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Front and rear light for the Ninebot One


stefaand

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Hello,

 

I'm a new user who is using the Ninebot One E+

Fantastic device.

 

But I'm looking for the white front LED light and a rear red LED light to easily connect to the ninebot.

Does anyone have any idea what could be the best solution here ?

 

Thanks,

Stefaan

 

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I would imagine that it is a temporary measure to prevent damage during the learning stage?

wouldn't have survived my learning stage

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I was wondering, since there are led strips in the wheel already, can't we just add led strips between the wheels so they point forward and backwards? :)  

If you buy a led string with WS2812B, you can connect it in parallel with the rear right one, and put five or four leds in the rear. Or more leds if you buy a high density string, with more leds per meter.

Then choose an colour scheme with power off led rings, and activate the break light for ring leds in the app.

Now, when you break, the rear leds will turn on, in red colour.

As an example: http://www.paris-kk.com/ninebot-one.htm

 

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Hello folks, 

 

I'd like to show front and rear lights for ninebot One e+. I did some adaptation using 3M green to paste the support. You can put the LEDs in this support and remove easily for recharge the LEDs.

I bought both in: 

Red color

http://www.dx.com/p/raypal-rpl-2261-6-mode-650nm-red-light-bicycle-safety-taillight-black-white-330098#.V6UuBMtv_qA

 

White color

http://www.dx.com/p/raypal-rpl-2261-30lm-6-mode-cool-white-light-bicycle-safety-taillight-black-yellow-330385#.V6UuMctv_qA

 

 

 

 

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I just borrowed from this site and did the same lights as mentioned earlier in this thread.  It's the LED Strips used on the sides of the wheel, cut to length, and soldered in.  I didn't cover them with Tinting because I prefer the bright light for safety.  This should work well.  I've run out of Safety light batteries a few times before the ride was over.  Now this will not happen again.  I still will run a separate headlight, but at least my caution lights are automatic and on all the time.  They perform just like the side lights.  Green when full.  Blue Spinning while riding, and Red When Braking.  Or, whatever light pattern you pick in the App.  They also won't get torn off if I have an accident.

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On 27.08.2016 at 4:52 AM, SuperSport said:

I just borrowed from this site and did the same lights as mentioned earlier in this thread.  It's the LED Strips used on the sides of the wheel, cut to length, and soldered in.  I didn't cover them with Tinting because I prefer the bright light for safety.  This should work well.  I've run out of Safety light batteries a few times before the ride was over.  Now this will not happen again.  I still will run a separate headlight, but at least my caution lights are automatic and on all the time.  They perform just like the side lights.  Green when full.  Blue Spinning while riding, and Red When Braking.  Or, whatever light pattern you pick in the App.  They also won't get torn off if I have an accident.

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Great modification.

May I ask, what did you put under the pedals?

 

 

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Hey I just want to share what I have on my ninebot one:

On the rear: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1734589

This is a 3D-printed adapter with 3 different features: A round knob on the top where a red backlight can be strapped. A dangling plate (made from a rubber like material, also 3D-printed) where a reflector can be mounted. And -- in case you live in a country that asks for a license plate, another rubber-like connector can be put in the middle section to mount a license plate.

All these things extend beyond the frame of the ninebot one, but they easily forgive crashes due to their flexibility.

On the front: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1687113

This is a 3D-printed headlight mount that clinches to a trolley handle.

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