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1. Koowheel Patent design;
2. CE/ROHS/SGS certificates;
3. Gravity sensors, not the regular 4pcs silicone gros, more sensetive and stable, lower defective rate;
4. Led lights on the whole pedals;
5. Bluetooth speaker;
Pls check the video to know more on the model Koowheel K3:
1. Samsung original imported battery;
2. Taotao Tech mainboard;
3. Hanghong motor;
4. Raw materials made cover with UV covered;
5. Aluminium alloy body;
6. UL/CE certificated charger.
Warranty: 2 years
Use your bicycle to go up to twenty miles per hour for twenty-50 miles – fast set up, universal compatibility. The Patent Pending GeoOrbital wheel is an evolution of the orbital wheel (the wheels on the TRON Bikes). The GeoOrbital wheel replaces a standard bicycle front wheel to switch your bicycle into a impressive electric bicycle in under 60 seconds.
This gyro is self balancing but with no forward motion. Please see my version 5 for a complete balanced and motorized vehicle.
Warning: cd rotors are very dangerous, mine was cracked and exploded. If you must build one, wear safety glasses or you may end up blind.
Built this simple self-balancing two wheeler model using a dc motor, 4 cds as a gyroscope rotor and an acrylic ruler and wood frame. You will have to watch the video to find out the secret to balancing with a gyro.
I also tried attaching two parallel wheels (also did inline wheels) but it just wants to spin in a circle and when I try to move it in the direction of the wheels it falls over easily unless I push very slowly. I suppose motorized wheels will work but without some active dynamic balancing mechanism it would be pretty susceptible to falling.
Update 5/19/2006: discovered that with free precession the mass of the rotor does not have to be as high as when doing forced precession where it must be much higher to maintain it’s balance.
More details at http://letsmakerobots.com/content/gyro-stabilized-two-wheeler-v5-steering