This Complete Kit includes a 36V 250W 400RPM BLDC Hub motor and compatible E-bike PEDAL ASSIST controller designed to run motors up to 250 Watts.
This kit has all necessary items to build your brand new e-bike and to save your efforts in looking out for all compatible products and you can get it in just one go at reasonable cost.
This full fledge combination of motor and controller is Universal for bikes.
This kit includes E-bike Throttle with battery voltage display so user can early judge whether the battery is damaged or discharged and do the maintenance job.
Note: This Kit does not includes battery & charger.
This Charger is for Lithium Ion battery of 36V which can charge battery upto 42V.
The charger is based on the modern high-frequency switching power supply structure, built-in microcomputer control, to achieve fast, balanced, turbulent, floating charge automatic control charging, charging speed, accurate and reliable.
Current rating: 2A
1 x E-bike 36V 250W BLDC Hub Motor
1 x 36V 250W E-bike Motor Controller With PAS ( PEDAL ASSIST SYSTEM )
1 x E-bike Throttle with key battery voltage display
1 x Pedal assist sensor
2 x Brake lever
36 x Spokes of 8 Inch with 36 Rivet Nuts
1 x Disc-brake plate
1 x Controller cover
E-bike Testing Status :
Pedal Assist System:
The most common type of basic PAS sensor involves a magnet ring attached to the crank arm or spindle, with a sensor that detects the passing magnets when the pedals are turned. Other sensors are more neatly integrated into a tight package or are built into the bottom bracket itself for a very clean install. There are also PAS sensors that sense the passing teeth on the chain ring.
Pedal Assist is an operating mode on e-bikes designed to turn on the e-bike motor to help you pedal. Most e-bikes have a pedal-assist feature built in that lets you activate the motor by pedaling instead of using a twist or thumb throttle. The advantage is simple instead of twisting or pressing a throttle to activate your e-bike motor, just start pedaling and the motor will power up automatically. A lot of pedal force, like when you’re pedaling up a hill, will produce more motor power than a little force like when you’re pedaling downhill.The torque sensor only activates the motor as long as you’re putting pressure on the pedals.