How many kilowatt-hours of electricity does the meter go after charging the electric bicycle once?
At that time, I often used electric bicycles, shopping for food after get off work, and charging them frequently. Once, it was also because of curiosity.
So I just want to see how much electricity is needed to fully charge an electric bicycle. The battery of an electric bicycle is 60V, 20A, which is 1200W, but there will be some losses. Let's take a look at the specifics.
The measurement was started at 9 o'clock in the morning, and the time was set at 6 hours. When the charging started, the meter read 12.95 degrees. After about six hours, the charging is complete, and the meter reads 14.26 degrees.
After comparing the results, it can be known that the electric bicycle used a total of 1.31 kilowatt-hours of electricity from the beginning to the end. After that, I did it several times and found that it was between 1.3 and 1.6 degrees.
For some cities, it is more convenient to go out to drive an electric bicycle than to drive a car. Smaller cars are especially prone to traffic jams. In big cities, electric bicycles are more than a little bit more convenient than cars.