Big thanks to Marcin,
Here is a really good video tutorial showing you how to change settings in the BLDC tool to configure the VESC for optimal input control using PPM, which is used by the common RC controller GT-2B.
Basically it’s fine tuning the input data recieved from the TX. Another example of why the VESC is superior.
The video also shows how to adjust brake & regen. This is important because too much brake force from the motor can exceed the torque load rating of the 9mm wide, 5mm pitch HTD drive belts that most of us use on our eboards.
Too much brake force basically means the belt will skip teeth and eventually shred itself (because the force of forward momentum is greater than the force the belt can apply onto each pulley tooth to counter the momentum). So basically these settings can improve belt life and also give you a customized braking experience… please note that your body weight should be factored into the adjustment you make. The more you weigh the bigger the load that needs to be stopped. Lighter riders can have harder (higher) brake force because their load is easier to stop.
Also note dual motors (with dual belts) have 2x the potential brake force. Because you have double, it means you have better brakes. Both belts combined can handle twice the torque load of a single belt…
So dual drive eboards can have higher regen numbers then what is showed in the video.
Note: if using the space cell that has a 30A fuse installed - your regen set to high could blow the fuse! So try setting it around -40 this offers good strong brake force and safe regen currents.
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