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2020

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FALCON (UPGRADED) - Electric Motorcycle

UPGRADES:

Wheelbase upgraded from 1345mm to 1365mm

Seat design upgraded from dual seat to single seat

Improvements in Bodyworks

Other minor Design changes

2019

FALCON - Electric Motorcycle

SPECIFICATIONS:

MOTOR:  Mechatronix 1.5kW, 3000 RPM, 48V BLDC Motor

BATTERY:  80  Ah, 48V Battery from Yasuka

FEATURES:  GPS and Speed Tracking, RFID Sensor

TRANSMISSION:  Chain and Sprocket

TOTAL WEIGHT:  130 kg

SPECIALITY: First attempt at building an electric motorcycle, which was later upgraded to overcome its minor flaws. It achieved 4th place in first attempt at AEBC and later, after upgrades, became the overall winner of the category at E-Bike Racing Challenge.

2018

R742 - Solar three wheeler

SPECIFICATIONS:

MOTOR: 1.5kW, 742 RPM, 48V BLDC Hub Motor from QS Motors

BATTERY: 48V battery from Yasuka Corporation

CONTROLLER: Electronic Speed Controller

DESIGN: Three Wheel Tadpole Design

Flexible Solar Panels

TOTAL WEIGHT: 184 kg

SPECIALITY: Though there were setbacks of LL240, the team did not get discouraged, but built a new vehicle with renewed vigor and spirit. Within a year, the team designed and fabricated entire new vehicle from scratch. The team achieved huge success in both the events, and secured top ranking within the team's second attempt, which was thought to be impossible feat in the event's history. This vehicle broke the records of "Fastest Autocross in history of ESVC"; it also won many other awards in other categories. It was the best in range vehicle in its class.

2017

LL240 - Solar Car

SPECIFICATIONS:

MOTOR: 2kW , 48V BLDC Motor

BATTERY: 48V, 104Ah Li-ion Battery

TOTAL WEIGHT: 400 kg

MATERIAL OF CHASSIS: AISI 4130 Seamless pipes

DESIGN: 4 wheel design

Flexible Solar Panels

 

SPECIALITY: First endeavor of Modified Auto Club. Designed and built the entire vehicle from scratch, without any prior experience. Classic example of Indian Jugaad - used the gearbox and transmission of Indian auto rickshaw coupled with BLDC motor! 

Though honest efforts were put forth by the team, it got rejected in competition technical inspection due to technical flaws in ESVC 2018. The vehicle caught fire in Indo-Asian Solar Challenge 2018.

 
 

DESIGNED BY STUDENTS OF APSIT, THANE

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