High Beam Headlight
About high beam headlight
High beam headlights offer much more visibility than low beam headlights. Such lights were also called main light beams and were guided forward and upward. It helps them to brighten up a larger distance on the way forward. Such lights may also trigger a major security problem by blinding drivers in the opposite direction because of the light throw. They are only recommended to be used in low-traffic areas and different states have laws as not to use high beam light
What is the purpose of high beam headlight?
High beams extend the visibility range to twice that of the low beam lights. They should give long visibility and be used especially for travelling at highway speeds as it would provide sufficient time to react to a potential danger ahead.
How high beam headlight Works?
By default, the low beam headlights are enabled when the headlight switch is turned on. The high beam is triggered either by moving the turn indicator stalk away from the driver side, or by turning the spinning knob in a stand-alone switch to the high beam position. This would power the relay with high beams that activates high beam lights. Because of the resistance, as the current passes through the filament inside the bulb, the filaments heat up and then glow. With the help of mirrors and reflectors this light has been produced in focused forward and up.
Where is high beam headlight Located?
The high beam headlights are placed in the headlight housing at either side of the front of the vehicle.