The new version of Eleglide M1 Plus is improved with an intelligent LCD display, which can not only show a variety of information, but also achieve multiple functions for a more enjoyable cycling experience.
Basic Functions & Operations
Long press to turn the machine on/off. When the bicycle isn’t moving and the display hasn’t been used for 10mins, it will turn off all the power automatically.
Long press to turn on/off the LCD backlight and the bike light.
Shifting Speed Level
Short press or to shift among five levels from 1 to 5, including 12, 16, 20, 23 and 25 km/h. It will shift back to the lowest level every time when the display reboots. Level 0 is non-assist mode, which means no electric power. If the bike is in zero start mode, it will go back to level 0 when the display reboots. If it is in non-zero start mode, it will turn to level 1 when the display reboots.
Setting 6km/h Push Mode
Press till the speed mode zone shows “P”. Then the bike will move at a speed no more than 6km/h. The push mode can be turned off by hitting the brake or throttle control.
Activating Cruise Control
Accelerate the bike to the speed that you want and long press . 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.
Checking More Information
When the LCD display is turned on, short press to shift among ODO, TRIP, VOL and TIME to check their corresponding information, such as trip distance, trip time and real-time battery voltage.
Activating More Functions
First, long press to turn the LCD display on. Then long press and to enter P01 menu. The data shown on the menu can be altered by short pressing or . Then, short press to shift to the next menu. After the adjustment, long press and again to leave the menu page and back to the original page.
P01: adjusting the LCD backlight illuminance; Level 1 is the darkest and level 3 the brightest.
P09: setting the zero/non-zero start; 0 is for zero start and 1 for non-zero start.
P02: changing the mileage unit; 0 is for km, and 1 for mile.
Note: please follow local regulations about the speed limit of e-bikes.