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Manual Changer, allows the user to instantly switch between gear box drive and bull gear drive. It can operate the gearbox and the motor simultaneously for the applications that need more torque than the motor can provide. It allows the users to have less interference between the motor and gearbox, thereby creating a smoother drive.
Power is magnetic field. Torque is speed. Torque is a product of current times field (which also includes power). Force is the product of power and the product of distance which includes speed, and is what propels the motor. Power is applied as a slip and reaction on the motor. As power increases, the motor would require less torque to maintain speed. Torque is defined as the product of current multiplied by velocity. As current decreases, torque decreases. A set power at a set speed also forces the motor to maintain the same speed, again a torque problem. The point being, Torq is a measure of actual torque, not a measure of actual power (or actual force) because Torq also decreases as current decreases. Set current at a set speed will provide all the torque needed to maintain a set speed, but will have less power than if set at a lower current.
I have just bought a bafang 500w mid drive motor with an 850c controller. I intended to use this on a touring bike. The main aim is to be able to carry a lot of work gear etc. So speed is not my priority. Range and torque are more important. I understand that the current will be set at 18 amps. So if I dial down the current to say 15 amps will I increase range but maintain torque.
I have just bought a bafang 500w mid drive motor with an 850c controller. I intended to use this on a touring bike. The main aim is to be able to carry a lot of work gear etc. So speed is not my priority. Range and torque are more important. I understand that the current will be set at 18 amps. So if I dial down the current to say 15 amps will I increase range but maintain torque
I have just bought a bafang 500w mid drive motor with an 850c controller. I intended to use this on a touring bike. The main aim is to be able to carry a lot of work gear etc. So speed is not my priority. Range and torque are more important.
I will be happy to assist you, do you mean you are testing the torque sensors or just attempting to run the bike with PAS on. Because to run a bike with PAS on you must either shift or throttle the bike.
Giel it is very odd that the controller recognizes a difference in power demand between – reduce and – increase torque or even in RPM of the motor. This means there is something wrong with the sensors. I am currently not able to reproduce it as I don’t have a bike with a 48v battery. Let’s say I set torque to a very low level and reduce power to almost zero, and then set power back up to full and increase torque to the same level as before. It never goes above the level of reduction as if the levels are fixed and unchangeable. So I can’t test it as I don’t have a bike in 48v
Giel, I believe the torque sensors are designed to give you more precise information about the state of the motor, but once the level is set all future attempts to change the level will be overridden. To prove this, I can set the Torq level to 5 and the Torq level will stay on 5 for all future attempts to change the level. The direction of the motor in a PAS system is controlled with the Resistance position of the Gear.nu system. When the position is in the bottom section, the motor is actuated to reduce resistance ( torque – torque).