Introducing the New Cateye AMPP Light Series!

Introducing the New Cateye AMPP Light Series!

Cateye (Japan) - Press Release: We're unleashing our secret. Introducing the new AMPP light series! Lumen's are just the start. Our new AMPP series offers a compact and robust design, superior beam pattern, and reliability on or off road - value you can see.

AMPP1100 - Ampp up your ride as the sun goes down:

AMPP1100 uses a twin-LED design with OptiCube™ lens technology, spreading a wide and even beam across whatever the terrain throws at you.

  • High power rechargeable headlight (1100 lm)
  • Powerful wide beam with OptiCube™ lens technology
  • Excellent side visibility
  • Large capacity lithium-ion rechargeable battery
  • Built-in fast recharging circuit *Full charge in approx 3 hours (minimum)
  • 3-level battery indicator (Blue: Above 50% Yellow: 30-50% Red: Less than 30%)
  • USB rechargeable (Micro-USB cable included)
  • Mode memory function
  • Five light modes (High / Middle / Low / Daytime HyperConstant / Flashing)
  • Turns on High mode with double-click of power button
  • FlexTight™ bracket
  • Helmet mount and center fork bracket (optional)

 

Tech Specs:

  • Dimension: 48 x 105 x 34 mm
  • Weight: 200 grams (light unit and battery)
  • Light source: High intensity white LED X2
  • Run time: High mode 1100 lumens: 1.5hrs, Middle mode 800 lumens: 2hrs, Low mode 400 lumens: 4.5hrs, Daytime HyperConstant mode 1100/400 lumens: 6.5hrs, Flashing mode 200 lumens: 50hrs
  • Battery: Li-ion rechargeable battery (7.4V-2500mAh)
  • Recharge time: approx 3-5hrs (USB2.0 recharge)
  • Recharge/discharge number of times: about 300 times(until the rated capacity drops to 70%)
  • Other: Three-color battery indicator, Lighting mode memory function, Helmet mount / Center fork bracket (optional)

 

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