Pendix ePower Battery

Pendix ePower Battery

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With an additional battery you are even more flexible. When a battery runs out, you can replace it with a second, separately purchased ePower300 or ePower500 battery in a matter of seconds. So you are on the safe side even on long tours.

ePower150:
The 48 V Pendix ePower150 (battery) has a capacity of 140 Wh and works on the basis of modern lithium-ion technology. It can be easily removed from the bicycle and is fully charged within 1 hour 15 minutes with the 120 W charger. During the ride, the battery shows you the current charge level through the colour changing LED ring. You can easily switch on the support by pressing the power button on the battery. This smart design means you don't need an additional display on the handlebars. You can connect the battery to your smartphone via the Bluetooth interface and view current data at any time via the Pendix.bike PRO app.

ePower300:
The 48 V Pendix ePower (battery) has a capacity of 300 Wh and works on the basis of modern lithium-ion technology. It can be easily removed from the bike and fully recharged within 3 hours. While driving, the battery shows you the current charge level through the color changing LED ring. The support levels can be selected on the rotary wheel above the battery. This smart design means you don't need an additional display on the handlebars. The battery has a USB interface for charging external devices such as your mobile phone. A metal bracket in the lower part of the battery can be pulled out for short-term securing to the bicycle, allowing a lock to be guided.

ePower500:
The 48 V Pendix ePower500 (battery) has a capacity of 500 Wh and works on the basis of modern lithium-ion technology. It can be easily removed from the bike and fully recharged within 3 hours. While driving, the battery shows you the current charge level through the color changing LED ring. The support levels can be selected on the rotary wheel above the battery. This smart design means you don't need an additional display on the handlebars. The battery has a USB interface for charging external devices such as your mobile phone. A metal bracket in the lower part of the battery can be pulled out for short-term securing to the bicycle, allowing a lock to be guided.