Bring on the night
WITH AGS 9012 HIR2 HALOGEN GLOBES
AGS Halogen Globes ensure excellent light-beam performance with up to 1650 Lumens. AGS 9012 HIR2 globes provide warm white light with 3300 - 5500 brightness that will allow better night vision without blinding other drivers.
Whether driving in
or under prolonged
or driving through
AGS Halogen Headlights
ECE & ADR
AGS 9012 HIR2 Halogen globe is among the safest, easiest and most efficient ways to upgrade your car headlights within legal parameters. AGS globes are fully ECE certified and complies with Australian Driving Rules (ADR).
This ensures that your car will pass roadworthy in all Australian states and territories
As electric current passes through the tungsten wire filament, the filament heats up and glows, thereby producing light.
The tungsten material evaporates in this process but is redeposited on the filament after contact with the inert halogen gas around.
This evaporation and re-deposition cycle eventually deteriorates the filament and causes the bulb to 'burn out'.
No Radio Interference
The combination of the built-in EMC system and the use of shield power cables reduces the possibility of radio interference.
Yellow and “warm white” bulbs tend to be more like sunlight and are less attractive to insects than “cool white” bulbs that have a bluish tone.
The structure of
AGS 9012 HIR2
Plug & Play
So Easy. So Simple. So Fast
So. So. Simple.
AGS HIR2 Halogen Globes are identical to OEM
globes and offer easy PLUG and PLAY installation. It is
compatible with all cars with an HIR2 globe.
1 x AGS HIR2 Halogen Globes
Improved visibility in fog, snow and rain
Plug & Play Installation, No cutting or professional installation is required
Electrically Protected against RFI and EM Interference
Warm white light with (3300 - 5500K) of brightness but less dazzling to other drivers at night.
Up to 500 - 900 hours of use
AGS HIR2 Halogen Globe is able to cut through fog and rain more effectively compared to white or blue
ECE and ADR Compliant
Suitable for cars' High/Low beam and Fog light
High-quality UV-quartz glass for superior shock and temperature resistant
Warm white halogen globes attracts less insects than bright white lights
What do the codes like H4, H7, H11, P21W/5, etc, mean?
These are universal shortcodes indicating the bulb type and dimensions. Different vehicles use different bulb types depending on the original lamp design. AGS Halogen Globes feature a wide collection of bulb types, and most of our ranges cover the popular headlamp and fog lamp applications.
Why can't I touch the bulb glass with my fingers? What happens if I do?
When your fingers come into contact with the bulb glass, alkaline compounds and oil residue are transferred onto the glass. When the bulb is in operation, this causes uneven heating at the contact spots, which can weaken the glass structure.
As a result, the bulb lifespan will be reduced, the glass may crack under unstable heat conditions, and in rare severe cases, the bulb may even explode.
Therefore, always use gloves when handling bulbs, and avoid touching the glass with bare hands.
Do I have to change the left and right bulbs at the same time?
We strongly recommend replacing bulbs as a pair, especially for headlamp and fog lamp applications. After a period of usage, bulbs will start to dim. Replacing only one bulb will lead to light imbalance. That’s why our bulbs usually come in a set of 2.