37-48 volts

wolf3510's picture

my dream ryder the XB-700Li

Location: 
windsor ontario canada
Motor: 
48v 500w
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Daymak AUSTIN eBike

I just got my first eBike, the Daymak Austin.
Does anyone else have one? I'd like to share info and experience with similar models of eBikes.

Lighting: 
twin head lights, signals, taillight
Batteries: 
Battery 48V 20AH Sealed lead acid
Charger: 
external plugin with cooling fan
Controller: 
Working Style Throttle control
Curb weight: 
Net Weight 36 kg w/o battery and 72 kg w/ battery, max 150 kg payload
Drivetrain: 
rare earth magnet
Location: 
Toronto West
Motor: 
Rear Wheel Hub
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1-2
Top speed: 
35 km/h so far
Typical range: 
40-50 km estimated
Watt-hours per mile: 
Motor Power 500W, Torque 32-55 Nm, Climbing Angle 12-15 Degrees
Miles as an EV: 
Run distance Up to 50 kms.
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Schwinn S-Go

Loads have been done to this bike, more than I can chronicle here. Luckily, I've got a detailed history over on the ES. ;)

http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=3327&start=0

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Batteries: 
48V 20Ah of duct-tape lithium
Charger: 
Generic LiFe charger
Controller: 
Slightly modded stock controller. 40A.
Conversion time and cost: 
Current worth at about $1,300. Way, WAY too much time spent on the battery box.
Curb weight: 
70lbs
Heater: 
Nope.
Location: 
The ghetto.
Miles as an EV: 
Dunno.
Motor: 
Golden Motor
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
Me.
Top speed: 
30mph
Typical range: 
30mi minimum, theoretically around 60 if I help the motor.
Watt-hours per mile: 
27 with heavy throttle, no pedalling.
Method for 12v system: 
Uh...there's a tap three cells deep into the pack for the power relay's coil.
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The Rezistor

Batteries: 
2 YESA LiFePO4 battery packs, each 36V 20Ah
Charger: 
onboard 120V x 3A charger for each battery pack
Controller: 
Sevcon Millipak
Conversion time and cost: 
Conversion from 2-stroke ICE powered scooter. 7 months, approximately $2800 for conversion.
Curb weight: 
150 lbs (est.)
Drivetrain: 
fixed #35 chain, 12-tooth front sprocket, 30-tooth rear sprocket
Heater: 
ha!
Lighting: 
95-LED headlight, 21-LED tail/brakelight
Method for 12v system: 
non-isolated 12V converter from Thunderstruck EV
Miles as an EV: 
53
Motor: 
Mars brushless ("Etek") 3-phase PMAC motor
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
35 mph
Typical range: 
15 miles (est.)
Watt-hours per mile: 
96 (est.)
Location: 
Portland, Oregon
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X-treme XB-508

First Year : Getting use to Bike
Second Year : Made some X-tender Pack prototypes.
Third Year : Dropped 10AHr X-tender, it was too heavy, no performance gain. Made packs out of plastic boxes and better wiring.
Recently had a meltdown with original batteries. Had to replace with 12V 12AHr batteries. Still testing and tinkering.

Batteries: 
Four 12Volt 12AHr SLA, optional X-tender Pack {5AHr SetUp (Four 12Volt 5AHr SLA); 7AHr SetUp (Four 12Volt 7AHr SLA)}
Drivetrain: 
Brushless Hub Motor
Location: 
Cable, Wisconsin
Miles as an EV: 
5108
Motor: 
550 Watt
Number of wheels: 
2
Top speed: 
24 mph
Typical range: 
17 miles with stock 12AHr; 21 miles with 5AHr X-tender Pack (17AHr total)
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Panterra Retro

Heater: 
I wish
Batteries: 
Four B&B BP17-12
Charger: 
48V 3.5A Soneil
Controller: 
48V 25A
Drivetrain: 
hub motor
Location: 
Mid-Atlantic region of USA
Miles as an EV: 
4550 actual miles
Motor: 
750W brushless
Number of wheels: 
2
Top speed: 
27 MPH
Typical range: 
18 miles
Method for 12v system: 
DC-DC converter
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G-1 Electric Skateboard

Generic pic. Will take more when I get a proper camera.
G-1.jpg

Batteries: 
4 x 12V 4.5AH AGM
Charger: 
I temporarily parallel up the batts and charge them with a Vector on 6A (1.5A per batt).
Controller: 
Yi-Yun 36V YK-40 running at 48V
Conversion time and cost: 
$36 from eBay, plus two more batteries.
Curb weight: 
10 lbs. plus about 15lbs of batts in the backpack.
Drivetrain: 
Direct Drive (Belt)
Heater: 
Californians don't need heaters. Air conditioning, son.
Location: 
California
Miles as an EV: 
Pfft, I don't keep track.
Motor: 
200W MY6812 (overvolted)
Number of wheels: 
3
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
~20-25mph. Dude, 48V on this thing is the best thing EVAR.
Typical range: 
5-10 mi. est.
Lighting: 
3 super bright LED headlights. It's got tail lights, too. (I had to deactivate them for the mod, though.)
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EVT 168 equinox

my 1st EV of any kind. but i do alot of work with solar and wind power. so the next step was to go electric as far as travel. Gotta say this is one sweet moped:) fun as all hell to ride.

Batteries: 
ub12500 12v 50ah with powercheqs
Typical range: 
30+ miles at 20ish mph
Top speed: 
35mph
Seating capacity: 
solo
Number of wheels: 
2
Motor: 
1500watt brushed
Miles as an EV: 
73
Location: 
Rocheter / NY
Drivetrain: 
HUB
Curb weight: 
280lb w/batteries
Charger: 
48 volt china crap
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Steven's wonderful electric bicycle

Drivetrain: 
Rear hub motor
Batteries: 
One 48 volts , and 12 amp-hours
Charger: 
48 volts smart charger
Controller: 
Computer assisted throttle , and smart pedal assist system
Conversion time and cost: 
I bought my electric bicycle brand new for 1,000 dollars on 08/01/2010
Curb weight: 
My electric bicycle weighs 100 pounds
Lighting: 
Duel built in LED headlights , and wireless directional tail-lights , Plus factory installed electric horn
Miles as an EV: 
I have over 1,500 miles of use on my electric bicycle
Motor: 
500 watts or one horse power
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
two people , me and one passenger
Top speed: 
30 miles per hour
Typical range: 
30 miles using a combination of the motor power assistance and pedaling
Location: 
Brooklyn , New York City
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EVT-4000e

Batteries: 
12V 50Ah x4, http://www.klb.com.tw/dbf/WP50-12NE.pdf
Curb weight: 
125 KG
Location: 
Taipei, Taiwan
Miles as an EV: 
2800
Motor: 
Direct Driven Hub Motor, 1500W
Number of wheels: 
2
Top speed: 
35 MPH
Typical range: 
10 miles, didn't try its limit
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