ORACLE Lighting Oculus Bi-LED Switchback Projector Headlights for 18-up Jeep Wrangler JL and 20-up Gladiator JT
Introducing the all-new Oculus™ Bi-LED Headlamp system by ORACLE Lighting, now with an additional Switchback Amber Turn Signal Halo! Featuring advanced LED projection with 4,800 Lumens of high-quality illumination for enhanced driver visibility in all weather conditions.
The LED light source has lower power demands compared to the factory lamps while providing more light output.
Precision LED lighting projector for optimum light distribution and beam angle. Installs using original mounting hardware and headlight wiring is Plug & Play into the factory connector without additional relays or harnesses. LED Halo features over 200 bright white LEDs for a vivid lighting impact and 200 bright amber LEDs for Turn Signal Functionality. White Halo is activated through the factory Parking Lights and the Turn Signal wires with the included Plug & Play wiring adapter.
These all-new headlamps provide enhanced driver visibility with increased and focused LED light output. Complete headlight replacement, better light focus than a simple bulb upgrade. Switchback function provides both White Halo and Amber LED Turn Signal Functionality. Installation is simplified by a Plug & Play wiring harness which plugs into the factory connector. Package includes tool for easy beam angle adjustability for proper light focus on lifted Jeeps.
Light focus is very important for not only driver safety but others on the road who can potentially have their vision obstructed by glare. This is especially significant on lifted vehicles where the light source is raised and in a position to interfere with the field of vision of other drivers. These new Oculus headlights feature a very sharp cut-off line and focus light with precision specifically to avoid such issues.
It is undeniably important to implement proper thermal management tools for high-performance LEDs to operate with reliability in various environments. Oculus utilizes both active and passive cooling methods to sustain low LED temperatures. Remote mounted heat sinks and an internal cooling fan work in conjunction to insure proper temperature control and longevity of the LEDs.