Bedienung des AEG Multidisplay für E-Bikes | Prophete

Hello and welcome to
the Prophete showroom. My name is Tobias. As always,
this is about bicycles and e-bikes. I have helpful tips and tricks for you –
so pay attention! Today's topic is "Using different types of displays". The drive system supports you
while pedaling with additional motor power up to a maximum speed of 25 km/h.
If you stop pedaling while driving, the engine will switch off
automatically after a short delay. Depending on the drive system, you have between four
or five support levels.

Now I would like to show you the functions of your AEG display step by step
. You operate the drive system using the handlebar remote control on the left
handlebar grip. The control display clearly shows you all the information you
need to operate the e-bike. Pro Lock – The Pro Lock automatically unlocks the frame ring lock when
the drive system is switched on. To secure, push the lever down like you would a
traditional ring lock. Pro Key – On an e-bike with Pro Key chip technology
, the drive system is locked or unlocked. Proceed as follows to switch on the e-bike
: 1) Briefly press and hold the button on the remote control so that the Pro Key symbol appears
on the LCD control display. 2) Now hold the transponder key, not
the master key card, against the sensor field on the left side of the remote control. You switch off
the drive system by pressing and holding the button on the remote control for about 1.5 seconds
.

It is so effectively locked against unauthorized access. Remote control, on/off button
– drive system on/off. You switch the drive system on or off by pressing and holding the button on
the remote control for approx. 1.5 seconds . Display button – select display, distance,
time and speed – confirm button. Confirm selection. In the main display you can choose between
the display, distance, time and speed and confirm the selection with the
confirmation button. Operate the drive system – You can choose between 5 different driving modes
. These are ECO 1, ECO 2, Tour, Speed ​​and Boost mode. The drive system supports you
while pedaling with additional motor power up to a maximum speed of
25 km/h. If you stop pedaling while driving, the motor will switch off
automatically after a short delay. The maximum support
speed depends on the gear engaged and the selected driving mode. The higher the gear engaged,
the higher the speed supported by the mid-engine . You select the driving mode
using the buttons on the remote control. No support – control display active. ECO 1: Economical
motor support. ECO 2: low motor support.

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Tour 3: Normal motor support. Speed ​​4:
Strong motor support. Boost 5: Maximum motor support. Setting mode – In the
setting mode, you can successively reset the trip odometer
and adjust the brightness of the display. You activate the setting mode as
follows: 1) Press the buttons simultaneously for 2.5 seconds to enter the setting mode. Reset Trip Odometer – SD1 – 1) Select the
Y button if you want to reset the odometer or select the N button
to continue counting the distance. 2) Briefly confirm the selection with the button so
that you can now set the display brightness or press the button for approx. 2
seconds to exit the setting mode. Setting the display brightness – ST 2 – 1)
Then use the buttons to select the brightness level one to three. 2)
Briefly confirm the selection with the button to then be able to reset the odometer
or press the button for approx. 2 seconds
to exit the setting mode. Light button – light on/off. Pushing aid button – Switch on pushing aid – Pushing aid control
display – Pushing aid active or inactive. If you keep the button pressed
, the e-bike will accelerate up to a maximum speed of 6 km/h without any pedal movement
.

If the button is released prematurely and the pedals are not moved, the motor stops
automatically. LCD multifunction display – The distance counter / timer shows the total odometer. A distinction is made between trip, distance kilometer counter and time trip for the
distance travel time. The speed display shows the current speed.
A distinction is made here by AVG for the average speed and MAX
for the maximum speed. Battery charge level – The current charge level of the battery can be
read from the indicator lights. USB socket – With the help of the USB charging socket on the right
side of the LCD control display, you can operate or charge most devices that can be powered via
USB, e.g. smartphones . The battery of the e-bike must be
inserted and sufficiently charged for this. Switch on USB charging socket – 1) Switch off the
drive system. 2a) Open the protective cap of the USB charging socket on the LCD control display. 2b)
Connect an external device to the USB charging socket using a USB 2.0 cable.

3)
Switch the drive system back on..

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