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Quantum vehicle user manual

Cong Nguyen
Quantum is an electric motorbike with many different features that have never been seen on similar models. Let's explore how to use it through the following article.

1. Information

The video introduces visual information on the Quantum vehicle

This manual provides the latest manufacturing information available at the time of publication.

Dat Bike reserves the right to make changes at any time without prior notice and without any responsibility.

1.1. Label placement is important

Read and understand all vehicle labels . These labels contain information that is important for you to operate your vehicle safely and properly.

Do not peel off any labels on the vehicle. If these labels are faded or peeling off, contact Dat Bike for a replacement.

(A) RFID card swipe location label

(B) Tire specification label

(C) Origin label of goods

A. RFID card swipe location label

B. Tire parameter label _

C. Label of origin of goods

1.2. Vehicle identification number

1.2.1. Frame number

(A) Frame number location

1.2.2. Engine number

The engine number is engraved on the top of the engine.

(A) Engine number position

1.3. Safety and environmental protection

DANGER

Your electric vehicle contains devices that operate at high voltages above 60V. This voltage level is dangerous and can cause injury upon contact with the body.

NOTE:

  • Do not equip any additional electrical or electronic equipment on the bike other than the genuine equipment already available from Dat Bike.
  • The motor and battery pack are designed to be waterproof (IP67), however, to ensure their longevity, limit operation in conditions where water exceeds the footrest.
  • Do not disassemble or repair the battery yourself, all warranty and repair issues related to the battery must be performed by Dat Bike.
  • Do not break or pierce the battery , this may short the internal circuit and cause a fire or explosion . dangerous . _
  • Comply with legal regulations when disposing of used batteries.

2. Vehicle features and operations

2.1. View from the driver's position

(A) Rearview mirror
(B) Left steering wheel assembly
(C) Multi-function display
(D) Right steering wheel assembly
(E) Rear brake lever
(F) Front storage compartment
(G) Hanger, load capacity: 1.5 kg
(H) RFID card swipe location
(I) Electric throttle
(J) Front brake lever

2.2. Left side view

(A) Left front turn signal light
(B) Navigation lights
(C) Headlight assembly
(D) Charging port cover
(E) Anti-tilt stand with integrated protection switch
(F) Rest the left hind leg
(G) Center stand
(H) Chain drive system
(I) Left rear turn signal light
(J) Rear light assembly

2.3. Right side view

(A) License plate light
(B) Right rear turn signal light
(C) Electronic control unit ECU
(D) Rest the right hind leg
(E) Electric motor
(F) Battery assembly below the footrest
(G) Right front turn signal light

2.4. Steering wheel assembly

(A) High beam/low beam/Passing light switch
(B) Horn switch
(C) Turn signal switch
(D) Front light on/off switch
(E) Switch to open the vehicle/open the saddle/change PDS mode/turn Cruise Control on and off

A. High beam/low beam/Passing light switch

 

B. Horn switch

C. Turn signal light switch

D. Light on/off switch

E. Multi-function switch

2.5 Display on multi-function screen

2.5.1. Display waiting to swipe RFID card

(A) Indicator to swipe the RFID card at the card swipe location.

2.5.2. Displayed after successfully opening the vehicle

(A) Left turn signal indicator

(B) Logo indicator and timer

(C) Right turn signal indicator

(D) Indicates Cruise Control is active

(E) Instantaneous velocity indication

(F) System error warning

(G) P or D or S mode indication

(H) Battery capacity indicator

(I) Distance traveled (ODO) or distance traveled from turning on the vehicle (TRIP

(J) Battery temperature indicator

(K) Engine temperature indicator

(L) ECU temperature indicator

(M) Indicator for connecting to smart phone

(N) Indicates the vehicle's output current when operating or the vehicle's input current when charging

(O) High beam indicator

2.6 Turn the vehicle on and off

2.6.1. Turn the car on and off with an RFID card

A. Open the car with RFID card

Video instructions for using RFID cards and Dat Bike App

Each Quantum vehicle comes with 2 RFID tags by default.

In case you lose your card, you need to contact Dat Bike to be provided with a new card. The procedure below describes opening a vehicle using an RFID tag.

  1. Press the multi-function switch when the vehicle is turned off.
  2. The multi-function screen displays the card swipe waiting mode for about 10 seconds waiting for the card to be swiped (the screen will turn off after 10 seconds if the card signal is not received).
  3. Place the RFID card in the swiping position on the vehicle for about 5 seconds (do not swipe the card too quickly because the vehicle needs time to recognize the card).
  4. The multi-function screen displays the open mode after successfully swiping the card.

B. Turn off the car with RFID card

Place the RFID card in the card swipe position on the vehicle to turn off the vehicle.

2.6.2. Turn off the car without an RFID card

To turn off the vehicle in case the RFID tag is not needed, follow the procedure below.

  1. Squeeze and hold the left or right brake
  1. Turn on the left turn signal light switch , then turn the right turn signal light switch on
  2. The car turns off completely.

Note:

This function operates when the vehicle stops completely and the speed reaches 0 km/h.

2.6.3. Open the bike using Dat Bike App

A. Connect the Dat Bike application to the vehicle

Follow the process below to connect the app to the vehicle.

  1. Observe the car's multi-function screen before connecting to the application to see if it is on or off.
  2. Go to the Dat Bike app, select "CONNECT" and the app will display nearby Quantum bikes.
  3. Select the vehicle whose chassis number is your vehicle.
  4. Enter your password
  5. Select "Send" to proceed with the connection.
  6. Place the RFID card horizontally with the reader at the card swipe position. At this time, the multi-function screen will change state (when it was initially off, it will switch to on, and vice versa, when it was initially on, it will switch to off).
  7. Once connected successfully, vehicle information will be updated on the application.

(A) Time clock
(B) Indicator for connecting to smart phone

B. How to open the car using the mobile application

Once the phone is connected to the car and within Bluetooth range, if you want to turn on the car, just press the multi-function switch.

Note:

  • In some cases, it may be due to some changes or new updates of the Firmware that lead to incompatibility with the previous connection on the phone, then the application will encounter a Bluetooth error and the application will lose connection. connected to the vehicle. At this point, you need to delete your car's connection in the phone's Bluetooth settings and then restart Bluetooth plus open the location and reconnect the app to the car.
  • When multiple people use the same vehicle, each person can download the Dat Bike application and connect to the vehicle. However, at the same time, only one phone is connected to the car.
  • To set up for someone else to use the car, perform the same operation as connecting the application to the car for the first time. You and other people using the car can enter different passwords, but you need to disable Bluetooh or cancel connection to the car before allowing others to connect.

2.7 Electric throttle

 

Turning the electric throttle in direction (A) will supply energy to the electric motor to move the vehicle forward when the vehicle is in D or S mode and backward when the vehicle is in R mode. Energy supplied to the electric motor is proportional proportional to the angle of turning the electric throttle (the electric throttle has a built-in initial delay to prevent the throttle from being too sensitive, causing danger to the user, increasing vehicle safety).

Turn the electric throttle in direction (B) to reduce power to the electric motor. The electric throttle is released to its original state, the engine will not consume energy, at that time the vehicle continues to slow down due to inertia and the effect of
of the engine brake.

2.8 Handbrake

Quantum is equipped with a handbrake like other two-wheeled vehicles. When using the handbrake, the engine will automatically shut off to ensure safety. When you want to continue moving, just release the handbrake completely and turn the throttle back on.

2.9 Engine brake

The engine brake on the Quantum is integrated into the electric throttle. The grip of the engine brake is proportional to the angle of releasing the electric throttle (the more you release the throttle, the stronger the vehicle grips).
This special feature also helps recharge the battery each time you release the gas (about 10%) to help increase travel distance. In addition, the lifespan of the vehicle's brake pads is also increased because they are used less.

Engine braking only works when the vehicle is in D and S modes.

2.10 Outriggers

(A) Anti-tilt stand with built-in protection switch

(B) Center stand

A. Anti-tilt leg with integrated protection switch

The anti-tilt stand is located on the left side of the vehicle. Use your feet to raise or lower the tilt stand when the vehicle is in an upright position.

The anti-tilt stand is integrated with an electrical protection switch to increase safety when the user operates the vehicle.

Note:

  • When the vehicle is opened and stopped in P mode, if the tilt stand is not raised, the vehicle will not be able to switch to D or S or R mode. To be able to switch to D or S or R mode, the user You need to keep your feet from tilting up
  • When the vehicle is operating in D or S or R mode, if the tilt stand is lowered, the vehicle will switch to P mode, at which point the vehicle will temporarily stop the controller and will not supply power to the throttle and speed. of the vehicle will gradually decrease to 0 km/h.

B. Middle stand

The middle stand is located in the middle of the vehicle, supporting vehicle maintenance, storage and repair.

Use your foot to step on the lever arm of the middle stand, and at the same time use your hand to hold the rear handle to pull the bike up to stand on the middle stand.

2.11 . Parking-driving-driving mode Super-rear assist (PDSR)

Video instructions on how to operate the vehicle and switch driving modes

Refer to point E, section 2.4 for the switching operation between PDSR modes described in this section.

Your Quantum vehicle has 4 different operating modes:

  • Safe mode: Parking P stop mode.
  • Driving mode: Driving D and Super S running modes.
  • Support mode: Rear R vehicle support mode.

Stop mode P is the default mode of the vehicle after successfully opening the vehicle.

The car will automatically save the previous driving mode when you turn off the car. For example, when you are operating in S driving mode and you

Turn off the car, then turn it on again, the car will enter the default stop mode P and after pressing the multi-function switch then the vehicle will re-enter driving mode S. This is the same as driving mode D.

(A) Vehicle mode indicator

A. Parking P mode

This mode is the vehicle's default after being turned on. In this safe mode, the vehicle is de-energized with the electric throttle, so the vehicle does not run even when the throttle is turned.

Features can be performed in this mode .

  • Open the saddle.
  • Switch mode from stop to Driving or Super, from P to D or to S.
  • Switch mode from stop to support, from P to R.

Note:

  • This mode will be activated if the vehicle is operating in D or S or R mode but with the tilt stand down.

B. Driving mode D

In this driving mode, the vehicle's throttle power is set to the default level.

Features that can be performed in this mode :

  • Activate Cruise Control.
  • Switch mode from Driving to stop, from D to P.
  • Switch mode from Driving to Super, from D to S.
  • Switch mode from Driving to supporting driving, from D to R.

C. Super S mode

In this driving mode, the vehicle responds to the throttle faster and more sensitively to increase flexibility and driving experience.

Features that can be performed in this mode :

  • Activate Cruise Control.
  • Switch mode from Super to stop, from S to P.
  • Switch mode from Super to Driving, from S to D.
  • Switch mode from Super to support driving, from S to R.

C. R vehicle support mode

In this support mode, the vehicle can reverse the engine's rotation direction and move backwards. This mode can only be activated when the vehicle speed is less than 5 km/h.

Features available in this mode:

  • Switch mode from supporting driving to Driving, from R to D.
  • Change the mode from supporting the vehicle to stop, from R to P.

2.12 Cruise Control

Refer to point E, section 2.4 for the operation to activate and deactivate Cruise Control.

Cruise Control or automatic throttle hold. This feature automatically controls and maintains a stable vehicle speed set by the driver. This feature makes the driver more comfortable when traveling on long journeys, because when activating Cruise Control, you do not need to turn the throttle but the car can still maintain a certain speed.

This feature is activated by pressing and holding the multi-function switch for 1 second, when the vehicle is running in D or S mode and the speed is greater than 15 km/h.

This feature is turned off if the left or right brake is pressed or the multi- function switch is pressed.

(A) Cruise Control indicator is active

2.13 Change background color for multi-function screen

The LCD of the multi-function display can be switched to bright or dark mode depending on the user 's needs .

Perform the operations below to enable this feature:

  1. Set the light switch to low beam mode.
  2. Press and hold the Passing light switch for 1 second. Then flash the passing light twice.
  3. At this time, the multi-function watch will change the background (if it is in dark background mode with color, switch to monochrome black and white and vice versa).
  4. If you want to return to the background mode before switching, repeat the above steps after 10 seconds from the last background color change.

2.14 Anti-theft alarm system

Video tutorial on the anti-theft feature on Quantum

Anti-theft alarm system helps reduce the risk of vehicle theft. When the anti-theft alarm system is activated, the sensor detects movement/kick/turn signal opening, the siren will sound and the front and rear turn signals will flash continuously until the vehicle stops. and stand still in place.

To activate the anti-theft alarm system, follow the steps below:

  1. Connect App Dat Bike and vehicle.
  2. Turn off the bike (can be with App Dat Bike or RFID card).
  3. Press the "Vehicle Lock" button to activate the anti-theft alarm system (front and rear turn signals will flash to signal successful activation).

To turn off the anti-theft alarm system, you can do it in one of two ways:

  1. Tap the "Unlock" symbol on the Dat Bike app (the front and rear turn signals will flash to signal successful deactivation).
  2. Open the bike (with magnetic card or use Dat Bike application)

Note:
When the vehicle is in an open state, the anti-theft alarm feature cannot be used.

Indicates the status of deactivation and activation of the anti-theft alarm system

2.15 Vehicle location determination system

Video tutorial on the bike locating feature on Quantum

This is a system that helps find the vehicle's location. When activating the "Find a vehicle" mode on the Dat Bike App, the front and rear turn signals will turn on, and the vehicle will automatically emit a warning sound.

To activate the vehicle positioning system on App Dat Bike, follow the steps below:

  1. Connect App Dat Bike and vehicle.
  2. Turn off the bike (can be with App Dat Bike or RFID card).
  3. Click on the "Find a bike" sign on the Dat Bike app (at this time the "Find a bike" sign on the Dat Bike app will display in green to show that you are looking for a bike and the horn will sound).

To deactivate the vehicle navigation system, you can do it in one of two ways:

  1. Click on the "Find a bike" sign on the Dat Bike app (at this time the "Find a bike" sign on the Dat Bike app will hide and the horn will stop sounding).
  2. Open the bike (with magnetic card or using App Dat Bike).

Note:
When the vehicle is in an open state, the vehicle location determination feature cannot be used.

Indicates the status of activating and deactivating the vehicle's position determination system

2.17 Battery lock system

The battery lock system helps protect the battery, minimizing battery waste if there is no need to use the vehicle for a long time.

To activate the battery lock system, follow the steps below:

  1. Connect App Dat Bike and vehicle.
  2. Click "Change" , then in the "Turn off battery" section, click "Turn off" (after turning off the battery, you will not be able to turn on the car again).

To reopen the battery, do the following:

1. Plug in the battery and charge it for about 2 minutes (to know if the battery is open or not, press the multi-function button, the card swipe waiting screen will appear, this means the battery has been opened).

Note:
Recommended 80% - 90% battery is the best level you can turn off the battery. From the time the battery is turned off, you should open the battery and check the vehicle every 2 weeks to ensure the vehicle's operation is in the best condition.

From the main screen Click on "Change", then click "Off" in the Turn off battery section

2.17 Charge the vehicle

2.17.1 Charging port

(A) Charging port location below the cover

 

2.17.2. Charger included with the car

Currently, there are two versions of the charging port on the circulating Quantum bikes as shown in the image below.

Actual images of the two types of chargers currently in use on the Quantum bikes.

(A) DC power output

(B) Charger body

(C) AC power input

(D) Charging status indicator light: yellow - power indicator (Batch 1 chargers do not have yellow lights), flashing red - charging, green - fully charged

The charger supplied with the vehicle consumes a maximum power of about 2000W from an AC 220V/50Hz power source.

To ensure safety, you should only use a guaranteed power outlet for the charger that comes with the car, do not plug the charger into a power outlet shared with other electrical devices.

2.17.3. How to charge electricity

Video instructions for charging properly

The maximum temperature that allows the electric battery to be charged is 65°C. If the temperature inside the battery exceeds that level, the battery will refuse to charge until the temperature is lowered.

The electric battery refuses to charge as a self-protection feature intended to prolong its life. Charging at high temperatures will shorten battery life.

The temperature in the electric battery can be higher than 65°C when the vehicle is operating under heavy load conditions or continuously climbing hills.

DANGER
Only charge using the charger provided with the bike by Dat Bike. Using the wrong charger may cause battery damage or a fire or explosion.

DANGER
The voltage when charging is greater than 60V. This voltage level is dangerous and can cause injury upon contact with the body.

Note:

  • Improper charging can cause electric shock or fire, which is life-threatening.
  • The charger included with the vehicle is for indoor use only.
  • Only charge the vehicle in a dry place to avoid electric shock .
  • Do not arbitrarily open or use abbreviations .
  • When your charger is not working properly or is damaged, contact Dat Bike immediately for support.

The vehicle charging process is described below.

  1. Press the left side of the charging port cover to open the cover.
  2. Open the hinge cover of the charging port.
  3. Check and make sure the charging port is dry.
  4. Connect the charger's AC input to an electrical outlet.
  5. Connect the charger's DC output to the vehicle's charging port.
  6. Check the charging status indicator light to ensure the vehicle is being charged.
  7. After finishing charging, close the hinge cover and charging port cover.

Note:

  • Maintaining the capacity between 20% and 80% is better for the life of the electric battery. Don't hesitate to charge the battery as soon as possible.
  • At least once a week, fully charge the battery to 100%, unplug the charger and then leave the car overnight. This helps stabilize the battery, ensure performance and increase battery life.

3. Periodic maintenance and adjustment

3.1. Information and maintenance schedule

3.1.1. Note maintenance

Annual inspections should be conducted annually.
From 20000 km onwards, repeat the maintenance check for every subsequent 4000 km. Maintenance checks should be performed by Dat Bike.

3.1.2. General maintenance table

3.2. Tire

Tires should be checked before operating the vehicle. If the tire is too worn or cracked, contact Dat Bike immediately to replace it.

3.2.1. Tire pressure

You should check and, if necessary, adjust tire pressure before operating the vehicle.

DANGER

  • Riding on tires that are excessively worn or improperly inflated can cause an accident in which you are seriously injured or die.
  • Never operate an overloaded vehicle, driving an overloaded vehicle can cause unsafety and affect the quality of the vehicle.

Cold tire pressure

  • Operator only: 310 kPa (45 psi)
  • Driver and rear passenger: 310 kPa (45 psi)

Maximum load

  • 130 kg (287 lbs)
  • Total mass of driver, passenger, luggage and accessories.

3.2.2. Tire specifications

Quantum vehicles are equipped with non-tattooed tires on the front and rear wheels.
Front tire

  • Size: 90/80-16 M/C 54P TL 8PR
  • Manufacturer: Casumina/ CA143A

Rear tire

  • Size: 110/70-16 M/C 61P TL 8PR
  • Manufacturer: Casumina/ CA143A

3.3. Check brake fluid level

Before driving, check that the brake fluid level is above the lowest level mark. Add oil if necessary.

3.3.1. Front brake and rear brake

(A) Lowest level mark

Specified brake fluid
DOT 3 or DOT 4

 DANGER

Improper maintenance can cause loss of brake function, causing danger. Watch out for the following problems.

  • Insufficient brake fluid can cause air to enter the system, causing loss of braking power.
  • Clean the oil tank cover before disassembling it. Use correct DOT 3 or DOT 4 oil from a tightly closed oil tank.
  • Must use the correct type of brake fluid as specified, otherwise the rubber will age, causing leaks.
  • Apply new oil of the same type as the old oil. Adding oil other than DOT 3 or DOT 4 may cause a hazardous chemical reaction.
  • Make sure that water does not enter the oil tank during the oiling process. Water will lower the boiling point of the liquid and cause vapor lock in the system.

Note:

  • Brake fluid can damage painted surfaces or plastic parts. Spilled oil should always be cleaned up immediately.

3.3.2. Replace brake fluid

Bring your vehicle to Dat Bike to replace the brake fluid at the maintenance intervals specified in the general maintenance table (section 3.1.2) . The brake piston oil seals and brake hoses should also be replaced at the specified times or whenever damaged or leaking.

  • Brake system oil seal: Replace every two years.
  • Brake hoses: Replace every four years.

3.4. Drive chain

Before driving, check the chain slack and adjust the slack if necessary.

3.4.1. To check chain slack

1. Stand the vehicle on the center stand.
2. Measure the chain slack as shown.

Standard slack
A = 20.0 - 30.0 mm (0.79 - 1.18 in)

3.4.2. Clean and lubricate the chain

To ensure durability, the chain needs to be cleaned and lubricated at the times specified in the general maintenance table (section 3.1.2) , otherwise it will wear out quickly, especially when operating the vehicle in dusty areas. , wet.

Basic cleaning method for chains:

1. Remove mud and dirt from the chain with a cloth or brush.
2. Spray specialized chain cleaning solution on the entire chain.
3. Use a towel or brush to continue cleaning the chain.
4. Clean or rinse the chain.
5. Spray chain-specific lubricant solution on the entire chain.

3.5. Front wheel

3.5.1. Remove the front wheel

Video instructions for removing and assembling front and rear wheels on Quantum vehicles

DANGER

Please hold the vehicle securely so there is no risk of the vehicle falling over.

  1. Stand the vehicle on the center stand.
  2. Disassemble the front wheel axle mounting bracket.
  3. Pull the axle out, and then disassemble the front wheel (note: Do not squeeze the front brake after removing the front wheel and disc, otherwise the brake pads will be clamped).

3.5.2. Install the front wheel

1. Put the wheel in position between the two shock absorber tubes.
2. Install two soup pieces on both sides.
3. Thread the front wheel axle and install the axle canopy.
4. Tighten the shaft cover to the specified torque of 60Nm.
Tip: When tightening the shaft cover, hold the shaft end with a wrench to prevent rotation.
5. When reinstalling the front wheel, squeeze the brake handle several times to check that the brake pads press smoothly.

3.6. Rear

3.6.1. Remove the rear wheel

DANGER

Please hold the vehicle securely so there is no risk of the vehicle falling over.

1. Stand the vehicle on the center stand.
2. Slightly loosen the locking rivet and chain slack adjustment rivet on each side of the swingarm.
3. Disassemble the rear wheel axle mounting bracket.
4. Push the wheel firmly forward, and then remove the chain from the rear sprocket.
Tip: The rear load chain does not need to be disassembled to remove and install the rear wheel.
5. Hold the oil pump and lift the wheel slightly to pull the wheel axle out.
Tip: A rubber hammer can be useful for removing the rear axle.
6. Take the wheel out (note: Do not squeeze the rear brake after removing the wheel and disc, otherwise the brake pads will be clamped).

3.6.2. Install the rear wheel

1. Install the rear wheel and rear brake retaining tab by threading the rear wheel axle from left to right.
Tip:
- Make sure the guard is installed between the rear wheel and the rear brake tab.
- Make sure the pin on the rear brake tab fits into the retaining groove on the right swingarm.

- Make sure there is enough space at the brake pads before assembling the rear wheel.
2. Install the load chain onto the rear sprocket.
3. Screw the canopy onto the rear axle.
4. Adjust chain slack.
5. Tighten the rear wheel axle to the specified torque of 60Nm.
6. When reinstalling the rear wheel, squeeze the brake handle several times to check that the brake pads press smoothly.

4. Vehicle care and preservation

4.1. Car care

Regular and proper car care not only helps car parts meet warranty conditions, it also keeps your car looking great as well as prolonging its life and optimizing its performance.

A car that is cleaned and cared for regularly can easily detect vehicle problems early.

Sea salt can increase the risk of rust in your car. Therefore, always remember to wash your car thoroughly after driving on roads near the sea or with salt on the road.

4.1.1. Car wash

Let the engine, ECU, brakes, battery and other high-temperature parts cool completely before washing the car.

  • Remove mud from the vehicle with a low-pressure water hose.
  • If necessary, use a sponge or soft cloth dipped in a mild detergent solution to clean the vehicle.
    • Clean the headlights and other plastic parts carefully to avoid scratching them.
    • Avoid spraying water directly onto electrical system details.
  • Rinse the car with plenty of water and use a soft towel to dry the car.
  • After the car has been dried, lubricate the moving parts on the car.
    • Make sure the lubricant does not get on the brakes or tires. Brake discs and brake pads that are clogged with lubricating oil will significantly reduce braking efficiency and may cause an accident.
  • Lubricate the chain with a specialized solution immediately after washing and drying the vehicle. Apply a layer of preservative oil to prevent rust on the car.
    • Do not use preservative oil that contains chemicals or strong detergents because these substances can damage metal parts and plastic paint on the vehicle. Do not let preservative oil splash on tires and brakes.
    • If the vehicle has matte painted parts, avoid letting the preservative oil get on those parts.

Note:

  • Do not use high pressure water hose to wash your car.
  • Do not spray water directly under the trunk.
  • Do not spray water directly into the area around the headlights, steering wheel cluster, or multi-function screen.
  • Dry the brakes after washing the car.

4.1.2. Take care of plastic covers

Follow these instructions to avoid scratching the plastic covers.

  • Clean plastic panels with soft sponge and plenty of water.
  • To remove stains on plastic covers, use a diluted cleaning solution and rinse with plenty of water.
  • Avoid getting gasoline, brake fluid or detergent on the dashboard, plastic panels or headlights.

4.2. Car preservation

If the vehicle will not be used for a long time, do the following:

  • Wash and dry the vehicle.
  • Lubricate the chain and transmission system. Charge the car until the battery is full.
  • Check tire pressure and inflate as necessary. Stand the vehicle on the center stand.
  • Use a specialized tarpaulin to cover the vehicle.
  • Store your vehicle in a dry place and away from high temperature areas or areas with sudden temperature changes.
  • The battery capacity will decrease very slowly over time. Check the battery capacity once a month and recharge the battery when the capacity drops below 20%.

Note:

  • Do not store the vehicle when the battery capacity is less than 20%. Storing an electric battery when its capacity is less than 20% for a long time can cause the electric battery to be completely damaged.

5. Technical specifications

    Category Describe
    Dimensions (length x width x height) 2010 x 710 x 1110 mm
    Distance between two wheel axles 1400 mm
    Minimum vehicle ground clearance 145 mm
    Saddle height 790 mm
    Trunk capacity 41 liters
    Engine BLDC Mid-Drive Motor
    Transmission system Chain, gear ratio 4.0 (52/13)
    Nominal capacity 3000W
    Maximum capacity 7000W
    Electronic battery Lithium-ion | 72V | 85 Ah
    Battery life 350,000 km equivalent to 25 years (after that the battery has 80% capacity)
    Fast charging Support is available
    Charging time Standard charging takes about 4 hours
    Distance traveled 270 km (*)
    Standard against dust and water - IP67 standard: Motor, battery pack, charging port and
    Electronic controller ECU (Controller)
    - IP65 standard: Remaining parts
    Max speed 100km/h
    Unloaded mass 144 kg
    Weight 130 kg
    Front wheel 90/80-16 M/C 54P (tubeless tire)
    Rear 110/70-16 M/C 61P (tubeless tire)
    Front and rear rims 16 inches
    Front shock absorber Double telescopic tube, hydraulic shock absorber
    Rear shock absorber Double cylindrical springs, hydraulic dampers
    Brake system Front and rear disc brakes
    Dashboard Multi-function color LCD
    Lighting systems Full LED lights, LED Projector front lights
    Smart utilities Cruise Control (automatic throttle hold)
    Turn the car on and off via RFID card
    Dat Bike vehicle connection application (iOS, Android)
    Electric trunk opening, anti-tilt foot protection switch

    (*) According to Dat Bike's testing conditions and with a 70kg operator traveling at a speed of 35km/h.

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