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What battery do I need for a 1500W ebike motor?
48V 20Ah Lithium Battery
48V 20Ah Lithium Battery with Charger, High Powerful 48V 1500W Electric Bike Battery , E-bike Battery 48V 20Ah for Electric Bicycle and 1000W/1500W Motor. We don’t know when or if this item will be back in stock. Recommended for Motor Up to 1500W 48V!
Can I use a 36v battery with a 48V motor?
it won’t work unless you regulate the battery to 36v. the controller might be smart enough to regulate, they usually aren’t and will catch fire. if you use a 48v controller on the 36v motor, it will run hot and live short.
How fast is a 1000W eBike?
While it might not seem that fast when compared to driving, a 1000-watt e-bike equates to a speed of roughly 35mph. These powerful e-bikes are typically used for off-roading activities and rough terrain, as opposed to a routine commute.
Can I use 48v battery with 250w motor?
Even though a motor is marked as 250 watts (and even if it may actually be a true 250 watt motor), anyone could connect it to a 48V battery and run 20 amps through the motor to achieve 1,000 watts of power.
Can I put a bigger battery on my ebike?
Adding more cells to the pack could be a problem with the motor voltage limit but most can handle more. It can also cause charging problems. So if you really want more range and speed you should buy a new high end model E bicycle. With lots of battery progress they cost less and go further.
How fast is 1500w 48v?
Battery Capacity and Calculating Range + Speed
|Battery + Motor (Flat Terrain 165 lbs Male)||Max Speed||Average Charge Time|
|500w||25 mph (40.23 km/h) (G)||40 minutes|
|750w||28 mph (45 km/h) (G)||60 minutes|
|1000w||35 mph (56.32 km/h) (R)||80 minutes|
|1500w||40 mph (64 km/h) (R)||120 minutes|
Is 1000w ebike legal?
In which states are 1000W Ebikes legal? Six states specifically allow eBikes to have a max power of 1000W; these are Georgia, Kansas, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Oregon, and Virginia. Only two states, Florida Mississippi, currently have no max power limit for electric bikes.
How fast can a 1500W motor go?
How fast can a 1200W ebike go?
If your route is uphill and you need speed, we advise our 1200W ebike conversion kits. The average speed you will get is between 25-30mph. Now with the 1500W motors, you can expect an average speed of 35mph. We recommend this motor to our riders who enjoy the high speed and performance.
What is the difference between 48V and 52V battery?
The Difference Between 48V and 52V Batteries The difference between the two is power and performance: A 52V battery delivers better performance. A higher-voltage battery provides greater efficiency, with the battery using less electricity to provide the same or better power for the bike.
Will a 48V motor work with a 48V controller?
Theoretically, you are probably right in that most brushless motors will operate at nearly any reasonable voltage provided that you have the correct controller. However, I just installed a 48v kit with a regenerative 48v controller and I noticed that the hub was laser ID’ed as a 48v unit.
How hot is too hot for a 1000 watt motor?
If it is 1000W, then running more than 10.4A continuous in a 96V nominal system would begin to overheat the motor. I don’t know if you have a temp sensor, but it is not recommended to run hub motor temperatures over 90 to 100 degrees C, although I have (accidentally!) hit 127 degrees C without damaging the motor.
Can I run a 3000W motor on 96V?
You can run that motor at 31.25A in a 96V system without overheating it, although I don’t know if 31.25A would propel your particular load to 80kph. In any case, that manufacturer seems to believe that 3000W would propel an ebike to 80kph.
What is the difference between a 36v and a 48V motor?
It would be nice to have a definitive answer to this, but my guess is that there is little difference between the 36V and 48V motor – but perhaps the guage of the phase wires is heavier on the 48V version (expecting that someone pushing 48V into it will also up the current as well)?