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    Rockwheel GT16 (ES) / Ninebot One S2 & Z10 (DE)

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  1. I don't know if this is a problem in other countries, but at least it is in several countries in Europe... At least in Spain, the EUC's are not illegal, but the main problem is that the maximum allowed design speed is 20-25km/h, and obviously our favourite EUC's (from Gotway, KingSong, Inmotion, Ninebot...) are sold with maximum speeds way higher than the maximum legal speed. I thought a little bit about it and I guess it'd be a good "solution" if the manufacturer could sell the EUC's with a maximum default speed up to 25km/h (call it "max safe speed" or whatever), and it could be "unlocked" by SW or FW (just the same way like now limiting the tiltback to lower speeds, but in the opposite way). This way we would ride completely legal (except for maybe the max power), but also allowed to unlock higher speeds (of course under user's responsibility). What do you think? Do you think it would be a good idea to be implemented in new EUC's?
  2. I'm looking for a really cheap Ninebot One C / C+ / E / E+. I don't mind if the battery/motor/controller is damaged, I only need the chassis and the enclosure (even damaged, I would repair it). I'm based in Spain and Germany.
  3. Ich wünsche die Mten3 zu testen, wenn du mich lässt
  4. I would say a Gotway MCM5 ( I guess the Mten3 has a smaller battery for your purpose...), or a KingSong KS14(D or S)
  5. Well if you can wait one more month, I'll upload the design of the ChargeDoctor I made: But first I have to test it...
  6. 20 in Spain and Berlin, after that I'll release the design for everybody
  7. Time to send the Gerber files to the manufacturer!
  8. I just saw this device in Aliexpress: https://es.aliexpress.com/item/4000272862342.html It seems to be a development board with battery, which can be attached to the wrist, and programmed using a ESP32 module... What about using it as datalogger for our wheels? What do you think about it? Can it be easily used with Wheellog or EUC World? @Seba
  9. Okay, you convinced me to use XT60 connectors...
  10. Yes sure, I need to buy some more components but I'll test it. I contacted the MPS Area Sales Manager to confirm if the MP157GS is capable of working with a 7.5V-to-450V Wide Input Range. I understand it is (according to the fact that it's "exactly the same device"), but I want to be sure...
  11. Actually take a look to the schematic on the last page of the MP157 datasheet: Even though the input is from an AC source, the input to the IC is rectified, so it should be the same if a DC input is used (from the charger). I asked to the company for stock of the MP9488 and they recommended me to buy the MP157 model, according to them it's the same device but different name (?)
  12. Thanks for the link! I didn't even know if it existed... According to the step-down regulator, I found (and bought) this: https://www.mouser.de/ProductDetail/946-MP157GS
  13. Well yes, but they should be able to be soldered to the PCB, and I guess they're not robust enough if soldered directly on two copper pads... Anyway it's NOT a charger, it's just a charge monitor
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