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Rayvolt Australia

Rayvolt hubs are a very complex brushless 3 phase DC motor comprising of 48 different copper coils and magnets that are placed on the outermost perimeter of the motor for the best possible torque.

The built-in controller receives heat and position data from the coils and within one millisecond computes where to put the next load.

Such accuracy produces a Pure Sine Wave (PSW) current, offering unmatched ride comfort : More Acceleration,More Response,More Torque,Less Noise.


At the core of any electric vehicle, its performance and life expectancy are directly linked to the type of cell used. The capacity of the battery pack also depends on the amount of cells used. Rayvolt uses 13 cells in a series to reach a nominal voltage of 48V. At peak voltage, a full charge of 54.6V gives incredible power. We use a minimum of 4 cells in parallel (52 cells in total) or 8 cells in parallel (104 Cells in total).


This gives an unmatched capacity of 550Wh and 1100Wh - most of the industry uses 300 to 360Wh. Battery quality is linked to the cells used and also the way it is packed. Using a state-of-the-art battery management system in our packs, each cell is connected to it before delivering the charge. This high-tech design balances the charge between each individual cell and can cut the connection in case of a short circuit. This ensures best possible performance while making the battery safer.

The 6 Minute Challenge

The objective of the 6 Minute Challenge is to highlight the issue of attempted suicides in Australia (that occur every 6 minutes of every day), and in doing so create an action that goes about affecting change for the positive. (Through the research that we have done, physical activity has been proven to have a positive impact on mental health and the concept around the 6 minute challenge is to symbolically and consciously take action to support this movement, concurrently having a positive impact on those taking part).

The challenge is to complete 6 minutes of cycling for 6 consecutive days anytime over the 6 week period (14 Sept to 31st Oct 2020 - Mental Health month) - recording total distance travelled for each attempt.

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