- Measured lumen value: 205 lm
- Wattage: 4.5 W
- Input voltage: 112 V – 60 V DC (max. 75 V)
- Lens type: Terraflux 2
- Illuminant: CREE LED
- Length x diameter: 6 x 40 x 40 mm
- Housing: Aluminium 6061
- Weight: 130 g
- Input cable: 980 mm - 560 mm with shrink wrap
- Output cable: 1080 mm - 980 with shrink wrap
- Colour: Polished Black
- Warranty: 5 years
The E3 E-Bike V1260 is a great all round E-Bike light. It is compatible with nearly every E-Bike on the market and can be used in conjunction with any of the Supernova tail lights. It is one of Supernova's brightest E-Bike lights with a brightly illuminated Supernova logo on the side of the light offering excellent side visibility for your bike. It also has a built in mechanical switch in the case that the light needs to be controlled manually. Supplied with the multimount bracket this light can also be used with the Supernova handlebar bracket. It is one of the few lights on the market that have an integrated rear light connection.
TERRAFLUX2 - Supernovas Best Lens To Date:
After many years of development and improvements, the new Supernova TERRAFLUX2 lens now surpasses even the high demands of German road regulations. The TERRAFLUX2 technology is capable of guiding over 90% of the light beam onto the ground with greatest efficiency. This means that a considerably greater portion of the light can be used to illuminate the road ahead than with standard lenses. By optimizing the production parameters, Supernova have achieved an excellent homogeneous beam shape with an outstanding, far reaching light that has an unparalleled side illumination as well. The Terraflux2 lens is used in several Supernova lights. Its brilliance is an important part of the quality that makes Supernova lights special.
The Complex Production Method Explained:
The Supernova TERRAFLUX2 lenses are produced with an additional complex process of added holding pressure after the commonly employed injection of the molten PMMA material with up to 6500 psi. A die integrated into the tool exerts a high and uniform pressure directly onto the light exit surface of the lens while the molten mass is still liquid or while the temperature is still above the yield point. This allows Supernova to achieve a very homogeneous stress distribution inside the component, which gives the TERRAFLUX2 lens its excellent quality.