DEHAWK D1 E-Bike Battery Kit, Bottle Battery 36V Black. E bike bottle battery

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10 Ah (360 Wh), 12 Ah (432 Wh), 14 Ah (504 Wh)

up to 1000 charge/discharge cycles, 60% remaining capacity after 500 cycles

Shipping Weight 3.2500kg
Shipping Width 0.062m
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Shipping Length 0.458m
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Our lithium ion battery formats aim to provide e-bike o e-kit users of an extended option to improve their performance. Indeed, within our assortment of li-ion battery cases you will not only find one that can adapt perfectly to you electric bicycle, but also you will be able to increase the capacity for longer riding distances between recharges.

All batteries include a compatible charger. Get in touch if you cannot find what you are looking for.

Universal Frog Battery

Battery type frog available in 36V and 48V. Battery capacity configurable up to 691Wh. Perfect to complete electric motor kits. Includes charger.

Bottle Battery for Mountain Bike

Bottle format lithium battery for MTB. Available in 36V and 48V. Configurable capacity up to 691Wh. Perfect for conversion kits. Includes charger.

Ion-Lithium Rear rack battery

Rear rack battery available in 36V and 48V. Configurable capacity up to 691Wh. Ideal for mounting with electric motor kits. Includes charger.

High Range Battery for Electric Bikes

Top performing lithium-ion battery conveniently shaped in a solid triangle to fit most MTB frames. Also available as part of e-kit. This ebike li-ion battery is compatible with any PAS system featuring motors of up to.

Battery pack for electric bicycle

As you know, one of the fundamental components in electric bicycles is the li-ion battery. Together with the hub motor, they form the two essential parts that bring the stored energy into motion.

At Solaremobility we do not only sell ebike battery cases of all kinds. We also offer our clients a pioneering solution for renewing the battery of their electric bicycle. By putting our lithium packs inside your old battery case we can ensure 100% adaptability while increasing your ebike’s range … and all this without having to change your bike for a new one.

In some cases, certain ebike manufacturers use protective electronics inside their ion lithium batteries to prevent external professional services like ours from improving their cells capacities. In these cases, our specialized support sales team will guide you towards the best solution.

We FOCUS on battery issues and how to update or replace the battery of your electric bike. These are the fundamental aspects of your battery that you should know:

  • Types of batteries for electric bicycles
  • Types of containers or battery containers
  • Type of BMS
  • Battery adaptability
  • Potential capacity for the bicycle battery
  • Battery price for electric bicycle

Once you are informed of all the above, you will be able to change the 18650 cells of your electric bicycle correctly.

Types of batteries for electric bicycles:

Types of containers for electric bicycle batteries

  • Bottle battery:It is placed on the frame’s diagonal bar, instead of the water bottle. It is formed by a docking piece which remains fixed on the bike and a removable battery case.
  • Triangle battery: Specially designed for e-bikes that need a great range, such as road bikes or mountain electric bikes. It is located in the upper angle of the bike frame, closest to the seat.
  • Frog battery: Anchored to the seat’s vertical bar. It is made of two pieces: docking piece and removable battery case. It offers good aesthetics and is a very convenient location for your battery.
  • Grill battery: Provided with an installation grill, in which this removable battery case is located. It is ideal for urban bicycles and hybrid models.

Types of BMS

A crucial part of any li-ion battery packs, the BMS (Battery Management System) is the electronic component used to ensure all cells and series are charged and discharge equally in a safe manner. A lithium ion battery without a working BMS is a dangerous item.

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However, there are some ebike manufacturers that manipulate the BMS inside their electric bicycles so that their users are captive of their limited technology. These battery brands cannot be improved by our renewal service and the only option offered to their users is to buy a new battery with the same capacity as the original one.

For this reason, at Solaremobility, we always recommend that you inform yourself about the upgrading options offered by your ebike manufacturer before purchasing a new electric mobility product. Because in the future it could mean an unnecessary additional expense.

Battery adaptability

Our batteries are adapted to two types of voltage:

Potential capacity for the bicycle battery

Regardless of the battery case you choose from the list above, you must also choose the capacity of the 18650 cell pack to install inside. In that sense, the decision depends on the use you are going to give it; a battery for daily commute normally doesn’t need long range capacity whereas ebikes for outdoor riding normally demand larger capacity pack, especially if the motor is above 250W.

Battery price for electric bicycle

The price range for lithium batteries for electric bicycles is very wide, depending on the VOLTS and AH of each battery pack. In any case, please note that cheap electric bicycle batteries do not exist.

As we have seen before, acid lead batteries may be cheaper but they won’t fit in the modern electric bikes, and their durability is considerably lower.

As a general rule, you must also take into account that the battery for your e-bicycle or you e-kits can add up to 40% of that overall cost. That is why we suggest you trust professionals before buying your new battery case. Our are usually around 450 euros to 1,300 euros for the most advanced ones.

Where to buy batteries for electric bicycles

There are many places where you can buy your bicycle’s electric battery, but given the importance of getting the right product the first time around, you should ensure to buy from a trustworthy seller that will provide you with very good aftersales service. At Solaremobility, we pride ourselves of delivering a great service and quality products to our customers.

This is why we are one of the few European manufacturer of lithium-ion batteries for all types of electric mobility vehicles that offers a 2 year warranty across Europe for all our products. We can make your electric bicycle battery as per your Wh capacity and case size requirements in order for your to receive the bespoke product you want.

That’s right, by knowing the frame format of your bicycle and the riding range you want to achieve, we assess what battery case format and Ah capacity suit you best so that we can offer it to you at the absolute best online price. Not all client needs are the same, most electric mtb riders will demand high-range 18650cells battery packs to perform long distance rides. However, city e-bike users and commuters that are just entering the e-mobility world will be happy with a medium-range product.

How to change the battery of an electric bicycle

The process of updating the battery of your electric bike is really simple. If you already know the dsize, format and technical specs of your new battery, you only have to place the order and in a few days you will receive it in your home. You will only have to connect the cables and you will be able to fully enjoy your updated electric bicycle with an extended performance range.

In case you are not very knowledgeable about the world of batteries yet, do not worry! Our team of specialists will be happy to guide you through the process. You can contact us in any way you prefer.

How to charge an electric bike battery

All the batteries of our electric bikes are removable. So every time you want to get your e-kit battery charged. you will have the choice of connecting your charger to the nearest wall socket or leave your bike parked, remove the lithium-ion battery and charge the li-ion batt separately in your home or workplace.

Another important component is the charger, the type of charger you have has a direct influence on the battery’s charging time. Therefore, at Solaremobility we have an assortment of li-ion chargers that can offer you different charging times. Let us advide you on what is the best product to fit your specific needs.

All our products have a 2-year warranty against manufacturing defects across the EU.

Grail:ON CF 7 eTap

An agile, powerful gravel machine with an extra kick. Electrify your gravel riding routine with the Grail:ON CF 7 eTap’s powerful motor, big battery, and high-end components.

An agile, powerful gravel machine with an extra kick. Electrify your gravel riding routine with the Grail:ON CF 7 eTap’s powerful motor, big battery, and high-end components.

Your bike already arrives 95% built. We give you the tools. And simple instructions. No technical skills needed.

That’s our quality promise – if you’re not 100% happy with your bike, we’re not happy either. Learn more

A comfortable gravel cockpit with 4 hand positions

Vibration-absorbing comfort. Multiple hand positions. Stiffness and control. Get it all with this iconic Double Decker cockpit.

On the upper level, a carbon Flex Area gives you shock-absorbing comfort off-road. Climb efficiently on the hoods like a traditional road bike. On the really rough stuff, lock your thumbs into the central bar for more stability. And the drops are super-stiff for all-out sprinting.

Stable at speed, agile in the corners

Charge over gravel with stability and confidence. All with no agility drawbacks. The Grail:ON strikes the balance.

Huge high-speed stability. Agile, poppy handling. A comfortable riding position too. The Grail:ON provides the ideal gravel riding mix. All by combining longer wheelbases with shorter stems.

A pre-mounted bottle cage

The Grail:ON features a bottle cage as standard. Suitable with all standard bike bottles. Stay hydrated. Ride longer.

A nice little extra: the Grail:ON comes with a bottle cage already fitted. Slide in a bottle and ride.

A shock-absorbing carbon seatpost

No jolts, no road buzz. Ride comfortably on broken surfaces with this vibration-dampening carbon seatpost.

With its unique Leaf Spring design, this lightweight carbon seatpost keeps you fresh by flexing to dampen vibrations and road buzz. And the floating saddle clamp ensures that saddle tilt remains consistent, so you enjoy the shock-absorbing benefits while barely noticing the seatpost doing its work.

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Bike classification

Bikes of this category are designed for riding on hard-surface roads where the wheels remain in permanent contact to the ground. These are in general road racing bicycles with racing handlebars or straight handlebars, triathlon or time trial bicycles. The permissible maximum overall weight comprising rider, luggage and bicycle is mentioned on the CE marking on your bike. Proven cyclocross and gravel bikes with racing handlebars and cantilever or disc brakes are a special case in this category. In addition, these bikes are also suitable for gravel paths and off-road trails where a short loss of tyre contact with the ground due to small stairs or steps at a height of 15 to 20 cm can occur. The E-Bike specific information is mentioned on the CE marking on your bike. Bikes in this category provide motorised support up to 25 kph. You can ride above 25 kph, just without support.

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How to convert a bike to electric power | Electric bike conversion kits explained

The best electric bike conversion kits will enable you to add a motor to your existing bike simply and relatively cheaply – at least compared to the price of buying a whole new electric bike.

There are an increasing number of ebike conversion kits out there, and they’re getting more sophisticated and easier to install on your bike, making for a practical alternative to a new purpose-built electric bike. An electric bike conversion kit will include the motor to drive you along and the battery to power it. It also needs to include the apparatus to control the power output level. This usually takes the form of a bar-mounted display.

In addition, a kit will include sensors to detect how fast you’re travelling and your level of pedal input to ensure the power supplied matches your needs. We’ve tested a few electric bike conversion kits here at BikeRadar, but there are lots more we’re yet to try. A full test of the best electric bike conversion kits is in the works – stay tuned. If you want a more detailed explanation of the different types of kit available and things to consider when purchasing an electric bike conversion kit, then head to our explainer further down the page.

Best electric bike conversion kits 2022: our picks

Swytch electric bike conversion kit

Swytch says its electric bike conversion kit can convert any bike into an electric bike. Stan Portus / Our Media

  • Pros: Very compact; easy to install; variety of range options
  • Cons: 100mm threaded front axle only; not compatible with thru-axles

London-based Swytch makes a conversion kit that, it says, is the lightest in the world at 3kg total weight. It can convert any bike into an ebike.

The kit includes a 40Nm brushless hub-based motor that comes pre-laced into a replacement front wheel. The lithium-ion battery pack connects to your handlebars and also acts as the system controller and LCD display.

There’s a crank-mounted cadence sensor, and that’s all you need to fit to your bike to get going.

There’s a Brompton-specific kit available too, with an adaptor for the Brompton’s front luggage mount.

Depending on the range you want, there are three sizes of battery pack available, which provide a claimed range of 35km, 50km or 100km.

Swytch has recently unveiled an even more compact kit with a.sized battery that weighs just 700g and, Swytch says, gives 15km of range.

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Cytronex electric bike conversion kit

Cytronex makes electric bike conversion kits for Bromptons, as well as standard bikes. Russell Burton / Immediate Media

  • Pros: Clever sensor tech; decent range
  • Cons: Not much onboard info on battery level and range

Weighing between 3.2kg and 3.6kg, the Cytronex ebike conversion kit is another front-wheel conversion to house a hub motor, but in this case, the battery is designed to fit in a standard bottle cage.

We tested the kit on a Cannondale Quick hybrid and reckon that conversion takes around 30 minutes. The charge level is displayed via LEDs on the battery, which also houses the system controller. We got up to an impressive 48 miles on a charge.

We’ve also tested the kit on a Brompton P Line lightweight folder, where the total weight undercut the C Line-based Brompton Electric. Fit it to a C Line and it’s also cheaper than the Brompton Electric.

Electric bike conversion kits: different types explained

Electric bike conversion kits come in styles to suit all types of bike. Russell Burton / Immediate Media

There are a number of ways to electrify your existing bike for assistance up those hills: you can fit a powered wheel, either front or rear; you can attach a drive unit to the bottom bracket; you can fit a motor above the rear wheel and drive it via friction; or, most sneakily, you can conceal a motor in the seatpost.

Whether you ride a hybrid, mountain bike, road bike or even a folder, tourer or gravel bike, it should be possible to convert your bike.

Many can even be fitted by a competent home mechanic if you’re feeling handy and have an afternoon spare.

So, what are your options? Let’s take a look at the different ways to convert your non-assisted bike into an electric bike.

Powered ebike wheels

The Swytch is a good example of a readily available universal electric bike conversion kit that uses a motor at the front hub. Swytch

Fitting a powered ebike wheel is probably the most practical option for many people.

A powered ebike wheel is built around a special hub that contains a motor. This is usually powered by a separate battery.

This sounds simple, but the main downside is that it adds rotating mass to your bike, which feels harder to accelerate than non-rotating mass.

There’s a steady stream of front- and rear-wheel conversion kits on Amazon and eBay, all looking suspiciously similar, priced from around £150 and with names you’ve probably never heard of.

Be wary of systems controlled by a throttle (also called ‘twist-and-go’) though. Legally, they’re classified as electric motorcycles rather than ebikes, and need to be taxed and insured. Take a look at our guide to ebike laws for more information.

Rear-mounted friction drive ebike conversion kit

Readers of a certain age may remember earlier incarnations of these in the 1980s/90s: a box that sits on your rear wheel and powers it via friction with a rubber flywheel driven by a motor.

The idea hasn’t gone away, and lives on in devices such as the Rubbee, which promises bolt-on electric assistance for nearly any bike.

Rubbee’s base model has a claimed weight of just 2.8kg, with a 16km range that can be extended up to 48km with the top-spec, 4kg version.

It works with any wheel diameter between 16in and 29in, has an integrated carrying handle and clips on and off your seatpost. start from €579.

Concealed ebike conversion kit

The Vivax Assist hid a motor in the seat tube of the frame and applied power directly to the axle of the crank. Vivax

Now we come to the low-key way to do it – hiding a motor inside your bike so no one knows it’s there.

The Vivax Assist was the best-known device for doing this, although the company has now ceased trading. It’s the system that was used by Belgian cyclocross pro Femke Van den Driessche in 2016 to power her way to victory in her home championships. She was found out at a subsequent race, got a six-year ban and quit racing.

Vivax Assist may be no more, but we reckon this idea still has legs – at least for the budding cyclocross cheat.

Mid-drive ebike conversion kit

eBay and Amazon are awash with mid-drive motor electric bike conversion kits like this one from TongSheng. TongSheng

Many commercially available ebikes are powered with motors mounted around the bottom bracket, near the pedals.

These have the advantage of placing the weight low down on the bike, making it more stable.

This isn’t just a ready-made option though – you can also buy aftermarket conversion kits with mid-drive units.

Bafang is a brand that is increasingly focusing on complete ebikes, but it also offers a mid-drive conversion kit on Amazon, as well as wheel hub motors.

Priced from £360, Bafang says the conversion is easy to install using only a few tools to remove the bottom bracket and fit the drive on the front of the down tube.

As above, be careful of throttle-controlled kits that won’t pass the UK ebike regulations and will legally be considered a moped.

You’ll find other mid-motor systems on Amazon too, such as that from TongSheng, which is claimed to fit 95 per cent of standard bike frames and be 30 per cent lighter than a Bafang unit.

It uses a torque sensor, so should fall within the ebike regulations, and is priced from around £350 – although that doesn’t include a battery.

German brand Pendix has a mid-drive system priced from €999 to €2,190 that weighs from 5.4kg for a 28km range. It replaces a BSA bottom bracket and can be fitted to folding bikes as well as a wide range of regular machines.

Folding ebike conversion kit

The Brompton electric conversion from Electric Concepts is one of many kits available to electrify an existing Brompton. Electric Concepts

What can you do if you’ve got a folding bike and want to join the electric revolution?

Well there’s good news if you’ve got a Brompton – a number of ebike conversion kits are available. They generally work with a powered hub in the front wheel and a battery carried in a bag mounted on the front.

As discussed above, Swytch and Cytronex can both be used to convert a Brompton. Swytch’s Brompton kit is priced at £999, although discounts of up to 50 per cent are sometimes available on the site.

As with its other systems, there’s a front wheel hub motor, a clip-on power pack and a bottom bracket torque sensor. Quoted range is up to 50km.

Swytch will also build wheels for folders with other wheel sizes and different fork blade widths, such as Dahon’s models.

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Are electric bike conversion kits legal?

If your electric bike uses a throttle, it is technically classed as a moped, and must be taxed and insured as such. Simon Bromley / Our Media

Most electric bike conversion kits are legal to fit to a bike, although the precise rules differ depending on where you live.

In most of the world, the motor needs to be limited to a maximum of 250 watts of continuous power output, unless the electric bike is only used on private land.

You also need to be pedalling for the motor to work – a throttle can only operate at low speeds and assistance needs to cut out once the speed exceeds 25kph. There may be a minimum age to ride an electric bike: in the UK it’s 14.

The rules are different in the US, where higher power outputs and higher speeds are usually legal, while Australia has some variants as well, so it’s worth checking that your electric bike conversion kit is legal where you live before purchasing.

Is converting an electric bike worth it?

An electric bike conversion kit is not cheap, so you want to be sure it’s going to work for you.

You need to have a candidate bike in decent condition to justify taking the kit route.

If you’re going to have to buy a bike to fit the kit to, or going to need to make a lot of repairs to your bike to make it roadworthy, the total cost is probably going to mean it’s not a lot cheaper than buying a complete electric bike.

You need to be confident you can fit the kit yourself as well. If you’re going to have to pay a shop to fit the motor or sort things out if the conversion goes wrong, your savings over purchasing a new electric bike may dwindle quickly.

It’s also worth noting that an electric bike conversion kit may affect your bike’s handling, particularly if there’s a heavy motor and battery mounted somewhere where the bike was not designed to carry it.

Drivetrain components may not be adequately beefed up for the extra power they need to transmit and may wear or break. Factors such as torque steer may be a problem, and cabling and sensors can be unsightly.

In contrast, if you buy a complete electric bike from a reputable brand, it will have been engineered around the motor and battery, and you’ll know what the finished product looks like.

Can you convert any bike into an electric bike?

There are designs of electric bike conversion kit that will work with pretty much any type of bike. Kits are available that are engineered specifically for certain bikes, such as the folding bike conversion kits we’ve talked about above.

A design such as the Rubbee should be mountable on most bikes. However, tyre wear may be an issue with a road bike with narrower tyres, and wet-weather grip between the motor’s drive wheel and the tyre may also be a problem.

But some kits, such as those that work with a specific bottom bracket configuration, may not fit on some bikes. An unusual wheel size may also limit available options, so it’s worth checking the compatibility of your planned solution before buying.

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