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PIAA - Light Package Information

PIAA Light Package Information

Rally Innovations provides light packages when ordering our Rally Light Bars and Light Plates, saving you more money. You will see the light package options on the drop down menus as you browse through our light bar and light plate applications.

PIAA is a great choice of lights that uses halogen bulbs. PIAA has developed technology that brings out the best of halogen bulbs. We offer models that vary in size, patterns, and light outputs.

Model Series

40 Series Driving Clear Halogen (6" Diameter) - (Detailed Gallery)

  • Uses 55-Watt (consumption) halogen bulb
  • Driving Clear Halogen model only
  • Rally Innovations has this package available that includes:
    • (2) PIAA Lights
    • Wiring Harness
    • Relay
    • Switch

510 Series Types (4" Diameter) - (Detailed Gallery)

  • PIAA's number one selling light series
  • Uses 55-Watt (consumption) halogen bulb
  • Brightness Depends on Model Type (See "Model Types" Below)
  • Rally Innovations has this package available that includes:
    • (2) PIAA Lights
    • Wiring Harness
    • Relay
    • Switch

520 Series Types (6" Diameter) - (Detailed Gallery)

  • Uses 85-Watt (consumption) halogen bulb
  • Brightness Depends on Model Type
  • Rally Innovations has this package available that includes:
    • (2) PIAA Lights
    • Wiring Harness
    • Relay
    • Switch

Reflector Types

Intense White/Xtreme White Plus
The standard series of lights that PIAA has developed, producing high light output with stock power draw.

Ion Crystal (Yellow)
The Ion Crystal line of lights come with a yellow bulb suited for night driving in inclement weather. The added yellow tint is easier on the eyes for prolonged driving. We highly recommend these lights if you find yourself in rainy, snowy, or foggy environments.

Super Multi-Surface Reflector (SMR)
SMR provides a "clear" lens look, that is achieved by the highly engineered reflector focusing a beam pattern without the use of lens fluting.

Model Light Output Comparison Table

Back in the day, we got used to what a commonly produced 60-watt or 100-watt (power consumption) bulb looked light in terms of brightness. When lighting technology advanced, light bulbs were able to produce the same light output while consuming less watts (power consumption). Using "watts" to indicate brightness became irrelevant. These days, when we ask "how bright the light is," we use the proper unit of light output measurement, lumens, rather than watts. Confusingly enough, you can still see watts listed twice on packages - one for consumption and the other for brightness.

To make PIAA model comparisons easier, we have the following table that shows the wattage (light output) that was provided by PIAA, and the approximate lumens conversion:

Beam Patterns

Driving Pattern (10-20°)
Driving lights are mounted to provide illumination forward of the vehicle and intended to supplement the high beam of a standard headlamp system. It is not intended for use alone or with the low beam of a standard headlamp system.

Fog Pattern (90-100°)
Fog lights provide illumination forward of the vehicle that enhances visibility in fog, rain, snow, or dust. Fog lights are intended to be used in conjunction with standard headlamp low beams.

All-Terrain-Pattern (ATP), also known as a "Hybrid" (40-45°)
ATP delivers a beam with the perfect combination of height, width, and distance that is much better for off-road use than a standard fog or driving light. It features a beam, that is wider than a driving light and longer than a fog. In short, when you’re crawling through the woods, this light really shines. We highly recommend this light for off-roading only as its not designed to be used on the street.

Housing Color

Black Housing and Grid Cover (Standard Color)
The standard color that blends well with many applications, or if you want that stealthier look.