Oracle Lighting

Oracle Halo Headlights & Fog-Lights
  • Oracle ColorSHIFT Halo Kits use RGB Lighting Technology
  • Oracle Halo Headlights Have a Lifetime of over 50,000 Hours of Use
  • Halo Rings Acts as Daytime Running Light for Increased Safety
  • Super Bright LUMAFLUX CCFL Lighting Technology
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Installation of a Oracle Lighting Halo Kit is one of the most dramatic modifications you can do to your vehicle for such a small investment.These Oracle Lights utilize the latest technology and can be seen even in direct sunlight.

Regardless of what type of vehicle you drive we have a halo solution for you. Oracle Lighting kits install seamlessly into existing quality OEM factory lights which preserves the original look of the vehicle while adding custom flare. Unlike other cheap "halo" headlights that use one LED to illuminate the ring the Oracle Halo rings have HUNDREDS of high quality 3528 Bridgelux (Made in the USA) LEDs. This product is so well engineered that it will outlive your car GUARANTEED! These kits carry a LIFETIME Warranty.

Kelvin (K) Defined
The (K) Kelvin Rating of light is a measure od Color Not Brightness. The higher the K#, the bluer the light is. Oracle offers 4300K - 10000K.

Oracle offers Special Colors for Halo Rings

Oracle Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What are the rings made from?
A: SMD - or "Surface Mount Diode" Halos utilize an advanced type of LED chip that can produce brilliant light output while only consuming a small amount of power. The SMD chips are installed onto a CAD designed 6-layer PCB (Printed Circuit Board) which is very sturdy and will not break if pressured. The PCB can easily be mounted to a headlight housing using the pre-installed 3M adhesive tape backing.

A: PLASMA - Plasma LED Halo Rings are the latest advancement in Solid-State Lighting Technology. The Plasma Halos feature dozens of semiconductors which make direct contact to the circuit board essentially turning the entire Plasma ring into one LED. The design makes for optimal thermal management, high packing density, and overall high performance light output. This new technology is not only brighter than previous LED Halo Rings but it also features very consistent light output and appears as one solid ring rather than a ring of individual LEDS.

A: CCFL (Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lighting) core technology is a phosphor coated glass tube filled with mercury gas. CCFL produces a very bright white light with a slight hint of blue or cyan. The look is very "high tech" and matches HID equipped lights exceedingly well. Additionally, this technology provides for very bright output from the halo rings so they're visible day or night.

Q: How long will these really last?
A: SMD's have a lifetime of 60,000 hours of continuous use.
A: Plasma's have a lifetime of 100,000 hours of continuous use.
A: CCFL's have a lifetime of 50,000 hours of continuous use.

Q: What are "Demon Eyes"?
A: Also known as Halos, Angel Eyes, etc. Demon Eyes are an Attractive and Legal alternative to the ugly OEM Daytime Running Lights our vehicles come with. Developed originally by BMW, the "halos" surround the outside edge of the reflectors in your headlight housings. When your car is on the rings will light up just like your normal DRLs would.

Q: Who can install the Demon Eyes?
A: Any person having basic tools and some technical experience a understanding of 12V power can install the Demon Eyes. Normal installation time for a first timer is 3-5 hours.

Q: Will installing the Demon Eyes void my warranty?
A: Most dealerships will regard the Demon Eyes kit in the same manner as an aftermarket fog light kit. Since these Halos can be installed without affecting the electrical system on the vehicle.

Q: Will I have to do any additional wiring?
A: Oracle Halo kits are shipped with "Plug and Play" connectors so you can plug the inverter directly into the parking light and turn on and off from the factory headlight switch.

Oracle SMD Halo Troubleshooting Guide

Oracle Plasma Halo Troubleshooting Guide

Oracle CCFL Halo Troubleshooting Guide

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