Oh damn, that's strange. I've only seen that they have protection, except the tiny one, Toplight line small, that doesn't have any.
There seems to be a lot of conflicting information. SJS don’t stock anything that will run directly from a Dynamo yet Peter White cycles has an article which specifically says that any B+M rear light post 2015 can run directly from the Dynamo.
I might be interested if you still have it...
Just confirming that a setup of a Supernova front light and e-bike 6V rear lights works with standlight function. I used a Lezyne rear light, but I guess this should work pretty well across most most e-bike rear lights.
Best method for mounting an IQX light on a fork with a hole at the back of the crown but not front?
Decathlon do a cheap one for about a tenner, makes 2w maybe? All plastic and the connectors are fragile
Im building a dynamo wheel for my dads commuter and he'd like flashing front and rear lights. From my understanding German laws forbid this and most dynamo lights adhere to German laws. Does anyone make them? Its for London only commuting, no dark lanes. Just needs to be seen by tourists/idiots on their phones
I don’t recall seeing any flashing dynamo rear lights other than the small one made by Klite, the ‘qube’ but even that needs to run through his usb charger rather than direct from dynamo or cache battery.
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