Gearsensor Expands Compatibility to Brose Mid-Drive Units
LETOHRAD, Czech Republic – Gearsensor, the processor controlled device which allows for reducing or cutting off the e-bike motor power during shifting resulting in the prolonged lifetime of all transmission components, is continuously expanding its compatibility. The newest name on the list of compatible brand names is Brose.
Gearsensor (Gearsensor.com) is the well-known shifting sensor available on the market for quite some years. Currently it is used by a lot of e-bike brands around the world. It‘s a unique processor controlled device which allows for reducing or cutting off the e-bike motor power during shifting. This results in reducing the tension on the chain or belt drive, allowing for smoother shifting. In addition to that, the gearsensor function also provides for significantly longer lifetimes of all the e-bike transmission components.
Brands using gearsensor
The complete list of e-bike brand names that are now using gearsensor is mentioned at gearsensor.com. To name some of them: Sparta, Batavus, Diavelo, QWIC, Kildemoes, Smartmotion, Pininfarina, Cortina, Italwin, Ridley, Montana, E-move, REX, M1 Sporttechnik, and many others.
The shifting sensor is compatible with many mid-motors available on the market. Recently Brose has been added to the list (see below). Gearsensor is compatible with all the, made in Germany – Brose drive units: Brose Drive T, Brose Drive S, Brose Drive TF. Thanks to the function gearsensor provides it is now possible to use the powerful 90Nm Brose drive units also in combination with internal gear hubs.
Gearsensor is currently compatible with these mid-drive units:
· Bafang Max drive
· Bafang BBS (BBS01, BBS02, BBSHD)
· Bafang Ultra drive
· Bafang Modest
· binova flow
· Bofeili (Yuebo)
· Brose (Brose Drive T, Brose Drive S, Brose Drive TF)
· Egoing system (Cycle Europe)
· MPF drive
· Multicycle M-Drive with ICE technology
· TQ drives
Gearsensor is working on expanding its compatibility further with other European, US and Japanese manufacturers of mid-drive units. Additions to the compatibility list of drive units are announced at www.gearsensor.com