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Kellermann BL 2000 Handlebar end indicator chrome clear

Order ID 60490102001
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Kellermann BL 2000 Handlebar end indicator chrome clear

Order ID 60490102001
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Kellermann BL 2000 Dark handlebar end indicators

The BL 2000 adds a small handlebar end indicator to the Dark design line which attractively caps the ends of the handlebars.
Its tinted, ring-shaped indicator lens blends in discreetly with the black metal casing.
Yet no matter how inconspicuous the indicator might appear on the motorbike, when it is in use it shows its worth, producing a surprisingly bright and eye-catching indicator signal.
This is achieved through the utilisation of the very latest Kellermann HighPower LED Technology.
The adaptors required for mounting on all standard handlebars are included in the package contents.

    E-tested as a front indicator
    Tinted, ring-shaped lens – spectacularly bright
    12 V, 4 W
    Dimensions (diameter x length): approx. 29 x 24 mm
    Attractive handlebar ends with indicator function
    Indicator “disappears” when not in use
    Kellermann HighPower LED Technology
    Long Life Protection Guard®, IC-controlled, switching frequency of 330 kHz
    High-quality metal casing
    Suitable for 12-V on-board power supplies

If LED indicators are used on vehicles that were not originally equipped with LED indicators, it may be necessary to replace the indicator relay and/or to use resistors to reduce the flash frequency to the permitted rate.

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MFK Zulassung
Review by Babo_om
Dieser Blinker entspricht nicht den MFK Vorschriften des Kantons Basel Stadt (restliche Schweiz weiss ich nicht). Er ist zwar als Blinker vorne zugelassen, darf aber nicht nach hinten strahlen. Somit muss der Blinker gegen hinten abgedeckt werden (Klebeband, Sprayen o. ä.), die MFK drückt in diesem Falle ein Auge zu.
Dies gilt übrigens für alle Lenkerblinker!

Anmerkung Fachabteilung POLO: Die E-Zulassung gilt lediglich für die EU, in der Schweiz können die Vorschriften abweichen! (Posted on 12/22/2015)