The Component of Hoverboard


You will know its component after read the following explanation below!

                  Although it seems easy to work, it will not as very easy as you think. Actually, when you see it on television, it looks like you only need to ride on its two wheels. Then, it will automatically move from one place to another. It is not so simple like that because you have to think about your balance. It is not only about the balance but many more factors. You have to now first about the features or the following main components such as a steel frame with a central pivot, a logic board, two gyroscopes, two infrared sensors, two electric motors (located inside the wheels), two tilt/speed sensors (located inside the wheels), charging port, power switch, a battery pack, LED lights, pressure pads, and plastic shell. This all component will be the important thing that should be there.

Hoverboard works by moving it from one place to another place. From the wheel sensor, it contains a tilt and speed sensor. This detects the rpm (revolutions per minute) of the individual wheel, and sends it to the gyroscope and speed control boards. The location is inside the main body, right next to the wheels. Then the gyroscope and speed control boards receive the rpms and tilt information from the sensor inside the wheels, and they, in turn, send it to the main logic board. After that, the logic board as the “brain” of your hoverboard is a place where the processor computes in real time the status of the board that control the speed at which you are travelling, the relative speed, and tilt of the individual wheels.      Remember about the battery pack which keeps your board going. There are different packs out there, but the vast majority of them are 36V 4400mAH battery packs. Overall, those are the component that you must know to work with it.