Integrated batteries

into the Swobbee system

GREENPACK BATTERY

The start-up GreenPack based in Berlin has developed a standardized, portable battery, which is being used by more than 30 electro-mobility applications in the meantime – from cargo e-bikes to weed tillers.

Details of the device

Dimensions
368mm x 218mm x 88mm (L/H/W)

Weight
9.5 kg

Voltage
48V (charging voltage 58.8V)

Lithium-ion battery
Powerful 18650 lithium-ion round cells

Interface
Standardized electrical & geometric interfaces

System
Advanced battery management system (BMS) with temperature control

Discharge current
Maximum at 25A continuous current (max. 30 seconds 60A)

Plug
Waterproof sealed plug

Communication
With charging or terminal equipment via CAN bus

Certificates
UN 38.3 and IEC 62133

Kumpan battery

The Remagen family business Kumpan Electric produces stylish e-scooters in a retro look. Kumpan has developed its own high-performance battery, the “Kraftpaket”.

Details of the device

Dimensions
213mm/394mm/89mm (L/H/B)

Weight
9.9 kg

Voltage
51.38V

Lithium-ion
battery
Powerful 18650 lithium-ion round cells

Interface
Standardized electrical & geometric interfaces

Discharge current
Maximum at 70A continuous current

Communication
With charging or terminal equipment via CAN bus

Certificates
UN 38.3

Torrot Battery

This battery is produced by a Spanish company that develops and distributes only electric vehicles.

Details of the device

Dimensions
535mm/98mm/160mm (L/H/B)

Weight
10 kg

Voltage
46.8V (charging voltage 54.6V)

Lithium-ion
battery
Powerful 18650 lithium-ion round cells

Discharge current
Maximum at 50A continuous current

Communication
With charging or terminal equipment via CAN bus

Certificates
UN 38.3

OKAI Battery

With 17 years of experience, OKAI manufactures world-class light electric vehicles. with numerous international patents.

Details of the device

Dimensions
388mm/78mm/115mm (L/H/B)

Weight
6 kg

Voltage
48V (charging voltage 54.6V)

Lithium-ion
battery
Powerful 18650 lithium-ion round cells

Interface
Standardized electrical & geometric interfaces

Discharge current
Maximum at 20A continuous current

Communication
With charging or terminal equipment via CAN bus

Certificates
UN 38.3 and IEC 62133