SON Edelux LED front lamp 140 cm cable polished silver, non-fitted

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  • A front lamp with an integrated toggle switch is ideal for a dynamo hub.
    The Edelux offers a sensor and stand light function in addition.

    • Wide and equal beam spot area
    • 3x more light than the best halogen lamp (ca. 80 lux at 30 km/h)
    • Capacitor stand light and light sensor automatic
    • Solid mechanical and electrical design
    • Switch and lamp body are resistant against splash water
    • Efficient and gently powered LED thanks to optimal cooling by an integrated copper heat sink

    Lamp:3 Watt High Performance LED (>100 lm/W)
    Compliance:~~~ K 607
    Cable:Coaxial cable, PVC-free, 3 mm diameter
    36/60 cm length with pre-installed cable lugs (installation-ready) or 140 cm with separate cable lugs (cut and crimp to fit)
    Rear light socket:Flat-pin plug 2.8 mm and ring terminal (included)
    Switch:Switching ring with magnet, reed contact
    Body:Aluminium 6082 T6, polished, black or red anodised
    Weight:85 g
    Included in delivery:Lamp, fork lamp holder (58x49 mm, polished), front reflector, cable

    Edelux installation instructions (PDF, 69 KB)

    If there's no possibility to mount a lamp on your fork, riese & müller offers a front light holder for 25.4/26.0 mm handlebars.

    Beam comparison of SON Edelux vs. SON E6 (halogen lamp) at a wall in a distance of 10 metres:

    Output in lux of different lamps powered by a SON standard dynamo hub with a B&M DToplight rear light attached:
    Red Edelux
    Blue Best competitor
    Grey Average LED lamp
    Yellow Best halogen lamp (SON E6)
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    Factory number:671406
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