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Unread 01-11-2019, 11:25 PM   #1
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Default Anyone have optimum Torque settings for A DS/Alltrax SR 500amp?

Iíve been playing with the tool box, but still feel I donít have the setting just right for my needs. Alltrax 500, AMD Beast Motor. I set it to the torque curve, and moved the curve line linear with the speed line. I just donít see much difference between the standard speed curve and the custom torque curve Iíve set.

For this time of year I just want the absolute most torque possible. I can take a screen shot of how itís set now. Just looking for some suggestions as I honestly donít completely understand the differences the curves make.

It does fine, just need to know exactly what Iím setting it at, and how to further tweek once I understand it
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Unread 01-12-2019, 08:12 AM   #2
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Default Re: Anyone have optimum Torque settings for A DS/Alltrax SR 500amp?

You describe a curve with a slower (reduced) torque development than default.
Electric motors develop their maximum torque quickly when they start turning.
Most specs say max torque is 0 rpms. What they mean is the motor produces less torque the faster it spins.
You can set a very steep torque line for max torque through out the use like the sample shown below.
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You describe a curve with a slower (reduced) torque development than default.
Electric motors develop their maximum torque quickly when they start turning.
Most specs say max torque is 0 rpms. What they mean is the motor produces less torque the faster it spins.
You can set a very steep torque line for max torque through out the use like the sample shown below.
Thats interesting, I would have thought you would use the torque setting and tweak the numbers on that, good info.
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Unread 01-16-2019, 01:45 PM   #4
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Default Re: Anyone have optimum Torque settings for A DS/Alltrax SR 500amp?

The table data shown is for the Speed curve (red line), the torque curve (blue line) data is not displayed but you can look at the graph for estimation.
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The table data shown is for the Speed curve (red line), the torque curve (blue line) data is not displayed but you can look at the graph for estimation.
copy that, was wondering what the data showed for torque / how many points are set.
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