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Discussion in 'Home Power and Microgeneration' started by Brian Gaff, Feb 5, 2012.

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  1. Jim Wilkins

    Jim Wilkins Guest

    Actually I have reject Segway parts for mine. They encouraged us to
    play, occasionally on company time.
    http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Who_invented_the_Segway_Centaur
    They can't (and definitely shouldn't) go into customers' machines, so
    don't ask.
     
  2. Winston

    Winston Guest

    Jim Wilkins wrote:

    (...)
    I am *Solid Green* with envy.



    That is very cool!
    I wonder when they will be for sale?

    --Winston
     
  3. amdx

    amdx Guest

    Apparently never, the video was 2004!
    Mikek
     
  4. Winston

    Winston Guest


    Too bad.

    That would be a lot of fun to take
    to the market.

    --Winston
     
  5. And some qualified and then never used the darn things, like my aunt. I
    have an Invacare Storm Power 9000 rear wheel drive folding electric
    wheelchair (with right angle motors unfortunately) sitting on my front porch
    unused but still functional because she used it a couple times and then
    stored it in her garage and let the batteries (MK 22NF Gel cell) discharge
    and go bad. One of the 2 batteries I managed to recover somewhat to 20Ah out
    of the original 55 but the other had shorted cells and I recycled it. The
    one I recovered is hooked to my APC back-UPS Pro 650 (BP650SX107).

    IOW a new set of batteries and a charger is all that would be required to
    resurrect this one. I run it occasionally on a set of standard 18Ah AGM
    batteries like are in most jump-start packs, this set is from my parent's
    Black & Decker cordless electric lawnmower.
     
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