Hurricane56, were you able to wire the M99 to the leads that came with the light on your Haibike?
Yes, I was ultimately successful. I'm not completely sure, but the problem that I experienced was likely due to a faulty battery wiring harness. My dealer replaced it under warranty. Once I sorted that issue I just took the precaution to purchase this harness:Hurricane56, were you able to wire the M99 to the leads that came with the light on your Haibike?
From what I understand, it's not using the speed sensor, but a light sensor, to regulate the brightness. You go into a tunnel, it lights up. BTW it's not the only ebike light that does this, Lupine SL does the same thing.I suspect the m99 is passive in its use of the CANBUS data. From what I understand the light is using the speed sensor data to regulate the low beam output power.
I use L&M Nip 800 on my Haibike. Really wonderful lights compared to the crappy ones that came with the bike.Has anyone tried the Light & Motion (either Seca or Nip & Tuck)? As I understand it, many of the European e-bike lights are made to the German standards and only have a steady beam, and no flash or pulse. The L&M seem to indicate they have a pulse mode. With American drivers being relatively oblivious to bikes, I prefer to ride with front and back lights in pulse mode during daytime.