Integrated e-bike batteries offer physical protection

Integrated e-bike batteries offer physical protection

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By Christoph Hammerschmidt

The URV8 from BMZ Group is a battery with a powerful, particularly fastening mechanism. The aluminum housing and the holder of the battery are robust and resistant. The fully integrated battery has a compact design and can be integrated according to the frame geometry so that it can be removed from the top, from the bottom, or from the side. The battery is fitted with BMZ cells, which have a very high energy density and up to twelve years of service life. The URV8 has a performance peak of 30A, 650Wh and is available with 36V or 48V nominal voltage. This makes the URV8 the high performance solution, ready for the new generation of engines in e-bikes.

With the URV7, URV8, the URV9 and the new CargoBattery, BMZ has more powerful battery integration solutions that customers can integrate into their own frame design signals. The URV7 and the URV9 are subpipe batteries with up to 500Wh. The URV7 is a semi-integrated sub-tube battery, which is easily removable and excels through harmonic integration. In addition, BMZ offers a fully integrated and non-removable battery, the URV9. This battery is particularly suitable for long travel bikes, special vehicles, light construction as well as fleets / rental. This fully integrated solution disappears completely invisibly within the frame and is especially used with minimalistic cream designs. The CargoBattery is a flexible solution for the bicycles market up to 850 Wh.

BMZ offers both customer-specific developments as well as platform batteries. The advantage of latter is that they allow faster design realization and cost savings. Frame developers are provided the necessary CAD data in order to find an optimal design and function solution with a comparatively low effort.

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