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  1. Winter coming.. ;-) Li-Ion batteries like warm weather - and perform much worse if used in cold weather, also deteriorate much faster in low temperatures. Thanks to riders from colder countries additional functionality of the Ninebot Z smart BMS had been found... Ninebot Z smart BMS is closely monitoring batteries temperature (please note that this is different sensor than controller temperature - see the difference on the pics below - controller temp is 16 deg.C while battery is 18 deg.C not only in terms of overheating, but also for too low limits... this may be disappointment to a few users who got stuck after longer break in the trip in cold weather, but in fact it is SAFETY feature protecting rider from over current / switch off during the ride, and also protecting batteries against destruction (use of Li-Ion cells in low temperatures destroy cells quickly) So - If the battery temperature falls below certain limit (not yet found - but probably 0 - 5 deg Celsius or similar - please post your comments) Z10 will not turn ON ... So - this is general info for ALL unicycles - in winter conditions - never leave it in the car trunk or any other place with temperatures below room temperature - keep it warm before the ride - during ride battery will heat itself, and after the ride - put it back to the warm room. Do not make longer stops outside if weather is cold, for sure if it is below 0 Celsius.
  2. Please find below details of the power supply mod for Ninebot 10 to allow to use Charge Doctor - great tool to keep Your battery healthy.. I have over 5500 km on my Kingsong KS16S, charging it every day to 92%, and once a week to 100% - I see no decrease in range, batteries are still OK. (percentage can vary on different wheels, what is important to stop the charging when current starts to drop to save the cells from slow final phase of charging) Charge doctor also allow to charge with 2 chargers at once - so this solves the "fast charging" issue in very universal way as wheel can be charged with original chargers - one for regular charging and two pieces if fast charging is required. Just purchase additional charger (The charging plug to to Z is the same for the mini plus, it’s proprietary to Segway-Ninebot) I haven't tested the real charging time of 995Wh Z10 yet, but it seems to be painfully slow - comments welcomed... I had seen some news that Ninebot may release fast 4A charger, so probably Z10 can be charged with two chargers with no issues, but this is unconfirmed information. Please do not blame me in case of any issues, lost warranty, fire, earthquake and similar events. Mod is "as is" no warranty in any way. Most likely cutting the cable in the power supply will also be treated as the loss of warranty, so please do not attempt such mods if You are not aware of consequences, also - in case of the mod - + is RED !
  3. Olá colegas, comprei 02 Ninebot Z10 e recebi aqui no Brasil ontem! Acontece que os dois não estão ligando de maneira nenhuma . Achei que poderia ser falta total de carga da bateria, pois são novos , embora , deveria ter um pouco de carga , pelo menos para ligar , mas não ligou. Coloquei o carregador nele o liguei na tomada para carregar, mas ele continua verde e acredito que deveria ficar vermelho para carregar. Já deixei por 12 horas carregando e nada , ou seja, continua com o carregador no verde e nada de ligar o Z10 . Alguèm pode me ajudar ??? Será que tem alguma espécie de sistema de bloqueio que tenho de liberar ??
  4. For those who are interested... and I am sure there will be a few people interested - please go ahead and print yourself the accidental switch-off protector for Z10 which I have designed.... (tested in real life, I use it myself) It has 3 purposes: prevents accidental switch off - You have to press in specific point to switch the wheel ON and OFF It decreases the problem with front lamp of Z10 being switch off by any incoming car lights It works as the protector of the display against scratches. Print on any 3d printer from PLA or ABS, with thin layer like 0,05 mm. It takes just 5-7 minutes to print, then take double sided tape, stick it to the printout, cut holes with sharp knife and stick to Z10! DONE! Please press "Like" button in return... ;-) Z10 switch protector.stl
  5. Hi All - My brand new Z10 came with a self-balance issue. When I turn it on, it gets balanced, but then it starts to shift down slowly. Questions: Does anyone has a suggestion to solve it? Is that a possible to do a hard reset in the Z10? Is that possible to know when the a new firmware will be released? Obs.: I already tried to calibrate the balance using the app. The firmware is the last version available. I'm already in contact with the re-seller, but also trying to solve it by myself. Thanks and Have a Safe Ride :) ezgif.com-video-cutter.mp4
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