My new Electric Shifting Adult Trike is based on the Flying Pigeon 6-speed adult tricycle.
FRAME&FORK: steel #966;50*2.0mm frame&fork
HANDLE BAR SETS: alloy handle bar &alloy stem& steel seat post
DRIVE SYSTEM: alloy crank& steel chain wheel with steel F type chain cover
WHEEL SETS: steel rim 24"*1.75
black tire(Wanda brand), A/V 24*1.75
BRAKE SETS: front caliper brake and rear band brake
saddle as picture
DERAILLEUR: Shimano outter 6speed or 1speed
FENDER&CHAIN COVER: steel with painting
COLOR&STICKER: to order
ACCESSORY: with front&rear basket
FOB TIANJIN: 156usd (shimano 6speed)
They powder coat them any color I want and even put on my own own custom stickers, what do you think about yellow and the chain guard I might even be able to leave on with just notches for the electric motor chain?
The drive motor is a Cyclone-E-Bikes CY-650 ~ 1680W 24-48V BLDC electric motor with freewheel sprocket, and the http://kellycontroller.com/kbs48101l35a ... -1171.html
Kelly KBS 48101L-L Fully Programmable Controller.
• Frequency of Operation: 16.6kHz.
• Standby Battery Current: < 0.5mA.
• 5V Sensor Supply Current: 40mA.
• Controller supply voltage range, PWR, 18V to 90V.
• Supply Current, PWR, 150mA.
• Configurable battery voltage range, B+. Max operating range: 18V to 60V.
• Analog Brake and Throttle Input: 0-5 Volts. Can use 3-wire pot to produce 0-5V signal.
• Reverse Alarm, Main Contactor Coil Driver, Meter: <200mA.
• Full Power Operating Temperature Range: 0c to 50c (controller case temperature).
• Operating Temperature Range: -30c to 90c, 100c shutdown (controller case temperature).
• Motor Current Limit, 10 seconds boost: 100A.
• Motor Current Limit, continuous: 35A.
• Max Battery Current :Configurable.
The most expensive part is the custom made battery pack.
~950WHr 35A (40A Max) rechargeable Lithium Ion battery pack comprised of 120 3.6V cells with a smart Battery Management System (BMS) and and matching an adjustable voltage 6A 'smart' charger for it.
Finally is the custom made rear mount battery box and custom motor mounting plate.
My new plate will use a pair of muffler clamps to secure the motor mount plate to the back of the seat tube.
The box houses the battery, it's charger, the controller, and 3 tail lights.
A pic from this morning before I button it up.
It's just your basic unassuming 3-wheel adult trike with a utility box.
Wires? What wires?
Until you pop the cover off.
The silver controller has it own mounts direct to the base, and I coated the contact point with Lithium heat sink grease before it was screwed down so the case acts like big heat sink.
The battery in the middle now sports 90° metal full length side bars with lag bolts.
The bolts being past the ends of the battery allows for a ridged structure that stops side to side and front to back movement, and of course disperse the clamping force over both full sides so not to damage the cells inside.
Note the battery also sits on a pad.
The charger also has a new U-bracket to secure the back and the 90 degree tabs on the top cover hold the front in place as it comes out flush to allow plugging the chargers power cord in.
Note I padded the bottom of the charger with some 1/4" pink packing material to minimize vibration like the battery.
It is not done yet, I want to take a few pics of it with no lights or baskets finished as a base model tomorrow as the least expensive base as I can make it, then add the options for baskets, lights, keylock, etc.
More work to do but it runs now at that of course is first, all the rest is just candy ;-}