Have interest and click the website to consult:
The release of Airwheel H3 means a new series was born—automatic electric wheelchair. Is it easy to ride it? There is a controller controlling H3 to go forward, backward, and turn left and right, and to accelerate, decelerate and brake. After opening the switch button, push the rod forward vertically and H3 moves forward. More forward, the faster the speed. Release the rod to slow down and when fully released, the rod is reset and H3 Electric Wheelchairs stops and is in the braking state. So does going backward. Similarly, turn the rod to left or right, it will turn left or right. Pushing more left or right, the faster the speed towards left or right. Release the rod to slow down and when fully released, the rod is reset and H3 stops and is in the braking state.
What about R6 and R8 electric assist bicycles? They provide riders with three different riding modes. Firstly, in the pure electricity mode, riders need to find the power switch in the one side of the batter, start it and hold the handle. First sit on the saddle and step on the pedals one foot by one foot. When riders are ready to ride it, they can push the accelerator in the right handle to accelerate. Secondly, in man-powered mode, riders can step on the pedals one foot by one foot and pedal it to go forward. Thirdly, in moped mode, riders should turn on the power switch. Power sensor can sense the rotation, and then give signal to the controller when the riding ring exceeds three rings, so that power-assisted mode is activated.
As for the Airwheel A6S self-balancing wheelchair, it installs aerospace attitude control theory, fuzzy software algorithm and gyroscope system to keep balance. That is, riders can go backward and forward by leaning backward and forward. While, if they want to change directions, they need to turn the handle controller on which there is a super large LED display that can be upgraded precisely shows the real-time data.