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Max Shojaie
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User Manual

Post by Max Shojaie » Wed May 08, 2019 1:21 am

Hi guys!

This is our very first version of the user's manual. Please share your feedback with us for any improvement, especially the backers who already have their bikes. Thanks

http://nireeka.com/user_manual/Nireeka- ... ay2019.pdf
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steveting99
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Re: User Manual

Post by steveting99 » Wed May 08, 2019 4:09 am

Max Shojaie wrote:
Wed May 08, 2019 1:21 am
Hi guys!

This is our very first version of user manual. Please share your feedback with us for any improvement, especially the backers who already have their bikes. Thanks

Nireeka User Manual
Max,

Can you check the link? It's not working for me somehow.

Thanks.

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Re: User Manual

Post by Max Shojaie » Wed May 08, 2019 11:10 am

steveting99 wrote:
Wed May 08, 2019 4:09 am
Max Shojaie wrote:
Wed May 08, 2019 1:21 am
Hi guys!

This is our very first version of the user's manual. Please share your feedback with us for any improvement, especially the backers who already have their bikes. Thanks

Nireeka User Manual
Max,

Can you check the link? It's not working for me somehow.

Thanks.
Please check again. Thanks

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Re: User Manual

Post by Marco Moschet » Wed May 08, 2019 3:37 pm

Looks good so far! :)

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Re: User Manual

Post by steveting99 » Thu May 09, 2019 9:56 am

Max Shojaie wrote:
Wed May 08, 2019 11:10 am

Please check again. Thanks
Max,

Works now!

Thanks.

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Re: User Manual

Post by steveting99 » Tue May 14, 2019 6:29 am

Max,

Page 18 regarding groupset details. Missing is the gear up-grade parts.

There's a repeat for the chain on the Homie (US&EU). 4th item on the table and 13th item on the table. Can you separate the table into two? One for the Homie and the other for the Steet/Street+?

Can you advise what the settings on display is going to be for the 250W/350W/500W and 1,000W motors?

Do the pedals need to be installed? No pictorials are shown.

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User Manual Suggestions

Post by Manticore » Tue May 14, 2019 6:12 pm

Suggest your editor utilize spelling and grammar checkers.
Suggest torque specs for all fasteners.
Suggest wiring diagram
Suggest exploded views
Suggest incorporation of Shimano "dealer level" component user guides for shifter and derailleur set up and adjustments so users in field have all the necessary information when needed.
Suggest bottom bracket service instructions.
Suggest tire specs and recommended inflation.
Suggest headset specs and service instructions.
Suggest charger use and safety section.
Suggest suspension specs, adjustment and service information.
Suggest brake specs and service instructions.
Suggest helmet use.
Discourage any and all stupid human tricks.(Do not iron clothes while riding your Nireeka, etc.)
Incorporate service parts list.

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Re: User Manual Suggestions

Post by Max Shojaie » Sat May 18, 2019 8:56 am

@Manticore, thank you so much for your time and feedback.

Suggest your editor utilize spelling and grammar checkers.
Already did with Grammarly.

Suggest torque specs for all fasteners.
Sure.

Suggest wiring diagram
It's too complicated to be in the user's manual and not useful for everyone.

Suggest exploded views
We will add if there is an application for it.

Suggest incorporation of Shimano "dealer level" component user guides for shifter and derailleur set up and adjustments so users in field have all the necessary information when needed.
Already included in the box.

Suggest bottom bracket service instructions.
Sure.

Suggest tire specs and recommended inflation.
Sure.

Suggest headset specs and service instructions.
Sure.

Suggest charger use and safety section.
Already included in the box.

Suggest suspension specs, adjustment and service information.
Already included in the box.

Suggest brake specs and service instructions.
Already included in the box.

Suggest helmet use.
Sure. Already included in the warning label, tho.

Discourage any and all stupid human tricks.(Do not iron clothes while riding your Nireeka, etc.)
Lol, sure

Incorporate service parts list.
Already included in the box.

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Re: User Manual

Post by steveting99 » Mon May 20, 2019 4:55 am

Max,

Charging of the battery.

Since there's going to be two different types of chargers supplied - one for the 36V and another for the 48V batteries, the charging plug on both chargers appear to be the same. I.e. one can easily make the mistake of plugging in the 48V charger into the 36V battery. This can happen if a backer ordered an additional 48V battery to the standard 36V that came with the Nireeka.

If the 48V charger is plugged into the 36V battery, this could lead to a dangerous situation where the voltage output of the 48V charger would damage the 36V battery. There are potential fire and explosion risks associated with this.

If the plugs cannot be changed or altered to prevent this from happening, at least a warning notice needs to be included in the manual as well as stickers on the batteries/chargers.

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Re: User Manual

Post by Max Shojaie » Mon May 20, 2019 8:50 am

steveting99 wrote:
Mon May 20, 2019 4:55 am
Max,

Charging of the battery.

Since there's going to be two different types of chargers supplied - one for the 36V and another for the 48V batteries, the charging plug on both chargers appear to be the same. I.e. one can easily make the mistake of plugging in the 48V charger into the 36V battery. This can happen if a backer ordered an additional 48V battery to the standard 36V that came with the Nireeka.

If the 48V charger is plugged into the 36V battery, this could lead to a dangerous situation where the voltage output of the 48V charger would damage the 36V battery. There are potential fire and explosion risks associated with this.

If the plugs cannot be changed or altered to prevent this from happening, at least a warning notice needs to be included in the manual as well as stickers on the batteries/chargers.
Good point. Thanks

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