The future is now! Supernova presents the revolutionary M99 PRO headlight. The heart of these headlights is an LED matrix that is adjusted precisely to work with a highly complex tesselated lens. This opens up new dimensions. The brightness of the low beam as well as the far-reaching high beam will amaze you.
Front light for fast e-bikes (up to 45 km/h) and light motorcycles.ECE 113C compliant low and high beam, with ECE 87 daytime running light.The M99 PRO has a brilliant 1600 lumen high beam. This headlight is capable of using all features of the LED matrix and of the intelligent electronics.
The carefully balanced combination of 99 separately calculated mirrors with the LED matrix was achieved in a highly complex development project. Only by using up to 9 automotive LEDs of the latest generation that can be regulated intelligently - in combination with multiple, complex computer calculated concave and convex catoptric facets of the mirror - was it possible to create this pioneering new product.
Supernova introduces the first parts made of their own developed Material called Pure Carbon Composite (PCC). Produced with ultra high density, this carbon fiber reinforced material is stronger than Aluminum and is 50% lighter! PCC is UV-proof, nonaging and has an outstanding thermal conductivity to reduce the heat from the LED. The first products made of the new Supernova material are the M99 and V6s brackets for the Bosch Display.The M99 PRO system, the world’s first LED high beam specifically designed for e-bikes, offers a real high beam in addition to its low beam that is similar to a car headlight. This picture, taken by a drone from a height of 100 meters, shows half of the reach of the powerful high beam with 1600 lumens. The complete width of the road and the cycle path as well as the forest on both sides is illuminated, making dangers visible up to 380 meters ahead.
If the intelligent electronics of the M99 is connected to the main controller on a modern e-bike, the flexi-bility of the LED matrix can be used to adapt the beam shape to the riding speed.