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BUSCH + MÜLLER LED headlamp battery-operated IXON IQ Speed Premium additional headlamp | StVZO

Item number:
22793
Product weight:
840 g
Manufacturers:

77,50 €
MSRP: 129,90 €
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BUSCH + MÜLLER LED battery headlights IXON IQ Speed Premium additional headlights | StVZO

The IXON IQ Speed Premium LED rechargeable battery headlight (second lamp) from the BUSCH + MÜLLER family with the revolutionary new IQ technology lights up in high-power mode for around 15 hours with up to 90 lux - with a large-area light field including close-range illumination. In low-power mode, a lighting time of around 50 hours is possible at 15 lux. The headlight is designed 100% for the highest sporting requirements.
The integrated cooling system prevents the headlight from overheating. With capacity indicator and charge level indicator. The headlight can be rotated and swiveled.

Included are a tightening strap with a quick release fastener (universal holder for all handlebar diameters and geometries) and a connection cable. The optionally available battery is fully charged in 6 hours. A quick charge can take place within 3 hours.

Note: A rechargeable battery is also required to operate the additional headlight!


Technical specifications:

Light source: 1 white indicator LED
Battery: high-performance battery
Luminosity: 15-90 lux
Burn time:
up to 15 hours in high-power mode (approx. 90 lux)
up to 50 hours in City Eco mode (approx. 15 lux)
Attachment: Tension band with quick release for all handlebar diameters and geometries
Color: Black

Weight according to the manufacturer: 98g
Weight weighed: 84g (lamp with holder)


Scope of delivery: 1x IXON IQ Speed Premium LED battery second headlight + universal holder, connection cable


EAN:
4006021009691
MPN:
1932QZ

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