Lupine Helmet lamp pico 4 SC 1500 Lumens 22 ° optics
The latest generation of pico brings a whopping 1,500 lumens and weighs only 50g!
A helmet lamp ensures that the light falls exactly there where the view sweeps.
In addition to the brightness and battery life, especially the question of the weight is in the foreground with a helmet light.
The Piko lamp head is smaller than a matchbox and weighs only 50 g. However, nothing has been omitted Lupines large models distinguished.
The robust 3.3Ah Smart Core battery is mounted with its Velcro everywhere and finds himself on the bike helmet or headband to bother with just over 100 grams without its place.
A CNC-machined aluminum body, active thermal management, different light modes and light programs and a measurable light output of 1500 lumens make the pico to a lightweight with endless applications.
Material lamp head: CNC-machined, aluminum 6061-T6, shot-peened, hard-anodized
Light source: 2-Way Cree XM-L2 U4
Lens: 22 ° optics (Collimated Lens Technology)
Luminosity: 15W LED with 1500 Lumens
Dimensions: 32 x 24 mm (diameter x length)
Protection class: IP 68 (waterproofing)
Color temperature: 6000K (5% tolerance)
Battery: 3.3 Ah Smart Core with capacity display, and rear light function
Color: black, red, blue
Weight (incl. Battery): 180g
- 6 lighting levels
- Candles light function
- SOS signal, alpine distress signal, RVLR
- voltage display
- Capacity display High and Low
- battery warning in the lamp head
Light output - Operating time:
1500 lumens / 15W - 1:45
750 lumen / 7W - 3:30
550 lumens / 5W - 5:00
300 lumen / 2.5W - 10:00
150 lumen / 1.2W - 20:00
40 lumens / 0.3W - 80:00 h
- Piko lamp head (incl. Helmet holder)
- Smart Core battery 3.3 Ah (incl. Velcro)
- Charger Wiesel V4 with EU plug (Other available)
- 120 cm extension cable
Note: Not permitted on public roads! Please follow the instructions for battery regulation
Manufacturers battery (secondary battery): BMZ / VRI GmbH. Helm is illustrative and is not included!
If a US or UK plug required please specify in the note field at the end of the order.