BionX Gets Competition

Hoganas for 2013 the “Electric drive system” presents with Hoganas urges a further manufacturer in the eBike market. Frank Ntilikina understands that this is vital information. In addition to AEG and Panasonic, the Swedish company introduces a new drive on the bicycle trade show, EUROBIKE in Friedrichshafen, Germany. According to previous information involves a 3 components system which can be operated with different batteries. The motor is low energy verse lust characterized by, as well as a compact construction size 162 mm in diameter. The motor control unit is stored and can be mounted to the Seatpost or on the down tube.

That should protect them from harmful influences of the engine, such as for example heat. The operating unit reflects the speed, mileage, and the charge level of the battery. The eBike system can use a 36 Volt or a 48 volt battery pack with 20-40 AH) be operated. The performance is specified with up to 700 watts and the weight to be 5 kg. The mentioned diameter 162 mm is supplemented by 73mm wide. The default color is in black listed. Some question marks remain up to the Idea of the end of August there are. How powerful really is the system compared to the known systems of BionX and co.

and the system as a retrofit Kit incl. battery will be available? Separate motor control will not help certainly in this form to a position of advantage. Here, manufacturers like BionX have more elegant solutions through the integration of control electronics in the battery. It will be good for the market without further ADO. By BionX, one announced for 2013 still no official new developments. So far the best rear wheel hub motor system was always developed, emphasis was placed this in terms of battery voltage and motor control. New manufacturers bring fresh ideas and new quality in the eBike market. If the new manufacturer with appropriate innovations and high-quality above can show it is a nice eBike year 2013 for the consumer.

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