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  1. How far can you travel at top speed or close to it on your device in freezing weather and warm weather? provide: battery size, Wh average speed Range at top speed in below freezing/Range at top speed above 10 degrees Celsius Given comfortable tyre pressure.
  2. Dark objects are known to become hotter in the sun. This happens as a result of the high emissivity of dark objects. High emissivity objects will absorb more radiation from the sun's rays. And strikingly enough, high emissivity objects will also radiate heat at a faster rate than low emissivity objects. When it comes to vehicles left in the sun, the higher emissivity, the higher the internal temperatures. There's this BuzzFeed video that quickly demonstrate the phenomena: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZS95SPm4f2I What I'm curious about is if this makes a big difference when actively riding an electric unicycle, and if so, would it then be worth going with a lighter colored EUC to counter these effects and to thereby stand a better chance of preventing overheating from occurring? Or does color taste win out?
  3. This is not a concern yet, but I want to make preparations for the inevitable. I live in Scottsdale, Arizona located in the middle of the Sonoran desert, and summer temperatures average 107°F/42°C and frequently reach 117°F/47°C for days at a time. Seeing as how the specs for the Ninebot On E+show a max operating temperature of 113°F/45°C, what should I expect as far as performance? How will this affect battery life, and even more importantly, will I experience sudden shutdowns due to exceeding operating temperature? Is there an overtemperature warning beep on the E+? And... is there anything I can do to upgrade the motherboard/chip by adding to or replacing the heatsink to gain more effective heat dissipation as operating temperature approaches ambient air temperatures? Any thoughts?
  4. What is the max temperature a Ninebot One e+ can operate at. I think I was getting an over heating warning. I was beeping and flashing red lights on the lower half. I was practicing going back ward. So lot of fast stops. Not much backward yet. when I finally got the App sync to the Ninebot One e+ n20 Firmware 1.2.7, which was about four minutes after stopping, it read 155F/68C..After about five or six minutes it went green and stopped beeping. I tried turning it off on several time at first sign of beeping.Hoping to stop the beeping but it did not stop it. 20 minutes later happed again. I started riding at about 105F/40.6C then started to beep at 158.4F/70.2C about ten minutes later. I am at about 42% charge on the battery
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