Nissan Rogue is a compact SUV crossover that debuted in October 2007. It started to produce in 2008 by Nissan. Rogue was supplied in two versions: S, SV (this option became available after 2011) an SL.
“S” type is the base version that has the abs; air conditioning; cruise control; power windows; locks and mirrors; automatic and AM/FM/CD stereo with 4 speakers and auxiliary Jack.
“SL” type is an improved modification of the Rogue. In 2014 Rogue of the first generation continued producing under the name of Nissan Rogue Select.
In 2009 Nissan introduced a sporty version of Rogue: Rogue "Krom" Edition It differs from the normal version by such parameters: it has a more sporty look with Nissan Rogue headlights; 17 inch alloy wheels, special exhaust system with the muffler located in the middle.
Nissan Rogue LED headlights, 2014 2015 2016 oem LED xenon headlight.
In addition to the Rogue version it is also available Krom Nissan Cube. In 2014 Rogue the first generation again went on sale under the name Rogue Select. It was produced in Japan.
Any vehicle – car, train, airplane, motorcycle, scooter, etc. – are equipped with lighting devices. Car headlights are designed to illuminate the road in normal conditions and in bad weather, and dark hours with bright rays of light that are focused on the distance. Automotive optics was improved together with the development of the machinery industry and. If earlier car headlights were analogues of lights, then today they are complex optical devices, which use different light sources: incandescent, halogen and xenon lamps, LED headlights, laser beams. The appearance and design of the headlights has also changed significantly.
Nissan Rogue HID headlights, 2010-2013oem HID xenon headlight.
Headlights can be distinguished in four types according to the method of action of the lamp:
- Incandescent bulbs
- Halogen bulbs
- Xenon bulbs
- Led bulbs
- Incandescent bulbs
- They are most simple, same as normal bulbs. Its work is provided by a tungsten filament placed in a vacuum glass bulb. When voltage is applied it heats the tungsten filament that generates light. These lamps are not very reliable, they are obsolete: tungsten constantly evaporates from the filament.
- Halogen lamps
- They are also frequently used in everyday life. The mechanism of its work is about the same – a glowing of tungsten filament, but due to the fact that there is a couple of Halogens (Iodine or Bromine) that are pumped inside the bulb and interact with atoms of tungsten and do not allow the latter to settle, they move around the threads of the spiral, occasionally sticking to it again.
- Xenon lamps (gas-discharge)
- They are also common in the automotive industry. At first they were, as always, by Germans – they put xenon headlights on the BMW of the seventh series in 1994. This device works by heating of xenon gas – a noble gas that emits plenty of light during the heating. These lamps are much more powerful than discharge ones. For example, at a power of 35 W xenon lamp produces a luminous flux of 3000-3200 LM, that is for 30 % more than a halogen bulb of 70 W can produce.
- The basis of a led headlight is a semiconductor crystal, which converts electrical current into light. First such devices appeared in the industrial sector, but now they are widely integrated into everyday life. In the automotive industry, LEDs began to be used for side lighting — brake lights, illumination dash board, cabin lighting and so on.
Undeniable advantages of led modules for Nissan Rogue are the following:
- Quick activation, the maximum brightness of the light flux is activated instantaneous, in a fraction of seconds
- Durability. The service life is about 30,000 hours. A Xenon lamp has 3 000 hours of life.
- Safe in maintenance.
- Low energy of consumption.
- The economic component (you don’t need xenon lamps and their replacement in the future; you do not require ballasts and also their replacement in the future)
- High brightness HID headlights (it is twice brighter than conventional xenon modules)