The Veteran's debut electric unicycle: "Sherman". With a name inspired by a tank, it sets the bar for performance and durability in EUC's. With a massive 3200wh battery and 2500w motor, this wheel is making vibes for people who want an off-road extreme sports machine. A roll cage to protect the wheel and first of its kind wheel with an integrated dashboard display, it is expected that Sherman will set a new bar for off road riding.
Speed*: up to 72 km/h (45 mph), Top free spin speed 100km/h, Safe riding speed 25km/h
Range*: 200 kms (128 mi)
Motor power 2500W
Battery: 100.8V / 3200WH (Panasonic NCR18650GA)
Max gradibility: 30°
Operating temperature: -10-80?
Max load: 120 kg (265 lbs)
Charger: 100.8V / 5A (only CE standard)
Charging time: 8h
Product Dimensions: 500mm x 195mm x 592mm
Net weight / Gross Weight: 35 kg (77 lbs) / 40 kg (88 lbs)
Pedal dimension: 250mm x 130mm
Pedal altitude (from ground): 170mm
Mainboard: Customized connectors to fix wires firmly; 12 pcs Mosfets make it more durable.
Cooling: fan Dual cooling fans, set up at 45?.
Tire size: 20 inch off road tire.
Trolley handle: Central mounted build in.
LCD integrated panel: Display speed, battery voltage, mileage, mode switching, calibration,
battery status etc.
Metal bars: Anti scratch of shells.
Charge port: Dual charge ports,support 10A max.
Headlight: 1500 lm modularization light.
Taillight: Turning, braking warning lights.
Incline protection: Stop rolling once wheel body inclining 45°
Speed limit: Can be set through LCD panel.
Low battery protection: Alarm at 78V, tilt back at 75.6V
Battery protection: Overcharged, over-discharged, Charging port out put short circuit protection
Mainboard over heat protection: 85°.
Calibration: Set through LCD panel.
Package Size: 570mm x 280mm x 700mm
* Max Speed and Range may vary: During actual riding conditions Max Speed, Range, and Hill Climbing Capability (Gradeability) may vary significantly due to external factors such as rider weight, terrain, temperature, riding style, wind direction, tire pressure, slope etc. Above ratings are based on a 170 lb Rider @ 20 MPH
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