a high beam 9012 applications, while the 9012 bulb has a P22d base and is typically used in low beam applications. If you are looking for an alternative bulb for 9012, 9006 will fit and work in place of 9012.
  4. Are 9012 bulbs dual beam?
    Some 9012 bulbs are dual beam, meaning they can be used in either low beam or high beam applications. However, not all 9012 bulbs are dual beam, so it is important to check the product specifications to determine the intended use of the bulb.
  5. What is the use of CANbus in HID?
    CANbus (Controller Area Network bus) is a communication system that is used in many modern vehicles to allow different electronic systems to communicate with each other. In the context of HID (High Intensity Discharge) lighting, CANbus systems can be used to help prevent errors or issues with the HID lights by sending and receiving data about the lighting system's performance.
  6. Are 9012 and 9005 the same?
    The 9012 and 9005 bulbs are not the same. As mentioned earlier, the 9012 bulb has a P22d base and is typically used in low beam applications, while the 9005 bulb has a P20d base and is commonly used in high beam applications. They also have different shapes and sizes, and are not interchangeable.
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