Friday, January 31, 2014

ShopPMLIT, a Source for Oracle Lighting Halo Rings

I've noticed cars, trucks, and motorcycles on the road with unique auto accessories in the form of differently styled head lights and other lighting features, but I never knew the specific names for the lighting kits used to create these effects.

I recently learned that a very well-known form of lighting is called halo rings or halo lights, and they are offered in different formats: plasma, CCFL, and LED. A popular brand of halo light kits is the Oracle brand, and a wide variety of Oracle products can be found online at ShopPMLIT.

When choosing the type of bulb you want for your halo lights, there are different factors to consider. A CCFL bulb will produce a smooth, glowing halo of light. With a CCFL, you have one tube of light rather than a series of lights. On the other hand, LED lights give you a series of individual bulbs, and the cool thing about this is that you can create a ring made up of multiple colors of light. LED lights are also more bright/visible than CCFLs. Finally, plasma lights are the latest technology when it comes to halo lights: they are good for 100,000 hours of use, and they offer brilliant light that is highly visible both at night and during the day.

For more information about headlights auto parts, ShopPLMIT is a useful resource on all sorts of automotive topics.

In addition to selling parts through their website, they are also experienced eBay sellers, and they have a blog with auto parts news.

By the way, if you are looking to purchase some cool lighting accessories for your vehicle, it's important to know that there are different regulations in different states regarding which color bulbs are legal for on-road driving, so be sure to check your local laws as you determine which halo lights are best for you.


  1. I remember entering a drive shop in Providence Rhode Island and they had tons of these halo lighting examples up everywhere. When it comes to adding a great look to your car and headlights, I would definitely check out some of these auto parts and consider buying some halo head lights. You can even set yourself up with some great tail lights as well.

  2. I'd never seen halo lighting until recently when it was featured in an auto parts store local to me. Headlights and tail lights were just lighting to me, but now I'm really enjoying the look this sort of LED customization is offering to car owners. It's just a shame I'm not driving a nicer car that could pull them off!

  3. Thanks for the comments, Jeffrey and Hugh! These lights are so cool that it is pretty tempting to want to get some. :)

  4. I think that LED lights can actually look pretty cool on any car, even one that's not brand new or a pricy make/model. You don't have to go for the high contrast like the green and blue above. You can opt for something subtler like white and just gives your car something special.