Electric Bumper Car without Floor
|Battery:||48V/20A, Lead acid battery|
|Use time:||6-8h (be full charged)|
|With Remote Control, Smart safety belt,LED light, Sound|
The bumper car is a kind of mobile game facility. Equipment includes bumper car vehicles and a leveled field. Bumper cars are divided into skynet bumper cars: there is an electrified grid on the ceiling; ground grid bumper cars: electrified through the floor; battery bumper cars: bumper cars have built-in batteries, and can run when fully charged. Professional playground bumper cars are made of glass fiber reinforced plastics. There are usually at most two people in the car, and there are playground pedals for acceleration and a steering wheel for steering.
The power supply of the bumper car is also called the ground grid power supply: a power supply network composed of strip conductors, which is arranged on a large enough insulating board with several conductive strips. The polarity of the adjacent conductive strips is opposite, and each conductive strip The bars are each connected to the same-named terminal of the power supply in a suitable manner. When an object moves freely in the power supply network, it can absorb electrical energy or electrical signals from the power supply network through a sliding contact group. This block-shaped power supply network can be directly applied to power the bumper cars in the amusement park. In the bumper car venue using this power supply method, the ground does not need to be covered with steel plates, and ordinary ground can be directly used. The rules of the bumper car game are: the driver strives to complete the circle in the field as quickly as possible, and can run rampant on the way to knock the opponent's car away. When the time is up, the operator turns off the power when the game is over. The speed of bumper cars is usually very slow, and even a collision will not harm people or cars. The earliest bumper cars appeared in the 1910s.