Light brightness is directly and intuitively controlled by the up and down buttons, double click to switch to flash and long hold to turn the light on/off. Newly introduced is the smart mode, press and hold both buttons briefly when the light is off to toggle between normal(flash blue) and smart(constant blue). Under smart mode, Ray 2600 monitors the level of ambient light and adjusts the output automatically. When the environment is well lit, the light locks at 50 lumen output, when ambient light level falls below a pre-set threshold, the lock is lifted and the rider is able to freely adjust brightness levels. The smart mode also enables the vibration sensor which triggers sleep mode after 3 minutes of inaction, when the rider is ready to set out again, whereupon any vibration will turn on the light.
RAY 2600 is powered by two customized 18650 power batteries, with a total capacity of 6,700mAh, aside from sustaining super long runtime, the battery could also act as an emergency power bank via its USB-C fast-charging port for your Type-C compatible devices. Built-in thermal management and the one-piece aluminum alloy housing provide very efficient and consistent cooling for the extremely power consuming LEDs, protecting internal components when the light is operating at high gear. Another perk of the one-piece seamless design is that the unit is mostly waterproof, coupled with the quality of construction, RAY 2600 is rated IPX6, meaning well rounded protection under pretty much all weather conditions. For ease of use, we are also adopting the quarter-turn style mounting mechanism similar to Garmin computers, quarter turn to lock/unlock the device from your mainsream Garmin bar or helmet mounts.
An optional wired remote control is specifically designed for commuters and road cyclists, it will be included with all units sold on our north American regional site and official Amazon webstore at no extra charge. Connecting via the Type-C port, the wired remote straps onto the handlebar, and use a single button to cycle between normal steady mode with flash/half beam/full beam modes.