Is there some plug and play solution to get some analogue braking response for dynamic regen braking?
I suspect one could just pick up the pressure in the brake lines via a pressure transducer.
I have not ridden a bike with strong regen, it's still in bits on my living room floor.
That electric scooter came from the factory without regen braking. I'm changing the powertrain right now.
I just assume it wouldn't feel very nice if I just hooked on/off-braking tot he brake light sensor. Could feel a bit odd if it slammed in regen braking as soon as you touched the brakes.
But I basically lack the driving experience. Perhaps that is just a solid option together with regen when going off the throttle.
What do you guys think? Should I even bother? Rely on throttle braking entirely?
And where can I buy one? [EU]
The other consideration is, a pressure transducer would only pick up braking action once the brake pads clamp. A magnetic HAL sensor on the brake leaver would pick up braking action before the brakes actually grip.
Do proper motorbike quality hydraulic brake handles exist with HAL sensors? I have only seen some dodgy retrofit ones or some for bicycles.
Cheers and thanks