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What should I do if the electric bike runs out of power halfway?

pxid 2021-09-07 24 times

We usually encounter this situation: we drove the electric bicycle halfway to the point of no electricity, the car stopped moving, and slowly gnawed a section of the road and didn't go. What should we do? Many friends choose to come down and push the car to home or find a place to charge. Many people are generally unfamiliar with and can't find a charging place, so they have to brave the sun to push it home.

Is there any way, a simpler emergency method, that can make the car continue to run, ride to home or ride to the charging station to recharge.

There is indeed a good way to share with everyone, but there is a prerequisite. Electric bicycles with 48V batteries are not applicable. Only battery packs above 60V can use this method.

When you have time, you can put a screwdriver or spanner in the seat bag in case the car breaks down on the road, and you can solve some small problems on the spot by doing it yourself. Many repair shops generally do not come to you for repairs. If it is broken on the road, you can only find a way to get it to the repair shop to repair it for you.

Most of the simple models produced in the past and the current new national standard bicycles have 48V configurations. The controllers are generally installed with 48V, and there is no 48V~60V general-purpose type. Configurations above 48V basically have 48~60~72V universal conversion, and this method is completely fine.

What should I do if the electric bike runs out of power halfway?

To remove the 4 fixing screws of the base bag, remove the base barrel to see the controller, the controller has a label, the label indicates that 48V~60V or 60V~72V can be freely converted, and the voltage conversion is marked as blue or White line. Pay attention to the instructions on the label, the docking is 60V, and the disconnection is 48V. Locate the outlet of the controller, easily find a small plug with a basket wire, and see that the blue wires are connected together, that is, according to the label, it is 60V voltage state. The label indicates that the disconnection is 48V. Now let it go. It is 48V in the disconnected state. At least now, the electric bicycle can ride for more than 5 kilometers without electricity, and can ride to home or charging station. Row. Mastering the function of this small plug will easily solve the problem of being able to ride without dropping.

If the controller is marked with 48~60V or 72V, the controller can fully support the configuration of these models. The undervoltage value of 48V~60V is marked on the controller, that is, 48V corresponds to the 42V pre-voltage value, and 60V V corresponds to the 52V undervoltage value. When the battery voltage drops below 52 volts, the voltage is not enough to support the 60V voltage configuration vehicle to walk. Converted to 48V, the minimum undervoltage value is 42V, which is enough to travel more than 5 kilometers.

The general conversion principle is like this. Everyone can figure out that the 60V battery is reduced to 52V and the vehicle cannot drive normally, then it can be converted to 48V, which can travel more than 5 kilometers, so that the electric bicycle runs out of power halfway, the best one The emergency method is actually very simple to figure out the working principle.

Another emergency method is to be sweeter, beg for help, or if you don’t know him, tell him. If you charge less for a while, you can run 2 kilometers in half an hour, and you can run nearly 5 kilometers in one hour.

Therefore, the battery pack must be above 60V to be applicable, if it is 48V, this method cannot be used. Regardless of the method, as long as the emergency is available at the time, car owners can easily ride home or recharge at the charging station. This is a good method. I hope everyone can refer to this method and use it. You can easily solve the problem of throwing you on the road. worry.