Addmotor debutes EB 2.0 M-360 Electric Trike

Addmotor debutes EB 2.0 M-360 Electric Trike

Addmotor, an e-bike brand specializing in electric bicycles and electric trikes, has debuted its EB 2.0 M-360 Electric Trike model with upgrades to the battery, lighting, control, and integrated systems and some mechanical parts. Debuting new army green and purple color options, the EB 2.0 M-360 e-trike is equipped with a 48V 20Ah UL-certified battery pack. It can ensure an estimated maximum range of 85 miles with PAS1 mode (8 mph), which extends the range of any Motan electric tricycle series by approximately 73%, depending on the riding factors.

EB 2.0 M-360 model lighting system consists of a 40-lumen headlight and a multi-functional taillight. These components together can ensure a visible distance of 200 meters and a 360-degree side view while also meeting the IP standard of IPX5 for waterproof and water-resistant performance at any direction, the company says.

The control system is more accurate and efficient than the previous version, the company says. The EB 2.0 25A controller is upgraded to a chip type, which simplifies the various circuit design and improves the stability of the system to achieve a fast, efficient and accurate command control. The EB2.0 750W motor with a newer inner ring has a lower sound and better heat dissipation performance to maximize the use of electrical energy into kinetic energy.

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