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Instructions for Use
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    The Brose e-Bike System Instructions for Use ...
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    Instructions for Use of Brose e-Bike System Reference number: BDA_BeBS_MY2014_en_v1.0 2 ...
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    Table of contents Figures.................................................................................................................. 4 Quick Start Instructions......................................................................................... 6 Drive unit.............................................................................................................. 7 Display and control unit........................................................................................10 Battery pack........................................................................................................14 Battery charger....................................................................................................18 Troubleshooting....................................................................................................21 Your notes...........................................................................................................23 3 ...
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    Quick Start Instructions This section summarizes for you all the important information and instructions enabling you to use your Brose e-Bike System as quickly as possible. −− Fully charge the battery pack (26) (see „Charging the battery pack“ on page 19) −− Insert the battery pack (26) (see „[Fig. 10] Inserting/ removing the battery pack“ on page 15) −− Lock the battery pack key (29) (see Fig. 9 sowie „Locking/unlocking the battery pack key“ on page 15) −− Insert the display unit  (1) (see „[Fig. 2] Inserting the display unit“ on page 10) −− Activate the Brose e-Bike System using the LED button (28) on the battery pack (26) (see Fig. 9 and also „Switching on the Brose e-Bike System“ on page 11) →→The display unit (1) activates automatically −− Select the assist level using the control unit (16) (see Fig. 6 and also „Setting the assist level“ on page 12) −− The e-Bike is now ready to use. 6 ...
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    Drive unit Safety directions −− Please follow all safety directions and instructions found in both these Instructions for Use and in all other sets of instructions supplied with the e-Bike. →→Not following these safety directions and instructions can lead to electric shocks, fires and/or severe injuries. −− Keep these Instructions for Use safe for future reference. −− The term “battery pack” used in these Instructions for Use equally relates to downtube-mounted battery packs, rack-mounted battery packs and frame-integrated battery packs. −− Never open the drive unit. It is maintenance-free and may only be repaired by qualified experts using only original spare parts. →→This ensures the safety of the drive unit. All warranty claims are invalidated if the drive unit has been opened without authorization. −− All components forming part of the e-Bike System and parts fitted to the drive unit  (e.g. chain ring, mounting of chain ring, pedals) may be replaced only by compon ...
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    Familiarization −− Payload. Take the time to get used to your Brose e-Bike System before venturing into normal traffic conditions. Test the various assist levels until you feel confident in handling the system. Before setting off on long trips, gain experience of how different parameters and ambient conditions affect the range of your e-Bike. Careful handling of the Brose e-Bike System Motor setups The Brose e-Bike System supports various motor setups. The following tells you more about the characteristics of the different settings. Trekking: The Trekking profile ensures balanced and continual assistance for longer trips. City: The City profile ensures speedy movement in city traffic thanks to a progressive delivery of power when starting off. Mountainbike The Mountainbike profile provides direct and maximum delivery of force for trips in difficult terrain and for steep inclines. Assist level in % Motor Setup Cruise Tour Sport Trekking ...
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    For EU countries only: In line with the European Union directive 2012/19/EU, electrical appliances which are no longer serviceable must be collected separately and recycled in environment-friendly processes, and in line with directive 2006/66/EC the same applies for defective or used-up batteries. Please hand in battery packs (26) and display units (1) which are no longer serviceable to an authorized bicycle dealer. Specifications Drive unit Brose Material number C16162 Dimensions 213 x 150 x 128 mm Weight 3.400 g Rated voltage 36 V " Tightness IP56 Torque max. 90 Nm Continuous rated power 250 W Assistance up to 25 km/h Working temperature range -10 to 50°C 9 ...
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    Display and control unit Safety directions Item 13 5 Display of light mode −− Please follow all safety directions and instructions found in both these Instructions for Use and in all other sets of instructions supplied with the e-Bike. →→Not following these safety directions and instructions can lead to electric shocks, fires and/or severe injuries. −− Keep these Instructions for Use safe for future reference. −− The term “battery pack” used in these Instructions for Use equally relates to downtube-mounted battery packs, rack-mounted battery packs and frame-integrated battery packs. −− Remove the battery pack (26) from the e-Bike before working on it (e.g. when fitting, servicing or working on the chain etc.), transporting it or placing it in storage. →→There is a risk of injury if the e-Bike System is activated by mistake. −− The push-assist may only be used when the e-Bike is pushed. →→There is a risk of injury if the wheels of the e-Bike are not in conta ...
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    Operation Once the display unit  (1) is in place inside the mounting  (2), a battery pack  (26) with sufficient charge has been inserted into the e-Bike and the e-Bike System has been switched on, the display unit  (1) is supplied with power by the battery pack (26). N.B.: The display unit (1) does not have its own battery and so cannot be used or operated outside of its mounting (2). OR −− Press the LED button (28) on the battery pack (26) for a long time (< 3 seconds). →→This display unit (1), the drive unit and the battery pack (26) are completely switched off. N.B.: For reactivation after complete switch-off, the system must be restarted using the LED button (28) on the battery pack  (26)  (see „Switching battery pack on and off“ on page 16). [Fig. 5] Displays and settings N.B.: As soon as the battery pack  (26) is in “Active Mode”, the display unit (1) always remains switched on during cycling, even if the motor assist has been deactivated. Switching on the ...
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    The multifunctional panel  (15) presents the following information: →→Clock time →→Trip distance →→Trip calories →→Trip time →→Trip average speed →→Total kilometers →→Total time →→Pedal resistance Your Brose e-Bike System has three assist levels  (9). Their characteristics are set out in the following table: Description Off Cruise Changing over the measurement units Tour −− Switch off the display unit  (1) using the On/Off button (8) (press it briefly for < 2 s). −− Press the On/Off button (8) and the menu button (6) simultaneously for > 3 s until the software version of the display unit (1) appears in the multifunctional panel (15). →→All displayed units are changed over between “km” and “mi” and “km/h” and “mph” respectively. Sport Setting the clock time −− In the multifunctional panel  (15), change to the display of the clock time by pressing the menu button (6). −− Press the menu button (6) for > 2 s. →→The hour display flashes. −− Set the ...
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    → An “A” inside the light symbol  (14) comes on or goes out. [Fig. 7] Power supply via USB interface External devices can be supplied with power and charged using the Type A USB interface (22) integrated into the mounting (2). − Insert the display unit (1) into the mounting (2). − Open the cover cap (21) of the USB interface (22). − Use a suitable USB cable to make the connection between the USB interface (22) and the required end device. → If the connection is successful, the display “CHArG” briefly appears in the display unit (1). Maintenance & cleaning Keep all the components of your e-Bike clean, in particular the contacts of the battery pack (26) and its mounting (31). Clean them carefully with a soft and dry cloth. All components including the drive unit must not be dipped in water or cleaned using a high-pressure cleaner. For servicing or repairs to the e-Bike, please contact an authorized bicycle dealer. Specifications Display and control unit Brose Ma ...
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    Battery pack Safety directions −− Please follow all safety directions and instructions found in both these Instructions for Use and in all other sets of instructions supplied with the e-Bike. →→Not following these safety directions and instructions can lead to electric shocks, fires and/or severe injuries. Injury and/or damage are also possible as a result of dangerous reactions of chemical substances leaking out of the battery pack (26) due to a failure to follow the safety directions. −− Keep these Instructions for Use safe for future reference. −− The term “battery pack” used in these Instructions for Use equally relates to downtube-mounted battery packs, rack-mounted battery packs and frame-integrated battery packs. −− Remove the battery pack (26) from the e-bike before working on the latter  (e.g. when fitting, servicing or working on the chain etc.), transporting it, placing it in storage or not using it for a lengthy period. →→There is a risk of injury if the e- ...
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    Item Fig. Explanation 25 9/10 Battery pack 26 9 Charge level display 27 9 LED button 28 9 Integrated lock 29 9/11 Charging socket 30 10 Mounting rail Assembly [Fig. 10] Inserting/removing the battery pack The Brose e-Bike System can be combined with a large number of different battery pack variants. Fitting and removal of the battery pack (26) depend on the battery pack model used. Detailed information on this can be obtained from your bicycle dealer and the bicycle manufacturer. N.B.: Always switch off the battery pack (26) before inserting it into the mounting (31) or removing it from the latter. Locking/unlocking the battery pack key The different assembly variants of the battery pack (26) also entail different variants of the battery pack key (29). Detailed information on locking/unlocking the battery pack (26) can be obtained from your bicycle dealer and the bicycle manufacturer. Putting into service ...
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    button  (28) is pressed. Each LED here corresponds to about 20 % of capacity. When the battery pack (26) is fully charged, all five LEDs light up. The charge level of the switched-on battery pack (26) is also shown on the display in the display unit (1) (see „Battery charge and remaining range“ on page  11). If the capacity of the battery pack  (26) is below 10 %, the first LED of the charge level display (27) flashes. The battery pack (26) can be charged with and without the display unit  (1). Without the display unit  (1), the charging operation can only be tracked at the charge level display  (27) of the battery pack  (26). The display unit  (1) can be removed during charging or fitted only after the charging operation has started. The charge level is indicated by the charge level display (27) on the battery pack (26) and by the bar (13) on the display unit. During charging, the LEDs of the charge level display (27) on the battery pack (26) light up. Each steady LED ...
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    As the battery pack (26) gets older, its capacity will diminish even when it is looked after well. A considerably shorter operating time after charging indicates that the battery pack (26) is used up. You should then replace it. Recharging the battery pack during storage Check the charge level of the battery pack (26) after it has been in storage for around 3 months, and recharge it to about 60-79 % if necessary. Transport The battery pack  (26) may only be dispatched in packaging suitable for hazardous goods and provided with the necessary warning notices. If you have any questions about transport, please contact an authorized bicycle dealer. The dealer can also provide you with suitable transport packaging. Disposal The drive unit, display and control unit, battery pack (26), speed sensor  (25), accessories and packaging should be recycled in environment-friendly processes. Do not dispose of e-Bikes and their components as normal waste! For EU countries only: I ...
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    Battery charger Safety directions −− Please follow all safety directions and instructions found in both these Instructions for Use and in all other sets of instructions supplied with the e-Bike. →→Not following these safety directions and instructions can lead to electric shocks, fires and/or severe injuries. −− Keep these Instructions for Use safe for future reference. −− The term “battery pack“ used in these Instructions for Use equally relates to downtube-mounted battery packs, rack-mounted battery packs and frame-integrated battery packs. −− Never expose the battery charger (33) to heavy moisture (e.g. rain, snow etc.). →→If water gets into the battery charger (33), there is a risk of electric shock. −− Only charge the lithium-ion battery pack (26) supplied for your Brose e-Bike System. Battery voltage and charge voltage of the battery charger  (33) must match. →→Otherwise there is a risk of fire and explosion. −− Always keep the battery charger (33) clean. →→Fou ...
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    Operation Charging the battery pack − Charge the battery pack (26) only when all safety directions are followed. Charging the removed battery pack − Switch off the battery pack (26) (see „Switching battery pack on and off“ on page 16). − Remove the battery pack (26) from the mounting (31) on the e-Bike (see „[Fig. 10] Inserting/removing the battery pack“ on page 15). N.B.: Set down the battery pack (26) only on clean surfaces. Avoid in particular any fouling of the charging sockets (30) and of the contacts. − Insert the charging plug  (32) of the battery charger (33) into one of the two charging sockets (30) on the battery pack (26). → The charging operation begins. [Fig. 11] Charging the battery packs on the e-Bike − Disconnect the battery charger (33) from the mains. − Disconnect the battery pack  (26) from the battery charger (33). → This switches off the battery pack  (26) automatically. If the battery pack  (26) is not disconnected from the battery charger ( ...
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    Specifications The Brose e-Bike System can be combined with a large number of battery chargers (33). Detailed information on your model can be obtained from your bicycle dealer and the bicycle manufacturer. Battery charger 2 A Dimensions 140,0 x 70,0 x 40,0 mm Weight 475 g End-of-charge voltage 42 V " Rated output current 2 A Working temperature range -10 to 40°C Storage temperature range -20 to 70°C Battery charger 4 A 20 Dimensions 206,0 x 94,0 x 61,0 mm Weight 770 g End-of-charge voltage 42 V " Rated output current 4 A Working temperature range 0 to 45°C Storage temperature range -25 to 70°C ...
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    Troubleshooting If any problems occur during use of your Brose e-Bike System, first of all check them off against those listed in the table. This will enable you to solve the problem yourself in many cases. Symptom Possible cause Solution approach Display unit (1) and/or Brose e-Bike System Malfunction of battery pack  (26) despite full Press the LED button (28) to check whether cannot be activated. charge the battery pack can be switched on. The LEDs of the charge level display (27) on the battery pack (26) should come on. If this is not the case, there may be a defect in the battery pack (26). Battery pack  (26) not correctly snapped into Remove the battery pack  (26) again and mounting (31) then re-insert it. Ensure that it is seated correctly. Battery pack (26) not charged Complete a charging operation using the supplied battery charger (33). Contacts of battery pack (26) and/or of moun- Check that all contacts are clean. If ...
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    Error code Description Solution approach 30 Error in push-assist Switch off the system completely and then back on using the LED button (28) 40 Over-current detected in motor Reduce the load on the motor by pedaling less or by reducing the assist level. 41 Over-current detected in motor Reduce the load on the motor by pedaling less. 42 Fault in motor turning Switch off the system completely and then back on using the LED button (28) on the battery pack (26). If the problem persists, contact your e-Bike dealer. on the battery pack (26). If the problem persists, contact your e-Bike dealer. 43 Short-circuit in motor Switch off the system completely and then back on using the LED button (28) on the battery pack (26). If the problem persists, contact your e-Bike dealer. 44 Overheating of motor Reduce the load on the motor by pedaling less or by reducing the assist level. 45 The software has corrected an error du- Swit ...
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    Your notes 23 ...
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    Brose Antriebstechnik GmbH & Co. KG, Berlin Sickingenstr. 29-38 10553 Berlin +49 30 343498 100 +49 30 343498 122 ebike.berlin@brose.com www.brose-ebike.com ...



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