I been running my board for eight months now with a finger trigger remote, the first one was the Evolve remote and the second one the mini remote, I can’t stop praising the mini remote, it has been amazing in terms of butterness, adjustment, immediate pairing, extremely long battery life, it just had a few disadvantages as a toyish on/off switch and bad battery springs, things that are very easy to fix BTW.
So today I change my mini remote for there and the Enertion Nano X, it immediately paired, I adjusted the PPM limits and went for a test ride, the board was too powerful on low rpms, maybe I’m not used to a thumb trigger but riding on this remote was very awkward, I almost fall a couple of times, I definitely lost low speed control.
There’s a switch to change modes, I don’t know how it works, I don’t know if I need to adjust something else but so far I’m not liking it more than my Mini Remote
I really really do like the Nano-X, in particular because you can switch on-the-go between the two modes. Usually, I ride the board using the low-power mode, however, when extra power is needed (e.g. steep hill) I switch to the boost mode. Overall I am quite happy and had no drop outs whats-o-ever.
That’s a Nano remote. Lots of people have already tried those, myself included.
And Frankly, I wasn’t impressed with anything about it except its size.
As for reliability, long battery life, smooth operation and ergonomic comfort, I’ll stick with the larger Mini RC remote
The mini remotes were available on banggood. I could have picked one up for $23 Canadian and free shipping (30-45 days). It would seem the cat is out of the bag though. Stock problems. Remember not to share until you buy your own first Probably coming to a reseller near you. Thankfully I don’t need one.
It seems it is possible to make 2 or more ride modes for other remotes, too!
It seems there just needs to be a resistor in line with the potentiometer! You make this by wiring a switch and making a parallel connections to the pot… For the ‘‘parallel’’ connection, you add resistors, which increase the resistance value…thus decreasing the ‘‘sensitivity’’ and max output of the remote.
I agree with Namasaki. The Mini RC is a very reliable remote that gives you a nice accel range on the trigger. It fits really well in my hand, and I’ve never been bothered by the size. I have no reason to switch to a Nano, nor do I want thumb control.