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QuestionsI own a café and would like to offer e-bike chargers. Can Spelsberg help?
Samuel Luton asked 1 month ago
1 Answers
Chris Lloyd Staff answered 1 month ago

Dear Samuel,

Electric bikes (e-bikes) are becoming extremely popular. Hence, having charging stations next to your café can help you acquire new customers and promote sustainable mobility.

When selecting a charging facility, it is important to consider its flexibility and user-friendliness, reliability as well as ease of maintenance. In effect, the ideal solution for your customers should be easy to find and should support a wide range of e-bike models. In addition, to help you run your café without having to worry about your station(s), these should be rugged and offer intuitive condition monitoring tools.

Our charging solutions, BCS Pure and Smart, are designed to address these needs. Both are equipped with integrated connectors and compatible with the common Shimano and Bosch systems. The Smart version also comes with an app, which helps users locate the nearest BCS station as well as offering key metrics on usage, maintenance, and unit status. It can also activate or deactivate the e-charging infrastructure, if needed.

To maximise their robustness, our charging points offer an ingress protection (IP) rating of IP54, preventing dust and water splashes from entering their structures, as well as IK08 impact resistance, one of the highest industrial levels. When it comes to adverse weather conditions, the BCS range withstand extreme temperatures that range between -25 ˚C and +40˚C.

For an overview of our product offering and capabilities for e-charging, read: https://www.spelsberg.com/news/news-press/detail/?tx_news_pi1%5Bnews%5D=426&cHash=a17b740f56dd88fa4788e5f56ff15349
To look at our range of charging stands for e-bikes, visit: https://www.spelsberg.com/e-bike-charging-stations/with-integrated-connectors/

If you have additional questions on our solutions for e-mobility or specific requests for your intended application at your café, please feel free to send me a private message to discuss them.

Kind Regards,

Chris