Meanwhile we are used to navigate with our smartphone or GPS system while cycling. Unfortunately the capacitiy of the accumulator is just too often the limiting factor to enjoy the electronic comfort throughout the journey.
Here Cycle2Charge comes into the game. The charger converts the energy of the hub dynamo and makes it easy accessible through a standard USB-port near the handle bar - a secure source of energy even in the middle of nowhere.
No matter if you want to charge your GPS system, mobile phone or MP3 player: Cycle2Charge offers a maximum of energy already at low speeds but also protects the connected devices at high speeds from overvoltages.
As the Cycle2Charge is integrated in the Ahead headset no valueable space of the handlebar gets lost. Cycle2Charge is small, good looking and a smart turning cap protects the electronic from water and dust when the energy not needed.
The assembly is a peace of cake. Cable, screw, tie-wraps and a detailled mounting instruction are parts of the delivery contents.
Converts the energy of your hub dynamo in 5V USB voltage.
Maximum charge current: 1000mA
For Android, iPhone, Windows, GPS
Universal usage due to standard USB outlet
The high efficiency makes the Cycle2Charge perfect for every day usage.
•500mA outlet (USB specifiaction) already at 12 km/h
•1000 mA charge current already at 21 km/h
Suitable to charge buffer accumulators (PowerBank oder similar)
Secure overvoltage protection also for fast downhill rides
Double layer design for maximum stability and corrosion protectionInner parts made of anodized aluminumOuter shell made of impact proof and corrosion resistant plastic
Easy mounting on every Ahead head set
- Just replace the existing head cap by the Cycle2Charge
- Additional adapter allows the mounting on the handlebar
Simple connection to the hub dynamo
Outer cap is turnable to protect the USB-port against water and soil
One hand usage even with cycling gloves
The Cycle2Charge V2 is the enhanced version of the known charger Cycle2Charge. The version V2 has an increased output power at same cycling speed.