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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.
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