Bosch Intuvia Active Line manual

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  • Brand: Bosch
  • Product: Bicycle Computer
  • Model/name: Intuvia Active Line
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Swedish, Portuguese, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish

Table of Contents

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Safety Notes
Read all safety warnings and all instruc-
tions. Failure to follow the warnings and in-
structions may result in electric shock, fire
and/or serious injury.
Save all safety warnings and instructions for future
reference.
The term “battery pack” used in these operating instructions,
irrespective of model, refers both to standard battery packs
(batterypackswithholderonthebikeframe)andtorack-type
battery packs (battery packs with holder in the rear rack/
carrier).
 Do not use the on-board computer as a handle. Lifting
theeBikeupbytheon-boardcomputercancauseirrepara-
ble damage to the on-board computer.
 Make sure to not be distracted by the display of the
on-board computer. If you do not focus exclusively on
the traffic, you risk being involved in an accident. If you
want to make entries in your on-board computer other
than switching the assistance level, stop and enter the
appropriate data.
 Readandobservethesafetywarningsandinstructions
in all operating instructions of the eBike system and in
the operating instructions of your eBike.
Product Description and
Specifications
Intended Use
The Intuvia on-board computer is designed to control Bosch
eBike systems and display riding data.
Product Features
The numbering of the components shown refers to the illus-
trations on the graphic pages at the beginning of the manual.
Individualillustrationsintheseoperatinginstructionsmaydif-
fer slightly from the actual circumstances depending on the
equipment of your eBike.
1 Display-function button “i”
2 Bike lights button
3 On-board computer
4 Holder for on-board computer
5 On/Off button for on-board computer
6 “RESET” button
7 USB port
8 Protective cap of USB port
9 Operating unit
10 Display-function button “i” on the operating unit
11 Decrease assistance level/scroll down button “–”
12 Increase assistance level/scroll up button “+”
13 Push-assistance button “WALK”
14 Lock latch for on-board computer
15 Locking screw for on-board computer
USB charging cable (Micro A – Micro B)*
* not illustrated; available as accessory
Display elements of on-board computer
a Drive unit assistance indicator
b Assistance-level indicator
c Light indicator
d Text indication
e Value indication
f Speed indication
g Shift recommendation: higher gear
h Shift recommendation: lower gear
i Battery charge-control indicator
Technical Data
Assembly
Inserting and removing the battery pack
ForinsertingandremovingtheeBikebatterypackin/fromthe
eBike, please read and observe the battery pack operating in-
structions.
Inserting and removing the on-board computer
(see figure A)
Toinserttheon-boardcomputer3,slideitfromthefrontinto
the holder 4.
To remove the on-board computer 3, press the lock latch 14
and slide the on-board computer toward the front out of the
holder 4.
On-board computer Intuvia
Article number 1 270 020 906/909
Max. charging current,
USB connection mA 500
Charging voltage,
USB connection V 5
USB charging cable1)
1 270 016 360
Operating temperature °C –5...+40
Storage temperature °C –10...+50
Charging temperature °C 0...+40
Internal lithium-ion battery V
mAh
3.7
240
Protection type2)
IP 54 (dust and splash
water protected)
Weight, approx. kg 0.15
1) Not included in standard scope of delivery
2) When USB cover is closed
Bosch eBike system uses FreeRTOS (see www.freertos.org)
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 Remove the on-board computer when you park the
eBike.
It is possible to secure the on-board computer against remov-
al in the holder. To do so, remove the holder 4 from the han-
dlebar. Put the on-board computer in the holder. Screw the
lockingscrew15 (thread M3, 8 mm long)from below into the
threadprovidedintheholder.Mounttheholderbackontothe
handlebar.
Operation
Initial Operation
Requirements
The eBike system can only be activated when the following
requirements are met:
– Asufficientlychargedbatterypackisinserted(seebattery
pack operating instructions).
– The on-board computer is properly inserted in the holder
(see “Inserting and removing the on-board computer”,
page English–1).
– The speed sensor is connected properly (see drive unit
operating instructions).
Switching the eBike System On/Off
Options for switching on the eBike system:
– If the on-board computer is already switched on when you
insert it into the holder, then the eBike system will be
switched on automatically.
– When the on-board computer and the eBike battery pack
are inserted, briefly press the On/Off button 5 of the on-
board computer.
– Whentheon-boardcomputerisinserted,presstheOn/Off
button of the eBike battery pack (see battery pack operat-
ing instructions).
The drive is activated as soon as you step on the pedals (ex-
cept for in the push assistance function or in assistance level
“OFF”). The motor output depends on the settings of the as-
sistance level on the on-board computer. As soon as the sys-
tem is activated, “Active Line/Performance Line” will ap-
pear briefly on the display.
As soon as you stop pedaling when in normal operation, or as
soon as you have reached a speed of 25/45 km/h, the assis-
tance from the eBike drive is switched off. The drive is auto-
maticallyre-activatedassoonyoustartpedalingagainandthe
speed is below 25/45 km/h.
Options for switching off the eBike system:
– Press the On/Off button 5 of the on-board computer.
– Switchthe eBikebatterypackoff by itsOn/Off button(see
battery pack operating instructions).
– Remove the on-board computer out of its holder.
If the eBike is not moved and no button is pressed on the on-
board computer for 10 minutes, the eBike system will shut
down automatically in order to save energy.
eShift (optional)
eShift is the integration of automatic gear shifting systems in-
to the eBike system. To support the rider in the best way pos-
sible, the function indications and the basic settings menu
have been adapted for the “eShift” function.
eShift with NuVinci H|Sync
The optimum gear for the respective speed is automatically
set according to a pre-defined desired cadence. In manual
mode you can choose between multiple gears.
In the “ NuVinci Cadence” mode you can use the “–” or
“+” button on the operating unit to increase or decrease the
desired cadence. If you hold down the “–” or “+” button, the
cadencewillincreaseordecreaseinstepsoffive.Thedesired
cadence is shown on the display.
In the “ NuVinci Gear” mode you can use the “–” or “+”
buttonontheoperatingunittoswitchbackandforthbetween
several defined transmission ratios. The engaged transmis-
sion ratio (gear) is shown on the display.
eShift with SRAM DD3 Pulse
The gear hub of the SRAM DD3 Pulse works on a speed-de-
pendentbasis.Regardlessofwhichgearisengagedonthede-
railleur gears, one of the three gears of the gear hub will auto-
matically be engaged “ Gear: Auto”.
The engaged gear will be shown briefly on the display when-
ever the gear of the gear hub is shifted.
If the eBike is brought to a standstill from a speed of more
than 10 km/h, the system can automatically switch back to a
set “Start gear”. The “Start gear” can be set in the basic set-
tings menu (see “Displaying/Adapting Basic Settings”, page
English–5).
In the “ Gear” mode you can use the “–” or “+” button on
the operating unit to switch back and forth between several
defined transmission ratios. The engaged transmission ratio
(gear) is shown on the display.
In the “ Gear” manual mode, the system can also automati-
cally switch back to a set “Start gear”.
The drive unit recognises the gear shift and briefly reduces
the motor assistance level as a result of it, which means the
gear can also be shifted at any time under load or on a hill.
eShift with Shimano Di2
For Shimano eShift you usethe Shimano control lever to shift
gears.
The engaged gear will be shown briefly on the display when-
ever the gear of the gear hub is shifted.
The drive unit recognises the gear shift and briefly reduces
the motor assistance level as a result of it, which means the
gear can also be shifted at any time under load or on a hill.
If the eBike is brought to a standstill from a speed of more
than 10 km/h, the system can automatically switch back to a
set “Start gear”. The “Start gear” can be set in the basic set-
tings menu (see “Displaying/Adapting Basic Settings”, page
English–5).
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Displays and configurations of the on-board
computer
Energy supply of the on-board computer
If the on-board computer is in the holder 4, a sufficiently
charged battery pack is inserted in the eBike and the eBike
system is turned on, then the on-board computer is powered
by the battery pack of the eBike.
If the on-board computer is removed from the holder 4, the
energy is supplied via an internal battery pack. If the internal
batterypackisweakwhentheon-boardcomputerisswitched
on, “Attach to bike” will appear in text indication d for 3 s.
The on-board computer will then turn off again.
Tochargetheinternalbatterypack,puttheon-boardcomput-
er back in the holder 4 (when a battery pack is inserted in the
eBike).Switch the eBike battery pack on by its On/Off button
(see battery pack operating instructions).
You can also charge the on-board computer via the USB port.
Open the protective cap 8. Connect the USB port 7 of the on-
board computer via a suitable USB cable to a standard USB
charger or the USB port of a computer (5 V charging voltage,
max. 500 mA charging current). “USB connected” will ap-
pear in text indication d of the on-board computer.
Switching on/shutting down the on-board computer
Toswitchontheon-boardcomputer,brieflypresstheOn/Off
button 5. The on-board computer can also be switched on
when it is not inserted in the holder (if the internal battery
pack is sufficiently charged).
To switch off the on-board computer, press the On/Off
button 5.
If the on-board computer is not inserted in the holder, it
automatically switches off after 1 minute to save energy if no
button is pressed.
 If you do not use your eBike for several weeks, remove
the on-board computer from its holder. Store the on-
boardcomputerinadry environmentatroom temperature.
Regularly recharge the on-board computer’s battery pack.
Battery Charge-control Indicator
The battery charge-control indicator idisplays thechargelevel
of the eBike battery pack, not that of the on-board computer’s
internalbatterypack.ThechargeleveloftheeBikebatterypack
can also be checked on the LEDs of the battery pack itself.
If the on-board computer is removed from the holder 4, the
last displayed battery charge level is saved.
If an eBike is operated with two battery packs, the battery
charge-control indicator i displays the level of both battery
packs.
If an eBike has two battery packs insert-
ed into it and both battery packs are
charged on the bike, the charging pro-
gress of both battery packs will be indi-
cated on the display (the left-hand bat-
tery pack is being charged in the
illustration). You can tell bytheflashing
indicator on the battery pack which of
the two battery packs is being charged.
Setting the Assistance Level
On the operating unit 9 you can set how much the eBike drive
assists you while pedalling. The assistance level can be
changed at any time, even while cycling.
Note: Forindividual versions, it ispossible that the assistance
level is pre-set and cannot be changed. It is also possible that
lessassistancelevelsareavailableforselectionthanlistedhere.
The following assistance levels (max.) are available:
– “OFF”:Themotorassistanceisswitchedoff,andtheeBike
can be moved as a normal bicycle only by pedalling. The
pushassistancecannotbeactivatedinthisassistancelevel.
– “ECO”: Effective assistance at maximum efficiency for
maximum cruising range
– “TOUR”:Uniformassistance,fortouringwithlongcruising
range
– “SPORT”: Powerful assistance for sportive riding off road
as well as for urban traffic
– “TURBO”: Maximum assistance, supporting highest ca-
dence for sportive riding
To increase the assistance level, press the “+” 12 button on
theoperatingunituntilthedesiredassistancelevelappearsin
the display b. To decrease the assistance level, press the
button “–” 11.
The requested motor output is displayed in indicator a. The
maximum motor output depends on the selected assistance
level.
When the on-board computer is removed from the holder 4,
the last indicated assistance level is stored; the motor-output
indicator a remains empty.
On indicator i, each bar of the battery pack symbol is equiva-
lent to a capacity of approx. 20 %:
The eBike battery pack is fully charged.
The eBike battery pack should be recharged.
The LEDs of thecharge-control indicator on the bat-
tery pack extinguish. Thecapacity for assisting the
drive has been used up, and assistance is gently
switchedoff.Theremainingcapacityismadeavaila-
ble for the lighting and the on-board computer. The
indicator flashes.
ThecapacityoftheeBikebatterypackisenoughfor
about 2 hours of lighting. This does not account for
otherconsumers(e.g.automaticgearbox,charging
external devices at the USB port).
OF
MPH
KM/
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Interaction of the eBike System with the Bicycle Gears
The bicycle gears should be used as with a normal bicycle,
even witheBike motor assistance (please observe the operat-
ing instructions of your eBike).
Independent of the type of gearing, it is recommended to
briefly interrupt the pedaling while changing gears. This
makes changing gears easier and reduces the wear of the
drive train.
By selecting the right gear, you can increase the speed and
range with the same pedaling effort.
For this reason, follow the shift recommendations provided
by indications g and h on your display. If indication g is dis-
played, you should shift to a higher gear with lower cadence.
Ifindicationhisdisplayed,youshouldselectalowergearwith
higher cadence.
Switching bike lights on/off
In the model in which the lightingis powered by the eBike sys-
tem,thefrontandrearlightscanbeswitchedonandoffatthe
same time via the on-board computer with button 2.
Whenthelightingisswitchedon“Lightson”appearsandwhen
thelightingisswitchedoff“Lightsoff”appearsforapprox.1 s
intextindicationd.Thelightingsymbolcisdisplayedwhenthe
light is on.
Switching the bike light on and off has no effect on the back
lighting of the display.
Switching the Push-assistance mode On/Off
The push-assistance feature makes it easier to push the
eBike. The speedin this function dependson the setgearand
cannotexceed6 km/h(max.).Thelowerthesetgear,thelow-
er the speed in the push-assistance function (at full output).
 The push-assistance function may only be used when
pushing the eBike. Danger of injury when the wheels of
theeBikedonothavegroundcontactwhileusingthepush-
assistance function.
To activate the push-assistance function, briefly press but-
ton “WALK” on your on-board computer. After activation,
press button “+” within 3 s and keep it pressed. The eBike
drive is switched on.
Note: The push assistance cannot be activated in the “OFF”
assistance level.
The push assistance is switched off as soon as one of the fol-
lowing occurs:
– you release button “+” 12,
– the wheels of the eBike are blocked (e.g. by actuating the
brakes or impacting against an obstacle),
– the speed exceeds 6 km/h.
Note: On some systems the push-assistance function can be
started directly by pressing the “WALK” button.
Displays and configurations of the on-board
computer
Speed and Distance Indication
The speed indication f always displays the current speed.
The following functions are available in the function indica-
tion (combination of text indication d and value indication e):
– “Clock”: Current time
– “Max. speed”: Maximum speed achieved since the last
reset
– “Avg.speed”:Averagespeedachievedsincethelastreset
– “Trip time”: Trip time since the last reset
– “Range”: Estimated range of the available battery-pack
charge (for constant conditions such as assistance level,
route profile, etc.)
– “Odometer”: Display of the total distance travelled with
the eBike (cannot be reset)
– “ NuVinci Cadence/Gear”: This menu item is displayed
only in conjunction with a Nu Vinci H|Sync automatic trans-
mission.
If you press the “i” button for longer than 1 s, you will
access the NuVinci menu item from any menu item in the
information menu.
To switch from the “ NuVinci Cadence” mode to the
“ NuVinci Gear” mode, press the “i” button for 1 s.
To switch from the “ NuVinci Gear” mode to the
“ NuVinci Cadence” mode, all you have to do is briefly
press the “i” button.
The default setting is “ NuVinci Cadence”.
– “Gear”:Thismenuitemappearsonlyinconjunctionwitha
Shimano Di2 gear hub. The currently engaged gear of the
transmission is shown on the display. The newly engaged
gearwillbeshownbrieflyonthedisplaywheneverthegear
is shifted.
– “ Gear: Auto”: This menu item appears only in conjunc-
tion with an SRAM automatic transmission.
By pressing the “i” button for more than 1 s, you can
switch back and forth between the “ Gear: Auto” auto-
matic mode and the “ Gear” manual mode.
Range Odometer NuVinci Cadence
(1s)
(1s)
NuVinci Gear
Range Odometer Gear: Auto
(1s)
(1s)
Gear
(1s)
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If you are in first gear in manual mode, you can also press
the “–” 11 button to go to the “ Gear: Auto” mode. By
pressing the “–” 11 button again, you can switch back to
the manual mode. It is also possible to access the manual
mode by pressing the “+” 12 button.
– “Trip distance”: Distance covered since the last reset
To switch between display functions, press button “i” 1 on
the on-board computer or button “i” 10 on the operating unit
repeatedly until the required function is displayed.
To reset “Trip distance”, “Trip time” and “Avg. speed”,
switch to any of the three functions and then press and hold
the “RESET” button 6 until the indication is set to zero. This
also resets the values of the other two functions.
To reset the “Max. speed”, switch to this function and then
pressandholdthe“RESET”button6untiltheindicationisset
to zero.
To reset “Range”, switch to this function and then press the
“RESET” 6 button until the display is reset to the value of the
factory setting.
Iftheon-boardcomputerisremovedfromtheholder4,allval-
ues of the features are saved and can still be displayed.
Displaying/Adapting Basic Settings
The basic settings can be displayed and changed regardless
of whether the on-board computer is inserted in the holder 4
or not. Some settings are visible and changeable only when
theoperatingcomputerisinserted.Somemenuitemsmaybe
missing depending on the equipment of your eBike.
To access the basic settings menu, press and hold the
“RESET” button 6andthe “i” button 1until“Configuration”
is displayed in text indication d.
To switch betweenthebasicsettings, press button “i” 1 on
the on-board computer repeatedly until the required basic
setting is displayed. If the on-board computer is inserted in
the holder 4, you can also press button “i” 10 on the operat-
ing unit.
Tochangethebasicsettings,presstheOn/Offbutton5next
to indication “–” to reduce or scroll down, or the lighting but-
ton 2 next to indication “+” to increase or scroll up.
If the on-board computer is inserted in the holder 4, it is also
possible to change using buttons “–” 11 and “+” 12 on the
operating unit.
To exit the function and save a changed setting, press the
“RESET” button 6 for 3 s.
The following basic settings are available:
– “– Clock +”: The current time can be set here. Pressing
and holding the setting buttons fast-forwards the setting
speed.
– “– Wheelcircum. +”:Youcanchangethisvaluepre-setby
themanufacturerby±5 %.Thismenuitemisdisplayedon-
ly when the on-board computer is in the holder.
– “– English +”: You can change the language of the text indi-
cations.YoucanchoosebetweenGerman,English,French,
Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Swedish, Dutch and Danish.
– “– Unit km/mi +”: The speed and distance can be dis-
played either in kilometres or miles.
– “– Timeformat +”:Thetimecanbedisplayedeitherinthe
12 hour or 24 hour format.
– “– Shift recom. on/off +”: You can switch the indication
of a shift recommendation on and off.
– “Power-onhours”:Indicatesthetotaltraveldurationwith
the eBike (not changeable).
– “Gear calibration” (only NuVinci H|Sync): Here you can
calibrate the continuously variable transmission. Confirm
the calibration by pressing the “Bike lights” button. Then
follow the instructions.
Intheeventofanerror,itcanalsobenecessarytoperform
calibration when riding. In this case, you also confirm the
calibration by pressing the “Bike lights” button and then
follow the instructions on the display.
This menu item is displayed only when the on-board com-
puter is in the holder.
– “– Start gear +”: The starting gear can be set here. The au-
tomatic shift-back function is switched off in the “––” posi-
tion. This menu item is displayed only in connection with
SRAM DD3 Pulse and Shimano Di2. This menu item is dis-
played only when the on-board computer is in the holder.
– “Gear adjustment”: This menu item can be used to per-
form fine adjustment of the Shimano Di2. The pre-defined
adjustment range can be found in the operating instruc-
tionsprovidedbythetransmissionmanufacturer.Perform
fine adjustment as soon as you hear unusual sounds com-
ing from the transmission. This will prevent premature
wearofthetransmissionandalsoavoidanyimpairmentsin
gear shifting behaviour which could cause you to fall in ad-
verse situations. This menu item is displayed only in con-
junction with Shimano Di2. This menu item is displayed
only when the on-board computer is in the holder.
– “Displ.vx.x.x.x”:Thisisthesoftwareversionofthedisplay.
– “DU vx.x.x.x”: This is the software version of the drive
unit. This menu item is displayed only when the on-board
computer is in the holder.
– “DU # xxxxxxxxx”: This is the serial number of the drive
unit. This menu item is displayed only when the on-board
computer is in the holder.
– “ Service MM/YYYY”: This menu item is displayed
when the bike manufacturer has set a fixed service ap-
pointment.
– “ Serv. xx km/mi”: This menu item is displayed when
the bike manufacturer has set a fixed service appointment
after a certain mileage has been reached.
– “Bat. vx.x.x.x”: This is the software version of the battery
pack. This menu item is displayed only when the on-board
computer is in the holder.
– “1. Bat. vx.x.x.x”: When using 2 battery packs this is the
software version of one of the battery packs. This menu
item is displayed only when the on-board computer is in
the holder.
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– “2. Bat. vx.x.x.x”: When using 2 battery packs this is the
softwareversionoftheotherbatterypack. Thismenuitem
is displayed only when the on-board computer is in the
holder.
– “Gearvx.x.x.x”:Thisisthesoftwareversionoftheautomat-
ic transmission. This menu item is displayed only when the
on-board computer is in the holder. This menu item is dis-
played only in conjunction with an automatic transmission.
Error Code Indication
Thecomponentsof theeBikesystemarecontinuouslyandau-
tomaticallymonitored.Whenanerrorisdetected,therespec-
tive error code is indicated in text indication d.
Press any button on the on-board computer 3 or on the oper-
ating unit 9 to return to the standard indication.
Depending on the typeof error, thedriveunitisautomatically
shutoff,ifrequired.Continuedtravelwithoutassistancefrom
thedriveunitispossibleatanytime.However,havetheeBike
checked before attempting new trips.
 Have all repairs performed only by an authorised bike
dealer.
Code Cause Corrective Measure
410 One or more buttons of the on-board
computer are blocked.
Check if any buttons are blocked, e.g. from dirt or debris. Clean the but-
tons, if required.
414 Connection problem of the operating
unit
Have connections and contacts checked.
418 One or more buttons of the operating
unit are blocked.
Check if any buttons are blocked, e.g. from dirt or debris. Clean the but-
tons, if required.
419 Configuration error Restart the system. If the problem persists, contact your Bosch eBike
dealer.
422 Connection problem of the drive unit Have connections and contacts checked.
423 Connection problem of the eBike
battery pack
Have connections and contacts checked.
424 Communication error among the
components
Have connections and contacts checked.
426 Internal time-out error Restart the system. If the problem persists, contact your Bosch eBike
dealer. In this error status, it is not possible to display or adjust the wheel
circumference in the basic settings menu.
430 Internal battery pack of the on-board
computer is empty.
Charge the on-board computer (in the holder or via the USB port).
431 Software version error Restart the system. If the problem persists, contact your Bosch eBike
dealer.
440 Internal error of the drive unit Restart the system. If the problem persists, contact your Bosch eBike
dealer.
450 Internal software error Restart the system. If the problem persists, contact your Bosch eBike
dealer.
460 Error at USB connection Remove the cable from the USB connection of the on-board computer.
If the problem persists, contact your Bosch eBike dealer.
490 Internal error of the on-board com-
puter
Have the on-board computer checked.
500 Internal error of the drive unit Restart the system. If the problem persists, contact your Bosch eBike
dealer.
502 Bike lighting error Check the light and the associated wiring. Restart the system. If the prob-
lem persists, contact your Bosch eBike dealer.
503 Error of the speed sensor Restart the system. If the problem persists, contact your Bosch eBike
dealer.
510 Internal sensor error Restart the system. If the problem persists, contact your Bosch eBike
dealer.
511 Internal error of the drive unit Restart the system. If the problem persists, contact your Bosch eBike
dealer.
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530 Battery pack error Switch off the eBike, remove the eBike battery pack and reinsert the
eBike battery pack. Restart the system. If the problem persists, contact
your Bosch eBike dealer.
531 Configuration error Restart the system. If the problem persists, contact your Bosch eBike
dealer.
540 Temperature error The eBike is outside of the permissible temperature range. Switch off the
eBikesystemandallowthedriveunittoeithercooldownorheatuptothe
permissible temperature. Restart the system. If the problem persists,
contact your Bosch eBike dealer.
550 An improper load was detected. Remove load. Restart the system. If the problem persists, contact your
Bosch eBike dealer.
580 Software version error Restart the system. If the problem persists, contact your Bosch eBike
dealer.
591 Authentication error Switch off the eBike system. Remove the battery pack and reinsert it. Re-
start the system. If the problem persists, contact your Bosch eBike dealer.
592 Incompatible component Insert a compatible display. If the problem persists, contact your Bosch
eBike dealer.
593 Configuration error Restart the system. If the problem persists, contact your Bosch eBike
dealer.
595, 596 Communication error Check the wiring to the transmission and restart the system. If the prob-
lem persists, contact your Bosch eBike dealer.
602 Internal battery pack error while
charging
Unplug the charger from the battery pack. Restart the eBike system. Plug
the charger into the battery pack. If the problem persists, contact your
Bosch eBike dealer.
602 Internal battery pack error Restart the system. If the problem persists, contact your Bosch eBike
dealer.
603 Internal battery pack error Restart the system. If the problem persists, contact your Bosch eBike
dealer.
605 Battery pack temperature error The eBike is outside of the permissible temperature range. Switch off the
eBikesystemandallowthedriveunittoeithercooldownorheatuptothe
permissible temperature. Restart the system. If the problem persists,
contact your Bosch eBike dealer.
605 Battery pack temperature error while
charging
Unplug the charger from the battery pack. Allow the battery pack to cool.
If the problem persists, contact your Bosch eBike dealer.
606 External battery pack error Check the wiring. Restart the system. If the problem persists, contact
your Bosch eBike dealer.
610 Battery pack voltage error Restart the system. If the problem persists, contact your Bosch eBike
dealer.
620 Charging error Replace the charger. Contact your Bosch eBike dealer.
640 Internal battery pack error Restart the system. If the problem persists, contact your Bosch eBike
dealer.
655 Multiple battery pack errors Switch off the eBike system. Remove the battery pack and reinsert it. Re-
start the system. If the problem persists, contact your Bosch eBike dealer.
656 Software version error Contactyour Bosch eBike dealer so that hecan performa software update.
7xx Transmission error Please observe the operating instructions provided by the transmission
manufacturer.
No display Internal error of the on-board
computer
Restart your eBike system by switching it off and back on.
Code Cause Corrective Measure
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Power Supply of External Devices via
USB Connection
With the USB connection, it is possible to operate and charge
most devices whose power supply is possible via USB (e.g.,
various mobile phones).
Prerequisite for charging is thatthe on-board computer and a
sufficiently charged battery pack are inserted in the eBike.
Open the protective cap 8 of the USB port on the on-board
computer.ConnecttheUSBconnectionoftheexternaldevice
to the USB port 7 on the on-board computer using the USB
charging cable Micro A – Micro B (available from your Bosch
eBike dealer).
Once the consumer has been disconnected, the USB connec-
tion must be sealed again carefully with the protective cap 8.
 A USB connection is not a waterproof plug-in connec-
tion. When riding in the rain, an external device must
notbeconnectedandtheUSBconnectionmustbecom-
pletely sealed with the protective cap 8.
Maintenance and Service
Maintenance and Cleaning
Do not immerse any components, including the drive unit, in
water or clean them with pressurised water.
Clean your on-board computer using a soft cloth dampened
only with water. Do not use any detergents.
Have your eBike system checked by an expert at least once a
year (including mechanical parts, up-to-dateness of system
software).
The bicycle manufacturer or dealer may also base the service
date on the distance travelled and/or a period of time. In this
case, the on-board computer will show you every time it is
switched on that the service date is due in the text indication
d by displaying “ Service” for 4 s.
For service or repairs on the eBike, please refer to an author-
ised bicycle dealer.
After-sales Service and Application Service
In caseof questions concerningtheeBike system andits com-
ponents, please refer to an authorised Bosch eBike dealer.
For contact data of authorised Bosch eBike dealers, please
refer to www.bosch-ebike.com
Transport
 If you transport your eBike attached to the outside of
your car, e.g. on a bike rack, remove the on-board com-
puterandtheeBikebatterytoavoiddamagingthem.(If
the on-board computer cannot be fitted onto a bracket, it
is not possible to remove it from the bicycle. In this case,
the on-board computer may remain on the bicycle.)
The battery packs are subject to the Dangerous Goods Legis-
lation requirements. Private users can transport undamaged
battery packs by road without further requirements.
When being transported by commercial users or third parties
(e.g. air transport or forwarding agency), special require-
mentsonpackagingandlabellingmustbeobserved(e.g.ADR
regulations). If necessary, an expert for hazardous materials
can be consulted when preparing the item for shipping.
Incaseof questionsconcerningtransportof thebatterypacks,
please refer to an authorised Bosch eBike dealer. The Bosch
eBike dealers can also provide suitable transport packaging.
Disposal
The drive unit, on-board computer including operat-
ing unit, battery pack, speed sensor, accessories and
packagingshould bedisposedofinan environmental-
ly correct manner.
Do not dispose of eBikes and their components into house-
hold waste!
Only for EC countries:
According to the European Guideline
2012/19/EU, electrical devices/tools that are
nolongerusable,andaccordingtotheEuropean
Guideline 2006/66/EC, defective or used bat-
tery packs/batteries, must be collected sepa-
rately and disposed of in an environmentally cor-
rect manner.
The integrated battery pack in the on-board computer may
only be removed for disposal. Opening the housing shell can
destroy the on-board computer.
Please return battery packs and on-board computers that are
no longer usable to an authorised bicycle dealer.
Li-ion:
Please observe the instructions in sec-
tion “Transport”, page English–8.
Subject to change without notice.
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