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  1. I have a problem with my KS18L – it is not charging at all. It used to have the tail light glowing red, and bluetooth would connect while charging but now - nothing. I've taken the covers off to see if I could see anything obvious. When I plug it in the LEDs in the picture flash for a fraction of a second and then nothing else happens. There is still 84V getting to the board – I’ve checked this with a multimeter against where the charging wires connect to the motherboard. I’ve checked the two 30amp fuses and they are ok. Any suggestions please
  2. Dear all, My Inmotion V5+ does not seem to charge full to 100% as indicated on the app anymore. While the light from the adapter (that rectagular block thing) switches from red to green, when I connect to the app the percentage is always only 90 something, never 100%. Moreover, when I connect to the app while charging the V5+, there seems to be no indication on the app to say that it is indeed charging. Any help? TIA
  3. First i would like to thank @Seba for giving me the idea and sharing his knowledge without which I would not have thought of this project. Check out his thread first: Decided not to go this route after the news of adjustable chargers going rogue and killing several 16x wheels with 100v++ despite being set to 84v. Felt more comfortable using my tested and proven GT16 chargers which are decently fast and never get hot. You can use any charger for this mod, just install the right connectors for your adapter/meter. For those who might attempt this: Mains voltage is dan
  4. The V5F as sold by eWheels optionally comes with a "rapid" charger that outputs 2.5 amps. The standard charger that comes with the V5F outputs 1.5 amps. I have both and figured I'd use the standard charger for ordinary at-home charges since I don't care how long they take, and pack the rapid charger for all-day trips so I could pick up some juice along the way. The two disadvantages of the rapid charger are its size and weight. It's considerably larger than the standard one, which makes it less appealing to carry in my backpack. (See photos.) The standard charger weighs 15.1 ounces (4
  5. I am using a power meter to monitor my charging of Airwheel X3 battery, I noticed the cut-off will only happen after 68.1V, which is about 4.256V per cell. I assume my power meter may have small measurement error, but idea charging cut-off should be 67.2v or 4.2V per cell. This is happening to anyone charger ? or my battery/charger having issue
  6. Hello, Looking for ideas to charge our wheels faster. i've seen that charge doctor 2 seems to be able to charge faster with two charger but to me (newbie) this still sounds a bit complex. I got an ACM16 and an MCM4HS and looking at the charger it's exactly the same: DC 67.2 1.75A So i guess my MCM340 is charging in about 2h30min, the ACM16 820mh is charging in about 6h. I am looking to possibly do a long trip with one of those but don't know yet which one i will take. I will probably do a lot of km and will need to charge on the road finding points to recharge, probably
  7. I bought an off-brand electric unicycle back in December and until a few weeks ago it worked perfectly. But then I went out of town and forgot my charger so it was out of juice for a couple of days and when I returned to plug in my charger, the light on the charger immediately turned green. Even though the wheel itself only lights one of four LEDs. The wheel still has a little power on it, so I know that it works - i rode it around my parking lot until the low battery indicator began to beep - it just won't charge. I then assumed the charger had stopped working so I bought a new one off eBay,
  8. What is the best to way to extend battery life on an EUC? I have a 9B1 E+ and ride it to work with 7km every day so a typical battery charge lasts at least 3 rides. For battery overall life (not considering safety of riding on a full battery everytime), should I recharge every night, only when empty or it does not matter?
  9. Since it is easy to find cheap converters from 12v to ...whatever until 80v or more, and two amps, we can charge the ninebot in our car. The only trouble that I can see, is how to find a connector to put into the charge port of our ninebot. Anyone knows which kind of connector is, or where can we buy it?
  10. Is there a reason why it seems just Gotway and King Song sell electric unicycles with big battery packs in them? (granting the euc a long travel distance range) Why are the other manufacturers (Solowheel, Ninebot, IPS, Airwheel, etc.) not installing batteries bigger than the 300's Wh? For me range is top priority, top speed is secondary. I'm sure I'm not the only one. The other manufacturers need to step it up!
  11. What are some good proven public places to connect an EUC charger to top off the battery (recharge) that are not your home nor your work place? Lets say, for example, that you go ride for leisure at a big city (such as Washington DC, Madrid, Dublin, New York, Rome, etc.) and need to top up the battery, where do you stop for it?
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