So I have tried to read about ERPM limits and understand it, but don’t really fully understand it. This is what I know, my vesc (torqueboards vesc 4.12 hardware 3.63 firmware) supports upto 60k erpm. My max rpm of my motor (torqueboards 6374 190KV) with my setup is 4,628rpm and I saw that erpm = (rpm*motor poles) can someone tell me does motor poles mean the physical number of coils, or something else?? Then my real question comes from the vesc tool setup, I want to protect my vesc and not destroy it and have learned erpm comes into a major play when mainting your vesc. The default ERPM Max value = 100k on vesc tool, so I changed it to 60k, will that stop my board from contining to speed up when it reaches that limit?? And is there anything other settings I should change to help not ruin my vesc, thanks!
Oh and if its helpful I am running a custom built 8s3p 18650 battery pack.
And on a side note I have seem some mixed reviews on people using torque boards vescs on foc, so does anyone have experience with using those vescs on foc and if I should?