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  1. The Ninebot One E+ can support 260 pounds. The lightest 450 watt gas generator I could find is about 22 pounds. Watts = current x voltage The charger requires 120 volts AC at 2.5 amps. So a 450 watt source at 120 volts would provide up to 3.75 amps. Watts/voltage = current Carrying a 22 pound load in a backpack is not unreasonable. After depleting the Ninebot's battery the rider could stop, remove and start the gas generator, connect the standard charger and recharge the EUC in the regular way for an hour or more each time for extra miles. https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B004RCVRWW/ref=psd_mlt_bc_B004RCVRWW Price is about $240 Supplying 2.5 amps would be 67% of Max load (3.75 amps). The generator runs 7.5 hours at 25% max load with 0.37 gallons gas. A run duration of over two hours per fill is predicted. Any thoughts about the idea of carrying a 22 lb portable gas generator in a backpack to recharge a Ninebot One E+ for an hour or more at intervals of about 10 miles (green zone performance for the BMS)? Too much hassel ? Too much to carry ?
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