The G30P was the next-generation scooter released after the Ninebot ES4.
It is much more durable and features a higher capacity single battery, as well as air tires and ac/dc charging support.
The main page for guides relating to this model is at Ninebot Max Stuff.
The "P" is often dropped from this version as it is the standard configuration with no additional safety restrictions or features.
Original specs via Segway.
|Dimensions||Unfolded: ~45.9 x 18.6 x 47.4 in (1167 x 423 x 1203 mm)|
Folded: ~45.9 x 18.6 x 21.0 in (1167 x 423 x 534 mm)
|Net Weight||Approx. 41.2 lbs (18.7 kg)|
|Rider Weight||66.1-220.5 lbs (30.0-100.0 kg)|
|Max Speed||Approx. 18.6 mph (30 km/h)|
|Advertised Range||Approx. 40.5 miles (60 km)|
|Max Slope||Approx. 20%|
|Traversable Terrain||Asphalt/flat pavement; obstacles ≺ 0.4 in (1 cm); gaps ≺ 1.2 in (3 cm)|
|Operating Temperature||14–104°F (-10–40°C)|
|Charge Time||Approx. 6h|
|Battery Voltage||36 VDC|
|Charging Voltage||42 VDC|
|Charging Temperature||32–104°F (0–40°C)|
|Battery Capacity||15300 mAh / 551 Wh|
|Motor Power||350W (Max 750W)|
|Internal Charger Power||121W|
|Tires||Tubeless tire, Material: Natural carbon-black synthetic rubber, 60/70-6.5. Straight nozzle|
Custom Firmware (CFW) Support
ScooterHacking.org currently has support for the first gen ESC of this model in their CFW Generator available at max.cfw.sh.
For more info and help identifying which ESC you might have visit Ninebot Max ESC Generations.
Once Converted using the guides above, CFW can be generated and flashed using the guides below:
CFW usually refers to custom firmware for the ESC, though there are some CFW versions for BLE and BMS.
ScooterHacking also supports this model with their SHFW.