User Manual - Norsk Elsykkel

User Manual - Norsk Elsykkel
User Manual
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1. Content of Shipping Carton
User Manual
Congratulations for purchasing a SmartMotion electric bicycle!
Please read this guide fully BEFORE using your electric bike.
Contents
1. Contents of shipping carton
2. Assembly instructions
3. Safe Riding Recommendations
4. Maintenance & Adjustment
5. Main Specifications
6. Do’s and Don’ts
7. Display Panel
8. Display Panel Controls
9. Frame Lock and Seat
10. Battery instructions
11. Warranty
12. Service Checklist
13. Service Record
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In the eUrban and eCity box you will find the following
items:
1. SmartMotion electric bicycle
2. Battery charger
3. Bottle cage
4. 2X Pedals
5. Tool kit (4mm, 5mm & 6mm allen key,
8mm/10mm spanner, 15mm spanner)
6. 2X keys for frame lock and battery lock
7. Front light
8. Front wheel quick release axle
9. Elastic strap
In the e20 box you will find the following items:
1. SmartMotion electric bicycle
2. Battery charger
3. Bottle cage
4. 2X Pedals
5. Tool kit (4mm, 5mm & 6mm allen key,
8mm/10mm spanner, 15mm spanner)
6. 2X keys for frame lock and battery lock
7. Elastic strap
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2. Assembly Instructions
eCity & eUrban
Your electric bike is shipped 85% assembled. Follow
these steps to get it ready and safe for you to ride.
To Prepare
We recommend that you familiarise yourself
with the bike parts before assembling. Gather all
required tools. Be sure to work in a clean, dry space
with plenty of room. You might wish to lay down a
tarpaulin or old blanket to protect the bike during
assembly. You may find it helpful to stand the bike
frame on a block or sturdy box under the battery
housing to work with it in an upright position.
Please watch the balance when installing wheels.
2. Assembly Instructions
eCity & eUrban
1. Unpack
a. Carefully lift the electric bike out from the carton
(two people recommended for this task). Cut the
nylon zip ties with suitable scissors and remove the
foam protection from the bike.
b. Remove the front wheel and mudguard from the
bike and put them aside. Carefully stand the bike
upright, resting on its forks when installing wheels.
2. Fork
a. Insert the handle bar stem into the steering
tube, turn it to align it with the forks correctly, then
fasten the centre screw using the 6mm allen key to
18-20N.M. This is a quill type stem that if set too
high can cause damage to your bicycle, decrease
your control and cause you to fall. Make sure the
Minimum-insertion mark is within the frame.
b. Loosen the handle bar angle adjusting bolt
(at the pivot point of your adjustable stem) two
or three turns then adjust the stem angle to the
position comfortable for you. Then loosen the 2
handlebar clamp bolts and rotate the handlebar to
make sure the brake lever and lcd display positions
are at the correct angle, then fasten the two bolts to
17-20N.M. Finally fasten the angle adjusting bolt to
17-20N.M
Do not activate the brakes until the bike is
fully assembled. Squeezing brake levers
while calipers have no disc rotor between
them can damage the brakes.
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2. Assembly Instructions
eCity & eUrban
3. Mudguard
Install the front mudguard and front light on the
fork. Take off the bolt from the front fork, put the
front mudguard hanger mount on the inside or
outside of the fork then put the front light bracket
on. Put the bolt through the fork then fasten the
bolt with a 5mm allen key and 10mm spanner.
Then fasten the two mudguard stays to the forks.
Finally connect the light cable to the front light.
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2. Assembly Instructions
eCity & eUrban
4. Power Connection
Finally connect the main cable exciting the frame
near the headtube to the handlebar components
cable, making sure the arrows align before pushing
the connectors together.
5. Seat
Release the seat post clamp lever and set the
seat post height to the position which is suitable
for you to comfortably reach the ground when you
are sitting on the bike, then refasten the seat post
clamp. The maximum height should be within the
max height markings on the seatpost.
6. Pedals
Attach the pedals to the cranks, paying attention
to the “L” or “R” marked on the pedal axles. Note:
the pedals have opposing threads – screw in the left
pedal counterclockwise and screw in the right pedal
clockwise. Install L pedal counterclockwise and the
right pedal clockwise.
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2. Assembly Instructions
eCity & eUrban
7. Front wheel
Assemble the front wheel quick release axle by
pushing it through the hollow hub, making sure
that one spring is on each side of the hub. Then
screw on the end nut several turns. Next, carefully
lift the bike front forks off the ground and lower the
forks onto the wheel axle, being careful the disc
rotor fits correctly into the disc calipers (this job is
best with 2 people). Tighten the non-rotor side nut
finger tight and try to close the quick release lever.
Loosen or tighten the nut until it takes the correct
amount of force to close the lever. It should be hard
to close, but not so hard you cannot fully close it. It
must fully close (as in picture) otherwise the wheel
may come loose, causing serious injury. Note: if
you are not well trained in cycle assembly, this
procedure must be checked by a cycle technician.
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2. Assembly Instructions
e20
The e20 electric bike is shipped folded inside the carton
and 95% assembled. Follow these steps to get it ready
and safe for you to ride.
To Prepare
We recommend that you familiarise yourself
with the bike parts before assembling. Gather all
required tools. Be sure to work in a clean, dry space
with plenty of room. You might wish to lay down a
tarpaulin or old blanket to protect the bike during
assembly. You may find it helpful to stand the bike
frame on a block or sturdy box under the battery
housing to work with it in an upright position.
Please watch the balance when installing wheels.
1. Unpack
a. Carefully lift the electric bike out from the carton
(two people recommended for this task). Cut the
nylon zip ties with suitable scissors and remove the
foam protection from the bike.
b. Unfold the main frame until the hinge joint is fully
closed and lock it by pushing alloy lock lever until
it clamps against the frame. Then rotate the plastic
secondary lock down into the alloy lock lever.
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2. Assembly Instructions
e20
2. Assembly Instructions
e20
2. Handlebars
a. Carefully unfold the handlebar stem post up into
its vertical position, then close the alloy lock lever
against the stem post. Finally rotate the plastic
safety lock ring until it enters and locks the alloy
lock lever closed.
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b. Adjust the handlebar horizontal rotation if needed by lifting up the handlebar stem quick release
lever, then twist the handle bar to the correct angle
and press the quick release lever down again to
lock.
Adjust the vertical height of handlebar using the
same procedure with the quick release lever down
on the mid section of the stem post.
3. Pedals
Attach the foldable pedals to the cranks, paying
attention to the “L” or “R” marked on the pedal
axles. Install washer and screw in the L pedal
counterclockwise and the right pedal clockwise. See
wellgo instructions for full details.
4. Seat
Release the seat post clamp lever and set the seat
post height to the position which is suitable for
you to comfortably reach the ground when you
are sitting on the bike, then refasten the seat post
clamp. The maximum height should be within the
max height markings on the seatpost.
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3. Safe Riding Recommendations
3. Safe Riding Recommendations
1. Please observe traffic regulations, and don’t lend your
bicycle to anyone who is unfamiliar with it. The bicycle can
legally only be used on the road by a person aged 14 years or
over.
2. If you are in a country where wearing a cycle helmet is not
compulsory, we still strongly advise you to always wear one.
If you are unfamiliar with cycling, we also advise you to attend
a cycle proficiency course prior to using it, or gain advice from
your local SmartMotion dealer. Your eUrban is not a toy and
should be considered a serious mode of transport.
3. As with all bicycles it is important that you stay within safe
limits. If you feel you are traveling too quickly for the road
conditions you probably are, so slow down! High speed will
increase forces in the case of an accident and increase the
possibility of injury.
4. Test your brakes prior to using the bike every time you use
it and remember the bike will not stop as quickly in wet or icy
conditions as it would on a dry road.
5. Check the tyres, rims, pedals, stem, cables, chain, etc for
general condition regularly.
6. A rider is very difficult for motorists and pedestrians to see
at dusk, at night, or at other times of poor visibility. If you must
ride under these conditions, check and be sure you comply
with all local laws about night riding; follow the rules of the
road. Take the following additional precautions: make sure that
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your bicycle is equipped with correctly positioned and securely
mounted reflectors, wear light-colored, reflective clothing
and or accessories (any reflective device or light source that
moves will help you get the attention of approaching motorists,
pedestrians and other traffic). Make sure your clothing or
anything else you are carrying on your bicycle doesn’t obstruct
a reflector or light. Ride slowly when conditions demand you to
do so.
7. Check the front and rear rim’s safety line. Replace wheel
when any part of the Rim Wear Groove is not visible. It is
dangerous not to do so.
8. If a rear child seat is fitted, before putting your child in, read
the full safety instructions of the seat manual to check seat is
installed correctly and child is fastened properly.
9. You must not leave the bike unattended or use the kickstand
to stand the bike without your support when a child is in the
rear seat as the bike could tip over and cause serious injury.
10. Make sure the rear suspension underside of your seat is out
of reach of your child to avoid finger injury.
11. Your bicycle must be returned to your servicing dealer
or bicycle/motorcycle mechanic after one month or 200km
of riding (which ever comes first) to re-tension the spokes.
Then every six months or 1000km (which ever comes first)
for a general service and thorough inspection. Failure to do
this can void your warranty due to unnecessary wear.
Pre-ride Checklist
Please make sure the brake lever sequence is
correct for your country before riding. In UK, NZ
and Australia the left brake lever is for rear brake
and the right brake is for the front brake. In all
other countries it is the other way: left for front,
right for rear.
Check the tyres for any visible damage.
Check tyre pressures are 40-60psi, and adjust if
necessary.
Check for any loose nuts, bolts, or fixings.
Check brake functions, cable tension, pad
clearance, etc.
Check all electronic functions are ok (functions
detailed later in this manual).
Check the reflectors are in place and the lights are
working (detailed later in manual).
Torque Settings
Check bolts are tightened according to the following
recommendations before you set off for the first time.
a. Seat pillar clamp nut/bolt
5N.M-8N.M
b. Brake cable anchor bolt
5N.M
c. Brake centre bolt
11N.M
d. Seat angle clamp bolt
24N.M
e. Crank axle nuts
R:42N.M
L: 46N.M
f. Gear shifter nuts
4N.M
g. Rear carrier nuts
8N.M
h. Mudguard bracket nuts
8N.M
i. Handle bar clamp nut
17-20N.M
j. Quill stem bolt
19N.M
k. Seat tube clamp nut
4-7N.M
l. Rear wheel axle nuts
40-45N.M
m. Quick release front axle. Measured torque
not typically used. Common industry practice is
resistance at lever half way through swing from
open to fully closed.
For all other nuts, the torque depends on the nut
diameter: M4
2.5-4.0N.M
M54.0-6.0N.M
M6
6.0-7.5N.M
Note: make sure axle nuts are always done up tight
on both wheels as connections to the motor and the
dropouts can be damaged due to the axle spinning.
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4. Maintenance & Adjustment
4. Maintenance & Adjustment
2. Lubrication
1. Gear Adjustment
Adjust the cable tension Adjustment Bolt to align
guide pulley with the centre of the cogs (setting this
in gear 3 or 4 is easiest). Low adjustment: In 1st
gear check and if necessary, turn the L adjustment
screw so that the guide pulley moves to a position
directly in line with the largest (1st gear) sprocket.
High adjustment: turn the crank arm while gear
shifting the derailleur to move the derailleur to the
top gear position, and then check and if necessary,
turn the H adjustment screw to adjust so that the
guide pulley is in line with the outer line of the
smallest sprocket when looking from the rear.
Turn the crank arm to set the derailleur to the low
position.
H adjustment screw
L adjustment screw
Adjustment Bolt
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1.1
Once a month lubricate all pivot points
on your derailleur and the derailleur pulleys with
suitable chain lube.
1.2
Every three months lubricate the brake
lever pivots, gears and chain with suitable oil.
3. Cleaning your electric bike
Warm soapy water and a cloth can be used to clean
the frame of your bike, but care must be taken not
to immerse any of the electrical components; they
are rainproof but cannot be immersed in water. The
motor can be cleaned with a soapy cloth, but also
must not be immersed in water. The battery can be
cleaned with a damp cloth, then dried afterwards.
Note: in salty conditions it is essential to clean and
lube your bike regularly.
4. Other Maintenance
Your bicycle must be returned to your servicing
dealer or bicycle/motorcycle mechanic after one
month or 200km of riding (which ever comes first)
to re-tension the spokes. Then every six months
or 1000km (which ever comes first) for a general
service and thorough inspection. Failure to do this
can void your warranty due to unnecessary wear
and tear.
Excluding the electric drive side of things, your
SmartMotion bicycle is a normal bicycle, with
normal components. Your dealer will be able to
explain to you the general care and maintenance of
the normal bicycle components. You should pop
your bike in for a check-up after about a month’s
use as new gear and brake cables will stretch, then
every 6 months after that.
The electric drive system is maintenance free and
has self-diagnostic codes that will be displayed on
the LCD console (detailed later in this user guide)
should anything go wrong. Again, speak to your
dealer should any issues arise.
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5. Main Specifications
eCity & eUrban
BATTERY
RACK
BRAKE
SECURITY
GEARS
FRAME
HANDLE BAR
FORK
MUDGUARD
TYRE
RIM
DISPLAY PANEL
LIGHT
SEAT
CABLES
WARRANTY
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36v15.6ah Samsung advanced lithium ion battery for NZ conditions -­
superior weatherproofing. USB charge port.
Heavy duty rear rack, with elastic for luggage.
Tektro disc brakes, with 180mm rotors for superior stopping.
Integrated frame C-lock for easy security (locks the rear wheel).
Shimano 8 speed cassette 11-34 gear set, with Altus derailleur & shifter.
Aluminium frame. Centre-mounted adjustable kickstand.
(Also available in its 24” small version).
Aluminium handle bars with adjustable headset, adjust the handlebar
height for different ride styles.
SR Suntour alloy suspension forks.
Polypropylene guards with heavy duty stays.
CST Commuter tyres, Kevlar guard, 26 X 1.9.
26” Alex DP23 with eyelets.
LCD console with 5 level Pedal assist and active throttle in all modes.
Adjustable max speed. USB charge port.
Integrated front and rear light powered from the main battery.
Velo plush comfort seat. Suspension Seatpost.
Marine-­rated cable plugs on all components for simple and quick
servicing/replacement.
2 year warranty on battery and motor, 6 years on frame, 12 months other
parts.
5. Main Specifications
e20
BATTERY
RACK
BRAKE
SECURITY
GEARS
FRAME
HANDLE BAR
MUDGUARD
TYRE
RIM
DISPLAY PANEL
LIGHT
SEAT
CABLES
WARRANTY
DIMENSIONS
36v15.6ah Samsung advanced lithium ion battery for NZ conditions -­
superior weatherproofing. USB charge port.
Heavy duty rear rack, with elastic for luggage.
Tektro front and rear brakes.
Integrated frame C-lock for easy security (locks the rear wheel).
Shimano 8 speed cassette 11-34 gear set, with Altus derailleur & shifter.
Alloy folding frame and foldable pedals.
Centre-mounted adjustable kickstand.
Height adjustable folding handle bars for relaxed, upright ride posture.
Polypropylene guards with heavy duty stays.
Kenda, Kevlar guard, 20” X 1.95.
Alex DM24 rims.
LCD console with 5 level Pedal assist and active throttle in all modes.
Adjustable max speed. USB charge port.
Integrated front and rear light powered from the main battery.
Velo plush comfort seat.
Marine-­rated cable plugs on all components for simple and quick
servicing/replacement.
2 year warranty on battery and motor, 6 years on frame, 12 months other
parts.
90cm L x 62cm H x 43cm W (folded).
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6. Do’s and Don’ts
Do treat your eBike like any bicycle you would want
to last well… keep it stored somewhere secure and
away from the elements.
6. Do’s and Don’ts
Never take your eBike on the beach as salt water
and sand will drastically shorten the lifespan of
many of the ebike’s components (motor, gears,
wiring connections, etc).
Note: Your warranty is void if evidence of salt, sand,
or water damage are present within the components. Important: If you live very close to the sea
you must keep your bike indoors when not in use.
This will save you $$$ as your components will last
longer.
Important: Your bike will arrive with the battery
partially charged. You need to give it a full charge
before ANY use. Smartmotion batteries have been
precondition-cycled, so no need to do 3 full deep
discharges as for some other brands. Just charge
and go... then just top your battery up after each
use (lithium batteries prefer shallow discharge).
Then give your battery a complete discharge and
full charge every 3 months or so to keep the cells
well balanced.
Note: The LCD battery display bars will dip under full
load (on hills, etc). This is normal as running voltage
drops under high load. To get an accurate battery
reading, wait about 10 sec after the motor is not in
use. The 8 step capacity lights on the battery will
give you a more accurate idea (button on top rear of
battery – more info later in manual).
Don’t power up the throttle while the eBike is held
stationary. Motor operation for more than a few
seconds while the wheel is locked/stationary can
damage the motor and controller.
Do take extra care on the road as you will be
travelling faster than you normally do on a bike and
your bike is now power-assisted, so will behave
differently.
Don’t treat your eBike as a dirt-bike! The motor and
battery are weather proof, but not water-tight. It is
ok in rain, but not to ford streams, etc!
Don’t let others ride your eBike unless you have
properly explained safe and appropriate use to
them.
Don’t attempt to open the motor or battery should
your system malfunction. This will void the warranty. Return it to the store you purchased it from.
Do make sure your charger has free air movement
around it as it will get quite warm.
Don’t use your charger outdoors. It is for indoor use
only.
Do top up your battery whenever possible. Lithium
batteries actually prefer shallow discharge (the
exact opposite of older types of batteries that have
memory effects). Keeping your battery topped up
between rides will prolong the life of your battery
and give you more power too, as a full battery is
better on the hills.
Do disconnect your battery from the charger when it
is charged. Leaving it connected permanently when
not in use will shorten cell life.
Never leave a fully discharged battery uncharged
for more than a week… you will shorten the lifespan of your battery the longer you leave it in a fully
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discharged state.
Don’t leave your battery for more than 3 months
without top-up charging it.
Note: A battery left for more than 3 months at a low
voltage may suffer cell damage. This will not be
covered under your warranty. It is to your advantage
to properly look after your battery as it is the most
expensive part of your ebike!
Important: Though the risk of battery fire with
charging Samsung or Panasonic 18650 cells is
considerably lower than cheaper, unbranded cells
(online data suggests about one in 40 million for
the cells we use - i.e., you are more likely to get
struck by lightening), it is still possible. Treat any
charging lithium battery (including SmartMotion) as
a potential fire risk (yes, this includes cellphones,
computers too). If charging your battery while it
is still docked into the bike simply make sure the
bike (includes charger) is not on or leaning against
a flammable surface. Same for charging battery
off the bike, make sure the battery and charger is
placed on a fire-rated surface (concrete floor, steel
bench or shelf, etc).
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7. Display Panel
7. Display Panel
Lights
When the lights are off the bike icon remains
black.
KM/H
Power Meter
Shows a scale of the amount of power your
bike is consuming
Speedometer
Large display of your speed.
Pedal Assist
Displays the pedal assist level. Depending
what country you are in, your throttle will have
different functionalities. In EU and Australasia,
It will work to 6kph unassisted, then only
function above that if you are pedaling. In
other countries it will be fully active whether
you are pedaling or not. If the bike is turned
on, always be careful when mounting the bike
that you do not twist the throttle, as the bike
can accelerate away from you and cause injury.
Note: your brake levers have sensors that will
automatically cut motor power when you use
the brakes and restore it when you release the
BMS
PAS
V
Power Output
The battery’s running voltage is displayed on the
screen. The voltage will drop while the battery is
under load (motor running).
Battery Indicator
ODO
KM
When the battery is full all five battery segments
show. When the battery is very low, no segments
will show and the outside edge of the battery
frame will flash.
Odometer
Displays the total distance the bike has
travelled.
brake levers.
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8. Display Panel Controls
Your display is easily controlled with 4 buttons located
SET
on your handlebars.
Power On/Off
Press
to start the display and power up the
bike.
To turn off, press and hold the ON/OFF for 3
seconds
Note: the display will power off after 5 minutes
without use.
Pedal Assist
Pedal Assist is controlled with the
buttons. Touch
to turn the assist up, and
touch
to turn it down.
The power ranges from 0~5. You will notice that
after one turn of the pedals the motor will start
working, assisting you to ride the bike by adding
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8. Display Panel Controls
power to the rear wheel. This is the standard or
pedelec mode. To continue using the pedelec mode
you must keep turning the pedals; if you stop the
motor will stop and the bike will slow to a halt. If
you start pedalling again after one turn the motor
will start again.
Depending what country you are in, your throttle
will have different functionalities. In EU and
Australasia, it will work to 6kph unassisted, then
only function above that if you are pedalling. In
other countries it will be fully active whether you
are pedalling or not. If the bike is turned on, always
be careful when mounting the bike that you do not
twist the throttle, as the bike can accelerate away
from you and cause injury. Note: your brake levers
have sensors that will automatically cut motor
power when you use the brakes and restore it when
you release the brake levers.
Turning Lights On/Off
With the display on, press
to turn on the
bicycle lights (and the lcd backlight). The light
symbol also shows on screen. Press
again to
turn off the bicycle lights.
Note: do not hold
as the display will turn off.
Information Display
Press SET to switch the display information. The
order is: Riding time, ODO,Trip
Set Operations
Hold SET for 3 seconds to enter setting interface.
Press (don’t hold) SET to scroll through menu
options.
Press
or
to adjust the parameters.
Hold SET for 1 second to save and quit.
Reset Trip Meter
Hold SET for 3 seconds to enter settings interface.
Choose option 1, click
to reset the trip meter.
Hold SET for 1 second to save and exit.
Walk Mode
Press and hold down
for 2 seconds to enter
into the mode of power assist walk. The bike will go
on at a uniform speed of 6km/h and display 6km on
the screen.
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8. Display Panel Controls
Wheel Size
Select the suitable value to ensure the accuracy of
display about speed and mileage.
KPH and MPH
Select MPH or KMH for the speed and mileage,
display will be the currently selected units display.
Press
or
to select parameter, hold SET for
1 second to save and exit.
USB Output Charging
Hold
and SET for 2 seconds and the USB
symbol lights to detail that the user can now charge
phone, etc, via the USB output port which is on the
underside of the lcd, under a rubber waterproof
plug. Make sure the plug is reinstalled after
charging.
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9. Frame lock and Seatpost
Error Code Display
If there is something wrong with the electronic
control system, the display will show the error code
automatically (see below for codes). Should you
receive an error code, contact your local dealer for
advice.
【33】CURRENT ABNORMAL
【34】THROTTLE ABNORMAL
【35】MOTOR ABNORMAL
【36】HALL ABNORMAL
【37】TEMPERATURE ABNORMAL
【38】CONTROLLER COMMUNICATION ERROR
【39】LOW VOLTAGE
【09】COMMUNICATION DISPLAY RECEIVING ERROR
Before contacting service center check all plugs for
loose connections.
Suspension Seatpost
The SmartMotion comes with a suspension
seatpost. For optimum performance you need
to set the preload so when your weight is fully
on the seat the spring is depressed about 3040%. Test the travel, then, if you need to adjust,
remove the seatpost and, with a 5mm allen key,
screw the shock up into the seatpost to increase
spring pressure, or back down to reduce it.
Your dealer can also set this up for you.
The bike has been fitted with a quick release
seatpost collar to facilitate changing the riding
position.
It is important that the nut on the collar is
tightened so the post will not move in the bike
frame.
Make this adjustment with the quick release
lever in the open position.
Adjust the seat to the correct height and close
the lever. When you sit on the saddle there
should be no vertical movement at all in the
seat post below the suspension.
Frame Lock
The SmartMotion eUrban has been upgraded with
an integrated frame lock. Your new bike will come
with a set of keys for the battery lock and a set
of keys for the frame lock. Make sure you keep a
master key from each in a safe place so you can
always get more copies made.
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10. Battery Instructions
Charging your Battery
You can charge the battery on or off the bike. The
charge terminal is on the front of the battery. Plug
the charger into the wall and switch on. Turn on
the battery then lift the rubber cap and plug in
your charger. The charge light on the charger will
show red, and turn green when the battery is fully
charged.
Plugging a live charger into the battery while it is
turned off can create a spark.
Note: be careful to properly reinstall the rubber cap
before re-using your bike.
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10. Battery Instructions
Battery Removal
To remove the battery, insert the key into the lock
on the front left side of battery rack and turn the
key, then pull the battery (using the underside
finger groove) to slide it out the back of the rack.
Note: the lock is not automatic, so key is required to
reload the battery… simply slide it back in until it
locks, making sure you are correctly on the slide rail
first.
Power On/Off
On the centre rear of the battery is the power on/off
button. When pushed in, the led inside the button
will light, indicating the battery output power is
live. It is good practice to turn the battery off when
leaving your bike (press the button so it clicks out,
and the red led fades). This also makes your bike
safer as cannot be turned on from the handlebar
console.
Note: if you leave the battery on, but do not use the
bike, it will enter sleep mode after several hours and
power down (red light will go out). To reactivate the
battery, push the button to ‘click it out’, then push
again to click it back in again, and the led will light
up, indicating the battery is live again. Note: when
charging the battery off the bike, always turn the
power off before redocking to the bike (if battery
power is on there will be a spark as the terminal
reconnects to the bike, which causes damage to the
battery socket and reduces conductivity).
Connections
All ebike components (throttle, brake sensors,
controller, etc) on the SmartMotion bikes have
isolating marine-rated plugs, so, should you
damage a component, replacement is easy. Take
the bike to your local dealer and they will order a
replacement pair
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10. Battery Instructions
11. Warranty
Warranty
USB Charging Port
The SmartMotion battery has been updated with
a USB 2.0 charging port. Use this to charge your
phones and other USB devices. It has a 1.0 amp
max output. Important: the rubber cap for the USB
2.0 terminal MUST be properly reinstalled after
USB charging, otherwise moisture can get inside
the battery and damage the inner components.
Warranty is void if evidence of water ingress via
USB port is present.
Capacity
You can check the capacity of your battery by
pushing the capacity button on the top rear of the
battery.
Precondition: The power button was already turned
on ( Red LED was lit as the picture shows ).
Your SmartMotion bike is covered by the following
extensive Warranty
Battery
2 years (warranted to still supply at least 60% of rated
capacity after 2 years)
Motor
2 years
Frame
6 years (frame structural integrity – not including general wear and tear)
Other Components
1 year (not including consumables; cables, tyres, handgrips)
Only use genuine replacement parts available through
your local dealer.
Exceptions to Warranty
1. Damage resulting from misuse, not maintaining the
bicycle, or not following the guidelines within this user
guide. Accidental or deliberate damage.
2. Failure to meet the six-monthly service schedule.
3. Damage due to private repair or alteration by user or
Important: Though the risk of battery fire with
charging Samsung or Panasonic 18650 cells is
considerably lower than cheaper, unbranded cells
(online data suggests about one in 40 million for
the cells we use - i.e., you are more likely to get
struck by lightening), it is still possible. Treat any
charging lithium battery (including SmartMotion) as
a potential fire risk (yes, this includes cellphones,
computers too). If charging your battery while it
is still docked into the bike simply make sure the
bike (includes charger) is not on or leaning against
a flammable surface. Same for charging battery
off the bike, make sure the battery and charger is
placed on a fire-rated surface (concrete floor, steel
bench or shelf, etc).
unauthorized service centre.
4. Failure to produce invoice or proof of purchase.
5. Failure to meet the six-monthly/1000km service
schedule.
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12. Service Checklist
Check for damage
13. Service Record
Adjust and Tension
Frame & Fork
Spokes*
Rims
Gears
Cables & connections
Seat
Reflectors & Lights
Handlebars, Stem, Grips
Lubricate
Chain
Derailleur
Seatpost
Dealer:
Serial Numbers:
Purchase Date:
6 Weeks/200km
Date:
12 Months
Date:
Shop:
Shop:
Mechanic:
Mechanic:
Brakes
Cranks & Bottom Bracket
Wheel Axles
6 Months
Date:
All Fasteners
Shop:
Shop:
Mechanic:
Mechanic:
*Spokes to be tensioned to 130Nm
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Model:
24 Months
Date:
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