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    What Model Number is this Niterider?

    I would like to know what model of Niterider I have. It's a double light that are LEDs.
    I've looked at the NR catalogue, and mine looks the same as several of their later models.
    I think mine is about 1~2 years old. So I am guessing it may be either a PRO-1200,1800, or 2200. But it could very well be one of the Higher Pro series...3600Enduro or DIY.
    I'm attaching pics, but to me they all look alike.
    Thanks in advance for any help.
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    Looks like a PRO 1200 since it has two Cree MC-E emitters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwarwick View Post
    Looks like a PRO 1200 since it has two Cree MC-E emitters.
    Kwarwick,
    Thank You!!! I think you nailed it. I was trying to find orig. receipts, but could not find them.
    Thanks Again,
    Biking Scott.

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    That light uses reflectors made by Fraen. One narrow and one wide. The Fraen narrows were one of the best reflectors for the MC-E emitter. If you could find another narrow one to replace the wide one you will get a fair bit more throw and still have plenty of spill for close in since the MC-E is a very wide beamed LED.

    The MC-E was popular about 6-7 years ago for the DIY crowd. Does NR still use it in recent products?
    GoPro adapters for bike lights http://www.pacifier.com/~kevinb/index.html

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    Thanks for all the good info! I'm thinking of listing it for sale and I just want to make sure I am describing it correctly.
    I cannot find any model/serial numbers anywhere on the outside. Does anybody know if that info is stamped on the inside of the casing?
    Is it ok to remove the 4 Allen screws that are holding the lenses cover on?

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    I'd avoid disassembling if at all possible. It can be done, but you run risk of damaging seals, leaving finger oils on surfaces, cracking lenses. I took my old trinewt apart to repair broken wiring & managed to chip lens putting it back together.

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    Could be a pro 1200 or 1400. Early 1200's didn't have the NR logo printed on them, 1400's did. If you can post a picture of the cable connector it will help - the 1200/600 had a slightly different connector than what was used from the Pro 1400/700 series forward (still used to date).

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    This is the best photo I could get of the Connector

    Quote Originally Posted by KingOfTheHill View Post
    Could be a pro 1200 or 1400. Early 1200's didn't have the NR logo printed on them, 1400's did. If you can post a picture of the cable connector it will help - the 1200/600 had a slightly different connector than what was used from the Pro 1400/700 series forward (still used to date).
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