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Battery Pack

Han-Win Tech eBike battery packs passed the CEFCC Certifications
      • e-Bike and e-Scooter
In the last few years, a new generation of electric bicycles has begun to revolutionize our idea of environmentally friendly transportation. These new cycles have all the convenience of cars with all the simple economy of ordinary cycles.
Electric bicycles are rapidly becoming popular. They are used for commuting, recreation and even deliver goods. The chart shows the growth in sales of what the manufacturers refer to as "electric power-assisted cycles (EPACs)" in European countries over the last decade. Over a million electric bikes were sold in Europe in 2014 alone, which is about 6 percent of total E
uropean bicycle sales. Three countries accounted for almost three quarters of all the sales (Germany, 42%; the Netherlands, 20%; and Belgium, 11%). Data sourced from "European Bicycle Market: 2015", courtesy of CONEBI (Confederation of the European Bicycle Industry).

The batteries are the most important parts of the bike, because they contain all the power that will drive you along. Typical electric bike batteries make about 350–500 W of power (that's about 35–50 volts and 10 amps). Han-Win now have two types of battery packs which composed with 18650 cells: rear rack and down tube which are fit most frame deisgn of electric bike. These packs support 48V or 36V motor and the capacities could be up to 14Ah.

Our battery packs can communicate with motor control system via RS232, RS485 and CANBus, so your system can pick up a proper one and offer the most smoothly and efficiently  control. 


      • BESS (Battery Energy Storage System)
Electrical energy cannot be stored directly, but it can be stored in other forms and then converted back to electricity when needed. 
lithium ion (Li-ion) batteries offer the best mix of performance specifications for most energy storage applications.
Lithium ion (Li-ion)-based energy storage systems continue to gain popularity with increasing
deployments around the world. Research estimates 696.7 MW of energy storage projects have been announced in the 2014–2015 period (excluding pumped storage). North America represents the majority of new project announcements with 436.4 MW; California accounts for nearly half of this announced capacity. Asia Pacific and Western Europe are the next leading regions, with 165.1 MW and 95.2 MW of new projects announced, respectively.