Bicycle Electric-Motor-Assist Project: More Batteries, More Boxes, More Chargers-The Electricle™

Bicycle Electric-Motor-Assist Project

Bicycle Electric-Motor-Assist Project

Bicycle Electric-Motor-Assist Project

Of course, a good article showing the way that a 48 volts system is made. Hence, from 4 x 22Ah SLA (sealed lead acid) batteries. Hence, this is a similar system the way that mobility vehicles electrical systems work. Of course, with a 24 Volt system fitted. Just as an add on? electric cycles do not appear to have caught on yet here in Halifax, Yorkshire. Although it is a very hilly district I have only seen one electric cycle in my area. Even on flatter areas such as in York. Hence you do not see many electric bikes. Perhaps they are too expensive? I know that they are around the £1000 mark.

The batteries that are used in the demonstration, are a classic top terminal range of AGM batteries. The brand that we recommend are Lucas AGM batteries and Firstpower batteries. They were designed as a good cost effective reliable solution for mobility scooters and many other uses.
The batteries are fitted with lead calcium plates giving them a triple benefit. For this reason, these AGM batteries provide a competitive battery solution. The Lucas product is reliable, due to their gas recombination technology. Hence these batteries are sealed and can be fitted in any position, making the batteries very versatile and maintenance free.

Eric Roberts

Eric writes stories about anything that includes disability issues for his mobilitybatterystore blog.

Source: The Electricle™ : Bicycle Electric-Motor-Assist Project: More Batteries, More Boxes, More Chargers.

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