Please refer to the above image for the corresponding description.
The potentiometer is a digital representation of the position of the throttle. Learning to read this can help give a good indication of when to change between power selection options.
The reverse feature of this bike reverses the bike. To use: hold the reverse button down to activate. You must continue to hold the reverse button down when engaging the throttle to move the bike backwards.
High Beam (3)
The high beam blue indicator will display on the dashboard when the high beam has been activated.
The indicator lights will flicker on the display when indicators are activated.
Battery Bar (5)
The battery bar will display the level of charge remaining in the battery. 5 bars mean the battery is full of charge, and 1 bar means the battery is low and requires a charge.
The odometer is located to the left of the battery bar. This screen, at locations 6 & 7 on the display above, will constantly flick between the odometer and the battery volt indicator.
Battery Volt Indicator (7)
The battery volt indicator and odometer share a screen. The screen will constantly flick between the two features.
The battery volt indicator displays how much charge remains in the battery. Learn to read this as you begin to use your bike as it is an accurate way to determine how much charge remains in the bike.
Speed in KMPH (8)
This will display the speed you are riding the bike at
Power Selection (9)
The power selection indicator shows which power setting the rider is in. Power selection options are from 1-3.
Lights on (10)
This indicator will display whether your lights are on or not.
Kill Switch Engaged (11)
This indicator shows that a kill switch is engaged. The kill switch for the MotoE 5000W is the side stand. If the side stand is down, the bike will not begin to move. If you have the side stand down and pull down on the throttle, the bike will make a noise to let you know something is wrong as well.
The electric control unit indicator will display if the bike is registering a problem with the unit. If this occurs, please get in touch with Braaap support or take your bike to a registered mechanic.
The motor indicator will display if the bike is registering a problem with the unit. If this occurs, please get in touch with Braaap support or take your bike to a registered mechanic.
Features not included (14)
While the bike seems to indicate it has the option of cruise control and heated grips, these features are not included.