TranzX Presents Micro Central Motor
TAIPEI, Taiwan – At last week’s Taipei Cycle TranzX presented its first central motor to bely its e-bike origins through its size and shape and appealing design: the M25.
The M25 is TranzX’s first motor in the new premium LogiX Line, which is based on CAN-Bus automotive diagnostic technology and raises motor performance to a new standard of reliability.
CAN-Bus Diagnostic Technology
The LogiX Line marks the new generation of TranzX products, raising e-mobility systems to the newest threshold in diagnostics, power and performance. Using the premium diagnostic platform based on the CANBus (Controller Area Network) technology, LogiX ensures fast and accurate problem detection.
By using fewer cables, the CAN-Bus system provides a higher data transmission speed than the standard I2C bus, is less susceptible to failure and ensures the extendibility and openness of the system through multi-host architecture. E-bike servicing and assembly are also easier, and parameters such as assistance ratio and the AGT shifting strategy can be simply adjusted.
Automatic error-checking detects irregularities and reports them immediately. With the latest technology of the LogiX Line, TranzX underwrites a new wave of e-bike mobility systems and components of distinguished quality and reliability. Motor performance is monitored automatically and continuously through a variety of debugging mechanisms – supported by real-time system read-outs and immediate error detection.
The ultra-compact design
The M25 central motor has been developed as a logical extension of the popular M07 motor range. Weighing a mere 3.5 kg and with very low noise and vibration levels, the scaled-down design of the M25 motor system makes it hardly noticeable to the casual observer.
With torque topping at 50 Nm, the tiny, 36V M25 motor is the highest in its class for efficiency and battery range. It is completely integrated into the bicycle frame and compatible with nearly every brake and shifting configuration.