First test in the vineyard at Vaihingen
June 20th 2007, I had a first opportunity to test a lithium model of Innoscooter. To compare, I have no declaration for the gradient of the street.
So I can only say, the lithium model is so much lighter than my E-Max S, that I nearly moved the scooter up in the air, as I parked it on the center stand.
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|Innoscooter 2500 Lithium electric scooter|
|At a small gradient at Handenberg, first test compare with the E-Max S. Uphill 35 vs 40 km/h, downhill 55 vs 75 km/h.|
|Scooter with lithium polymer batteries|
|The chest below the helmet locker is designed for 3 of 4 pieces 38 Ah Silicon sealed lead acid batteries. There is much place left beside the 50 Ah 48 V lithium polymer battery.|
|Electric scooter with Integrated charger|
|At the model with 4 * 38 Ah lead batteries is here the last battery. In the lithium model enough place for a 300 Watt charger.|
|The electric scooter family|
|In the garage from left to right: An E-Max S, the Innoscooter 2500, the head of the family and Mr. Deinlein on a home visit to repair an E-Max.|