Busch&Muller Lumotec IQ Eyc 50 Lux

Busch&Muller Lumotec IQ Eyc 50 Lux

  • input voltage between 6 and 42V DC
  • The new Lumotec IQ2 Eyc E-Bike light from Busch & Muller incorporates all of the best features of the dynamo model but is designed to work with most E-Bike systems currently on the market. It can be connected to all DC power sources supplying between 6 and 42V DC. The 50 lux output with Close Range Light creates a far reaching, wide and evenly lit beam pattern ideal for faster moving E-Bikes. The Eyc is switchless. This means that it is always turned on or is switchable via the E-Bike console

    The Eyc E has an inbuilt converter that generates a 6V DC output designed to work with specially designed E-Bike rear lights from B&M. It is possible to run standard rear dynamo lights with the Eyc E however please note that the stand light function will remain on after the E-Bike system is turned off

    The Eyc can be used with Bosch & STEPS systems. Please note that on some of these systems the rear lights will be connected via cables directly from the battery. In these cases the rear wires/spades on the Eyc must be isolated

    The Eyc can be used in conjunction with the Yamaha systems which produce 500 mA. However, it is not always possible to run a rear light as well due to the lower power output of the Yamaha system

    For use with E-Bikes only
  • Can be connected to all DC power sources supplying between 6 and 42V DC, i.e. most E-Bike systems currently available
  • 50 lux output
  • Switchless - controlled via the E-Bike console
  • Incorporates a converter that generates a 6V DC output intended to supply the E-Bike rear lights
  • Regular rear dynamo lights can be used with this front E-Bike light
  • Supplied with a clip on reflector
  • Supplied with a twin cable which is hard wired into the light ready to be attached to the battery
  • Can be used with all Bosch & STEPS systems
  • Cannot be dynamo driven


  • Please note the following recommendations from Busch & Muller if you are planning to install your own E-Bike lighting system: 

  • Establish and/or measure the voltage on the cables or connecting point intended for the connection. Make sure this is within the parameters of the light specification
  • Establish and/or measure the polarity of the above mentioned connection and make sure to connect respectively to the correct pole using the instructions and/or the + / - signs on the light
  • If you are not able to establish either of the above, or are not sure then please refer to your local electric bike specialist to install the lights for you 
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