In the cars come with OEM Xenon
projector, 98% of the lens in the projectors’ size has two
types, one is 2.5 inch lens and the other is 3 inch lens.
And original lens is mainly use "fresnel" or "frosted"
The reason why the clear lens is more and more popular now
is because after swap and upgrade with clear lens, the projector’s
optical performance becomes better, and with it can get
very beautiful and sharp light cutoff, the light will looks
Clear lens supplied by WWW.OEMXENONSHOP.COM is support 90%
projector’s upgrade, have many different types. If you do
not find the correct clear lens for your car, you can email
us, we will try our best to supply you the matching clear
lens to upgrade.
In a projector, the lens helps shape and focus
the light. A clear and well focused lens helps contribute
to a superb image. We have all experienced waking up with
our eyes glazed and having trouble focusing, it yields a
vague blurry image. In much the same way, you need a quality
clear lens to produce sharp projected light. OEM projectors
often come with "fresnel" or "frosted"
lenses. Since no two projectors are exactly the same, these
fresnel lenses are designed to ensure uniform color and
output among a range of manufacturing deviations. The downside
of this is the lens' "frosty" appearance tends
to blur the light that passes through it. On the foreground
this has virtually no effect but it wreaks havoc on your
cutoff. The penalty is your cutoff is less distinct and
not particularly colorful and thus is not as impressive.
Clear lenses are custom fabricated to enhance the sharpness
and color of your cutoff. The crystal clear nature of clear
lenses means your cutoff isn't blurred and appears "razor
sharp." In addition the clear lens' altered shape and
spacing is specifically tuned to each projector to yield
vibrantly colorful and sharp cutoffs. A lens swap alone
can take a projector from "dull" to "wow!"
and will truly set you apart from stock! However, achieving
a stunning cutoff is a fine balancing act. Modifications
to enhance cutoff can be, and often are, overdone. This
can cause a number of problems including uneven light output,
oversized cutoffs, and can even result in light from your
projectors spilling upwards which wastes valuable output
and distracts oncoming traffic.