Thursday, April 05, 2007

D'Lumotec & E6 Secondary Problem Solved

Peter White has figured out why some folks have been having problems with the combo of a D'Lumotec primary light and a E6 secondary. I won't bore you with the details, but a short lived production problem seems to be the culprit. If you are thinking about this combo of lights and are buying new stock you shouldn't have any troubles.

You may be asking why combine these two particular lights? Well the LED primary gives you lots of light at low speed, such as when climbing, and the halogen secondary will automatically come on as speed and power increase - without having to be switched on/off. If you had a dual E6 setup at low speeds neither light would get enough power to be effective so you'd need to manually switch off the secondary to divert all the power to the primary.

1 comment:

Steeker said...

That's a relief to hear, I was thinking of putting one light on the front derailer post and another up on the handle bar, when the snow snow clears you could start on the Vid ;-)