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Thread: Denali CANsmart, Control extra lights, horns etc, now in stock R1200 Water-Cooled

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    Denali CANsmart, Control extra lights, horns etc, now in stock R1200 Water-Cooled

    We have the new Denali CANsmart in stock in the shop now, it will power four extra items without the need to cut wires, works with Canbus and LED headlights on the TE models, plugs into the existing wiring loom and comes with leads to connect up to 2 sets of extra lights, a horn and a rear light/Brake light, can be used to power other things not just Denali products but it will work best with the Denali lights (three wire loom to the lights) as the new ones are dimable, comes all preset but settings can be changed using the GPS wheel or on your computer

    Best to purchase the light pods that you want individally, say 2 x D4 rather than as a set, the controller comes with 4 foot long connecting wire to connect the controller to the lights, depending on where you want to mount the lights you might need an extention cable for each light.

    At the moment we have just had our first delivery, its not all on the website yet but i hope to get that finished in the next day or so

    CANsmart https://www.adventurebikeshop.co.uk/...200-lc-series/

    D2 2.0 Lights https://www.adventurebikeshop.co.uk/...nology-single/

    D4 2.0 Lights https://www.adventurebikeshop.co.uk/...nology-single/

    Extension leads https://www.adventurebikeshop.co.uk/...ess-extension/

    Note the CANsmart fits all the R1200 Water-Cooled bikes only For older models there are kits with lights and loom and to dip them add the DataDim

    We have a very limited stock of these at the moment but more arriving soon



    Cliff

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    I can't believe this! We've just come back from a holiday cottage in Sudbury without realising you guys were there.

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    Cliff, Do you have any further details on the D4 lights?

    Are they spot or flood lights?
    What size are they?
    What is the Lumen rating?

    Thanks.
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    The D4's have been around a while
    R&G have all the info you need

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    Quote Originally Posted by crotchrocket View Post
    Cliff, Do you have any further details on the D4 lights?

    Are they spot or flood lights?
    What size are they?
    What is the Lumen rating?

    Thanks.
    If you click on the link above for the D4 lights all the info is on the website now, I rellied on someone else to add some of the new Denali products, should have known better, I have now added more info and the spec for the lights.
    They are a combo light with spot and flood beams but have an additional lens so you can change them to just spot

    Specifications:

    LEDs ( 4 per lamp) 10 Watt Cree XPL HI
    Power Draw: 3.3 amps (total) per light
    Beam Distance (spot): 800ft
    Beam Width (spot): 110ft
    Raw Lumens: 8760
    Intensity: Single Intensity Harness
    DataDim™ Compatible: Yes
    Operating Voltage: 12v
    Pod Size 3.9in diameter x 2.6in deep

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