The Fenix BC30R is a rechargeable bicycle light with a built-in battery of 5200 mAh. This makes the housing of the light nice and compact. Two Cree XM-L2 T6 LEDs give neutral white light for a good colour-reproduction and have a maximum light output of 1600 lumens. Of course this bike light is also equipped with the innovative 'Dual Distance Beam System’. This creates a wider beam on short distance and a narrower beam on longer distance, resulting in an optimal view for any cyclist.
The OLED display on the BC30R is really unique and makes it easy to read how full the battery is.
When you turn on the bicycle light, the OLED screen accurately shows how much time there is left in the chosen mode. This gives you a clear estimate of how much time you have left to get home in the dark.
Next to the switches on the light itself, Fenix has added an extra switch included that can go into the burst mode immediately. The switch works both when the light is switched on or off. This switch can, for instance, be placed on the handle bars and is attached to the light by micro-usb. An O-ring ensures that water does not get a chance to penetrate the lamp. Note: when connecting the switch it may look like it’s not firmly stuck. This means you have to push a bit harder to make the O-ring fit tightly.
The bike light can be attached to the handle bars easily. The clamp can stay on the on the bike while the light itself can be quickly removed. This way you can enjoy your bicycle light for a very long time!
*The specification of the light intensity is carried out in accordance with the NEMA FL 1-2009 standard. This means that the values can be lower than indicated in previous specifications. This lower value obviously does not affect the light intensity of the torch. The advantage of having the ANSI / NEMA FL 1-2009 standard is that the values can easily be compared with one another and give a true reflection of daily practice.
Constant light output by digital control
- 5 light modes:
- Low (100 ANSI lumens, 20 hrs 20 min.)
- Mid (200 ANSI lumens, 11 hrs 50 min.)
- High (500 ANSI lumens, 4 hrs 30 min.)
- Turbo (800 ANSI lumens, 2 hrs 35 min.)
- Burst (1600 ANSI lumens)