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Ansmann Showcasing Hub Motors and Full Drive Solutions at Eurobike

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ASSAMSTADT, Germany – No less than six new variants of hub motors will be presented by e-bike drive train manufacturer Ansmann at the upcoming Eurobike. The company is also showing several battery developments, a smart display with control function including Bluetooth interface for navigation and smartphone as well as a drive with integrated automatic switching system.

Ansmann Showcasing Hub Motors and Full Drive Solutions at Eurobike
No less than six new variants of hub motors will be presented by e-bike drive train manufacturer Ansmann at the upcoming Eurobike. – Photo Ansmann

Ansmann announced that it will focus the launch of new systems on two new products this year. The e-mobility specialist has integrated the FAG-VELOMATIC automatic gearshift developed by Schaeffler Technologies into its drive system.

With the addition of six new variants to its range of hub motors, Ansmann offers e-bike manufacturers one of the largest range available on the market. Nine rear and front engines of different performance classes are now available.

Also for special like cargo e-bikes

“The standard installation dimension of 100mm for the front engine and 135mm for the rear engine makes assembly easier and even possible to equip all EN15194 approved bicycles,” reports the German e-bike system supplier. “In addition to geared motors, we also offer designs for direct drive with energy recovery. The most powerful variants are not only suitable for use with e-bikes, but also for specials like cargo bikes and scooters. Special drives with rubber coating also allow use as an impeller, so that even wheelchairs or hospital beds can be equipped with it. “

“With its new range we meet the increasing demands on user comfort and smartphone compatibility. The small, easy to read on-board computer provides a range of data, offers a control function and can be connected via Bluetooth interface with various navigation systems and smartphones.”

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