Battery golden rules
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The life of a battery is particularly influenced by the nature and duration of the use.
All lithium-ion batteries age naturally, even when not being used.
- intensive use
- storage at ambient temperatures > 30 degrees
- lengthy storage in a completely charged or discharged state
- parking electric bike in direct sunlight
- limited load
- storage at ambient temperatures between 0 and 20 degrees
- storage at a charge status between 30 and 60%
Always remove the battery from the bike before cleaning it. Do not get any electrical components wet and do not allow any direct water spray on them. Occasionally clean and lightly lubricate the plug pins.
Store battery at temperatures between 0 and 20 degrees. If a battery is completely empty this will cause more wear. The ideal charge status for storing the battery is between 30 and 60%.
Temperatures below -10 degrees and higher than 60 degrees should be avoided.
In the winter (particularly when it is below 0 degrees) connect the battery that has been stored at room temperature onto the electric bike shortly before departure. If cycling regularly in the cold it is recommended to use thermal protective covers.
When transporting the bike, always remove the battery from the bike and transport this safely.
The dealer can check the condition of the battery using a diagnosis device.