OwnerRaphael Jeger
LocationFehren, Solothurn Switzerland map
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Vehicle2006 Goal ASS
The base-vehicle is a recumbent from
WebPage the Goal
ASS 2006. It's frame is mostly aluminum
which makes it a bit lighter.
MotorCrystalyte 407 Brushless DC
Conventional Hub-Motor mounted in rear
wheel (26").
ControllerCrystalyte 35A
Conventional controller, mounted below
the seat
Batteries16 Yesa Square 12Ah cells, 48.00 Volt,
LiFePo4, 576Wh (48V / 12Ah), mounted in
the big orange box below the seat. The
box is built from herex and GRP under
System Voltage48 Volts
Charger Yesa
HeaterPedal more!
DC/DC ConverterLambda Densei-Lambda PAH75D 48-5033/V
Input: 37-72V, Output 1: 5V 15A, Output
2: 3.3V 15A. Mounted below the
controller, switched electronically,
powers front LED-light (5V), rear light
(3.3V) and a USB-port in the case where
the converter is housing for charging
mobiles, navigation-systems etc.
InstrumentationCycle-Analyst from www.ebikes.ca
Top Speed31 MPH (49 KPH)
Modest pedaling on level ground with
full throttle. Speed w/o pedaling around
AccelerationQuite fast, around 6 seconds to top-
speed. But I adjusted the max. power to
around 1000W peak for longer battery
life and longer range.
Range65 Miles (104 Kilometers)
Actual driven range across Switzerland
with all it's ups and downs.
Watt Hours/Mile9 Wh/Mile
With light pedaling, no sweating at all,
average across beautiful Switzerland.
EV Miles
Current:1,000 Miles (1,609 Kilometers)
Seating CapacityOne, definitely :) Enough space for
clothes and things for a one week trip
on the back-porter in a Topeak-bag.
Curb Weight80 Pounds (36 Kilograms)
Conversion TimeAround 50h per bike (built two, for me
and my girlfriend).
Conversion CostAround 3000.- USD per bike.
Someday, I'd like to add some aerodynamic things like a
windshield (like that one: WebPage
Surely one of the best things I've built so far!

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