100mm White 33 SMD LEDs Angel Eyes Halo Ring
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- Product Name : Car Angel Eyes SMD LED Ring Light;Main Material : Metal
- LED Number : 33;Outer Diameter : 100mm/ 3.9";Main Color : Silver Tone, Yellow
- Inner Diameter : 84mm / 3.3";Wire Length : 75mm / 3";Light Color : White
- Net Weight : 11g;Packge Content : 1 x Car Angel Eyes SMD LED Ring Light
This listing provides a pair of state of the art SMD LED angel eyes halo rings. The outer size is about 100mm and the inner side is 84mm. 33 LED chips inside totally. The Light Color is White. 1 Pieces Ring angel eyes light. Application: Daytime running light, high beam , turn light, dipped beam headlight, width lamp, fog lamp.These rings are a great customizing addition to your day time running light options inside your headlight as well as foglight. Although it is kind of easy to install, we still suggest that a professional installation is preferred. Also, please make sure the size of the rings matches your cars headlight area before purchase.
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I plan to use the ring for a macro illuminator. To make it a bit tidier I am hoping it will fit in a 100mm plastic diffuser case I bought elsewhere. This will also diffuse the spots so they won't turn up in photos of shiny things. I was also hoping that the LEDs would be dimmable with lower voltages. However, these LEDs are not dimmable and flickering occurs below 9V. Best to stick with 12V.
Also you get TWO of them (enough for one car I suppose) - this isn't called out in the text.
I may not be the best person to use for a review of this for car purposes.... BUT this object has other uses.
It turns out that this ring almost exactly fits around a 77mm filter for photography. If you have a 12V power supply you have a macro ring!!!!! I tried and it works GREAT for this purpose.
Without using the hood the ring fit perfectly around the end of my Canon 24-105 L lens; It also fit my 70-200 L 2.8 (not surprising as they both are 77mm filters ends).
The light is a little cool for my tastes - but it matched well with my 420 ex II flash. The light seems closely enough balanced that no filters were required to match.
For those wondering, I measured Lux at 6 inches to be about 2200, but I'm not sure which exact LEDs it uses. I also measured about 140mA draw. The ring is fairly well constructed (it's rigid and the solder connections to the LEDs are good). Looks like it pops off of some kind of sheet, so you might need to grind down two rough edges on the inner circle with a dremel or similar. The pigtail connections on mine are fine and all the LEDs light up with no issues off of a standard 12V supply.
The only problem was one group of LEDs was dead. It looks like these are soldered in groups of 3 LEDs with inline resistors. So 11 groups = 33 LEDs. One of the 11 groups of LEDs refused to light up. It could have been a poor solder joint but the solder job looked fine. It could have been a burned out resistor, but the resistor looked fine. The LEDs and resistors are surface mount. So I didn't feel like swapping out parts until I found the fault. I emailed Amazon and they had UPS pick it up the next day for a full refund (which was applied the day after). I'm very happy with Amazons return policy! It didn't cost me anything to return the product. Amazon paid for the return shipping and sent UPS to pick it up. UPS even had the label ready so I didn't have to print anything.
While I was waiting for UPS to arrive I hooked the LED ring to a 14v power supply that I had laying around. I wanted to see how bright they would be at 14v. They were noticably brighter than at 12v, but I wouldn't want to run them at 14v for fear of early burnout.
Overall, a great little product if all 33 LEDs were illuminated. I've since ordered replacements and I'll update if I have better (or worse) luck with them.