My question may have seemed strange, but I wanted to know if it was possible to make a parental remote control for an electric quad with a 12V battery.
I know there are already quads that have this option but if it was not there, it is possible to make one either same or does it exist commercially.
I ask this to control the speed of my son when he is on it or to stop the quad if danger and this, from a distance.
Thank you for your answers.
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On the other hand, unless you have a racing car (which makes you wonder why you leave it in the hands of your son), is it not better to educate?
1) bazaard this machine and buy him a bike
2) there is a whole range of protection
3) you have to know how to take risks to know your limits: I went at least 3 times over my handlebars when I was a kid (and curiously, not when I was fooling)
liloute93 wrote:... My question may perhaps seem strange but I wanted to know if it was possible to make a parental remote control for an electric quad with a 12V battery ...
See at Velleman:
There is what is needed in kits / modules from the infrared remote control, which has a few meters range, to the GSM remote control via the mobile phone, whose range is unlimited.
It took 15 minutes for mine (which was 2 1/2 at the time) to get to hold on its electric booster without wheels ... 3 weeks later it was on a 50PW yamaha (well ok I had to take them rear shock absorbers to lower the machine by 7cm) ... The most difficult thing was to find a helmet and real shoes in his size ...
It is a radio relay controlled remotely.
You can imagine an assembly with the 2nd relay to slow it down ... by lowering the supply voltage of the motor.
It’s a Velleman product that Leo talked about
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