I analyzed a random frame from a random VESC logging video from youtube (

https://youtu.be/R8FO4BkfFZ4 ), and looked at these numbers described by the formula:

motor amps x (duty cycle / 100) = battery amps

In the Enertion-produced video, the numbers vary from this formula by a wide margin (10.36 Amps).

In this random video, the variation is much smaller (0.04 Amps) -- smaller even than the difference in the Benjamin Vedder video.

Random VESC Logging Video #1:

https://youtu.be/R8FO4BkfFZ4
Benjamin Vedder produced video:

https://youtu.be/nGb-zt2Jp9k
Enertion produced video:

https://youtu.be/Pfu2BoXPB7Q
I analyzed another random frame from a random VESC logging video from youtube (

https://youtu.be/bxSrCjUnLUc ), and looked at these numbers described by the formula:

motor amps x (duty cycle / 100) = battery amps

In the Enertion-produced video, the numbers vary from this formula by a wide margin (10.36 Amps).

In this random video, the variation is much smaller (0.07 Amps) -- smaller even than the difference in the Benjamin Vedder video.

Random VESC Logging Video #2:

https://youtu.be/bxSrCjUnLUc
Benjamin Vedder produced video:

https://youtu.be/nGb-zt2Jp9k
Enertion produced video:

https://youtu.be/Pfu2BoXPB7Q
I analyzed another random frame from a random VESC logging video from youtube (

https://youtu.be/eaLUqa4avyA ), and looked at these numbers described by the formula:

motor amps x (duty cycle / 100) = battery amps

In the Enertion-produced video, the numbers vary from this formula by a wide margin (10.36 Amps).

In this random video, the variation is much smaller (0.01 Amps) -- smaller even than the difference in the Benjamin Vedder video.

Random VESC Logging Video #3:

https://youtu.be/eaLUqa4avyA
Benjamin Vedder produced video:

https://youtu.be/nGb-zt2Jp9k
Enertion produced video:

https://youtu.be/Pfu2BoXPB7Q
I analyzed another random frame from a random VESC logging video from youtube (

https://youtu.be/VYFn2Pcjlng ), and looked at these numbers described by the formula:

motor amps x (duty cycle / 100) = battery amps

In the Enertion-produced video, the numbers vary from this formula by a wide margin (10.36 Amps).

In this random video, the variation is much smaller (0.01 Amps) -- smaller even than the difference in the Benjamin Vedder video.

Random VESC Logging Video #4:

https://youtu.be/VYFn2Pcjlng
Benjamin Vedder produced video:

https://youtu.be/nGb-zt2Jp9k
Enertion produced video:

https://youtu.be/Pfu2BoXPB7Q
I analyzed another random frame from a random VESC logging video from youtube (

https://youtu.be/gPOxwxR8cfk ), and looked at these numbers described by the formula:

motor amps x (duty cycle / 100) = battery amps

In the Enertion-produced video, the numbers vary from this formula by a wide margin (10.36 Amps).

In this random video, the variation is much smaller (0.01 Amps) -- smaller even than the difference in the Benjamin Vedder video.

Random VESC Logging Video #5:

https://youtu.be/gPOxwxR8cfk
Benjamin Vedder produced video:

https://youtu.be/nGb-zt2Jp9k
Enertion produced video:

https://youtu.be/Pfu2BoXPB7Q