48V Moped Scooter

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asked Aug 18, 2020 in 3D Segmentation by swpt_Wxty9Q9N (3,520 points)
HP-EC03, pedal assisted scooter, with CE approved, 18 inch aluminum alloy rims. This is one of the best selling models among all of electric scooter models. Let’s take a overview of this hot product:

1. 450W 18 inch brushless motor (black color)

2. 48V 12AH lead acid battery (12AH to 20AH lithium battery is optional)

3. Controller 48V 9 mosfet

4. Disc brake for front and rear

5. 18"x2.5 Kenda tire (without Chinese)

6. Pedal assisted and throttle drive

7. LED light for front and rear

8. Rear box is available

9. Max loading 120KGS

10. Gross weight: 61KGS

11. Packing size: 155x34x86cm (carton and foam)

12. Container capacity: 64pcs/20GP; 174pcs/40HQ

13. Alarm system: Yes

14. Rear number plate: Yes

The dramatic improvements in electric bicycle technologies and capabilities, as well as the rapid growth in the popularity of electric bicycles in recent years, have all made the prospects of owning and riding an electric bike particularly exciting. Whether they’re used by people looking for a low impact way to get back into shape, older cyclists seeking a more accessible way to enjoy leisurely bike rides, urban professionals attempting to simplify their daily commutes, environmentally conscious travelers hoping to decrease their emissions footprints, or anyone in between, it seems increasingly likely that "electric-assisted bicycles will change how people think about bikes."

Model No.    HP-EC03 electric scooter
Frame    Iron frame
Motor power    450W hub motor
Battery    48V 12AH lead acid battery
Driving mode    Throttle and PAS
Brake system    Disc brake for both
Front fork    Iorn
Handle bar    Iorn
Light    LED
Tire    18x2.5 inch kenda tire
Max speed    25km/h
Range    Approx 45km per charging
Max loading    120KGS
Charging time    4-8 hours
Load capacity    174pcs/40HQ
Colors    To order
MOQ    1 unit https://www.hangpaiebike.com/electric-scooter/48v-moped-scooter.html

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