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    New York City
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    Ninebot Z10 + IPS i5 + Gotway Monster

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  1. Just happen to be reading some old threads for ideas and wow, its 5 years later and except for the first suggestion, gotway is still having trouble with the rest. Oh Gotway...
  2. My plan to completely sap you of any enthusiasm so you'll sell it to me for cheap is apparently working.. *evil laugh*
  3. Well may be it comes from what I am used to in my own line of work; but when it comes to life safety related product any false claim is super dangerous since there're a high likely hood for people to get hurt when something fail. Sure It'll be great if EUCs are build to a higher standard but its primary purpose isn't really for safety so maybe that's why I think of it as being in a different category? Thank you! well I am not quite sure about the "successful" part and I wouldn't say I am happy with my current setup either. I did buy two bags of that Cellblock EX stuff and am still tryi
  4. If your product was specified for used as part of telecom closet installation; I imagine there must had been tests conducted by an OSHA approved laboratory. or even better UL certificates showing that it is in conformance to fire suppression standard. Again based on experience any product associated with life safety usually have these documentation available on their website since its the first thing any specifier would look for. If you do please share it here so we can all see exactly what are the parameter the tests had been conducted. I can't emphasize enough the importance of
  5. Sure, that will be ideal, but at least they have some documentation vs this sticker thing which seems to just have some home brew test that they rig up them selves.
  6. This looks really sketchy to me; I have specified a good bit of fire suppression production/ system for work and have never seen this or anything similar used. There are also many government standard and regulation associated with this type of product for good reason since it is life safety related. Also usually the first thing I look for are UL tests which shows how the product was tested since that tells me what how it'll actually work. A good examples are the UL test from cellblock EX; another fire suppression product specifically designed to put out battery fire. https://cellblo
  7. Yes, that corner completed melted and the wire came right off.
  8. that's just crazy talk LOL. This is literally what they did with the EX board.
  9. Thank you! try adding a 2lbs gimbal to the formula, I am not sure if is dedication or insanity! LOL
  10. But I smile at the camera; isn't that enough to believe everything I say? LOL =D the more I thought about these cascade of issues the more I am turned off by the monster pro, issues with ride control and firmware are minor but if its a fire risk then there's no way I am getting it.
  11. worst part is that Gotway obviously realized that this is a problem and made a partial solution, but then they only put it on some of the wheels. Archie also didn't have this on his monster pro and reported significant water intrusion into battery compartment. Over heating, water + control board right next to the battery packs. Sounds like a recipe for disaster.
  12. Yup not good. Looking at their tear down I realized they were missing an additional 3d printed shield to help protect the exhaust port that was on the demo monster pro we have here. fan is not always on, when its off this is just an opening with the fan blades in the way
  13. This was even worst than the usual “Gotway” it really feels like they simply scaled up their design without taking into consideration the ramification from having a significantly larger motor and power supply system.
  14. where did this explanation come from? there were no debris as I had open the wheel up prior to this and did not see anything unusual.
  15. That is really interesting, may I ask where you found this? I am always up for fun factoids about the segway!!
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