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  1. Swagway Teardown, Swagway Teardown: paso 1, imagen 1 de 2 Swagway Teardown, Swagway Teardown: paso 1, imagen 2 de 2
    • Just how much "swag" does this Swagway pack? The specs are a good place to start looking:

    • Hard ABS outer body casing

    • Aluminum wheels with rubber tires

    • 10 MPH top speed

    • 23" x 7.3" x 7.3"

    • "Top Quality Brand" lithium battery

  2. Swagway Teardown: paso 2, imagen 1 de 2 Swagway Teardown: paso 2, imagen 2 de 2
    • We found some super reassuring warning labels.

    • "Risk of Death or Serious Injury"? Yep, nothing to worry about here.

    • Looks like someone flunked out of a certification. There’s a suspicious hole in that line of approvals…

    Ha. Love the sense of humor! Repairs can be fun!

    Monte87 - Contestar

  3. Swagway Teardown: paso 3, imagen 1 de 3 Swagway Teardown: paso 3, imagen 2 de 3 Swagway Teardown: paso 3, imagen 3 de 3
    • Phillips #2 screws secure the two bottom covers, so it's not long before we're well within the belly of the beast.

    • Things look… not bad! Given these boards' reputation, we weren't expecting clean insides.

    • Each foot pad has two infrared sensors. Stepping down on the pad pushes a peg between emitter and receiver; when all four sensors are blocked, you are ready to roll.

    • Those sensor switches live on the backs of the two gyro boards—one for each wheel. Each board is home to:

    • Invensense MPU6050 6-axis gyroscope+accelerometer

    • GigaDevice GD32F130 ARM Cortex-M3 32-bit microcontroller

    • Changjiang Electronics Technology Co., LTD (JCET) CJ78M05 0.5 A / 5 V voltage regulator

  4. Swagway Teardown: paso 4, imagen 1 de 3 Swagway Teardown: paso 4, imagen 2 de 3 Swagway Teardown: paso 4, imagen 3 de 3
    • The real star of the show here is the firestarter lithium ion battery pack.

    • Looks like we’ve got a “Shilly-car” lithium battery operating at 36 V with 4.4 Ah (that works out to 158 Wh—just over four times the capacity of an iPad Pro).

    • We’re pretty sure shilly car is a Chinese term for scooter.

    • Inside, we find a tidy block of 20 LG ICR18650B4 batteries with their own protection board. We’re glad to see a reputable brand in here!

    • Their nominal voltage is much higher than the 158 Wh listed on the shrinkwrap. Li-ion batteries shouldn't be fully discharged, so the battery protection board probably limits the pack to the label's specs.

  5. Swagway Teardown: paso 5, imagen 1 de 2 Swagway Teardown: paso 5, imagen 2 de 2
    • Speaking of the protection board: this is a Shenzen Dalishen Technology DDJ10A9.

    • The board in their product photo got a much better soldering job than ours.

    • The four large components are MOSFETs (by GuangDong Mosfet Semiconductor Co., Ltd.) responsible for charging and discharging, and have pretty skimpy solder joints.

    • So far this is the only sketchiness we’ve seen, although it is a bit concerning. These particular solder joints are going to see a lot of power as the battery is charging and discharging.

  6. Swagway Teardown: paso 6, imagen 1 de 2 Swagway Teardown: paso 6, imagen 2 de 2
    • The motor power lines have some interesting (read: completely mismatched) color coordination going on—fixers take note.

    • They could also do with some more support and insulation (hot glue) on the solder joints.

    • Here's what we found on a quick tour of the main board:

    • GigaDevice GD32F103 ARM Cortex-M3

    • Six half-H bridge motor drivers, made up of two large MOSFETs each

    • Changjiang Electronics Technology Co., LTD CJ78M05 0.5A/5V voltage regulator

    • Two pairs of 0.007 ohm resistors by the power inlet (R007).

    • Resistors like these, with very low resistance, are used to sense current—helping to shut things down if a motor stalls out.

    The motor wires might be mismatched from the ESC wires. But they are still in the same orientation. Just moved one over. So if the motor wires are connected to the same colors on the ESC the motor would still turn the right way

    casperunnerup - Contestar

  7. Swagway Teardown: paso 7, imagen 1 de 2 Swagway Teardown: paso 7, imagen 2 de 2
    • Saving the best for last(ish), we cracked open one of the mysteriously heavy wheels to get a look at the brushless DC motor.

    • Inside we find oodles of coiled copper wire, three large power leads (one for each of the three phases) and five leads for Hall effect sensors (for position tracking).

    • The motor control board will let the motor know when to switch across those wires, making for a nice smooth ride.

    What is a name of those hall sensors? I found H145 7UAG but can’t find proper element. (can’t find any discrette element by googling this name from hall sensor package)

    Dawid - Contestar

  8. Swagway Teardown: paso 8, imagen 1 de 3 Swagway Teardown: paso 8, imagen 2 de 3 Swagway Teardown: paso 8, imagen 3 de 3
    • Real quick though, let's take a peek at the UL-certified charger. After all, house fires from charging hoverboards have been reported...

    • To be honest, it looks pretty messy, but we don't like to judge a charger by its... random epoxy? So we consulted charger guru Ken Shiriff of, who said:

    • "Looks like a straightforward flyback switching power supply. I don’t see any cause for complaints...The charger looks solid. I don’t see any corners cut. The design is ‘unchallenging’—they didn’t try to make it as small as possible; Apple probably would have made it half the size."

    • So hey, as long as you have a real Swagway, with a real UL-certified charger, you should be fine? Probably.

    • Board-wise, we note:

    • A Leadtrend LD7575 green-mode PWM controller

    • Jaw-like etches that are PCB spark gaps, which protect circuitry from voltage surges

  9. Consideraciones Finales
    • Modular design with good use of connectors means many components can be easily replaced.
    • Only Phillips #2 screws are used—nothing proprietary.
    • The battery is easy to replace.
    • Inconsistent wire colors makes reassembly tricky.
    • We couldn't get the tire off—replacing a worn-out tire will probably mean a new wheel and hub motor.
    Calificación de Reparabilidad
    Reparabilidad 8 de 10
    (10 es lo más fácil de reparar)

10 comentarios

These Motors are AC brushless induction motors, not standard DC Motors.

allanxp4 - Contestar

I fixed my broken hover board but I'm looking for one of the 4pin hole for the charging cord that goes inside.

Joseph - Contestar

Anyone know where the serial number is? Trying to ID the manufacturer of my board--having trouble. Wanna make sure it's not under recall. Thanks! I should add that I'm 99 percent sure it's a SwagWay board.

Lance G. - Contestar

Thank you for learn

My problem is I fix my swag way and I changed the sensor then it's start putting own Weel drive forword and ether own drove back side

I hope slovenly this problem with you

Thank you again

Saleh alwaghzah - Contestar

Does anyone have a scheme or a photo for the assembly of the whole device? I've got the electronics disassembled and am not sure if the parts are complete.

Sacha Hofer - Contestar

Sorry, I was too lazy to google on my self.. Found a set of videos here:

Sacha Hofer -

Does anyone know what is the type of hall sensor inside stator? I found H145 7UAG symbol on them but can’t google ANYTHING connected with hall sensors with those numbers…

Dawid - Contestar

i found this circuit diagram which is very similar to most of the single board swagtron controller.

cheers to the guy who spent a weekend doing this ….

jeffrey morrison - Contestar

Can someone help me please my have a board doesn’t turn on anymore one time he just turned off and it never turned back on I already tried charging it didn’t work

AppleTopic - Contestar

Do you know where I can get a wheel hub motor that is 24 volt. 200w to fix my hoverboard with?Not this hoverboard another hover board made by veeko I can't find anyone selling a 24 volt will motor anywhere in the 6 and 1/2 in

Candi Flynn - Contestar

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