How to Use Led Display of Your Bike

Our electric bikes are all equipped with an LED display, which is designed for a more convenient control and operation. The LED display is in delicate and user-friendly design, with 3 buttons for multi function control and 10 mini LED lights working as indicators to show you the battery power level and the speed mode. It is small in appearance, but never limited in functions. Check the following guide to learn your LED display!

Power on/off

Press the ON/OFF button to turn the LED display on/off.

Headlight on/off

When the display is turned on, press the LIGHT button  to turn the headlight on. Press it again to turn it off.

Battery Power Indicator

When battery level is 100%, all the LED lights will be on. When there is only one LED light on and blinking, it means it’s running out of battery power and it needs to charge immediately.

5 Speed Mode Indicator

The five LED lights below the word “ASSIST” represent the five speed modes, including 12 km/h, 16 km/h, 20 km/h, 23 km/h and 25 km/h. Press the MODE button  to change the speed mode.

6km/h Push Mode

First, turn the LED display on  and keep the bike standstill. Then, press the MODE button  till the first light blinks to turn on the 6km/h push mode. The push mode can be turned off by hitting the brake.

Cruise Control

First, keep the bike running at a speed that you want. Press the MODE button  till the first light blinks. Then the cruise mode will be turned on and the bike will keep running at a constant speed that you want. The cruise mode can be turned off by hitting the brake or throttle control.

2 comments


  • Clark

    Hello! i want to replace the display can i use a KT one? what is the compatibility?


  • Imre Blatt

    If this led display is turned on, and hold the mode button, the 4. and 5. assist leds are lighting… what is this function, this shows me something(error code message, or is it a function)? And one more question: Some e-bike has “push combination” for speed limit unlock(pull the two breaks, and push the mode button, etc.), the has the F1 a similar combination for the unlock of the speed limiter?


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