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Electric Bike (MTR-007-NAV) (NAV Series ) Specifications Rated power: 350W DBM motor Frame: Steel Front Fork: Dual suspension Rims: Alloy Wheel Size: 12 16X2.125 28psi Brakes: Front drum brake, rear expansive band brake Motor: 350W brushless Working Style: grip throttle & pedal assisted Battery: 48V12AH Lead-acid Charging Time: 6-8 hours Mileage: up to 40 km Riding Time: up to 3 hours continues riding Speed: up to 20km/hours Electronic controller: 48V350W 17Amp

Features: High-speed motor, speeds up to 20kph Twist grip acceleration control Durable steel tube frame Environment and user-friendly Rechargeable battery-operated Indicator panel for friendly interface With LED Headlight

Package Contents: 1x E-bike 1x Rechargeable battery 1x Charger 1x Carrier padding 1x Seat saddle 1x Basket

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MAIN PART DESCRIPTION

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Head set Basket Front mudguard Tyre Rim Compression bar Front fork Footrest Pedal Protective cover Brake line Rear brake Stand Brushless motor Rear mudguard Back rest Carrier Carrier handrail Seat saddle Seat lock

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Seat clamp Seat post Rechargeable battery Spokes Steel frame Ignition switch Signal light switcher Horn button Head light switch Status indicator Twist grip throttle Front brake bar Right signal light Head light Left signal light Rear brake bar AC Charger

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Bike Parts Measurements:

INSTRUCTION How to read the Indicator Panel:

The Indicator Panel is on the top of the Handlebar: High Fully charged Half Medium charge

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Low The battery is drain ,need to be charged immediately. Do not attempt to use the electronic motor when you see this indicator it may damage the battery or the electronic motor; use the pedal and skid instead Note: This figure seen when you full stop the E-bike and if youre trying to control the accelerator it changes into red and orange light only, which means it has no sufficient charge that can support electronic motor. When you see this indicator please Turn Off the electronic motor and use the pedals/skidding or charge the battery for continuous riding w/ electronic motor after you charged. Power Indicate red light when the Electric-bike ignition switch is on Left signal Indicator Flash red light when left signal light is turn on Right signal indicator Flash red light when right signal light is turn on

SPARE PARTS ASSEMBLING AND ADJUSTMENT Handlebar Installation: The handlebar stem should not lower or higher than the insertion mark for safe. Stand at the front of the handlebar, clamp/lock the front wheel with your knees, handhold the handlebar, adjust the handlebar has 90 angles with the bodywork.

Fixation bolts should be tightened with a wrench . Make sure it is tight enough so that you cant twist the stem and handlebars out of alignment.

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Seat Saddle Adjustment: Be sure that the top of the seat is level. Securely fasten the seat saddle to the seat post. Then insert seat post into the seat tube (bracket) on the underside of bike seat; tighten the seat clamp wrench' s . Securely tighten the seat post enough so that you cant twist the saddle out of alignment.

Note: You can adjust the height of seat post depending on your height but it must not exceed on the seat post alignment and it should be tightened well if you want a high seat saddle.

Front Brake Adjustment: Testing and adjustment to performance requirements, after adjustment tighten all screws securely. While the brake handles are in free or open position the front and rear wheels should rotate easily. The distance between bake block and rims should not bigger than 3mm, and they should be symmetrical. The frame of cable position and the plumb line is 90 angles are best. The brake pads wear more quickly on wet and muddy roads; replace it when it was worn out.

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Rear Brake Adjustment: Loosen the tight bolt, circumrotate the adjective bolt, adjust the space in no damp state, and then tighten the bolt.

Dis Engage Rechargeable Battery Pack: Unlock the seat saddle then extend about 90 counterclockwise Unlock the Battery lock by the key counterclockwise. Hold the Battery handle tightly and slowly lift up. Note: Battery pack is heavy so please be careful and hold it tightly to prevent the battery to fall and cause injury.

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Engage the Rechargeable Battery Pack: Battery pack has an insertion marking locate and engage properly and lock the battery lock. Return the seat saddle

Switching on the Head Light: When your traveling at night or with in dim environment the front LED light can help you see road clearly . switch On the Front LED light on the Indicator Panel

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Basket Installation: Place the basket properly and fix with screws and nut using Philips screw and Pliers. (see figure below)

OPERATION

Charging the battery through AC Power Outlet: Attach the DC connector to rechargeable battery charger port on bike and the other end plug it on 110V240 V AC 50/60Hz wall socket (power source).

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Battery indicator turn bright means the power is link, when the battery indicator turns red means charging, when it turns green means the battery is full. The charging time is approximately 8-15 hours, but the continuous charging time should not more than 18hours. After charging, unplug the chargers DC connector (inlet jack), and unplug the charger outlet jack. The battery charger must have constant voltage regulation; otherwise it may damage the storage cells.

Charging the battery by Skidding: Turn off ignition switch Run the Ebike by skidding, as you skid voltage is induced and current then flows through the circuitry and charge the battery or light the LED headlight.

The method of saving Battery Power: Riding : You should be familiar with all the spare parts of this bike before riding it, do operate it as following instruction. Test all the electric functions before riding on the road. Ride the bike manually before switching on the power supply to reduce current draw at startup. Skid the pedals when going up a slope or against a stiff wind. Inflate the tires, brake and come to a full stop only when necessary.

Start-up with electronic bike: Insert the key into the power key switch (ignition switch) ; turn to ON status. Start running, turn the accelerator anti clockwise to start movement and increase the speed; you can adjust the speed by turning the accelerator. The speed for the bike can rise up to 25km/hr. The actual speed is depended on the user weight, the road, tire pressure and other factors.

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Do step the pedals when climbing, it can prolong the time of using the batteries. To stop the E-bike, you can release the accelerator by turning clockwise. Doing this, your bike will disaccelerate and stop. If you want to break when riding, you can release the accelerator first, and then grip the front/rear brake bar.

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Moreover, a rear brake system has been installed to your bike. When you pull the brake, it will automatically cut off the power supply to the motor and slow down. Then the rear brake on the tyre will stop the bike. If you have done riding the E-bike, you must turn the key power to OFF status, to avoid unexpected accident and save energy.

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Charging Cost: Sample Assumed Meralco Residential Electricity Rate per Bill Amount Bracket Bill Amount (Php) P0 to P108 P109 to P338 P339 to P573 P574 to P1,021 P1,022 to P2,109 P2,110 to P3,271 P3,272 to P4,625 P4,626 to P7,684 P7,685 and up FOR ALL OTHER APPLIANCES Formula: Cost per hour = Rate x (appliance wattage / 1000) Example: For an MTR-007-NAV charger, with an average monthly bill of P2,500.00. Cost per hour = Rate x (charger wattage / 1000) Cost per hour = P10.50 x (86.4 watts / 1000) Cost per hour = P10.50 x (.0864 kilowatt) Cost per hour = 0.9072 P1 Cost per hour charging = 0.9072 x number of hours used in full charging Cost per charging =0.9072 X 8 hrs = P 7.25 WARNING Only use charger that is supplied with the bike, other battery chargers may overcharge and cause damage. Do not use charger other batteries with this charger. In order to avoid damaging the storage cells, do not overcharge, undercharge or allow the batteries to become overly discharged. The battery charge must have constant voltage regulation; otherwise it may damage the storage cells. When the vehicle is not in use it is necessary to maintain a sufficient charge in the batteries to prevent breakdown of the electrolyte, which may damage the storage cells and lower performance, the batteries should be brought to a full charge once a month. Do not permit short-circuiting of the battery poles. This may damage the batteries or cause a fire. Price per KWh (Php) P0.33 P5.18 P6.64 P8.08 P10.12 P10.50 P10.87 P11.54 P11.80

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Insure that all battery connection is securely fastened to avoid potential fire and reduction of travel. Do not expose the storage batteries to flame or a high heat source, do not dispose of the batteries in a fire and do not expose the batteries to prolonged exposure to bright sunlight. If the battery casing is broken or ruptured the battery must be immediately replaced. The electrolyte is an acid solution. Do not spill it on skin, cloths or expose to the eyes. If exposed to the electrolyte immediately wash thoroughly with clean water.

Do's and Don'ts: DOs Donts Do not press the batteries; do not dispose the batteries in high source. Do not use any charger other than the one provided Do not wash your vehicle with jet pressure water as it might damage the electrical components Do not overload the vehicle than the recommended weight Do not accelerate suddenly. Accelerate gradually to obtain better mileage & to avoid accidents Do not allow the battery to completely discharge as it may affect the battery life Do not carry out any modification in the vehicle Do not accelerate the motor in stationary position Never allow test ride without understanding proper driving instructions. Do not use on Heavy rain Do not use on flood Do avoid sunshine when charging outside. Do stock the charger and battery in dry. Do keep the thermal clean and tight. Do check the battery charge level indicator before starting yours day's ride Always use proper tools Be vigilant on any unusual sounds Clean you electric-bike using a soft wet cloth Perform the periodic maintenance as per guidelines Always maintain specified tyre pressure.

Care and Maintenance: When cleaning the E-bike, do not use direct stream of water. Clean with a damp cloth to avoid shortcircuiting electrical components. Do not expose the storage batteries to flame or a high heat source, do not dispose of the batteries in a fire and do not expose the batteries to prolonged exposure to bright sunlight. Check the brake system usually, while the brake handles are on the free or open position the front and rear wheel should rotate easily. Insure that all mechanical parts are firmly secured. Tighten any parts or bolts that have come loose. Do lubricate the front fork, front and rear axles and so on once per year.

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Electric Part Care and Maintenance: 1. 2. Check the electric terminals termly. Charger a) Do cut off the power after charging, and unplug the outlet plug. b) Do not expose the charger and batteries to bright sunlight when charging. c) Do store the charger in dry. Battery a) Do not press the batteries; do not expose the storage batteries to flame or high heat source. Do not touch both terminals with metal object or body parts as a short circuit may result. Daily check a) Check the capacity of the batteries: all batteries indicator will be bright when the battery is fully charge. a) Test the speed throttle control place the bike on a stand of sufficient strength position, the hub motor can be controlled when turn the speed throttle control. b) Check the brake handle: place the bike on a trend of sufficient strength position. Put the key into the power key switch; turn to ON status, turn the speed throttle control, the hub motor will be cut off and then slow down when you brake.

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CAUTION 1. 2. 3. 4. If you cant control the speed of your bike when riding, please stop it by brake handle and turn the power key switch on OFF at the same time and then send the bike to the service station. Do not operate in rainy day or even in a wet surrounding. Do apply both front and rear hand break at the same time. If the rear wheel starts to skid, release the front brake a little to stop skidding. Check before riding: 5. Check for proper tire pressure in both tires. Check for loose bolts and nuts, and re-torque as necessary. Check if the battery is fully charged. Check the adjustment of the brake system. Observe the chain tension and adjust if necessary.

Battery maintains If the bike is shelved for a long time, the battery must recharge once per month. You should charge the battery full, if you ride more than 15km everyday and you can charge the battery 2-3days if you ride less than 15km everyday

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Trouble Shooting:

Problem Power does not on

Possible Cause Power key do not turn to ON status Battery is not connected Battery fault Battery is drained

Action to be taken Turn on the power key and try again Connect the battery by opening the cover Check all the connections Charge the battery Inflate to maximum tire rating Keep the battery in fully charged condition Keep battery warm when charging Replace battery Charge, use, charge more times before optimum range Please contact with dealer for repairing Repair it by the dealer Check the connection of the accelerator or change with a new one Adjust the brake system Contact to the technician Check the connection Check the connection of the accelerator, or change with a new one.

Insufficient range

Low tire pressure Battery not fully charged Cold battery Damage battery Battery is not brake in

Charging proceed

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Auto disconnect function of the charger occurs The charger broken

Motor does work even power is on

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The accelerator handle bar is broken Brake is to tight Motor problem occurs The connection of electric for the accelerator is broken The accelerator handle bar is broken

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Main Technical Specification Model Rated Load Max Speed Travel range on full charge Battery Capacity Power consumption of per 100km Rated power Rated Voltage Motor Wheels Size Climbing Capacity Charging Method Charging Time Security MTR-007-NAV 75 kgs (For better performance) Up to 20km/h (depending on load) Up to 40km 48V/ 12Ah lead Acid 1.2Kw.H 350 Watts 36 Volts 350 DBM Brushless Motor (BLDC motor) 12 10 O AC -DC charging 8-15hrs (continuous charging 13-18hrs full charge) Key for power, Key for battery lock

WARRANTY Warranty period: 6 months free service warranty

Note: Warranty Sticker is VOID if seal is broken/missing/tampered.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION (s) 1. What is Electronic bike also known as E-bike?

An electric bicycle, also known as an e-bike, is a bicycle with an electric motor used to power the vehicle. Electric bicycles use rechargeable batteries and can travel up to 15 to 20 mph (24 to 32 km/h).

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What are the safety standards using the e-bike? All operators and passengers must be at least 16 years of age. All operators and passengers must wear an approved bicycle or motorcycle helmets. All electrical terminals must be completely covered. Two independent braking systems consistent with requirements for motorcycles and motor-assisted bicycles (mopeds) that applies force to each wheel and is capable of bringing the e-bike, while being operated at a speed of 25 km/h, to a full stop within the point at which the brakes were applied. The minimum wheel width or diameter shall not be less than 20 x 1.95. No modifications to the motor to allow it to exceed a power output greater than 250W and a speed greater than 25 km/h. The battery and motor must be securely fastened to the vehicle to prevent them from moving while the e-bike is operating.

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What is the working distance of a fully charged battery? A fully charge battery can run the e-bike with speed up to 25km/hr. The actual speed and distance depends on the user weight, the road, tire pressure and other factors. The heaviness of the user and the road surface/position can affect the battery operating time; a lot of pressure on the electronic motor uses large capacity of energy charge which will shorten the operating time.

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How Brushless Motor works?

Brushless DC electric motor (BLDC motors, BL motors) also known as electronically commutated motors (ECMs, EC motors) are synchronous motors which are powered by a DC electric source via an integrated inverter/switching power supply, which produces an AC electric signal to drive the motor (AC with a caveat alternating current often implies a sinusoidal waveform; a better term would be bi-directional current with no restriction on waveform); additional sensors and electronics control the inverter output amplitude and waveform( and therefor percent of DC bus usage/efficiency) and frequency ( ie rotor speed ). Brushless Motor, there are permanent magnets on the outside and a spinning armature on the inside. The permanent magnets are stationary, so they are called the stator. The armature rotates, so it is called the rotor. The armature contains an electromagnet. When you run electricity into this electromagnet, it creates a magnetic field in the armature that attracts and repels the magnets in the stator. So the armature spins through 180 degrees. To keep it spinning, you have to change the poles of the electromagnet. The brushes handle this change in polarity. They make contact with two spinning electrodes attached to the armature and flip the magnetic polarity of the electromagnet as it spins.

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Doe's it recharge the batteries while you pedal? YES! But, only when you are moving at a speed faster than the motor can attain itself.

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How doe's skidding charge the battery?

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The principal behind the generator is that of induction. When skidding you move a coil of wire through a magnetic field, a voltage is induced into the wire, which then creates electrical current that flows through the circuit. Inside your brushless motor is a wire coil that is inside a magnetic field. When you skid the pedal of the Ebike, you are actually moving this coil in the magnetic field. As the coil moves, voltage is induced and current then flows through the circuitry and charge the rechargeable battery or light the headlight.

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