See also the Wikipedia
article. It includes links to some interesting LED based homemade systems.
- Busch & Müller Lumotec dynamo lights and others
I now have an IQ Cyo
- SON Edelux uses the same optics as the B&M IQ, but different electronics and better heatsinking gets more power out of it. At a price, but probably state of the art, light the SON hub.
- Exposure (USE), and some measurements on them. Advertised as 5W LEDs, but they aren't running them at 5W (or at constant power).
- Lumicycle Neat little MR11 halogens, now with halide and LED options too.
Based in Cambridge. I had a chance to try one some time ago, and it was
very nice (but expensive). Now discontinued.
I wrote a review comparing them with my
existing systems. (I've added some comments in 2011, but it's largely
- Fireball (More expensive than Lumicycle, but maybe nicer (bayonet lock on cable, for example) (SolidLights use the same bayonet connector))
(Apparently dead now - but here's a 2003 BikeMagic review)
- Cateye (Little LED lights up to HID)
- Lupine - awesome specs, awesome prices.
- Light and Motion
- Laseredge (Look a bit like a US Lumicycle)
- Nite Hawk