The Go-Ped ESR750 Li-Ion DC-32 Electric Scooter is a model of the ESR750 scooters which is powered by 4 25.9-Volt Lithium-ion battery packs. These Li-ion battery packs were included over a “sealed lead acid” battery pack in an effort to design a lighter, longer-range scooter with more battery life cycles. This 32 Ah Li-ion battery system provides the scooter with enough power to travel up to 28 miles in “Economy” mode, or up to 16 miles in “Turbo” mode.
The Go-Ped ESR 750 Li-Ion 32 provides the rider with two modes of operation, called “Turbo” mode and “Economy” mode. In Turbo mode, the rider’s maximum range on this scooter is 12 miles, but the maximum speed available to them is extended up to 20 miles per hour. In Economy mode, the use can travel at up to 12 miles per hour, and their maximum range is expanded to 21 miles.
The motor powering the Go-Ped ESR 750 Li-Ion 32 is a direct current, 24-Volt brush engine with an aluminum heat sink. The power controller which controls and monitors this engine is a programmable variable speed controller, which allows technicians or advanced users to modify the scooter’s performance and perform board diagnostics.
Frank Minero, owner of UrbanScooters.com, had a few things to say about the release of the the Go-Ped ESR 750 Li-Ion 32 onto the marketplace:
The chassis and frame are made of aircraft grade chromoly carbon steel frame. The steering fork is also made of chromoly carbon steel, and is mounted to “Mad Dog” disc brake caliper. The scooter’s platform is made of low-density Latvian Birch plywood. The battery pan is of low profile aluminum construction.
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