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uSer ManuaL
aS THe orIGInaL oPeraTInG ManuaL
DIn en 15194 / DIn en 82079-1
e-BIKe
( PeDeLeC/ePaC )
Sales:
Hermann Hartje KG
Tel: +49 (0)4251 811 500
info@hartje�de
www�hartje�de

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    uSer ManuaL aS THe orIGInaL oPeraTInG ManuaL DIn en 15194 / DIn en 82079-1 e-BIKe ( PeDeLeC/ePaC ) Sales: Hermann Hartje KG Tel: +49 (0)4251 811 500 info@hartje�de www�hartje�de...

  • Page 3: Bike Components

    1 e-bike components All other functions and safety devices are identical� Familiarise The BOSCH drive systems “Active Line” and “Performance Line” consist of the components shown here� The two drive systems dif- yourself with operation, the functions as well as the care and maintenance notes�...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents 1 E-bike components � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � �3 5.3 Terms � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 15 2 In an emergency �...

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    Table of contents 11 Start-up� � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � �24 7.4.1 Overheat protection � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 21 7.4.2 Electronic cell protection (ECP) �...

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    Table of contents 12.2.2 Insertion and removal � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 32 12.2.16 Setting the level of assistance � � � � � � � � � � � � � 42 12.2.3 Removal lock �...

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    Table of contents 13.1 Notes on the key � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 57 13.2 Speed sensor � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 58 14 Error messages �...

  • Page 8: In An Emergency

    In an emergency 2 In an emergency 2� For short-term temporary storage, select an outdoor location and, if possible, place the rechargeable battery in a fire-proof container or on the soil� You can find notes on handling the rechargeable battery in this user manual�...

  • Page 9: Tuning Or Manipulations

    Tuning or manipulations 3 Tuning or manipulations – You can cause irreparable damage to your e-bike by tuning it. – The frame, wheels and brakes are not designed for higher WarnInG speeds� any modification to the drive system leads to the invalida- –...

  • Page 10: Safety

    Safety 4 Safety There are safety notes in the following categories: WarnInG 4.1 General notes and information The signal word “Warning” designates a hazard with mod- 4.1.1 Be absolutely sure to read the warning erate degree of risk which may lead to death or severe injury if not avoided�...

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    Safety WarnInG WarnInG The e-bike, rechargeable battery and the charger may There is an increased risk of accident and injury if the only be used by persons, who are able to act without bicycle is used in an improper manner or with disregard restriction with respect to their mental and physical abili- for regulations�...

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    Safety WarnInG CauTIon Rechargeable batteries that have caught fire are very dif- Lithium could be leaked if the rechargeable battery is ficult to extinguish; the cells affected must burn down in damaged� Lithium causes severe burns to the skin� a controlled manner� Responding properly may prevent Danger to health and the environment! severe damages�...

  • Page 13: Charger

    Safety 4.1.3 Charger CauTIon WarnInG Incorrect use of the rechargeable battery could cause damage to the rechargeable battery, the drive or sur- Incorrect handling of electrical current and corresponding rounding objects, e�g� due to overheating� components poses a risk to life due to electric shock� risk of damage! risk to life! •...

  • Page 14: Residual Risks

    Basic information 4.2.2 Fire hazard • Only have the charger repaired by qualified profession- als with original spare parts� Internal, invisible damage can cause the rechargeable battery to • Only use the charger to charge the original recharge- catch fire and ignite objects in the surrounding area (see chapter able battery or equivalent replacement rechargeable “In an emergency”)�...

  • Page 15: Symbols In This Manual

    Basic information Label for environmentally-harmful hazardous sub- – Lists begin with a so-called dash� stances. Exercise special caution when handling prod- ucts labelled as such� Observe disposal guidelines! note: Supplementary notes regarding steps to be per- formed or use� Label for waste materials intended for recycling� Sort the packaging before you dispose of it�...

  • Page 16: Written Labels

    Notes on the e-bike 6 notes on the e-bike Temperature limits: Minimum and maximum temperature at which the corresponding component may be used� At the same time, both the temperature limits for the component as well as for the E-bikes are available with a speed of up to 25 km/h or with a speed ambient temperature may be specified�...

  • Page 17: Special Characteristics Of

    Notes on the e-bike • You should therefore cycle attentively. Keep in mind that – Driving licence other road users must get used to the increased speed of – Compulsory insurance and requirement to register the bike the e-bike� – Operating licence –...

  • Page 18: Functionality

    Notes on the e-bike 6.4 Functionality Lack of care and maintenance may reduce the range� • Handle the e-bike with care and observe all notes regarding The drive only provides you with riding assistance when you pedal� the rechargeable battery in this user manual� The intensity of assistance is automatically adjusted depending on •...

  • Page 19: Cycling With An Empty Rechargeable Battery

    General notes on the rechargeable battery 7  General notes on the 6.7 Drive overheat protection rechargeable battery CauTIon The drive and rechargeable battery can become very hot Your e-bike is equipped with a high-quality lithium-ion rechargea- ble battery (Li-ion rechargeable battery)� Li-ion rechargeable bat- if a fault is at hand.

  • Page 20: Charging Times

    General notes on the rechargeable battery • Keep in mind that you will get used to cycling with electrical • If you are not using the rechargeable battery for a prolonged assistance after a while� This may result in a perceived drop period of time, it is best to store the rechargeable battery in a in the output of the rechargeable battery�...

  • Page 21: Protective Equipment

    Notes on use • Contact the forwarding company or your specialist bicycle dealer directly for information regarding the transportation of the rechargeable battery and suitable transport packaging� note: To transport the e-bike, read the chapter “Notes / Use / Transport”� Fig.: Error display 7.4 Protective equipment 1 Overheat protection...

  • Page 22: Areas Of Application Of The Rechargeable Battery And Charger

    Notes on use • Ensure that you regularly obtain information regarding changes gefertigt nach DIN 15194 to the content of valid regulations� Nenndauerleistung 250W bis 25km/h 8.2  areas of application of the zulässiges Gesamtgewicht Hermann Hartje KG Deichstraße 120-122 rechargeable battery and charger 27318 Hoya/Weser Germany www.e-rad.de...

  • Page 23: Transport

    Transport 9 Transport With e-bikes, the forces from braking and lateral forces that act on the bike rack are stronger than with conventional bicycles� WarnInG • Check whether your bike rack is suitable for e-bikes� • Ask your specialist dealer about suitable bike racks for your The lithium ion rechargeable battery is considered a dan- e-bike�...

  • Page 24: Packaging

    Start-up 10.1 Packaging CauTIon • Dispose of the packaging material for environmentally-friendly The e-bike may respond in a manner other than you recycling using the collection systems provided� expect if operated incorrectly. 10.2 rechargeable battery and charger risk of injury! • Read the chapter “Operation” completely before you •...

  • Page 25: Inspection Instructions

    – Only use in a dry environment� – Only charge the rechargeable battery of the Bosch e-bike� Other rechargeable batteries may explode and cause injury. – Do not replace the mains cord� This poses a risk of fire and explosion.

  • Page 26: Removing The Rechargeable Battery

    Start-up 11.4.3 removing the rechargeable battery 7° noTICe The electronic system could be damaged� risk of damage! • Always switch off the e-bike before you take the re- chargeable battery out of the holder� 1� To switch off the e-bike, push the button on the recharge- able battery or the button on the control computer (see...

  • Page 27: Operation

    Operation Fig.: Rack rechargeable battery Fig.: Frame-integrated rechargeable battery 1 Key 2 Holder 1 Closure 2 Charging slot 4� Frame-integrated rechargeable battery: 12 operation • Carefully tilt the rechargeable battery out of the top holder into the restraint� Press on the restraint from above and tip 12.1 rechargeable battery the rechargeable battery until you can pull it out of the frame (see Fig�: “Frame-integrated rechargeable battery”)�...

  • Page 28: Charging Indicator

    Operation 12.1.2 Charging indicator 2� Rack rechargeable battery: • Push the rechargeable battery with the contacts facing The rechargeable battery is equipped with a charging indicator on forward into the rechargeable battery holder until the re- the left side and on the lower side (see Fig�: “Charging indicator”)� chargeable battery locks into the holder�...

  • Page 29: Checking The Charge Level Of The Rechargeable Battery

    Operation 12.1.3  Checking the charge level of the 12.1.4 Charging the battery rechargeable battery WarnInG 12.1.3.1 rechargeable battery removed If you notice heat, an odour or damages while charging: 1� Push the button on the rechargeable battery� risk of fire and injury! 2�...

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    Operation • If you cannot park your e-bike under shelter, remove the re- • Have your specialist dealer check the rechargeable bat- chargeable battery to charge it (see chapter “Operation / Re- tery and charger� chargeable battery / Removing the rechargeable battery”)� 1�...

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    Operation The charging process will start� The charging progress is displayed on the charging indicator of the rechargeable battery (see chapter “Charging indicator”)� 11� Monitor the charging process� Fig.: Inserted rechargeable battery 1 Charging slot Fig.: Device jack on the charger 1 Device jack 3 Charger 2 Device plug...

  • Page 32: Control Computer

    Operation 12.2 Control computer 12.2.1 Switching on and off If the control computer is not inserted in the holder, it can be switched on separately to read the cycling data and for settings (see following chapter “Insertion and removal”)� note:After 1 minute of inactivity, the control computer, which has been removed, will automatically switch off�...

  • Page 33: Removal Lock

    Operation 1� Disconnect the holder from the handlebars� noTICe 2� Place the control computer in the holder� Attempting to remove the control computer when the 3� Screw the blocking screw (M3 × 8 mm) into the threading of removal lock is engaged will damage the holder the holder from below (see Fig�: “Control computer holder”)�...

  • Page 34: Charging The Control Computer

    Operation • Charge the control computer (see following chapter “Charg- 7� Use the button on the rechargeable battery to switch the ing the control computer”)� e-bike on� 12.2.5.2 Via uSB 1� Open the cover (see Fig�: “USB port”)� 2� Use a USB 2.0 cable to connect the USB jack of the control computer to a commercially available USB charger or the USB port on a computer.

  • Page 35: Changing The Batteries

    Operation 12.2.6 Changing the batteries WarnInG note: This chapter applies only to the Purion control computer. It If you do not concentrate on the road traffic, you will is powered by two CR2016 batteries� Change the batteries when endanger yourself and other road users� the message “LOW BAT”...

  • Page 36: Activating The E-bike

    Operation 12.2.7 activating the e-bike note: Do not apply pressure to the pedals during activation� To switch on the e-bike • push the button on the rechargeable battery or • push the button when the control computer is inserted (see chapter “Operation / Control computer”) or •...

  • Page 37: Using The Drive

    Operation 12.2.8 using the drive – The drive will automatically activate as soon as you pedal� – The drive will automatically switch off when you are not pedal- ling or when you reach a speed of 25 km/h or 45 km/h� –...

  • Page 38: Cycling Data

    Operation If no bar is shown, the rechargeable battery charge for the drive – average: the average speed attained since the last reset� has been used up� The drive will be deactivated� The display and – Maximum: the maximum speed attained since the last reset. lighting will be supplied with energy for another 2 hours�...

  • Page 39: Resetting The Indicators (reset)

    Operation – nuVinci pedalling frequency/gear (only for models with a “NuVinci H|Sync” gear shift):Displaying and setting the desired pedalling frequency and the gear. note: You can access this view directly by pushing the button for 1 second� • Change the desired pedalling frequency or the gear by push- ing the –...

  • Page 40: Optional Basic Settings

    Operation 12.2.12 optional basic settings – Time format: The time is displayed in 12 or 24 hour format� – Time: Changing the time� note: This chapter only applies to the “ActiveLine” or “Perfor- note: Pushing and holding the – (minus) or + (plus) buttons manceLine”...

  • Page 41: Purion Basic Settings

    Operation 12.2.13 Purion basic settings note: For the display of the basic settings on the “Purion control computer” please refer to the figure “Purion control computer”� action Keys Time Switching on the control computer A A A L K K K K K L L K K K K A A L...

  • Page 42: Setting The Level Of Assistance

    Operation 12.2.16 Setting the level of assistance eMTB: optimal support, sporty start, improved dynamics, maxi- mum performance� TurBo: Maximum assistance, supporting the highest cadence for sportive riding� The level of assistance is shown on the control computer� As a bar diagram for the “ActiveLine” or “PerformanceLine” and as a checkmark for the “Nyon”...

  • Page 43: System Query With Usb

    Operation 12.2.19 System query with uSB noTICe note: You can use the USB port to connect a diagnosis system Irreparable damages may occur if the USB port is used from the “Purion” model and check the version status of the sub- incorrectly�...

  • Page 44: Walk Assistance

    Operation 12.2.20 Walk assistance Walk assistance will be deactivated as soon as one of the following events occurs: CauTIon You release the WaLK button� – – The wheels of the e-bike are blocked, e�g� by braking or run- If used incorrectly, your limbs could get caught in rotating ning into an obstacle�...

  • Page 45: Nyon Option

    AppStore for Apple iPhones or Google PlayStore Recording of cycling data • for Android devices. In addition to the free “Bosch eBike Connect” Real-time indicator of cycling data • app, various premium functions are available subject to a charge�...

  • Page 46: Start-up

    Operation 12.2.22 Start-up The Nyon control computer is shipped with a partially charged rechargeable battery� • Charge the rechargeable battery before first use (see chapter “Operation / Control computer / Charging the control computer”)� note: Registration is required to use the functions in their entirety (see “Login with registration”)�...

  • Page 47: Login With Registration

    / Control computer”)� risk of accident and injury! 2� Load the “Bosch eBike Connect” app on your smartphone • Operate the control computer with the control unit in and use the app to register (see “www�eBike-Connect�com”)�...

  • Page 48: Operating Notes

    Operation 12.2.23 operating notes 12.2.24 Buttons on the control computer • Operate all functions and views with the joystick and the The control computer is equipped with the following buttons. button: – button: Switching the control computer or the e-bike on and •...

  • Page 49: Setting The Operating Mode

    Operation 12.2.25.3 Setting the operating mode 12.2.26 Status indicators 1� Move the joystick to the right� The status indicators will be displayed depending on the operating mode and the selected settings� The available settings will be shown on top of the active operating mode�...

  • Page 50: Operating Modes In The Main Menu

    Operation 12.2.27 operating modes in the main menu Symbol name Description Displaying the time Symbol operating mode Function 00:00 Time (determined by the GPS)� Internal rechargea- Dashboard Indicator for statistical data Indicator for the remaining (inter- ble battery nal) rechargeable battery power� (position “A”) ride Displays the current cycling data...

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    Operation Fig.: “Dashboard” screen Fig.: “Dashboard” screen 1 Time 4 Total kilometres 1 Time 5 Comparison with the previous month 2 Costs 5 Savings 2 Total kilometres 6 Trip kilometres 3 Trees preserved 6 Calculation period 3 Monthly kilometres 7 Connection status 4 Speed 8 Synchronisation information ride...

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    For a fee, you can expand this area on your smartphone with the “Bosch eBike Connect” app or download other maps� Once the control computer is activated, it automatically looks for satellites to receive GPS signals�...

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    Operation Fig.: Screen “Map and navigation” Fig.: Screen “Map and navigation” 1 Time 5 Route instruction 1 Time 5 Route instruction 2 Map 6 Arrival time 2 Map 6 Arrival time 3 Compass 7 Zoom 3 Compass 7 Speed 4 Average speed 8 Distance to destination 4 Gear recommendation 8 Distance to destination...

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    If you use a chest strap, the heart 4 Pedalling frequency 9 Fitness effect rate is shown in the indicator instead of “Performance”. You can 5 Average speed find compatible chest strap models in the online user manual at www.Bosch-eBike.com/nyon-manual�...

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    To reset the data to “0”, select the setting “Reset counter”� • Push the joystick� The menu item “Custom screen” (user-defined screen) shows the values set via a smartphone or the “Bosch eBike Connect” online portal� Settings Displaying the basic settings of the control computer�...

  • Page 56: Resetting The Operating Computer

    Operation – Selection of the language� – Selection of the time zone. – Map and navigation: Configure the map visualisation� Ad- justing the visualisation depending on the ambient brightness� – Brightness: Adjusting the display brightness� – My nyon: – Create a new user profile� –...

  • Page 57: Care

    Care 13 Care WarnInG Regular care will ensure that your e-bike stays safe and reliable� When performing care, maintenance and repairs, there is a risk associated with the electrical current� • Wipe the e-bike components clean with a damp cloth (see chapter “E-bike components”)� risk of electric shock and short circuit! •...

  • Page 58: Speed Sensor

    Care 13.2 Speed sensor If the distance is too small or too great, the speed indicator on the control computer will not work and the e-bike drive will operate in The speed sensor and the corresponding spoke magnet must be the emergency programme� mounted so that the spoke magnet is at least 5 mm and no more 1�...

  • Page 59

    Care WarnInG When working with an inserted rechargeable battery or connected charger, there is a risk of electric shock risk of electric shock! • Check whether the mains plug of the charger has been pulled out off the socket� • Remove the rechargeable battery� •...

  • Page 60: Error Messages

    Error messages 14 error messages Display error source Measure 410 /418 Button(s) blocked Check the buttons and clean them if necessary� Control computer connection Check the cable connections and contacts (visual check)� Configuration Restart the e-bike� Drive unit connection Check the cable connections and contacts (visual check)� Rechargeable battery connection Check the cable connections and contacts (visual check)�...

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    Error messages Display error source Measure Overheating of the drive unit - 1) Switch the e-bike off� - 2) Let the motor cool off� - 3) Select a low riding mode� USB consumer Disconnect the external device from the USB port and restart the e-bike. Software version Restart the e-bike Authentication...

  • Page 62: Rechargeable Battery

    Error messages Display error source Measure Rechargeable battery collective mes- - 1) Switch the e-bike off� sage - 2) Remove the rechargeable battery and check it with the button� - 3) If the rechargeable battery is charged, insert it and start the e-bike. Software version Have your specialist dealer perform an update�...

  • Page 63: Technical Data

    Technical data 15 Technical data Maximum torque: 40 Nm (ActiveLine 310) 50 Nm (ActiveLine 250/350) 15.1 Control computer 63 Nm (PerformanceLine Cruise) 75 Nm (PerformanceLine CX) Storage temperature: -10 °C to +50 °C Storage temperature: -10 °C to +50 °C Permissible charging temper- Weight: 3 kg (ActiveLine 310) 0 °C to +40 °C...

  • Page 64: Standard Charger

    Technical data 15.5 Standard charger 15.6 Compact charger Input: 207 to 264 V ~ (47-63 Hz) Input: 90 to 264 V ~ (47-63 Hz) Output: 36 V Output: 36 V Frequency: 47 to 63 Hz Frequency: 47 to 63 Hz Storage temperature: -10 °C to +50 °C Storage temperature: -10 °C to +50 °C...

  • Page 65: Declaration Of Conformity

    Declaration of conformity...

  • Page 66: Legal Notice

    Legal notice 17 Legal notice The user manual is a supplemental user manual for your bicycle responsible for sales and marketing and meets the requirements and the domain of validity of the DIN EN 15194 and DIN EN 82079-1 standards. Hermann Hartje KG Deichstrasse 120–122 ©...

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    Presented by Sales: Hermann Hartje KG Tel: +49 (0)4251 811 500 info@hartje�de www�hartje�de...

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