That's correct.dionne wrote: ↑Sat Apr 27, 2019 3:41 pmMax, so the bikes that still have to be assembled will have these issues addressed? For example, the new chainring will be installed, the frame protector will be installed and the revised ecu/ controller on the bike before it ships to us? Please confirm. thanks
How much faster is the torque sensor compared to the cadence sensor again? There's a noticeable delay with the cadence sensor as one has to complete a partial pedal before the motor kicks in. The torque sensor should respond in micro seconds. Will the response feel natural as pedaling with one's own legs?
How many assist levels will there be for the torque sensor? Will it be five as per the cadence sensor? Will each assist level be adjustable by the user? At each assist level, what is the percentage of additional torque applied by motor that's proportional to the pedal?
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Would you consider a motor cut-off when either / both brake levers are activated as a safety feature on the Nireeka?
This can be implemented in either the old or new motor controller.
Edit: Will the connectors be water proof? What is the IP rating of the connectors?
Max,Max Shojaie wrote: ↑Sat Apr 27, 2019 11:34 am...
You can see the cadence sensor installed on your bike. The torque sensor wiring is exactly the same.
It's a little faster. You can only recognize if you experienced both. With the torque sensor, the percentage is a variable of the force applied to the pedal.
Please re-consider having the torque sensor installed on one side only - left side in this instance where the cadence sensor is. This will give only a portion of the true torque as the other pedal has not been taken into account as there no torque sensor there.
Having a torque sensor to sense both pedals will give a more complete picture of the true torque applied by the rider. The multiplier of the true torque is what the motor controller should be doing and not guessing based on only a portion of the torque. The sensor pick-up would also be faster responding which helps in fine tuning the response of the overall system so that it's much more natural.