Manual - Scootix

Manual - Scootix
Manual
SPEED3000
Useful Information
About your scooter:
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
Registration Number:
Date of Registration:
Name of Selling Dealer:
Contact Number of Selling Dealer:
Please take time to read this manual
thoroughly before you take to the road.
This owners manual instructs you in how
to operate, inspect and maintain your
electric scooter, as well as giving you tips
on how to keep your scooter in the best
possible condition.
Congratulations on your purchase of your new
electric scooter.
Not only will you have great fun, you have chosen
an environmentally friendly way of travelling
around.
If you have any further questions that you cannot
find the answer to here, please do not hesitate to
contact your dealer.
Ride safely and always wear your helmet, gloves
and protective clothing.
Failure to completely observe these instructions could result in serious personal
injury or damage to the scooter.
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Important Notice
Please read this manual and follow the instructions carefully.
Signal words such as “Warning”, “Caution” and
“Note” have special meanings.
WARNING
Warning indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
CAUTION
Caution indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, could result in
minor or moderate injury or property damage.
NOTE
Note gives information to assist maintenance and
instructions.
Contents
Useful Information���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2
Contents������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 3
General Instructions Before Riding�������������������������������������������������� 4
Parts List������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 5
Assembly Instructions, �������������������������������������������������������������������� 6
Technical Specifications������������������������������������������������������������������� 6
Overview Dash Board���������������������������������������������������������������������� 7
Ignition Key Position������������������������������������������������������������������������� 7
Left and Right Handle Bar Controls������������������������������������������������� 8
Accelerating and Braking����������������������������������������������������������������� 9
Battery Gauge and Charging Instructions�������������������������������������� 10
Frequently Asked Questions���������������������������������������������������������� 11
Warranty, Contact, Maintenance ��������������������������������������������������� 12
Maintenance Schedule ������������������������������������������������������������������ 13
Special Maintenance Warning Signals ������������������������������������������ 14
Troubleshooting����������������������������������������������������������������������������� 15
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General Instructions Before Riding
1. T
o ensure the vehicle is functioning correctly,
do a quick check of the vehicle’s tires and
check that the brakes are working. (For more
detailed maintenance instructions see the
Maintenance Schedule). Your vehicle has
been thoroughly checked by our engineers
before delivery but on the spot checks are
equally important.
2. W
hen the key is inserted and turned to the
„ON“ position, the power indicator will illuminate. If current drain is over 60A, the power
will be automatically cut off to avoid overheating. Wait for one minute and then press
the red button (see pg.7) to restart the vehicle.
3. T
o avoid unplanned acceleration, always turn
the key to the “OFF” position before dismounting or leaving the bike unattended.
SAFETY NOTICE: Be sure that you
are seated on the bike and stands
are clear of the floor before touching the
throttle handle. If you twist the throttle before you are ready to go or while you are
mounting the bike it may run away from
you and could lead to an accident.
Point Inspection before every use
Item
Action
Front Brake
Squeeze right hand brake
and push the vehicle to see
whether it rolls easily. If it
does, then the brake must be
tightened. Tighten the bolt until
the vehicle will no longer move
with the brakes applied.
Rear Power/Disc
Brake
Listen for any noticeable
grinding or squealing from the
tires while the brake is applied.
If so, contact the supplier.
Brake Fluid
Check fluid gauge on the left
handlebar to ensure that the
brake fluid is above the indicated level. If not, top it up with a
good brand of brake fluid.
Electric Switch
Handle
Turn Throttle counter clockwise then release; the Throttle
should spring back to stop
position. If not, contact your
supplier.
Tires
Check the tire pressure is 36
PSI
Controller/ Motor
Check the usage and condition
4. T
his vehicle may be ridden in wet conditions,
but be sure to avoid soaking it during cleaning
to avoid damaging any of the electric components.
Battery
Check the power level by
looking at the gauge or with a
voltage meter (26V-12V).
Signal
Check to make sure your lights
are working.
5. T
he vehicle should not be left in strong, direct
sunlight for long periods as some of the electric components may overheat.
Nuts and Bolts
Check to make sure that all
nuts and bolts are tightened
and secured.
6. M
otorcyclists must abide by the same traffic
rules and regulations as other motorists. Before taking your motorcycle on a public road,
be familiar with traffic rules and regulations
and any special requirements for motorcycles.
7. N
ever drink and ride. Alcohol slows reflexes
and greatly limits your ability to operate a motorcycle. Even a very small amount of alcohol
will reduce your ability to operate a motorcycle
safely.
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Important Notes
1. R
egularly perform a routine maintenance
check. Doing so will help protect yourself and
your vehicle.
2. ‌If any parts are damaged, whether normal
or abnormal, please check with the supplier
before riding.
Parts List
A. Horn
B. Throttle and Front Brake Handle
C. Rear view mirror
D. Head Lamp
E. Dash Board
F. Odometer (Kilometre / Milage)
G. Key set
H. Storage box
I. Tail Lamp
J. Front Disk Brake
K. Rear disc Brake
L. Turning Signal Lamp
M. Front Shock Absorber
N. Centre Stand
O. Kick Stand (this automatically cuts off the
power so the bike will remain stationary)
P. Front Mud Guard
Q. Rear hub motor
R. Front Wheel
S. Controller
T. Charging Plug
U. V. W.
X. Y. Anti-overheat circuit breaker
Battery Box
DC / DC Voltage converter
Bike lift/Rear B x shelf
Diagnosis
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Assembly Instructions,
Technical Specifications
Installing the mirrors
1. Mirrors can be easily fixed to the handlebars between the grips and the brake handle.
2. S
crew in the mirror clockwise. The mirror that goes on the left controller is curved to the left and the
mirror that goes on the right controller curves to the right.
3. Secure mirror by tightening the bolt.
4. C
lean and adjust both mirrors before you ride. Adjust each mirror so you can see the lane behind
you and as far as possible the lane next to you. When the mirror is properly adjusted you can see
the edge of your arm and shoulder.
Technical Specifications
Item
Specification
Motor
3500W Brushless Hub Motor
Battery
DC 60V, 40AH with LFP lithium batteries
Charger
10A,110V~250V/50 Hz ~60Hz ,with BMS
Charging Time
4 Hours
Life of Battery
1000-2000 Deep Cycles
Wheelbase
13 Inches
Torque
160Nm (100 ft-lb)
Top Speed
55 mph (88km/H)
Single Charge
40Mile (65km) at TOP speed, and 70Mile (112km) at 35km/H
Economical speed
Climbing Capacity
1: 3 Gradient for a 155 lb. (70kg) Rider
Maximum Weight Capacity
356lbs (200kg)
Tire
Front:4.00-13.00 Inch 6PR Rear:4.00-13.00 Inch 6PR, tubeless
tires
Gross Weight
120kgs with lithium battery
Net Weight
90kgs (not include battery)
Battery Weight
64lbs (29kgs)
Product Size
L 90” x W 30” x H58”
Brake System
Front and Rear Disc brake
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Overview Dash Board
Ignition Key Position
Battery Gauge
Key position
Description
Color
Description
ON
Green
While riding, when the battery is fully charged the gauge
light will be green
Key cannot be taken out
when power is ON
OFF
Key can be taken out when
power is OFF
Green 2nd
This light indicates that the
battery is 75% of full charge
Lock handle
bar
Yellow
When power is low (around
50%) the battery gauge will
turn to yellow.
Red
When the battery is discharged the motor will be automatically cut off. This means
that there is less than 25%
charge remaining. Switch to
“Economical speed” and find
the nearest charging point
asap
To prevent theft, turn the
Handle Bar to the far left and
turn the key into the lock position. The key can be taken
out when handle bar is in the
lock position.
Opening the
seat
Use the key in the slot on the
side of the
bike to release the locking
mechanism of the seat.
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Left and Right Handle Bar Controls
Left handle bar control
Right handle bar control
Headlight Switch
High Beam –
Push switch up
Low Beam –
Push switch down
High / Low Speed
Switch
Horizontal Switch
Left Turn Signal –
Slide switch to the left
Right Turn Signal – Slide
switch to the right
Turning off Signal –
Press central release
button
Economical speed
switch can ensure
longer range and
high speed switch
provides bigger AMP
for accelerating and
climbing.
Front Brake Lever
When brake handle
is compressed the
front wheel will slow
to a stop and power
will be cut off. Power
will flow once lever
has been released.
Throttle
Turn throttle counter
clockwise to increase
speed.
Parking Lights
The dashboard
lights, headlight, and
taillight will turn on
when the switch is in
the middle position.
Head Light
The dashboard
lights, headlight, and
taillight will turn on
when the switch is in
the left position.
Horn Button
Sounds Horn –
Push red button
Rear Brake Lever
When Brake Handle is
compressed the rear
wheel will slow to a stop
and power will be cut off.
Power will flow once
lever has been released.
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Accelerating and Braking
Throttle tips:
Braking tips:
1.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Turn the key to the ‘ON’ position, and turn
the throttle gradually to accelerate
To prevent losing control of the scooter,
please turn the throttle slowly until the
speed increases.
Do not turn the throttle until you are in the
position to drive.
To stop, release the throttle and apply the
front and rear brake simultaneously.
To move, release the brakes and turn the
throttle gradually.
The brushless motor makes a small electromagnetic noise when turning the throttle to
start. This is normal.
CAUTION
Never use the economy speed switch while
riding. The scooter must come to a complete
stop before the rider can use this switch. Using
this switch during riding will damage the motor
controller.
2.
3.
For safety, this scooter has a circuit brake
system. When the front and rear brake
is applied or the kick stand is down, the
controller will disable the circuit. Release all
the brakes and ensure the tail light is OFF
before accelerating again.
Less frequent, sudden braking will increase
the range.
Do not continually operate at full throttle.
Frequently releasing the throttle and running
with inertia will help to much increase your
range. This motor has good torque and the
inertia momentum is enough to run some
distances without electric power.
WARNING
For your safety and security, take the key
out when you are not riding.
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Battery Gauge and Charging Instructions
Battery Longevity
NOTE
The driver should, if possible, charge the
scooter after every trip as this will help the
battery’s life. The life of the Green saver
battery is 400 deep cycles (100% discharged),
but if you charge the battery every time or
when its capacity falls below 50%, the battery
life will be greatly increased. Therefore we
advise the rider to charge the bike as often as
possible.
Performance
Charging
The battery for this scooter is a sealed, maintenance free D/C battery.
CAUTION
A range of 57Miles (92km) has been recorded,
yet the distance and speed depend upon various
elements of the rider’s style and the road conditions. A 20mph constant speed will ensure the
longest range but our figures include going flat
out too. Other factors include weather, scooter
condition, and battery charge. Riders must be
cautious when riding on rough roads, in poor
weather, or when the battery charge is low.
The owner must use the factory-supplied
charger with an 230V outlet.
This scooter has a circuit brake system to protect
the scooter when the brake is applied;
Turn off all switches while charging the battery.
Plug one side to an 110V outlet and the other to
charging plug on the vehicle (located under the
seat- looks like a kettle socket).
After each trip, the driver should turn off the
scooter, take out the key and charge the battery.
This battery does not have memory (i.e. you do
not have to run it down completely to achieve a
good charge. On the contrary, regular charging
will lengthen the life of the battery) and can be
charged at any time in the cycle of the battery.
The average charging time is 8 hours (90%) for
the 2500W. To fully charge battery, charging time
will be 10 or 4 hours.
After charging, turn the ignition to the ‘On’ position and unplug the charger from both sides.
To keep the battery in good condition, charge it
after each use.
Please charge the battery fully once a month,
even when the vehicle has not been ridden.
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CAUTION
Always check the battery gauge while you are
riding and be sure that it does not get too low
too often.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is riding an electric scooter a comfortable
riding experience?
a. Riding an electric scooter is indescribably
more comfortable than riding a gasoline motor
scooter. The silence and the smoothness of a
direct drive electric-motor-powered scooter are
incomparable.
b. Quick accelerating---speed from 0 to 40mph
(65km/H) takes only 5 seconds
What about maintenance?
a. This scooter is designed for minimum maintenance. Considering the fact that this scooter
has no combustion engine, no transmission,
no belts, no chains, no fuel, no lubricants, no
ignition plugs, no carburettor, etc., the modular
designed components are practically maintenance free. The unique design of the direct drive
system and the total absence of belts or chains
make this scooter much easier to maintain than
other electric scooters. Practically any scooter
dealer can do most of the maintenance that may
be required. The brushless motor is precisely
that so there is never a need to change the
brushes.
What about parts, is it a problem getting parts
for this scooter?
a. All parts can be purchased directly from the
dealer including batteries, tyres, bulbs, seats
etc.
Can the electric scooter be cleaned or
washed with water without any concern?
a. Due to its waterproof wiring bundle and
Direct Current source and 60V system design,
there is no danger when the scooter gets wet.
b. However, one should be careful not to pour
water directly into the charger outlet, the controller and the internal battery set when washing or
cleaning.
Do you need to wear a helmet to drive the
electric scooter?
a. For safety reasons we always advise the use
of a helmet. However, local law dictates whether
or not riding scooter law obligates a helmet.
Is it easy to recharge the batteries?
a. Yes, it is very easy. The user just needs to
insert the input plug of the Battery Charger into
any regular wall outlet of AC230V and the output
plug into the inlet on the right rear side of the
scooter, which is clearlymarked. This will start
to recharge the batteries. Daily charge of the
battery will lengthen its life cycle.
How long will the batteries last, what is the
batteries life cycle?
a. The battery‘s life cycle will be reduced or
damaged if an insufficient charge level is retained for a long period of time. Depending on the
user‘s operation, between 400 (80% discharged)
and 1200 cycles (50%discharged). Normally
the batteries should last between two and three
years if the user charges it regularly.
How do I know what the batteries condition
and energy level are?
The display panel includes a battery indicator, which indicates the power level remaining.
I. FULL: First green light is on
II. 75% FULL:Second green light is on
III. 50% LEFT:Yellow light is on and you also
hear a Warning Beep (At this level, charging is
highly recommended).
IV. Low 25% LEFT: Red light is on (Immediate
charging is necessary).
Fully charged, what is the range of the electric scooter?
a. The Range is affected by the weight of rider, the
type of terrain and the speed at which the scooter
is driven. Under optimal conditions (push red button
and keep a steady 20mph rate speed), a range of
56 miles has been recorded on a single charge.
b. See the specification sheet for the full range and
speed of the models.
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Warranty, Contact, Maintenance
Warranty
Maintenance
This scooter comes with a two year unlimited mileage warranty. Our responsibility is to rectify any
failure that is attributable to poor manufacturer.
Defects caused by misuse or negligence are not
covered by the terms of the warranty.
This electric scooter represents a new generation of environmentally friendly two-wheeled
transportation. Therefore, good maintenance will
play a major role in keeping your scooter in good
working condition and prolonging the life of the
batteries.
Contact your National Distributor at:
Scootix
Ein Unternehmen der Promescon GmbH
Schosserstr. 8
72622 Nürtingen
info@scootix.de
►► To prevent rust always keep your scooter
dry and clean.
►► Regularly check the front and rear tyres,
suspension and body frame and all fasteners.
►► When riding in rain do not go through deep
puddles or muddy areas; excessive water
will cause the motor and other electrical
components to suffer undue harm.
►► To prevent rust from forming on the scooter,
avoid parking your scooter in high humidity
and corrosive areas. In winter, wash off the
road salt.
►► To avoid damage to the electrical parts of
this scooter, especially the controller, do
not park the scooter in direct sunlight or in
heavy rain.
►► Due to the complexity of the electronic
manufacture of this scooter, customers
should never attempt to take out any of the
parts, or attempt major maintenance without
consulting the dealer (this will invalidate the
warranty).
►► Never overload and ride the scooter for an
extended period of time, prolonged use
with excessive weight could cause serious
damage to the electronic and mechanical
parts.
►► Always check your scooter and perform necessary routine maintenance - tyres, brakes,
nuts and bolts
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Maintenance Schedule
Milage
400
1000
Battery
Charger
Tyre Pressures
Check
Check
Adjust
Brake Pad
Nuts and Bolts
Tighten
Milage
7000
8000
Battery
Check
Charger
Check
Tyre Pressures
3000
4000
5000
Check
Check
Check
6000
Check
Check
Check
Tyre Wear
Brake System
2000
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Adjust
Check
Adjust
Check
Adjust
Check
Check
Check
Tighten
Tighten
Tighten
9000
10000
11000
12000
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Tyre Wear
Check
Check
Check
Brake System
Check
Adjust
Check
Adjust
Check
Adjust
Brake Pad
Check
Check
Check
Nuts and Bolts
Tighten
Tighten
Tighten
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Special Maintenance Warning Signals
If the electric motorcycle is not working, check the diagnostic light (break
down lights) above the speedometer, the signals as follows:
1. F
irst flash 3 and after a pause flash 3 times again, problem with spring on thottle, it didn‘t come
back to position.
2. F
lash 1 times and after a pause flash 1 times again, problem with brake, check brake level or kick
stand released or not.
3. F
irst flash 1 times and after a pause flash 2 times again, problem with connection of throttle, maybe
broken or loose wire.
4. First flash 1 and after a pause flash 4 times again, problem with voltage, battery too low.
5. First flash 1 and after a pause flash 5 times again, battery too high voltage.
6. First flash 3 and after a pause flash 1 times again, problem with motor, overloaded.
7. First flash 0 and after a pause flash 3 times again, problem with motor, overloaded.
8. F
irst flash 0 and after a pause flash 2 times again, the battery overload ,can’t release enough
current to motor.
9. First flash 0 and after a pause flash 10 times again, motor thermal sensor problem.
10.First flash 2 and after a pause flash 3 times again, overheat protection, allow to cool.
11.First flash 3 and after a pause flash 2 times again, problem on controller current sensor. Restart
the key or repair controller.
12.First flash 2 and after a pause flash 1 times again, motor rotated hold back, release the motor.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Condition
Check
Solution
When I turn my
scooter on nothing
happens.
1. Power indicator light is off
while riding
1. Check the circuit
breaker under the
seat
1. Fasten connections
2. Indicating light
on motor is not
illuminated.
2. Check battery and
motor connection
2. Recharge battery
3. Assess weather for
humidity
3. Loosen connection and wipe
down with a damp rag and dry
and fasten again. Contact the
dealer.
4. Check regulator
4. If there is any corrosion
replace. Contact the dealer.
5. Check power connection and battery
level
5. Change or replace damaged
part. Contact the dealer.
1.Check the grip for
damage
1. Use a flat head screwdriver
to adjust the gap between the
rubber handle and the cover.
2. Check the throttle
spring
2. Readjust the Throttle spring
position.Contact the dealer.
3. The throttle handle
is loose
3. Lubricate the Throttle spring.
Contact the dealer.
1. Check the charger
plug position
1. Check by unplugging charger and plugging again
2. Check the fuse in
the charger box
2. Unplug the charger and
replace the fuse. Contact the
dealer to order a new charger
fuse/charger.
3. Charger has blown
a fuse
3. replace the charger fuse.
The fuse is located on the floorboard, unscrew the two screws
and open the fuse case, and
replacescooter. Contact the
dealer to order a new fuse.
4. A bad connection
exists between the
charger and the
battery
4. Unplug and pug in again.
Otherwise contact the dealer.
5. Check the tail lamp
5. Check the front and rear
brake and kick stands switch
The Throttle does
not work or switch
on, the scooter
moves without
acceleration.
The batteries do
not take a charge.
Ignition on and all
lights, horn on, but
throttle does not
work
The Throttle
does not return
to stop position
Charger light
is off
Brake cut off
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www.scootix.de
info@scootix.de
Scootix
Ein Unternehmen der Promescon GmbH
Schlosserstr. 8
D-72622 Nürtingen
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