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Old 03-17-2017, 07:00 AM   #1
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my Ninebot Elite died on me yesterday with no warning and still 3 bars on battery and I had only went 50 yards when it cut out ended up in A&E with a broken arm and badly bashed face!
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my Ninebot Elite died on me yesterday with no warning and still 3 bars on battery and I had only went 50 yards when it cut out ended up in A&E with a broken arm and badly bashed face!
There is no stick shake or warning before it shuts down?....Thats nothing like a real Segway if thats true!
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Old 03-17-2017, 07:24 PM   #4
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There is no stick shake or warning before it shuts down?....Thats nothing like a real Segway if thats true!
One of the less understood aspects of the original HT and PT Segway models is that almost everything important to staying upright has a level of redundancy. I do not know whether the new "Segway" products have such redundancy, but I do not think so.

Although Segway riders drove into walls, into each other, fell on ice, snow, and wet grass, very few Segs actually failed and dumped their riders. I think I recall one, maybe. Without redundancy, this record will change.
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The importance of redundancy may not be obvious to some folks, until they think about it.

Redundancy allows one "half" of the intelligence to monitor the "other half". If the "other half" goes away (i.e., quits working), then the half that's "alive" can institute a stick shake, noisy warning, and reasonably-gentle shutdown.

Without redundancy, if it dies, it dies.
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The importance of redundancy may not be obvious to some folks, until they think about it.

Redundancy allows one "half" of the intelligence to monitor the "other half". If the "other half" goes away (i.e., quits working), then the half that's "alive" can institute a stick shake, noisy warning, and reasonably-gentle shutdown.

Without redundancy, if it dies, it dies.
System redundancy has been my concern with the Chinese models since the beginning, and I posed the question several times. Seems we now have some evidence...

Very sorry to see someone get injured like this...
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