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Adaptive Front-lighting System VS Traditional Headlights

Published by unipower August 14,2020

Recently,there are some customers ask us why Adaptive Front-lighting System are far

superior to traditional headlights, they want to know more about it. Here we have some to share.

 

Driving in the dark, when driving a turn, the driver will have a visual blind spot, which brings certain

hidden dangers to safe driving. For better driving safety, the car's lighting has a Adaptive Front-lighting

System(AFS) configuration. The Adaptive Front-lighting System can automatically adjust the deflection

of the headlights according to the driving speed, steering angle, etc., so that the "unreached" area can

be illuminated in advance, to provide a full range of safety lighting to ensure that the driver has the

best visibility at all times.

 

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Adaptive front lighting system: The up and down swing of the lamp is not called AFS, but  called self-test. All our drive

modules have this function. The AFS function is to swing left and right, that is, the light turns with the steering wheel.

 

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Yellow line: The dynamic turn light turns the headlight in the forward direction with the rotation angle of the steering

wheel.Therefore, it can provide effective lighting for the road ahead. In the case of insufficient lighting, especially

in the case of corners, adaptive front lighting system can help you see farther and find adverse conditions earlier.

Red line: The traditional headlights are always consistent with the direction of the car body, and cannot effectively

illuminate the blind area inside the curve.

 

As shown in the picture below:

 

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Adaptive Front Lighting System Advantages: Significantly improve the lighting in front of the road

when turning. At the same time, because the driver can find road obstacles and other vehicles early and

have time to respond when the alertness is high enough, the safety performance is greatly improved.