Go for a ride with Neutrino
See what Neutrino can do in a day.
The sun hasn’t risen yet, but it’s time to head out. It’s cold and dark, but your heated gloves and jacket came on and you’re feeling the warmth. Your LED driving lights came on too. All automatically. Your phone says it’s 38 degrees out, but you’re warm. Now that the bike is moving your GoPro automatically started recording this epic voyage. Voltage shows at 13.72 and the amperage draw is within acceptable range. Going to be a great ride.
You’ve been climbing and the road has been getting more and more interesting. Lots of curves, lots of elevation change…challenging stuff. You’re getting close to the crest of the Sierra at 10,000 feet and are experiencing adiabatic cooling in action as the temps have dropped back down to the low 40s. But you're not cold. Your gloves and vest gradually increased their temps as it got cooler. It’s almost hard to believe that it’s really 42 outside. You park at the pass and your GoPro automatically stops recording. After all, who wants 10 minutes of nothing video?
The sun is getting lower in the horizon and it’s starting to cool off. Heated gear is on low and your LED lights came back on. You’re getting ready for a nice dinner and a good sleep under the stars.
You’ve made your way out of the city madness and the foothills are in front of you. It’s light now, so your LED lights have automatically dropped back to 20% for daytime conspicuity. Temps have warmed up to the high 50s and your gloves and jacket have been gradually reducing the heat, automatically. You need to flash an oncoming car and when you do your LEDs go to 100% and then drop back to 20%. Your bike is running well and your phone is telling you that you are indeed headed east and you’ve just reached 4,900 feet in elevation. Life is good.
You’re blasting across the middle of Nevada. It’s warmed up to the mid-70s and all your heated gear shut itself down. You check the elevation, heading, and battery voltage. All is good. Your phone and iPad are both charging. You take a call from a friend and return to listening music through your Bluetooth headset, all the while letting Neutrino ensure that all is good on the electrical front.
You reached your campsite, set up camp, had dinner, and are about to hit the sack. You used your bike’s battery to power the camp light and the iPad. You’re reading in the tent relaxed with the knowledge that your Neutrino will automatically stop charging the iPad and will turn off the camp light when battery drops to 12.75 volts. No worries about not being able to start the bike in the morning. It’s been a great day.