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 What is Motor?
Motor is a device, which converts electrical energy into mechanical energy.
  • ZON bikes are fitted with Brushless Hub Motor.
  • This is a permanent magnet DC Motor with brushes replaced by rotor position sensors and semiconductor switches.
  • As this Motor is placed directly in the wheel, smooth torque is obtained.
  • Wear & tear and fictional losses are minimized. Motors are rated in terms of voltage and power output in Watts.
 Key Components - Motor
In general electric bikes use wheel-hub DC motors which are of brushless DC hub motors. This is either fixed in the front or rear wheel. The size of the motor varies with the power of the bike such as 250w, 500w or 800w. Motors are rated in terms of voltage and output power (Watts).There is two categories of Motors,
BDC - Brushed DC Motors

BLDC - Brushless DC Motors ZON bikes come with brushless DC motors.

Slick and discreet, the hub motor is steadily emerging as the standard drive method for not just ebikes, but scooters, solar cars, and many other light electric vehicles. With a hub motor converion, there is no need for external mounting brackets and drive chains to support a motor and transmission. Instead all of this is contained inside the wheel which mounts on your bike like any other wheel. There are two basic categories of hub motors: direct drive and geared.

The direct drive hub motor is about as simple as things get. Imagine taking an electric motor, but holding the axle and letting the body of the motor spin. Now lace a bicycle rim onto this spinning motor body and there you have it, no moving parts other than the wheel itself.

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Typically these are radial-flux Brushless DC (BLDC) machines that have an array of permanent magnets on the inside surface of the hub. The stator windings are attached to the axle, and the hub is made to rotate by alternating currents through these windings. In a DC hub motor, the magnets are on the axle, and the windings are actually spinning on the inside of the hub. A carbon brush transmits electricity to the spinning windings via a commutator plate.