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Sports-and-Recreation Have you ever been asked how many watts your electric scooter is? Do you know what they are talking about? Not a day goes by when someone .es into the store and says I want an X watt electric scooter. Do they really know what they are asking? Let’s break it down. As a scooter shop store and service center, I’m here to educate you that watts are not the only concern when buying electric scooters. Though the amount of wattage is important, there are other factors that need to be considered and all work hand in hand to determine the speed, range and endurance capability of your electric scooters. Watts, as defined in the The American Heritage Science Dictionary is The SI derived unit used to measure power, equal to one joule per second. In electricity, a watt is equal to current (in amperes) multiplied by voltage (in volts). When we think of watts in the electric scooter, we think of the amount of output power that the motor can give us at its peak. It is our experience, that the more stable electric scooters are going to be more dependant on not only the amount of watts that the motor is, but also with the type of controller and battery setup that .es with all that power. All three .ponents must work together properly to provide an efficient product that can maximize the power of the motor. We have seen electric powered scooters with a rating of 750 and even up to 1000 watts. We used to carry these types of electric scooters. However, we had serious problems with the controllers and even had several that required so much power that the controllers would literally catch fire. After several attempts to eliminate this, we determined that the 750 and 1000 watt electric powered scooters were not worth the possible incidents. Sure a 750 watt or even a 1000 watt electric scooter sounds great. More power right? Consider this word of caution. The 750 watt and 1000 watt electric scooters have been known to have a lower actual output of power. Every electric powered scooter motor has a plate with the rating stamped on it. Look at yours and if it is supposed to be a 750 watt or 1000 watt motor, then the plate should read exactly that. Chances are that it may be just a 500 watt motor. If the dealer won’t provide .plete details, then our advice is to stay away from that dealer; chances are that they won’t be there when you need them to get your electric scooters fixed. The most .mon wattage for the popular scooters these days are going to be the 350 watt electric powered scooters or the 500 watt electric powered scooters. Our advice is to stick to these types of electric scooters. Don’t be tempted to go higher, unless it is a proven brand. The only proven brand with little to no problems from our experience is Go-Ped. Go-Ped is made in the United States and is featured worldwide. The X-Treme electric scooters have proven to be among the top of the line imported electric scooters. Some of the popular bicycle manufacturers have .e out with higher wattage electric scooters and are continuously refining their controller setups. Even the true 750 watt electric scooters won’t get you much faster, maybe one to two miles per hour and maybe three to four more miles on a charge. Some 750 watt electric scooters will not even get you as far as the higher end 500 watt models. I have a few 500 watt model electric powered scooters that can go an average of twenty to thirty miles per hour and twenty to thirty miles on a single charge. There are not many that can claim that and prove it. One thing to remember is that both speed and distance is dependant on the type of terrain that the scooter is on as well as how much weight it is carrying. The heavier the load, the less distance and speed that you will get overall. Remember that it’s not just about watts. Controller and battery setup also play a major role in determining the overall performance of your electric scooter. Remembering this will ensure that you won’t be disappointed. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: