Self Balancing Scooter SH01 Brief Introduction
The self-balancing scooter has three sections. Two axes control the left and right of the scooter's body. Both sides can operate independently while moving and do not interfere with each other. The scooter has two wheels. The width between the wheels does not exceed the width of the average adult shoulder, and the scooter is battery powered.
The scooter has a handle that can be used to lift the scooter with one hand. The handle has an integrated display that shows parameters such as battery power, speed, temperature, and Bluetooth connection. The front of the handle is equipped with headlights and sensors. The sensor detects the light level, automatically turns on the headlights when visibility is poor and provides illumination when using the scooter at night. The scooter has no special brakes. When the rider leans forward, the scooter moves forward, when the rider stands up, the scooter stops, and when the rider leans backward, the scooter reverses. Scooters use the principle of dynamic equilibrium. As the body moves, the center of gravity changes, keeps changing and balances. For example, when we lean forward, the human body is not balanced. The body's natural balance system informs the brain about the situation, and the brain commands different organs to regain balance. Self-balancing Two-axis scooters reproduce the high-precision self-balancing system of the human body instead of walking. Provides mobility at low cost, quiet and convenient. The scooter uses a lithium battery. When the battery is fully charged, you can use the scooter to drive continuously for 20 km. When the low battery indicator appears, you need to charge or replace the battery. While charging, it is necessary to charge the entire device. Travel distance may vary as it may affect power consumption, such as riding methods, related road conditions, and grass slopes.
Caution before use
1. Stand behind the scooter and adjust the steering wheel until the pedal is level. At this time, the scooter is in equilibrium and ready to use. The first step on one of the one foot pedals. When you hear a "beep" sound indicating that the scooter is at proper pressure and maintaining balance, place your other foot. If the pedals are not balanced, adjust and level them.
2. Balance test: Place the scooter level and press the "On / Off" button for 3 seconds. Release the button when the beeper sounds and the side indicator LED flashes. After the balance test, you need to do a riding test.
Step up and maintain balance
Compared to riding a regular bike, it is easier to learn to operate a self-balancing scooter. Most beginners only take 3 minutes to operate a scooter professionally. Stand the instructor in front of the scooter, hold both hands, and make sure that you do not lose balance because of the tension and improper posture when you first step into the scooter.
After stepping on the scooter, look straight instead of facing down.
Step on the one-footed pedal first to align the center of gravity and maintain the weight of the pedal (think your attitude when moving forward).
Slowly walk the pedals, balance your abilities with the other legs (imagine standing on a flat ground), scooter, and enjoy a quiet and relaxing experience.