Smart display/control Van Raam bike
The display of the Silent Electrical system has several buttons. On/off button: You can activate the system by pressing the button shortly. The system starts in mode 1 by default. When you press the button for 2 seconds or more, the system will shut off.
- On/off button;
- 1: support mode 1 (Eco);
- 2: support mode 2 (Comfort);
- 3: support mode 3 (Sport);
- Bicycle symbol: starting aid/launch control.
The Silent Electrical system of a Van Raam bicycle has several supportmodes: namely supportmode 1, 2 and 3. You can use supportmode 1 when you don’t need much support or when you want a high range. Supportmode 2 supports more and has a shorter range than supportmode 1. Normally, supportmode 3 is used for mountainous areas because this supportmode gives a lot of support so that you can go up a hill. The range in mode 3 is lower than in mode 1 or 2.
Starting aid/launch control.
The display has an starting aid/launch control button. When the starting aid is activated, you get support from the system withouth having to pedel along. The tricycles from July 2014 has the starting aid, an extra function called launch control. When you pedal and press the starting aid button you get a boost. The force of the boost depends on the supportmode.
The Status of the battery capacity is shown by the five indication LED’s on the display. The five LED’s are all green except the left one, this one can also be red. The battery indication indicates the remaining capacity of the battery. The more LED’s are lit, the more power is in the battery. When the left LED blinks red the battery is almost empty and the motor does not support any longer. The head-and backlight will still function.
An option of the Silent electrical system is the central switchable lightning. The light is switched by the on/off button on the display. The display has also an automatic dimming function, all the lights are dimming in the dark. You can also find out how the lighting works via the Van Raam electrical system in our article 'Lighting via the Van Raam electrical system'.