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Bosch 0 275 007 025 Owner's Manual

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Robert Bosch GmbH
Bosch eBike Systems
72703 Reutlingen
Germany
www.bosch-ebike.com
0 276 001 SPUen (2014.04) T / 34
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Owner's Manual — The Bosch Drive System
Drive Unit | Intuvia | PowerPack | Charger
0 275 007 025 | 1 270 020 909 | 0 275 007 524/525 | 0 275 007 906
en Original instructions
This manual contains important safety,
performance and service information.
Read and understand it along with the
information provided to you by your
bicycle manufacturer before using the
product, and keep it for reference.
Age: 16+

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    Germany Drive Unit | Intuvia | PowerPack | Charger www.bosch-ebike.com 0 275 007 025 | 1 270 020 909 | 0 275 007 524/525 | 0 275 007 906 0 276 001 SPUen (2014.04) T / 34 en Original instructions This manual contains important safety, performance and service information.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Using your Operator’s Manual ....3 Bosch Drive System Overview ......4 Bicycle Views .

  • Page 3: Introduction

    Introduction Thank You for Purchasing a Bosch Drive System Equipped Bicycle! Your Bosch eBike system team appreciates having you as a customer and wishes you many years of safe and satisfied use of your bicycle.  This manual is intended to be read together with the General Warnings separate user manual provided with your bicycle.

  • Page 4: Bosch Drive System Overview

    English–4 Bosch Drive System Overview Bicycle View (Standard) Bosch Drive System Components All representations of bike components, with the exception of the eBike components, are schematic and can deviate from your eBike. 3 Display unitIntuvia 9 Drive unit 10 Operating unit A8 Standard battery pack“PowerPack”...

  • Page 5

    English–5 Bicycle View (Rack-Type) Bosch Drive System Components All representations of bike components, with the exception of the eBike components, are schematic and can deviate from your eBike. 3 Display unitIntuvia 9 Drive unit 10 Operating unit A2 Rack-type battery pack“PowerPack”...

  • Page 6: Component Views

    11 Display function button “i” on the operating unit 12 Reduce assistance/scroll down button “–” 13 Increase assistance/scroll up button “+” 14 Push assistance button “WALK”* *Not executable in some countries 0 276 001 SPUen | (23.4.14) Bosch eBike Systems...

  • Page 7: Product Features

    A2 Rack-type battery pack C6 Socket for charge connector A3 Operation and charge-control indicator C7 Charge socket cover A4 On/Off button A5 Key for the battery pack lock A6 Battery pack lock Bosch eBike Systems 0 276 001 SPUen | (23.4.14)

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    English–8 Component View (Charger) Product Features C1 Battery charger C2 Charger socket C3 Plug-in connector C5 Charge connector 0 276 001 SPUen | (23.4.14) Bosch eBike Systems...

  • Page 9: On-product Warning Labels

    For safe operation see manual. Risk of electric shock. Dry location use only. Charge only batteries of WARNING the Bosch eBike Systems. Other batteries may burst causing personal damage. Do not replace the plug 0 275 007 906 assembly as risk of fire or electric shock may result.

  • Page 10: Operating Your Bosch Drive System

    – Once you are in a stable position, turn the Bosch Display WARNING Unit on. The Bosch Drive System will always start-up in ...

  • Page 11: Operation

    Setting the Assistance Level The level of assistance of the eBike drive unit when pedal- ing can be adjusted via the operating unit. The assistance level can be changed anytime, even during riding. Bosch eBike Systems 0 276 001 SPUen | (23.4.14)

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    When the diplay unit is removed from the holder 4, all func- level is reset to “OFF”. tion values remain stored and can be viewed. 0 276 001 SPUen | (23.4.14) Bosch eBike Systems...

  • Page 13

    – Weight of the eBike, rider and equipment/luggage. have the eBike checked before attempting new trips.  WARNING: Have all checks and repairs performed only by an authorized Bosch eBike dealer. Bosch eBike Systems 0 276 001 SPUen | (23.4.14)

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     Always use an approved and compatible bicycle rack when transporting your eBike. The Bosch Drive Sys- tem adds weight to the bicycle. Refer to your bicycle rack manual to be sure your eBike is compatible. Over- loading a bike rack can result in death or serious injury.

  • Page 15: Maintenance/cleaning

    In case the keys are lost, please contact an autho- rized Bosch eBike dealer. Please provide the name of the manufacturer and the number of the key.  Do not paint any components of the Bosch Drive Sys- tem as this may cause premature failure of the com- ponents.

  • Page 16: Storing

    You can replace it yourself by purchasing a genuine Bosch PowerPack from an authorized Bosch eBike dealer. Recharging the Battery Pack Before and During Storage When not using the battery pack for a longer period, charge it to approx.

  • Page 17: Bosch Drive System Components

    Uninten- tional activation of the eBike system poses a risk of injury.  Use only original Bosch battery packs approved for your eBike by the manufacturer. Using other battery packs can lead to injuries and pose a fire hazard. When using other battery packs, the warranty is void and Bosch shall not assume any liability.

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    11 Display function button “i” on the operating unit 12 Reduce assistance/scroll down button “–” 13 Increase assistance/scroll up button “+” 14 Push assistance button “WALK”* *Not executable in some countries 0 276 001 SPUen | (23.4.14) Bosch eBike Systems...

  • Page 19: Technical Data

    Technical Data Drive unit Inserting and Removing the Battery Pack Article number 0 275 007 025 To insert or remove the battery pack in/from the eBike, Power please read and follow the battery pack operating instruc- Torque at drive, max.

  • Page 20

    Bosch eBike dealer. USB port (e.g., various mobile phones). A prerequisite for the charging is that the display unit and a Operation sufficiently charged battery pack are inserted in the eBike.

  • Page 21: Lithium-ion Battery Pack "powerpack

     Use the battery pack only together with eBikes that Protect the battery pack against heat (e.g., tem- have an original Bosch eBike drive system. This is the perature > 140 °F), fire and immersing into wa- only way to protect the battery pack against dangerous max.140°F...

  • Page 22

    A2 Rack-type battery pack C6 Socket for charge connector A3 Operation and charge-control indicator C7 Charge socket cover A4 On/Off button A5 Key for the battery pack lock A6 Battery pack lock 0 276 001 SPUen | (23.4.14) Bosch eBike Systems...

  • Page 23: Charging The Battery Pack

    English–23 Technical Data Charging the Battery Pack  Only use the Bosch charger provided with your eBike Lithium-ion battery pack PowerPack 400 or an identical original Bosch charger. Only this char- Article number ger is matched to the lithium-ion battery pack used in –...

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    A1 of the rear rack/carrier.  Always check that the battery pack is locked in place. To do this, pull on the battery pack handle (after the key has been removed). 0 276 001 SPUen | (23.4.14) Bosch eBike Systems...

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    English–25 Operation Initial Operation  Use only original Bosch battery packs approved for your eBike by the manufacturer and purchased from a trusted source. Use of non-approved or counterfeit battery packs can lead to death or serious injury. Switching On and Off Switching the battery pack on is one of the ways of starting the eBike system.

  • Page 26: Charger

    Keep the charger away from rain and moisture. – Dry location use only. The penetration of water into a battery charger in- – Only charge batteries for the Bosch eBike System. creases the risk of an electric shock. Other batteries may burst causing personal damage.

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    English–27 Product Description and Specifications Product Features C1 Battery charger C2 Charger socket C3 Plug-in connector C5 Charge connector Bosch eBike Systems 0 276 001 SPUen | (23.4.14)

  • Page 28

    Plug the charger plug C3 of the power cord into the charger socket C2 of the charger. Connect the power supply cable (country-specific) to the household electricity supply. 0 276 001 SPUen | (23.4.14) Bosch eBike Systems...

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    Bosch eBike Systems 0 276 001 SPUen | (23.4.14)

  • Page 30: Troubleshooting

    Bosch eBike dealer. Illumination error Check the light and the associated wiring. Restart the system. If the problem persists, contact your Bosch eBike dealer. Error of the speed sensor Restart the system. If the problem persists, contact your Bosch eBike dealer.

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    Restart the system. If the problem persists, contact your Bosch eBike dealer. Software version error Contact your Bosch eBike dealer so that he can perform a software update. Internal error in the display unit Restart your eBike system by switching it off and back on.

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    Corrective Action Two LEDs of the battery pack flashing. Battery pack defective Contact your Bosch eBike dealer. Three LEDs of the battery pack flashing. Battery pack too warm or too cold Disconnect the battery from the charger until the charging temperature range has been reached.

  • Page 33: Battery Recycling Program

    Do not dispose of eBikes and their components with the household waste! You may recycle your Bosch battery pack by calling 1-800-822-8837. Bosch eBike Systems 0 276 001 SPUen | (23.4.14)

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  • #unknown Mar 11, 2017 09:30:
    My display Unit v5.5.1.0 Has a setting for Shift recom. either On or Off. The manual dose not make reference to this Setting. Please explain. It is indicated that the micro USB port on the side of the display can be used to charge (example) a iPhone. If this is true does one need a micro male on each end of the cable? Also what is the reason the WALK button on the controller is not able to funection in the U.S.? There are many times pushing the bike up a slippery incline when it would be nice.
  • Robert Duff Mar 11, 2017 09:07:
    My display Unit v5.5.1.0 Has a setting for Shift recom. either On or Off. The manual dose not make reference to this Setting. Please explain. It is indicated that the micro USB port on the side of the display can be used to charge (example) a iPhone. If this is true does one need a micro male on each end of the cable? Also what is the reason the WALK button on the controller is not able to funection in the U.S.? There are many times pushing the bike up a slippery incline when it would be nice.