Customize your Electric Bike to a whole new level by upgrading your display to this awesome New Ampd Bros Colour Display. Features a USB port and Automatic Sensing Headlight Activation!
Note: Display Software varies on Models...
- Chubbie, Riptide (Also suits Ace Sold Pre October 2021)
- 2022 ACE - Suits ACE Bikes Sold after October 2021 (with no light switch)
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This colour display is so much easier to read than the original ACE monochrome display in bright sunlight. Although the red low battery warning (below 20%) is extremely hard to read.
The menus are also much more friendly and easier to read than the original display. Frankly, this display should be the standard that comes with the ACE.
This display gives you the time and the battery charge percentage on top of the usual odometer, speed and duration info of the monochrome display.
It also gives you "Range" but honestly I have no idea what range does. It seems random, most of the time it shows "--" but at other times shows 257kms even with say only 9% battery left.
I prefer the battery info as a percentage, but it is erratic, sometimes dropping 6% or 10% at a time.
USB output doesn't have enough grunt for newer phones. I've run a USB cable to a tail light and it charges that fine.
Value for money, maybe not, but it is definitely much better than the monochrome display and I'm glad I have it.
There is no manual with the display but is a rebadged Bafang 860c Display. I found a manual here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1be2OajoRjSOCcoTF-N8u4rlPxWUr4RUE/view
The only really valuable information in the manual is the need to recharge the display's internal battery (section 8.8), and how to do it when the bike hasn't been used for a while (or the display has been sitting in a warehouse). Otherwise it won't keep time and date correctly.
The screen is easy to read. I did however change from a basic display to this fancy one mainly for the USB output. I found after purchase that it is a low power output and useless to charge my phone.