Leaperkim's latest addition to the world of electric unicycles, the Veteran Lynx, boasts a powerful 20-inch 3200W motor, along with a robust 151V 2700Wh battery setup. Featuring an enhanced Gen 5 double layer board, Smart BMS, and cutting-edge algorithms for superior hall sensor error and motor blocking management, this unicycle stands out as a larger and more advanced iteration of the Leaperkim Veteran Patton model. The inclusion of a magnesium alloy motor rim, new double layer control boards with 36pcs MOSFETs supporting an 840A peak current load, and an adjustable mid-mounted suspension shock system with 90mm travel further elevates its performance capabilities.
Noteworthy features include dual charging ports (supporting max 15A charging), a taillight with braking and turning warning lights, and a Smart BMS that diligently reports the health of individual battery cells. This includes details such as cell voltage variance/drift, monitored by half-a-dozen independent temperature probes strategically placed across various cells and components on the BMS.
In terms of functionality, the Veteran Lynx incorporates a Hall Error fix algorithm to seamlessly address any Hall errors, ensuring the unicycle continues to balance effectively. The Smart Field Weakening feature enhances speed safety margin through a sophisticated software algorithm, while the Motor Anti-blocking rotation system safeguards the motor and controller from damage in the event of motor rotation blockage. These advancements collectively position the Veteran Lynx as an exceptional electric unicycle, delivering top-tier suspension performance.
Max. Speed (km/h) on public roads: 25;
Max. Speed (km/h) on private territories: 85.