The Currie Electro-Drive display system features a backlit, monochrome cycle computer designed for use with electric bikes. It comes standard with many Raleigh and IZIP electric bikes and has been improved for model year 2014 and 2015. Along with the computer itself, you get a button pad that can be mounted closer to the grips so you can reach it without taking your hand off when riding. The display panel shows speed in mph or kph, battery level, trip distance and estimated range. It also shows the level of assist that the ebike system is providing from zero to 1, 2, 3 and 4 and some bikes also have a T for throttle mode. The display is not removable but does feature a swivel hinge so you can reduce glare if sunlight is reflecting off of the screen. In this video instructions manual I cover the different modes and demonstrate how to operate a Raleigh ebike.