True, you could manage with less power. For the same power it would need to be bigger, though.Whiplash wrote:Driving through the gears would make you actually need LESS power?
umejopa wrote:It seems to be a good drive.
Have any one ask for price of a crankmotor ?
Need some welding to the frame but a steel frame that not so hard.
Miles wrote:True, you could manage with less power. For the same power it would need to be bigger, though.Whiplash wrote:Driving through the gears would make you actually need LESS power?
* No-Load Speed 155Rpm
* No-Load Current 0.8A
* Hall Sensor Yes
* Efficiency 78%
* Normal Voltage 36V
* Phase Angle 120°
* Power 180Watts
* Rated Current 6.4A
* Rated Speed 135Rpm
* Rated Torque 12.7N.m
* Weight 3Kg
Well, as we said, if output speed is constrained to a reasonable cadence, size and weight will be directly proportional to power required, for a given design (internal reduction ratio etc.).Whiplash wrote:I just don't get the idea that you need to make a unit only handle stupid low power like that.......
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4. Model: BFLEM36-001
5. Rated Voltage: DC 36V
6. Rated Power: 150-250W
7. Rated Efficiency: 80%
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It is a 350-400W very strong bottom brackets engine (Bofeili) and can be operated with both 36 and 48V.
The controller is a 15A.
Thereby is 28 mph loosely possible (with 36V) and 17% hill very easy to drive .
..and you can read and see the building process in german pedelec-forum (http://www.pedelecforum.de/forum/showth ... -Selbstbau).
You can check it with the rated torque figure.... If anything, they've inflated the power....Hillhater wrote:Probably just another case of quoting figures to suit the European laws !
Whiplash wrote:Yes, but couldn't these companies that have the resources just build a unit with some headroom?
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