GaugesBank Charger
OwnerRick Stewart
LocationSilver Spring, Maryland US map
Vehicle2008 e-Fun D
Motorunknown Brushless DC
3000W cont. hub motor
Drivetrainrear wheel hub motor
Controllerunknown
100 Amps... it's actually two 50A controllers wired together
to get 100A
Batteries5 B and B EB50-12, 12.00 Volt, Lead-Acid, AGM
50A at 20hr rate
System Voltage60 Volts
ChargerKingpan KP-A Series
I built a bank charger from 5 Husky 12v chargers that I use
at home to fully charge them. At work I use the Kingpan on a
timer set for 2.5 hours.
DC/DC Converter Unknown
60-12v
InstrumentationAnalog
Top Speed51 MPH (82 KPH)
0-51 in about as many days
Accelerationbrisk at first, tapering off to acceptable
RangeI only ride 15 miles to work and I plug it in at the end of each
ride. Factory says 50 miles, I'm thinking 40...
EV Miles
Current:1,661 Miles (2,672 Kilometers)
Seating Capacity2 adults
Curb Weight360 Pounds (163 Kilograms)
TiresKendo
Conversion Cost$2500.00 US
Additional FeaturesFront and rear ABS disc brakes
under seat storage for 3 plastic grocery bags, maybe more.
Turn signal beeper to remind me to shut it off... nice
luggage rack and top box
Nice bike... really is worth the purchase price in that it seems pretty reliable and I didn't
have to build it. There is a LiFePo4 version but it costs $4200.00 and that's a bit out of
my budget. When these batteries go bad I'll look into upgrading to another battery
chemistry.

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