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Exposure TraceR Rear Light
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The TraceR is a super bright USB rechargeable rear light. New to the range and partner to the Trace, its compact design, high power and ultra reliability make this a winning product.
Top Features of the Exposure TraceR Rear Light
- Weight: 78g
- Power: Lithium Ion internal battery
- Emitter: 1 XPE Red LED
- Maximum lumen output: Trace 75
- Minimum burn time (hours): 3
- Maximum burn time (hours): 24
- Bar mounted: no
- Helmet mounted: no
- Seat Post Mount: yes
- Reflex technology: no
- SPT+: no
- CFD: yes
- ITM: no
- OMS: yes
- Fuel gauge: yes
- USB charging: yes
- The TraceR can also be mounted under the saddle using the Saddle Rail Bracket (Sold separately)
|Power Plug Type:||USB|
|EU Plug Supplied:||No|
|US Plug Supplied:||No|
|Aus/Nz Plug Supplied:||No|
The TraceR features the Optimised Mode Selector, offering 3 brightness modes and the choice of solid or pulsing beams. The TraceR also has Fuel Gauge displaying the remaining battery life using a traffic light system to make it clear when it’s time to recharge. Excellent side visibility will make sure you're seen and safe out on the ride.
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 attach quickly, safely and securely for hassle free riding.
Optimised Mode Selector (OMS)
The Optimised Mode Selector allows you to easily select from a concise number of programs to optimise the burntime of your light.
3 colour Fuel Gauge indicator in side the lens operates as light is switched off.
CNC machined aerospace grade aluminium body with efficient heat transfer design. Fully manufactured in the UK.
About Rear Lights
Almost all bicycle rear lights use LEDs instead of filament bulbs as they are more reliable and use much less battery power, whilst also offering much higher levels of brightness. Used in flashing mode, they are very good at attracting attention from other road users. It's advisable to use at least two rear bike lights, a common configuration is one flashing and one in constant, this is highly advisable just in case one stops or becomes obscured.
In order to cycle on the road it may be a legal requirement in your country to use a light certified to a specific standard or an international equivalent. Most but not all lights sold on Wiggle are certified and labelled with a European CEN standard. Please check your country’s requirements to see if this is sufficient and if necessary contact the manufacturer to see if this light has been additionally certified for your country. Strangely some of the very best lights are not legal on their own and should be used with an additional legal backup light.
About the Exposure brand
Exposure are makers of lightweight powerful cycle lights, developed by racers and riders, Exposure Lights aim is to meet the needs of the modern day cyclist. Gone are the days of carrying around that bottle battery pack or clumsy batteries. Gone are the days of your cables and leads catching on branches, or having a loose connection on that bumpy dark descent. Just clip these Exposure lights into place, and you’re off – simple. Using ultra lightweight mobile technology, Exposure Lights are small enough to fit in your pocket, and powerful enough to race with. Exposure LED & lens technology produces a clear white beam that will light up your journey.
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Double click: On
Hold for a couple seconds: (It will flash through pulse mode then show the battery level (colour) and then turn off)
Again while off:
Hold down the button: (Now here is the crux..) It cycles through the modes so let it flash once its mode 1, let it go to 2 its mode 2, let it flash 3 its 3.
Then...double click again for on and you should find it is in your desired mode.
Yes, I agree, why not just write that in the instructions but hey its a nice light at least they got that right!
I'm sure you couldn't submerse it into a bath, but zero issue for even the wettest riders. Rubber seals all remain intact.
I hope this helps.
Is it possible to do this with this light?
That said, if you have vertical splines on the back of your helmet, there's a fighting chance you could use the supplied mount flipped upside down - after all a seat post leans backward and the average helmet leans forwards.
A word of caution though. It's very bright and will hurt the vision of anyone in direct line of sight. I wouldn't want to be a cyclist behind it at eye level trying to see the road....
p.s. Make sure to secure it with the lanyard :-)
The Exposure front light I've got comes with a mains charger so a NZ adaptor would be needed.
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