CATEYE FRONT LIGHT - VOLT 400 USB
The Volt 400 is a USB rechargeable headlight that features quick-change cartridge battery and 400 lumen output in compact design. This light features five modes: High, Normal, Low, Hyper Constant and Flashing. The Volt 400 can be mounted on or under the handlebars or on the helmet. Spare cartridge batteries, ideal for long rides and commuting, and charging cradle are available as add-on parts and can be changed safely and easily without any additional tools.
|Dimension：||111.5 x 31.0 x 38.0 mm|
|Weight：||120 grams (light unit and battery)|
|Light source：||High intensity white LED X1|
|Run time：||High Mode: 400 Lumens: 3 hrs
Normal Mode: 100 Lumens: 8 hrs
Low Mode: 50 Lumens: 18 hrs
Hyper Constant Mode: 400/50 Luments: 11 hrs
Flashing Mode: 50 Lumens：60 hrs
|Battery：||Li-ion rechargeable battery (3.7V-2200mAh)|
|Recharge time：||approx 6hrs (USB2.0 recharge), 3hrs via optional fast-charging cradle|
|Recharge/discharge number of times：||about 300 times（until the rated capacity drops to 70%）|
|Other:||Low battery indicator, lighting mode memory function.|
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