Chinese micromobilty manufacturer Okai has revealed its latest e-bike designed for the shared bike market.
With 1,200W max power, 750W rated power and 80Nm net torque, the EB200 has been engineered to combine mobility and power.
It is powered by Panasonic battery cells with a capacity of 48V 16Ah, giving the e-bike a range of up to 25 miles (40km). According to Okai, depleted batteries can be swapped with fully charged ones in seconds by its operating teams.
Furthermore, the EB200 features in-built IoT. The fourth-generation module has been designed and custom built in-house by Okai engineers to ensure clean in-frame vehicle integration.
An IP67 rating ensures the e-bike is protected against water and dust ingress while an alarm system offers built-in protection. What’s more, a raft of multi-mode geolocation solutions, including GPS, GLONASS and BDS are embedded into every EB200 to track fleets.
The e-bike’s geofencing technology provides motor deactivation, power limitation and speed limitation. There is also self-diagnostics and remote telemetry facilities, which enables businesses to monitor every part of the vehicle.