60V 63Ah EBMX LG POUCH CELL SUR-RON-BATTERY
Enduro Trail Ride Time: 4,5-5,5 hours
Full Charge: 67.2v
Empty Charge: 48v
* Merk op dat als u een hoog vermogen (meer dan 8,5 kW - 15 kW) afstemt met de EBMX 60v-batterij, u uw standaardbatterij niet langer kunt gebruiken (zelfs wanneer deze wordt ge-bypassed), omdat de batterij niet in staat is om de benodigde stroom te leveren en uit valt.
** Wij bieden deze Batterijen aan louter als service naar onze SUR-RON klanten toe. Vanwege de extreem lage marges en import taxen op deze batterijen zijn wij genoodzaakt 3% extra bankkosten aan te rekenen indien u de batterij zou betalen met een Creditcard zoals Visa, Mastercard, American express...
Note: Both 60v63ah and 72v57ah batteries will require seat extenders to fit in the same space as the stock SurRon battery. We have designed the EBMX Seat Extenders to perfectly fit this new battery. We cannot guarantee compatibility with other brands of seat extenders. This could cause incompatibility and fitment issues with aftermarket seats. If you have any questions regarding fitment, please contact us before placing an order.
EBMX SUR-RON BATTERY OPTIONS
Trying to decide between 60v and 72v ?
Both batteries are able to run the most powerful tune available (15kW and 600-800 phase amps). Although the 72v battery is not necessarily more powerful than the 60v battery, the 72v battery will run a little cooler in heavy load conditions (it draws less amps, and amps are what generate the heat). Both batteries are very powerful and capable. Both batteries work with either BAC4000 or BAC8000. If the intended use for the bike is trail rider the 60v is probably the better option, if the intended use for the bike is racing / track use, then the 72v battery is probably a better option. BAC8000 is better choice for more phase amps, which will give significantly more low down torque when accelerating.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How do these batteries differ from the stock SurRon batteries? Why do I need one?
The stock SurRon/Segway battery is a 60Volt 32Ah battery with a limited discharge current. As such, without modifications, the stock battery is unable to be used for power upgrades and is often lacking on capacity for people wanting to do longer rides. With modifications like BMS bypasses on the stock battery, the battery is still limited in its performance due to the low discharge rate of the Panasonic cells that are used. So, while pushing these cells to make more power, the voltage sag under load increases, also the battery internal temperature increases (reducing available power and the lifespan of a BMS bypassed stock battery). This happens because the bypassed batteries are operating the cells above their “continuous discharge” rating, in the so called “peak discharge” rating. Also while increasing power on the stock battery with a BMS bypass will decrease the range on the bike due to being able to use up the available power much faster.
Our EBMX 60v 53Ah battery solves all of these issues and it works for multiple applications.
1. While running the stock controller, you will experience nearly double the range on a charge over a stock battery
2 . The 60v53Ah and the 72v57Ah Battery are both equipped with top notch high discharge rate Li-Ion cells (6C continuous discharge rate), meaning they are able to provide a lot more power than a stock battery while also the range increases greatly. Both EBMX batteries fully support our popular 15kW / 600-800 Phase Amp BAC8000 EBMX-tune with motor temperature protection feature. In fact, the cells in the 60V53Ah and the 72V42Ah batteries are capable of delivering even more than 15kW, while still operating within the cells “continuous discharge rate”. A battery Cell that is never forced to run in the “Peak discharge” range, is creating a lot less heat during use, it runs more efficiently, and also it experiences less voltage sag under load (=more power at the same setup). These factors together, guarantee a battery that will last for many years to come.
2. What is the charge cycle life of the batteries?
These batteries are extremely robust and will retain 80% capacity after 1000 charge cycles. In other words, if you charged the battery up twice a week for 10 years, the battery pack would still retain 80% capacity
3. What is the warranty like on the batteries?
The batteries will come with a 2 year factory warranty. If there are issues with your battery in the first two years, your battery will be repaired or replaced. Shipping costs will not be covered under the warranty. We will have a service agent in Austria and spare warranty batteries in the EU.
4. How do these batteries deal with wet weather and rain?
The battery packs are IP65 rated which means they are protected against low pressure water jets from any direction as well as condensation and water spray. However, it is advisable to always remove your battery prior to washing your bike just to be safe.
5. Is the battery case made out of plastic like most of the other batteries on the market?
Nope! Our cases are made from metal and are lined with a genuine Line-X spray coat which provides a very durable and good looking battery box.
6. What type of battery cells are used in both of the batteries? Are they 18650 or 21700 cells?
Neither! We are using high quality LG and SKI pouch cells that are typically used by big e-Car manufactures. Using pouch cells, we are able to cut down on the number of battery connections inside of the battery pack and use heavier gauge connections. Both of these changes ensure our batteries withstand harsh riding better than the conventional cell type battery packs. Power density of pouch cell is also much better (using all the space in the battery pack for power instead of packaging), which contributes to the overall low weight of the batteries, improving the bikes power to weight ratio.
7. Will it hurt my battery to charge it with the fast charger? Is it okay to use by stock 60V charger on the 60V 53Ah battery?
No, our batteries are designed to cope with high amp charging, it will not negatively affect the life of your battery (see FAQ#1). Yes, using the stock 10Amp 60V charger is totally fine for charging the EBMX 60V 53Ah battery (it will just take a while longer than the fast charger). Both with charging and discharging, there is a good amount of head room built into the both batteries. The fast charger we supply, charges below 50% of the cells actual Amp limit for charging (continuous charge rate), while still being twice as fast as the stock 60v charger.
8. How long will it take to charge the new EBMX batteries with the fast charger?
As these batteries are twice the capacity of the stock battery, if you are using the stock charger (only applicable to the 60v battery) it will take twice as long, as there is twice as much energy to put in. If you are using the fast chargers that are optional, the charge times will be in line with the stock charger with stock battery (around 3 hours) if the battery has been drained down most of the way.
9. What is the capacity of the Battery Management System (BMS) on these batteries?
Both batteries are equipped with ANT 125Amp continuous, 300Amp peak BMS. This provides more than ample power for up to 15kW tunes when paired up with our BAC4000 and BAC8000 controller kit upgrades. All EBMX batteries are factory tested to discharge 16-18kW of power as part of the QA testing.
10. How much do the batteries weight?
Our batteries are fully potted and weight in at 23.8kg for 60v batteries and 24.2kg for 72v batteries.
11. How do the batteries preform under high load situations (high powered tunes)
The stock SurRon battery is notorious for poor performance once you start raising the power level of the tune. At 8.5kW the stock battery will experience voltage sag of 12-18volts under load. The EBXM batteries (both 60v and 72v) will only experience 4volts of voltage sag when running over 16kW of power!!
These high-powered batteries and controller kits are intended for off road riding using on/off throttle, not continuous throttle applications. Modifying e-motos with these controllers and tunes make them illegal to ride on the road. After installing an aftermarket controller and getting a high-powered tune, you are running the risk of damaging your motor. Even with our motor temperature protection enabled, it is still possible to damage your motor if you push the motor outside of its limits. To ensure you do not cause damage to your motor, follow the advice below: