This new helmet light breaks new boundaries in power and technology. Capable of producing 2000 lumens for half an hour, with the option of extending the max output burntime to one hour by connecting the Support Cell all controlled by a wireless remote.
Our most powerful helmet light ever created, lighting up the most extreme riding imaginable. New two way wireless technology brings about the introduction of remote switching. Remaining cable free the remote function button will toggle through the light settings and act as a fuel gauge giving you full feedback for 100% concentration on the trail ahead. The Wireless Remote Switch doubles as the classic Exposure Lights fuel gauge, displaying the remaining battery life using a traffic light system to make it clear when it’s time to recharge
Exposure Lights have always been designed to get the maximum light from minimum sized unit and Cable Free Design ensures this is maintained. Utilising superb brackets Exposure Lights now include handlebar and helmet mounts, attaching quickly, safely and securely for versatile hassle free riding. With a 5 step fuel gauge on the light you are always up to date with battery life. 20% increments let you know how to judge the remaining power in the light. The gauge also indicates the progress of charging so you can count down till the next ride.
Optimised Mode Selector easily allows you to choose from a concise number of programs to maximise the potential of your light. Whether you’re planning a quick trail burn or a commute, OMS will keep your light optimised.
SPT+ enabled lights automatically recognise accessories allowing you to power additional front and rear lights, use the remote Switch, charge USB devices on the move or plug in a support battery for extended light. This makes Exposure lights the most versatile range available.
Intelligent Thermal Management is patented technology which constantly monitors the LED’s temperature to ensure that they do not overheat and become inefficient. ITM keeps the LEDs operating at the optimum output, saving battery power and maximising burntime.