Segway Smart Self Balancing Personal Transporter

Segway Inc. of New Hampshire, USA, has manufactured a two-wheeled, self-balancing electric vehicle, the Segway self-balancing transporter has been invented by Dean Kamen. These personal transporters had success in niche markets such as transportation for police departments, military bases, warehouses, corporate campuses and industrial sites.

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The robot fits on the new Ninebot Segway base released when Ninebot bought the company in April. This base is self-balancing just like the old scooter’s and it allows the little robot to scoot around with reckless abandon.

The robot is a joint partnership between Intel and Ninebot. A developer version will launch in 2016 followed by a commercial version.

How to Operate Segway:

  • Black Key: for beginners. Lowest speed (electronically limited to no more than 6 mph); lower turning rate.
  • Yellow Key: for intermediate users and/or pavements. Higher speed is up to 8 mph (13 km/h); higher turning rate.
  • Red Key: for more advanced users in open areas. Maximum speed is up to 10 mph (16 km/h) on p-Series and 12.5 mph (20.1 km/h) on an i-Series; and maximum turning rate.

Previous Versions:

  • Segway i167: Titanium color base. One of the first three Segway HTs released.
  • Segway e167: The same as the i167, but with the Electronic Kickstand (allowing the HT to stay balanced without a rider). The e167 also came standard with the upper and lower cargo structures.
  • Segway p133: Human Transporter. Smaller platform and wheels and less powerful motors than the i and e-Series. Top speed was 4.5 m/s(10 mph, 16 km/h) in the p-Series.
  • Segway i170: Midnight Blue color base. Otherwise, the same as the i167.
  • Segway i180: Available with a Sport Red, Solar Yellow, and Midnight Blue colored fenders. Lithium-ion batteries.[22]
  • Segway XT: The first Segway HT designed specifically for recreation.
  • i2 series: The first on-road Segway PT with LeanSteer.
  • x2 series: The first off-road Segway PT with LeanSteer.

Mini PRO Features:

  • Connect the miniPRO with your mobile device to the app (via Bluetooth) to access many features such as unmanned operation, anti-theft alarm, speed control, customizable lights, vehicle diagnostics, and firmware updates.
  • Aircraft grade magnesium alloy frame, with 10.5″ vacuum tires provides military-grade shock resistance.
  • Padded knee control bar enables precision steering with comfort.
  • Speed : 10 mph
  • Customizable LED Lights

I-series Features:

  • Speed – 12.5 mph(20.1 km/h)
  • Maximum power: 2 horsepower (1.5KW) / servo motor
  • Mileage: 15-25mi (24-40km) when fully charged lithium ion battery
  • Charging: 8-10 hours for full charge

The batteries also recharge while riding downhill and stopping, and by the scooter being pushed while turned off.

P-series Features:

  • Mileage: 6–10 mi (9.7–16.1 km) on a fully charged nickel metal hydride (NiMH) battery
  • Charging: 4-6 hours for full charge

In 2006, series i2 and x2, were released and these were sold with different variant names like

  • Segway GT: Golf Transporter
  • Segway PT i2 Ferrari Edition

Robot’s Used :

RMP 210: Sometimes Smaller is Better

Specifications:
Dimensions – 625 x 637 x 481 mm
Weight – 52 kg (115 lbs)
Clearance – 93 mm (3.7 in)
Communication – Ethernet, CAN, USB

RMP 220: Self-Balancing With A Zero Turn Radius

Specifications:
Dimensions – 664 x 637 x 761 mm
Weight – 73 kg (161 lb)
Clearance – 93 mm (3.7 in)
Communication – Ethernet, CAN, USB

RMP 440 LE: Built for off-road transport

Specifications:
Dimensions – 1105 x 842 x 533 mm
Weight – 120 kg (256 lbs)
Clearance – 110 mm (4.3 in)
Communication – Ethernet, CAN, USB

RMP 440 SE: Built for Off-Road Transport

Specifications:
Dimensions – 1105 x 842 x 607 mm
Weight – 106 kg (235 lbs)
Clearance – 272 mm (10.7 in)
Communication – Ethernet, CAN, USB

RMP 440 FLEX OMNI: Our Highest Max Payload

Specifications:
Dimensions – 1575 x 789 x 397 mm
Weight – 128 kg (283 lb)
Clearance – 144 mm (5.7 in)
Communication – Ethernet, CAN, USB

 

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