Outshines Everything Else
The M99 PRO has a brilliant 1600-lumen automotive-certified high beam as well as an ECE compliant low beam with 1100-lumen brightness. The ECE compliant automotive daytime running light enhances safety in traffic by providing recognition as an equal road user. The electronics can communicate with modern e-bikes via automotive CAN or CANopen. Even without software communication, the integrated sensors control the light intelligently so that it functions on all popular e-bike systems.
Lesen Sie jetzt, was Chefredakteur Jan Gathmann vom Radtouren Magazin zur M99 PRO schreibt.
AUTOMOTIVE High Beam
The M99 PRO system, the world's first LED high beam specifically designed for e-bikes, offers a real high beam in addition to its low beam that is similar to car headlights. Competitors like to call their enhanced low beams “high beam“ but only a true high beam can reach extremely far and properly illuminate the surroundings. This gives the rider plenty of time to react which greatly increasess safety at high speed.
380 METERs under your control
This picture, taken by a drone from a height of 100 meters, shows half of the reach of the powerful high beam with 1600 lumens. The complete width of the road, the cycle path, and the adjacent forest on both sides is illuminated, making dangers visible up to 380 meters ahead.
M99 MATRIX MIRROR
The carefully balanced combination of 99 separately calculated mirrors with the LED matrix was achieved in a highly complex development project. Only by using up to 9 automotive LEDs of the latest generation that can be regulated intelligently - in combination with multiple, complex computer calculated concave and convex catoptric facets of the mirror - was it possible to create this pioneering new product.
The brightness of the M99 system breaks all records and could only be achieved with our sophisticated cooling of the high-power automotive LED matrix. We have applied all the knowledge gained in over 10 years of experience with LED lights to its development. The electronics and the housing have been optimised through careful selection of the right materials based on complex heat dissipation simulations to allow the LEDs to work with the best possible efficiency even at full power.