HID Canada Team Comment
Have you ever wondered what's inside these "magical" cancellers people sell?
How can shops sell "cancellers" without actually knowing or telling the end user
what it is? We went out and purchased a pair of every single different ones and
tested them against the most common scenarios. This ensures that we can tell you
exactly what's inside and that it will work for you. If you would like to craft
your own based on the components listed, feel free! Information empowers
everyone, and what we found out was pretty intriguing.
As part of our commitment to you, we show you what's exactly inside. See our
product picture above!
- Some cancellers only had a small unmarked resistor
- All capacitors were 4700uF but varied widely in the vmax
- Many use plastic housings instead of heat dissapating
- Some are fused, some are not
- NO ONE could tell us definitively what
was inside their "canceller" or why it works for "BMW" or "Audi" only
- NO ONE has actually done an
investigation to this scale!
- If the canceller is small, then it likely doesn't contain
what you need
- IMPORTANT: Please contact us
for assistance with specific use cases!
- For use to stabilize Daytime Running Light voltage, alleviating
- DRL is not disabled, but rather keep the DRL at full voltage, allowing
the HIDs to function normally.
- Required for some one-off applications such as build year 2006 BMW
- Eliminate bulb out warning for select vehicles
- Full metal casing as opposed to plastic moulded housing of other units
on the market
- Will not work correctly with relay
wiring harness or in bi-xenon applications
- 2 x canceller units (one for each side)
- Full metal casing (very important for proper heat dissapation!)
- 2 x 5.1 ohm 20 watt resistor
- 1 x 16v 4700uF capacitor
- Individually fused for your protection (no others are!)
- 3.0in x 2.5in x 1.5in size. This is LARGER