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Stromer Guide | Version 1.1


on your new Stromer e:bike. In this manual, you will find all the information required for using your Stromer.

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Table of Contents + Scope of delivery .................................................................... 4 + Stromer – individual parts .................................................. 5 + Battery – remove .................................................................... 6 + Battery – insert ........................................................................ 7 + Battery – charge internally and externally ................. 8 + Interface – display and functions .................................... 9 + Interface – operation ..................................................10–12 + Interface – basic settings .........................................13–14 + Range – influences and tips ............................................ 15 + Notes on care ......................................................................... 15 + Maintenance and care ....................................................... 16 + Sprocket and chain .............................................................. 16 + Care in winter and near the coast ................................ 16 + Safety notes ....................................................................17–18 + Troubleshooting ..................................................................... 19 + Warranty ................................................................................... 21 3


Rechargeable battery (battery for short)

Main cable

Scope of delivery Manual

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Charger

Adapter


4)

4)

2) 3)

1)

5) 6)

7) 8) 9)

items 1) Battery eject button 2) Battery charging port 3) Battery compartment lock 4) Interface 5) Throttle 6) Brake sensor 7) Battery compartment 8) Torque sensor 9) Hub motor 5


Remove battery 1.

2.

3.

4.

1. Open the battery compartment with your corresponding key. 2. Release the battery compartment by pressing the button. 3. Open the battery compartment. 4. Pull out the battery. WARNING! The battery is very heavy, so please ensure that you do not drop it as this could cause injury and/or damage to the battery. WARNING! Remove the key before riding. Otherwise, you may injure yourself on the protruding key, lose the key or the battery could become loose and fall out. This could result in accidents and injury.

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einf端hren

Insert battery

Insert the battery into the lower guide rail with the connector pointing down. While inserting, make sure that the battery is also inserted into the upper guiderail.

Insert the battery into the battery door up to the stop. n Sie den Akku mit dem Stecker nach unten Close the battery door and engage the lock. e untere F端hrungsschiene ein

en Sie beim Einschieben darauf, dass der Akku a 7 obere F端hrungsschiene eingef端hrt wird WARNING! The pedelec/bicycle works with low voltage (36V). Only use suitable original batteries for operating the pedelec/bicycle. Never use other voltage sources.


Battery – charge internally and externally Charging process and charger

The Stromer battery may only be charged with the corresponding charger. The battery can be charged onboard the Stromer or off board. The charging time is approx. 3.5 h. Internally

Externally

Switch off charger

Intern laden

Connect charger to electricity

Switch on charger

Battery is charging: Yellow and red LED light up

Internally: Switch the Stromer system off and insert the charging cable. Externally: Connect the battery to the charger.

Battery is completely charged: Green and red LED light up

Switch off charger and disconnect battery or Stromer from the charger.

Check charging process

If the LED 2 immediately switches from yellow to green after switching on, there is no clean connection to the battery or an error occurred. If the latter is the case, connect the charger again and switch it on again.

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Interface – display and functions

Current speed Average speed Trip distance Overall distance Time ridden Time

The following can be displayed here, among other things: Speed, average speed and time.

The mode display shows the current support (e.g. PAS Eco, PAS City, PAS Tour or PAS PWR) or recuperation mode.

Energy recovery (is displayed to the left of the battery display) little

The MSG display (Message) shows a message, a status or a code.

Battery charge status

medium

maximum

100% 60% 0%

General information display The following can be displayed here, among other things: RECUP2 LOCKED CODE0004 HALL

Recuperation modes System status info Parameter settings Fault messages

Energy consumption (is displayed to the right of the battery display)

little

medium

maximum

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Interface – operation 1. Switch on Stromer

Important note: When switching on, the pedal must be completely free of load.

PAS PWR

2 sec.

2 sec.

ready

2. Switch off Stromer

PAS PWR

off

2 sec.

3. Select support or recuperation mode Manual recuperation mode The energy recovery is normally activated upon braking. It can also be activated manually by selecting the mode, however. Select a «Recup-Mode» to recover energy and thereby brake electrically.

PAS PWR

Support mode The Stromer has four different modes:

back continue

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PAS Eco (150 %) PAS City (200 %) PAS Tour (250 %) PAS PWR (300 %)


4. Lock system

To lock the system, press and hold the On/Off button for around 6 seconds until the «Locking» message appears.

PAS PWR

5. Unlock system

Switch the Stromer on in the normal fashion (see page 10) and enter your password. With –/+ you can select the number and confirm it with the On/Off button in each case. Password: Default setting «1234», see page 13 to define your own password.

PAS PWR

Select number Confirm number

6. Background illumination

In order to switch the background illumination of the interface on or off, press and hold the minus button for 2 seconds.

PAS PWR

PAS PWR

2 sec.

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7. Select information display

By repeatedly pressing the -button, you can access different information displays.

8. Resetting information display The information display flashes briefly if the reset was successfully completed.

PAS PWR

2 sec. at same time

1x

9. Power-on-Demand mode

Before you can use the POD mode, this must be enabled (see page 14). Select any PAS mode and press and hold the plus button. The throttle (POD) is hereby activated and you can regulate the speed via the throttle. Depending on the POD mode (Eco, City, Tour, PWR), the throttle supplies more or less power.

PAS PWR

The POD mode can only be used as of 1.8 mph and is limited to 20 mph.

POD PWR

2 sec.

WARNING! The additional force from the motor could mean that you travel at a considerably higher speed than you are used to on your bicycle. Please take this into account when familiarizing yourself with the pedelec. WARNING! Always apply the bicycle’s brakes before you set foot on the pedal! The right brake lever has an additional motor switch. The motor drives as soon as you push the pedal. This force is unfamiliar and can lead to falls, danger or accidents in traffic, which could result in injury. WARNING! To prevent an uncontrolled launch, the system only starts to support you when the rear wheel is turning. Nevertheless, for your safety you should always have one brake applied before you place your foot on the pedal. Please also note that the speed switch provides strong support. This might feel very unusual. Uncontrolled launches with your pedelec/bicycle can lead to a fall or serious accidents, particularly on loose or skiddy surfaces or in road traffic. We strongly recommend wearing a helmet.

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Interface – basic settings You can change the various basic settings in three easy steps:

1. Call up menu

pas pwr

Press the On/Off button and the plus button at the same time and hold for 3 seconds.

2. Enter code

code1004

Using the plus and minus button, select the desired number and confirm this using the On/Off button. To confirm the code, press and hold the On/Off button for 3 seconds.

3. Select value

save

Using the plus and minus button, select the desired value and confirm this by pressing and holding the On/Off button for 3 seconds. Save is displayed.

Set time

Enable password change To be able to change the password with the code ÂŤ0004Âť, the value must be set to 1. Back to 0 after the change.

code0001

code0001

code1008

code1008

code0004

code0004

Change password

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Set sensitivity of sensors With this setting you can define the ratio between rider power and motor support. The sensor sensitivity thereby affects the range (see page 15).

code1004

code1004

code3771

code3771

code1009

code1009

1 = ON 0 = OFF

code1005

code1005

1 = ON 0 = OFF

Enter overall distance You can hereby enter your overall distance.

Switch recuperation modes on/off

Enable POD mode In this mode, the Stromer can be ridden up to 20 mph without pedal support. (Use see page 12)


Range – suggestions and tips With the sensor sensitivity, the ratio between the motor power and rider power can be individually adapted (Instructions see page 14). The following is valid here: The slighter the sensor sensitivity, the greater the range. The Stromer consumes the most energy when accelerating. Try to keep a constant speed. In order to avoid short-term acceleration, you must ride with smooth pedaling whenever possible. Ideally the pressure on the pedals should be constant during the entire turn of the crank. With a heavier weight (rider and luggage), the motor must perform higher when accelerating or on a climb. Minimize your luggage in order to achieve a greater range. Regularly check the tire pressure. The roll resistance increases with low tire pressure, which can considerably reduce the range. You can find the recommended tire pressure on the side of the tires. The riding speed and range are decreased on strong climbs as the motor has to perform higher to increase the speed or the altitude. At low speed (up to 6.2 mph) the efficiency is poorer. At high speed (as of 21.7 mph) the drag increases considerably. Ride at medium speed to achieve the maximum range.

In order to extend the range using recuperation, only electrical braking should be used, not mechanical braking. To do so, ride in recuperation mode or only lightly tap the brake. The longer the recuperation is active, the greater the range. Increase the pedaling frequency (low gear) while maintaining the same speed and you will ride more economically and extend the range. The support mode changes the ratio between the motor power and rider power. You save the most battery power if you change to a lower support mode on a climb. Avoid riding with POD mode. To increase the range, you should avoid riding with the gas handle. This is particularly true on climbs and when accelerating.

Notes on care + If the battery is driven completely empty, you must charge this directly after riding as otherwise the battery is deeply discharged after a short time. + If the battery is not used for an extended period, it must be completely charged. Store at room temperature and recharge every 2 to 3 months. + Charge your battery at room temperature.

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Maintenance and care For any work on the Stromer, the battery must be removed from the battery compartment and the battery compartment must be closed. Bring your Stromer for service once or twice a year depending on the usage. The first service should be performed after approx. 6 months. Regularly check the tire pressure. To keep the roll resistance low on the one handand to prevent flat tires on the other. Regularly check the connectors on the display as well as those of the motor (under the neoprene protection on the inside of the left chain stay).

The chainrings should be checked for broken or bent teeth every time they are cleaned. This is often responsible for imprecise shifting or for the chain jumping off and increased chain wear. It is best to use a dry lubricant on sunny days and a wet lubricant on wet days and in winter. Application: Clean the dirty chain using a rag. Then turn the crank counterclockwise, applying oil to the inside of the chain in the process. Finally use a rag to free the chain of excess oil.

Care in winter and near the coast If you use your Stromer in the winter or near the coast, lubrication of the chain should be performed more frequently due to the salt load.

Clean your Stromer with bike care product and water. To do so, it is best to use a sponge or a rag. Motor, display, battery compartment and electrical connectors should not be sprayed with the hose.

Store and charge your battery at room temperature. Cold batteries deliver less power than warm ones.

Sprocket and chain

Protect your Stromer against weather when not in use.

The sprocket and chain should regularly be cleaned and checked for wear. This increases the service life. Depending on the load from dirt, moisture, salt and traction that affects it, the chain has a service life of 621 miles to 1864 miles.

Regularly clean your Stromer from salt.

WARNING! When setting up, servicing or cleaning the pedelec/bicycle, the cables should neither be substantially compressed or damaged by sharp edges. WARNING! The electrical motor in your bicycle is very powerful. To operate it correctly and safely, we recommend having it serviced by a Stromer authorized dealer on a regular basis. Immediately remove the battery if you identify any damage to the electrical system or see live parts exposed after a fall or accident. Always consult a Stromer authorized dealer if you require repairs, want to ask about a question or problem, or have identified a defect. Having a lack of Stromer authorized knowledge can result in serious accidents. Before you carry out any repairs or care and maintenance work, always remove the battery first. Otherwise there is a danger of electrocut on and injury. WARNING! Working on the bicycle requires expert knowledge, experience and Stromer authorized tools. Only allow authorized dealers to work or check key parts on the bicycle.

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Safety notes Under no circumstances should you perform the following with your battery: + short it + place it in water or clean it with water + open it or tamper with it + charge it with a different charger + expose it to a source of heat or flame Avoid the use of high-pressure cleaners. These may affect the ball bearings and the electrical system.

SECURITY

CAUTION

WARNING! If you are unsure of whether your bicycle is in a sound technical condition, take it to a Stromer authorized dealer to be checked instead of riding it.

WARNING! Before you take to public roads, please familiarize yourself with the behavior and operation of the pedelec/bicycle in a quiet, safe place.

WARNING! If live components or the battery have suffered visible damage, the pedelec/bicycle can no longer be used without possible danger to you. If it is no longer possible to use the vehicle safely, refrain from using your pedelec/bicycle. Please ensure that the pedelec/bicycle cannot be used by any third persons without your consent. Please only ride your pedelec/bicycle again when a authorized dealer has checked your pedelec/bicycle.

WARNING! Modern braking systems might be more powerful or have a different functionality and behave differently than those that you are used to. Please take an initial test ride to familiarize yourself with the brakes in a safe, open space before setting off on your first ride with the bicycle.

WARNING! Please ensure that no foreign objects can ecome lodged in openings in the bicycle or parts of it. This could result in a fatal electric shock.

WARNING! Children or people who are not able to use the pedelec/bicycle or individual parts such as the battery or the charger due to their age, inexperienced or lack of knowledge, are not permitted to use the bicycle or are only allowed to use it under the supervision or instruction of a responsible person.

WARNING! Li-Ion batteries are dangerous and are subject to special conditions during transport. For more information about transporting the product, please contact your Stromer authorized dealer.

WARNING! Electrical devices are not suitable for use by children. Do not leave children unattended with the bicycle. Please refer to your country’s regulations for minimum age requirements.

WARNING! When assembling the rear brake disc, only use original screws or screws with the specification M5 x 12mm. Incorrect screw lengths can lead to accidents or serious falls, or block the motor internally. WARNING! The disc brake rotor has to be correctly positioned between the brake pads when reinstalling the wheel. Incorrectly placing the disc brake rotor can lead to falls and serious injuries WARNING! During long rides on steep gradients, the pedelec/bicycle’s motor can heat up. Therefore avoid coming into contact with the motor with your hands, feet or legs. Otherwise you may burn yourself.

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Troubleshooting 1st step

Try to identify the problem using the troubleshooting list below.

not possible or if your problem is not listed, continue with the next step.

2nd step

3rd step

If your problem is listed in the troubleshooting list, you can try to solve the problem with the adjacent suggested solution. If this is

Please contact the service hotline 1-800-819-4262 or the nearest service point (for locations, see www.stromerusa.com).

Troubleshooting list Message (MSG.)

Solution

HEAT

Motor temperature high. Riding further may lead to overheating.

OVERHEAT

The motor is overheated and has automatically switched itself off for protection of the electronics. Let the motor cool down. Then you can continue riding with no problems.

NO_COM

Connector disconnected or motor defect. Check the connectors. If the problem persists, please contact the nearest service point.

HALL

Motor defect: Contact the nearest service point.

NO_BAT

No battery or connectors disconnected. Check whether there is a charged battery in the battery compartment and whether all connectors are OK. If the problem persists, please contact the nearest service point.

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Problem

Solution

The Stromer does not offer support or only irregularly.

Switch off the control unit. Make sure that the pedals are completely free of load. Switch your control unit back on and try it again. The brake sensor on the right brake lever may be misaligned. The sensor thereby sends a constant switch-off signal to the motor. Disconnect the connector of the brake sensor to the control unit and try it again. If the problem is solved by this, you can have the sensor reset during the next service.

After switching on, four zeros appear on the display (0000), and the first digit flashes.

The system lock was activated when switching off. To deactivate the system lock see page 11.

The control unit cannot be switched on.

Change the control unit's battery. This must be removed from the handlebar for this. You require a size 4 Allen wrench and a button battery (CR2032) for this. You can also contact our service points to have this work carried out.

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Warranty Warranty Statement

BMC warrants to the original purchaser of a Stromer electric bicycle that the following will be free from defects in material and workmanship for the period indicated below:

Models

Stromer Sport, Step through, Stromer Elite + Frame: 10 years from the date of purchase + Motor system (motor and controller): 2 years from the date of purchase + Lithium Ion battery and battery charger: 18 months from the date of purchase + Components (not including tubes, tires, brake pads, grips, fabrics, chains and cables): One year from date of purchase

Assembly is required at time of purchase:

+ An authorized Stromer dealer is required to assemble any Stromer product at the time of purchase, without charge. Warranty is void if product i s assembled by anyone other than an authorized Stromer dealer.

Filing a warranty claim:

+ Please contact your authorized dealer and schedule an appointment for service. + Please make sure to bring original receipt or proof of purchase. + Please contact BMC/Stromer directly with any questions or concerns regarding your warranty.

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BMC USA, 109 State street suite, 403 Boston, MA 02109 Service Hotline 1-800-819-4262, service@stromerusa.com, www.stromerusa.com

Stromer manual USA version  

Stromer E:Bike. User Manual for USA.

Stromer manual USA version  

Stromer E:Bike. User Manual for USA.

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