L-faster Plastic Box For Electric Bike Controller E-bike Controller Installation Box Mini Motor Controller Protection Case

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L-faster Plastic Box For Electric Bike Controller E-bike Controller Installation Box Mini Motor Controller Protection Case

L-faster Plastic Box For Electric Bike Controller E-bike Controller Installation Box Mini Motor Controller Protection Case

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The dual volt 36/48v controller looks very much like the excellent KT (Kuenteng) one, it will operate on 36 or 48v without issue including using both alternately. A hub motor to doesn't care to a degree doesn't care what it sees voltage wise at less the 60v, though it will depend on the extent of current supplied to it. for 50 -60 miles is way over the top unless of course one is going ot use 50 -100% PAS all the time. By the way, I possess a MIG welder, and I could build one in metal quite easily if I so wished, but wood appeals to me personally far more.

Manc33 wrote: ↑ 20 Jun 2021, 1:28amJudging from the 250W motor I was using around 2016 and the small battery pack on that giving me about 11 or 12 miles (24V/8. This controller box can give your e-bike controller a good protection, dust-proof and waterproof, a great accessory for your electric bicycles. Yes the RPM is increased but then so is the battery usage - but if you're indeed going at a faster RPM, the mileage should just even out?Physical damage, external heating effects like the Sun or a bad storage place, can cause a battery to overheat and maybe catch fire.

The Cycle to Work Scheme is a Government-backed initiative to encourage people to cycle to their place of work, and consequently reduce environmental pollution.I worked out on the same Wattage motor should give me about a 55 mile range on a battery thats 48V/24Ah.

I want to get 60 miles from a battery so I just multiplied whatever that old battery was by 6 to come up with needing about 1,250 Wh or rather, a battery thats 48V/24Ah (1,152 Wh). means it cannot be used on UK public roads without first obtaining type approval, insurance, tax, displaying a number plate and undergoing an MOT. A lot of people have said, if in doubt (it's not labelled) unscrew the controller box and if the capacitors are rated at 63V or more then it can tolerate having a 48V battery. Someone will know if what you are proposing is possible, or at least suggest where else you can ask. At fast road cycling speeds on the level you're in a zone where most of the work is against aerodynamic drag which is proportional to the square of speed so that power is proportional to the cube of speed.I still don't know what "36V/48V" refers to on those controller boxes, but I assume it must mean the battery. First though one needs to know if they want to do put in a fair amount of effort or hardly none at all, if the former then one has to ride with as little assist as possible ( lowest PAS level ).

NOTE—Please check as much as possible to the item picture, model and size carefully before purchasing.But your comments need wise consideration and for each of us to be careful and due concern must be given. I feel that it will be very easy to build a good quality box, with all the features needed, for very little money! In the UK, only converison kits that comply with EAPC Regulations can be used on UK public roads without tax, insurance or registration. Furthermore, if some battery types get warm/hot (not good for any battery type as the answer above suggests), then possibly a small, cheap thermometer might be considered to be installed. I have never "lost" a battery myself, my last bike was sold with the original battery still working, at 7 years old!



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