PBW2C1N001

Li-polymer / 160lm / 4.5h


Compact Sensor Bike Light Auto Brightness Adjustment


Available in 1 colour
  • Swivel Bracket
  • Direct Plug to Recharge Battery
Beam Pattern Simulation
  • Light Sensor Operation – Blue Indicator ON
  • Quick Attach / Release
  • 3W Gen 2 LG White LED – Up to 160 Lumens
  • Multi-mode Operation – Auto Operation - Light Sensor Mode – Manual Operation – High, Low & 3Hz Flashing
  • Light Sensor detects Environment Light and adjusts Brightness Automatically
  • LED Indicator on Switch shows Auto Operation & Charging Status
  • Wide Beam Reflector with Top Cut-off Rim Avoids Glare
  • 180° Side Visibility
  • Switch Protection – Long Press for ON/OFF
  • Runs on either Li- polymer Rechargeable Battery [Included] or Disposable AA Si ze Alkaline Batteries [Not Included]
  • Direct Plug to Recharge Battery by Micro USB
  • Circuit Protection Prevents Battery from Over-charging or Over-discharging
  • Replaceable Rechargeable Battery as Backup Power
  • 20° Swivel Bracket – Tool-free Mounting or Dismantle
  • Water Resistant
  • Operation

    [Long press for ON/OFF]
    [Click to cycle through lighting modes as follows]
    AUTO > HIGH > LOW > 3Hz FLASHING
    [At Auto Operation (Blue Indicator ON), brightness level will be adjusted automatically according to environment]

  • Battery Type

    1 x 3.7V 650mAh Li-polymer Rechargeable Battery [Included] or 2 x 1.5V AA Alkaline Batteries [Not Included]

  • Charging Info

    2.5hrs Charging Time [DC5V 500mA Input]
    Red LED ON – Charging
    Green LED ON – Fully Charged

  • Battery Cycle

    500 cycles (Reserves ~80% Capacity after 500 cycles)

  • Bulb Type

    1 x 3W Gen 2 LG White LED

  • Accessories

    Mounting Bracket [Included, Fits 18–36mm Handlebar]
    Micro USB Cable [Included]

  • Size

    42mm x 105mm x 33mm [Without Bracket]
    42mm x 105mm x 75mm [With Bracket]

  • Weight

    98g [With Battery & Bracket]

ANSI
HIGH 160 Lumens 1700cd 80m 4.5h
LOW 60 Lumens 630cd 50m 9.5h
3Hz FLASHING* NA NA NA 15h
* Flashing mode specifications cannot be measured by ANSI FL1 standard.
Flashing mode runtime is based on measurement of battery capacity change only.