A fiber-and-LED-based vehicle headlamp is presented in which light rays emitted from multiple high-power LEDs are gathered using a light collector and then guided into a projector lamp via an optical fiber. This proposed headlamp is intended to reduce the lamp size and the heat-dissipation problem simultaneously. Detailed geometric analysis of the headlamp is given, and the optical efficiency for each component part is also calculated using a TracePro program. The computer simulation results show that the headlamp can produce a legal Economic Commission for Europe low-beam pattern with a total optical efficiency up to 49.4%, and only eight 5-W LEDs (120 lm each) are required.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics