I’m not talking about limiting current so the acelleration is less but the ramping of the acceleration over a time period, maybe a second or two so the rider can brace for it.
I’m running a 5500W board and it can be jerky if I’m not careful. I’m building a 6200W hill climber and I’d love to ramp the acelleration / beaking on the Vesc. It’s would be nice to limit sharp changes in acceleration to suit the rider and make a safer board more ridable board. Maybe like this:
When you pin it forward the acceleration or currently will increase over a short time period.
When you reduce the throttle or release the throttle, acceleration will ramp down to a coast over a short time period.
When you brake it would ramp to the negative acelleration. You may want this to have a shorter ramp for braking responsiveness but to still be ridable.
When you release brakes, it would release over a time period vs that jerky feeling when you let go from braking.
What do you guys think?