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Spanninga Uses Car Technology for Bike Lights

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More and more cars are nowadays fitted with LEDs shaped in lines. These are used in headlights and rear lights. Spanninga does the same in its newest rearlights which were co-developed with the biggest bicycle manufacturers in the Netherlands.

More and more cars are nowadays fitted with LEDs shaped in lines. These are used in headlights and rear lights. Spanninga does the same in its newest rearlights which were co-developed with the biggest bicycle manufacturers in the Netherlands.

Spanninga’s newest lights – with ‘Light Line Technology’ – are slated for roll-out in the 2012 model year. The new rear light is to be integrated in rear carriers. It fits any 50 – 80 mm carrier. The colour of the glass mask can be adapted to suit the colour of the bike. The Spanninga rear light comes in one dynamo and two battery versions.

Spanninga’s MY 2012 rear light can be combined with a new head light featuring a new LED technology making it possible to encircle the centrally placed reflector and provides an extremely powerful front light; so powerful that it needs extra cooling. That extra cooling is integrated in the design. The new Spanninga front light is mountable on any standard front fork. It’s housing colours can be also matched to the colours of the bike.

 

 

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