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  1. palachzzz

    Ninebot One Z : Z6-Z8-Z10

    Take a look at the frame where the rider is no longer on the wheel, the wheel restored the horizon. This is not a shutoff, cutoff, shutdown (or any other word means that wheel doesn't work more), it's overlean. after that:
  2. As we know, MSX 84V has idle speed = 78 km\h, at 55 km\h it usually starts beeping, and one our guy overlean MSX at speed about 63-64 km\h. But MSX has more powerfull battery (about 5 kW). So you definately right that 60 km\h and more - not good idea for Z10 with its battery (about 3.5kW). But KS-18L feels pretty OK at speed 50 km\h with almost the same battery. So I think 50 km\h on Z10 should be OK for a carefull rider. By the way, another our guy overlean KS-18L several times, at speed 42km\h, 50km\h, and even 15 km\h.
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    Ninebot One Z : Z6-Z8-Z10

    It was at least 9.5 m/s or ~35 km/h after a falling. But maybe +- because of camera angle.
  4. palachzzz

    Ninebot One Z : Z6-Z8-Z10

    It is very strange, that in the list of your weaknesses you list the specifications that are written everywhere, Ninebot users knows which battery, which maximum speed, and which weight they buying. The speed reducement inherent to most of wheel for safity reason. "weak-underdimensioned board and parts inside, the very special drive characteristics because of the hard wide tire" - I don't understand what do you mean there and why it is weakness. Сalibration can be restored in the way that is used for all old Ninebots without the application. The light is a known problem, and @Lukasz showed how to fix it in about the first video. Trolley - yes it is problem, and there are no solution yet. I don't know why, but in you post you talk a lot about people (Ninebot owners), but not about wheel itself. You state the wrong things, but when you was corrected you became so angry. I have already met this, but for some reasons it was only Kingsong owners, not Gotway, not Inmotion, only some of the Kingsong owners behave this way. What wrong with you guys? In general, I can write a list of weakness for each wheel of this year, and even without listing specifications, it will be large enough
  5. palachzzz

    Ninebot One Z : Z6-Z8-Z10

    Guys, this video is not about Ninebot Z, it was Rockwheel GT16 wheel. I saw video with Dean's fail.. but I can't find it.
  6. palachzzz

    Ninebot One Z : Z6-Z8-Z10

    Not true, he rode at it beeping at maximum speed. And he rode with slippers without any protection gear, only a helmet, it is not very smart. And there are no information that Z switched off. Just usual overlean, which is possible on any wheel. Ninebot Z has two separated batteries no any chain (by the way, "old daisz chained technique" what is that?). Each battery has separate wiring, separate FETs set, and main board connects it to motor independently (most likely - connects battery with highest Voltage, thats why recuperation works only in one battery pack), and as I saw 63Amps in logs - it seems that it swithces they very fast. So nothing common with other techniques which are used by other vendors
  7. palachzzz

    WheelLog Android App

    It reported on bluetooth only when you exceed this limit, you can see such info in logs in "alarm" colomn as "Tiltback, speed XX at limit YY",
  8. palachzzz

    New riders and wheel's "learner speed limit"

    Shortening motor is necessary for regeneration to work. If there is no battery, then the voltage will rise to 100+ volts and the main board will be burnt. It works always when braking or downhill, extremely hard braking is not required.
  9. palachzzz

    WheelLog Android App

    I am pleased to bring to your attention the WheelLog's log visualizer. This is a third-party service that is created by a member of the Russian community @wellsky. You can see how it works on my log with Z10. You can click on some point on the track to see details at that moment. Example: https://electro.club/map/3000 You can visualize your own logs, but make sure that you use "Log Location" and "Use GPS for location" WheelLog's options. If your track is displayed incorrectly - keep in mind that some phones have power saving settings that turn off GPS after a while after turning off the screen. Link: https://electro.club/wheellog Now active work is underway on the functional, so various changes may occur.
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    Ninebot One Z : Z6-Z8-Z10

    I charged with 6A from 10% to 100%, after that battery was 38 C (1st battery) and 35 C (2nd) But with 9A I charged from 50% to 100%, as the last stage is constant voltage, so current decreased after about 30 min, and at the end of charge it was 35 C (1st) and 33 C (2nd) It seems that the main influence has a charge time
  11. palachzzz

    Ninebot One Z : Z6-Z8-Z10

    Two 14s3p batteries of LG MH1 cells (so 14s6p for whole battery), For each MH1 - 1.55A (0.5C) is normal charge, 3.1A (1C ) is fast charge. 5C doesn't acceptable for Li-ion. Optional
  12. palachzzz

    Ninebot One Z : Z6-Z8-Z10

    I returned The charging and discharging current passes through different FETs and different circuits. I tested the maximum charge current, it is 9A for Z10 and this is just the normal charge current for our elements according to the datasheet. 9A is ok, but not more - bms turns off the charging port if the current is more than 9A for one second. I tried 9A for a 1 hour - no problem, but charging port has become warm, at 6A - almost no heating.
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    WheelLog Android App

    Use WheelLog