buba wrote: ↑
Aug 14 2019 11:10am
Here is a generic example:
1. The target current is set to targetCurrent
limit is set to minTemperature
limit is set to maxTemperature
The delta current, i.e. the difference between the lowest current and the targetCurrent, is targetCurrent - 0 = targetCurrent. The delta temperature, i.e. the difference between the lowest and highest temperature, is maxTemperature - minTemperature.
This means that for every step above minTemperature, the targetCurrent will be limited by targetCurrent / (maxTemperature - minTemperature).
As with many things you do not need to calculate anything. Just set the limits you feel are safe and should work, try it out and change if something is not working to your satisfaction.
Wow! Thats a really detailed execution, thanks. Now i understand this simple and grandiose logic. I thought too complicated.
To your final words: yes as enduser i like things easy and dont want too calculate many things. But i need always a basic understanding which effect has a option. Otherwise i dont know which setting I want to configure
Meanwhile i have try it with min=50 and max=90. And yes the motor dont stop after around 100m uphill
. But i dont feel a slightly decrease in the performance. It was more in significant steps, like:
The first 2 Minutes 100 % power (=500W), 1 minutes after 80 %, 1 minutes after 50 %, 1 minutes after 20 % but this stable. Always in hard steps.
But please dont care about that, i use the 0.19 port from marcoq and this is only subjectively. Because of the limitation on the vlcd5 i cant see how high is the temperature and the power. At the moment it's okay for me and i want to change someday to the sw102, but i need offroad mode because in my country it's okay when i drive with 270km/h with my car on the highway, but its illegal to drive more than 25kmh or 250W with a ebike..