USB 2.0 Powered Bike Lights?

The duke

Active Member
I've tried battery powered bike lights and USB 'rechargeable' bike lights. Neither has given me the brightness I'd like to stand out on a sunny SoCal day.

My BH Atom X has one USB 2.0 port built into the controller.

Can anyone suggest a reasonably priced (sub $50) bike lighting system that is powered by USB 2.0? I'd ideally like to be able to plug right in without any splicing. If I could get a front and rear light combo that share the same power cord, that would be wonderful....and I'm hoping for really bright. Hope someone can suggest something.
 

Mtl_Biker

Active Member
Do such lights even exist? I very much doubt that even if you could find one, it would be any brighter than a USB rechargeable light. Do you have the spec for the port on your controller? Probably only 1.5 amps.

And to get one bright enough for under $50? Good luck!

Besides the very bright headlight on my e-bike (Busch & Muller IQ-X E) I also have a Cygolite Metro Pro which is 1100 lumens. It is really bright (even for daylight) and the flashing mode is very noticeable. But it's a lot more than $50.
 

Ebiker01

Active Member
I also connected a Busch&Muller IQ -X E -150Lumens, it’s only 150$ and is really close to a Supernova (380lumens @400$).
Just disc. T front light, use the cables to fish the Busch cables down the tube then either solder them or other way.
For rear i just use a Lupine Rotlicht 160lumens.