BAFANG RM-G062 1000W-D REAR HUB MOTOR

Andy1865

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Hi all, does any body have the spec's on this direct drive hub motor please and more so the Nm it produces?
Thank you.
Andy.
 

Andy1865

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Thats a gear drive Timpo, i am looking for the direct drive hub

VOLTAGE: 52V
WATTS: 1000W
BATTERY: 17.5AH SAMSUNG BATTERY LONG RANGE WITH, ANTI THEFT LOCK
MOTOR: BAFANG RM-G062 1000W-D REAR HUB MOTOR
TORQUE: 130NM TORQUE
PEAK OUTPUT: 1500 WATTS
WHEEL SIZE: 26INCH FAT TYRE 4.0MM JUGGERNAUT KENDA TYRES WIRE BEADED
SPEED: 35MPH THROTTLE ONLY, 45MPH WITH PAS
THROTTLE: THUMB THROTTLE
PAS: 0-5 LEVELS OF PAS AND WALK MODE
LIGHTS: FRONT LED LIGHT, REAR TAIL
KEYS: X2
CHARGER: 2.5 AMP CHARGER
MUD GUARDS: FRONT AND REAR HALF COVER MUD GUARDS
BRAKES: TEKTRO AURIGA HD-E350 HYDRAULIC BRAKES- 203MM DISCS
SUSPENSION: DOUBLE SHOULDER DAMPENING GT MRK 355 FRONT ADJUSTABLE FORKS AND LOCK OUT
SEAT: SOFT AND PLUSH KNUS SILICON SEAT,AND SOFT LEATHER HANDLE BAR GRIPS
USB: USB CHARGING PORT ON THE BATTERY
CRANK: PRO WHEEL CRANK
DISPLAY UNIT: BAFANG C961 DISPLAY UNIT
CONTROLLER: 25AMP CONTROLLER
GEARS: 7 SPEED SHIMANO TOURNEY GEARS
PEDALS: WELLGO BLACK PEDALS
this is all i know about the ebike and i am told its a direct drive,
 

AHicks

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If you do a google search on the model number you've given us, it's pretty clear that's a geared hub.

Where do you see it mentioned that it's a direct drive hub? If it's the copy and paste you've done above, a geared hub and a direct drive hub are both considered rear hub motors....
 

Timpo

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Thats a gear drive Timpo, i am looking for the direct drive hub
That's exactly what I said.
You're looking for a Bafang G062 direct drive, but the G062 is geared drive.
I posted those links to confirm that they are geared drive.. and also to show the specs you're asking for.
 

JTK77

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My vented and properly greased G062.1000.DC.
I'm running it 60v 48A max, so 3000w Peak.
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JTK77

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VOLTAGE: 52V
WATTS: 1000W
BATTERY: 17.5AH SAMSUNG BATTERY LONG RANGE WITH, ANTI THEFT LOCK
MOTOR: BAFANG RM-G062 1000W-D REAR HUB MOTOR
TORQUE: 130NM TORQUE
PEAK OUTPUT: 1500 WATTS
WHEEL SIZE: 26INCH FAT TYRE 4.0MM JUGGERNAUT KENDA TYRES WIRE BEADED
SPEED: 35MPH THROTTLE ONLY, 45MPH WITH PAS
THROTTLE: THUMB THROTTLE
PAS: 0-5 LEVELS OF PAS AND WALK MODE
LIGHTS: FRONT LED LIGHT, REAR TAIL
KEYS: X2
CHARGER: 2.5 AMP CHARGER
MUD GUARDS: FRONT AND REAR HALF COVER MUD GUARDS
BRAKES: TEKTRO AURIGA HD-E350 HYDRAULIC BRAKES- 203MM DISCS
SUSPENSION: DOUBLE SHOULDER DAMPENING GT MRK 355 FRONT ADJUSTABLE FORKS AND LOCK OUT
SEAT: SOFT AND PLUSH KNUS SILICON SEAT,AND SOFT LEATHER HANDLE BAR GRIPS
USB: USB CHARGING PORT ON THE BATTERY
CRANK: PRO WHEEL CRANK
DISPLAY UNIT: BAFANG C961 DISPLAY UNIT
CONTROLLER: 25AMP CONTROLLER
GEARS: 7 SPEED SHIMANO TOURNEY GEARS
PEDALS: WELLGO BLACK PEDALS
this is all i know about the ebike and i am told its a direct driv

VOLTAGE: 52V
WATTS: 1000W
BATTERY: 17.5AH SAMSUNG BATTERY LONG RANGE WITH, ANTI THEFT LOCK
MOTOR: BAFANG RM-G062 1000W-D REAR HUB MOTOR
TORQUE: 130NM TORQUE
PEAK OUTPUT: 1500 WATTS
WHEEL SIZE: 26INCH FAT TYRE 4.0MM JUGGERNAUT KENDA TYRES WIRE BEADED
SPEED: 35MPH THROTTLE ONLY, 45MPH WITH PAS
THROTTLE: THUMB THROTTLE
PAS: 0-5 LEVELS OF PAS AND WALK MODE
LIGHTS: FRONT LED LIGHT, REAR TAIL
KEYS: X2
CHARGER: 2.5 AMP CHARGER
MUD GUARDS: FRONT AND REAR HALF COVER MUD GUARDS
BRAKES: TEKTRO AURIGA HD-E350 HYDRAULIC BRAKES- 203MM DISCS
SUSPENSION: DOUBLE SHOULDER DAMPENING GT MRK 355 FRONT ADJUSTABLE FORKS AND LOCK OUT
SEAT: SOFT AND PLUSH KNUS SILICON SEAT,AND SOFT LEATHER HANDLE BAR GRIPS
USB: USB CHARGING PORT ON THE BATTERY
CRANK: PRO WHEEL CRANK
DISPLAY UNIT: BAFANG C961 DISPLAY UNIT
CONTROLLER: 25AMP CONTROLLER
GEARS: 7 SPEED SHIMANO TOURNEY GEARS
PEDALS: WELLGO BLACK PEDALS
this is all i know about the ebike and i am told its a direct drive,
This may be bit complicated answer but I`ll try to keep it short.
Is the G062.1000 motor is capable of 130nm torque? Yes!
In what circumstances? Depends which kv version you have but lets assume the ~8rpm/v 26" labeled one. Then you would need approx 100 phase amps or 25 battery amps to produce 130nm of torque at 0-6mph range. That would also mean approx 1500w controller input power. In reality 25A controller is not going to produce 100 phase amps but likely 65A or so. This means torque of ~80nm.
Topspeed with 52v and 26" fat tires and 25A controller this bike is not going to hit 35mph on level ground throttle only. The claim is not way off though. Depending on battery DC IR it could reach maybe 33mph. For any more speed more power is needed.
Topspeed using PAS (or human power) is always bit complicated. In reality the power needed to up your speed from 33 mph against air drag is almost like a wall. The motor output dropping every mph speed increase is not helping either.
I would say this bike would do 35mph with PAS (for average person). Gearing is propably quite maxed out at this speed also.
45mph is absolutely not going to happen.
I`m running high kv G062.1000 motor in similar 26x4" setup with low DC IR 60V battery and 48A max. Real topspeed in good conditions is 42-43 mph (PAS).
 
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Andy1865

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This may be bit complicated answer but I`ll try to keep it short.
Is the G062.1000 motor is capable of 130nm torque? Yes!
In what circumstances? Depends which kv version you have but lets assume the ~8rpm/v 26" labeled one. Then you would need approx 100 phase amps or 25 battery amps to produce 130nm of torque at 0-6mph range. That would also mean approx 1500w controller input power. In reality 25A controller is not going to produce 100 phase amps but likely 65A or so. This means torque of ~80nm.
Topspeed with 52v and 26" fat tires and 25A controller this bike is not going to hit 35mph on level ground throttle only. The claim is not way off though. Depending on battery DC IR it could reach maybe 33mph. For any more speed more power is needed.
Topspeed using PAS (or human power) is always bit complicated. In reality the power needed to up your speed from 33 mph against air drag is almost like a wall. The motor output dropping every mph speed increase is not helping either.
I would say this bike would do 35mph with PAS (for average person). Gearing is propably quite maxed out at this speed also.
45mph is absolutely not going to happen.
I`m running high kv G062.1000 motor in similar 26x4" setup with low DC IR 60V battery and 48A max. Real topspeed in good conditions is 42-43 mph (PAS).
Thank you for your knowledge and input JTK77
 

Andy1865

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This may be bit complicated answer but I`ll try to keep it short.
Is the G062.1000 motor is capable of 130nm torque? Yes!
In what circumstances? Depends which kv version you have but lets assume the ~8rpm/v 26" labeled one. Then you would need approx 100 phase amps or 25 battery amps to produce 130nm of torque at 0-6mph range. That would also mean approx 1500w controller input power. In reality 25A controller is not going to produce 100 phase amps but likely 65A or so. This means torque of ~80nm.
Topspeed with 52v and 26" fat tires and 25A controller this bike is not going to hit 35mph on level ground throttle only. The claim is not way off though. Depending on battery DC IR it could reach maybe 33mph. For any more speed more power is needed.
Topspeed using PAS (or human power) is always bit complicated. In reality the power needed to up your speed from 33 mph against air drag is almost like a wall. The motor output dropping every mph speed increase is not helping either.
I would say this bike would do 35mph with PAS (for average person). Gearing is propably quite maxed out at this speed also.
45mph is absolutely not going to happen.
I`m running high kv G062.1000 motor in similar 26x4" setup with low DC IR 60V battery and 48A max. Real topspeed in good conditions is 42-43 mph (PAS).
Hi, how would i know what kv version i have please?
 

JTK77

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Hi, how would i know what kv version i have please?
Not sure if there are some other versions available but these two Wheels know. 06 is faster and 6.5 is bit slower winded.
 

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Andy1865

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Ok cheers JTK77. Mine is RM GO62 1000w D 06. So is that good that it has faster windings?
 

Andy1865

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Ok thank you JTK77. Is this a good controller?
 

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Andy1865

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Ok thank you JTK77. So coupled with a motor, controller, a C961 display and a 52v battery all would go well together??
 

JTK77

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Ok thank you JTK77. So coupled with a motor, controller, a C961 display and a 52v battery all would go well together??
Should work fine. Phase/hall sensor wiring order of course can always need adjusting (connector PIN order).
 

kmccune

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This may be bit complicated answer but I`ll try to keep it short.
Is the G062.1000 motor is capable of 130nm torque? Yes!
In what circumstances? Depends which kv version you have but lets assume the ~8rpm/v 26" labeled one. Then you would need approx 100 phase amps or 25 battery amps to produce 130nm of torque at 0-6mph range. That would also mean approx 1500w controller input power. In reality 25A controller is not going to produce 100 phase amps but likely 65A or so. This means torque of ~80nm.
Topspeed with 52v and 26" fat tires and 25A controller this bike is not going to hit 35mph on level ground throttle only. The claim is not way off though. Depending on battery DC IR it could reach maybe 33mph. For any more speed more power is needed.
Topspeed using PAS (or human power) is always bit complicated. In reality the power needed to up your speed from 33 mph against air drag is almost like a wall. The motor output dropping every mph speed increase is not helping either.
I would say this bike would do 35mph with PAS (for average person). Gearing is propably quite maxed out at this speed also.
45mph is absolutely not going to happen.
I`m running high kv G062.1000 motor in similar 26x4" setup with low DC IR 60V battery and 48A max. Real topspeed in good conditions is 42-43 mph (PAS).
How do you keep dirt and water out of it?